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Lxwx -To NEw ADvzuTiSMENTS.
Sherifrs Sales-J. J. Carrington.
Due WestFemale College-4. I. Boneiir.
Garden Seeds-Edw'd 1. Evans & Co.
Strayed or Stolen-G. G. DeWalt.
Xotice for~Final Discharge-Jacob Epting.
Valentins-L R. Marshall
Notice to Debtors-J. E. Webb & Co.
Christlau iidex-Jas. P. Harrison & Co.
Citation-Jas. C. Leahy.
Notic-Morwrman & Schumpert.
Ladies Burial Robes-R. C. Chapman.
EEx-ONx.-The time for the pay
ment of Iaxes-has beerbextended to the
7th of March. Th6se who have not al
ready paid will have a little more time
in which to hunt up the tribute money.
if ydu have anything to Auction send it to
3 W. C. CHASE & CO.
Mr. K C. Chapman is in receipt of
an assortment of neat and pretty White
Cashmre and Black Alpaca Burial
Robes, which he is prepared to furnish
Those in want of choice garden or
flowdi eie; seeds for the field or fruits
foFtfe or~hard, are referred to the ad
vertisemeintof Edw'd J. Evws & Co..
Nursermen.and Seedsmen, York, Pa.
Corrox is bought by
3 W. C. CHASE & CO.
BRIVALvEs.-Messrs. E. E. Davies &
Co, of the Columbia Useful Store,e
through their Newberry Agent, Mr.
-_Manum sent to the white house one
day last wieka mess of fine oysters,
for which thanks are tendered.
NA bachelor says if you hand a lady
a newspaper with a paragraph cut out
-of it, not~ a line of it will be read, but
*every bit 6f interest felt in,the paper by
the lady ill.centre in finding out what
the missing paragraph contained."
Fa.xxx.rs SErez,tSD'with Groceries, by
Acp~ ing to Beecher. "The cheap
isf ' 'inon earth is a mean man. A
faithful dog -dies. and-is missed, a good
-and stategiorse dies and is missed,
tho emigration of the birds in -autumn'
is a soutes of sadness. to us, but mean
men die and few tears fall."
3 W. C. CH ASE'S.
L. AN EXAMPLE OF HIGH TAXATION
-Among the 'tracts of lad sold last
Sale-day was one containing 100) acres,
hich birought $150. The taxes on the
-same this year, we learn, are between
'22 and $23, making the enormous tax
-f near fifteen cents on the dollar.
ni~Tis looks like first-class confiscation.
5:HOUSE ROOM WANTED.-Our Mont/.
.Zy says, "Oh, for a man with grit enough
in him to put up a half dozen new cot
.tages." We say so.too,in behalf of New
-bry only we are not p'articular wheth
er the -builder is a man or a woman,
unst so weget the cottages. Comieto
'the front, ye men of means, and let the
- oung folks go to housekeeping.
WasmsTB.-Fine Kentucky Corn Whiskey
-for sale-either by retail or wolesale, at
-2 W. C. CHASE &CO.'S.
Mr. J. Prescott Elridge, whose comn
ing to Newberry has been anxiously
-ooked for, has written to Post Master
Scott that he has been recalled to New
York, and is obliged, therefore, to fore
go his visit to this place for an indefi
A adte-time. --As soon as his engagements
permit he will apprise us when he cani
-appear before the citizens of Newberry.
SIDE-WALK IMfPROYEMEN'.-'We no
* eie that Mr. Newton Martin is widening
~~~walk opposite his dwelling.
1i~ak between his house and
- >ase's shall have been
eeive a M A ndwhich is ex
*last, from Mr. S.?n '
. on, that side of
fa:o Ki ttractive in
.Mr. H. Lik. mt of
oh the up~ Nw
a visit was
ting the fgne-m
ieturers oAl e
nd, a mfl5
nt, in city
te, and t
htall of J
f not b)escour-?rg
- ghastigt. Ijown
best :e fh.roes
e reversor at ro
ure migbr no 9large
war rae p
al 'naern p
HIS PIIOTOGRAPI GALLERY,
THE 1ST OF JANUARY.
To the large Ill over Messrs. J. E.
Webb & Co.'s Store, wliere- Ie will have t
plenty of good room, and more light.
and hopes to do satisfactory work at
the right prices.
Come all ye that love nice things. to
Wiseman's Grallerv. over Webb & Co.'s
The last 6nsus returns show the ex
istence of more trades and professions
among wom,,n tharr one would suppose
possible. - Besides women farmers.
there are forty-five. female stock herders,
five barbers, twenty-four fentists, two 1
hostlers, three porofessional hunters and
trappers, five lawyers. 5:' lhysicians,
ninety-seven clergywonen, seven sex
tons, ten canal women; 195 dray wo-J
men, one pilot, four gas stokers. thir-I
ty-three gunsmiiths, seven gunpowder
makers, sixteen ship riggers, with a
large numbher of artis: mS, mchnies, in
ventors. telegraph operators and teach
ers of navigation.
Fwry DOLLAR REwVAm.-Last Fri.
lay night, through the most inexcusa
ble negligence of the keeper, the Odd
Fellows' goat escaped from his cage and t
suceeded in thwarting every efibrt
:ade to retake him. He first rn n
towards Harmon's store, but, being thereh
headed by one or two of the swiftest
runners of the- Order, he suddenly
wheeled and weit off in the direction of C
Silas Johnstone's residence, where ie N
was lost sight of. Nothing has since
been heard of him. The lodgce is sore- h
y perplexed, and offers the reward of Il
ifty dollars to any one who will capture tI,
the said goat and return him to this of*
flee in sound condition. He is a large,
black Billy, about three feet nine inch es
high, with a brown streak down his
back to the tip of his tail, and a white it
qpot over the left shoulder. His horns
are rather long and are tipped with
brass, and he has an irrerressible pro
pensity of winking his right eye at
everybody he meets. I
A Goo> INVESTMFN'T.-WhV does not
5ome one of our monied men purchase a
the old Duncan lot just opposite this of
fice and erect on it a handsome brick
building? We understand that good
titles can now be given, and we really b
think that the investment would be a
ood one. Say, for instance, that the
blding is three stories high, the first 3
floor could be made a first-class store a
room, the second, a hall for the Tein
per:nce organizations, or a public hall,
the thir d, a hall for the orde-s of Mason
ry and Odd Fellowship. Th-tre would
be no difficulty in thus letting it out
and in getting a large per cent. in the a
way of rent.
