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Speciab and Local.
InDZx TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTs
L. R. Marshaff-Wanted.
Jeol-Carwile-Statement of the Nationa
Bank of Newberry.
Riordan, Dawson- &s-The Negs aim
Courier or fle Campaign.
AU wM*iwll bear tg,an
one which has,been told in- the HimA
time arid ai-is again brought to the
read6rLattenUi_k. They will be pleased
to hel it,4tooffr it will lead theiz
minds in a plessant channel. It is sim
ply -this-if any article in China,
Creery, Glass, Iron, Tin, Wood, Stone
or -cdposimion used by housewives is
ne6ded, the plc ogtha C, Is at
Kinland , u m
bia Hotel, Clumbia, S. C Wo-charge
is made for this information; it isgiven
gratuitously to benefit the readersof
this paper, and in consideration of the
desOd-ate state of the money market.
Try th0m. 2&-tf.
hWhEn'EdwarScboltz repairs your clock
or watlilt is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1y
TaoxPso.,DntLs, over Phifer's Store,
The ' ratic~ Clifof this Town
ship meetg this (Tteday) evening to
transact important business.
The heading, Tilden: and Hendricks,
for'Peident-and Vice-President, was
invrtenly left out in our last issue.
Ticke toth C4ntennial ought to be
cheaper. Many would avail themselves
of the.please oLging if a reduction
O6r kind friend in Augusta has our
heartfelt thanks for he fine watermelon
he w - It was-duly appreciated and
all who partook of it blessed the donor.
May he live long and prosper.
Last week in the account otthe Ham
burg afair a mistake was inadvertently
made by saying that Doe Adams was
killed. Doe escaped and we heard no
thing of him until lie testified at the in
Attention is called to the statemer.t,
in another column, of the- National
Bank of Newberry, which is 'ne of the
stiongest Banks in the up country. It
owes its success to the skillful manage
ment of its efficient-offieers.
We have received from W. J. Mills
a mammoth Centennial beet, weighing
17 lbs. Mr.~MiJs sezh _ttM from.
Prosperity, and in a note says he "defies
-Ne*berry to beat this beet" It eer
ai t akthe rag off the bush in the
Thie folo6igbamesagenlemen were
eleceNdas delegates to the County Con
vention from the Young Mens' Deme
c ratie Club: J. E. Brown, 0. L Schurm
pr,Dr. D. S. Pope, Y. J. Harrington,
J. Y. Culibreath, T. C. Pool, L. C.
Moore, W. H. Wallace, S. B. Fowles.
McCrgr, Love &.Co., with their
mammoiih store in- Columbia, -are-still
holding their own in the dry goods line.
Tb stock offers as good asecio
as onecan fid in the State. Write to
them for; ,what you want, if you don't
see it mentioned in their advertisement.
There is a gentleman travellhng over
the1%tteinterviewing men on the
political situation and trying to find out
whiich feeling predominates, straight
out or fusion. When he comes to New
berryr be wrill find the people in favor of
straighb.out and mighty straight at
AteldisicailedJ;o - the advertise
ment of the News and Courier. That
paper needsino eulogy from us. Every
one that reads it knows how it stands
on, the all important topics of the day,
anid although some may differ with it,
yet alloan say that it is sincere in its
course and is working for the best in
terest of the people of this State.
WVe have had the pleasure of seeing
a copy of theNesanPrs;aie
paper published at Cimarron, New
~Mexico. It is filled with valuable in
formati2n concerning the advantages of
that comparatively unknown country.
It would rep&y all 'who desire to gain
infoimation concerning the resources
of titi-ich territory to send for's copy
of the ews and .Press.
ths, W. W. -Waldrop met with a
painful accident on Friday. She acci
dentsl&fell off the front piazza of her
residence and broke her leg just below
the kn~ee. -At the last accounts she was
doing as well as could be expected? but
suffered a good deal. Mr. Waldrop,
who ha4bis.hand cut by a thresher a
week'or so ago, is still confined to his
bed,apd so both husband and wife are
strickea down together.
