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I Propose to Sell,
Am determined to Sell,
And will Sell
My' ltirc stoek of
Drv G u:is,
Boots and S1e1s,
Faunc y Articles.
littl: thngs and big thigs
AT COST PRICES
To make room fur Fall Stu'k.
i1.t:":is are wanted then, now
is the ti e and .ine is the place to
r1ain guaranteed for C a s h.
CI:ne and .rt v1'ar im ev back.
::v1ur.' most truir a:1d :ee
#iw Bok. --Aen's sell 100 per week. Price
. 5 Addrcss L. Stebbics, Iaitibrd, Ct.
2' A DAY !-43 r"' art' for Agents
$5Samples free. H. B. SRHAW, Alfred, Me.
SALESEN -Send far Circnlar. a first-clags
business and sterdy employment. B. F. HOWE,
1 Arch Street, P hiladelphia, Pa.
"A eaivila Theological School.-Unitarian;
.a educares Mttuist-rs; $16) a year to poor sta
tk'ts: begius Aug. 29. Apply to A. A. Liver
mnor . Meadrille. Pa.
(.UR.IUS. HOW STRANGE!-The Married
Isl ies I'ri vate Companion contains the de
sired in;formation. Sent tree for stamp. Ad
dre. Mrs. II. iIrz8El, tlcnover. ra.
WE WLL PAY AGENTS a salary of $35 per
Week or allow a lartge commission to sell
our new luventit)n. AddressJ. W. FltiNK &
Ct,., Mrshalai, Mich:.
WANTED. AGENTS.-S20 Watch free, given
gratis to every live tran who will act as
cnr Ae-:ut. B.nine !ight nd honorable. pays
S3) per dav. Address 1R. Monroe Kennedy &
C . Pittsturg. Pa.
00' AGENTS WANTED.-"Ladie. of the
*White Hiouse." No onpO<itiOn. S:.cel Eu
crsvtes. i:epiti sales. For circularF, address
i S. 1';rLisn1iG Co., N. Y., Cinci'nati and
Sa -9- -' Wanted in a pnrinu bair.e,s.
"A.L _s. .. i. 1:.,. 41Z Chestnut St..
"DY bMANtY.'1.FASrfATloNOn SOUL
L- (:iAlR.IN:;.-tpa;es:cloth. T'hiswonder
fu 'ook a:'u1 in;,.t:uus to enable the read
er to f sciat' ect :er sex. or any an:inal, at will.
'E-bneri::m. .;;u-t!i n. and hundreds of o:her
curioun- e:xperi.s:-:st,s. It C::i be obt::iuw. be send
inss autdre- wi:h i :--n ti po;ta;re, to T. W EV
.1 N a: ()., No. 41 So. Eitlh Sr.. Pldl:idelphia.
STAR SPANGLE BANNEt.-A large 41
counm: :taper, Ledger sire. illnstrated. Devo
ted to Sketches. Poetry. Wit, Humor. genuine
ftn. Nonesr, of a sensih,e kind, and to the ex
psu: of Swiniling. Ilunibugs. &c. Only 75
t a cear. and a euperb en"rraving --Evangeilne."
1 1-2x2 e Zr, :rstis, j ,! eircl.tiot. Money re
fl:ded t +nll wto ask it. It is wide-awake, fear
lt. trulttf:'l1. lry it now. 75 ctc. a vear. Spe
eitueX' F..i.. \:A.es UNNEli," flint
l a vent.ir< who wish to take on? Ltt.rs Patent
- advi -d tocniusel with MCNN & CO.. edi
th e seeiii Artmerican, who have prose
- ms before tile Patent QiTlce lbr over
-rs. Their Amn. rcanu and European
-ece isi the monst extensive in the
h.crrs less than :iny other reliab!e
pam;:bet couta ining lull instructious
s set ;nirat.
\N & Ct . 37 Parik Row. y Yrk.
dES!F IT I_TRE
Tt lbe IM swers-lhe licest Droppers-the
ne:s-Iakers tso be feuui in the wor:d aire the
i.c1andi !m:da'( D)nie-Motion t~ 3-n cU
chne tmade by the AfNA AX.NCACTUIN;
'4 ' . f l. Oh.o. Send for Pamph'let coui
-r r U NMAWN.-Ne'w Bnok. Free
i ' or Srcmp. yAIiIANT & Cu?.. N .Y.
lullPi. IO ME. RELIALE.