And then think of -the philanthropy Pf
f the plan. What a general benefit it
would he in adding greatly to the ap- CI
pearnce of our delectable town. ' tl
FOR SALE.-We havre ~eral Stores and
other household implements, to sell on next
Saleday. W. C. CHASE & CO.
MILITARY GOVERNMENT FOR "
Such an idea has been suggested by n
some Tax-payers in Columbia as the ~
best resort to free the State from high ,
taxation, but how to free yourself from
paying high rates for cigars that are
eally very mean, is the subject that b
involves the special interest of every
ne who buys either as a dealer or pri- t
ate smoker. This problem has been
solved hy the "Indian Girl" who know
ing that the goods sold by her will stand
the test, (more cigars being retailed at
her wigwam than in any other store ina
the State.) proposes to fill orders at
rates that cannot be beat. Many have
tried and are pleased, and we feel au-C
thorized to say that all who send an
order to Messrs. Perry & Slawson, "in
dian Girl Cigar Store," Columbia, S. C., C
will be equally well pleased. At any3
rate we would advise every one who
indulges in this luxury to send to them
for a Price List or Samples. S-tf.
GocERIEs.-All kinds ofGroceries for
sale at W. C. CHASE'S
.VAI.NENxE's DAY.--Next Saturday '
being Valentine's day, timid lovers will
have a splendid opportunity of reveal
ing their everlasting passion and at thc I
same time remain incognita. What a
glorious chance ! And then you can
poke fun at a man without running the
risk of getting your nose smashed.
What a delightful privilege ! It is an
old custom and nobody can grumble.-t
Let them fiy; you can get all sorts at
Chapman's book store.
While in this connection, we beg
leave to pr esent to ourreaders the follow
ing article on this subject whien we have
clipped from the Sumter Watelnnan. It
is somewhat better than ours, modesty
compels us to say:
According to some ecclesiaLstical wr.i
ters, Valentine-familiarly known as
.Saint-wvas a bishop, and by others he<
is accredited a presbyter, who was be
headed at Rome in the reign of the Emi-1
peror Clatudius (A. 1). 270), and wast
early canonlized. Wheatly says that St.
Valentine "wats a man of most admnira
ble parts, and so famous for his love anid
charity, that the custom of choosing val
entines upon his festival (which is still
practiced) took its rise from thenee.-.
Mr. Brand, however, (Popular Antiqui.'
ties, vol. i., p 47) says that he cannot
find in the life of the Saint any circum
stances likely to have given origin to
'he peculiair customs of the day.
1 Others suppos the familiar custoni.
-allded to hy Chauser, and Sha:k
eae in the "Two Gentlemen of Vero
S,"to hav~e been derived from the idea
.at birds are supposed to select their
-ates on this day. IIerrick poetical
speaks of the notion and custom thus:
': have I heard both youths and virgins say,
~inds choose their mates,and e@pe too, this
Others again claim that it originated
'from a p)ractice prevalent in ancaent
Rome, at the festival of the Lupercalia
Ihold during the month of February,
whe,. muosg other ceremoies. the
naes of young wen~t were placed in
a box, froin which they were taken by
young men, according as chance direct
d. The pastors of the early church,
finding it impossible to extirpate this
Pagan ceremony, changed its form.
~s once practiced, we are told by an an
cient writer, it was thre custom on the
eve of Feb. 14, St. Valentincci Day, t
have thie names of a select number of
one sex put into some vessel by an
equal number of the other; and there-,
upon every one drew a r.:.mle, which.
for the this being, was cailled his or
It appears that the Rteformnes atta.ck
ed thi.~ as well as other lege'ndary c'us:
01.ofn .i teir unu- : an:e tat the n~oma ;l
ts teilselves beallme SOinuch dissat
Niv;wih it (h:Jev-ices weie invIi,
41 ftor turning the' dlay -'o proftabhle ui,:..
.S, for itance, t. Frallels d-Sales in
rodcned tlie practaice of dra.ving lot;
or D u.n saint oin it., by w:y of sub
Grose explailns Vnlentne to mie-.
'the first womian seen by a in:.n. or nii
y a womanon(i that dtay.- wve
11 Iti m:Iv he. it is certai hat th.
ustmo,i'l daIi(-s back t.i a very earlyp
iod, and iuis one of 1th vew Sint's la'
i the calender popularly reimnibreid
nd observed in E i%:l, u here i! i
liteh practiced in theik lious- of' the
:nglish gentrv :- the returns of t1w
00ost O04einaibl ny
From the Old Worbi it was tranis
lanted to the New, where it is still oh
erved to a verv onsisderabl(e exteii:.
ew York an'd other Northiern chi
atalin houses of 1argce cai.pit:1 an'l .i
eSS. eplliloved solvi ini tile printlin
lid manuofa~cture of Valeuntinevs. anid
>illions of nony is vearlv spept in
lis colintry inl this wav.
r Till': TOWN AND COIUNTY.