We are indebtedto Mr. R. W. Boone,
Postniaster at this place, for copies of
the HonalnluW papers-The Gazette and
The Friend. Both papers are filled
with very interesting reading matter
concerning that semi-civilized country.
WN etice that in the commercial col
umn of The Gazette, canned missionary
is not quoted. We have been brought
up to believe that that was a staple
article of diet among the Hawaiians.
TAKE WAnsxN.-Thie number of
deaths in the Northern cities from the
excessive heat is a warning to our peo
ple~f&be on their guard. There were
fodit4wo heat deaths in the city of
NeiYork in one day (July 10th,) and
Igare staled godsuntority deths,"
Iht )- saed ngodsuntrity, deat
Thompson, Dentist, will be absenI
fr6m his office from July 25th, uUtil
August 15th, as a deTegate- from-hi.
State, to attend a meeting of the Ameri.
can Dental Association at Philadelphil.
We rece '*edfrom Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, the second
-part of the "Fort Moultrie Centennial,21
containing an account of the festivities
on the 28th of June in Charleston, :to..
gethe- with the speeches; &c., on that
oceasion. Both part first and second
are of historical interest to the people
of this State, and every one should have
a copy.osad 2ifelo to Wlker Evnit
&-Cogswell~ Charleston, 8.0 Ofor pirt
second and you will eitd
Several defunct Rad.
ical party have given stit"of c43p
ing to life0gain and are seeking ater
the different lucrative offices. The fid
is consequently filled with candidatesr
all the present incumbents are can
didates, together with a host of others,
who have signified their willingness to
esacifice (?)th0aselves; but it will be a
great disapp?*ntment to every one of
them to haveto retire into the shade of
private life, while the Demoratsw
the people whatthey know .utgqy
er4nig the County.
"Two women fainted and a mpn
shouted for the police, -when a clothe&
iigure tumbled down in front of a Boston
store. The thought is it *as a case of
ns.roke." Our clothingriends ver
the way on Mollohon Row are more
eagfu.pfihe health 6R their employees;
we notice that they will no longer allow
him to expose himself to the rays'of U
meridian sun. This localfouid him in
a collapsed condition a week ago, and
was compelled to take a drink of black
berry wine to bring him to-the young
man -being too weak to take:it himself.
OMENEMAL REU.-The following
was sent to us by a gentleman who
found it in a. book purchased at Auc
tion, sometime since in'Columbia:
Juelie the forth 1865 I now take this
(this letter is to robart Mckance) opa
tunity of writeing those few lines hope
ing thay may sucseed too my underta
ken in 1860 1 hard from father he then
lived on the conner of calhoon and
elegzander Street and'I hav not hird
from him sence I hope the chirch will
bee interrested in this letter I am a
soldger. beloning to the twenty Six new
y'orke'Calard trupes cumpeny F battra
taler. Mr thomas Mckance Derect yore
letters to Mr thomas hunley cumpeny
ef battra taler
I MIay no more to Say at Presant yore
Frenid Thomas Me good after-Noon
- Excuse that misstake on .the other..
side of this letter
To-reach the highest standard of health,
nature demands the utmost regularity of the
bowels; a slight deviation brings manfykin
ronvenieges and paves.thjiway to mnore -
-iousanxgers? We caineodmnendD1r. BuWrl'
Vegetable Pills a.s the best medicine for the
needs of the *'estive apparatus.
Am30er THIE TOWN AND) CouNTY.
Locals are fearfully scarce thiuk.
Fine apples sold here on Thursday
ast at thirty cents per peck. -
Everything has something Centennial
n it now-the thermometer went up to
00 on Monday.
During the storm'on Tuesday llitt' a
ree in Dr. Fant's yard was -struck by
ightning. Mrs. T. F.- Harmon, who
ives across from.Dr. Fant's, was thrown
from a sofa by the shock;- and several
flower pots, &c., were broken.
