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Special aud Local.
Land for Sale.
Piano for Sale.
Fish on Saturday.
Special-Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma
Special -New Goods at McFall & Pool's.
Dissolution of Partnership-Dickert &
New Goods-Thos. Cook.
Dissolution of Partnersip-W a Ike r &
Marble Yard-L. BE. Speers.
No more credit--A. M. Wicker.
HAY.-Now's the time to cut hay for win
ter use. It is better than Northern hay.
RELIGIOUS.-On the 28th of this month,
the rite of Confirmation will be administered
in the Episcopal Church, by Bishop Howe.
CONcERT.-If you want to hear some good
music, attend Prof. Schmitt and daughter's
Concert, Tuesday night, the 16th, at the
The friends of Mr. C. F. Jackson, Dry
Goods merchant of Columbia, will be pleas
ed to know that he is already in receipt of
fall goods. it.
Tu DEBATING CLUB.-Business prevent
ed.our atten'dance at the debate on Monday
4niit, but'we learn with satisfaction, that
the young men acquitted themselves with
MARBLz YARD.-Attention is called to the
card of Mr. Leland Speers, who is prepared
to execute in finished style any work entrust
ed 't him. The many specimens to be seen
in his yard are worthy of inspection.
Caht.s.-The late sudden changes of
*wathiiiave produced a large amount of
chills and fevers, but we are pleased to say
that they generally yield to the bkillful treat
ment of our physicians.
BAcx ALREADY.-Mr. Thos. Cook has al
ready returned from the North, and is in re
ceipt of new goods for the fall trade, which
he will be pleased to exhibit to the buying
Tiust Bras.-What has become of the
supposed. English sparrows? Have they
taken wings to a more congenial clime, or
has some naughty little boy of town caused
them to go where the "woodbine twineth'?"
Txa Sox& IA GooD T's, are now pleas
antly fixed up in their new and commodious
hall. The ante-rooms just completed, these
two orders will be able to transact their im
portant duties with much satisfaction. -
"Where did you get that neat and excel
lat contrivance ?" asks one lady of another.
"At the store of Kingsland & Heath !" is the
reply. "Why, bless me,I must have one by
laR means,"ls the next thingisaid, aud it is
but natural, it.
:A NEW WonE.-We are pleased to men
tion that our young friend, Mr. Oscar M.
Enshardt, is at present canvassing the town
and County for the sale of a valuable and in
teresting work, entitled the "Religious De
nominations of the World." We commend
him to our readers.
GuEAT CHAG.-On Saturday last at 21
o'clock, the thermometer stood at 90, and on
Sunday afternoon, just 21 hours later, it
marked 60, making a difference of 30 deg.
At this rate it is not unreasonable to look
out for an early frost, It is said that at 440
temperature, we have frost in this latitude.
Hu.at'T.-It is with pleasure, that we
chron!cle the flattering fact, that the muni
eipal athorities are having Culhoun Street
*cleansed-of'its large turfts of grass, besides
having the street widened. A step in the
right direction. Can't they do likewise with
other streets ?
SoMsTnuNG NEw--The long vacant store
be tween the Baltimore Corner and Dr. B. S.
Whaley's of".ce, has been rented by Mr.
aas, of Charleston, and is beingrapidly
filled with a fine Stock of Groceries and other
goods. Mr. Horton Marshall, just returned.
froin Greenville, is engaged as chief sales
RIosHIoxT CEMETERTY.--We note with un
feigned delight, that the Cemetery is being
laid off into squares, walks, &c. In a few
days the trustees will have everything ready
for giving titles to lots. By the judicious
planting of a few hundred trees, it will be
come the crowning ornamecnt of Newberry,
and a delight to all the peopie.