Culminating inl a storm) (if ;l!(t on
01ndav c'vellilg hlad Co.itiulling thr1u;zgl
ie night-a porton o1f wich iielted
e':tlh the sun of vl.tlay.
We learn tat the d: ti of Mrs.
,irge of Propitrity. reporb-l to h1:1ve
Il the 'M!ilgletis. is now 11m11 1t
Our friend, Z41d, dowi tje way. is
'litewashll-n' his big ho u s e. l is
ead is level. And just oipposite. C"'1h.
enwiek is framing a dweling on the
ot where the old liverv stables stood.
Somebody else ought to do like the
olonel, is we are needing houses in
ewberrV a little of the worst.
We ilet Hezekia:h Jonsing the oth
e day, and upon our congr:u111111t il r
im on the extension of the time for
le pallont of taxes, he said. Ihe
te p:mniek nearly tuk tile hipe sites (Ill
ie and Betsy, bult if the time h: 't
eel (ekstelnded we ondontedly wouhl
ave ihuted sure.' He said that lletsy
-as -alin'" a little now, but when -he
ot well lie would write us another Iet
What has become of Sweeny, the ne
olar store mian? Like a comet he
ashed upon the vision of us henighted
urghers and is gone glimmering. Ilis
eparture breaks our hearts, pairtitu
rlV that of the man that put lp the
,icves for him.
This reminds us of two gents, Sim
ers and Wilson, who represented
lemselves as agents of the W'.1eeler &
Vilsoa Sewing Machine, and who a
nw days a(4o cheatel the Browa Hotel
f Winshoro, S. C.. out of their loard
y skedaddling ullexpecte(ly. Vi.
rown, the proprietor, offers a free
inner to every editor who will publishi
ese gents, so we claii one, and hoP.
essrs. Chase and 'Milai will pattern
fter tw Wit nnsboro landlord and give
s one for this warninig.
Talking about eating ahwaysitemiid,
s of Marshall's oysters. They are ih
:lutely indispensable to any well reg
A painful situation-sittinMg down on
A vacant feeling-to feel ill your
oekets and fmd no greenbacks.
ir. Brown said he asked Smithers thle
ther day to pay him that quairter lIe
>aneid him laist sumomer aInd Smithers.
ie rascal, toldl hum that his bank had
.spended p)aymnent. WVe always thloughlt
mtithers a cute chap.
Instead of sending a valentine to
our sweethleart next Saturdlay, go
round to Speck's and get her a ring.
Now is the time for farmiers to "pitch"
icir crops. Go to bedkding anld ma
tiring whenever a suitable day pre
Doestic misery-an empty flour
The chicken roosts were und(istturh-d
tst week by nocturnal lifters,.so far a
An early call-the morning note of
Gen. M1eDowell, commander of the
otthern Mfilitaryv Department, visited
e garrison here for military inspection,.
ist Wednesday., The command undet
At. 3Miller ami( Anldrsoni received him
t the Depot.
Some v-ery handsome work is being
nrned. out h>y MIessrs. IIarris & Co..
ro11 their Cabhinet work rooms11. One
f the latest spcmn is a Dental
abinet for D)r. EX. C.Jones.
The Seig fatmi. neair Bth Eden
hihurch, will be cultivated this yea by
hr. Albert Sligh. We hlope he. will
aake oodles of corn andI o)ther gramun
A colored woman violently oesticuila
ing and talking on Saturday afterntooo,
vas heard to say she was as good as
ny 0ne in the Conference. WXhethler
he proved the assertion in meetin' or
Lt, we don't know. -
A calico colored turkey a few inlin
ites before was seen by our reporter ii
he rs of a small colored boy. It
as rumored the turkey wvas a Confer
Perhaps 'the ire of tile ab)ove men
ioed v:oman was arousedl by the sight
>f the ird. by reason of her appetite
It is said of theC women of the period
hat they' ain't got sense enoutghI to
ile hot irater."' This remark has 110
oal reference whattever.
But this has: Smith, thle auctioneer,
ILpopular man, a wit and a gentle
nan. No person is offendedl at wht
ie says, and many a-.hearty laug~h hasI
ie provoked by hlis humo(rotus saymlgs.
I h waIs recently engagel 11 a sale of
~s. iIe had just got t-on,g!g
ind a half. a hllf, giing! wheniOl he
vinlk is alwvays ats goodi aS .a nodi toa
lini horse, or~ to a keen-sighlteil nu
.ioneert ilo Smith wvinked atid tile 1n1u1
"'miithl kept "goinlg, going.gollg," wahi1
lot of gissware, stove-hiip(e, carti't.
0ts nd perimni~ery, and fially~ the hit
vvs knocked down
" 'o-a who?" said Smuith, gzinhtg at
ie -liniilg stranlger.
"W 1h? G;ollr' sidl the str'anlger. "~I
-Wyi, you,. sir." said Smuli.
"Yes. yes, you hid oni the lot," said!
- 'ile? Daruned if I did," insi..ned tihl
"Why, did vo ot w ink ando keep
"WXinkin''! Well I (lid sO; so dtiL V(u
wink att mue. I thioug.ht y~ou was wvliik
ing as much~l as to 5ay. -Keep dark. I'll
stik somebody in that lit oif stuff:' and
I w ~inkedl aiS nilchl 11s to say. -Il he
.I:arned if you don't mis5ter.
Thie taLxation of England amounltsito
E2,900.00) on real prop)erty andl E4->,
31 I)000 on personal property p)er an
Within thte last thren mounths tie:
President has alppointed thity paat
mis tresses. The consequ'ees mdigh t
ha:ve been antici paed. Twet-.'ven
>f them have ahieadyv notinied their huls
bands that their services are~ no longer
1LiFE HAS FEw C HA R s :or tie 's~ic
whhich is not to be wonidered at when we nake
into acconut the amoant of ibodiy and mu"n
ttalsuffern: that this distressing miaadIy
renerates. The Peruvian Sy rp (a protx
ide of iron) ba- curedl thouands who were
~eris~ ft~etp this diese.
