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OFFrci oF Co,TY AtDIfoi,
% i3rsnance-of an Act -of the General
Ae=bW at its last ses4 Ml y fCfce at
Newberry C. I., wI be op.n on and aftet
the FHIST DAY OF:JULY..to..receife the
fetrft oPRSGdL'ROPERTY of the
a.taTcoi his Conr.ty for.the year 1871i.
-.ABanks csn be" obtained *e thia.oflide.
Tax-paeses ale ifired.to 'enter on blanks
tlitransfers or P ocaseoffeal 'estate, and
Ili6t all ner ingsic'tedsince last re
7bere taxpay-ers neglect to lbake their
V.torns to those anthorized e reeeive them,
the County Antifor is complled,-by law, to
darge them with lie return of the previous
year, and adiFIFTY PER CENT thereto
This cflice Books will .close first day of
Aegust, ir87. S. MONTGOMERY,
July 5, 27-4t. County Auditor.
OffERTED INTO BRNDY,
At Short Notice.
THE subscriber will receive at his STILL,
seplas peaches from freit growers, and
convert the same speedily into good Bran
dy, on usual terms.
All persons having more fruit than they
man otrwise consume cannot do better
thiti bring it in at once, for which the pro
mise. of quick and fair returns is mide.
July 5,. 27-2t. Newberry, S. C.
Bring on your Corn.
WE are now ready at all times to grind
EFrAL and GRIST for the public, at the
Mill at the Tan-yard, in the edge of the
Town of Newberry.
JONES & PARKER.
tle 2$, 26-tf.
Valuable Property for
A dosirable residence, about two miles
from Columbia, is offered by the subscriber
for-sale, on reasonable terms, if applied for
soon. The houce is large, and conveniently
built, with fine airy passages, and double
piazzas. There are sixty acres of land,
with considerable woods. On the house
lot.is a good well, and out-buildings. Per
sons wishing a pleasant, convenient and
cheap residence will apply to
MRS. J. PECKHAM,
J,ne 21, 25-5t. Columbia, S C.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFERS, at LOWEST PRICE , the
choicest assortmeit of
In this State. This statement may seem
-xaggerated, but those who are my custo
imers in Newberry and the upper Counties,
as well as those in Columbia, know this to
lbe a fact. The Foreign aad Home Markets
are rantaeked, and the utmost care taken
that xrhatever is ofreted shall be FIRST
cLASS; my motto being
"The Best is the Cheapest."
Stock of ST APLE and FANCY
gu:ppiedl dily with every requirement for
the mno<t ec.ononmcal as well as thec epicure.
'Wines and Liquors,
of my own importation, are guarante d of
highest grad.', whils. Domestic Goods arc
ti,rni.hed at LOWEzST PRICES and in their
Ordare solicited. Terms strictly CASH
or C. (1. D. June 21, 25-tf.
H. L.A. BALK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
1V2 Broad Street, - - - AUGUSTA, GA.
Goods as Low as before the :WVar.
THE ONE PRICE STORE.
I have now received a carefully selected
tock of the latest styles of French, English
D)omestic Organdies, Muslins, Lawns,
at lac., 1ste; 20c., 25c., and'35c., per yd.
IWhite Piques, at 15c., 20c., mnd '25c.
White Swiss, Muslin;, Camobrics, Lawns,,
etc., at prices from 10ce., and upward.
Linen Drills and Dues, for- Gents' wear,
at 25c., 35c., and 50c.
Cotton ides, passimeres, at 20e., and up
White L. C. U'dk'fs, at 80c. per doz.
LaisWhite Hose, at 85c per doz.
White Linen Towels,-at 90c. per doz.
aoquito Lace and Gauze, very low.
ThaeNobrated A No. 1 Braid Black Al
paca,inity 35c per yd.
Priai,gof all the best-makes, at from Ge.
T.4esLaced and Con'jress Gaiters, only
~:$1.50 pee pair.
Mens Gaiters, at $1.50.!
Miens Coats, for Summer, at only $1.25.