Several dogs around town' have been
White's Spring has become quite
a fashionable resort every afternoon
for. the ladies.
Never before has there been such a
plendid apple crop. All the trees are
oaded down with fruit; peach crop
ill not be as good.
Several young ladies are getting up
heatricals for a charitable purpose.
The Rev. Mr. Pritchard has recover
d fi-om his attack of sickness, and fidled
is pulpit as usual on Sunday..
There was some sort of political pow
ow on Thursday night among the
The young men have constructed a
am over Scott's creek, near Mr. Jones'
ish-pond, for thd purpose of bathing.
The Hook and Ladder Company have
ot as yet commenced their usual Sum
Base Ball seems to have played out*
mong the Young America's.
We were hard up yesterday, hard up
today, -and from present appearances
iHl, be hard up forever if those that
we us don't soon pay up.
Nothing unusual to record this week,
11l are pursuing the even tenor of their
ay unruffied and undisturbed.
Rain is needed and so ismoney. A
Every day the cars going up have
>me passengers fleeing from the heat
f the low country to the cool breezes ]
f the mountains. t
The County Convention meets this
The Young Mens' Christian Associa- t
on meetings on Sunday afternoon aret
Home-raised watermelons are scarce, a
ut apples are plentiful.
Capt. A. P. Pifer has gone off on a
'ip to Virginia. -
Th otncos rudtw r
ooking splendidly. t
ThCra utcs aeoeo w
Te Tvray, sticeties neory two
aae vr a,smtmsvr u
imI :whc Kolnm -
licrous ones, which aflbrd amusement c
Thieving is still in full blast in this
Coj4fy, as will be seen from theTO%ll
Mr. Hawkins, of the Beth Eden neigh
borhood had his't egtable garden raid
ed upon and lost considerably;
Mr. Sampson Merchant, living near
'Relena, reports the loss of a large quan
tity of Irish potatoes;
How much more of this kind of work
has been done we know not-no other
reports being made. This is only the
4eginning-the heavy campaign is not
A haalthier conditionin the chicken
marke is reported, the supply last week
was moderately good, and about every
other man was enabled to indulge in a
fry or pie. It is our opinion that the
only legitimate way of preparing chick
ren is a nice, -brown fi'.
Mr. White's dug out has been ex
'tended. It -is his intention to change
the order of things by making the spring
pay him. He is right, he has been pay
ing out long enough.
The song of a musquito has been
heard in Newberry, but whether it has
presented its bill is not known. It was
broughiup from Charleston by one of
the Centennial girls in her pin back.
e The,parties who have been stealing
_hiqe.ns. Row the good old saying,
,*teh and pray." They watch until
the^pfop-rietor gods off and then pfey
on the defenceless hens.
Many of the contry people were in
'town on Saturday. ..6
The illustrated paperscan beordered
at the HiA Bo6k'Store
Bati asfiord's Mill has be
Sunday the_ heat was excessive, but
all the churches were well filled.
Atteition is called to the notice of the
SfeExecutive Cdmmittee, in reference
to nie'etings of Conventions, &c.
The rocks have-discontinued their an
ties on D r-ill s' place, but still
the mystery is uneixpAined.
John Thomas, who was shot in the
Hamburg- affair, used to -live in this
County, and is not*vrably remember
ed by the man whose wife he ran off
Newberry lias more colored boys,to
the^sqluare inch than any other. town in
theilStage, t.h_eyae1 so unexeedizr
their grasping after -the mighty nickel.
W. J. Duffie, Booksdller, Columbia7
has a few Pianos and Organs of cele
brate. makers, to .sell on.the $10 per.
month installment plan. This is a first
rat's chance to procure a good ins.tru
P OST OFFICE,
NEWBuarY, 8.. C., July 15, 1876.
List of advertised letters for week ending
uly 15, 1876: -
Baker, Mrs. Nan. - Johnson, Henry
udgens, Dr. B. IWilliams, Warren
Jackson, Jno. (ool'd.)
