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Special and Local.
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of fifteen cents Ter .liAe-liberal contracts
made for three, six or twelve months. tf.
The American Sardine Co.'s Bone
less Sardines, are niuch-better, andi
less than halfthe cost of imported
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-oming pMAre d to pay for thu zoame
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held responsible for the payment.
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publication of all notices in Bankrupt cases.
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be paid for tI advauce, if the parties adver
ting do not reside in town.
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itear these things in mind. 3-:f,
jXDXX TO Nxw. ADv:TISKMENTS.
McIall & Pool-Local Notices.
Perry & Sluawson-Local Notice.
Mngsavd & Heath-Local Notice.
T. M. lake-Groceries, &c.
Jacob Luther Ayll-Notice for Final Dis
SJo. J. Cook-Notice for Final Di.c,harge.
. C. CarNisle- " ' "
^. R. Emery, Sec'y-Annual Meeting or
Swokholderf S. C. R. R. Co.
. G& C. I. R.-Round Trip Tickets.
Jo. A. Chapman. Sec'y-Annual Meeting
of Newberry Bible Society.
. Have you seen the beautiful English,
Beatrice and Gem Hats at McFall &
DELEuqUE_NCr.-We are authentical
lv informed that taxes are still. due. in
th-(nyon 15,000 acres of land, val
eg at-st5$000, ad.on about 8,000)
.worth of personal property.
Ifyo'n want a good Violin, Guitar or
-Banjo String, call at John F. Speck's,
for he keeps the best. 12-1t.
is called to the spirited and vigorous
address of our esteemed young towns
2nan, Mr. L. C. Moore, delivered before
the Sons of Temperance of this place
If you wish to see the Dolly, Ida, Ed
dvanaVirginius Hats, the prettiest and
ltest. go to McFall & Pool's. 12-tf.
A Bio HE Ec_.-Mr. John T. Pe
terson presented to us last Monday, the
largest hen egg we ever saw. it was
laid by one of his hens. It is three
inches in length, six in circumference
:nd weighs one qnarter of a pound. It
must-be one of the -blue hen's" egg5.
SarSaE.-Fresh "Greenville" Meat n.d
staffed Sausage, constantly on hand and for
sale by t ,- WM. C. CHASE.
QUA tRry CONFERIENCE.-ThIe iirst
enarterly Conference of the Methodist
Church in this pla4ce met last Saturday,
presiding elder Rev. Henry M. Mood
and Rev. McKinney present. Services
were held Friday evening, Saturday,
Sunday and Mfonday evening. An in
LABouD'S HIsTORtY OF THlE SOUTHI
PCA1.OunA COL.LEGE.-We take pleas
ure in calling the attention of our read
ers to the fact that Maj. C. UI. Suber
will receive subscriptions for the above
named book, a second edition of which,
enlarged and improved, will be pub
lished during the coming Summner. Hle
has already obtained a number of naimes. I
*ACTS OF LOCAL IMPORtTANCE.--The
ffoIering Acts have been approved by
the GQerernor: An Act to charter the
Newbenr and Augusta Railroad Coim
pasy; to atulorize atnd require County
Commaissioners of Newberry to build a
bridge across Tiger River; to tix the
timnereolding C-ourts in tile Seventh
EGGs.-100 doz. fresh Eggs just received,
and for sate at WM. C. CH ASE'S.
NEwBERIHY- DIVIstON No. 8, S. oF T
-This Division will on the evening of
April 7, instalits officers for the ensu
ing term, and at the same time dedicate
shie Hall to Temperance, rThe putblic
sere rsetfally inv'ited-to'be present.
'Ihese ceremonies are beautiful :and
gi.r,e asesight into the working of the
Dirvsom, easd the objects for- which it is
The ceremonies will be under the di
rectiqn of the Grand Worthy Patriar-ch.
THE AGRICULTUR.AL S0CFTY.-l)ont
*give it up, keelp working at it until suc
eess crowns your efforts, and then don't
give it up. Talk about it everyb)ody
Think about it everybody and digest
your thoughts thoroughly. There is no'
qfestionl as to the conclusion you iull
come to. An Agriculturatl Sciety, w~ell
,uanaged. giving a fair anually,i thus
stimulatting industry and sprea-ding
lknowledge, would be an Archimuedean
leeri building up the town, an d in
ruoving fo.rward the prosperity of the
Co-rresr.-Bring your Cotton to us, we
give%g Sop of the market" for it.
11ii WM. C.CH ASE &CO.
WisE31AN' (ALLERIY.-WeX took oc
ension to drop into Wiseman's Photo-'
grasph Gallery, a day or tw> since, amnd
could not resist -a feeling of pride that
Newberry had such a neat and well ap
pointed esta-blishiment as it is. Mr.
Wisemnan is still adding improvements.
one imlprovemnent suggesting another.
so that wi-hen le gets fixed according~
to his notion we can safely say that his
iis the tastiest and best appointed gial
i.ryn the State, outside of Columbiam
ad Charleston. His assistatnt artist
nssd portrait painter, Mr. L:mgston,
executea kwmsome work.
NrrrT ix LMrORANCE.-After one
has the money and feels the want for
any article, the next thing of importance
is to know where the desired article can
be obtained of good q!ualiYty ad lowx
-price. Now the people of C oliumbiam
have considerable advantage over oth
.els in this respect, for when they needi
=mything in the line of Cin. Glass,
Tin or (Crockery ware for table, mn tel
buoar d or bed-room, they know~ at once
thtone of the best platces for such
things is the store of Messrs. Kigsland
"'under the Columbia Hotel.
establishmnent, fiul stoek.
-1. 1 t j
THE SENmo.-Last Wednesday the
Senior left Newberr'v :I(! the vexations
of a newsman's life behind, bound fur
,Chareston, to take a week's respite, and
to drink Artesian water. The "devils"
a9e jnbilint over his dep:rtur, and
.nnehing each other with their elbows,
and winking their right eyvS, they ex
press the wish that the afm-.rsaid water
-will make him drunk, and-thns prevent
his return at tjie expected time. They
think tha if lie would remia. away for
a while, they would inake the IIEIALD
ffmous, as it is, his absence accounts
for theunusual spiciness of this week's
issue. The.Junior tells thetm to shut ).
but they don.t mind, becanse they say
he dont dothe "payin'.
Gnoc~ars.-E'cry thing in the Grocery
line for sale at W M. C. CIIASE'S.
