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Special and Local.
Nsw Av rsaEXTS.
W. B. Wigeman-rRes1iget Phograher.
T Eeentor's si d land.
W. T. Wright-Stoves, Tin-ware.
Grad Tournament at Chinquepin.
J. .-Speek-Segars, Candy, Fruits. &c.
L. H..Reds-Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Brohqr Jonathan Publishing Company.
Mr. L. G. S. MidAleton, formerly of Char
leston, and tire req t of -
berry, died on 1e Ay morning, 'about 2
14A 'o" eouted at
Mr. MeD. Metts' residence, this morning,
Wi6tIdy, at 9 o'elock, by the Rev. E. .
Miles. His friends and acquaintances, and
the pegesarlly, are invited to attend.
Tu:" RSCRD.-Up to time of clos
ing his 'ooks, Capt. Smith, Clerk of Court,
says the amount of claims registered reached
the sum of $21,496 71.
DsATms.-A little child of Mr. Saber's
died on Toesday night last, at Helena.
At Behks, on Friday the 3d, Mrs. Price,
wi*e-ofMr. Thos. Price. The remains of the
decased were conveyed to Columbia on Sat
urd f&r interment. -
We learn that a child of Mr. Jacob Kibler
died about some days ago.
4ir li.-Skiff& Gaylord's Minstrels will
be in Columbia on Wednesday. They have
so-less than six "end men"-and all full of
fun. Suppose the Temperance Hall commit
vee-invite them to Newberty.
if an effort is made beside. Mr. LyBrand,
with his magniocent sixteen hundred dollar.
piano, might be prevailed upon to visit New
bev as _gte a cwpqll$ We have seen
an&j6ew*fb# itriiaUtand -simply pro
Bounce It magnificent.
A Agaat:Su c. esiea o*e of the
largest of its kind, is that of Messrs. Kings
V444eath, to theeity of Columbia. It
won1ttke1 montj,of SUndays, uo end of
reams of paper, grosses of Faber's best black
lead, besides giving.employment to any num
ber of boys jtkteep the pen-knives sharp
*"Ube qedto point he pencils,
J~~th tase of making a amplete In
ventory of avery article kept by those gentle
men woufd prove a failure. Hardly an arti
cle there but when once seen creates in
shqbqcq%Pia good housewfe .Aaintense
desi'rCio becoie i6e happy possessor of it.
NOW sczMG AND OPIING
Our Fall Stock of Ladies Dress Goods, Trim
Lings, ete., together with gentlemen's piece
-jjd&, and a general'stoak to suit the trade.
goods have been selected with our
usal care, and consist of every article to be
*2ndi a dry goods storm, and will be sold
.Jowst prca. Our friends and eustomers
aVMqWvited to make an inspection from this
day,"andwe are sasfied that we can give
them satisfaction, not only In quality, style
and variety, bLinhat. very important de
-sideratum to atay-RICES.
4 ReFLL POOL.
of Newberry will regret to learn that L. R..
Jua irfor@ gag to
:sassac,they are requdsted to stop at
Wiseman's an4bjun air pictures taken.
This wiul putkNff' odhumnor andthey
wig fel - oeok stove.of W. T.
etatse ca begiren to the
estate, r w eyae at liberty to
attend a St ChinqueDin,
but bet zthere a vy .peck's Coo,
fection lu2~ ble;lt will never
do w~kUigDU* something
nice. AWitG &wnbm#g Macblue
is always In order. -3.avertisemenits for
xa Moan Go3a.-We regret tp say that
' ir.'Homer P. Tarrant, for several years a
.asident of Newberry, haa been called hence.
- medilved-here as tong as;he- was allowed, and
'would be -here uow, but,-alas for the buts
ionalate vlsito Augusta he fell into the'
bands o'f a party, who kept him three whole
'days and nights in the hottest water, while
derlibetating what finally to do. It is a eon
solation, now to know, that he escaped and
gew back to his hm and there happily for
a few brief weeks was.permitted to remain.
But now to cap the climax of onr sorrow h~e
back to AngessamIv 4m Mess-s Greene
.& Rossignol, eminent druggists of that city,
where he .will be happy to meet his friends at'
e ip uy op t t gme.
.A Ns1r Bustsss AysNtra.-Beyond the.
corner f esi.MayeR.& Margn is destined
to gsi be (4gepofgp ineonsid
erable Importance. The new offie just
eected for Mr. Andrew J. McCanughrin, and
it will not be long ere a second and larger
buildiigM1locept th( Masca between the
.offc.i-nan4 and Messrs. hI. &,.'s; and
iperhaps soon, another on the other side. We
tre glad to see thJse evidences of increased
trade and prosperity.