A 1 GN iS WANTED) in every city. town and
.~1- viI ar fnr th:' iinr t nmo-t succesefui
\.L At R110.,E in tihs coantry-ONLY.,)NE
er:doi.we by the leadding tIspets nud Express Co.'s
otflh. 1- iised Stts Oumr goods giveu uniersasl
.-:ti':nce'on, our~ premium<i to Agn-t ca.5or m::
t'u.. Xn.i 1.ur chr-eks:. re free. Ilsnving tt o
hi uie.--!;.tos an:d ':ikn;u-our fecilitie, are
r I5 A ::a.0X, m:di our lulL tzdexceeds in amount
'Hwer emiceerns. in thijs trnde combined.
rENt FOR CIltl' .AUL lt d FItEE
(I i.:t1o S C. -HOMPSON &..
13 2e:ral Street, Bost:on. cr
158 State Street, Chicago.
A MO3DEL HOUSE.
! ::a cripple. I tare made house p,lantiing a
.relai l tud y. One~q bui:t hItst season bsas proved a
mool! ol convenience. beauty, and economy.
D .erip: iv circulare of Plans. Views. e:c., with
gcenerasl informriationt of value to all. sent free.
r\ldre-'s. w i:h rt:mlp or script if conivieit.
(l E'. J.c'LE~Y. Archittct,Waterbury,Ver monit.
\ 'dook o0 125 closely printed pages. lately is
usotainisa. list of thc test American Adver
I Win:Z )tuiumi. -titing lhe nmes, circulattons,
arsi ts II particuslars cocscernincg the leading Daily
na:d Wekiv t.!itiecai and F.imcily Newspapers,
ts.1tls'r with :dl thoae h-avin:r large circulations.
inhseI inthei:trest ofRelicion. Agriculture.
L.i:e.-::tm e. &c., &c. Every Advertiser.anrd eve
V e pr-on wnho contemplates bcomoing 'such, will
i:al is book of greast value. Mai;ed free to any
:oidros ou receipt of fifteen cents. GEO. P.
)KOW FLL & CO . Publishvrs. No. 4) rark Row.
Thi.- Pttburg. Pa., Le-ider, in its issue of May
291. 1S7.- sayvs: rThe firm of (;. P~. Rowell & Co..
whichi i.s'sues this interesting and valuable book,
i<:the lar:est and be-t Advertising Agency in the
I- i t.-d Sta.tes. and we c:au clieerfully recommeud
it t.)' the etienition of those who desire to adver
ti-ctheir bni,iness scientitically andI system atical
lv in 'suc -n war: that is. so to secure the largest
cmout . pu.blici:y or the. leact expex.diture of
~NTERPRISE. INDUSTRY, TACT. Libesali
.iv. anid the liet Talenst, Lave for over Twen
'eira Leen freely nted upon
00Ioo'e RuPal NeW-Y0PkeP.
rod as a result it is now. pre-eminently, the
.argest. Btest and Cheapest Illustrated Rural,
l.iterary and Family Weerly In the World.
Tieus of~thousads of wide-awake People, all over
the Contine uit. take and admire the Rural for its
superior A bility. Value. Illustrations, Style. &c.
TilE PR ESS AND PEOPLE PEAISE IT I
For example. an Exchange says: "TI e Rural
i'4 thse most Elegantly Printed. Ably Edited.
Widely Circutated ami Heartily Welcomed P'a
per, as a whgole, which now finds its way among
--- Vol. X XII. begins JTuly 2. Try it! Only
$ 50 per voume otC snmbers, or S3 per year.
Lrestoclubls. rSubscribeNnw: Address
D. D. T. E0OoEE, 41 Park Row, New York.
OOwill pa for theNew
a---.- Ly;lL ONE DLAtwrpay for the
Nl.31l-W t:l-: LY io-..' it ,cet a month
.avys for the D)AILYX SI.N. Ad'ires.
L. W. ENG LA.ND, Pu~blisher, NewYlork.
~UGAR CANE AND SD1i.GHUM MILLS'
S Evaporatorsa,adHorse Prs:aemtdin
.> the~ recent imnprovemenCts aud ta g te leb
if everv kil it, market. Manufactu bv
I, lX. .. ~l .'. Buffalo. N. Y. Ei
t her sugar .oro Muuuais for IS sent free.
e..rat o'ri'inXtl i2iustrated comisc weekly pa
'r: nai.' ' stuber sea ou receipt 01 130
ies 1-.''.Ie. L.beral terns ton aent.
-rm rmustabeoes - -
A BARBECUE will be given at WAD
LINGTON'S CROSS ROADS on TUESDAY,
the 2d day of August next, when Judge
Carpenter, General Butler and others will
address the citizens of Newberry on the po
litical questions of the day.
A cordial invitation is hereby extended
to all persone, without regard to race or
political opinions, to be present.
July 20, 20-=t. Sup'% of Canvass.