OCrriTAny-We arc pained to chronicle the
death of Mrs Mary Y., wife of Dr. J. P. John
son,, f this county, who died at her sister's
re-,idence in Lanrens County, on 4th inst., of
Coneest1Oin of the stomach. ~She leaves
a husband, 'two sweet li..tle children, and a
great many relatives and 'friends to mourn
her loss. Blessed are they who died in the
.A Fin Is?IUKET.-We had the pleas
ure on Monday of hearing Mr. C. G. Jaeger
manipulate on the magnificent Piano in pos
session of Mr. Shackelford, and which is on
exhibition at E. C. Shiver's store, up stairs.
It is handsome in finish, and the performance
of Mr. J, proved its capacity and superior
excellence beyond any doubt. See card else
INTESTING.--The Co o1 ua m b i a Phmnix
it is understood that arrangements have
been perfected so as to enable shippers by the
Greenville and Columbia and South Carolina
Railroads to receive their freight speedily.
All freight leaving Charleston at night will
reach Cokesbury, the lay-over station, in
twenty-four hours thereafter.
The Wheeler & WiLson Sewing Machine
bears off the palm of distinguished merit
over all competing rivals. At the Vienna
Exposition, after five months trial, the jury
have awarded it the Gold Medal of Honor, as
being the best Sewir.g Machine made.
Leonard H. Redus, agent for Newberry, at
the store of Mrs. D. Mower.
.W. D. Riser, travelling salesman, if.
A very neat business card presented by Mr.
.1. S. Ring, late of Newberry, shows that he
is now engaged with the famous Fredericks
burg Dry Goods Store of V. Richards & Bros.,
Augusta, Ga., and accompanying the card is
a Catalogue or Price List of every article
kept in the store, embracing every variety of
goods known to the public, and many per
haps entirely unknown. It is very 'eurons,'
indeed, to see how many articles the human
fr.il nd mi eeciallY the ladies, have oces
COTTON 'nor.-On the authority of Capt.
E. S. Keitt, it is ated. that the cotton crop of
this County will be 25 per cent. short of hvst
year, the boll worm having made its ap
It is reported that rust is doing great dam-.
age, especially on low ground. The late ex
treme heat besides caused much of the Aug
ust crop to shed. The prospect is bad.
Now RECEIVING AND OPENING
Our Fall Stock of Ladies Dre?s Goods, Trim
mings, etc., together with gentlemen's piece
goods, and a general stock to suit the trade.
These goods have been selected with our
usual care, and consist of every article to be
found in a dry goods store, and will be sold
at lowest prices. Our friends and customers
are invited to make an inspection from this
day, and we are satisfied that we can give
them satisfaction, not only in quality, style
and variety, but in that very important de
sideratum to all buyers-PPICES.
tf McFALL & POOL.
"Ox DIT."-This trite French phrase is
horribly abused by certain curiously disposed
individuals. What is the innate principle
that prompts both males and females to use
this expression so profusely to the injury and
confusion of so many innocent persons? rs
it that puny jealousy so characteristic of
those who are ill-natured? Or is it the
natural malicious disposition of some to
cause others vexation, because they them
selves can't be quiet unless doing evil? We
bear often of reports started, (which are en
tirely false), which are told by the concoc
tors, as having been told them. It is "on
dit," when really the relators are the "on
dit" themselves. Do remember, "do unto
others as you would have them do unto
you." and cease retailing real falseboods
under the license of "on dit."
DEAT1.-It is our melancholy duty to re
cord the following deaths this week :
On Monday week last, an aged citizen of
Helena, Mr. Robt. Scruggs, aged 60, died of
On Sunday morning a little daughter of
Gen. W. H. Hunt, about 8 years old, died of
congestive chill. She was a sweet and amia
ble child, and at a remarkably early period
of her brief life gave beautiful and child-like
evidence of love for the Saviour.
At Maybinton, a child of Mr. Ben Maybin,
is reported as having died, of congestion.
We also learn of the death of Mrs. Lucy
Kenner, aged 87, at Maybinton. This lady
was the grandmother of '1 hos. Moorman,
Esq., of this town.
At Jalapa, Miss Elizabeth Gaty. She had
long been afflicted with cancer.