Besides'occupying the ofie alluded to
iich we nnderstag by the way, is, so be
egoely and -egnfo,thly .Jtted N4Mr.
MIcCaagtrriu has rented the store to his left,
and is now using it as a Carriage and Wagon
Repository; for the display and sale of
Gower,Cox & Markley's manufactures.many
of whi'ch ho has now on hand.
Paso3i.u.--Qtrr esteemsi friend and fel
Newe~itizen, Mr. G. T.Scott, we are pleased
to notice, has returned home much improved
Ia bealh and appearance. Hie has been to
.ah.eImila Springs, in Butts Co., Middle Ga.,
*.plae noted for-health restoring properties.
Hie has been much missed,, not only on
Achange, but Ia the social walks of Newberry
Lt.'me'r, of th'e Post garrison, has gone
home on a fur Tough- to recruit his health.
His wife accompanied him.
After a lengthy absence, Mr. O'Neill has
returned to take part in the active business
of Newberry. His store is fully supplied
with a choice assortment of grocerics.
We-arc glad to chronicle the arrival of Mrs.
*D. Itower from her Northere and Eastern
tour. Mrs, M. is an indefatigable as well
as quick worker, and the amount of'business
accomplished during her trip, is an evidence
of her ability to grasp and master diffculties,
which might be deemed impossible for a
lndy. In the intorre.gnumn, advantage was
:aken to improve the appearance of her large
i and already attractive store room, and she
now finds it ready for the reception and con
venient display of a large and elegant stock
of ods,- now rapidly arriving, and which It
- ewill afford her much pleasure to show to the
laliesaJind gentlemen of Newberry and sr
3 r>ndngOUUties. Heru.te is under the
A Dourtc MA.-By this beading tb'
reader is not to suppose weAre gaing to writt
up the good qualities supposed to belong, or
which are eotsidered necessary, to the make
up o( a domestic individual of the mk4aline
gendir, Not a bit. Every one koVs al
abot that already, or if not they should;
every lady does we warrant. The .mat;tr
this time with "Hannb," to use a comm'Mi
expessions that tliaigh theidea prevails
that a domestic man Is an amibe and
worthy character, yet ali4omestic men are
not good. A few weeks6go thereAourished
one in ourcommunity who did not come out
right in the washing. A Domestic Sewing
Machine Agent waa he, and who, unforta
nately for the peace of the poor woman who
did his chores. left sans ceremoule, and with
outpaying for his washing, etc. This might
have been considered absee of mind, but
he also failed to settle for the rent of the sta
ble which sheltered his horse. How many
other little bills the Domestic man left un
settled we know not.
NawaAsit BonRowms.-"Our readurs
will sustain us in the assertion that we have
never indulged t he common newspaper
practice of talking about people particularly
to their fcees,'but there are some dwelling
on this mundane sphere whose contracted
minds and pinched souls render them so
much the object of aversion and score, that
is impossible to refrain from hurling a male
diction at them whenever they appear to
one's eye or mind. And all of these mean
folks, the meanest we maintain Is that lass
of people too miserly to subscribe to a news
paper, but rely upon borrowing from neigh
bdrs. Borrowing, forsooth, begging, aye,
decently parloiniag what the miserable sum
of five cents would procure a right and title
in, and save the perpetrator from the re
ppach and scandal of his neighbors. We
think it is genteel and certainly more laud
able, to borrow a toothpick or a brubh from
a neighbor than a newspaper, and we ad
vise our subscribers, when they are troubled
by these questionable beggars. to rebuke them
by sending a five cent piece. Of course the
reflection embraces those who practfee it
List of Letters remaining iu Newberry
Post Office, Oct. 6, 1&73:
M. S. Bailey, Mrs. Polly Bone, J. B.Brown,
Mrs. L. Brooks, P. S. Brooks, Silas Cook,
col'd., Mrs. Lou E. Cleland, D. Lafayette
Clamp, Mrs. Anna Crump, Mrs. Lucinda Cle
land, W. WV. Davenport, Toby Davis, Misi
Nannie Farrow, Mrs. Fannie Fuller, Joseph
Guy, Daniel Goggans, H. 0. Henson, Edward
HOd, eold., W. D. Hardy, N. S. Harp, T..
F. Hara, X. S. C. Hargrove, Mises 8alle and
Jane Humes. J. W. Hutchi.on, Jos. Heller,
Mrs. Nancy E. Johnson, Mrs. Sarah Johnson,
Geo. Kinard, Jordon Kinard, Miss Lizzie W.
