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made for three, six or twelve months. t
Ths,American Sardine Co.s Bone
I less Sardines, are much better, and
less than half the cost of imported"
TAEE NoTc.-All parties having Ad
ministrator's or Executor's Notices to
Publicatlon,-WiLl save themselves tronbl,
-byeomtng prepared to pay for the saTm
iefore insertion. us our terms are cash.
Lawyeraanding In such notices will be
held responsible for the payuient.
They will at-;o he held responsible for th
publication of all notices in tankrupt cases
Transient advertisements of any kind mus
be paid for in advaw-, if . .partics adver
tisinug do not reside in town.
Job work and subscriptious strictly cash.
All papers shall be stopped hereafter a
soon as the term of subscription expires, un
less- satitfactory arrangements are made t<
contne the same.
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the paper is discontinued.
Hear these things in mind. 3-tt
IMD=x TO NEw ADVEITISEMENTs.
Leander Long-Administrator's Notice.
Y. J. Harrington, Assignee-Bankrupt No
Beverly Company-The Geta Microbcope.
H. Claremont Moses-Not ice.
Jas. C Leaby-Notice to Executors, Ad
L. R: Marsoall-Ice Cream.
E. M. Wahiace-Sale of Horse.
Henr H. Blease-New Store.
OL. PAPEas.-Old papers for sale a
this office in packages of 50 or I 00, a
40 and 75 cents. tf.
'COXrLMTA1CY.--With the comliAi
ments of Mr. J. K. Gilder, an invita
tion has been extended us to attend tho
Reception given to the Graduatin;
Class of Wofford College, June 24th.
And from the Calhoun Society, of ti
same institution, an invitation to atte
its celebration en the 22d. For both o
which our thanks are tendered.
Mandarin Teas, the best, purest an
cheapes4 at Mrs. 1). Mower's. Price
75c., $1.00 and $1.50 per Ib. 1:-tf
Mrs. J. E. A., of Mt. Elba, Arkansas
will accept our thanks for copfies of St
Louis RepulWican and Pine Bluff Preso
and also for kindly note covering a -re
newal for the HERA). We symupla
thise with our estimable friend on W
count of the excitino times in her regioi
of country. Rains have been incessan
up to date, May t8.
.A POPUI.AR PL.ACE.-OneC of thle unw,
popular places in the city of Columbia
is the store of Messrs. Kingsland 6
Heath. .It is no wonder either for in i
can be found everything for housekeep
ing that the human family need, beside
many articles for the rest. of mankind
Among other things just in season are
their excellent, double qunick ice-crear
churns. Send for one. 20-2t
THlE P?IC-NC.-The pupils of tih(
Male Academy, with the invited guests
repaired early last Friday morning il
drays to a very pleasant grove near Mr
Henry Rikard's to pic-nie. The dIay
was spent in various amusements aund
enjoyed by all. The dinner was sump.
tuous. Marshall'sirrepressible ice creamu
wagon was on hand. After a jolly rid
all reached home late in the evenIng.
A full line of ladies ready-made Suits,
and Underwear of all kinds, at
14-tf McFALL & POOL.
REUGIOUs.-Rev. R. A. Fair entered
upon his duties as pastor of the Presby
terian Church last Sunday, with miuet
zeal and earnestness. He preached im.
pressively morning and afternoon.
Rev. Foster Bradley, after havinmg
preached twice at Cannon's Creek
preached in the Associate Refornmer
Church, last Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Henry M. Mood conducted th<
services in the Methodist Church, ha.
Dr. WV. M. Grier, of Due West, wvil
preach in the Associate Reformed
Church, next Sunday morni ng at elevel
A full assortment of Millinery ani
Mmlinery Goods, constantly on handa
Mrs. D. Mower's. 15
Lr 'rnsWrr.-We have been rt
quested to call attention to the leak;
cnh of the passenger depot at ti
place,Ina the hope that the proper of
cers of'The ro.ad will take the matte
under consideration, and if pessible 1
~snmthing for the convenience an
comfort of the travelling public. It w:
somethiug indeed to give us an ee:
tion from the mud-a purpose that th
platform, or rather passenger depo'
has subservred, and for which everybod
interested is grateful, but small favor:
.however thankfully received, are some!
times forgotten, atnd it is but reasonabi
that men, and women, too, shoull
-grumble, even while their feet are 01
of the mud, if their whole persons at
exposed to the peltings of a rain storm,<
a long drizzle. If the intention wast
stop the building just as it is, it wai
nnkind; we cannot believe that. hov
ever, but rather that it was the f:milt<
the architect, who forgrot the, roof. Thm
is the most charitable construction th:
ean be put upon it. Ever since its erec
* tion, or more p)roperly sinc~e it was Iai
down, for there has been no erectio:
the people of Newberry have indulge
the hope that either the General Supe>
jntendent or sonic of the Directo
might travel this way and b)e caught i
a rain and get wet to tae skin, andi
- this manner be prevailed upon to notic
--the leaky condition, and perha:ps has
,their bowels of compassion moved.
But they conie ra.rely, and then in goc
w~,eather, and beside, when they p:u
close their eyes in sleep, and all thm
tuime the peole are out in the wvet.
We make this mention with pleasur
and always esteem it a privilege
-gratify the reasonable reqJuests of oi
friends. Biv all meains let us have she
ter for head as well :as protection fi
HIS PHOTOGRtAPIL GALLERY.
TIHE 1ST OF ~JANUARY,
To the large Hall over Messrs. J.
Webb & Co.'s Store, wherehe will ha:,
plenty of good room, and -muore ligh
and hopes to do satisfactory wyork
the right prices.