Thos. Kennerly, a lad about 15 years of age,
on last Friday week, rode at a tournament,
on Saturday took a congestive chill, and on
A GAxD OccAsiox.-We are informed
that on Friday, the 3rd of October, there will
be given at Pomaria, an elegant pic-nic, bar
becue or festival, in a manner and style
which will prove acceptable to the ladies and
gentlemen of Newberry County. It is to be
no small or inflifferent affair, limited in sup
plies or deficient in general arrangement, but
well arranged it every particular, and pro
ided with every delicacy of the season, in
luding ice cream and instrumental music,
together with addressess by distinguished
gentlemen. Of course all this good and
pleasant entertainment will not be furnished
gratis, but the dinner is to be paid for, in
rder to raise a fund for some landable pur
pose, and which we are as yet ignorant of.
We advise our young male friends to save a
little change and select partners before hand,
for one of the nicest gatherings of the sea
son, it being understood that the middle
aged gentlemen need no such advice.
Since the above was written, an advertise
ment has been furnished,showing that in ad
dition to the feast, nic-nacs, music, etc., there
will be a grnnd Tournament,
We advise the people to be on hand for so
njoyable a frolic. Extra trains will leave
ewberry and Frog Level to convey persons
:own. Major Woodward will make one of
AOUT THE TOwN .AND CoUNTY.
The weather a few days ago was cool
enough for heavy coats.
It Is now warm enough to dispense with
Potatoes are large enough to eat-the sam
pes left at this office by Mr. Luther Riser were
The local says thankee to Mr. Nathan for
a pencil with a head on it. It fi promised to
put a head on some one with it.
Cotton is coming in, but still very little
money gets up int this office.
Never tell a fib, fellows, its a great deal
btter to say you don't know when you will
pay, than that you will to-morrow when you
havn't the least idea of doing so.
It is~ said a man will defend, his weak spots
a great deal more sharply than he will his
We don't admit it, the strongest point is
where a man's money Is, and he will defend
that against a battallion of creditors.
Tomatoes fried in cream,;sweet potatoes in
sugar, and a fat chicken In a well greased
pan, are good enough for anybody.
Mothers are in formed that a ne w style of
boy's trowsers has been invented with copper
seat, sheet iron knees, rivited down the
seams, and water proof pockets to hold bro
An old lady from the country with six
unmarried daughters in town the other day,
was inquiring for the Patrons of Husbandry.
She meant bis.
The ladies are vigorously commencing to
hunt up the newest and best goods. They
generally look into the HIERALD for informa
tion first and before starting out.
Merchants would do well to advertise as
soon as they are in supply.
Mr. Thos. Cook, the enterprising dry goods
and grocery dealer is back from the North.
His goods are coming, and his store has
been nicely painted and fitted up for their
'Twas night. A real warm couple stood in'
the pale, cold moonbeams. Their lips touch
ed, and there wa-s a sound like a cow hauling
her hoof out of the mud.
Among other improvements In town, we
are pleased to mention, that the Store of
Mrs. D. Mower has been handsomely done
up. It is a pleasure to look at bright things.
and goods sell more readily in a handsome
We would not have our business men forget
that they can have their bill heads, letter
heads, circulars, cards, etc., printed at the
It is wrong to send your work Out of town,
friends, when it can be done in.it. Don't do
so any more.
"Bless my heart," said a three year old
future belle, "where's my palitator gone."
She meant palpitator.
A little fellow, not much older, on passing
a tree which had been sh ivered and set on
ire by lightning, a month before, said he
"felt the hot."
A Union Brotherhood has been organized
at the IIelena work shops. This is right.
Speck, the popular elorkist itd jenweler. litid
placed in the l'nptist Chutch a he.;uiful
clock- a dead beat-that is one which works
Look after your cattle, ye farmers, they are
getting fat naw, and some folks will steal.
Several head were rescued from a thi6f only
a week ago.