OEuyn: OF SuRiEM Ctoir.-The I
following order was made by the Su
preme Court, Friday, Man h 20:
It is ordered. that at the April term I
of the Court, commeneing on the third i
Tuesday of April next, the causes oni
the several circuits shall be called in
the following order, mid the time to he
allowed to the hearing of causes from
each circuit shall be to the da. fitwd
for the comiencement of the next. ex
eept as to the Sixth Vireuit. to which
Shall be a!!owed two dnvs: Fifth Cir
uit, Tuesday, April 21; Third, Friday,
-1.; First, Monday. 27; Fourth, Mon
day, May 4; Sevvnth. Wednpsdav, G:
Seeol,d, Friday, 8: Eighth, Tuesday.
12; Sixth, Thursday, 14.
It will be observed that the time for
hearing eatises from Newerry County.
is Wednesday, Gth of May.
D.:L-ri.-We regret to record the
death of Mr. Atir:t logers, who died
of pneimnonia on Tuesday night. Ite
17th inst., after a painful illness of four
or five weeks. IIe was bLuried last
Thursday afternoon by the_ Masons and
W<l Fellows, to both of which orders lie
belonged as a zealons and filithlful mem*l
ber, who during his sickness fraternally
watched at his bedside to comfort and
Mr. Rogers was a good mmii. kind.
plite, industrious. sober. upright. III
was respected and esteemed by his ac
quliaitances and loved by his friends,
mnriv of whom surrounded his grave i
to pay the last tribute of-respect to de- I
IIe leaves a wife and three children,
boi their loss is his gain, for we believe
he has exh:mg'ed a bed of sufferinl
Mid dise:.4 for a heavenly crown anud a
sweet repose onl the bosoiml of his Savior.
PI SrATox SrrrLI-:s cons:m-ly on hand
anud for sale by WM. C. C1lASE.
THE NDEwE !A:Y D rN1SrIxNocIETr.
-The above Society at its last mee'(tini
le'ied that Napoleon was greater i
thie ield than in the cabinet. A pes
ing essay on "IIome" was read by Mr.
L. C. Moore. At its next meeing. fir t
Mnday night in April, atn unusualy
lively dehbate is exp)ected on the follow
ing question: Did the late war' benefit
A cordial invitation is extended to all
who would like to attend. This Society
was formed last JTuly, and has meet
reuarly ever since, affording pleasure
s5 well as profit to its members. It
was gottn lu for the intellectuail
unusemtent and imiprovemcnt of the
y'oungi men'I of this p)lace, and it is to b.e
hoped that those who have not already
jined will do so sooin. The initiation
[ce is but S 100 and the semi-annuad
due 81 .00.
THIIE GCt t .-Wootten & Andrews
Menagerie exhibited here on the 17th
inst. agreeably to appointment. There
were ten or twelve eages of fine ami
mas, somie of which were the best wve
ever saw oif ti.eir kindl. There w~asno
riding. The gymnastics, vaulting and
tumbling were excellent, and were wit
nessed with ap)preciationl. Spe'cia! nvn
tion should be made of thle femile tra
pezist, whose exIhitionl of unt-ele and
cetivity were astonishing; but wye could t
not help hut feel that she should hav.e
b'en :s manf. Thiough the attendance.
owing to the baid state of the weather.
was not so large as is usually given to
shows in this la:ce. still it was fuir.
Th A.rab tumbler andi vaulter. w.ho.'e
skill elicited much praise. left the troop)
at this pla:ce to fulfi! an enigagemenlt i
Philadelphia. We witnessed his sepa
ration from his coiirades, and observed
that there were~ tender spots in the hearts
of rough shiowmien as well as in the
more respectable ch oses of society.
TECIDED15 Nit E.-Last Mondta%
morning a friend knowing our :csthmet
i nature, caught us by the arm arid
led us away, <;uietly remarking that
he had somethiingz nice to shuow us. WXe
yieled contiidentiv :nl followed, lit
Iedus thiroughi tihe neat and well tilled
sttor oI(f Messrs. McFali amnd P'ool, and
uhredl us into the large rear. roomn,
where a scene beauti.ful and refreshing i
real'd our eyes, a floor hanldsomly :
carpeted, walls wvhite, fresh and clean, 1
furniture neat. and show eases respl.en
dent with b)onnets, ribbons, and flowers:
rivalling thle arven colored rainbow in
ieauty. To make outrstlhes exactly un
d lerstod, Messi s. McFall and P'ool hi:mne
estbli)lShed a Iirst class miillin(ery de
p)arnnt in the rear of their dry goods
toe, which the ladies of Newberry
mayt take pride in. It ua under thie'able
maa:geent and supervision of Mrs. S.
Rtedus, who is assisted by a skilled and
acoplishedl young lady from Uoium-1
bia. We take pleasture in-reconuend
ing thi..; establishment to the liberal
patronage of the public. We've got a
conisided>le notion of manying just to
get to buy on~e of those )I'retty bonnets.
lilt) Ai't .---Lord Derby. in dis
tributing the prze to the students of
Liro collcee made an observ.ation
so .sensible that it deserves to be hmere
r'peatedt. 't is nt,t" he said, "mnentali
labor which harts anybotdy, unless the
exess be1 very great, but rather fretting I
and tidgetinig over the prospect of labor
to be gone through."' A man mnust ae
etomu himself to take thming~s coolly,'
and avoid hurry and nervous excite
metb keping well beforehanud with
w at lhe h-ci to do. Lord Derby thinks
morning wor,nk better than night work.
and tihat Itaim: wh.io cannlot get through
his day's labor wvithout art ilicial stimu
lants had "bc'tter consider whelither th-.t
1 4n4 o .Abrm i.:ti M r him -tr -ill." I
A NEW DEPAR1t'.
Our spring and Sunmer Stock of
;taple and Fancy Dry Goods is now
:omiplete in all departments. Compris
ng all of the newest styles and novel
:ies of the day, which we intend to sell
it the lowest living rates for cash.
We have also opened a Millinery P -
>riv-1nt In connliectioll with our Dry
oods business, and havilg o!tailed
lie services of one of the best Triniuers
ionth. also the service of Mrs. Sophi:
4owvr Redn.s. who i- so well known to
he ladies of thoi::md :ijoining Counties.
0 superintend the Mlilinery Depart
n.-nt. We Ive Ih-ed up the room in
ear of our store in irst eiss style,
hicI is a gVml Witlin itsflf, in whiCh
ve have, and intend to kteip. constantly
m1 hand a beauiful :mnd vell assortd
tock of Millinery, aid :ll goods usual
y kept in that line.