Lake, J. W. Lefton, C. M. McClung, Mrs.
Lucy Moffat, care James Henry,Butler Nick
arsoa, J. T. Norris. C. A. Nelson, Simon E.
Nelpz, Mrs. Isabella Penn,. Miss Jennie
PoweA.Ais smLo S., Pury, Miss' Margaret
Rolins,&F. Rape, irs! F. C. Rtckard, Ted,
Rutherford, col"d., R. C. Sondly,Ivey M., Sa
ber, Jesse Senn, Geo. M. Smith, Jas. Saxon,
Sarah Souley, col'd., Tom Saber, W. W.
Spence, I. M. Saber, Jas. Sherman, R. Ty
grt, Geo.*Thiift, care Robt. Lake. Sarah
Taylor, care Baylis Taylor, J. Q. WhItmond,
Gee. Whitmond, Orand Wordson, Wolfr&
Co., Rev. Dr. 0. H. Warren, A. Walker,
Mrs. Veah Williams, Henrietta Williams,
Jas. Young. ____
Tux Pze,Nzo a Pom=u.--It not being
lnown in time that a train would positively
be furnished for the accommodation of such
of th.e people of the cities of Newberry and
Prosperity, as desired to indulge in the pleas
res promised by Pomaria on Friday, the.
consequence was nfortunately a small re
presentation from those two places. The
frst intimation we had of it, was the sound
of the whistle at 7.30 on the morning of the
day. [t was a tight race to make the con
nection on the part of a few males-wives,
childten. sweethearts, had to be left, only
three ladies and five little ones being fourtd
with their lamps trimmed and burning. The
Pomarans were out, however, ia large num
er, and the day was spent pleasantly and.
proftably. First came off the Tournament,
the gallant Knights andi fair ladies inspired
b-ppopitsad beaudiful strains4tromthe
Siver -Cornets, the one doing their lively
est,'and the other looking their prettiest.
Tere were fourteen knights, via:i L.. D.
Abrmi-Red Plume; A., Bashard~in
quepin; D. A. Dickert-Pomarla; J. 0. Dick
ert-Laurens; L. 3. agle-Cedars; J. J.
Hpp-Southern Flag; W. J. Heats-Orion;
J. Hughey-.Casr's Head; C. Ridlehuber
Southern Cross; P. Setster-Red Cross; J. F.
Sligh-Dutch Fork; C. S. Hill-Chappell's;
J. W. TribbleNight Blooming Cerens; and
A. C. Sligh-Grey Eagle.
The riding was pretty fair and resulted as
follows:- D. A. .Dickert, getting a beautiful
silver goblet, C. S. Hill, a similar token, A.
Buhardt, a .ine bridle, and J. 0. Dickert, as
pir of' spurs. These were -presented after
dinner to the gallant Knights by Mr. Slider,
of the AGB, after an appropriate and elol'
quent speech, and-at the conclusion, raising
aloft a charming bouquet, which a lady had
offered as a fitting tribute to the best rider,
Mr. C. S. Hilt was called forward to receive
the flattering testimonial.
After this pleasing episode, Col. Wyatt
Aiken, in the absence of the regular orator,
M4or Woodward, addrused the large an
dence prinicipally on the subject of ranges,
and we regret that our limited space pre
wAIades an extended notice of'.hiaeerks.
Andnow, bidgy, we goboek ta the dinner
-it would be pleasanter to go back to it
literally-which was a splendId one, the
meats were elegant, and the hash-language
fails us-we can only say it was the best we
have ever tasted at a barbecue dinner, with
out any exception. It is not strange, it was
concocted by the old ladies- of' Duztch Fork,
and could not be other than good. One of
the principal features was a coffee stand pre
aidedover by Mrs. Suber, Mrs. Dr. Wright,
Mrs. T. S. Bolnest and others-the revenue
from this was considerable, and deservedly,
[for the beverage was good. Then came ice
cream, cakes, lemonade, etc., at a side table,
which brought a sag income. On the whole
it was.a charming-affair, from beginning to
end, and we trust that the object for which
it was gotten up-viz: to raise a fund'for the
Church Parsonage-was accomplished.
Not on the programme, was the approach
to the table while we were eating, of a bright,
crly headed little girl, who presented as
with a delicious iced frnlt cake. Learning
afterwards that she was the daughter of Mrs.
Boinest, due acknowledgement was made.
And again, so constant and fast was the call
for coffee, that at one time it became
stirred up-and a remark made that It
was unsettled, when Dr. Wright quickly saId
it will be well settled when the drinkers pay
for it, We would like to say more in regard to
the pleasures of the day, but want of space
APPLE PI Es.-The following receipt strikes
us as being good. Will sorae friend try it
and send in a sample that we may judge of
its merit? The milk can be omitted.