Dr. Lytton, who has for some time ac
ceptably filled the position of Post Surgeon
to the-garrison here, has at his own request
been removed to Yorkville. He is succeed
ed by Dr. W. H. King.
Mr. Leonard H. Redus, the energetic agent
of the Wheeler & Wilson, has secured the
services of Mr. W. D. Riser as a travelling
Capt. J. F. Speck has again fitted up an
express wagon by which the people in the
country can have clocks carried to them.
The newest thing in town is the new cake
and eating shed close to the inarket. It is
plain and without any pretensions to gaudi
ness or architectural finish. We suggest
Mansard roofs for that and the market house.
On Saturday things took a lively turn in
town, besides a good deal of new cotton be
ing sold and the usual quota of "culud gen
try," there was a grand tournanient below
the Court iotse, among little boys, on
the flying horses.
Wrong-doing is a road that my open fair,
but it leads to trotkble and danger. Well
doing, however rough and thorny at first,
surely leads to pleasant places.
One of our exchanges thus reasons with
the man who don't take the papers--xcept
when he takes them from his neighbors:
Now I tell you, squire, the day will come
when somebody will write a long culogy, on
your life, character, etc., and the printer will
put it in type, with a heavy black rule over
and under it, and with all your riches this
will be done for you as a )auper. Your lib
eralities, wealth and all such will be spoken
of, but the printer as he arranges the .ipe,
will remark: "Poor, mean devil, he never
took the paper, and is now swindling the
printer out of his funeral notice."
KEEP IT up.-We clip the following from
p exchange-and on it hangs a tale:
"Whenever a gentleman wants anything
published, whether it interests the public or
only an individual, he ;s willing and will
propose to pay. Somebody must pay for it,
and hereafter it will not be the printer. The
fact that the proposed pubication would
interest the public has nothing to do with the
matter in issue. Newspapers are private,
not public property. They are published to
make money for their owners, and if any
body would use them they must pay the
cost. Never did we go to a merchant and get
his goods for any public purpose without
paying, and if we and hundreds of others
the public-employ a lawyer about a street
r other highway we pay the lawyer. The
dodge Is very, tiresome, it is very old, and
we hope to hear of it no more forever. If
you want some -scheme ventilated, whether
it interests yourself alone or thousands; you
ad your thousands must not expect us to
pay the cost."-Memphis Appeal.
WASHINGTON, September 9,-The
Republicans have carried Maine by
about 11.000 majority. 'The majority
last year was 16,537.
The campaign in Virgtinia is groiw
ing lively and there is now no doubt
of the success of the Conservative
ticket. Kemper's majority for Gov
eror, it is said, may be safely put
down at from 15,000 to 17.000.
At the coming extra session of the
Legislature. an effort is to be made to
scale the public debt of the State fiomi
$16,000,000 down to S8.000,000.
This scheme, it is said, will be strong
ly urged by the Governor in his mee
sage. To pay interest on 88.000.000
instead of $16,000,000, would .be a
decided relief to the taxpayers of South
Carolina. With no faith in the Radi
cal party, and no hope, we yet pray
that God may move them to some
N EWBER, S3. C., September 1.-Cotton
LIVERPoOL, September 15.-Cotton quiet
-uplands 9; Orleans 91; sales 12,000 bales.
NEw YoRK, September 15.-Cottou dull;
sales 1,T75 bales, at 201a20*. Gold lla111.
AUGUSrg, September 15.-Cotton lower
and quiet-middling 1'%a1"7.
CHARLESToK, September 15.-Cotton qui
BALTIMORE. September 15.-Cotton dull
Wixspow Grass.-Great attention is now
deservedly paid to the kijnds of Window
Glass use d in dwellings, stores and churches.
All qualities of American and French Win
dow, Picture, Photograph, Cut, Ground,
Enameled and Colored Glass, wholesale and
rtail. from Mr, P. P. Toale, No Hlayne
street, Charlesten, S. C. Send for price
card. .Sep 3, 35-Im.