We would ask our fritMIds and :LC
;ilailitaleS. a.s Weil :1 O tSe of Mrs.
zt,lis, to give u: a ll heft,ore purchas
s elsewhere. We guii:ir:antve to give
ntire satisfaction both as to style and
>rice. TriMts Csu.
1--tf. 3IeFALL & POOL.
To A T.-Wh1o that ever saw a pl1r
f negroes go off -n the cars will f:il to
ecognize a aceurate description of the
eoMp:ing T;I1t1L inl tAi' f llowing
ines, which we found in a GCeOrgia Ux
111hlier. thither. paricy. pair,
P-rv's your iux-ity handle-where
Write a letter-ol. yotu ste
Won't you coinit-take care. ita wie.
!umpy dut-. elar the track.
The box is b u-ted.puh it back;
Sister Betsuy. Poh% I'ry.
Get aboard-the nation. why
I'm a going-say 301: must
te sac sIre<l o-11.n orbu.
Whoop>. the wieie- utr-y
Won't vwi Colle with it to dwell?
Il1iy burnly, rattlc, run,
W heoopee. Ilopee. hoopee, hun1!
INDIAN GWllL CIGAR STOREm,
Unsurpassed by any retail Cigar Store
f the Sooth.) Spci:d Agency for
Genuine Durh:nn" Smoking Tobacco
Bull Brand) 65 ets. per lh. .-Silver
..ke" Fine CAt Chewing Toi>aeco.$1.25
crib. The -Rinlg" Clhewving"Tobaeceo,
ut up in 5 lb. tin cans. G px-r (i.
Wholtsale Trade supplied :t F1try
riues.) Sole Agency for the celebra
. Five Cent Cigar. This Ciar is no
atent arran.-oment, calculated to hum
ll people out of their moniev, but has
ir-coMI jlustiy celehrated4 only on :I,.
ount of merit. Meeting the wants of
he poolr m1:m1, be: it e1ales hi to
t as tOd a smoke for r1 : . r as
: 1 blught elbewlwre ftotr fTen Cents.
[tetng ti- va'ts of thf, rich inan, be
3:s. in these times of uncertain specu
tions lie does ntot feel that hw (-:I in
uhgo in his accustomed lAI).%N... an(
Gs is 1/ t?;! ? 1,-li'nic. teting thle
trotect themselve's fr'om thle enotrmouils
rices usually charged by dealers. al
t the same time get a better article.
feeing the wants of all, because luxu
y anid economyIli are herein combhlined'.
oh,ll only lby Perry & ~stilio, Indian
irl Citrar Store, Columbia H otel Block,
mBot' -rUE ToWN .\ND CouENTY.
Tlhe weather is like young lovers,
vaiumii et miutabtile."
Sring time hast come,. gtentle Annie.
'ie ahinanae s:tys it commijenced last
'iday, anid almaniaeS never lie.
Moreover the blossoming trees and
ite tuneifutl notes of the mocking bird
:l us so.
And tinally the tdelightfnd sensationus
f estless biue gently remind us that
ping~. has colle.
Can niot somie one bring in a fewv
~pring chickens? We are worried
bout somiethinig to eat. With us it's
iscits. haim and Krout, or nothing.
omet;lnes we muanage to vary it byv
atig Krraut. lama and hi-cuits.
Thees the Ctoi mittte of Ways and
oh. inwick's new house, unider the
upervision of Mr. K'ii lin is atssumling
he apearaLnce of a veryV tdsirabile antd
iabitbhile hon. Wonider whlo'll ge: it ?
i'aw live-what von u eat!'e--'Kttt
rs on a string the other day. T'hough
in of h:iOi, touln't standi the pirie.
Listn,. man,ll to thec votict (tf wisdtnm
odt bnunaeitv, Wan:iited, a fewv niore
The next tuie thet suni shinelts go to
xi-mins antd hiave that "1ood looking
ece of yours~ (not you, sir.) t aken.
The mocnths contaiining i's will sooni
>C otver, hence if youi want oysters go)
o ilun & Boozer's and Mlarshall's at
We are Iinrome~Ad thi:t thiere is a man11
n our town who takes hiis hogs to waieL
ver evenig. Good for the hog.
Since the Senitor's exit for Artesian
vater, nothing whatever ha.- bteen hitard
if the spottte'd cow or the letatinig calf.
The show hiaving~ gone, ou1Win
utt shti,ribers will 1piobably take
ity 01: s and se Mttie up. 4f therct w:as
circus in town we wvouldn't exptect it
ut therei* isn't.
Cshi or no t or will lbe our rule hitre
ie.if the Court knows herself, and
.e think she do.
When everybotdy c:lls you a long
ared indlividlual it's high tine to give a
>raiv to reCmove ~i adGtub:.
Drid apptles for sale at J. 31. Wilson
Th'le bet't thing of the season-3IeFall
k PoolS 31iiery. E;Stalishmflent.
Recived a niote laust 'londayv from
'le Senior :in~ig us if lie cold stay a1
veek longer, telling us5 to say y'k. We
ai yes, and the "d(evils" hiaven't quit
alghing about it vet.
Cos.-1,000 bu-hehs of Corn for sie at
11 WtM. C. CHIATIS
NtsERY EXEReIsE.-T.o iluoOlet,
who arc learning thcir little ones
:o talk. the following exercise will
ae otf great benietit :
raze Craiveroft caught a crate of crickled
A. crate of crickled craibs Crazy Crtiyeroft
[t ri C&.yereft caiught a cr4ate of criekled
~heres the cr-ate of crick!ed craib; Cra;y
If the abotve is not to their' taste thxey
~:n try the little ones on this:
Peter Piper picked a peek of pickled
peppers; a peck of p)ickledl peppers
Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper
p)ickd aL peck of piickld epers,
where's the peek of ickle peppers
Pctcr Pil)er picked.
THE IST OF JANUARY,
To tie lar: Ji over Messrs. J. E.
Webb l: Co. Store. wherehi- Will ILVC
ple:"y N'Of goI rom , :lid intre lighdt.
and hopes to do satisfactorv work at
the righit 1 I-iers.
Uwl:III ally thut love nice thing-S, to
Wisem:ma's4 Gallf-ry. veWbb&Co.'s
(4i M 13 B.m CoIIl:i.-Thle fol
lovillg Selteciogivs SoIle valuiable
hints, ~Ila' whc.u e:kr prorat:
bliv la i <ead :t'll
loo;l c(okir-Y (0ntrib- s to, prtsent
on'o.nimlt m!III fulturo '-;-odi: b:ad C(ook
er'y produces presvnt discoinflort and fil
Glo4 c"'N'.v Y l alut :m1
(t'n th n tcit;-I li. 'i ookci er is
dis~i:iMill k~~ the fo le.adenfeelin
to thle l:fter.