Pael tart apples and stew them nicely,
strainasthem throurgh g net strainer, season
them while hot with butter o' yer flavor
with utmeg, and put them on a crust test
has been baked on a pie plate. Always have
eetn miik to drink with apple pie.
ABOUT TE Towx AND COUNTY -
The weather is delightful, and minds us of
the Indian Summer.
We mind too that frost cannot be far off.
And with frost, malarial maludies will re
elve their quietus.
No one will object.
Cotton is growing in power again, abdica
ting its throne for a few days, its kingly
power will soon be felt.
The hardest picking is when we try to pick
up items for this department. The easiest
picking can be done in a cotton field, with
the stalk knee to waist high, and full of open
The next hardest thing to do is to put
money in your purse. Ring-masters alone
can do this trick.
Ed was trying on a pair of shoes the other
day at Shiver's, which were tight. Said he,
they are too small in the waist. He must
have been thinking of his sweetheart.
At the Concert Wednesday night, a little
fellow asked, when Prof. Schmitt came on the
stage, if he was the man who jobbed a knife
through his arm, alluding to Mons. Gerard.
He thought the knife feat the best.
Another one wanted to know why Prof. S.
played the fiddle so fast, didn't he want to
There is a crazy man loose in this town,
his mania leading him to dot the richest men,
and among the number of second John Jacob
Astors, he ranks the unfortunate editor of
this paper-the poorest devil of them all.
That man must be taken up or he will bring
-the community into trouble by raising ex
The possum hunting season is upon us,
and the sport is being indulged in consider
ably. John started the other night, and
thinking he would be out late took lunch
with him in a black bottle. The last seen of
him he had treed a big fellow on the Stewart
Corner. He knew it was-large by hW eyes
being so big and bright. Our reporter pass
ing at the time said John mistook the flame
of the -lamp for the animal's eyes, and the
lamp post for a tree. Good Templars will
please look after John.
Oaths are vulgar, senseless, offengive, im
pious: like obscene words, they- leave a
noisome trail upon the lip, and a stamp of
odium upon the soul. They are inexcusa
ble. They gratify no sense, -while they out
rage taste and dignity.
. Young man, if while walking with your
sweetheart you come to a ditch, and she be
afraid to take it, yell out "snakes." and she'll
clear it ia a jiffy.
We are gratified to state that that abond
nable, villainous hole this side of Jalapa on
the public road, mentioned lately In this pa
per, has been filled up and m..ae ready for
winter travel. The Doctor assures us of this.
Several of the Joan ladies of the town
left, last week for College life abroad, and
the consequence is that any number of young
men are disconsolate. Their sighs are piteous
to hear and would touch the heart of a 3000
year old inummy. Poor fellows, the. girls
will return again, and- each wilbav*-a new
beaux. Cheer up.
The man who.forgot to bring In the magni
dcent bride's cake, prepared and set away
specially for the delectation of the editor of
this paper, may look out for the consequences
Did you ever do anything wrong without,
sooner or later, being in fear, shame or sor
row on account of it ?
"The smiles of a pretty woman are the
tea.s of the parse."' "He who takes an eel
by the tail, or a woman by the- tongue, Is
sure to come off empty-handed."
If you let the cat 0ont of thin bag never, try
to cram it back again; It only makes matters
We see that there- isa man in Troy who
has done business abonf, a yar without ex
pending a dollar in advertising. He has at
last cons,ented to advertise. ,His first adver
tisment was headed, "Sherif's Sale."'
If he had been ja Newberry sneb -a mis
farsue would never had haipened. 'Every
body aivertises here, and be would hiave fol
Said amerchant the other day, that was
a capital notice you gave me last week.
Glad to hear it, said we, and how much was
it worth, think you. Five dollars, answered
he. Spoken like a sensible, honest man, said
we. 'Twas good,said he. When will we see
it, said we. Christmas, and in toys, said he.
To FAnMERs.-Cows should be taken in
about suset, or before they are preparing to
rest for-the night, and on no account allow
them to be hurried to or from the pasture,
apeculy- when-full of milk.
The farmer who is in the habit of letting
down the corner of his fence here and there
for passing from one field to another, will
never have a defloite road laid out, and never
have his fences In good order.
The best season for pruning to promote
growth, theoretically, is in autumn, soon
after the fall of the leaf. Next to this, winter
puning performed In mild weather Is best,
and in orchards this Is the season usually
NATIONAL Pas AssoerATroX.