The fall trade has how opened, and with
a view to meet all its requirements, Messrs.
f. H. HALL F, Co., P'roprietors of the Great
Southern Builders' Emporium, Charleston,
S. C., have mnade at the Factories, large
qu~ntitias of Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.,
from fully seasored lumber. Their immense
sales enable thema to off'er number one work
at- low prices. Before beginning your
building, send4 fgr their price list and size
card. They are also Agenta for AshltQns'
Rooing Felt and Paint. Last year millions
of feet were sold for covering roofs, lining
rooms, painting, &c. Sep 3, 35 -lm
The feeble and debilitated usually fancy
they are in a rmore hopeless condition than
they really are. The resouruea of natiira are
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, hut
the surest, and indeed .the only thoroughly
safe and reliable means of awakening the
dormant energies of the system is a course
of loseer's Stomach Bitters. Electricity,
shower baths, the liesh brtish, sea b4thing,
&.- may be well enough in their way, as
auxiliaries, but they do not reach the source
of the evil. All physical debility proceeds
either from a derangement of tha functions
of the assimilating, secretive and vital or
gans or from a sluggish constitution. In
either case, and also in cases where both
causes exist, the Bitters will invariably pro
duce an immediate anid salutary change in
the conidition of the patient and eventually
a con.pletc cure. None of the dangerous
alkaloids, toO ofteni administered as tonics,
can be otherwise thar, deleterious under
such circumstances, and to give mercury is
positively criminal. The direct effect of
th great Veget4hle specific will be mnani
fested in -an improved appott, a ar
cheerful frame of miud, a gradual retuIrn of
strength, an increase of &lsh, and a health
ier complexion. Meanwhile, however, the
constitution, if inert and feeble, will have
been roused and venovated by the subtile
elements of invigoration cotaine-d in the
Btes. Sp :t, '5-lnm.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
I will expose for sale, before the Court
Houi,e door, in Newberry, on the First lion
day in October next, the following Real E
One tract of land containing one hun
dred and seventy acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of E S. Keitt. J. M. Mar
tin, Adam Cromer, Lewis Hogg. Levied
upon as the property of John T. Gillia.n, at
the suit of David Kibler.
Terms Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers. J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sept. 17, 37-St.
Sheriff's Sale. -
In Common Pleas-Newberry.-Mary A.
Black vs. D. D. Holly.
By virtue of anl execution to me directed,
I will sell on the First Monday in October
Inext, at Newberry 0. 11., S. C., the follow
ing Real Estate, belonging to D. D. Holly:
Oie lot in the town uf Frog ,Level, situated
near the G. & C. R. R. Dimens:ons sixty
feet zquare, One other Lot adjoining first
lot and runnin: sixty feet alung the lot be
longing to G. & G. Ri. It. Gomp.ny. Tel ins
Gish. J. J. (;ARRINGTON, S. N- U.
Sep. 10, 36-4t.
NEWPERRY. S. C., Sept. 8th, 1873.
NOTICE is hereby given, that application
will be made at the next Session of theGen
eral A,sembly of the State of South Carolina,
for a change in the Charter of the Town of
Newberry. Sept. 10, 36-3t.
A desirable STORE ROOM on Main Street,
between Marshall's & Phifer's.
Apply at once to
MRS. D. MOWE.
Sep. 10, Sa-tf.
All persons holding demands against the
Estate of (ol. Simeon Fair, deceased, are
requested to present the samne forthwith at
tested as re(-iired by law, to Y. J. Pope, at
Nei berry, S. t., and all those indebted to
said Estate will make payment of the saue
to either of the undersigied.
PETTlS W. C111CK, F. xecutors.
Y. J. POPE,
Sep. 10, 36-t.
I respectfully announce that from and
after this date, hai ing imade a reduction
in prices, I will conduct A STRICTLY
CASH BUSINESS. No goods will there
fore be delivered unless paid for.