Come all ye that love nice things.
Winma's GaUery, over Webb & Co
A Mi%rAK. -Our eotempor:iy. tht
Progre<siet Age. in noticing Memorial
Dav in its last issue, made tle following
"Among the honored dead who sleep
at I -tnoiit are Col. J. 1). Nance and
- Lt. Col. W. 1). Rutherford. It. Col.
Rutherford fill first, at Straushurg. and
Col. Nance was killed in the battle of
- It is mii-taken as to the ranlk of Col.
. Rutherford, and as to the tiue of his
death. Col. Nance fell first, being kill
ed in the battle of the Wilderness on
the 6th of May, l(;4. At his death.
Lt. Col. Rutherford suceedvd hi. an:d
thus became Colonel of the :d South
Carolina L-giment, and was killed at
Stratusburg. on the 1:3th of Oct., 1AG4.
As these honored nv-n re now part of
our history we think it not anis to be
5 thus partietar as to these facts.
ViENA. AUbT1MA. Nov. 3'. 1.%7.
* ' sia Wm. S KimmAi... & Co :
SIRS--A friend of iine ent ne. with a
t tr:sport of I:ifli:in S!:lls. two p10un<ds
"Vanity Fair." which iI olve-are to be the
be.st Tol>acc) I etver siokedl. We Ive Very
good Tobacco inl Vienna-Turkish anl Ii-I
triua, but -Vatity Fair" is the Kinug or alI
b its aronatie Ilavor andi tih right Sort of
stronmness. Mv friewd in New York got an
appoitnent iri California, by that reasor1 I
nplly inie<diately to yon. beg-in:r yoi to
- send me tor the enclosed Ien tion-:irs. a sitp
ply of -Vanitv Fair," ntl send with the n ext
ateniner to Germnauy. If thete 1 a Gerr IatI
tirm that sells yomr exceneut v:niity F:lir,"
I be: voti to ecuelose me tile ahiress.
Your Respectful Serv:mt.
Dit. Jos. YRrL.
Prot'essor of At-totmy
i the nItiver.ity o 'Vieml;it
The "Indian Girl' is making a heavy
run on this Tobacco, somewhat sililar
to that of the "celebrated 5c. Cigars.
Price. $1.~0 per lb. If you do not feel
disposed to try the Cigars. you should
by all means get some of this Tolaceo,
v.ich canl only be obtained in this part
of the country from
PERI & SLAWSON,
Indian Girl Cigar Store,
Columbin Hotel Block,
20-tf. (ohnbi.a. S. C.
IMUIomAL lAY .-Last Wednesday
the beautiful custom of decoratng the
fraves of our dead soldiers was observ
d in place. At I o'c.. in the af
ternoon, the procession marched froimi
Temperance Hall to the village grave
ysrd in the following order: First. the
ministers; next, the ladies: then the
crentlemen. and after these came the
carria-es, constituting a ]l( aid hand
some line. Having arrived at the
rMVeyard. prayer was o5'red by Rev.
t;Manning Brown, and the graves were
strewn with flowers. The procession
then moved to Rosemont Cemetery,
I where prayer was offered by Rev. R. A.
Mickle, and the graves committed to
the ladies. A cross had been erected
there, and on it inscribed, "In memorv
of our absent dead," whielb doubtless
brotght to niemiory the images Of pa
. triot friends and relations, whose bodies
repoIsedl on foeign soil, where they died
for their country's sake. It was deco
rated with flowers atnd evergreens. The
oraves of Federal soldiers also received
atttentin that dayv. This was a sad andl(
imlpressive, and yet an interesting oe
e asion. Let our deatd soldiers ntever he
"Who dies in vain.
Upon his country's war-fields, and within
The x.hadow of her altars ?"
Corn-r.--The Court of General Ses
Isions for Newberry County, convened
last Monday morning, Judge Mont
gomery Moses presiding. In his chartge
to the Grand Jury,. His Honor brought
specially to their attention the c'ondi
tion of tihe roadls, ferries and bridges.
also the insecure state of the County
jatil He also inlstrucetet' thtemi with r'e
ference to their dluties under tihe License
Law. -The jur'ies were then empilaneled
Jury- No. 1-F. Werher, foreman.
Hlilliard Hardy, 3Melv-in Glenn. T1htos.
H. Abramus, Joshua D)uncanl, Tho5.1
Caldwell, WVade H-:unpton, Jiunes P.
Hlutson, Edward Young, Fed P?aysin
ger, Henry Scott, Robert Williams.
.Jury No. 2-P. E. WVise. foreman,A
A. Nathan, Press M1etts, Noah M1artin,
Batruch Boyd, Win. Suber, Riley Ale
Kissiek, Fred Rutherford, Benj.- Lind
Isee. Jiat Cannon, Wmlf. Sanders, S. E.
t The Solicitor ben -ien, Court
took a recess tuntil :s1-2 o'clock. P. ML
Court re-convened at 3 1-2 o'c. P. 3\I.
and proceeded to try thle case (of thle
State vs.&delaine AI>rams, alias Ade
laine Lake, Arson. A fler the evidence,
r~ argument and charge, the jury at aL late
htour retired to consider the case. The
d Judge having instructed them to return
at sealed veriet, Court was aldjourined.
The caset resulted in a mistriali, though
the. jury rr' .ined in their room all
night. Quti a number of bills wxas
,preseted to the G;rand JIury by the
ISolicitor- yesterday mnornling.