.."p'l'.mtS m a .-i' 0:0 n.. difli-'
: - !!?- publi, eS' u 'XI the C'*:(-.
.\', I f: ly, lmt "; is 1,i, he , tm
- l( 3 alLe best. The J": ar
ume. before as)3 & Cuon., (o 'jand:ti
vspr.,mise of szill b-trti .&wl
.evev r.ne or nur raderN t eo:n 1 en
.,:i:- :o Rt. S. T &opo Co., acot
(..-o :sml op,gvn Mrs pre
TI1 TAt I F .\N III 1:jEN3IY
rauI3i onthJ vat Vl'rNSi filialprps
n3 relidae ctn Iw bp statnd ln-i p
nOhN ve w C a. a COM m itt Co. -a h41rI
:erl m:nb-rshavu m:li,. puiblii.
an b tie coniiUittee on e iiv j(t
.oret er1r :1111 not wvij :- iew
!(-Ie1sing(- fron -;stomn, receipts. The
m 3ndments. hover'r. which Iev re
tammniend wvill have the effe.t ofi increas
o1: zih. rcvlv<-n ait1v o n,ill1,!nS til
W"l.. WNr and bookS. It i& apprhvntd
d 1I voino ofh! hle inenibvi- ofIi e in
Litt'.e tI:It Oi in6.:' tion3 f h1113St.
mi..: .lm3 t ! t x 1 Iti3 i ;33.1 law ay I 1u-ve
he i1"wt. of re-openii g i 1-111iih . -
kv 416 1I&ar Th. b):nking b-IlS r(!
kwit:d bn- the c,njmLtte,- on inanking
-l trreV il colliiiCe of the Xlwlol'
a the state' f the 13nion, :lus! tile'bill
mniting the virculn.iin .)fi eg:d,enlr
.3 %)I ,000. amd such other fin111
omminittc.t of waI ne:uls, wvill be
WN,&irl in o ci 1on with it and :l
indtrv<l propo.i'tiou.s. No "ine' ventLures
j Inredi't the disposition wid-1 will bhk
ad.. of the1in.-.1.ts 3..:,! iurk.
Tm- M sn:--- Cit --
illage of Auevlisadvic inity,
i the district f in;iurS. F:u,e' lo3
;en fAr the p:n1,r -w moWts tIe L
Wd ivserieum, urder havu nucced
d m u= PR , il. w a Vel.
SOn hOve beenl p1r,trated wII,
t13the presenlt :u'anth.::" C 3me-lte1pr
1 1 a. r'. 0: C\3'31:. ',-:: ;I13
:: lul: d his wife. w,rem
re1 ary neevonii;.4 by right 1
p, onlialht. .A fkw Iionths later thet
eeVCVv1 wvi!h:,ut bei!:t abhe to give
n1 acUcoit of t'he mian who attacked
-r. A few days atftcr an ,1d t.-ilor
VaS killed wi a h:11m:r, Iahdi ear
n the eveninu, nd1 in November a
1n111 of property, nal"t- Duval, was
;:urderal. In hI.- own thrc-sho1i h bout
ve 'ldock in the ,ftcrnoon. About
bri.inas time two n:uidun ladYes
veru also murdlerd in own house.
Mhe 1 lSW ,f,lig ee.imnihir ini
JI 3 case, uull t witlh a hia1ner, No
cAM he r lub, and the ealy evenin
thet ti;!- st]leCte<d e,rpdm
, :k av imen these deeds Ii
>A -ishv(l. 1n.e1C is Iluri. than suspet
-d, and the-u' lpp.-to of' the
Aace. live in cuiLant droad. not kovw
'1" who Will IXt bit slec fo.r the
qscissiI'I weapoln. 1i"ors aret heavily
aurrWhdi After niglitfall.:ollepi -
.LVI .s 13rl VIl :i to sove't Iltie turnt3 II
NEWBERk3Y, 4februar'y 10.-Fthe tranC8c
ion iu co)tton1 during 31he week past giv.e
:. 1den3ce of a g'l(d conldjion i3 tihe malrket,
Nunhr of bales.' shlippedJ 73.
L1.mn:PooL, l'c1bruary 9.-Cottr.n active
tnd firmert-uplands '7; ;Orleans S3'.
NEWv YO2K, F'ebruar1y '9 -Cotton du!l:
les 3.20 baIes, at3 16;316?. Gold 12:a12:.
AvoGuT;-A, Februaryii 9.-Cotton demand
Cii AuasT-ox. Eiebruary 9:-Cotton firti
Faicts worth kn,owing! One of thec be3t in
licain of33'0 thle South, and1 prospeiiyi of
hrles.t3n, i to be foundl at the L.stab!!isb
u t of Mess~rs. L. 11. 1L\LL & Co., located
It Nos. ',1, 0, S Market St., 22:3 & 2'2. East
1ay. Thle rap 1id 1'Iy II inceain bu:..iness lar.