A Mass Meeting will be held at SALU
DA OLD TOWN on MONDAY, the 1st of
August next, when Judge Carpenter, Gen
eral Butler and others will address the
citizens of Newberry and Edgefield, on the
political questions of the day.
A cordial invitation is hereby extended to
all persons, without re.ard to race or po
lidcal opinions, to be present.
An Accommodation Train from Newber
r C. 1., to Saluda Old Town, will be run
on the G. & C. R. R.-up and back the
same day. SIMEON FAIR,
July 20, 29-2t. Sup't of Canvass.
C1ROlN V INTIR
GROWN by one of our most practical
farmers. For sale by
('ARWLE & McCAUGHRIN.
July 20, 2U-2t.
LANDRETH'S NEW CROP.
Yellow Ruta Baga.
White Ruta Baga.
White Flat Dutch.
Large White Globe.
Hanover and Seven Top.
Warranted fresh and genuine. For
PRATT'S Drug Store.
July 20. 29-tf.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that
all persons indebted to the late firm of
Stewart & Coate, may discharge their in
debtedness, by applying to my Attorneys,
Fair, Pope & Pope, upon the rule adopted
by the juries at the fall term 1869-if ap
plication be made on or before the 1st day
of August nXt.
After that date suit will be commenced
to enforde collection.
(Signed) JOHN COATE,
Survivor of Stewart & Coate.
July 20, 2i-2t.
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY,
(Building formerly occupied by Carolina Na
Columbia, S. C., July 1st, 1870.
This Bank, Savings, and Trust Company,
under their charter, with ample capital, are
prepared to meet the wants of general busi
We discount commercial and all paper
on approved collateratls ; make collections
a t acces.,ible points in the United States ;
bay anad sell exchange ont the principal
cities in the States and Can:adas; purchase
and sell G;overnment Bonds, Bank Bills,
and Southern Securities.
Advatnces mtade otn consignments of Cot
tona and o?ther prntItts wit h bill-lading at.
tatched, or ware-bo:a,e receipt. Bly special
arranagemer.t we receive deposits, allowing
ina-rest, andl issuae' certific .tes for the same.
Pr;ompt attention 1:ivetn to the collection
of s:aha ries, ando llquida:tiona of claims agaitnst
the ata:e (Go(vermntent.
Il A RDY S0LO310N, Presitdent.
J1. G. R1OATIi. Casher*.
July 20, 29-3mnos.
James A. M1ars and Rob'i 11. Mars, Ex'ors.,
v. John P'. Rintard and Trustees of New
berry College.-In Equ:ity-Newberry.
]Iv order of the Court in thais case, the
creditors of the Newberry College, of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of South Caro
finsa and adjacent States, are required to
render in :and establish their d,emande be.
fore me on or before the FIRST DAY OF
THIOS. 3L LAKE, Clerk.
Ju!y 13, 2S-3t.
South Carolina Railroad.
IOn and after July 1st, 1870, all Passen
gers gettine.oan Trains at Stations where
Tickets ARE SOLD, ad neglecting to puar
cha,se Tickets, will be charged the Conduct
or's Excess R:ate. But all P'aesengers get
ting ona at Stations where Tickets are NOT
SoLD, will be charged ouly the Agent's
Rate by thec Conductor.
ALFRED L. TYLER,
S. B. Pacxus, General Ticket Agent.
July 13, 28-tf.
By virtue of sundry waits of Fieri Fa.tias
to aae directed, I will sell on the first Mon
day in Auguast next, at Newberry Court
H1ouse, to wit:
25 acres of land more or iess, bounded
Iv lands of George Rikard, Benson G;ounts
and others. Levied on as the property of
3!inor Kinard, at the suit of Elizabeth Gall
uan, Adtm'x. 0
Also 1St0 acres tmore or less, bounded by
lands of Robert Luther and G. G. Dewalt.
.\lso 16 acres more or less, bounded by
HIo.ne place atnd lands of H. Ciannson. Le
vied on as thte property of 31sthias Singley,
at the suit of Mlicaj.ih Saber, Adaa'r for an
other. Terms Cash. 3
THIOS. PAYSINGER, S. N. C.
HAYING supplied ourselves with new
cards, and refurntished our Factory gene.
rally, we flatter ourselves that with our per.
soalsuperintendence, and promapt atten
tion of operators, we can give satisfaction
in eve<v instance. Our BATTER, with
which we now mnake PER~FECT MIXES, i
in full operatiota. 12tets. per poundis our
price for carding wool when the wool is
greased--two ceants per pound extra when
we furanish the oil. We have stables and
lots for horses, and accommodations conven
ient for those patronizing. MIr. A. W. T.