Parties calling for leers will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
Awavira AT POOL'S HOTh,
A. N. Talley, Jr., Columbia; Jas. L. Blesse,
. J. Carrington, W. H. Carwrile, L. A. East,
. W. M1. Simmons, T. J. McCrary, City; B.
dell Duncan, Venice, Italy; Jno. Willis,
dgefleld;. T. Hasell Dick, Sumter, S. C.;
W.T. Butt, Augusta, Ga.; Jack Henderson,
R. T. Gist, W. P. Garrett, E. George Keitt,
ewrberry; 31. T. Simpson,. Cross Hill; C.
. Farrar, N. Y.; L.E. Farley, Clinton; J.
'. Bailey, Atlanta; J. S. SBeqarman, Jr.,
SINGULAR FACT !
Is'it not strange that people run off after
trange things, when they could do better at
ome? Nearly every man, woman and chifdl
n the country knows Ayer's, Jayne's;,'
right's, Radway's or Titt's Pills, and very
ew know Dr. Jas. 1. Gilder's Liver Pills;
md yet, we venture the assertioii, that any
>neO- buying and using a single box of Dr.
lilder's Pills, will never buy one of another
naufacture. DrS. F. Fain sells them.
t. FLOW ER THAT CHANGES ITS COLOR.
Botany is a division of natural science
rhieh treats of plants, and a study of Vege
~able Physiology must be the foundation of
otanical knowledge--a study only possible
y the improvements in the microscoye and
ai organiic chemistry. As plants are . not
catered haphazard over the earth, botanical
gegraphy .must be studied, anid, with this,
lant-history. Botany may be applied to the
~rants of every-day life, as in Agrieulture,
orticulture, or Medical Botan~y. Animals ]
ften exhibit a marvelous instinct in select-.
g medicinal herbs, and an observation of
heir habits has often, even in the presentt
~ime, led to most valuable discoveries. And
~hould man., with his knowledge and ap
liances, fail to discover less than the brute ?
t is of Medical Botany we would -speak, or
f the HEPATINE PLANT, discovered in
~othern Nubia, the Flower of which changes
ts color with every change of the atmds- ~
here. The remarkable changes and v-aria-t
ons of this Plant and Flower have been for z
ears our special study, resulting in the dis- t
~overy of its possession of wonderful medical s
roperties, the existence and value of which
ave heretofore been entirely unknown to
edical science. After much lar.and scien-1
ifc investigation, we have succeeap( in ex- f
acting its .peculiar medicinal principles,
rhich is a specific and cure for all diseases
f the Liver, Stomach and Bowels; a perma
Lent cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Spleen,
onstipation, Jaundice, and all Bilious Cor-n
laints. Of course we cannot send a living
'lower of this Plant to all who read of Hepa- l
ne; but to all who will send their address
> MEBREBL, & CoUDEN, Philadelphia, Pa.,
rith a three-cent stainp for return postage,
e will send FREEs a fac-simile of the Flower,
at will change and color just the same as C
e real Hepatine Flower.
The Medicine, MERRELL'S HEPATINE,
r ses by Dr. S. F. Fant, Newberry, S. C.,
d will cure all diseases of the liver. 21-tf
Health-Promoting Stimnulant. a.
Physicians, who cer.tainly ought to be the
est judges of such matters, declare that
~holesome stimulation is not only desirable,
at essential in many instances. When the b
~mporary good effect of a sound stimulant is b
>~nfirmed and rendered permanent. as in the tI
ase of Hostetter's Stomach-Bitters, by the d
:tion of tonic and alterative principles com
ined with it, it becomes infinitely more effi
cious as a renovanit of physical energy and a
~ onnditinn~ Af thA hnuiv U
mERY, Ju18--Cotton.quiet, atli.
'cents. One bale shipped during week.