er 3.f tis firml, has:l in3duced ftem to en-'
,!1.3 every :31'cceivable' article0 that can be re
ulure in the bildin. of 3a houseb, from a3
alIL'ter to uy size timbser. Our friends ini
he C:ty, and 113: .ugthout the State who con-1
emph11.I. 13e 1 b llirg a h.uae ca3n be stuppled
th ll t he mateia:'ls neLcessary1 for its con
true:ion, at3 pries and1 (1ual ity. of wor3)k wh3ichI
1'il 5.ave a1 largec pere1'I.t:ge in the1 cost of1
110im:on elt, et:d.r.ed .': 3someC of the be-t
ris in the cou::try'. Sen3d fo3r ric listS and1
The ability of the h3uman body to' resist the
a1,3ul o dises depends1'33'13 npon01 Pis v.igor' anld
poni the reulharity with: which the0 seveiral
rg.3t1 pe..rIrrm thleir tune: ions. 1II .bc nin
r thle moSt pIrolinIC sonIrtees of sicknes are
lamp and 'old, and3 it iS thcieefor wi3e and
r3uleut to for1tify' the1 'y.te aL.n1 ga1iSt 1them1
y13 wholeSOme stimlato1ts313. 1len1ce it is
hat:3 IIostetter1's R3omlach lhitters prove such
a.1 111r3:rable2 sprIeguarIld :3rninst 11he COml
lu Ilts most05 c.'ommon; :t tis sea...l. Tbc
nred.ients of' th1is powerful3I:3 ve'getab!e 13nvig
ran31t compris15. three1 e~ssent1il medicinal1 ele
ilents whichl act '.iO>UItaneCously upon the di
estion,the 10cirenilationl, the acre':ions, aInd
ato' all. In this :3way3 the 1itters5 put1 thle
t"o.dy in the best possile conditionl1 t e'1cape
er, or indiagest. or(3 . h.iiSe Cr1 un!
rcrres-ing, 310 'ma : 3 much 51) a excessive
hat, 1a1nd a~1 prte:'3e medIIiine is quite 11
needfull Un 311:iter IasLI in' 10amme313r1. The Com
eriL(31 al iU'ants "( 133 un. wisely. taken] 1iu the3
form i'of dra:n3 to) ''keep out1 theC cld," have
by !Ios'tete's 1 i:r. Theicir lir'st ralt i
53uccded3. by'. a1 retion"01 whiichi dev3'italizes
and)3 pr3O<trate3s t he system33 wile o3(n the 0:h3r
haml31, the3 tonic and1. vitalizing oipera01to 03f
imr aeIbn1e, but1 per''31un13nt. There) 1s no0
revuion, no0 iiever3e n1ervousi action0. Thel
phyiquel1112 l tengteneLC0. the. u3ppeit'1e in
cr'e:I'ed,l :hea. bow3V3!'i . regn:a td :he: '1:omach21
r nrrt'1")3c. :1 1 ar ltese condIIition:3 cominue11. Ii
3vp i3-1. or31 rheInin.:tL-:n, onr billion,ne-3.'S, o
intermit:nt fever,21' 4or ;2in:'raI debiity, or.
ne-rvou'1i3 wea1'kness', is pre,ent ill :he sy2-1em1,
'xael i. wi:h1 thi: puu3 :md3 :03 baineS untido:
3.1 s:el3i1u.*, not als7 C iC31ed'y f3,r i larg
ela0Ss ot ditsorder.Is. Feb3 4, u-tim.
It is Not (6teeally Knoiwn
Tiat tile shortest possib!e route beLtweenII
the: Solu and13 3Great1 West is th:rou.:h S'
f,eIds, o.er the St. L.ois. l(:ansas I ity land
Notern 3-hort Line3'.'. Eia road1 las Z:Iaied
slrpri.- ng iml r:an1ce bay rea:son of' 13mmen1.31e
exe'tltres 133 the3 la-t two21 years, of? 0v.'
3t1.0milli.>ao do!itars, be3313ies 11 ea r S, in in
p:ove:3.es3s 01' roa-i-way. i:n reilayin-. Iheir
line with blast qluality o1flnew steel and33 irn
r:i, on1 iro'L ne2w ties, and3S:1~ 'bitu:in
fo r noar c:rs, new re-lininig Chlair coach
og elegantly c4rpet::d at;4 fitted. wilei dres
d1ie2. geu:'e en0l and famiAlies travli:::g WI:
ch ilren, w33i1hout ::ny~ extral cha3rIe. 'This
1li1e run31 six fast1Expre'ssin between213 cf ti.e
Missis3ppi and Missouri Riv'ers, 332 w33more
than3 any othier roald, and connects wi:h .a
the great Land Gran~jt Iloads in the West.
ad has 'adopted all mod3Yerul 'Jppli.mlces for
cofor't, speed'3 and)1 safeguard3(S :igain 3t5ei
Iettin:cludiu g1 nighit and. day3 watchmen,whol .1
3:.e.t ti.e ion4 i;':11re ..'a :312er 'h.psn
' each trainO 1o see that everyti3;1 is in3 11.
de. Wc recommlfenld thO '' 3contemIt 1 ingl a1 .
trip West to take 1the St. i'Ltuiv K-:na City1
and No:rthernt Short Li:3e, it b,eing the otly
line runn3ing thlrough ears between21 St Louie
and Umahla, and1 for' tickects ove'r tilS ee!
L-ll une w' refer our :e:oders to anyl ticket
eiter J. i:. McC..lrthy, Cinciinnsti, 0.; or P.
B. Groat, St. Louis, Mo., ei - ' whpm
wmt fulrnish any3 informaton 4-tf
Nevbeprv Bu Sile6s DiPoCt011.
Ca rs wr l -f-ieer'e :i -rt.-<i lner appro
nri:tU he(.: 1 ln:.s in1 . i.i; 11:n . P,ruf.- onl
ii ineni. M:reini:Li,- Meel.:anie.i und TVradIes
i:rally. .jhOnl have plce in *hi i
-eOiV orv.~ iers nat(a-ran-.
Dry Goo:is, S.bo,s, &c.
FALL *: POOL.--Whole :.e. and r-tall
i. alers in Forkigii : doniestiv Di-y
U-6.lI. E::brQitie., Notiuns. .
:1 114IC, P. V. & i'. S.--ie:-r in
)ry G-.ods, Groceries, Clothin, Hats, Shos.