Good e0 i nurit4 11 e1- .6 deh:ly
di-ested: h;:141 Cooker]y l:'ek.. llulriti"1n,
G ;i co*'c1'%*: ITe l jn ily: hl -
oAle-rY. Lti en:y.
G4:1oi cookorv ina!:tzt- he mIlost (f tx
to tin :d w k'ckr. the lie:t
thl:I1!1.iu vto, er::: h:i coo!ory j.-i i
nr:,,,;eor.ini,d. intl-lutrml cook
('<()(, o( <' pllb.::d1 tlhe a:lI k s:t
vase':v r,I iI 11:11hu or: h:Il r.
t'v- ofi,-l. b*ri *s (p:-a fitil i infg or
silen sullnnes to te re : , ':m thus
Thcrn-rfre. "whi Ilice tw:mr nione,
with cebarity for n1lb" wc a. IY.t;u
hm- p Wace" wIII plkc:nd Dal:;e. :1 b
to this end. lwter coor.y ini the 1und.
N 1: i: P O . . C.. :Ch 01.- C iis
:'!: '%( v:s"d wi: active (emant d ' t 1.5 for
cti: '1.:ddi i..
N:: er o b le '! sh.' tip!ed1 durIiFl: week 012.
I:v vo :K, 3 ehoK. ti u c uit;
.sah-, 5.7t)l b:lle!, iti 1t;v17.
I'amm:rt Mn . ruch 23.-Coti quiet :an!d
Mwr-mc.:in 1 23. -C toib Oal
i 1 e at
-up : 1) 8; %i al Me.; a rh 7 Siec !.w
fnhao the siirl(t bui. p!'ricpe !Jto :n t
the m:la:!i lurer i nts Savn iir-e .sums
of' m2otley, 1 or 1hik rezisel' %ve mdvk.: O-tr.
re,l -r. to puriae thi ir Wh hl ows, Do s,
Wiind., c, in-m e r E irllt.t. &.i Co.,
le ,-t. iii hS. C.. whu have t ':Le: i i
colmbu I b:-cf-izis derived m el ria< inl
fir- ! .iiipre c w ;iim , lte ti m rve
marbim:y.:n!;h-row:hi sv.:vnmatie :nww:ze
i- .Il wil,!.)"v ; z n %it lloiod br .
: ,. TheY t:cii Age:iF fo . i
FeA. Tr1 it mrl vc i:1 b l
- I: i il' i ty. F end foll r ) i jC list, cif
euht-:, e. Mar -1. "-1m1.
1 iN Nui Generally hLnouwn
Tshat the sbicrics! pm-ihie rou:ebewe
the So:ai nd : in r:tIt We S is thrmie St.
Loui, vier tiL: ,:. Loti,. ti: tIyi:dl'i; aml
.io.her Si mr. I Lin'.. T:zi ro:l d har C;ia ed
1urp liii fli mp t y reL :.:,oln of* i lml se
exerlr- Til the tat twvo ye.ars, of* ove:r
tro niflion oi!a.h: ',4i v:irnim:-, inCitn
:0ovemNtIC Coi itot-siy, i:. relaig theOir s
line ijh big .iii g new h tee! Std Limiu
ai ,on biroAs sete.a lsbt:tn
for rd ryar.: , newd ree' tlle% . chr cah
es legan: hly re ice 01 an ted, th 1 drets
Iingt ro.tuIg wIi'h o i ket oeen es. fora
fiF1<. C:le I: aud iacie tralveling niih
31B.:Cioi:St oi.oid 31o.ar Rivers o m.lore
tha anii l ; othe Ic to l : 011 cnnee-. n 1-it l
:si . Ia a:pt allters ariuce fot
d,,uldn T iLt and dy wach1mi,wh
of ec rai tos pta vrthn i infres
tripest ronket St.LuiW, Ka SCI)y
:mdli Notrn wat ini en the nlyt
ma,rcul:r and Te ablsiet
'lc ?ctioiis cl tlneous.FI Ieo
Don'e 0tu Florgei.iiti Two)~i ~
O trsf0:11F1 lOSFSlile .I~ Oi
co Icli isiel 10F 'IZt:l 10 l:lXf
31 .I,1 - t c ti : r l,li lio
BO A R1 DItP1 N G,Li,.1
co1-~i,6 .'s (S.tia c.
ti,e huina por.. :i n o fC ctt t t city-aj:e of
to 'i (. IOH t the GetaH tl ri enjc ll~ ot r
.r F:.. ouv i h Mar. di, lo-f. r
FO ' LE.---0 BSHL
Prod-:ees or:- teod uls oto te Sert, onit
i: S:a e't . Equ.d t. the 1:::n. I
F: i- - uite- a .t du. - hm hl
.0 'it L o'NE..iLE.,I J .
NEhr.I BER- RY.Co,nhi,S . C.
I~rg wi'dmsk3e- Y.et:enn 3. th ategof
Newrr nty,l te2 a Surgeon i,
JEWBERY CA LDW S.L,
15Mar h, 3 11--!-u
Newbrry Baines. Directory.
C lo t iReferv!ncvt in.serted tif.l, r appro
priate he-adings in this ,nn. Profoi-till
-, men, Merchants. iechanic- and Trade,
1eneraly..should have a place in thi6 Di
Dry Gods, Shoes, &c.
A . IFA LL & PO0I..-Wbd-_sa,e and rietail
o :. E ilnroitr1%Cs, Notins. &c.
S11 ilCF. P. '.4 & 11. S.-Dealers in Drv
g 4oods1. ensb4r:n-ng everythit,g in t:at
jille. Planla.i01n supplies. 4:;
Dry Gcods, Groceries, Clothing, Hats, Shoes,
Cvttcn Buyers. &c.
LOVELACE& WlFEEl.-D)nh-r- in FTrv
!t. Genieral stock of all kit'i.' f tr.
chajnd i;:e. 4:;
**00T, M.-Dealer in General Melrein
it ... DrY Gf-)ds. F.tlla* G G-. ; -
".\ I. J. ').-Ory Nots, Noi.ns. Cloth.
.ain. *no'.1:4-hr. Iats. :44.1 14nerchan.I
d ize:sen ra11.-3: ;n I.
^1110. iO.1---rv (.ollds. Notio no. ClotAl.
lpet f Groculries.
-. .bON. .. MF. . r 419.- n1ler,4 ill Drv
.(' Good-,. Irocerie:.. Clothlin.:. lih444s.