Judiging from tile beginning, tile
business of this Court will he despatch
ed with promptness. tWe oete civi
dheed, tile prospects of such are brig'ht
and gratifying, as His Honor intimates
that he means business.
..We take the following from Vrorutt's
We~stern Wlorld. It suits any- loc:ality:
TrHE NEW'sPAPEus AND THlE ADvER
tTISER.-S:ly what yon will, it's hannaan
.nature to favor those who favor you.
d and do it hlonestly. A liber:al advertis
er, in a reputtable business, is always a
good fellow, aIs mean men never adver
_tise. Wheln you hear a man~ expre\ss
-contemtpt for tile neCwspap~es, set bignf
down as a fool. If youwant to test hinm,
n and prove th:'t he lies, pmuT him, and
see how pleased lie will be, and how lhe
will pat you onl the hack. There is no
_thiing that onec could do but what would
dfbe forgiven antd forgotten, sooner tha:n
a little uncomplimnenta-y squib in a
iespaper. I Yout may: g.o tnall your
life xavying good things every day about
~omle person'i withiouit one wor-d of ctred
oit; butt the tirst item of repr'ianid, and
r all you have ever done is forgotten at
- once andl you have a bitter and relent
rn lsseum fromt that time. Every
persont who wants to purehlase :any- kind
of merchtandise will read an advertise
ment of that merchandise wvhenever- it
appears before him. W~hile we believe
that every person engaged in a respec
.table business shotld advertic, wo le
ebelieve it to be the dutty of the p;ublish
t, Ier, every thing else being equal, to do
at what lhe can, whenever the opportunity
oil'ers, to fa-vor those who favor himt.
to For ourselves. we al ways stay by our
.'s friends, and never yet, heathetnish as it
eenm, fovgot n enam'.
A NEW DI
Our Spring and Summer i
Goods is now complete iii a]
of the newest styles and nov(
tend to sell at the lowest livi
We have also opened a .i
tion with our Dry Goods bus)
services of one of the bist Tri
vices of Mrs. Sophia Mower ]
to the 1.1kii"s of this and adjoi
the Millinery Department.
rear of our store in first class
itself, in which we have, and
hand a beautiful and well ass
all goods uiuall kept. in that
We would ask our friends
those of Mrs. Redus, to give
Asewhere. We guarantee to
-s to style and price. TERA
May 6, lm-iS-t.
USE GREASE.-An old farmer wheni
sked how in the world he managed to
nake everything about him so pleasant
id ag rreeable. replied that it was by tei
simple and free use of grease. A little
love sawder to wife.praise tochildrenmd
1ind word- of encouragemncit to Biddy,
ie n:d, Rachel, the cook. and the
Miae to the lieli about him, was the
kid of grease he used. And it worked
Ake a charm. Trv it, reader. We f-el
like that old man this morning, and
Vish to grease a friend who a short time
Igo was badly used in the coltonuins of
te l1uu.. 'We would pour it on the
Lop of his hielad. and as it cons down his
beard to his ipeal extrcmities. rub it in.
WVe doln't like scolding every time, and
Uow take to the t'rme(r's remedy
zrease. Our friend wals saidto be famous
on elover-over the left, or in a fence
*o')rner. Be that as it miaY, he was
ublime on the heroic the other day.
A team of mules. without fear of the
0nsequenc. st:trted to run awAv and
break things. Our friend saw it-saw
te danger,-saw that no eflort was be
inL, made to arrest the catastrophie. In
tantl* he resolved that it woull "-never
o to give it up so," If 1no one else would
ran the ris.k he would. Like n flash Ie
darted after the now aiiost titigovern
ble mules. Recognizing the danger,
and wishing to be on the safe side, lie
said, -Now I lay me down to sleep,"
and then laid himself out for the mules.
With an agile bound he sprang in front
of the maddened beasts. and catching
each of the leaders, hel to theiml with
ists of iron until they were subdued. and
the danger averted. It was heroie.
uch things do n< often happen. Ano
Lher team may not attempt to get up)
andii git inl an1 age. it is hut righit,:as in
:sers case, the honor he is enititled to
be iven him. No mnattcr about the
-over, he ha~s proveni himself mastert oif
theC situaitioni on an occasonl calcultedl to
shake the strongest nerves. .\ll hoinor
o) our C., may the time niever comie wh'1en
bie will have to st.md aside and let riml
nav i mee have thme ro':nl. Our efTort
low is to pa:cifty, we wanit peace.an
:herefore, foir a time at least, we will
~rease everyboldy who wants it dune.
Madame D)emoresti lReliable P'at -
rns oif all sorts enn be obtained ait
Mrs. D). Mower's. 1 :1-tf.
AistT -rll: Tows .m Coi'.i',
The weather though charming, is not
Si eople generally would like it.
Comie object to its being too dry, others
rould not have a drop of rain uinder any'
The cool mnorning's aiid even3ing 's ex
acty suit sonme wvho object to the- heat
of middar, while others want more
heat-the latter' class :; e c:ultivatingr
the cottoa p)ianL.
Notwithstanding aill thme ad verse cir
emstainces, cropis are looking~ pretty
wll. Not as muclh eotton planted as
was lamst seaison.
Corn is looking' very good,j( an:has
been piant-d t' a large exten'mt.
Wesaw somie wvheat on Saturday
which Ih:al been seriouislyv l:i naiged. byi~
le f'oat , outs ar:e genieradlly finte, bhi1
the carlsy :iii late plntige.
One of the finest pa:tchies of o:its in.
this sectbin is that plan31ted b y Mlaj.