Cotton Buyers, &c.
LOvELACE: & WilEE :~ LEli;.-ih-aler-!in litrv
oGoo:s. G rVeries. Clot hin i. t s.hoe.
int-.. Gieeral %to k (f all kInds ci lt,:
T )j, Mt.-Deal'er in Generi:J %:!rch;i
4diz . )ry G . Da:wy o ( r..-'
is. TiHO.'-rv .. :o "I'001s. (Awh
llt.!. Crov -ry . al,Nti . n't .al norh
. ( ie l i . 'ica.ra. 1:1.*r. :o .iz-ry n
n .I Te .'L-, Dry.k i, o!"-, t ion l -.
G : C r ;o er . ] a d 6hoe. . , :ild. Ia nc.
Booa s and :-tiorry.
' I'3 N, .JOHNY 1'.---Boks vn(iS~ain
c ry. A 1:Lde in
Stoves and Tin Ware.
.\Gl1T, W. T.-Drwnyr il Cooki:g id
a r er v. ,- all hes,: : o Tii %V.an
Fue sriture-Carpi etLry.
idi.tGorniof all kid o :
Boo. andRStation hnry. plii
w;,irs red. M nadsses ind'. 4:;
N~V. H.-Cabint,-t V.arit ,nt . Fill
Stlv ns and repird. Car mer
A W!! L.. . l--31eil. 'erved at .1ll
trw '4. iFC.u 1i. zLd v-i*,i
L,i. Tle in T.eirin Cokifeetinal
ri as. & m. 4:;
V-jdj.ELN. E. Ai.- deso hadst. All
d - ia or 'nne t:lkn.-:ld luriture.
p it-I I :W l . ' :
lie iu' t&il e CourtS O t1iiS .ate ar-1
tlie iled StateS CoUll.
MOIIAN & SCII AL-E RT.-Attorlys
l h- Lw. 11rneti-v inh :inl tie Comts Of
aSon. ale in ecwres Confti eca(t.ion
.l'rwtives it: all tile Courtsi of
rhe, &ca . 4:11
E. . AN. 1W. .- (!%i i t Arti. 01 l
ONES. 1fA it.ars at Ld tuicet
oe :ni tre:et,d 1. 43.I. o e'
.. ..-M-mmets P1E-ittr e toy-r
tiv di all kind of thirle .adt granite
vothe n-it e Siti.Cut
at I.. r.-Dicaler inll Foreirt nd
j)t:ae.znd i i.hbl. Moite tat IS Itlai. e
i otler iii A p,t e for
1 District.Pub-ics InallteCurso
E I\'EL, J-3nn.-Mitl iae tl o
dot, and lin , of aroie ndy ra:i
-rnatl .entel. 4:
PEERSS. LM.. \.-Dari orn andn
D-:etili eran. Monunles ticea
o orer inbetstls.
E\PE AhhNCE... HALL.te-Wil Fe rtedto
publie etrainmeiC s ton ailtnday. Beg
--eek. .aos C 4:1
AIEI1.;. JON .s &XilrI PA RKER.--Manuatnd
rers tato Manpp es a adlery on l
otton Gu,o prvdsye n
tranted-. 4ln o nple adae
HASE,; W]. .& CO.R-uctian Com
* iss.:ionMerchan. - alesti Stw)iea
LieInCU -I~iRN A.J.& O-Cmmso
Gnsfrccoer, Cannad Goodrkley'.B
W INAS,I. A.-Dalerh in Groceries an
~ VAYE. MA.TIN.-Dreaers. inGroce.
A ries,~ (Poniatin Supies, Hoardware,i
m ai.! otnB ies 4.3
BEAvlI:.LA ! & PARO.-Goer nd o
a Pri-inDealer, Plntation Supplies
Gracc, s Cnnd oos,&
W lLK E)l. .1. (.-lh-aer in Groceris,o Cal
ned Gods.Perfuery,agnd ,y ofal
escritioand egt. s 4:1
Ie.:LAC. iA. oDr.--Grnterien Cannd
GodConfceretioners, rTs.co ui
BPEK.. .1 .Fe&el CO.-Groerand Po
vis ofnkns Delris lntsaion, SutpliSs,
tindsi& T.ctCnne God,.lagng is
ewl'oacoyn earn. Wa4hMes
D elr .Oin Groceies. intain Goodis.~
ccuanos,. & c 4. cSS,Fnyoo..&
SPEIGK.J F.-FrenPC and Ameicain Coth
Vyng.t etleie;. utToac gnd>
rielar Slibestkins. Trns aie,&.4:
rICK OER. A1I. D.-.-Ca ny nd onteetions.
ofa kids. ruitsnad in aon, NutS
Pl Ealer iOn F.--eral inanie. Wach
. RIGER. &RS COP.--Dealers ain CathI
rly hes ras Trnks .Clises, &. 43
ANOW ER.1 3S. D.-Iillineryt Gosiae
iiknds Bnetea ini laest, Medyine.
AlI hemialer ir geal rchtndize -a4d
""'AT RDt. . F.-Dru :.tit hlesale n
Winesiuc~:i'IL.nr o ct~' lte. 4:1
illi.n.-ey re Goods,r o
Sikand iStrawok, c Sti G ood,
L EN RD J I.a&rO-Wolsa an dRe
Dry OvNa;s ope atlne
ilnDERy ERL ods,FCE
THE abve STANDAll FERTILIZEI
h1e South wil:; unequalled :tcce- are ;911i
svi.4-:e:-un, %.*-"zhi- :he Sid.ird i;.r.:t
P 0 L ' L -1t Ii )i ck ..r t 0
POLLAR D &0,
100 VONS IN STOTh
J. E. WEBB & CC
Dec. 11, 4.1- :;!.
