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Oun. AGXNTS IX CIAIMLSTON.--The ad
vertising agency of Messri. Valker, Fvans &
Cogswel, represented by Roswell '. Logan
Esq is the only autboriz.d-agency for thi:
paper in Charleston.
07' S. M. PETfENGILL & Co., 10 State
Street, Boston, 37 Park Row, New York, anc
701 Cnestnut Street,~ Philadelphia, are oui
Agents for procuring. advertisements for our
paper in the above cities, and inthorized t<
contract for advertising at our lowest rates
"Mmaus. GRivry & HoiFMAx, NewDpaper
Adyertiing Agents,- No. 4 South St., Bal
timore, Md., are duly authorized4 to contracl
for advertisements at our lowet rates. Adver
lUsers in that City are requested to leave their fa
vors wit thishouse."
VALUADLE TO HOUSEXEEPS.-I am
now preparing the best article in use foi
cleaning Gold, Silver, Plate and Brittanis
Ware, and warrant it to be entirely free from
grit or any injurious matter, and therefore
will not scratch the finest surface. Prict
only 25 cents per bottle.
For sale only by
JOHN F. SPECK,
May 28, 21-tf. Newberry, S. C.
We will send a copy of our paper and a
copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly' for one
year to any one sending us S-1.50. Our pa
per speaks for itself, and you may know th<
value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," froin
the fact that every yearly subscriber get:
about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and
from fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
least S40. 5-tf.
MEnT3Gs.-:Xewberry Division, No. 8, S. o:
T., meets everyruesday dight at S o'clock, in
llulabki Lodge, No. 2), 1. 0. 0. F., mets in
the same Hall, everL Friday eveuiu at$ o'clock.
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. 31., meets firs1
Monday in the month, at S o'clock.
Siguet Chapter, No. 18, It. A. M., meets every
second Monday, at S o'clock.
'rows CouscL.--J. P. Pool, Intendant. P
Rodelsperger. J. Gaunt, A. M . Bo %rs and U
Saamru.-. J. arrington.
C.ni.-J. C. Smith.
Junos PROBAr.-J. C. Leahy.
SCUOL CoXXIssIosEI.-31. S. Lon.
CoLTr ComxtssioNzns.--Dennis Moates, T
Keitt, A. Rice.
TaxXr. JUSTIcES.-C. C. Chase. (. P. -Jacoby
Prof Gerard promises a rare treat to-nigh
-Wednesday-at Mayes & Martin's Hall
and all for fifty cents. See ad ;ertisemen t.
We regret to announce the death of Judge
Wardlaw, which occurred at Abbeville, o
Sunday morning last. ie was 74 years of age
REDUCTION IN FREIGHTS.-A railroad
man last week informed us that the officers
of the G. & C. Railroad ha-ve determined t<
materially lower the freight rates over this
road, and that it will be carried into effect in
a few days. This is pleasing intelligence
and will be especially esteemed in this
period of money pre3sure by our merchants
At a meeting of the Survivors' Association
held on Sale-day, the following gentlemet
were chosen to serve the ensuing year: Presi
dent, Y. J. Pope; Vice-Presidents-Thomas J
Lipscomb, Wm. Lester, D. Augustus Dicker
and John K. G. Nance; Seeremry-Samue
T. McCaughrin; Treasurer-Jefferson J. Gall
Has created.many a new business;
Has enlarged many an old business;
Has revived many a dull business;
Has rescued many a lost business;
Has saved many a failing business;
Has preserved many a large business;
And insures success in any business.
NEwBERRY TAxEs.-Cournty Treasure
Phifer and Auditor Heyward have comn
pleted their settlement at the comptroller
general's office, which is, we learn, a ver
dred dollars nulla bona taxcs reported an
twenty-two tracts of land forfeited. Thi
amount of all taxes for that county wa
about seventy-nine thousand dollars.
ADVERTIsEMET.-Mr. Editur-The fol
lowing sentiments nv a Titusville farmeri
my sentiments cgsactly-prie: ;haem for mn
and charge full price to IIezekiahi Jonsing.
"If any man's or woman's cow or oxei
gits in these here oats, his or her- tail will b
cut off, as the ease may be. I am a Chris tial
man, and pay my taxes, but dam a mat
who lets his critters run loose, say I."
You shall hear from me soon agin.
Tu FonsMir,E HOUSE.-Maj. John IP
Kinard, we are pleased to announce, has hi
popular store, four miles from the towti
abundantly supplied with just :he kinds o
goods that the surrounding contry needs
and being a veteran in mercantile life h
knows how to lay in a stock, and in thi
instance he feels coufident that he has su<
ceeded. All he asks is a visit and an examinE
tion, but be sure to carry money in you
purse, reader, for the chances are you wil
wish to buy after looking.