Sho>s, lat. Crlck(ry. :mi genirl wer.
2 U1.1N. T. F:-WhIdesalte anld ReNail
Go''d:k, Gro4 4ceries, Criock lery, lantiI at ion Suli
. .\T ..A. A. .-D1ry . Clothi; i.
* V o k r . l;10tZi :1411 Uhls a d Fan:Cy.
Books and Stationery.
-J r s. . -1 ei"lty Iadu in scholol
Stoves and Tin Ware.
: I,. T.-Deuier in Cookinig :and(
S.100 in; iove,. ill SINyles anld prives.
br .ll, ll( li:1V1 4 :14 1d.
.ar:: anot onni o Tin Ware.
1 EAVELL.. . on han1:1 d a: l1.
.l I . W ii.-Cal, I;et War-roo In11. C 1 r
ing- done Nith lldspatCl. 13
Alxisi LL. iL. R.-a.lis ,ervvd at aill
4i hitours. Fre.,h Fish wnd ()ysters in
enS41Ln. Dealecr in1 Grocneie, Confe1ction41
-' LsE.\iAN. W. U.-iResident Artist. All
i .s4yve* of P'i4ture'S taken.1. Old Picture's
co pied :Irll rene wcI. 43
ACOU. PO.E P 1'PE. -.li\ t1 ZLtr :ns-r
at1 thet Cauuiel 1:v aleslIt. 4i3
?,00)RL\N & SCiUMPEUT.-Altorneys
z t: Law%. Pr!::eti e:i ll tht! Co rt1 o
'11V 6t:te. ill till Cited States Court. 143
E.\ ER. C. Gv.--A:t rney at Law :L111 ig
ister in U:ui1krupt1)Zcy for :1I COUngI'V.iln
a1! Ds-trict. Pr1acice in all the Couirls of
1 hed '1:114. 44
(ON -. lI1- 1;.- At:orney at Law. mllive
Son 31:tint treet, over M1s. 1). Mower's
1.1.1'i:It J liakt!v. to or
A Il'EEIiS. L. M.-Dealer inl F'reig:;n and
,uo ordler inl best bt.yles. 43
I \iPiIt.\NCE IIA L1..-Will be rented to
puie 11 entertinmfents on OIl 3nd:ty!. Wed
nes14':y. Friday' and4 saturday ni1ghts1 of each
b Cotton Gins, of apoved stl. n
Pi ASE.' W, 3. C. &. CO,-Auction a nd Com-1
m1i,,,i.4n 31erVchant. Sales t.wice a
as cCA .xucIt III. A. .. CO.-CozninissionI
w Merchants and11 dealers in Fertiiz'ers.
.i: ents 1f4w Go4wer, Cox and .\arkl1ey's 1Bug
,ies, Wa~gons, &.'.- 4:;
'a.\l.I Nxi* . 1E-~I CaI4r~illt;10>C1ri 1141
PtaI't 14 iIo ] supies. CaLsh ad van1ced1 (on
%A AY E i & Mi \ iIN -Ih-L4rs inl Groe
Ugg ries. PlanItaItionl Supp4lies. Hardware.
:n144 C tton iu.v r.. I:;
;EA\-LIL & SPE;AI1MAN.-Grocers and14
and14 buyV4'. 44of Cott on!. 4.4
'24 Ii A SE W M. C.-GrOv'ery 11n41 Provision1
Groceries. Canned Goods, &,c.
SICK E!t. .\.. 3.-IDeale1r iln G;roeries, G:1n-1
Sned' Goin44 b,. Perfumlery, a1141 Toys4 of :all
iVE i. .x~IE. A. D).-(;ro)ceries. (;anned
.4Goods. ((Confecione4rie', T1bac4'o :014
fl fW E i:s. A . 31. .& (C .-G~ roee ry an d Pro'
Viso 1 D4e1 alers, 1Plantatio41n141 Supile.
'l .j1,-'(N,. '.--1).ae 111 GI 4 ro i es14 of :::I
kin.!-. '1:111n-. (;00d', 11bging, TFies.
E R ;, . E.& C -War-l tae 1 and ;0-ta il
'4an -.&. 43
C nfec'.inerie:, Segars, Fruits.
PE1AK. J. 1''I.Frenc :1141 .x4me1rican1 Con!
'42,~ 11elionry 1raitIll, Nuts. T44ba1c11 and4
4'cary (1f best I. i11i:: 1..
. I: :E -1. .'... 114.- C .' :1141 (:4n14e14 i44n
Jeweliry and Watch Nakers.
PECK. J!N 11.-De: 11r in 1ie Watch1
~l4lIlT &4 CUPP'O'CK.-i>ealers in Cloth
in4g. :u4i gen dernen'ls 41ut litting gene4
SOW4 FI E ll . 11.-1iillin4ry' Good's 44f 41l
xl44 ds.L'''I ii. net no411 in 114. 1:LIeIZ t 4ty :;
H tNTEi'.11. i 1t:". M.--Dre-s Mai1king aflteLa'1
.I t t 4111tterns. 4)rders' s6licit ed. 43
A .NTl, Dik. S. F.--Drulggist. Whole141salIe
and. inal DI)ler inl u1gs1. Mec1ine..
Gun and Lock Smith.
\ G'ns.Pst,a;Locs C. ShelfGoo.i.
Wines, Liquors, Segars, &c.
SEON.AitD. J1. 1. & CO.-Whlolesaleand1 1Pe
.\4. Wine111 and4 Liquor4, 141 lpure qualities(. 43
Silk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
Mrs. I). MOWER'S,
I N'DER IlER A LI4 COFFI'E.
.pr.- t, 15-1i.
THE OLD DRUG J
With an entire New Stoek
1 67 .feet in; Mireet, -
Succe*ors to the Ol:
IfAVILAND, HAI.\L & CO.. '!ot
. Miar. 1, 9-21m. I. R
D. F. FLEM
W110LESALF, DEALERS A
. Weare now receiviug- large and well
pr-i-:!i r v trivtv, wh aro offered for s:
Ail Goods %t ah our Brnild are Wa*urrauted.
D. F. FLE
.Vo. 2 fi. '.E ST REET.