T. P. ABRAMS.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Iavin.g been employed by Mr. T. P.
Abraims to conduct the above business,'I
take this means of informiig my frienda
and the public generally, of the 6aet, and to
respectfully solicit a share of their p.tron
ege. J. E. BItOWN.
Sep. 3, '35-1m1.
ONCE MORE TOTHE FRONT
BEST OF MEATS.
I take pleasure in staiting to my old ens
t.ers and the public generally, that I
have resumed the business of Butchering,
and can be founzd fronm this time at the
Market House, prepared to supply all de
mands in the meat line.
.Thtankful for past fa;ors, I respectfully
solicit a generous return of old cutstomers,
together with many new ones, and it shall
be nty aim to satisfy all wants in quality or
cut. J. M. SILL.
Sept. 3, 35-3t.
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
A ND H E CIIOMO
Having control of the magniticent OIL
Cuaoxo, YO SEMITE, we are able to offer a
combitation of lii;erar - a artistig work o1
genuine wo:th, and a~ prIces unprecedented.
This fine copy of a piece of Nature's grand
est work, is not presented in the usual limited
style-its dimensions, 14x20, making a pic
ture of very desirable size, in itself
AN ORNAMENT TO THE ROOM
graced by Its presenee.
But few copies of this beautiful Chromo
will be allowed to go to the retail stores, and
those will be sold at their
Actual Retail Price, $6.00,
wh ile if ordered in connection with our Maga
zine. botti will be ftrnished for
As a Premium the picture may be obtained
by sending us two subscriptions for the Mag
azine at $1.00 each, or by subscribing for the
Magazine two years in advance, at S1.00 per
W OOD'S HOCSEHIOLD) MAGAZINE,
Newburgh, N. Y.
S. E. SHUTES, Publisher. Sep. 3, 35-tf.
The business h eretofore conducted under
the name and style of M. Nathtan &: Son, in
cocsequence of the death of the senior
partner, will be conducted in the future
utder my own namre, anid all the liabilities
of the concern asned by me. All parties
indh~Id wil} iuate payment by the 10th
Thankful for the patronage extended the
firm itt the past, I respect.fully ask a con
tinuance of the same -to myself, and prom
ise to render such satisfaction as will be
acceptable to a generons public.
A. A. NATHAN,
Successor to M. Nathan & Son.
Aug. 27, 84-im.
SEND FOR THE BEST!!
AND THlE FINEST'
Mountain Scenery ini America.
Scenes Peculiar to the South and
Never Before Published.
FOR SALE AT
gI ?I 1gIgIgg4T I#00l STORIES,
MOronAtON N. C.
3,000 CASES BOO
We are now receiving from the Manufactt
of ROOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS of every de
any other Market.
Merchants visitin- Charleston are invited
D. F. FLE
2 U1AYNE STREE
SAM'EL A. NELSON.
Aug. 27, U4-2m.
J. E WE
Piantation Supplies, Dry Goodf
Keep constantly on h
Coffi.., M.al, Baggin
Bacon, Molasses, Ties,
Lard, Sugar, Salt,
Flour, Corn, Tobact
&U., Pink Eve I
Also a choice article of N. 0. Molasses, in bl
choice A No. I article Goshen B'uter, and But
Give us a call.
JNO. E. WEBB. THOS. M. LA]
Jan. 29, 4--tf.
TilOSo F AllA ON"
Would respcetfullv inform his friends and J
customers that lie has in store, and is con
stantly receiving, a large stpply of
SUG A R.
Also, a full suply of Ladies, Gents, Boys
DRY GOODS, &c.
Come ind see me before you bpy, as I
promie tq SAVE YO 'dONEY.
I have on hand a large supply of that f
F arnmers, sow plenty of Oats, Barley and
Rye, and save buying Corn next Summnner.
THOS. F. HARMON,
Conitemiplatirng a change an our brusines
at an e.arly d ay, w e hav e de.termirned to sell
goods in he future
AT SHORT PROFITS
Wi,gh our experience we are. satisfied that'at
will be to our inaterest as well ats thre
Interest Of Those With~
Whom We Deal,
to confine ourselves strictly to the GASH
SYSTEM, and SE LL FOR SUORT PROFITS.