CHANGE oF BAsE-and a right good chang
too, is that now making by Dr. S. F. Fant
in removing from his old store to the ver
popular store room on the corner of Pratt an
Caldwell Streets, known as No. 1 Molloho
Row. The Dr. has purchased the entir
stock of Drugs kept by Drs. Harris & Greet
and will consolidate and move in this weel
His purpose is to run a Drug Store secondt
none in the country, and having the mean
and ability to do so. we feel sure that he wi
GOOD TExnLARs.-A Lodge of Goo<
Templars was instituted near Burton's TanI
Jne 4th, 1873, by Rev. H. M. Mood, G. \
C. T., called Trrinity Lodge, No. 33. Tb
flowing are the officers: W. W. Waidrol
W V. C. T; Rev. D. D. Dantzler, P. W. C. T
Mrs. B. H. Waldrop, W. V. T; W. G. Pete1
son, W. S; Miss M. E. Kilgore, W. F. S
H. B. Sen1, W.T; B.B. McClung, WV. C
I. G; W. D. Senn, W. A. S; Miss Mamnie C
Kinard, R H. S; Miss J. M. Peterson, L. I
S; Rev. D. D. D)antzler, L. D.
A NicE PLAC.-A correspondent in
notice of life in Vienna expresses hais deej
amiration of the Viennese girls:
Infact, under twenty.five there are n4
-ugly ones; while, for every third young lad:
one meets, one's heart jumps down int
clebiest of complexions, beautiful hair ani
killing eyes; and :he same remarks npp
equally for - the servants. I have been i1
many capitals, but I was never so com
pletely prostrated by appearances as I at
ROANOKE COLLEG.-We acknowledg
receipt of a catalogue of Roanoke Collegc
Salem. Va., also a handsomely printed cop;
of the Microcosm, pubibhed Biennially b;
the secret fraternities of Rtoanoke, with th
compliments of undergraduate, Z. Wrigh
abaugh, of the Sai or class. From th
e we are pleased to notice that ther
urse no less than 1603,only tw'. c
however. from 'his Statt
bangh,ox Prosperity in thi
* el Hyler, of Lexingto!
fo the Microcosmi
nt,and shows tht
~e ~'cares, he has als
c - of regular studj
& t ~ ~ ~ ion to atten(
lI~tAt.K.At; Cu;.--()nc of the most
emai-1able ceis n hieh ha. come under our
ob<ervation lately. was told i on Thurd I
A young gentlemen lately re:utned
from the West, suffering from.dispepsia, and
hearing that Dr. Faint's tinicbitters was a
specific, procured a bottle, which he placed
upon the mantel piece of lis room. From I
that time to the present he has felt none of
his old symptoms. He did not even draw
the stopper. If there is virtue in look
ing at these celebrated bitters, how much
must there be in takin: them.
W - P. RUSSE LL & Co.-In another column
wili be found a highiy interesting description
of the nodel ebtabl6hinett of the firm just
named, whicL: we copy from the Charleston
News& Courier. We like touw:iceandencour
age well directed efforts. and in this particular
instance take niuch pleasure in inviting at
tention to the article. The conveniences
afforded by this firm are many, and decided
ly advantageous to builders, and to all such
who contemplate the erection of new houses,
or who wish to finish or beautify old ones,
we cannot do better than offer them the
advice that they communicate with Messrs.
Russell & Co.
THE POSTOFFIcE.-Numierous complaints
have been made to us of late in regard to
our post oftliee and the stringency of the rules
enforced, and as a pubtic journaiist we feel
it our duty :o call attention thereto, and re
qvest that there be a change. " Hours were
made for slaves" a.d for the inhabitants of
cities. and a stringent adherence to a set rule
or a minute system will hardly do here. The
Post master is a public servant. and as much
as possible in hint lies should be ccommo
datig and willing, at all convenient times to
satisfy reasouable wants. If there be founda
tion for complaint, we deplore it, and request
moditicatiou of such rules as will not hold
good, or suit the public of Newberry.
EDUCATIONAL.-On the 31st of May, the
colored schor-l in the neighborhood of Col. E.
S.Kcitt,gave an interesting exhibition, which
reflected great credit on pupils as well as
their teacher-M. Brown. Representative
Boston, after the close delivered an appro
On the samc day, the colore-1 school, over
which J. T. Henderson presides, also had a
festival. in the grove known as the S.ckwel
Baptist Church grove. rhe occasion was
one of-great interest.