Dr. D. S. PERRY'S
F_t~ i I : ~ on h.0,fr.2
The. Biuer.; lim s, L-co:111 te t iversal
r Ut.i o hc a 1e. 1There is nouthlinl dke
h11 or L eq::1al them under the sun. 'I'lny
.-:-torv the weak, nl viwra:e the feuhle, and
jV! n fte a;.; tonie to the brok-:n downi
.a2:1. 1 SIn u 1.asmati ad mahalou1121 dis
ities the ike are orth a ship lo.ti of inie
powders anld pills. They ae : a
.id.ptCd to ptrsoi... sulfcerinig from
i;3ysuplpsia, Liver Complaints,
Chilis and Fever and Piles.
To Delicate Females.
L:vaits, old or vng, will find these B*t
ters especial)y adapted to diseases peculiar
to- their se.. Nervokisness, L.ssitude,
Want of Appetire, and G-nera! Debility, all
yie6ld tOl tie Maie charm of tle(!e ilesti
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
HEAR WHAT IS SAiD.
HEAR WHAT IS SAID.
-Wo.tI-rfl efO-cts have resulted fronm
your 1Dr. P1:i::.Y,- 1itters."
"My Chills are gone. I can hardly believe
.-2end me2 one case- P'Et2trs Ilitters again.
Noting l ike IhIenm here?"
"r ene1loIse :Lflldavit of may Casei. I 12211 to
dto SO to con1vince yo ofi lth 12 wonderful2
"1)nrely2 t r the most dlighltlfl wine
''r. WiLon .2ays that you2 are a putbl it
--Hurrah ' No m2o re tt'heumnati1sm.2
"No moI re hecadatlhe, thanks to you."
We cou'.di l111 thi paper2 twie over with
just such gentuine ex trac2 , 'but the above
mu1st su1lice . Our liiters are prepared un
de r the 5Iuper?vision2 of Dir. D a. Pk'En:T,
Alember of the Royal College of Ph:ysicians
antd Surigeon2s, Lon2.!On, Enlglandl, and of the
Medicall Clinie of Gilasow.
All orders sho0u:1h e addtresse d to Tin:
PERRY AROMATIC BTTTER CO.,
42 Courtlanid Street,
NEW YORK, U. S.
The Bitters are sold either by the bottle or case
at $1 per bottle.
P'arties inl sendli!g letters r are s
their dliseases wfill confetr q1uie a favor by
giving namei. of County as well as Town
were they reside. It will save us a won
drfl atmounit of time and annoyance if
tis will be obIserved.
1THE PERRY AROMATIC BITTER COMPANY,
-Ll COUl'LAND STiIEET.
Farmers and Gardeners.
A 11 pt:r2.ons who12 wriah to rise-. the
LAREST AND BEST CABBAGES IN THE WORLD,
boul s,eInd Twent y-tive centls forone pack
ALSATIAN CABBAGE SEED,
CahhaIi2eu(of I)the 1Iinest equalit y and2( weighl
ig uilIrs of2 Si.ty pound1i1t. unt2y be raisedI
in1 :oy par2t 0' 2the Uit :tges 12r2 thed
E2221h p:i.kag' 1<:212 nin22g :1u1 IIunfce. willI
- sen,t.I Ir e It pa.si age. to aniy :21 lress,2 on:
2rcIit' fte pri2c1, 2 (ens .eh, or live
Ful direct1 ions h41e- 11w and2 .when to plant 211
4 m2na22y each pac41 kage.~
'.ar. 11 7l-1 N York City
TO 8320 PER DAY ca:iy made114 by any'4
one. We wan Wen, women, boysV and211
ir!s allove te0ountry to sell olur
s1:i 1te tEing-. (Chromo2:. Cralyon.
1)awigs. Illuminat 22o1ns22, Photographs. etc..
Ietc. We no(w pu2blish1 the linest ais- Irtmnent
ever placetd before thle pubilic. and ouir price2s
ar marked1' down22 so low a2s to duety all conli
petit 2on. No 0one aghlserlie fo;a: premmmi:
liearnin <>ur421 prices. We '12V tave may old
Iagntis at worik fo r u.s who 12ave ma2L1 Clefa
va-Mi1)fr boo )1Iks. pape1C --te., their bn)i
nlls for years. ('ll the al'.l r-eport thaIt tiny
canf ma22ke. rauch4 more1 money24 at wVork foru
thn at- anythingi eb;:e. Our prIces 'are s.o
lOW that all call utford to purchase, and
tieforeI thel p)icture .s'll at sighlt at almos
!vry. h2ouse~. NewV beginniera dto as w.ell as
2 e'it ' who have 1had 1large e-xpeIri4 nee, 1(or
our beatiul subje ts and lo0 12 o -.h
,p Ies ed'i b-. a. '2ro2t d)tim
tne ;iiure Ii rom2 2(ouse LIo house~. I>on't 1look
fo wovIrk elsewhiere unitil youi ha:ve seen
wat. great12''2 inducemets weC oiler you2 to
mae2 money.-2 We, have not spa2ce LIo explm
al here2 '2. but2 14end22 VO. l you 1r4 res 2a2(. we
will-endII'21 u ll p rticulars2 free, by' n22il:
ll o'lt avi von want2 pronItable)t work fir
VII' 12r lisu.' hou.. or lot you2r whole time24.
N b i-2 the fa ol t im Ie o en2a:: m I t i- 4
2n etlaiu in li.a2.l.M . a: .y 0lnll
theC New Yo. rk Herald( 'l)'h.og whlo canno12t
* Ve the but1ine"-- thetir en'ti2re atteion can 1(1
verk1 421 th-ir ow 41' liti21 n'n! m2ake a
hanl-'me IU on w'i2'lthout1i ever being awaytI
froml home over ichLt. LeCt a11 whlo. wan2lt
ri ing12' capital, .-en u1' th2e1 lir ad1dr1e (. a
o2ce and1 learn21 al tl t tihe bu.since ro
Jan. I I.. -- m
-1helny:.' n.o1 triend. are groupedI s,rt ow
ul ar1oun2d the 11 oleroe ' death-bed. Th
eie is so toucingly beautiful, the senti
menL t of the picture is so sweet, and tihe
chrctr s o life-lik~e that everyb%ody ad
mres it. It is truly a gem of art, on
whicTh should hlang in every Southlern home1..
S~nt by maill, post-paidl, on receipt of' 20
cnts, or - for 5i) cents.
Address. W. M. BI'RROW,
2ou Main Sire t,
In Aenig w;nted for tii, and a va,
rie7of otiher line engravings. From $3 to
Sifla dav can easily be made.
Mar. 11, 10r.-4t.
Who Wants an Organ?
Any~ one in ned of one of Yeedhaim& Sons
or'ui, .dll tinid it to their advantag'e :o
apl t. the. .I.. TEAI) O F(ICVF
of Fresh and Choiee Goods.