We hope our frienids, arnd the public gene
rally, will give us a trial under this new
system upon which we n1ow enter; and we
w ill ondeavor Lo make it to their initer.st to
give us their pattrona ge.
WE WILL KEEP
4 good stock of
Heavy and Family Groceries,.
and a GONSTANT SUPPLY of the
WANDO FERTILIZER, I
to the examnation of whic.h we invite all
personis wishing to purchase good*s in04
itie befo ti.ny make their purchrases.
R, 20MMA & tJO.
All persona indebted to us 'by note or
account, are most earnestly requested to
make payment at once. All our claims are
past daue and we must haave them settled.
We mean what we say.
R. MOORMA N # Co.
Mar, 16, 18712-10-tl.
Are receiving their FA LL SUPPLY of
ia[0D aDd Buggy MaIiaI
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
IT1MBER WVOID PHMPS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
THE WALTON HOUSE,
MORGAMTON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD,
Fir t-ctas Livery Stablc in connection with
'JAS .N1. "[U%..
TS AND SHOES
rers a very large and well selected S!ock
cription, which will be sold as low as in
to exaniine onr Stock.
MINC & CO.,
T, CORNER OF CHURUH STRET.
, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.,
and a good line of
010 Ilov Hiz
o, Wooleu and Willow Ware,
Is., h uils., 5 anI lo gallon kog, also a
kwheat Flmir in abumt'ance.
CE. 11. O'N. HARRINGTON.
BAGGING, TIES, &c..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Caldwell and Friend Sts,
Opposite Mr. 1'. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
las just received and opening a general as
Choice Family iomcedes,
rHICH WILL BE SOLD
ow for Cash, or coun
'e publio geuerally go invited
o call ad eXamine my stock be
Dre purebasing elsewhere.
rhe Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 39 tf
MII "SILVR T9E"
Che best ORGA NS of the Reed
class IN TH E WORLD.
The Best for Churches and Lodges.
The Best for Sunday Schools.
The Best for Parlors and Vestries.
The Best for Academics gpg Caleges.
The Seat for Publie Halls.
The Best for Orchestraand Stage.
These instraments, which for sweetness of
me and elegance of appointment stand nri
ailed, have met with unprecedented success
ithis country and abroad.
t. P. NEBlD1 & 8ON,
ESTABLISHED IN 1846.
los. 143, 145, & 147 East 28d St;,
Responsible parties applying for agencies
Ssctions still unsupplied, will rceive
rompt attention and liberal inducements.
aries residing at a distance from our a U
iorized agents, may order from our factory.
end for illustrated price list.
Aug. 13, 32-6mz.
LET it be distinctly understood that the
N EW BE R RY,
Sin full blast and doing things up all right,
aid well prepared for a good run this Fall.
All kinds of work done in good style, in.
hiding copying of old Pictures, Filling Pins,
A fine lot of
Com~e aiong during this pretty weather.
W. Hi. WISE\MAN.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
L. 03 DARGAN,
I HIARLESTOX, S. C.
Jam,nes Adgert & Co., Bankers, Charles
on, S. C.
L. 1D. Mowryv, Pres. Union Bank, Charles
n. & w.e, C, SU FFIElWS'
Our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT
is replete with all the late styles of
FORETGN GOODS. in chiarge of a
CETTI-A fre.csh friln ;)!I, Uf th'; mautt
Fashion:able -1ouseS ill the North.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
Se p. 3, 35-t f.
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Stoes, Tina Ware, Ac.
( At his Old Stand,)
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
trade and the citizens of this and surround
ing Counties, with the most approved kinds
Together with arl varieties of
Fancy Coffee Biggins,
Money Boxes, and
Neatly and expeditiously done,*
ROOFING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
A pr. 9, 14-tf.
REMOVA OF TIN SHOP.