We are or-ering our v.u-io.i tiris season on
the follOwVIIg liberal teru11:
PH(ENIX GUANO, pr Ton of 2000 ls.$57,50
WILCOX, G.BBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO, Per To.. of 2000 lbs. $70,00.
$1.00 per tio .'ray:e to b-- :ilded.) On
crcdit until ],t 'ovembuer. .L, with
0PTION tF PAY1NG IN MIlDDLING COT
T;)N. DiEI VEltD AT BUYER:' NEAR
EST DEi'OT, AT 15c. PEP L1;.
A disc;ot of $Iu.00 per ton will be al
lowed for C:1sh.
Our A,ents throughout the State sl-1 at
ame I priesIo and n in te i-: *- Ive.
Hand in your ordcrs to nearcst Agent., .
Tr-J1 CQU, 6 rPeSs 4o
CIIA ICLESTON, S. C.
Fe b. -1, 5--Gt.
T~ H: E 1, '
WILL BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
$50 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
$55 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
PLA.BLE NOVEMBERl 1, 1874,
FREE OF INTEREST.
FREIGHT AND DRAYAGE TO BE ADDED,
ITS SUCCESS 18
AND ITS~ STANDJARD IS
A No. 1.
WILL. BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
$33 per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
$38 PER TON OF 2,000 lbs.
Payable November 1, 18U1,
FREE OF INTEREST.
FREIGHT AND DRAYAeE TO!BE ADDED.
Ftrl SALE l1W
A. J1. McCAUGHRIN &
C O., Newberry, S. C.
H..S. BOOZER & Co.,
Prosperity, S. C.
GE0, W,' WILLIIlS& 00,~
At Charleston, S. C
Jan. h, 2-4m.
Pacific Guano Company's
(CA PIT AL $100,0000
SLUBLE PRiFit' GLINO
TH IS GUANO is now so well known it
all the Southern States, for its remarkah
elects as an agency for inc realsing tlie pro
docts o1 !l'oor, as not to requrire special re
co:nmrenidation from: us. Its use for eigh
years past has established its character fo~
reliable e:;eellene.-e. The hrge nixed capita
invsted by the Cunmpany in this trade afford:
te surest guarranltee of the continued excel
nee of this Guano. The supplies put inar
market this seaisonl are as heretofore pie
pared under the superintendence of Dr. St
Juia n Ravenel, C'hemrist of thre (omrpany, al
Charleston, S. ('. Hence planters may res
assured that its quality a:.d coarnesitionr i:
preciselv the s&;:le ;gs that hieratofore sold
J. N. ROSSON,
S'eiling Agent, Cha.'restort, S. C
JOHNY S. REESE & CO.,
G,eneral Agents, B'arimm"e.
Ter nit-818 caSh: $5:; time, a ithout inte
To accommodate planters, they can orde1
now anrd hiave until let of April to decidt
a to wh,ethe r they will take at time or casi
prce. W hen delivered from the factory b'
te eair load, no drayage will be charged.
ACID1 PHOSPHATE, G;UANO, DONE
PLATER, &c., always c.n hant, qnalit:
gpraged J N. ROIUSON.
i\ EXtELLENT PIIN
For Sale Cheap.
Thre ::t.Oscribers have in their store roon
a NO. 1 PIANO, which will be su!d chei
for e'h. Apply ear ly.
ARRIS & HOUSE \L.
Jan. 1, 2_tf.
). .eneral Agent:s'i ..
Carriages, a11egofans. Xc.
HIding and Repai Faclij
iie sibscribi-r take. this mivhod of in
fi11;i.h friop'nds ln.I t he publi. 111.t he
lrpae t so mke jt repa
BUGIVIES AND WAGONS
All kinds ol
SHOT CUNS AND RIF1LES,
Poor Locks and Pad Locks,
Of all kial neatly repaired.
NEW SEATS IN ALL KIND OF CHAIRS,
Made to Order,
Cotton Screws Made Complete.
Old Copper, Lead and Brass Bou.ht.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
I respectfully solicit a share or patronage.
J. B. LasSALLE,
Prosl rity, !. C.. on linc of G. & C. R. R.
BB, JONES & PRUER,
T A N NE RS,
llar.ms .uyeai:rs oarv
Buggies and Carriages,
CA R RAG E BOLTS of all sizes.
SH AFT COU:PLINGS, &c.
The subscribers irer to the. pu blic a full
R~INE88 AND SIDDLERY,
of thir wn ma i inufacture.
Saddlery Hardware and Find
Leather Belting and
Rivets of all Kinds.
URESSING BL ACKING.
BUGGIES and CARRIAGES
on hand and made to order by pattern.
Children's Express WAGONS,
Full price s paid for HIDES at Store or
w. ii. WEBBP. | I,. J, JO.%:a. W. C. k'RKEiR.
Nov'. 5, 44-~tf.
Red and White Onion Sets and
For sale at
Dr. W. F. PRATT'S
J.D R UC STQ R I
Ntc.shereby :;an that we will ap
ply to the Probatt Judge of Newberry Co.
S. C., on the 19th daty of Februatry, A. D.
1874, to grant us a final discharge as Ad
Si nistrators with the will annexed, etc. of
Wmt. Smith, deceased.
*All persons having demar.ds againtst t'ie
*estate of saijd tieceased are reguired to pre
se:.t themz duly attested on or before that
JOHN D. SMITH,
J .AMES W. SMITH,
Adlmre. cum tes. annex.
jan 2 t
c)-y(oozz.X, Gizriers. xc.
wijl b :L w:tr.:. I te sub criber thit L:bl
anderrcir ne1't..e a 3e
TO BE TAK~EN
1:-t vi: 1; the F1::! Mih. n , where V:. k
premie is : le, al:w*t -nily u ll;the
-4d- 1o ~- iv :d !i 1- ian. h,:1 t he ,'ei*--e
muiltile 11. :L.r Ii I. a, -V .