Simmons, at Helena Shops, is our agent for
Ne wberry. Wool rolls will be returned
every tena days.
Rt. S. & J. W. GOODGION.
L-.orea, S. C., July 18, 1870.
July 20, .9-Sm.
All persons indebted to the estate of
James M1. Brtoois, dec'd., are requestedl to
mauke iatmediate paymtent t and all wto
have cl.aimas against the said estace will
pWase renader them in to me, properly attes
te!, as son as practicahle.
Magic Elastic Hand Stamps.
A NEW INVENTION, for Printing on
Paper, Wood, Leather, Glass Cloth, &c.
Business Men! print your own Cards, Bill
heads, Wrapping Paper, &c., saving Prin
ter's Bills. Prices, $3 to $8. Sheets with
priced designs sent free. Agents wanted.
Liberal inducements-$10 per day easily
made. Canvassing outfit, Si.
SMITH, HALL & CO., .
No. 6 Cour:landt St., New York.
July 20, 29-3t.
A small and bcautiful lot of
LADIES GOAT POLISH BOOTS,
Ladies English Front Lace Gaiters,
from the world renowned Factory of
Miles & Son.
A few cases of C. Lines' fatous
Ladies' Walking Boots.
All of which will be
SOLD LOW FOR CASHi
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & CO.,
Per McD. METTS.
July 6, 27-tf.
OR TO LEASE FOR
A TERM of YEARS.
MY PLANTATION on S i!nda, near Old
Town Depot. MULES, CORN, IMPLE
MENTS, &c., may be had with the place.
Apply on the place, or to
BARNWELL, S. C.
July 6, 27-4m-e.o.w.*
I have just received from the New
York Factory, the new style of VIC
TORY JARS for putting up Fruits.
apr sale low. Call at
June 8. 23-tf.
United States Marshal's Sale.
The United States of America-South Caro
BY virtue of a writ of Ficri Facias to me
directed, issuin-g out of the Honorable the
United States Circuit Court, for the District
of South Carolina, I will expose for sale, to
the highest bidder, at public auction, at
Newberry Gourt House, on the 1st day of
August, 1S70, being the first Monday of the
month all the right, tit'e and interest of
SAMUEL YOUNG, deceased, in and to the
folowing property, to wit:
1. One tract of Ia'id in the County of
Newberry, and State of South Carolina,
known as the Walden Place, bounded by
lands of 31. Suber, Mrs. Atchison and others,
and containing ONE IILNDRED AND
FORTY (140) ACRES, more or less.
[g This tract has on it about FIFTY
acres of bottom land.)
2. One tract of land, in the County and
State aforesaid, known as the Sam. Scott
Place, bounded by lands of tract No. 1, and
other lands of Samn'l Young, deceasedl, and
containing ONE HIUNDRtED AND TWEN
TY (120) ACRES, more or less.
This property is levied on as the estate of
Samuel Young, deceased, in the possession
of William Young, deceased, to satisfy the
decree of James Bonds, obtained in the
case of Hamilton, Young & Bush, vs. WVil
lam Young, Ex'or., and others.
TERYIS CASI--Purchasers to pay the
Marshal for necessary papers and stamps.
The sale to be conducted by A. P, Pifer,
Deputy Marshal, as Auctioneer.
L E. JOUNSON, U. S. Mlarshal.
July 13, 28-3t.
The Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. W ALTKERS C ALT,1FOBNIA
SHr.ndreds 'af Thousands
-~Bear tcs?.imony to their wornderful~ M
2 Curative Eliects.
- WHAT ARE THEY?
TIETAR NT VL
A NC.D IN
Maeo- or. u.Wise,-oopr
its an5eueLqos ctrd pcd
and weeene toplese he ast, clle0"Tmes
"0 Apeies ""Rsoer, c,thtla h
tipper oto runknnesandruin bu aretru
CIPL, a., pe3c eoao n nioao
$ade ofl Poo given foraincube P aso, Spro
idts. ones ae Linors dtored, meal
poion o wther mt .eas, n the tal 'ogas
w-,A.peydthze. intoreair &.tt.lath
tipor onftao trycna and Cruiniutc re
mtimulans GT~ot ypia,BLorOd
C<IPLn. Biios p Re ittent and Inortr
mittheteve, cyDisetaes pofsnu th ero,
Liero cidnys tandB dr these Bitt- odnt
tors h ill beie morst incsful Scase pis
easl~t oes are otb dVitred byd wieh
:is's nry ocd byn daneto the vtlogn
w9' eyn h pint tomrebandstmuat
Fh oro InliverO and s,w ic Reneheu
mts.aot.Dyspepsia, or Indi-etin edce
Go4. iiesou Semttenth.Bad TIster
itet Fepious, Disaes of thie Painoin
ie r,in o Kidneys, and ahdere othert
tsersia ae ed byt th,ces ttr. Suh.s
ease tecaed Vitiated Blood,e yoh ind
is mnurities brouct.ibg thr-nento the si nPm
pigestions Orns as twe ti
fl andor feeO?ling.i the yomau an stKe
the btoond pur and boe whh ader sytem l
fodjneii, e tTAPE, n clWans-ing th inodo
sothe yste ofstem.ntosns r tetal
.aro zzndea otl, porntdacin four Tle
Enihe emn , Fe nch, and ah.rd te
J. tALET, sytm w& c a oree ofsrit, ofY
D .pp re u:distse dtGeers.Aens
S ins thwer Citria , anod 3wh ne yom-n
ts imuiisbt.izr .GGIShTh AnD Pm
CH EA 11,
June 1, 22-tf.