Mens Vests and Pants to match, as only
M.lens-New Straw Hats, at only 25c.
j ew Styles of Sundowns and Hats, for
adies and Children, at only 60c.
MensYhite Dress Shirts, only 75c.
Ladies Corsetrof the most popular ma
kers, saoonly 50c.!!!.
Hoop Skirts, 35 springs, 50c.
Wht,Buf, Slate and Drap .inen, for
Aprsn Dresses and Shirtt, only 25c.
Brown and Bleached Homespons, at from
A full assortment of Factory Goods, at
I couald enumerate maiy more other Bar
ga.ins, space permitin'g, but in conclusion I
would say that my facilities enable me to
buy when and where Goods are cheapest,
andl in exercising the greatest economy in
all the departments, I am enabled to sell
goods at least as low as any one.
1 have adopted, and rigidly adhere to, the
policy of asking AT ONCE TRE LOWEST
PRICE, this is the frank, straight-forward
course, and insures JUSTICE to PURG H A
SERS; because it enables all to purchase
at the lowest price.
All orders should be addresse.d to
H. L. A. BALK,
JTune 28, 26-tf Augusta, Ga.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
3OFFICE ON\ T AA W R\A Nr
$20000 TO BE DIx
RUM01 1 MAIT1R
T O HEfowinr PRO"ERTY and CASH will be p
T Er.. Meihan and R. C. Shiver, in trust for
Association, to be Jelivered to those who, on the day
tle to the real estate has been placed in the hands of I
wi.I examine the same and give true warranty deeds
e first prize is the Temperance Hall. Dow occupi
rance. The lot is 25 feet front on Main street. by 263
two stories high. It is now leased fur three years for
Second Prize-Lot adjoining Rose's Hotel. 44 feet f.o
Third Prize-Lot adjacent to above. 25% feet front, 2
1 Cash Prize
2 Cash Prizes, S10) each. .. ...................
4 Cash Prizes, at S, each ................
110 Cash rizes, at S1 each.... ............
12) Prizes... ...... ..........-- -
2.000 Tickets, at S11 each................
Tickets m-y be had of the General A-,ent, Dr. E. 1
Music Store of Mes-rs LyBRA.N D & SON, Messrs. J1
D. C. PEipOTI'o & SON.
The following gentlemen have consented to superib
zer and Henry E. Scott, in connection with a commit
the day of drawing.
As the tickets have met with a rapid sale, it may be
place by the 15th ot'July. at the Temperance Hall. Co
As the names of the ticket-holders will be registere
Trustees on the da. ofdrawing. parties may feel assui
REzEnEccs.-E. J. Scott, Son & Co.'s Bank; Co
Rank; Citizcns' Savings Bank; South Carolina I
Cashier Carolina Natioual Bank.
Capt. Wade Lorick, Agent in Lexington. For far
June 21, 25-mi.
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THnE WORST PAINS
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
NOT ONE HOUR
alter readinr this advertisement need any one
SUFFER W1ru PAIN
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF IS A CURE
FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and is
TE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
that instantly stops the most excrucitting pans,
allays Inflammations, and cures Congestions,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, BoweLs, or other
glands orirgais. by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
no matterhowviolent or excruciating the pain
the RHEUMA3IC, Bed-ridden;Infrm. Crippled,
Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL -AFFORD INSTAN r EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF.THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. I
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
HYSTER-ICS, CitOUP,. DIFTHIERIA.
NE R A LGIA. R HEUMATIS3I.
COLD CHILLS. AGUE~ CHILLS.
The application of the Ready Re'ief to the part
or parts where the pain or difficulty erist will af
ford ease ad comf'ort.
rwenty drops in half a tumbler of water wRil
in a few moments cure -CRAMPS, SPASMiS.
SOUR STOMACH. HEARTBURN, SICK
ITEADAChIE. DIARIIIHEA. DYSENTERY,
COLIC, WIND IN TIlE BOWELS, and all IN
Travellers should a!ways carry ai otte of P,ad
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
water will prevent aickness or pains from change
of water. it is better than French Brandy or
Bitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVi-:R AND AGUE cured for fifty cents.