Stewart. W.Ve hiav e never seeni aunythmini
to equal it. It shiows whatt p,roperi cud
tivationi will do.
One acre well t illedl is worth ten in
diherently cared for. And as soon a:
our farmers tal:e kindly toh thin theor4y.
anid practice it-they will heciomne inde-t
The 3Ietho)dist Sunday School pro
poe having a ie-niie~ on next F-riday
week. Mfay the 20thi.
Several others are in prospect.
BuithRiveri iS iat piresenit out of fish
Caused by ov'er mech seining.
Court is now in1 session, .Judge MIont
gomery M1oses presiding.
A bale of cotton heavily waiter partk
ed was brought into town LI, t week.
Schl dishmenesty is disgusting.
building a 1-irge houise in (;ravei-'Fiowo
One of oiur you3In en with a frowi
remarked the other day that it was dan13
gerous to spit on the streets (if Newhier
ry. He hado just given away elever
chews of tobaucco.
Strawber'ries are plentiful at 2. :'t,
Latest by Mail.
The Grand .Jury of O'rangebumr;.
County, yesterday, brought in a bil!
indetmenit against JT. L. I lumbert. lat<
ount v Treasurer. and k. .J. 31oses, -Jr.
Gover'nor of the Stamte, for breach c
trst. with fraudulent intentin, andl foi
granid 1areeny-. Solicitor Buti pu>w
h:t a1 bench w:'arranmt be issued fr thi
arrest of thec parutieS. .Jug Grab-zhan
reserved his decision as to his righit t<
isue tIhe w ari rant for the arrest (of th
Goyernoir until this morniing. We unt
derstapdi me:t :a legal adviser of the Gov'
.ryor m:ged tp.od he4 a ga dop fact
the umusie, andh give hatil for his appeaL,
aneie for trial.-Ph/a-. 19th.
E1wBERRY. May 19.-Cotton market ('on
tilnes lirm, at 16 eet'Ci, byut there is not mnuci
Numbier of bales shipped iluring week 168
NEw Yom:. May 1s----ouion dull anf
droipi-g. sa- m,r, at 18 a191. Gold 10
AtLTiM5oRE, May lin.-eOttOu t4iel, ai(
Accei,4ri May 18.-Cotton dull and nomi'
CHAR.LEs%To-. May~ s.-eotton guiet
LIVEELPOOL, Ma 1.- e Ctton steadf -np
l~rd S Orlean~ S
,tock of Staple and Fancy Dry
I departments, collipiising all
lities" of the daY. wiwih we in
1' rlates for ca-ll.
1111nelY Dlep:11rtilient III VOIlliec
ne IIs. and 1V ( II (Ibtailied the
11111erS SOUthl,alote er
1,edus,. who is So well known
ninl:g Counties, to superin telnd
We have ilt ted i"y the r iln
style. wlich-1 is a gcni within
inedt( keep. cl;nstanitly (n
orted stock of Millinery, and
arid acquaintances, as well as
us a call before purehasing
.give entire satisfacoi both
L 4 POOL.
Otir Dorniat Ener'ies.
Omr bodie.: are Ilo! a,: vigOlln, nor our
mind.; as clear :!. ihy ni-,it bie. Tii re
-.k i. true of It t . o-:hirds of riviiized
soiey a:.i of O tese two-thir ds problab!y itnei
I:i;f i- Liboring uder iodily itirmi;ies of a
char ewer likelv o liortei the livt, of thIe
sntferer. Thik is a in lilolv exhillit nid
fulrnishes( ahbol ant fiood 1,6r Iet]T,eioll. C:m1
the evil be mi:igated? it can. Lick (If vitdi
IY i...ll.he primairy C:.1- Of motof thec phys
;et an I men:Ilnfe1ri.g to which we aie
nI I --ted, and th.re:oie a vitalizilg e. ici
nt.l ;I1:Cn II the r medy r ytlired. 1< ther'
Slie- :1 remedy : There is. ni teter' S:mli
awl; Bitr i'2 frItSC::d e trize le Illilld
ant bOdy whe hc li*e power f :he sy-elm
;S in :: 'COmp:!:Ii! -.It y A orV n .,n1' I tE . I.eC
ili id, feeble, d spI oi' -I! ilvalid i" not
:w-y:1re Of "Ihe haivlt e e:lsta n ele
ik dli: . lie thilks there ik o elCree t
of vigor ler i his frune,wheni the i;wt I< that
Li- ph*ysical c:p:ilities are merely aslcep
:11nd O!lyvrnquire w;-kin" Ily. Let himt S:!Ilmu
llt and Mon hiS :m I A '!e ir,erV.:and cit
low it with new motive iower, throagh the
agencyv of 00hi,)nmparabh1e invi;;orant, -ndz
Ie will soon *eel like a .:e%v mn.1, or rather
like a mall who ha recivetd a I I leae tt
life, .1nd the tiiim hl- ith ) to j-)V r.
ManlY hwsie" en-ulFr from chirtinic Ian
guilr'andt depreSion1 causedi hv too ei'te -p
plication to bujiness. nIari stl enti1 me
0 Itel oppdet 11whil ,:coly from a like
e:, - C. Mc:tn< and work int men ire if
ectte in etiv! s:1.Wn e a a a re.-il o1 ovLe:
Iith. TI:lI! "w.--r in thi,rl- :liltii. fromn
wh:,'ever c:m-e, Ho:e t 4 , tni_vh BIkle-,
will prov a.I sizni l e : It ii c p-er1ect
I ilacea for de i ca ..ililv : - mkIII
;oom. wl h bwly, vicars zte
lui:'n a nd hn the n ehs t .i.i t while
a1s ;I reviede fo int si onll.oi'les Vcon
.tip.i:in, rhem:i. ::ni d Intermitn t and
re iiit 1evers, it ta e pll tcedenve of ;l
t lo diici les. May, 1, 18-1m.