BR. J. R. THOMP8ON,
(Successor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Pool's store, on Maio
All the old business left unfinished will be
completed on the terms as before arranged
and everything done in the best manner anc
warranted. The patronage of the public i
Dec . 8, 48-tf.
THIS preparation is particularly recom
mended to persons suffering from Billious
ness, Constipation and Dyspepsia arising
from Indigestion, also, a certain preven
tive of CHILL and FEVER. The additioi
of certain ingredients has so completel;
disguised the taste of tht Bark as to rende
this efficacious TONIC palatable. It is com.
posed of the best Vegetable Tonics knowr
to the Medical profession.
Prepared only by
S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
I AM now disposing of my stock o
At NEW YORK COST, in order t<
make ready for my
"n have already got goods fron
Ine very cheap; come now and ge1
June 22, 25-tf.
Eight Miks from Spartanburg 0. H.,8S. C.
New Furniture-Hotel Thoroughly
Baths-Bowling Alley, and othe?
niodes-of exercise for guests, weil
be ready~ for visitors .June 1st,
Board per month $30-per week
S1O0-per day $2.
The water is Chalybcae, and is cool and
pleasant to the taste. Hais proven effica
cious in curing Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Kidney Diseases, Gravel, Dropsy, Diarrhea,
dataneous Affections, Chill and Fever, Gene
rl Debility, and many oilher ills of a kin.
dred nature. Tne table will he provided
with the best the country affords; and eve
ry attention given to visitors, calculated to
make their stay pleasant. CADiSs TO R~r.
B. C. OLIVEE, Proprietor,
Spartaniburg C. HI., S. C.
June 1, 23-2m.
Tw olas e Anm
T3o Dagas pdertiseumens
WALKER, EVANS & COGS WELL,
0. WYATT AIKEN,
CH ARLESTON, S. C
July 13, 28-tf.
I0O0 BUSH. Prime White GORN~
50O BALES N. R. -ind Eastern UAY.
Io BBLS. GOLDEN SYRUP.
1Low for Cash at
H. C. WISKEMAN'S.
June 29, 26-tf.
SAVE YOUR FRUITS.
THE Carolina Mannfacturing Company
has just received a large supply of FRUI
CANS of a very superior quality, which
will be sold low for CASH.
A. T. COOK, Sup't.
June 29, 26-tf.
Guardian's Notice for Final
THE undlersigned hereby gives notice
that he will apply to the Judge of Probate
Court, for Newberry County, on the 27td
day of July next, for a final discharge ai
Guardian of MARY HILL'S ESTATE.
LEVI METZ, Guardian.
June 29, 180-26-4t.
Bar and Billiard Room.
The undersigned announce to their friendi
and patrons that thefr establishment wa~
never better appointed. We have recently
received a s.upply of pure liquors of all kinds.
and intend to keep them up to a high stan
dar.. SMIrrn & CnnISTTAN.
LANDRETWS 1870 CROP.
Yellow Ruta Baga Turnip Seed.
White Ruta Bags Turnip Seed.
Early White Flat Dutch, Turnip Seed.
Red or Purple Top Turnip Seed.
Large Norfolk Turnip Seed.
Large Globe Turnip Seed.
Hanover Turnip Seed.
Seven Top Turnip Seed.
Just received and for sale at
McINTOSH'S DRUG HOUSE.
July 33, 28-tf.
P. W. &R. S. CHICK
(At Stewart's Corner.)
HAVE a full Stock of Goods houeht for
CASH, which they offer to sell LOW FOR
CASH. Consisting of
A large and varied assortment of Ladies'
Dress and Fancy Goods of latest style.
..n,::s of many and choice deariptions.