- - 1'hariestou, X. C. M
Establi.-ed Housts of
& to. .\-. asa,Ga.
.]:..3 ITCHES, Ntew Yurk.
ING & 0 0.,
) .M.ASH' TIRERS OF
iecte.l stock t), !0TS AN ) 110 com
dt .m the L)WEST MAR. 1-T PRICES,
mc*-T a cg Co.,1
CorNer or Chrc0i e,
[tON, S. C.
IMENI0N 0F TiE G E!
FERGUSON'S CoTTON-SEED PL.\N
TER, which will wndy cost yOU'111.0., ii
the best Platter ever itrented.~ We ca:
te fol!oiug poinis of decided adva .
o, er :! o:her Planters ever invenetd. I
Thiat it is : easiest m:g d. M. Thtat
it has the most positive motion. vd. Th1t
it eve r5 '.-t in :tgh lan(i. 1 b. lTh::t it
the be.- arrangen.ent for r dgb:ing t-e
uantit of seed. i;th. Tiat it is the cheap
st ;m:achi:e for the ft.uer.
THE FERPSNT LANE11
F a new inven:ion. 1t las been gottenl up
1o tlcL the w ants oC every tarier. it 1::s
in whe'l :thout i". It is easilv held on the
ridge A oe-a'1:ed mlan can plan witil
it. it iz in every %%ay peritet. It lea-es
no skip4. It wIl plant one, two, three or
W1r bushlds of seed per acre. It took a
premium over 21 diffierent Planters last
year, the Dow Law auong then. It is far
uperior to any other Planter ever invent
A. Every machine is sold uader guarantee
The undersitined hav, purch.ised the sole
right for Newberry, Edgetield and Lexing
Farmers, appiv at once, eiter to us at
P rosotrity, S. C., or to M:ie & Martin,
Newhrry, S. C., with whom we have es
tablished an Agency. Send your orders.
A. L. WYSE & CO.
Mar'. ", t9-It.
-ofieild Advertiser p!h::*o copy twice
and Send bill to tIis ofli C.
ELLSWORTH, BENSON &
Brandies and Champagnes,
No. 30 BROAD)WAY, NEW YORK,
Sole Agentsin the U'nited States for the
WINE HOUSES of C. C. BFNjSON & 0
G,y :EIS, UOGNAC A29 LONDON.
Our B3ensoni's Fine Old Golden Grape
Cognac is the finieet Brandy ever exported
r~omn a French vitneyard, and can be pro.
ered only fronm us. Price per case of
twlv'e una.rts, ~O. Also Channpagnes.
Serrie's and Por:s of the finest fiavors, and
all from the vintevards of C. C. Benson &
Pracet L,srs sent free on applicattion.
Persons int.er'ested will take notice that
the following order hias be2t pase by the
Probate Judge for' Newberry County, the
lion. James C. Leahy, to-wit:
"Ordered that Moinay, the :uth day of
March ttext, att ten o'cltock, A. M., be fixed
for a final settlement on the personaul estate
o Washtington B. McKellar, with Eliza K.
MKelar, the A dmintist ratrix thereof, when
he will have leave to state her anmounts
and move for a fintal discharge fronm all fur
.her liabtility as such A dmiinistzatrix.
27th Feb-uar:, 1874."
I will avail myseltif that ortder.
ELI%A K McKELL.AR,
27tht F"ebruary, 1874. Adnt'x.
Mar. 4, 9-5t.
OFFICE C&)UN'lY COMMISilQYERlS.
NEWBEIRRY C. H., S. C.. 1Mar. t9, 1u'74.
At a mieet i;,:: of titg Board of Counity Corn
,aisionerhs then followintg resolution was in
troduced by D)enntis Motates:
Re-olvecd, Thait we the 'outyt; Commision
-rs,shall gratnt the newrtoad, (commencing at
>r near Lang. Ruitra', by way of Joly Stre,
intersecting the new cut road two ttiles below
Frog Level,) rCetly leiid ogt by the Special
lomissioters, withi a fenw slight changes,
oas te pt the road otn better ground.
'ithe resolution wats agreed to byi D,ris
Motes andI Allen Rice, but as oi>jected to
hy 'lThos. Kit t, uipon thte grounid tht he
thinks the f'ormter serlementt toad is suffieient.
Cit:iir'nt, B. C. C., N C.
Tl HIOMAS KFE TT.
Mar. 4, 1874-9-3mn*.
h the Comnmon Plead-ew
Labert J1. Jones antd William C. Parker,
Wiliamn IL Webb, Defendant.
Comiplaint fur It juti:ion anid Relief.
Br crder of the I rt ". .:-6 i; tis n.c
tin' g~n the. isC.h day oh' Y'ebruary, A. D.
1l74, the Copa"rtner-tip h'eretofore existing
between L.amrtr J. Jonte, William H.
Webb, andi Wit!am. P larker, untder the
fim name of WEBB,B JUNES & PARKER,
is disolved, and the Crei:ors of said Part'
nersio are ordered to establish their re
pective demands aigainst said Partnegh'p
before mie, on or i e'.:- haist day of
My~ ne. t. JESE C. SMITH,
;erk o'f the Cou:rt of Commton P'leas for
Newberr v County .
Feb. 1e, 1874-7-l1t.
The fir:p: of liLEASle & C', coni:tg
of lHenrv IH. Blease and Robert B. Hlohntan,
as frmers, maillers, &c., has beent diolved
by mutual consent. Ant matters pertaining
to said business are in the hands of Hlert y
. H ENRY H.PEAE
Ulvting turnted over tot Mr. Hies.ry H.
lase :l m itn Oterest. in ti.e fi r:in of B:ease
& Co., I so!icit for himt the sazn:e liberal
patroage that was the tirm's good fortune
to enjoy. R. B. HOLM AN.
Feb. 18, 1S74-S-tf.
We are jest in receipt of 35 BOXES of
TOBACCO of various grade a;td prics, ;;
LOVELACE & WTHEELER.
-May 28, 21--tf.
I will miake a .:ettlemtent on the Estate ol
Alen A. Gook,--leceased, in the Court oj
Probate, and apply for a dischnarge as Ad
-ttirti hro : i'4hdyo pi
minStrri throfo th. CdyofAril
ve .1 o-.se Administratrix.
-ry (M - uE-ocere r. I)
FO t Hitil" '
H:.101 T)I E
MAGNOLIA CHUN,) MILLS1 .10
I 'I E 1. ,E.-T F.\ N L1.1 kEI.t)(i:
1ND TI!lE I":.-T I:- T1 11E C I IE.\AE '
A La,rge Supply en Band.