There is not a remedial agent in this world that
will cure Fever and Ague, and all other MalIa
rious. Bilious, Scarlet. Ty phoid, Yellow,and other
Fevere 'aidled by R A DWA Y'S -PI ILS.-so quick
as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents'
STRONGJ AND PURE'RICH BLOOD-I N-I
CiREASE 01' FLESHI AND WEIGHT-I
CLEAR SKIN AND BEAL ICL CO31 f
PLEXION SECURED 10 ALL.
DR. RAD WAY'S a
CURES: SO QUICK. SO RAP1D ARE TIlE
CHANGES THE BODY UNDERGOES.
UNDER THE INFLUENCE CF THIS TRU
LY WONDERFUL MEDICINE. THAT *
Every Day an increase in Flesh and t
Weight Is Seen and Felt. p
THE GREAT BlOOD PURIFIER.
Every drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE- C
SOLVENT communicates through the Blood. }1
Sweat, Urine, and other fiuids and juices of tile,
system thle yigor o f lire, for it repairs the wastes
of the body with new and sound materil.
Scrofula, $7philis, Consumption, Glandular d is
ease. Ulcersin the throat, MRouth. rumors, Nodes
in the Glandsand other parts of the system. Sore -
Eyes, .Strtzmorous discharges from the Ears, and 'J
the worst forms of Skin diseases, Eruptions. Fe
ver Sores. Scald Head, R ing Worm.Salt Rheum,
Erysipelas. Acne. Black Spots, Worms in the
Flesh,. Tumiors. Cancers in the Womb. and all
weakening and painful discharges, Night Sweats, E
Loss of Sperm and all wastes of the lhfe princi
ple. are within the curative range of this wonder
of Modern Chemistry. and a few days' use will
p rove to any person using it for either of these
forms of disease its potenst power to cure them. ,J
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition that is continually
progressing. succeeds in arresting these wastes, J
and repairs the same with new material made J
from healthy blood-and this the SARISAPA
PARILLIAN will and does secnre-a cure is
certain; for when once tids remedy commences
Its work of purification, ad succeeds in dimin
ishing the loss of wastes. its repairs will be rap
id, and every day the patient will feel .him-self r
goig better and stronger. the food digesting si
betr. appetite irnuroving. and fi:sh and weight g
Not oul does the SaarARILLIANt Rr.soL- o
VNT exce all known remedial agents in the cure
of Chronic. Scrofulous. Constitutional, and Skin
diseases; but it is the only positive cure for
KIDNEY AND BATDDER COMPT.ATITS,
Urinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes.I
Dropsy. Stoppage of Water. Incontinence of'
Urine. Bright's Disease, Albuminaria, and in all
cases where there are brick-dust deposits. or the
water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substan ces
like the white of an egg, or threads like white
silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear-|
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, and wheaj
ibere is a pricking. burnaing sensation wheu pas-C
ing water, and pain in the Small of the Back and,
along the Loins.
DR. RAD WAY'S.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,1
perfectly taste!es elegantly coated with sweets
gum, purge, reulate, purify c leanse, and
strengt ben. Radway's Pills, for the cure of all
disorders of the Stomach. Liver, Bowels, Kid-a
neys. Bladder. Nervous' Diseases, Headache. t
Constiation, Costiveness. Indigesion, Dyspep-'
la, Biliousness. Bilious Fever. lnflammation of
the Bowels, riles, and all Derangements of the
Internal Viscera. W1arranted to effect a positive
cue Pu1relyVgale otaining o mercury,
(CR' Observe the following symptons r eeulting
from Disorders ofthe Digestive Organs:
Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness of the
Blood in the Head. Acidity of the Stomach.I
Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust of Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations. Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Dzfficult
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free'
the system'from all the above named disorders.