It i.s Not Generally3 Knowni
That the shiortest po.-ill route between
the SUt ind Great Wst is throgllhl St.
IS, ovuer uthe e St. Louik, Kans s City and
Sorthern Short Line. T is ro.qii lha Wainei i
sarpi,:ing i:ipormance by re:-son of im men.,c
expendiitre. in t we Expiesoo ye s, of over
two rillion dollars, beidcs carninig-, ill iitn
prveetso roild-'Way. inl rehtyinig their
:Ie withlat I u lity l '::iu seel .it10 irull
rtihais uojr. e ti, andih-l :l ubtiuli ng
forodr car dl 0,C ne elin eb;Illrh coach U
erip e:in ty t:,re:ted am. lise, waihedress
ig roltui ith iloilet conbittwence for 1.
die1), (S tm en and f:un-i!Ies orve ling wXith
ciden, wcitnhougtiyextra tere. This
li run siixfast Exprlie tis teelth
thn an othe lrt:i, :.in connects withoall
the~i g rea Lti GruMo:, eitheo weht,
oot, Speoesa afend as.
eNow,ile!ndig i;t -onipiday wtchmtnen,who(
i< t therabfr :;iftrki asg
de..I w~ e cule:l :h s lconemlain.
tripWestto tke te . i KaOns i.v
M Nother ihrtine tbigteol
and omba,i a!snc fotks ove thiS ecer
argent tlo hrouih itiketsl to the west. For
ither OS. F.MCrh,.icnai HARM O .
I. Grepet, tis, .eittherltl of whomL-5
th at htIwill ihan irma tio I deired h4-ET
IU E FR IIilIt COTN. C t i
. O(IiIhtor a compete assottreJ alif
:l c ~l m a3:9 ri eet4tl l titIls.I'i
Mav 1:, la--i.
PIN TS, IIOH PR1NT.
ThevulI handsomet lt of INT a ver
brought tthis market.1 a:e tov b1ie funn ato
- the F.~ J~i j In
Th)~e ighet Pr teicen for
ICrec tfll y (.iv cll. aiet on of1t farme~t rol:i
the fact o tha I ewdla the Jlthel toGH' E-T
in ixchang they will fin mye a)srlr ntl!t
al com lem as. o n t e pr d:ltitS l':ry lther and
.1 1pri illsodac. i: h tm
May 1:; 19-:ft. a ,ih
FT\T (C. AOLL I jl\DGI.\
ByTh vpiratora ofde i nee abocse,
WIdromteseHn.iJ. C.iuI Leh, trveliof pro
batie fo~: r ew err tot;iuty, I will relf,aOi
tIfhs toits eal Estat bela o..iteo the i
Es!tteil o . p. ies t1. H.ly , ee'd., t id- itr
-O.lie to) Lot the~~to Twne hof
*surdTohre Le 3)e Ares,o t o
an ha e T.&C . . TherLOi., .0
TRMS---on-thir a,h ohaietor.a
. has. T. M. POL LOCK,
The Best Plan Yet
1i the C.\SIi SYSTEM; t works oll for
mIere'h-II1'- :1m11 people. Quit1: -sale; at
short pro!i:. on the ca-h pih.ciple, enab-l
m,!, t., vFrr fre-!i good<- ;-:nd atine
a:1..e, -b. e .r bef. G % k, t ..!e: re
: I Ir. V II M amneru1s fien d
:IIId me o III kxiarnination of my
Large and Varied Stock,
-hieb e bil,v: evvi- thin.1-1g to be de.-ired,
and all j u%hihe i - otTered
AT LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
T. F. HARMON.
Always the Same all
the Year Round.
ce re JURiLT , i
The Leader of Low Prices,
Has again opened a
splendid stock of NEW
GOODS at very low
Come all a n d get
GOOD BARGAINS in
Spring and Summer
N. B.--Prices too low
to be advertised.
C. F. JACKSON,
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARI) & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
lla in s tore one of thle b;irgest and mtost
complete .assor eents of CI.iiNG an d
FCitNlsillNG; GIIODS to be fona:il in the
State. and ,till cointh,uI. to -eli their goods
..:evr lone ast prieC.. (omne and see
not siell chlea1-r th:n the chea pe-t for cash.,
200 Cords Tan Bark.
10O,000 lbs. HIIDES.
Goat Skin;, Sheep Skinis,
.;ply to te un:dersigcned at Newberry
C. I., S. C.
BENSON M. JONES.
:: 0. --tif.
Il.tviin:: miade" arranigemiecnts w..ith the(
leading Watte Manufatotrie' of t he Enited
States, to fiirniiih me witht MOVEM ENTS
andC.0:,7 i l.rg unntties, I am pi e
pred tU lier to myi' cutsto:iter
W atches for Much
than: thev have ever been boughJt be for.
(,ll a:ad exaine mty sock and prices,
anrd be 'onv'.inced Ita whalt.i I say is .so It
I hive no' "'ot the liid of \Witch '.ou mai:
you thei sam youC 1(:1ould havi'e to pay at thei
All Wai q -x S"i(N <'r' Utat
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. 0.
SOMETHING WHICH EVERI
FARtMER~ SHOULD HAVE
TIlIE BIRT6X PL1TIER!