The propriety of organizing a National
Press Association, having been submitted for
consideration, and having received hearty
approval by a large portion of the Press, St~
Louis, Mo., has been designated as the place
of meeting, and the 26th of November, prox.
the time. Every journalist in the United
States Is Invited to attend.
Communications relating thereto will be
received by Robert L.. Rlodgers, Chairman, G
P. A., Sandersville, Ga. 40-fit.
NEWBEIRRY, October 7.-T be condition of
the cotton market is improving, a more liba
eral demand prevailing among buyers, whc
to some extent, are able to procure the meani
o make purchases. Much of the cottor
brought in during the week has been stored
for better prices, the merchants showing a
willingness to hold the same as collateral foa
advances, until the p rice of the staple rechcles
the point which will suit the farmer.
Just as we go to press we are able to add
that sight drafts will be paid in Qli7riestor
on cotton shipped. This puts the mnarket ir
much better condition, and prices rule, with
demand, for middling at 15g.
Total number of bales . shipped during
week ending Oct. 8th, 188 bales.
CoLrBIa, S. C., October 7.-But little
cotton coming in-middling 151.
NEW YoRK, October 6.-Cotton firm ; saleE
1741 bales, at 181a19k. Gold 10a10j.
AUGUsTA, October 6.-Cotton demand
good-middling 16a161. .
Cuiarzstox, October 6.-Cotton firm
middling 181 n17.
Bas.TxxOus, October 6.-Cotton- firm
LIVEaPOOr., October 6.-Cotton~buoyant
uplands 929k; Orleans 9jtaQj,
Comparative .cotton statement-Net re:
ceipts at all United States ports during the
week ending Oct. 4th, 54,017 bales; same
week last year 90,095: total to date 141,789;
to same date last year 250,514. Exports foa
the week 9,899; same week last year 36,821;
total to date 32,129; to same date last yeua
fi:246. Stock at all Uni:ed States porti
112,G,5; same time last year 194,193; stock
at all interior touns, less Selma, 26,245; lasi
ear 22,104; at Liverpool 645,606; last yeaz
70,0 Amrcnafloat for Great Britall
woman to cook and wash for a sinai
fan iIy. * 4Pply gt 1.his o le.
L. X. SPEERS,
CALDWELL ST., - NEWBERRY, S. C
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
STYLE and FINISH OF WORK GUARAN
TEED to EQUAL ANY in the SCATE.
CAST AND WROUCHT
FOR ENCLOSING CEMErERY LOTS,
Furnished at Manufacturer's Prices.
400 to 500 approved Patterns to select from
Sept. 17, 37-3m.
THE LAST WARNINGs
We have employed a red-headed, freckled
faced man to collect all Notes and Accounts
due us, whose stndard weight is two hun
dred and fifty pounds, and one who wil
not go back on .his friends, nor fear his ene
uies. He is a sight aid a terror in the
land, and we now tell you for the last time,
it is to the interest of all concerned to come
up and settle, before our fighting man call
on you, for he will have no iuercy on delin
We have also clo-ed our Books, and from,
and forever after this date, we will not - sell
any more goods on credit. By giving cred
it, we have become so poor that we cannol
buy paper to make menorandums on, t<
stand for a few days, or until Cotton comes
in. It is in now, so there is no excuse, and
if our man must call on you, you will wish
vou had never been born.
McFALL & POOL.
Sep. 24, 38-tr.
I I) oere.
All who are indebted to A. M. WICKER
either by Note or Account, are requestet
to pay up by the 1st of Oct., as I am de
termined to do a Cash Basiness from thai
time on THROUGH . THE JOURNEY 01
LIFE. I would rather have $1,000 it
money than to have $2,000 ot, my books,
or even in the gold mines of California.
Sept. 17, 37-tt.
VALUABLE L A ND S
Will be sold on Sale-day in November
next, at Anderson C. H., if not disposed o
at private. sale, that VALUABLE FARM
known as HARRISBURG, lying on Senec
River and both sides of Conacross Greel
at its mouth, containing 517 ACRES, more
or less-one half low grounds.
Also, a small Farm, near P'endletop Vil
lage, well improved, containing 118 ACRES
more or less-about 20 acres bottom land
For further particulars, apply to DR
MAXWELL, at Pendleton, S. C., or to
CR AYTON & SONS, Anderson, S. C.
Sep. 3-10, & Oct 1-8-35-4t.
State of South Carolina-County 01
Newberry.-Court of C ommno t
Joseph Caldwell as Administrator, &c., 0:
T. WV. Caldwell, dec'd., Plaintiff; againsi
James N. Martin, Adm'r, et. al., Defen
dants.-Complain.t for Relief.