Ao e as on my preset stand expires
on he 0thOfthin Ot (March), I will,
on and after that~ time, be found in the
large store recently occupied by Abrams &
Metts, as a Shoe Store, between Dr. Pratt
and Mr. Nathan, where I will carry on the
Tin and Stove Business,
in all its b:anches, and w here I shall be
pleased to see all my old customers and as
many new Ones5 as desire anything in my
line. I shall try, as heretofore, to give sat
isfaction both as to price, quality of goods
W. T. WR IGHT.
Mar. 12, 10-tf..
One of the finest Plarntations in Abbeville
County, (known as the Richard Davis place)
containing S20) acres, 100 acres of which is
excellent bottom land. Pleasantly located.
Upon the farm is an elegant Brick Mansion,
a ith eight rooms. This Plantation is sit
uated about four miles fromt New Market,
on the Greenvile R. R. There is a road
runnmng directly through the place, thereby
pending it easy to divide the land intc
several distinct tracts if so desired. We
would further state that a valuable Gold
Mine 4has been discovered on the premises.
This property c an he treated for privately
at aitv time between thtis and the first Of
October ; if not disposed of before the ex
DiratiOnt of thtat time it will be sold at Aue
tion, at Abbevillc C. HI. For further in
formation in regard to the matter, appiy to
Auction and Cmmuis.i01n Merchant,
Junne 2, Am.tf Ceumba, . C.
Dry Gootd, Grocerics, Xc.
4rIIl[TIO 1111 0RS
SUMMlER IHAS COME
And so, also, is the
New and Elegant Stock
P. We & 11.8. CURt~,
And thc ladies and publ;e geuerally, are
invited to examine ur tine and large as
Dress Goods, Calicoes,
Frillin;gs, Trimn n
Sheetings, Pillow Casings,
White G~ -od.:'
And mSaddle, Bridles,
Andi manwher goos, too nomerous to
mention, and ;d of which we beg the pi
lic to examine.
Our motto is
QUICK SALES AND SHORT
P. W. & Hl S, Cilch
.pr. 2, 13-.-if.
SPRIN -,1ND SIMER
for Ladies and Gents, and
A FL LINE OF
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
A pr. 2, 13-tf.
DO YOU WANT
'Excellent in Quality?
IF S-o, GO( Tu
MRIS. D. 'IMOWER<
Where can be found Flour, lBacon, Molar
ses, Sugar, Cof!'ee, Cotn,
And Many Ether Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the HIRaI.to
Office is the place
For Cheap Goods,
C heap Prices,
And the Best Attention.
Apr. 23, 16--tf.
W. T. TARRANT,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Crockery, Saddlery, Uarness, Trunks,
Leather, etc. Apr. 9, 14-tt.
Most Wonderful .Invention
OF THE ACE.
y. Moses' Electro-Galvanic, Pat. June 2d, '68
Atiachcd to these patented Spectacles
are two scientifically const ructcd Gulvanic
Batteries-unseen 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 P'aralysis of the Optic Nerve, Weak
or Diseased Vision, Neuralgia of the Head
or Face, Nervous Twitches in the Muscles
of the Face, Noise in the Head, Loss of
Mental Energy, and a host of Nervous Dis
eases arising 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 and flowing stream
of Electricity, giving brightness to the Eve,
quickness to the Ear, and energy to the
They arc set with lenses of the finest
manufacture, to suit all sights, and with
glasses for those not needin~g Spectacles to
read witht, but desiring. the benefits to be
derived fromt wearing the Batteries ; and
Iare to be had in this vicinity only of
. JOHN F. SPECK,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Dealer in WVatch~es, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated WXare,
NEWB3ERRY, S. C.
None are Genuine unless each pair stadmped
,T. MOSES' ELECTRO-GALVANIC,
Patented June 2d, 1868.
A pr. 9, 14-t..
zOiCords of TAN B.\RK, for n.hdh
*per 'orwil wh. e pail ont llivpry ,