Price. 25 cents per Box.'-SOLD BY DRUG
READ ~FALCE. AND TRUE." Send one
letter-stampto R ADWAY & CO., No. 87 Maid-'
en Lane, New York. Information worth thous
ands will be sent you. July .5, 27-1y.
Can be had every after
oon at Mrs. SHODAIR'S
'BUILDING 18001IONI a
laced in the hands or theTrustees. John Agnew.
the benefit of the Ticket-holders of the above
of the raffle. nav be entitled to them. The ti
,I. F. W. 1caster, Attorney at Law, who
, free from all encumbrance, on the day of draw
ed on the first floor by Messrs. Lorick & Low
feet deep. The building is 15, feet long and D
6140 per annum, payable monthly In advance. Si
......... ...... .... .. ....... ..815.000
nt. 208 feet deep, valued at..... .....1.9)0
S feet deep, valued at............................ 1.100
............... ............... .. ........... 2 0
.. ... ............................................. 1,I 0
. WHEELER. at remperaiee Hall, or at the tIl
)HN AGNEW & SON, T. 31. POLLOCK and ti<
tend the drawing: J. C B.Smith. A. G. BrenJ- .
tee of three selected by the Ticket-holders on in
safely presumed that the drawing will take a
lumbis, S. C.
I in a book which shall be in possession of the
-ed that no more than 2,,)0 Tickets will be is
L. J. B. Palmer, President Central Naticnal
lank. and Trust Company, and W. B. Gulick,
ther information, address
B. W. WHEELER,
Box 88, OOLUMBIA, S. C.
McFALL & rUoL'S !
'he only House in Newberry 8
exclusively devoted to -
DRY GOODS! r
And in which
,ADIES CAN PROCURE WHAT- .
EVER THEY NEED AND
OF THE BEST FABRIC.
tRE B.EAUTTIFUL, and embrace
ith trimmings to match.
CA LICOES of neat patterne, o
mbroideries, Edgings, Taetings, C
Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons.A
A beautiful assortmerit of
Shower and Back Curls,
f Real Hair, and all grades and colors. d
And all other things *which go to
.1 a lady's wants.
Gientlemnen will also find a choice ~
AND UNDER WEAR. 3,
Our goods are carefully selected, of s
he best, and will be sold at moderate 2
ries. To all of which attention is 3
alled. and an examination respectful- 2
McFALL & POOL. 2
Mar. 22, 12-tf.
'h State of South Carolina-New
berry County.-In the Common
.P. Chalmers, Administrator 1
of the Est.ate of
John C. Chalmers, deceased,
AnAINs? | Complaint
aes M. Chalmers, ~ . for c
'illim E. C. Chalmcrs, Relief. G
oseph G. Chalmers,
mia Eagbourg, bis wife, et al. -
TlE Greditors of the Estate of John C.
halmers, deceased, are hereby required to
ender in and establish, on oath, their re
pective demands, before the Clerk of this
'ort, as referee, on or before the first day
f September next.
TIHOS. M. LAKE, C. G. P. N. C.
JuneC 21, 25-4t.
PAT. HI. DUCKETT,
IIN A ND LOHKMITB
CAN be found at Carolina Manufacturing C
~ompany's Tin and Stove Shop, with a com- f
lete stock of c
~UNS, PISTOLS & MATERIAL
a his line, and will REPAIR Guns, Pis
ols, all kinds of Locks, Umbrelb s, Para
ols, Castors, &c.
By doing good work at moderate prices,
rd'being punctual to my business, I hope2
o receive a liberal patronage.
PAT. H. DUCKETT.
Mar. 1, 9-tf.
Spartanburg C. H., S. C.
TlE FALL SESSION, 1871, will open
>n MONDAY, JUNE 26th, and continue 20
Ample advantages for thorough instruc
ion are offered at the following
RATEs PER SESsION, IN ADVANCE:
Board, including washing, fuel and
Regular Tuition, including Latin.... 25.00
nstrumental Music, Piano, Guitar, or
se of Instrusment.. ..... .... ... .25
For further information. address
flay. SAMUEL B. JONES,
h. SA MTTL LTANDER.