4 |wr,I im;J PnetiontH/
1it hs distaceed all othters, acid .stainb
.cntiyalled for tip.icity, ady ':tiLaility, di:
rabiljity, variety and eltjiciec of work.
Ii op.n,, drills anyt amountt of cotton see'
and cover a:t sam tune tiI. Can drop corn
romi onue to four traints 13, 18, S or 54
inches'' apit is desired. Bhing~ ,tdji ed t
a cottinoir plow-stock, the: farmter cani pion
"r:.'r 4:i cornt or cotton a: Idi ill Ier
lt.1bed to 4.or deLtached I om pio'-stock by'
the C ite 111, .' thr bot.. F.'.erv fa rmer it
Newbenr y hould! have one of thtese imople
me:ts, whicht wil! more thtan pay its cosl
the first seas~on.
(jar: be had lay aplyi:;g to ti;e S4;b;.cr
the only manufacturer for Newberry and
wil! ti.rn thiemu ot as speedily as possible
TERMS LIBER AL.
L. B. BATES,
Gart Mayes & Martin, Newberry, S. C.
Owner of Patent for Newberry County
A pr. 22, 16-2m1.
I ilapply to the Probate for Nenherr;
County onIte 26th Oay of May, 1S74, fo
,.jzy ,h...n a m r i
Newbrri BtusineBs DirecTO,
Cards of teierence inserted i r appro
priate headinga in this colutan. Profess,ioni
al iwen, Merchants. Mechanic, :nd Trades
;uilerally. shouldl have a place in thia Di-i
rectory. Terms moderate.
4aelIrly -.loii - av - lc nti i
Dry Goods. Shoes, &c.
CFALL& P"OOL.-Wholesale and retail
dealer., in foreign and donestiv Dry
Goods, Embroideries, Notions. &c. i
HICK, P. W. & R. S.-Dealers in Dry
Goiods. exut bracin- eerything In I it:
line. PlIntatioI supplics.
Dry Goods, Grcceries, Clothing, Hats, Shoes,
Cotton Buyers, &c.
OVELACE & WIrEEL.ElI.-Dealders in Dry
k Goods. Grocerics, Clot hing, B(lot s.Shoes.
lts. General stock of all kinds of nier
-OOT, .1 -Dealer hn Ueneral Merchan
F dize. Dry Goods. Fancy Goods. Gr(
C- ries. Boot, and Shoes.
-:r1 0K. TIIO-.--I>rv 4 Po,is. N- in s, cp: ibi
: inig. willI:t. n genler,tL ass-pr-t
In it of Giroceries.
G(ils. Grocric-. Clothing. Bouot.
Shoe,;, fats. Crockery. ain- genieral iwtr
G(Jods. Groe-iies, Cr4cker. IlinI.a! Ui . 1l.
&IATILIN. A...Ir od.C!whin-.
Crockery lis :ni -.eo-, anid F:iry
Books and Slatioucry.
Il -M.\lA . .J'ill \ - bot., :ai ,:nti
I .. . . i
Strvcs and Tin Ware.
iGilT.i W. T. le.b i i i i , is:: .
lleaingste. il -it..le-- aii prweis.
Larm assrinwi ofTin Ware. Ii;
1EAVE L L. 1:. Y.-4-uep., ()n hand1 a sple:1
di! sornin of:l inis. ofma de. e
Nv IIeC. Fralied. .il-asse.-) a te 4:
A iI.L L. I .l-Mea' -ervil iat all
hiir--. Fr-ih FiAl and oy:wter.m i
E;M.lN. W. II. -lbsidenit Artit. All
ty les of P'iit areL takenVl. Oe Piet areI
.k Ill. 1PPE & l'i>PE.- Attmonevs-Prac.
lt. i l oin : ! he C fi t ' thi-Z t:t :L.1nd
l thte liiitted Statcs 'ourt..
Ml(R M.\N & 6CHUl7'MPEUsT.-Alto,nivy
VJat Law%. P'l.w(ti('V inll dlt('Cutso
le SUtte. and in it Uiited t, (ouri. 1.
J alE. C. G.-.tt(t -wy a L.: ai R.
ia -i in 11iikirupt tor: C r I -
at * istinet. Pract-ii---. ini :i tiie toan ofLL
UNIE',-;.I I. -L r t Law. iliot.
LE.\V E Ill. J. Ri.-M.,,111nunlts madet! ;I# qw
der andi iii:ill kinids o' inmarb'e and14 grnit
wtrk neatyi excelted. 4
SPEElS. L. M.-Dealer in Forvizn and
To u hrdi inl he- styll. 4:
E.I\II'ANCE HA LL.-Will be reite.d to
public iitertainII:Oison Monda. . l
lisday. Friday aid Satirilday ltlights of ealh
r%IIA'.l.\N. .JOHN A.-Mainiliettirer if
Coitton Gins, of approved style. andii
II AsE. WM. C. & CO-Auction andif Coin
in isin Miehant. Sales tw ice a1
. .C GIlliIN. A. .. - & CO.-Colunniusion
\ enIts flii (.iwer, COX :til MarkleW aa.n
es,i Vi 'LOlis, &c.
EBFl, W.~. IL. A Cu.--Cie inii i i.Tocs aiid
In hIls ~ili l4a.col, FIlu'. .*;in, I51
ii, &c. -
S LINAS. F. 10- dter in (IrOceries :
Plna o uplies. Cash adlvanced1 ii
AYES & M 'RITIN.-Deaulers in Groece
a:ti Cotton flnyers. 41
L E A V EL.L & SP'EA it \.IAN.-G rocers-iand
and bgayer3 e Cottni
:0IIA SE, W3. C.-Grmocery nuel Provi-ioni
1rhnuts. 2ilallohioii Row. 41
Groceries. Canned Goods. &c.