LIVERPOOL, July 17.-Cotoon quiet and
unchanged-middling uplands 5g; middling
Orleans 6. ~0
'NEW YoRK, July 17.-Cotton quiet; sales
243, at 111a 11 15-16. Gold steady, at 1.11 a
BAIrMoE, July 17.-Cotton quiet-mid
CHARLESTON, July 17.-Cotton quiet and
AUGUSTA, July. 17.-Cotton in moderate
:I have -established a TAN YARD in- he
Fork of Little river and Castles creeir,
where I will TAN HIDES ON SHARXS.
Satisfaction guaateed: Will -be-&afdrr
my friends and patrons to give me a call.
ROBT. W. ATCHISON.
July 12, 28-3t.
All persons having demands against the
estate of Gamaliel T. Scott, deceased, are
hereby required to present the same, pwperly
attested, to the undersigned, or to Messrs.
Saber & Caldwell, their Attorneys, on or be
fore the 15th day of August next; and-all
persons indebred to the said deceased are
hereby notified to pay their respective debts,
by the said date, if they would save costs of
EMILY F. SCOTT, Executrix,
T. S. DUNCAN, Executor.
July 11th, 1876. 28-3t.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES.-FOR
THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
In the Matter of Hugh.K. T. Bonds, Bank
By whom a petition for adjudication 'of.
bankruptcy was filed on the - day of
--,A. D 187'6, in said Court.
This is to -give notice that -on the 11th
day. of July; A. - D. 1876, a warrant-id
bankruptcy was issued against the estate of
Rugh K. T. Bonds, .of in the
Countyf -Newberry, and"Stati'of Souti
Carolina, who. has been adjudged a bAnk
rupt op.is own petition ;. that the payment
of aay debts and-delivery of -any. peoperty
-belonging to said Bankrup$, to him or for
his use, and'the transfet' of any' property
by him are forbidden by law; that a meet
ing,of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to
pro7' their-debts, .and' to choose one or'
more a?sigdees of iis estate, wift b held at
a court..oa ptcy,-o be baone. atiNe-r
berry, C. H., S. C., before C. G. Jaeger,
Register, on the 31st day of July, A. D.
1876, at 12 o'clock, M.
R M.. WALLACF,
U. S. Mirshal, as Messenger
Per A. P. Pira, Deputy Messenger.
July 12, 28-2t.
WHOOD:. OW0 ffW-7M 9D!
~~Just published, a new edition of
. Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated Esa
bn the radical cure (without medicine) o
SPERMATORRHEA or Seminal Weakness, In
voluntarySemialLosses, IMPOTENC aso,.
Coseno,PIr3PsT and FuTs,lried
by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance,1
mirBrie,9'asealed envelope, -only- slx
Trhe celebrated authoi~-,tliis ajdmirable
FAsay, carydemonstrats from. a-thirty
years' sucesfu ractice1ththe dlarming
consequenices of sif-abuseimay beradically
cured without the. da .rosuse of-intera
medicine or the aplcation of the knife; t
pointing out a mode of cure at once sml,
certain, and effectual,b means- ofwhc
ever suaferer, no matrihthis candition
may be ycure himsel~f cheaply, -private
Ly and rdcly. --
4y This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain evlp, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt ofsix
-eAddress thle Publisher,.
P. BRU%*XAN & SON,
- - -41-Annst.,jew York.
SPost Office :Bo, 4586. July 12; 28-1y.g
Niotice to j'espassers.
All persons are- hereby -notified not to
trespass on our lands, by -hunting, fishing ~
yr in any other manner.' Any person so
!oingwilbe proseeuted-to -the. fuHest -ex- i
;ent of the'law.
4. W. Mdahts, jEllen E. Banks,
W'. P. B. Harmon, 1J. L. Hunter,
WT. P. Harmon, A. 0. Stockmian,
L. M. Dominick, John A.-Mayer,
krs. Catherine Moore, Hi-M. Dominick,
Walter Wise, - -A. J. Long,
r. H. Boozer, J. 0. Koon,
July 5, 27-3t*.