On the day preceding, in the neighborhood
of Mt. Olive, the colored school under the
teachings of Allen Maxey, ;lso had a piC nie
and examination, in which latter the scholars
exhibited considerable proticiency.
COMMENCEMENT AT WALHALLA.-The
commencemeut exercises at Newberry-Wal
halla-College, from the 19th to the 26th,
promises to be of rare interest, and a large
number of visitors being expceted, prepara
tions commensurate for the occasion are
being made. The time to be occupied will
afford visitors aba ndant opportunity beside
of visiting all the prominent features of that
pleasant section of country. Such an oppor
tunity of enjoying the mountain air, of
witnessing the commencement services, of
fortifying the system With good substantial
mountain fare, and cool water, is not often
offered. We have no doubt many from this
section will go.
COURT.-Contrnry to expectation the civil
docket was closed on Tuesday last, and the
various interests involved therein allowed
once more to rest over. Why this is the
cace, we cannot imagine. If there be wire
,zuliair. wh.y do not parties interested oat
In the case of the State vs. the liquor deal
ers, a general nol. pros. was granted, at the
request, we understand, of the Bar, and the
innocent transgressors of a sleeping law, on
the payment of actual costs only, and with
the promise to sin no more, were allowed to
rest in peace. In one or more eases wi'ere
the parties were oat of funds, Solicitor Flem
ing kindly remitted all the costs. The Solici
tor's conduet and bearing entitles him to
GuAss.-A farmer from the Mollohon set
tlementinfortas us that if any one wants to
see a hu;;e crop of grass they need but visit
his section. Such a crop never was secn be
fore, although the oldest inhabitant has been
invited out to pass judgment. He wvas in
town on Monday hunting labor, bat lament
ably failed, neither love nor money, nor hon
mu accents, nor promises of hog and hominy,
can prevail with the floating labor about this
town, they prefer to lie out in the shade and
-trust to chance for an accidental meal, rather
than go in the country and fight grass. He
begs us to say, that if any one has any spare
geese he will be gladl to have themi sent up,
any and every help will be thankfully accept
Our advice is that Mollohon let the grass
grow, and cut it for hay. There is always a
demand for rough food.
F. G. W. Lewis, of Lynn, Mass., took out a
policy of life assurance, No. 295, for $3000,
in the Equitable Life Assurance Society. At
the end of eight years, after paying premiums
amou:ting to $252.48, he died. Upon this
Ithe Society paid in cash to his representa
tives $3410.75; an amount consisting of the
sum originally assured, $3000, with dividends
Under such successful management as
-that demonsttated by this and similar cases,
Sit is no wonder that the Equitable receiives
the largest amount of patronage of any life
assurance company of the world. Its new
-business in 1872 being about fifty-two
millions of dollars. The Tontine Saving
Fund plan of this Society is so ingenious and
so attractive, that it pays to read an account
oT it, whether one takes a policy or not.
THE CROPs.-The prognostications as to
the cotton crop in consequence of the very
heavy and repeated rains, are many and
ominous, but while we hear many gloomy
accounts, yet there are others of a more
cheering character. The heavy rains have
not been general or wide-spread, and wh ile in
some sections the lands have been washed,
and in some the grass is getting the upper
Ihand of the farmer and his forces, in other
places, happy reports arc brought in that all
is well, grass cleaned out and cotton in a
-jhealthy condition. There is no doubt how
ever, that there must be a falling off to some
extent. All the while though that cotton is
the prime subject on which some gloom and
others rejoice, we hear but little of the corn
prospect. We trust this part of the crop is
doing well, for we feel deeply interested as to
its condition, and if not too late earnestly pray
that a few more acres be put in.
DISTRICT QUARTERI.T MEETING.-The
quarterly meeting for Newberry District was
fiheld on Saturday and Sunday at Sharon
Church, the Rev. 'Ienry hMood, presiding
s.lder. The services were highly interesting
-and profitable, and were largely attended.
sThe Rev. J. L. Shuford, circuit preacher, re
ports his cburches in good condition, con
gregations5 large, Sunday Schools flourishing,
and the feeling manifested at this quarterly
emeeting unusually good, and one added to
I,the church. At an election for Delegates
j o h Dist.lct Conference to be held at
-oke.,bury, on the 23rd of July, tie lollowing
vere eh v : l'tn. 1)i. 1i ,al ., s a:w Ncerbert.