In pursuance of an order by His Honor,
Mf. Moses, Judge of the.Seventh Circuit, in
the above stated case, all persons having
demands against the Estate of Thomas W.
Cadwell, dec'd, are required to rendet in
and establish such demands before theun
dersigned by the 1st day of December nett.
JESSE C. SMITH,
IN PROBATE COURT,
Sallie E. Finney and husband,)~
J. W. Finney, Elizabeth A-|I
dair and hus',and,Jas. Adair, |
John P. Little, Tihomas Little,fo
Margaret Little and husband CPtto
Mf. Mf. Little, Emma Glenn
and husband, David Glenn,
Jas. Little and David Little,
To John P. Little, Thomas Little and
.Margaret Little, wife of Mf. Mf. Little, leg
al heirs and representatives of Thtmas
Little, dee'd who died intestate and lev
isees of Thomas Craig, dee'd.-Greethg:
YOU are ~hereby required to appear at
the Court of Probate to be holden at Lan.
rns Gour-ouee, for Laurens Count: on
'the 31st day o.f October next, A. D. 1873,
to show cause, if any you can, why the
Real Estate of Thomas Little, and also the
tract of land bequeathed by Thoimas Crtig,
dec'd, to the parties to this petition on fil<
in my office should not be divided or sold
for partition and division.
Given under my hand and seal, thu the
3d of day September, 1873.
C. L ARK, Judge of Probae.
Sept. 10, 36-6t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
LAURENS COUNTY.-IN PRo
Ex Parte-Mary Downey and her husband
In Re--The Real Estate of Martha Dorn~h
dee'd-Petition for Partition.
To Alexander Hamilton, nnd the heirs o
John Hamilton, representative legateei
of tbe Estate of Martha Dorroh, dec'd:
You are hereby required to appear at th<
Court of Probate, to be holden at Lauren:
Court House, for Laurens County, on thu
10th day of November, A. D. 1873, to Ihev
cause, if any you can, why the Real Estatu
of Martha Dorroh, dec'd., described in thu
petition of Mary Downy and her husban<
Samuel Downy, filed in my office, shouli
not be dividied or sold, allotting to the sal
Mary Downey one-third, Alexander Hamil
ton one-third, and the children of Jobi
Hailto:', dcc'd., one-third.
Given under my hand and seal, this th
1th day of September, A. D. 1873.
C. L ARK, in. s. a. c.
To Alexander Hamilton and the childr'en o
John Hlamilton, dec'd., defendants in thi
case, whose residence is unknown:
Take notice that action is commenced fo
the partition of land, in the Probate Court
for the County of Laurens, State of Sout]
Carolina, an.d that a summuons in this actio:
Iof which the foregoing is a copy, was file
in the offiie of the Judge of Probate of sai'
County, at Laurens Court House, State c
South Carolina, on the 16th day of Septemn
ber, A. D. 1873, and that you are require
to ippear in the cause by the 10th day c
November next, or the Plaintiffs will appl,
to the Court for the relief diemanded in th
complaint. - TODD.& TODD,
Se p. 24, 38-6t, A tt'ys for PI't'ffs.
A desirable STORE ROOM on liain Street
between Marshall's & Phifer's.
Apply at once to
MRS. D. MOWER.
I). b. nEaMN(.
3,000 CASES BOW
We are now receiving from the Manufactul
of'BooTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS of every deQ1
air other M.irket.
Merchants visiting Charleston are invited t
2 HAYNE STREE'
SAMVEL A. NEiSON.
Aug. 27, 34-2m.
Dry Goods, G1
'L E. WE]
fiantation Supplies, Dry Goods,
Keep constantly on ha
(of fee, Meal, Baggin
Tacon, * Molasses, Ties,
lrd, Sugar, Salt,
lour, Corn, Tobacci
e., Pink Eye P<
Also a choice article ot N. 0. Molasses, in bbi
ooice A No. I article Goshen Butter, and BucL
Give us a call.
.NO. E. WEBB. THOS. M. LAE
Jan. 29, 4-tf.
New & Superior Stock
FALL AND WINTER.
10VELICE & WHEELER
Have now in Store and are still receiving, a
large and elegant Stock of Goods in all ot
the following lines:
comprising every article which can be call- A
ed for. Togetfier with a fine assortment of
gentlmeni's and youths'
aL O T HI N G',
either for dress or business purposes,
HATS, CAPS, st
BOOTS and SHOES, W
of warranted mtke, both fine and heavy.