JOHN C. SEEGERS, ~
COLUMBIA, S. C., o
Respectfully informs the public that hay
og placed his ICE MACHINE in complete
arder, he is prepared for the season to fur
PURE ICE in any quantities,
elivered at Depot in Columbia, at $1 per
undred.- -ghis-Ice-is manufactured-of pure,
weet spring water,-at 30~ deg. below trees. a
ng, and is pronounced better and purer
han any other..
Pure unadulterated Lager Beer, Wines,
iquors, Segars and Tobacco by the whole
ale and retail.
Orders solicited and satisfaction guaran
eed. . May 17, 20-tf.
Orders left at my house (opposite Dr. P.
~. Ruff's) for ICE CREAM will receive re
rm.attention.' - Freezera from three to
ight quarts will be. furnished nicely frofsen
nd paclked wtlh . Prices to suit 'thes
imes. Families, parties or pic nics fur- P
ished on short notice. To my friends in
be country who like Ice Cream I .would
ay I'll take counLry produce in exchange. a~
would also say to my friends .anywhere
ithin twenty miles of town, if you know
Ia plc nic or barbecue let me know and in
'1l be there with Ice Cream for sale. Don't of
arget L. R. MARSHALL. te
May 31, 22-tf. - ed
;ITUATIONS WANTED FOR
ORPHAN BOYS. r<
The Board of Commissioners of the Char- .
~ston -Orphan House have several boys,
com 13-to 15 years old, whom they wish th
> bind out to Farmers, Merchants or Me
banics in the interior of the State. Appli- LI
itions may be made by letter addressed
> W. C. BEE, "Chairman of the Board,
harleston, S. C. W
June 28, 26-1m.
Farmers, Farmers! 1
jimms' Star Seed Planter aid I
I iltk lauei hwn t n
Ieile tanel leau one Droills ctt n
eaeveuIlycand wll seyou neDrlals cottl -i
rugthell aown. Puts you lr gao TB
rowngh the quan. Puesired. r P ancoT
2,n ino4e ayqart, lsoies. Dills -n
jysalgan ba,rc,&. ado
a,in will n ~o et prun lo ea. ri l oe
ay small grain, wheat, rice, &c.: Bagd on
,oohina will not run nE Cavarern enver
By applying to the undersigned, LUM
BER. Xill; be delivered by the Car Loa<
at Rail Road Depot at Newberry, at the to
Lumbervsawed to order,- @:$14.50 per I
Drdesed Oeiling, (tQngued and -
.grooveO,)........ *..@ 18.50
Dressed -Flooring, (tongued
and grooved,)........@ 19.50
This Lumber comeiiqrom Oringeburf
and is of superior quality"'
J. N. FOWIES.
May 10, 19-3m.
111 OK IP
PENCJLS, 5,10,15 and 20 cents each.
COMMERCIAL NOTE, -10 to 20 cents pe
PIRIES *gnd REPP NOTE-superior quali
CENTURY NOTE-elegant-in boxes.
ENVELOPES, 10 to 50 cents per bunch-a]
WEDDING and INVITATION PAPER wit]
ENVELOPES to match.
INK, 5 cents -and upwards-all colors
black, blue, violet and red.
POCKETDTARES, 25,50,75 and $1.
BLANK BOOKS-Ledgers,. Days::and Re
cords, from 50 cents up.
SLATES, 5 cents to 75.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS-wil
be sold at cost and carriage. -Call at once.
-BEST AND LARCEST
Assortment, of NOTE, LETTER,ad-BOW
PAPER to be found in Newberry.
All of whieh and more are to'be had ai
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EWR FRRV elERCH A MTS
*fDry Goode s Groceri",s PC
NEW AND SAFE DEPARTURE
WHICH WILL fE SOLD
REGA Ith8S WCOST!i
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, .until a clear
ance is effected, without regard i66ot
Woolen Goods of all k1nds
. ,.! . iNCLDING
I -MEAN WHAT I SAY
MY STOCK OF
tjs full-and complete, and will be SOLD
LOW FOR GASH.