Gentlemen's and Boy's Spring and Sum
Large lot of Men's and Boy's Hats at very
Heavy stock of Bleacbed and Unbleached
Homespuns and Striped Plaids.
Good stock of Boots and Shoes for Men
A nice lot of Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabee & Co.,
Tea, abundant and good.
Factory Yarn by the wholesale;and retail
equal to any Yarn made in the State.
Fine lot of Cutlery, Tools, Locks, and
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Guns and Pistols.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses.
Plain and Fancy Soaps, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, Shovels, Spades,
Scythe Blades and Nails.
Tobacco and Segars.
Landreth's Seeds of various kinds.
Stationery, Ink, Pens, Pencils, &c.
Kerosene and Turpentine.
They propose to sell goods to the satis
faction of all who will patronize them
At Low Ra..es and short Profits
Call and examine their Stock and judge
They are also Agents for Jacob B. rit
ter's celebrated i-nproved old Anchor B and
P. W. CHICK, R. S. CHICK.
Apr. M, 1G-t.
THE 1870 BELIE
Has Worked Wonders
T V P1I1 E Of u GOODS.
W. T. TARRANT
Having just returned rrom the Northern
markets with a select Spring and Summer
Stock of Goods, bought with care and at re
duced prices, is now prepared to sell at
In all the following lines :
* Dress Goods,
OFaevery variety, such as Silks, Grenadincs,
Po- jins, Japanese crbs. LeHos, Bereges,
Dc~ines, Muslins, Black and White .Alpac
cast and a full assortment of Dress Trim
CAL1COES, WHITE GOODS,0OSNA1IURGS,
.HOMESPUNS, and DRILLS.
Another large lot of those splendid ribbed
HOSE for 12jc.
HOSIERY and Gloves of every variety. A
fine Lot or CROOKERY and TABLE
CUT LERY. Also, flooP SKIRTS.
JEANS, Cottonades, Linens, Cassimers,
Doe Skins, BrQadeloths, together with an
elegant lot of
H ATS, BOO TS A ND SH OES,
CL OT HING, &C.
OIL SILK and NURSERY
Also a choice stock of
Saddlery, Buggy & Wagon Harness,
SOL.E, Ura, HARNEss AND WBANG
LE ATH ER,
In great variety, and a general stock of all
All of which in quality, variety and prices,
will enable me to compete with any house
this side of Mason and Dixon's line.
Deeply grateful for past liberal patronage,
I respectfully solicit an examination of my
large stock, and guarantee satisfactory
W. T. TARRANT.
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
DISTRICT COURT of the UNITED
States-For the Dist. of South Carolina.
In the matter of Laurens Rail Road Co.,
Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
A warrant in Bankruptcy has been issued
by said Court against the estate of said
Laurens R. R. Company of the State of
South Carolina in said Distriet, adjudged
Bankrupt upon the petition of its creditors,
and the payment of any debts and the de
livery of any property belonging to said
Bankrupt to the said Co. or to its use, and
the transfer of any property by said Co.,
arc forbidden by law. A meeting of cred
itors of said Bankrupt, to prove their debts
and chose one or more Assignees of said
Bankrupt's estate will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy to be holden at Newberry C.
H., in said District, on the 12th day of Au
gust, 1870, at 12 o'clock M,., at the office of
C. G. Jaeger, Esq., one of the Registrars in
Bankruptcy of said Court.
~L. E. JOHN SON,
U. S. Marshal, Messenger.
Per A. P. Pina, Dep. Mes.
July 20, 29-3t.
To the Teachers of the Cem-~
YOU are required to make out your re
ports for tuition in two separate accounts.
For the first term from Nov. 1st, 1869 to
March 31st, 1870, and for the 2d term from
April 1st, 1870 to the last Friday in June,
These claims most all be filed in my offiee
before they can be forwarded to the State
Sup't of Education for payment. Prompt
ness from one and all is necessary. Teach
ers will receive blank forms on application
to Jesse C. Smith, in my office, during my
absence, and by application to me at Po
maria until the close of the month. On
Sales-day I will be in my office and during
the week to receive the accounts. On Sat
urday the Board of Examiners will meet
and give certificates to applicants. We
will endeavor to accommodate Teachers
each day-but Saturday will be the regular
day of Examination.
For particulars please refer to the Cireux
lars posted up~ in the Ps %e
July 20, School Commisaioner.
I. MOORMAN & C.,
Are Now Receiving
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Which have been selected and
BOUGHT WITH GREAT CARE;
and think they can make it the interest of
parties desiring such Goods, to examine
their stock before they make theft purchases.