Some beautiful SHOES and GAITERS for-'
Besides the above our Stock of
Groceries and Family -
is of the comipletest kind, fresh, choice and
We simply solicit an examination, feeling
satisfied of our ability to please either in
variety, quality or in price.
LOVELACE & WH EELER.
Sep. 24, 38-tf.
FILL IND WIINTEIOOh& I
TIIOL F HAR09N
Would respectfully inform his friends and
customers that his Stock for the Fah-Trade
is unusually large, and besides the usual as-]
MOLASSES, - A
He has a superliolot of
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Together with -
'These ~nosi ave bheeu setccaT& with
care,..bought low.f4own, and will be'sol d
CORRESP0NIIBGLY LOWP0RE I
I have on $ida large supply a that
Farmers, sow plenty of Oats, Barley amt
Rye, and save buying Corn next Summer.
TH OS. F.. HA RMON.4
Oct. 1, 39-tI.
Contemplating a change in our busiaess
at an early day, we have determined to sell
goods in the future
AT SHORT PROFITS
With our experience we are satisfied that it
will be to our interest as well as the
'Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to confine ourselves strictly to the CASH .
SYSTEM, and.SEL L FOR SHORT PROFITS.
We hope our friends,, and the public gene
rally, will give us a trial under this new
system upon which we mow enter, and we
w ill endeavor to make it to their int.rest to
give us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stock of
Heavy and Family Groceries,
and a CONSTANT SUPPLT of the
to the examination of whie we invite all
~per-ons wishing to purchase goods in our
line before they make tbeir purchases.
R. MOO0MAN & tJO.
All persons indebted to us by note or
account, are most earnestly reqjuestell to
make payment at once. All our claims are
past due and we must have them settled.
We inean what we say.
I Ma. 10 , 1 A_0tf.
JAMES M. WILSON.
ers a very large and well selected Stock
,ription, which will be sold as low as in
o examine our Stock.
MINC & CO.,
, CORNER OF CHURCH STREET.
B & C0.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.,
nd a good line of
Wooden and Willow Ware,
s., Ii .., 5 and 10 gallon kegs, also a 1
wheat Flour in abut'ance.
E. H. O'N. IIARRINGTON.
AND AT .
My Stock of FALL GOODS, consisting of
IRY COODS-AlI varieties, C
1OOTS A N D SH O ES-all prices, c
R OCE R I.S-all grades,
And many other articles suitable for C
II People and All Pockets,
now in store, and to which will be con- C
antly added, everything in aeason. C
I respectfully invite my old customers as C
eli as new ones, to visit my store, examine
ock and prices, and if agreeable to them,
ve me a share of patronage.
Under Pool's Hotel.
Sep. 17l, 37-3m.
3AGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
[. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Calid well and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
as just received and opening a general as
. LIQUORS, &c.
HICH WILL BE SOLD
iow for Cash, or coun
'h iieingenierally are invited
Y 4la4 egalino my stock be
we puchasing.eIse where.
'h Higha?rice Paid for
Sept 25 39 tf
re reeeiving their RALL SUPPLY of
CU TL E RY,
~a[on and Bu[y Maial,
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
ETC., ETC., ETC..
Oct. 2, 40--tf.
DO YOU WANT
Excelent in Quality?
IF SO, GO TO
KRS. D. MOWER,
~here can be found Flour, Bacon, Molar
tes, Sugar,Coffee, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
t the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the HERALD
)#ice is the pltce
F~or Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attention.
Ap. 2o, 1...tf.
FALL AND I/NTER,
H A T S,
;A .' Furflishirig God.sl
Our: Stock this Fal has been selected
with great care, and we unhesitatingly say,
he best ever brought to this City. Our
joods are too well known for their style
nd workmanship'to need praise at this
In the CUSTOM DEPARTMENT our
;00DS ARE BEAUTIFUL and under the
harge of a gentleman recently from one of
he best Houses North.
Do not fail to give us a call when in the
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Sep. 24, 38-tf.'
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o- ance, and when WRIGHT & ooo
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too vartety in style, and can be ooo
too seen oo.
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ipoo them ; for we feel certain that 0o0
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28OF WRIGHT & COPPOCK,m
oo NEWBER RY, S. C. ooo
May. 21, 20-tf.
Stoves, Tin Ware, Ac.
( At his Old Sta.nd,)
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
rade and the citinens of this and surround
ng Counties, with the most approved kinds
Together with atl varieties of
Fancy Coffee Biggins,
reapets, Cake and
Money Boxes, and
Neatly and expeditiously done,
ROOFING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
A pr. 9, 14-tf.
New A'netio~n and Commission
T HE undersigned have again associated
themselves under the old firm name of H.