GraniteAiffe Sh ft , Iet
ing and Orifings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted 156 proof, and as good as
any oil sold.
ijustly 0eiebrated jrttIzeIsJs ac
qud a reputation which placeE it in the
I am repar e nishnin nquanti.
ties an on the most liberal terms, and will
take leasure in showing testimonials re
cefve from different pArties who hav
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Have in store their
FALD 1VINJTR 8T4)f
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected' with great care.
The ladie.e are invited to examine our
assortmept of . -.
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods,
. Eihbrai de(is
CJASSIMEREs AND PIECE GOODS
Of all kinds for gebtlemen and youth.
Besides the ab,ove we have in store a fine
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all~kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
Aund many other articles which it is need
dess to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
iP. W. & R. S. CHItII.
Sep. 22, 38-tt.
.Dry Goods A" .]Pifisry
Owing to the scarcit of money the under
signed has, from this at,reduced his en
tire stock to prices whic cannot fail to
please those in search of GOOD goods for lit
Full and complete stock of
DII GOODM, NOIOfR, &K
Always on hand.
Latest novelties now' in stock
ECEU LACE, LACE TIES, GRENADINE,
ILLUSION, PIUSLACE MUSLINS,
EIBBONS, all wdh, and the new
styles at 25 cents per yard.
All orders promptly and carefully attend
C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
& Send for samples.
May Ist, 18765. -.-18-tf.L
Spfing and Su mrrrCo1ia
JOII 800tfTT & 0O
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
We-offer to the public LATEST STYLEs
.BUSINESS AND DBEESS SUITS,
for Men and: Youths. GENTS' FURNISH
[NG GOODS, FINE HATS, &c., at lowest liv
In nm.M A TTFAC"TTRTAIN. n'EDA'fATrpN
Dry Goog, Boo
ORY Goo BO
In accordance with'ir Semi-Annual cusi
mostattrative stock df DRY GOODSPHA1E
PETS AND MATTINGS, at such prices as,hi
We have bought within the last-ten days
New;Yrk, S25,000.00 WORTE.OF GOODS4
Oders.fIthe countryAlwaysreqeuie o
The following partial price list will convii
e Cass F :aty Print, fast colo...
Cases Fancy Prints, Madder Pr
- :0 CasesFaucyrints, Standaid cold.
2 Cases 4-4 Printed Cambrics..'..
2 Cases 4-4 Pacifie'Cambrics and Lawns
Mi newest and,besttrands Prints....
5 Cases Wamsatta 4-4 Bleached.....
5 Case AndrbWdggi44 Bleteied...
1 Case Colored Grenadine Dress Goods.
-50 Piecesi -ew Style Dress Goods.
The largest stock of Boots and Shoes
Mens' and Woib' 9r'dgisi'iiid Shoes a %
2,500 jards Hambargh Edgiuzgs and Inser
We will r6pleniA oitt Btiigifu. Conters d
better goods.for heir moner. than tby1llave e
2Zo use in bgmbin'aboiul iaid1times.w1
Call early and often to secure Bargains.
.070 Samples sent byiaV*le requeste
Express, C. 0. D., FREE OF CHARGE.
* WREERY, I
MXy 17, 42-ly. COLUMs
DRY GOOD& A
OIL CLOffS, MILLINER
Brown Shirtings..........from 6 a.10c.)
Prizdts...' .. ......1..romi 'IOcY:'
Check'd.and Strip'd.Homepn o6.a 12c.
4P AND EV2Et ARTICLE KEPT HT A 'PIBsT CLA
SEWING KACHIngS~ ATTACHERNTS, -NB
Mar. 15, 11 -tf. -
R. &A W.C
* . , COLUMI
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS
DIAGONAL COATS AND
BOYS' SUITS F
Apr. 19, 16-tf.