They are prepared to purchase all kinds
of produce at market rates, and also to make
advances on cotton, when parties prefer to
ship to other markets.
Sep. 29 38 tf.
Flour, Cheap Flour.
100 Bbls of Fam
ily Flour on hand,
at from $7 to $9
For sale by
W. H. WEBB.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
DR. E. C. JONES,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
front of Herald office.
I take pleasure in informing my friends
and the public geuerally, that my dental
rooms are now open, and that I am pre
pared to execute all work in my profession
in the most approved manner.
I am determined to devote my entire
time and energy to my profession.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK have now in store
their SPRING STOCK of.
Mens', Youths' and Boys Clothing
and Furnishing Goods,
Complete in every line as usual, carefully
selected under the most favorable circum
stances. Our stock is larger, and includes
a greater variety, than ever before, among
which are several entirely new and very
pretty stj of ;oods. We- cannot enume
rai, but a few minutti Cx.mination will
convince anyone 0,,i we keep the largest
and most handsome stock in \ewberry, anu
that we are not to be UNDERSOLD by any
retail Clothing House, North or South.
We intend to keep a table of assorted
Clothing, which will be sold at cost or less,
among which are many rare bargains.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Calfhand sewed dress Boots, Shoes a Gaiters
" " "D'ble sole w. P 4" "
Kip har,d Pg'd " " " " "
Beavy Dtcher " " " " from 9 to 13
Best D'bte Sole Pegged Brogans for Men a Boys.
Calat WRIGHIT & COPPOCK'S.
Ot 6 39 tf.
In Common Pleas-Newberry, South Cr.ro
lina.-Mayes & Martin and others, vs.
The Bank of Newberry, S. C.
BY an order of his Honor, T. 0. P. Ver
non, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
for the Seventh Circut, passed in the above
stated case, dated 20th day of May, 1870,
all sueing creditors of the Baink of Newber
ry, South Carolina, are enjoined from the
further prosecution of their respective suits
and they and all other creditors are required
to render their demands at the office of the
Bank of Newberry, S. C., at Newberry, in
the State of South Carolina, for payment, on
or before the first day of December next,
and if not paid when so presented, then to
render them within the time specified above
before Thos. M. Lake, special referee, to be
established before him according to law.
THTOS. M. L AKE,
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas.
For Newberry County, S. C.
May 25, 21-tf.
CHEAP M'CLELLAN SADDLES!!
Chap leamf Hamness, & !!!
T HE undersigned are now mnnufacturing
for sale Buggy Harness at $16.50 per set.
New McClellan Saddles, $7, $8 and $10.00
each. 2d hand Government McClellan Sad
dIes, $4.00 to $7.00i each. Team Harness,
2, 4 and 6 horse sets, CH EAP; all of best
material and workmanship. Together with
the above, a general stock of fine Harness,
Saddles, Bits, &c. &c. GIVE US YOUR
ORDERS if yout wish a good, substantial
and cheap article.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRON,
68 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
June 15 24-3nl.
South Carolina Monu
AT a special meeting of the Board of
Directors of the South Carolina Monument
Association, held on Thursday, June 23d,
1870, the resignation of Mrs, Louisa S. Mc
Cord as President of the Associadon was
tendered and accepted.
Mrs. William Wallace, of Columbia, Vice
President, will act as President until the
annual election of offieers, in November.
District Managers are requested to go on
earnestly with their work and have their
quarterly reports ready for the regular
quarterly meeting, on the 20th of August.
I. D. MARTIN,
Coexata, S. C., June 24th, 1870.
South Carolina Institute,
NOVEMBER 1st, 1870.
g Most liberal Premiums offered ill
every department of Agriculture and Me
Premium List pmtblished in Pamphlet
HOUEL & JQIK
Next to McFall & Po l's.,
Respectfully inform their friends and
patrons that their stock of GROCERIES
and FAMILY SUPPLIES is now full and
complete, and to which they beg to call at
A general line of
GB 0 EBIES
Always on hand, such as
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Rice, Flour, Meal, Grist,
Hams, (a fine brand,)
Bacon, Lard, Pickled Pork,
Mackerel, Molasses, Cheese,
Candles, Soap, Pickles,
Soda, Lye, Raisins,
Crackers, all kinds,
Canned Oysters, Sardines
and Fruits, etc., etc.
Segars, Chewing and
Powder and Shot,
OIL, etc., etc.
Besides a choice assortment of
Thankful for the very liberal pa
tronage bestowed, a continuance is de
sired, with the promise that no pains
will be spared to render satisfaction
and please the most fastidious.
HOUSEALL & JONES.
Mar. 30, 13-ly.
IN consequence of the decline in Cotton,
and more especially the large STOCK of
GOODS of all kinds that I have on hand.