ICK EI . A. M.-D)ealer in Giroceries, Can
ned1'i Goods. Perliiine-ry, andi Toys of ill
L 4. VAE. A. ID.-Groceries. Cini d
Go oil-(. cuect ionerie-, Tobacco atii.
flWES.I A..\ M S -.-Grocerv and PrI
IS )N..:1. C.-lecr In Grorie4s of all
kiliii iant-.l Gooids, Itagginhg, T!e.
T<! huico anld 'Segars.. 4:;
Confectioneries, Segars, Fruits.
PEif-CK..L. F.--rench ani Alnerix:in Con
. eet inerv. Firlits. Nuts. Toba,tcco andi
ars of bes-t kinils. i
o a ll Ikjids. Fruits ini scason, Nutk.r
Jewelry and Watch Makers.
PEClI.,ai4 N F.-4 e&t-eg in lii.e Wat-he,,.
ClckI.t-wi.lryv. tlveriind Plateil W'are.
pctel.li, Eyie Glasse., FaneyvI. odS. &c. 4:
IAJ 114.1T & Cc PPl' l(.--Dealer- ini Cl. th
in.ltu g.entleiinei's oniliitltinig gen
ru lIlii ihoe. HaI:t-. '1111nks.ii Valiis. e.
.\-i deli ini gencrl aiiecaii zej.
H INTER. MR:-. -rs :kn fe a
.\ANT. til. S. F.-Druiggist Whle-,:ib
f all. het ill )eailer ini Drn:U..iiines.
:heinicaLIS, Pine Meic lina l Li i Irsian
*Wan and .Lock dinith.
Gunsiil. Pi-tol-. Lock-, &c. sai hi Goild
an ii 1;roceies.
Wines, Liquors, Segars. &c.
*EON A RDt. -L. B. &CO,-Whiol'sale andRe
til Deleris ini TIobacco. t-gar . Pps
& c. W..is :aid Liquors otf pure nai.:Jii ies In
Siik and Straw Goods,
Now open at
Mrs. D. MLOWERI'S.
UND2R IIR AV u.fiCle.
. r. 1, l -tf.
Who Wants an Organ?
Any one in need of ne of Neei:ni & Sons
Orgat, will find it to their dntg to
apply to the ERA LD OFFICE
SJn. Q1, ?
Dry Goods. Groceries, X
FLOi Fi0i'l FLuiN
FROM Ti E
I ' l : li.-T F.ANILLY FL.U.At:!
AND TH!E -EsT IS THE CHE.IPES'
A Large Supply on: land.
Ihoice Family Grocerie.
i evev !. 'ription.among whic are wo
ELECANT HAMS, &C.,
I .i n.OOD ll W I .1
ii::u -: :nr ib fory S:;e a ne o
.-LV f0 C i-, - I I t e. n 1. iI I :: ,
Ii T : i'l i I 1 .6J .
Glass and trockery-Ware.
tT LOW RA'AES FO CASI
WITHIN TP E NEXT 60 DAYS.
\Il pen.~ons wishay to b, u0tiodI apw
n.: ; Uy sItIck. I Uo t 1 " 0t o )IC e i I v
- i .;d s a b r a:.
; t;.,o oiilr or .vle ou rlo-bi Len
HOUSE AND LOT,
1 d A.-ab Ce i pce, s 1in tC On ihe COi;e;
-ad . "ei t p .. i
A. A. NATHAN,
A mr. 1, i:-2m.
Do YOU WAN
Excellenit in ( ualit'
Joods, LafiiPlmal.No:ion1s, of :01 kind.
Anld Many Ot1/r ArdieJes
At the Lowest Markc
Onz the corner, and unde the .1 Ib:n.A
F~or Cheap Goods,
And the Best Atten'tio;
A 1r 1 1:; If
J. C. WILSON,
Of all kin1ds, such as
nyuars, Coffee. Rice,
~- Bacon, ('hoice Hams
Flour. Lard, Moln5se
PRLESH MEAL AND GRIS'I
P OvkJ terI' . Sai ne ,
Sheetings and Yarm~
BAGGIN6G AND TIES,
':ERY STg a;,G & of ut hie uliil
BE SOLD CHEAP
Made and Repaired
At ti:eir 1:hops, at NeI\rry, S.T.
ISFAGT'I IN G'A RANT '-L'I ..
to:Init y,ljV superCinItendsi the WagonI a
I .FICE CI UINTY CQ.i 1')INERS
-NE EI::W.. Y C: H., S. C., 3Mar. 2. 1S
A t a mneetin:: of' the Board of County t
truuduccd by Denn i 31ates:
Re'(olved, ThatI w;e thel County CommniI-s
or neCar Liiu . llutr', byv way of Jo1 In tre
interseCI tI. Chenew c;tt road two 1211les bel
!: og *I' ev!, fe. ently laid 'aUt bCy the 'pee
t)1 omnii'tines, w ithl a few sligh't chang~
Q 10 t pit the toad on hetter grOl.d
TheC reolut:enl was agreed0 to byDe
Mloates d] Allen ltice, but was~ obj. tid
by Thos. Kettt, uponl the gr0ond that
thintks the fortntr ,ettlement load I uthereI
Cair'n, B- C. C., N C
Mar. .1. 8~4~~3m*.
F. N. PARKEP
1.. . 2 . :. . , .. ! .\ : . .