UHJTEINI AT COST!
INIT & IJOPPOJK,
No. 4 Mollohon~ Bow,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Ofer at and Beloii Cost !
A large lot of CLOTHING,- HATS and
3HOES, carried over from last Summer.
Fhis stock is of good style and quality.
Our NTew Stock of
[s large, and equal to; if not superior, to
mnythinlg we have ever kept, and will be1
old at reasonable prices. We will also
ake measures fors suits to be made frdm
amples on exhibition alt our -etore and
guarantee fit. 4
Especial attention is called to our t
L.mong which will be found FINE LN
30SOM SHIRTS at-a reduction of 10 to i
ier cent.,. and the popular
'EEP'S CELEBRATED UAL-MAE SlilRTS,
,t $15 per dozen, or at $1.33c. each Xo.r . a
Our stock of
lassimere and Straw Hats1
or this season is worth .attention.(
Call and examine for yourselves. d -
WRIGHT & COPPOC.
Ap'r. 19, 16--Sm.
(FouRXEL wrnr CAPT. J. F:$2zCK,) .
WATCHES ANDr CLOCKS,
Store bet,.een p.W. & A 1. C_hi!Mk'r anid
ts Shoes, Car pets.
-o_0_ U .!NMWm -'N. E
LOrVE & CO.'s
3IA, S. O
[DAY, MAY:45; 487
om we will, as above, offer the lmst an&
IANICAP*uOQ . - CLtM
ma never before been he m ortii market.
from the large Auction and Bankrupt Sales-In
which.,we intend to .give or customersf.
ice you that we-meen Jasih say:
.. .......... ..a?t 4 cen i er y M i'a
...- 4........ 'at 81 Wh.
......... ...... 12
:... ..:.......:.a8 8fd e #
.. . ..... .at 1 c
. .. ..... . . .. . . " V "5
at c " s
in the 'ity, at 20 cents per pair.and upm*.
.-00 perjpinyair, s1.U. ,.:. .no
tings at a great sacrifice.
ally, and give oar customers meW gooWl&adnV
en yo cen'supply yonr wants at snc& etr
~and1I packages 7vr In.la:f tAM
-OVE & O2 1
O t nades.. . .,
Jeans...............,... o ie
DE 1R GOODS HOUSE ASiOEBDN
LE OI RE C
- g *i ~
VSTS. EL -,
VESTS.5 TO -1
LATEST STYLE .HATS'
This 'GIN is still neaaet and fter
2 yeas oni Irial Ia prononeed th0'
P.rlee 3.O Pr 3j&
COLUMBIA, 6. C.
June 14, 24--3m.
ODIDE QF AMUONIE'
ures Ne,ralha, FacerAc
;Isn, Gout, steT;ee iIa~
ore Throat, Erysipela's, Bruisesd -,
lo.unds of.eve.ry kind in man or.animal.
"Dichagedfromi the Mas'achusefts Gea
aral Biospit~ as incurable, 3rlth infra,
oyrheumuatitmn in my shoud rs,
~ndfe; suffered fe9efuU
red everything;. lost oaelGlE
aNDIIENT :IODIDR OF AMXOML4 pi
oiplete cure. ELLEN .
No. 7N lanaSt., 'alRvrMu. a
Sold by allD DR.P.AI,
ee,New Yor . anfd $1
I will apply to the Goni-t of Probate
~ewberry-County, for-a final dischargf
~uardian et Hayne -Denson,. on the 41at
ay of July next, at 1.0 o'clock, A. M.
-. SAMEL a' ABR Al
Jurne 22218 16, 26jp -
Parties information asto best ..
outEthe NNAL or tnazy of
be &wnimer Resoi'is-otio a'y
a theooenatry, abouldfaddress, .'
B. W. WREN!R
Geri. Passenger-Agens-Kennesaw Boote,
May a.22.-31. : 4 LArtist.G.