I offer from this day
my entire Stock at
The Stock co:sists in part of a full sup
Also a full Stock of
Of all descriptions. Notions of all kinds,
together with a large assortment of
CL O T HIN Gr,
H ATS, BOOTS,
POWI E, CROCKERY,
LAMP GLASSES, OIL,
CLOCKS, and many other goods too
numerous to mention, generally kept
in a wrell assorted Store.
A small supply of Dickson's Cotton
Mar. 16, 11-tf.
1879, 8IMMR 1870.
WE beg leave to announce to our
friends, customers and the pleasant
public generally, that we have jtst re
eived a choice lot of handsomne and
CHEAP DRY GOOD2,
A first class stock of Ladies' Con.
Gatrs, Last. B3als., goat and kid
Bootees. 31isses' and Children's Gai
ters, Bootees, &c., and a fine lot of
pegged work, such as Mens' Gaiters.
Bas., .Jerscy Ties; womn's Bal's., d.i
of which we guarantee.
Mi We have on hand a lot of
And in order to close them out, will
sell thenm at and btelow NEW rORK
Give us a nail and see if we don't
mean just what we say.
l. BARRE & SON.
June 8, 23-tf.
STOITS, TMINIV , &.,
Cheap as the Cheapest,
GOOD AS THE BEST.
THE subscriber would inform his friends
and the public generally, that he will for
nish them with all articles in his line of the
best quality at the
Roofing and Guttering,
As well as all ther,
Will be done In the best and mdst approved
styles at the lowest rates.
Call and exanie goods and prices and
W. T. WRIGHT.
The experiments of the pit y ar have
eontiefped those of fur...er years, and estab
lished heyond all controversy, the great
merit of this South Carolina Fertilizer.
The undersigned are the Agents at Newber
ry, an4 will (upnish any quant.v neeeded
by the planters of this section. They alm.
have a great number of small paraphes
containing testimonials pf many of the- beat
planters cf this and adjoining States, as
to its fertilizing propertres, which they wiTh
E. X00= .1S k CO.
Jap 1 9 3 t$.
REMEMBER THE PIACE
My Spring Millinery Goods, wAic
were purchased since the recent
heavy decline, are now being received.
Consisting of all the late styles of
Bonnets, Ribbons and Hats,
A.ong which are the Alpine, Prin
eess, Suez and Angustine, also that
superb new style Sun Hat which will
be worn by everybody. A general in
vitation is extended to the community
to call and examine and secure a good
style article at a LOW PRICE.
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
Now being received a completa
Dry, Fancy a n d
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold
LOW FOR CASH
Apr. 6, I4-f,
L EJ. TIl ER,
Oni Iand and foi- sale i>f
Tt's Vegeisble Liver Pil,
C*f diseases of the Liver' and Skeaaeb:
A pleasant ciire for Coiighs; (toid*, S:
and Qzaeen's DeliM.
The great Alterative stad Blood Parise:
htt'Improved Esir Die,
Waranted the best dye in hie. 'Iss cte*
dard preparations are for sale biy Dtdgght
The Carolina Mar.ufactoridg Cym ft
nies the Lad~ies to their sidek of FA.CX
WARES. I'lease call and cauk ti.'em
o charge for looking.
Who wish to purchase Tin .*ares at
WHOLESALE are ised to call; as price.
tre put down at sueh figures at will afford
All of your wnts can be supplied at me
dium and moderate prices.
To the Retail Trade.
Our RETAIL SA3PLES are CO.MPLETE,
and offered at LiVING PRICES.
Sriet'ateietfhl iltd to rooftng, gatter
ing, repairng of stdW~s, making stove pip
ing, repaiing tin Ware, &c.
Our Stbck di Ot8ves are complete, of the
bet, and prices low.
April 27, 17-If.
Si'ilTANBURG COUTL Si '
TIS delightful 'I aterir.g Pesse.uosurpaF
sed an ~y in the Souiatt, Ieeiws-medici3al
uaid is now open for the smms. 3b
valdA nd pleasure-seekers should Dot fail
to yiitt thiq Spring. Bowling Alley, Bilfard
Saiuon, Croquet Grenads are being ted up
Bafs dnring the sauwr. Boms nel
and comfortably furnished, ad the Table
suppled with the best of everything. Stage.
diret from'Spartanlbarw to Hotel. Cge
$35 per moemb, W. D. FOWL ERe
June 29 26-tf. Proprietor.
2000 Bushels Corna
On hand and to-arrive, 2000 bushels priwr
'white Mary land Corn,. at $1.50 per bud eit
sc icued. W. HT. WTBB..
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