ALISAYA BARK, E
TIS .re(sration combines the virtues of I
,1e and permanert form..
Such a combination has long bien a d'esidez
tients have been unable to bear these remet
be intense bitterness of the Calisaya and the
id thereby coWnteacting in a great measuP
msmmatiou so deairable, PhysieiaUs mZy fe
ese remedies have been in no way conprom
the stomach, and invigorating to' the systet
ises of Dyspep,is, Nervous Prcstration, Loss
THIS preparation will pstrify the Blood, an<
ises, viz: Rheumatism, Serofuls, Erysipelas,
id Swellings of the Bones, Tetter. Pimples ir
ruptions, Neuralgic Afrectioni, and will also
iminating it from the System.
DR. S. F. FANT
FOR Incontinence of Urine, Irritatio:i, In&
idneys, Diseases of the Prostrate Ga aid, Sto
iseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, I guar
)r. FANT'S LIV
OPERATES chiefly on the intestinal canal a
cretions and excretions. It is by no means
id improving the whole assimilative procees,
ngement of the Digestive Function, in Obst
e Mesenteric Gland:4, and other viscera of tI
ularly of the vena portm, in diseases of the
tic action upon the organs and functions j
most forins of Indigestion, in obstinate Com
the Prima Viv and Heart Burn, in JAundieg
ous Diseases, in Chronic Cough and Asthmi
Prepared only by
June It, 24-'71-tf.
Compounded of the best ante-period
tonics, thus rendering it suitable
r all diseases arising from miasmatic
iluences, such as Neuralgia, Chill
d Fever, General Debility and Bil
Dusness. S. F. FANT.
Mar. 1, 9-tf.
lure Wines, Liquors
The purest and best Brandies, Liq
rs and Wines, for medicinal pur
>ses can always be found at the Drug
tore of DR. S. F. FANT.
An Elegant Assortment
ERFUMERIES and TOILET AR
DR. S. F. FANT'S.
.AND AND IMMIGRA
Under the nu;pies of the "Sorteh C trolina Si
ill give a SERIES OF- CONCEit IS, at the A<
ening October 1<tr,-1871, for the purpose oftr:
aon lands selected by the Association for horn
hers, in the State of South Carolina, end for I
te first year.
REFERENCES IN SOUTH CAROLINA -4(
overnor M. L. Bonham, General Johnson H:
besnut, General John S. Preston, Hon. W. D.
.Trenhoim, Go,vernor .J. L. Ms-mning, Hion. J
$500,000 to. te awarded to the Ticket Holders
to First of October, 1871, at the Academy of 3
$150),00O Season Tickets of Admis
All Orders for Tickets directed to us or our a
All the premiums, including Deed and Certifi
,posited with the National Bank of the Repnt
t Gift, Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C.,
rental of about $20,000 from Opera House, S1
230 feet by 00, and situated corner of King s
and well known to be the finest building a
id. Gift-Cash.......... ......-.
h. Gift-Cash. ................
h. Gift-Cash... ...........
404 Gifts, amount to.. ...............
AGENTS SOUTH CARoLIKa LANDJ
WM. F. NANCE, Special Agent, 3
COMMISSIONERS AND SU?
eneral A. R. Wright, of Georgia.
eneral Bradley T. Johnson, of Virginia.
June 7, 23-im.
MAYE & MAltTIN
aing remioved from their old stand, to
( modious New Brick Store,;
'all attention to their increased facilities
>r the transaction of business, and int s
l' from their friends and customers.
Their stock consists of all grades of
ROPE, TIES, &c., &C.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
- Bush. GRIST.
For sale by D. MOWER.
Apr. 26, 17-tf.
ALL parties ind .sted to me by
acmoradum Acco'4it, or in any other
vay, are requested to pay the same at
>nce. P MOWIER
ISMUTH & IRON.
he vsaale. medicia dageilti.i an agiee
atunr to the Medict Profession, as mar y
les when administered in the usual fornu.
inky taste of the lfo, inducing nades,
, die- befeficdf .,feets. 'n f6achl'g a
el assured that t&'re medkcina preertze- of
ised. It is pleasart to the tastr agzreeatle
2, and ntf be used with evadage in all
of .petite, Headache, Boils, Carbuncles,
m's Delight, &c.