Choice Family Groceries,
of every descriptim m.un<m n which. r nore
ELECANT AMS, &C.,
T",- Wele wi1 1 , 1 in :oL. i !, th 1, le
above, that lily eko
DRY GOODS M
s1r - d nei! s1td. rg
Th::nkfs for I- vey ibe.d K r : :.. ci t
tron11g; ce.-1,Cn en ? onn.- inl t?e pa? . I rez Ie
pectraly aik for a: : it'nuan e f:h u.
: 1t 1 h re ta' cei,1 to ad lha
*goaids:' r- .-cd h: a eo-i:m w '.itht e i :c .
Mar. 1!, 1)-:m.
HAR DWAR.E, &C.,
AND MANY OTUIRFP
C1101CE 0011SE Il.
MA4IES & MNIS
Ieads of fhi.milijs an.d tle piblic :.eneral
.arc inforUC th:t our -to(-k or FA MILY
GROCiE!;ES is fu1l and voI.plete, and
amon; which will be found Fa
PR.ESE1VED PINE APPLE.
PICKLED ToN.(UE, inlol e, H
LOLSTEIIS. in bott les,
DES-ICATED ('COA NU'
RAIL4NS, r., W ad Ba
CANNM-) EGTi.T BLE,
CAN-N ED 1hu a'L YPIT ERS,
DEVILLED H.\M. i
Now is the time to lay in sul,yl ., cl
MAYES & MARTIN. o"
DcW Stock La
FALL AND WINTER.
large and c:-an~It stock of Goods ;i nfal of store
thle follou:ing ie:yr
DRY 900D~TS, o"
comiprising~ Oeer arde l.2 nh'iebi e.in be call
ed for. TIogetheir w ith a~ fine a miet of 1
gentleamen' and y'outhi'
eithemr for dri . uo h buines purpo0es,
BOOTS and SHOES,
of warranted m::mke, both.fine and hav
Some be-autiful SHOrS and GAITER~S for
BJesides the above otur 'tock of H
Groceries and Family I
sof the ~c.,?La c I1 j:i, . frsh chioi.e .andl UL
Wce shop!y. i-olicit an exc:?niatono, feeling
-at-i. id of our abdin'v to please elir in.1
va"riety , rlu:dity or in price.
LOVELAE & WHiEELER. 4
Of all kinds, such as
Sugahrs, Coffee. Pi-a
l'oIur. Lard. 31alases
FRESH MEAL AND GRiST. Sh
Pickles. Cainned Fruit.
Sheetings and~ Yarns, coL
Andi all other a:iee to, be' found' in? a G&D
SrRY STO?am, and al o hih wIll
BFa SOLD CHEAP. ~
Excellent ill uality?
IF SO, GOTO Ii
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where can be found Flour, Ilacon, Molas
ses, Sugar, Cogee, Carn,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market ca
Uin the corne-, and under the ER'D zo1.
Offce is the place said
KFor Cheap Goods, "
Adthe Best Attention. A
Arir. 21 18-tf. dec
-y ood.. Vrocerie.. , r.
20S. IV. LAKE
-peefulyannounces to the buines;s
- %).t UE HAS PTRCHASED TilE
SKE_SOCK OF GO( DS OF MESSRS.
N .WEBB& CO., all of which ho
NLL ON MOST.. EBASONA8r1E
ce,ek onsisof a. geneml "sort
partion of the ,tock will he so,d
Cost for Cash!
T. inake rotm for oth,er Zoods.
a:a iiap?py to saiiie that i hdve been
to L'C.i t erViCeS of Mr. A. G.
iin, (CIe:C r Cf 1. Moorman
n1 ho n' ve entire Co::trol .1:1 man
aat o m)wy buieS, and I !eel assurcd
texp. rienc_ of this zentleman, add
S. rare butie:es qualities, wArrant
-.ia ingthat oao w:!? be giveni
rreZe. l wil be assted by
'.LL G.dil!ard, who v.as engagedI in? the
fim., toae with Mr. Geo. W.
i .:: 1 . WV. 1. m o s
hare of publ a e is solicited.
HOS. M. LAKE.
5 , 5-tt.
loSI F, Hi1RflIII
;pectfully informs his cLtomers n:d
u;,ic gener;lv of N ir,:; sur
ing country, that he Las removed to
ant and Commodious Store
!ly occupicd by R. C. Shiver & Co.,
hat he hLas'added largely to his stock
the various ines of
gging, Ties, Grain,
iL He Ofers Low for Cah!
;omers in war.t of goo:l,. nel only
)r thr-m to be at once supplied, by any
large corp; of Sa:en who nill be
ge Varied and Mieap.
rsies wa::tiu4 Frtilzers wilal be sup
ost liberal term:s.
th::t I ask is th.at buyer visit my
, o guarantee mec a continuance of the
generous patrouage acco:ded mue in
ast, and for ni hich I here take occa
[OS. F. HARMON,
Next Door to ''an..
3. 7, l-tf.
IS RECEIVING IIIS
Lt anid WINTR
his stock is large and varied, in the
Es and faly OBlatmat
As veil as in
LAVY WOOLENS, &c.
RIT PROFITS FOR QUICK
.ES AND SA TISFACTfION
G U A R A N T E E D.
Merchants at Man
h~e Highest Market Price
I for Cotton or other
C ud::eI-)nt onf the F.state
ra: . ick r, d1'd., in the Probate
or N:.m Co:mty, S. C., on the
by t,f Apri . ! ia. on '..t day
pv 'o said C'ourt for final di-ebarge
aini:.trator of sail Estate. Greditors
>resent all demnanid o:: or before that
A. Gi. MAYBIN,
r. 4, -4t Administrator.
i m fk Enal eleent on the Estate
.n:~on \. W\ieI:er, dec'd., in the Pro
Co:t for Newberry Ccunty,S. C., on
th d.ay of April, I1674, andi en that dLay
ppy: said Court for final discharge
mini:.:rator of said Estate. Creditors
~resent. all de:a.s on or before that
'i -t. Adminristrator
e rubcrie '.t: nar a fina' settle
on the Estate of Wiliam Elmoere, de
nd. in the Probate Court for New'oerry
ty, on earesday, the 2th day of
h: :.ext, a:nd will aply to said Court
is faal discharge as said Admnisitra
AUl persons having claims against
Eta:e will present tihe samte to my AL
tys, Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pepe, on or
re said time.
JOIIN A. ELM(ORE,
Gnt'r., of the Estate cf William Elmore,