& S. BEARD, for the purpose of transacting
the AUCTION and GENERAL~ COMMIS
SION BUSINESS in the city of Columbia,
andI have purchased from Mr. Thomas Steen*
his interesa in that business. The business
will be cont,ined iinahe store formierly occu
pied by Mr. S.een, on Main Street.
Any interest entrusted to their care will
be faithfully and promptly. attended to.
Cousignments of all kinds solicited.
CoLtBIu, September 11, 1873S.
Having disposed $ sny Auetion and Com
mission Business to Messrs. 1. & S. BEA RD,
I do cheerfully reconmmenid themt to the pa
tronage of my friends.
CottunIa, S. C., September 10, 1873.
Sept. 24, $S-l n.
NE cABLI WRK SHOPI
W. H. HARRiS
Respectfully informs his friends and the
public generally, that he is prcpared to
make and repair
All Kinds of Furniture
19 the best of styles, wit expedition and
at moderate prices.
Neatly, and any kind of work in his line
executed in a highly satisfactory manner.
Two doo.s North of L. R. Marshall's RdE.
$aurent. Oct. 1, 39-tf,
Mry Goods A Mt1illincry.
ISHl AT .A PHEMIUM1
MY GOOS& FANCY ARTICLES,
D. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
All the NEW STYLES of STAPLE and
D RY CGOODS,
ow received and ready for the CASH.
'verythiag to be sold at
EXTRA LOW PRICES.
Vil! not be UNDERSoL; by any Houwe in
Remember to call and see for yourse'f
eren you visit Colunbia.
C. F. JACKSON'S,
GREAT BARGALN HQU-E.
Oct. 1, 39-3m.
A[L AND W1ill I
ilk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
Drs. D. MOWER'S,
UNDER HERALD OFFICE.
Apr. l, 15-tf.
W. T. TARRANT,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
aps, Crockery, Saddlery, Harness; Trunks,
oeather, etc. Apr. 9, 14-tr.
ifteentk Year Opens Oet. 6th.
Tuition $:0 a Session.
Board $15 per month, including fuel and
Send for a Catalogue.
J. I. BONNER,
Aug. 27, 34-2m. Due West, S. C.
. F PIFER, A. L~ : . : Principa2.
Ias PAJNIE LEAVELL, : : Assistant.
re.WF ERR,R . usc1 Dep't.
The 'NENT SESSION of this SCHOOL
;ill begin on 18th SEPTE3EBER, 1873.
As far as the practical duties of life are
oncerned as thorough an education can be
btained at this School as at any Female
emlinarv in the State.
Tuition from $12.50 td #'2.50 per Sesqsion.
'aid in advance or satisfactorily secured.
Boarding can be obtained at'a, moderate
For particulars, inquire'of S. E.;B00ZER,
ecc. B'd., or ol
A. P. PiFER, Principal.
Ang 0, 31--tf.
Lnd study in the great Metropolis of the
Mississippi Valley and find emnploymaent.
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
RO6BL BIJINSS MlOOL
Established 14 Years I
And has furnished more business men to
graduate than ten otber similar institutions.
To Young Men Seeking EB
We guarantee to procure situations on com
pletion of course, or refund i entire fees.
Reference to Students from Texas, Louis
iana, Arkansas, 1!ississippi and Alabama
Send for Circulars of this GREAT BUSI
NESS S?HOOL, to
THOS. A. RICE, Pres.,
210 and 212 N. 4th St.
July .30, '73-30-ly.
FOR SA LE.
The subscriber offers for sale a VALi'A
BLE COTTON PLANTATION, situated im
mediately on the Greenville & 6olumbis R.
R,nea' s.'da Old Town, consisting of
935 AC RESs,
300 of which is No. ! Cotton land; 100
acres of the bottom land, and .360 acres of
the upland in condition for cultivation, re
mxainder in timber. On the premises is a
convenient new dwelling, splendid well o
water, a good gin-house, barn, stables, and
over a dozen cabins for laborers. This
place, if properly tilled, is capable of pro
dlueing annually 150 bales cotton, 2,500
bushels Corn, with abundance of small grain.
Terms-One-third Cash, balance of put.
chase money in three annual instalnments,
with interest from date, and with maortgage
to secure unpaid purchase money.
If not sold privately, will. be offered to
the higbes.t bidder on Sale-day in Novem
ber next, at Newberry Court ilouse.
Any person can be shown thre premises
by Dr. J. N. Linadsey, who resides thereon,
or can address me at Saluda Old Town, in
care of Dr. John N. Lindsey.
THOS. A. FLOYD.
Sep. 1'T _ 7.-4t.