I consequently i ill cure the following dis
Ulceratiou of the Throat and Lqngs, Pains
the FAce, Old Sore.<, and all Cutaneous.
obviate the evil effects of Mercury, by
T OF BUCHU,
mmation or Ulceration of the Bladder or
-e in the Bladder, Calculus, Gravel and all
intee this preparttion to be of Officinal
nd abdominal V1.cers, augmenting all the
merely purgative, but -Aterative, changing
Hence it is of great use in obstinate de
ructions and Enlargements of' the Liver,
e abdomen, in irrextilar circtilation, par
Badder. and of the Uteru!. From its ener
ist named, it proves eminently- efficacious
iveness and Bihious Affectione, in acidity
and Gill Stones, in some species of Cuta
NT, Newberry, S. C.
BRe 8, F. FANT,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Store formerly kept by Messrs. Maye & Mar
tin, and next to Messrs. Chlck & Co.,
NEWBERRY, S. C. -
rakes pleasure in inviting his friends
and tho public to call on him there.
His stock of
Is large, fresh and complete.
Physicians recipes compounded care
ate Agriatar.ii and ~Mechanical Society,"
.vlemy of Music, Charleston, S. C., comn
tiiing a.fund .td enable emigrants to nettle
as of Northern and European .farmers and
heir tranLsportation thither and support for
ienera.1 Wade Hampton, HIon.-BE- F. 'Perry,
agood, Hion. Armi.<tead Burt, HIon:--Jatnea
Simpson, Andrew Simonds, Esq., Hon. G:
of the Serics of Co acerts to Commence on
[sic, Charleston, S. C., on which day the
slon, and no mnore, at $.5 each.
gents STRCTLY COWIFIDENTIAL.
cate of Title to Academy of Music, will be
lie, New York.
cost to build $230,000, having an annual
ores and Halls; the building being about
nd Market streets, in the eentre of the city
d most valuable property in Charleston;
[OK, GARY & CO.,
LUD n~IrAOn AssocIanIOX.
si. C. Butler,
hadwIck, Esq., ;.Charleston, 8. 0.
i I. W. Gary.
ewberry, S. C.
RVISORS OF DEAWING:
Colonel B. H . Rutledge, of Soutlr Carolina.
Hon. Roger A. P'ryor, of New ?'ork..
WE- beg to call the attention of the pub
lIc fo our first class stock of
iow complete in eery d'epartment,- and- to
the following special items:
800IUT8 AND SHOES.
We- are now prepared to show ones.of the
handsoriestf neatest, cheapest and most de
sirable stock of SHOE& ever oponed in this
market. We introduce two' new features in'
te trade. 1st. We will senud no goods out
to try or fit, as we have, at considerable ex
pense, fitted up a "Ladies' Fitting Room."
2d. We guarantee, to the fullest extent, all
our fine work to give cntire[satisfactioni.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
June 21, 2,5-tf. GOLUMBIA, S. C.
THE MORRIS GIN
IS SUPERIOR.TO-ALL OTHERS.
For particulars address,
COLUMBIA. S e
ABRAMS & METTS
- fi !pa!,e-?n hAPorming their frienda
and-the trads-e-.gerally that tlhey have just
oW-end aeegat fiot of S#R4NG god
Tleir stock of fAd1tShots is froM the
eefebi'ted factory oftifes' & gon, and for
beauty of ficish are superior td atytting
yet introdgced'tor this market. In a few
days will be opcfed a: ue seection of
liaes' Chltdv sm,
to which they invite special attention. Al
good. warranvted, and sold af a short pr6fit
for cash. ABRAMS & METs.
liar. 22, 12-tf.