;g:t anytin;:I Ii.y w :.a r:u. :1:.: IL.U!t ::t
v nt::e en:m : :mh n:!
READY F&R SEA!
If 1-1a." ' the I-a h. I -:nd'e.
JOHN P. KINARD,
FOJF MLE HCUSE.
AND MANY OTER
MAYEJ & IAII1TIX'S7
Heads of fatwilies and the puiblic -eneral
!v.are informed that our stock of FA.'MILY
SR0('E I E' is fIl7 and eomplcte. and
amulon.g wh1iCh ,%ill be fointd
PR ESEl:VED PINE APPLE.
PICK LED TONGUE, inbottle-,
LOBSTERS. in bottles,
DESsCATED COCOA NUT,
RAISINS, :, win wl,olexe
CANNED 11"i1 antdOY:ITEXS,
DEVILLED H AM,
Now is the time to lay in supplies.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Dec. :J tr
INew & Siiperio Stock
FALL AND WINTER.
LOVEL 1B & 14IEEL[ER
Havenco in Sore an ares till receiving, a
large and elegantt Stock of Go..ds in all ot
the folowing linecs:
compLrising every arti.:e whLich CanU he call
e.dfor. Togete wit ain soteutof
gentleen' and youth
OL OT HIN&G,
either for dress or businet.ss purpose~s,
BOOTS and SHOES,
of waranted m:ike, both; fine and heavy.
Somne beaultiful SHOES and GAITERS for
Besides thle abhove our Stock of
Groceries and Family
is of the comp Iletest kinid, resh,. choice and
We simp!y so!ieII ln eiation, feeling
satisfied of our abdit to plae eter in
variety, quality or in pie.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Sep. 24, as-tf.
. C. WILSON,
Of all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee. Rice,
Baon, Choice Hams.
Flour. Lard, Molasses.
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles. Caiuued Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BAGING AND7 TIES,
And all othier articles to be found in a GRO(.
CERY STORE, and all of ui hich will
BE SOLD CHEAP.
DO YOU WANT
IF So, GO To
MRS. D. M0OWER,
Wher:e. be founOd Flour, Dian, ilolas
Ce., .ngar, Coffee, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Markel
On the corner, and under the IEtLaI
Office is the place
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attention.
A pr. 23, 16-t f.
We are just in receipt of 35 BOXES of
TOBACCO of various grades and prices, at
wholesale or retail.*
LOVELACE & WEEIL(R.
May 28, 21-tfl
THS. M. LAKE
pee:uly announet-4 to the bu.,iness
HE HAS PURCHASED Tir.
-NTi 'FSTOCK OF GOODS OF 3ES.fS.
J E. WEBB & CO., al! of ~whW
wi. SELL ON MOST REASO..LE
A e .lZ rtion of the ,toC will ie sold
A t Cost for Cash I
1 m-ake room for othcr god.
I hapiy to State tht1 I wivo been
C 0 Who w ! have etiOre co:!* roe adMan
: igm- :: ' :f y b :ie-, :t::d I feel aissured
th.at the e.\periei:ec of tis gentleuan, ad4
ed to h ' r.re briness qu :cis, w:.lrant
cHe ni!! te ass s:ed by
Mr. J1. !!. :I .rd wi was ei:tagd ina the
lir:.: to:z.h ier a Mr. Ccu. W.
A shar- of public patronage is solicited.
THOS. . LAKE.
Feb. 4, -t
TI,E F, IML
Respectfilly informvs hi. ctstouters and
the pu"blie _ecuerally of Newberry, ai:d sur
routiding country, tahe i.as remioved to
Eie-ynt and Commodious Store
lately occupied by R. G. Shiver & Co.,.
and that h i1hs added largely to his stolk
in ali the 'vaiious !;nes of
- Nic Nacs,
Bagging, Ties, Grain,
I Woodenware, &c.,
Which He Ofers Low for Cash!
Cus,tomers in, want of goods, need only
ask for thw;n to be at once supplied, by any
of thelar: corps of Salenien who will be
attentive to every demawi.
My stoe:: is inadispu:ably
Large, Varied andi Cheap.
Par:ies wan ting. Fe'ilizers will be sup
pild wth te
on most libreral terms
All that I ask is t!:at buyers visit myv
store, to g-iaratee mec a conatia:naceof the
very generous j>atroniage acco:ded mue in:
the past, anid for n hiehi I here take ocea
sion to retun mv thanks.
THOS. F. HARMON,
Next Door to Bank.
IS RECEIVING IS
FALL and WVITER
And his stock is large and varied, itfe
IrBss and FaIll OairIlnt,
A.s well as in
HEAVY WOOLENS, &c.
SHORT PROFITS FOR QUICK
SALES AND SATISFACTION
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
Oct 1, :-tf.
[El VE. E I II
&c., &c., &c.
A!eo, A;;en:s for thec most pop':ar Fer.
tilizers, viz: 'The STONO, and WILCoN,
GIBBS & CO.'S GU.ANOS.
Oct. 15, 41-tf.
The State of South Carolina.
No tic ishrby gie that I v. ! ::pply
to the Prob. e Cout for New lerry outy,
on the tweny-firt a of Feb: u.ry nowv
ne.c en' n, for dischr" - :-- Excu:. of
theWii! ef James S oan. '-:*07 decesed
H. T. tiLOAN,
No mo:e keepng o Boos duin the
vear 1874. Santa Clau:s said it wi not do.
All orders nmust be r.ecompanied with the
(hash, or no go. A. M. WICKER.
Dee n 1-2 -m.