I C -.sh L T '
, Ci iaSI Prices aiiid atMir' s
.0 U.N. .
I C ::: If -
In p|: ! . : . ? -
(i. at 12 J.!
;dc oha :r!1c u eo;gn;i tw Fs
m I N01 b :-: n 1::,
Feir ~ :ad, :h : .lo fro Ch ourt
-(H)ui, c1aui:tr' .i ie
Olle .l..tt il')6l \''i 11 \'
- 4l - 11 U 4' 1'es, 1
m'01re ir, '. :. :N.d WV.
l; . rl.. por. i' an
ST AT i OF i 'UTi AR J, AtINA.
Cot t' TY ()
IN 'llE %'( )31lPjJ PLEA.S.
.Iol,zt ;!.,;iSt i ! Ja.;i c if. A iiil, as Ex
TCE101- of ti k.i-t -i a..3 esei lunt l
eDavid 11. hiart :ted. o'ia: ti- in.
andj.. G.1i~ , .12 Pm',z v, bev:i"-:u s.
a i. m I i m ee i:: . :.y L ii: , t o p,1 .
Por ha-- 4:4. to ' ' Uor pg r, r4:I. 1:cup i.
. er44 . 14 "P. mn: Dep*. 4.e iis i
A,I 1pri , 1 1 - 14-5:
I TATE a 1-.' U;1'Ti ( . .i.4 04RN&lN v.
- , .r emos ofth le Wil.~ and Te .'e.t .of
Daid.'l .-' ic o:.er e'd., Plinitt0' '. :
A2PII ' .::t 1 J 5,~
.N:!,tce n o f J:2ude i.Ac haLogE.
a P0 e er, 11at '/.1. Pie cat4r, i'a:rie E.
~ie te andi~ Luhet G.1 Pi.'r '4 >efend: All.
n~ obe14):e0 e t o an dc rpacd y i
th .re 1or' of Ar.d v . Pie;:te:,. .' ,
N 4,-, hem , no(itre4e., dyo
1).. .. ca R fre
1-sth A pr,I7)-.
hern-.e N.e.,wiby:.e Hadso e
g44.'i'e s.de.4 for land. Alopo ideb
Coep OLUMBIAw,es S. C.wok o
part P Of'the~e 14..' Or tC2 :ent .1.4. 1I4
rai., an HO i I 'o 'pr:t wit h tfeg lar
st ablished immigratio .44. . ele '.. c h
.\b . R . 4.o ...s G . ;; .z.e h si
..10. . u s al. Gr.~' " 1. J.C:.;ir CE-v hae
cone: e- W>M:ed: : "'Ontr retN n
Jalnd corso.: :ce. H. ?rLrE. .
rpect. WM. CORMAN,
.Tn1v 'm 9A...t? -D.--ta.
:P-:- G,&d t!"t, I%; W tvp-es,4
IS RECEIVING HIS
.A. A i. '-k i: r a:A -:u-ied, iu the
HEAVY WOOLENS. &c.
SHOi' ROFiTS FOR QUICK
S.H. .1 .&SINF ACTION
G U A R .1 N 'IT I E D .
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
tun.n:1 i: j! iV tem o.er:c -, :wd :he want
Wil not, e n:lnu lo !) 1 ite rme:mtime,
T6 Lf1W,1 S!IM1 & UI T
1 himic1f. the e.e- t thin4 img.rinable. No
Cain I' 'O we! or w0: (om.e ond e:Camine
(jut. :;2, 1-a.
FORL AlThNS ARE NCW READY
vi:g h''l ed fr..m !!.' Northern
id . :. :: L ::. fl'-ho g:p As.
so i-.. : 'o I " i a::. 1 r eae
t doId . a ev r e.I. , by 'n
I' o!n .. rs.rv a ne :tnd
My4o. a ,:) .9:e ir o mon.g
which .& , a Ine :o4 o
Pictr PaperJ)C Weig hts, &c.
PHlTlRAPHS, F EBROTYPES,
Com 1 i' an F.nai ' ng Old Pictures,
G. lleGe :t: .ah asts;: re
no:.erit:idea :re d::.-'ouA, and do
A ',ra i. :Mayn's 1:r:i.:d for inaipection?
ie .1 I . t -.' ' :' c me ato'e n
era I .dy.Phon :-fphhr
W. H. WJSEMAN.
COL,UMBIA, S. C
O - t ta. d:r. :1 a-t~~ 01 tlm~ Art.
A . RISER
1 P, .i: tra.
Xa*T - T ). T4 i .W )LI ,
\ w hath mad.
- - ar4 e ! lfec s
- -e- 0 b*.4 e I
- .' er dio
p - ; i ..'' . of Projat.,
on diy. ' ' . & flnex , f:..r
-a a: a f, a .u :' 0 inth fra
be ,ai .\.!: i r a :. "4 o-dyd not be
r::- . a we u I)e..yH .,tis2t
3.:t 1: 1 --5
T r.:2 i of LEA~..\. i ... con:-:-tg
by !.2a;l .a :.:eat. '.: :' er per :z:.
to :ai,! :-!.o.,rue in the h.iu.is of Hiera
H ENIRY H. R LEASE,
E -. HOLMAN.
HingI turne ii :.-~ to~ Mar. Ifenry U.
U; : i.'.' my i : : ' : .e t m t of Hease
&. Co. i solci-. !or 1:1 uw s.ime Iberad
pa.trona"e t::it w:-' h.e .rm' good fortune
to enjoy. R. B. HOL3LAN.
1Feb. 18. St84-8-tf.