VRU #ARIIE& S0N
HAVE thA pleasure of announcing that
their stock of goods for
THIS SPRINC SEASON
Is one of
And embraces in
An assortment which cannot f4 il to attract
and please. All of which have been selewt
ed with uusual care and bought for cash,
and therefore can be sold LOW.
DRESS 0 ,
alicoes, Muslins, Poplins. Lenos,
Silks, Embroideries, Laces,
PERRMERY, SOAPS, &.
Cassimeres, Linens, Scarfq, Shirts.
Fqr gentlemen, together with a fine assort
HATS, SHOES, &c.
In addition to this large stock, we invite
attention to a choice lot of
GR 0 CERIES
Sugars, Coffee, Syrups.
BacOn, Corn, &c.
An examination of stock is respectfully
solicited.. Satisfaction guaranteed, with
M. BARRE & SON.
Apr. 12, 1 5-tf..
TIIESuberibers.take. plenare in inform
.ing their mierous fr ends'and - patrns in
the County of Newherry...and,.elsewhere,
that they are prepared .,'ih.e'er.y oeg and
perfect appliance in their Carding 'Factory
to turt. out satistfactory wor.k. Ou.r Batter
Macine for Mixing is perfect and complete
in all respects. - .
Wool left with Xi-. Sinimons, at the New
berry Depot, will be hauled to our Factory
and returned- in ani eapedit.ioaus manner.
And an-Y orders or directions comniitted to
him will be sati.sfaetorily attended to.
$hould our custromers prefer visiting the
Factory they will find stables and lots for
their stock,'and every accommodation aill
be shown them.
RI. S. & J. W. GO0DGION.
June 7, 23-3m..
WE have now an elegant
BOO0R 8HOEg, &I,.
Which we will
Our terms from this date are
Therefore our prices will
correspond with the times
ABRAMS & METTS.
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
Wagon Making, Repairing, &c.
THE .undersigned has opened a shop,
at a mnile.from Helena, (on G. & C. R. R.,)
at Judge Lake's place, where he is prepared
to Shoe Hforstes, Lay Plows, Make and Re
lair Wagons, and do any kind of Wood
Wok,. e,ither Agricultural, Mill or Domestic
woni.- 1e will also repair Qotton Gins.
Shoeng a Borse.. ..... ------....$ 1 20
Laying a Pio6 (ownzer fui.ajshingiron,) 40
a"(bie furnishlbg iron,)... 4.5
2 Horse Wagonwith body.........115.00
g " " witLout body. . 100.00
All other work ini proportion.
All that is asked in share of his friends'
natronage. ('all and see.
STEPHEN F. E. GRUBER,.
Mar. I, tt-tf.
College Commencemelnt at Due West.
GrE,Irr.L. ar> CoAuxuzr RaLrAD- Co.,
-Coirxat, S. C., June 25, 1871.
ROUND Trip Tickets, for one fare, will
be sold at all stations on this road for Dou
nald's, to persons who desire to visit Due
West during commencement exercisea ol
Erkine College and Due West Female Col
leg, on the 12th and 13th of July.
Sale of Tickets to commence on the 6th
and coutinue until the 11th inclusive, the
privilege to return to extend to the 15th
inclusive. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
!. T. BaaRTL.rr, General Ticket Agent.
June 28 26-3t.
All goods SoLD-BY US will be delivered
free of Drayage to any one in Town, or ani
one in 2 miles of the Court Rouse, and at
the Depot. Also to any one at Helena:
and we guax'antee to sefl- gcods as cheap as
any other house.-rar> trr
S a- and at M* 6foide.
ALA persons indebte&jtheodflim 0
AStNfS, GR1FFtN t IRAuGs 0E, ei
rake due noTite of this o4:Wte 6v furdl
_Totbie and' eieVae We- w4 ho*&;d&r
WRIGHT & GUMMY
IN. ,2 OLLOHON ROW.
Our stoek of
CLOTHING AND G lTS V -
FOR THIS SEASON,
i niovy complete, and embrace all
DESIRABLE STYLES AND
Either for Men, Bors or Youthx.
SU-,TS of all kind!,, fromr comame t1 gw
AND AT ALL 091N R ..
vDNI .MSEITS, cGOTS,
noats and Cap, &c.,
And all at MODERATE PRICES.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Calfhandmswed drens Boots, Shons& OGerMs
". "9 . D'besotr- w. r "1 " "
Kip bond Pg'd " "1 " ro " t "t
EKh Worfor Men & Boyo.
matso,nd-CtpsyEIG & '.
GREAT ECTEN T
TO the LARGE CONFECTIONERY of
A. M. WICKER,
ehaxsadded and complete asot
L E A DING GOODS,
Baicon Side- , Lard,
Flour, Mealand Grist
augar of A grades,
Coffee, Tea. Molauxes; Vingar and Dled
Fritv, and- every d'escription of Chin
d:eF, fresh ]riits and Nuts, with
many other necesries and
You can't help being daaied' and sur
pli,.d with all-.vour he'art could wish.
I hare enlarged my business with thiv
h oadepcf inofcletn hti
no de e. GMAND' N PN
oFOR~e TIEREIE MoAND CUegRE OF i~
Fut, and eery Diseasesti of hean-r
yaen, frs risan uu,wt
Deaneyn ofthe esre andR
the cbntwelp geny ds and eyau
wlithu p;ad i sil l r er c od erfish y
Idapted toa~ messsiessofHabth ntpa
inp af xectton o ectn~wa
nowdEY.-SO AND' i'AlP-NO
Apr. 19, 13mt.
TORES TUERIFACR, O.,
Acea a h Chroiieae stLv,
a und pbic ge rally that Hert-ill
nih the I all arils i hsurm lin
betqalityeat the h JYR
wRtoofin; and is tonerull,
adsped tcas o haalC sia
.tion, Tord ity- f the e r.'an Iac t cred
Sicke atd tieoestr aes.Coic
Faln and iegs and r~ies ad
aN , th ulcGnrllTThERiG,
ndhreit all rl in his line pto e4e
bn eady foruale at CAOLNAeAU
bA wor Newbloer
sMlta. 22,~ 1-t.~ Propretor
Spcal and Pgosan ricul ad
Tin Wpe!sn in toWeare!!
Ad al ormk inmedislie pyet.u By drer
ao n c iea y sale ot s.RLIAXAN
Mar. 22, 1-t.Porior
A.SM apeaand arc ear
the det on te ra oKeea n will a ot.
A im W -of 4)e wW
Calf hand-sewed (M
Also, a Ane s6ck of La
All gof wiio e ofier
LOW "RB G
CM am A~
I*rt 24V, I-er
Wiuly t*bi favid i, 1
;oods Hnmd of b44 Eii
LOW Mg1 M>
rogether wt b r "it&I4 . adaao
us400"s and .iewn. -
arge ot of *-lW iy.ery
GoW stock-of wa .".e
Ind Boys. Sk* 10% eud
Dhildren's Shoes f , ? a'rs kC.
Wbag mad SiA itVI
Factory taa the uhb*a re
)ine fot ofCistef,- aadif ale
GeW and -
Large fAtof Shmep,Seyrbe
Tobaccoad Wooden *.anL.
Staoinery, enIcs , ?menig-a4 -
Keroine and *=e. -
They pmpow to We* ober to the fa:ix
Factiou of atbb vit pmoniv tbov.
At LOW lattgo Sb sitf reft
- O fi ---r.
CAn ene fnine s aot- ow judge
'They Pre Alto Agt'vlt A A-* J -
Boer' doi!re a-'
y Sewing i';o k fichiConuit.
r. W. 9icI L , | .
AprOY. fs"-vy. lbinhie
whiLA * w'ilT l l
et eRiephto'uto tta- -c
with the ~amd'e
And al'so sii ote feijje.
We haTe detevnind io. sai gurh oer
line as tow as t'y ce be some sMe lr
We find that we cannot e af dhO t d
Pet6.- ,~ 6-i
A FULL N~
agt hannad oi
LOW FOR CASH.
For sale by -
MI & a