-itinwer D. l . , 0)r S:ligh, SIJ:11
ivitfgstone, E. 1'. Cr omser, :d lev Slawsun,
vith J. H. Boulvare, W. W. Walkhop, W.
linard. Walter Summers, Elijah Satterfield,
rank Bon;zer and E. S. Enlow, as reserves.
The Rev. A. J. Cauthen will preach the
ntroductorv sermon before the Conference
n Wednesday night, and the Conference
rill convene for business on Tbursday morn
In this connection we state that the Quar
vrly Conferencu of this Station, elected Us
tclegates to the same Conference, 1'. S.
doorman and T. F. Greneker, with T. F.
larmon and McD. Metts as reserves.
LBOUT THE TowxN D COUNTY.
Rains are not so frcquent.
Grass is growing like a house on fire.
The weather has moderated-it is now
The flies are as numerous as ever, and
tick like wax.
The scarcity of money in these parts is
earful to contemplate. But
To their honor, be it said, our subscribLt.
re paying up promp tly.
Nor are our merchants daunted, for they
.dvertise without stint.
They are taking advantage too, of the duil
eason to havc their necessary printin-, done.
Why is it that boys behave so rudely and
Aav Zhe gluuton at picnics, and all social
:ntertainments. We pause for a reply.
Mr. S. P. Boozer, a dezate to the l'resby
rian Synod, at Little Rock, Ask., has re
Mr. Lawrence Marsha;l informs the public
hat he has something plea.ait to tell to
hose who favor him with :a call.
Thu hearse now turnished by Mr. B.ixter
lhapnian0 for fneral purpose is a marvel of
>eau:y, in style as well as finish. It ought
o be, for the cost w.is con.siderable.
A difculty occurred near Martin's Depot,
ast week. between a colored man and his
ife, named East. The wife stabbed and cut
er husband three or four times. Drs. Speake
tad Friff are treating the wounded man.
Three deaths are reported this week, a
vidow lady named Farrow, near Kinai d's
urn Out, an infant child of .Mr. Waters,
ear Jalapa, and one other child name not
Our meat market is now in a chronic con
litions and almost hoplessly beyond re
:overy. The Leef now offered for sale looks
ike it might have lost its fatty condition in
he lava beds with Capt. Jack. Shack Nasty
timself would turn up his nose at it.
Frank says he saw a rainbotdugh-rain
)ow-the other day, and again that the rose
mrries-rapberries-are ripe. He has also
liscovered that there will be no apricocks
pricots-this year. He is a bird, a rare bird
-for when bread and butter time comes, he
;ys he's as hungry as a bull bat.
Dr. J. D. Bruce's Electro Chemical Baths
tre being used extensively, and to great ad
rantage. iis patients, we are rejoiced to
ay, are doing well. One course of baths
vill cure somae of the most chronic cases.
)nc course of twenty baths will do more
;ood than a whole summer's travelling, with
nineral springs thrown in.
On Thursday afternoon last, just one week
o thme hour slimce the heavy flood and hail
orm, this devoted section was visited by a
orma of rain, wind, lightning and thunder,
imost equal in fury to its late predecessor.
[he rain fell fast and furious and in perfect
heets of water. A lew more such heavy
ain-falls will materially lessen the crops.
'Jot al maeT ,ammagc Is alicaay done.
The Baltimore Corner, welt known to the
mblic of Newberry, we are pleased to state,
s undergoing renovation outside and in, and
n the course of a few days will present a
>right and beautiful appearance. Its ener
etic, wide-awake and liberal proprietor is
erfectly right in improving his store, and
2e knows that it will bring him in increased
:rade. A liberal use of printers ink in adver
ising, and a handsomely adorned store will
issuredly attract custom.
ADERTI5EMENT.-To advertise is to in
Erom the public that you are ready for busi
aess, and have something to dispose of, eith
3r in the way of services or stock. A sign
ver the door, or across ',he face of a build
ing, may catch the eye of a few passers-by,
but a well displayed notice in a live paper
is read by thousands. Some men while saving
ten dollars by not advertising, lose hundreds
in the lack of custom. The live business
man is always found in print, iIe deals with
the people, and knows that the best way to
reach them is through the columns of the
local paper. Hie never lacks customers, but
is kept busy wvaiting upon those who have
read of his stock and who hiave come to
examine or buy. We favor judicious adver
tising. Good as it is, it can be overdone.
A man may exaggerate his stock, and there
by disgtust those who visit him. Another
may expend too muclh money on a single
effort. and fail in its object. Tihe best way
to advertise is, first: have something to dis
pose of worth the price you ask; keep within
reasonable bounds in your notice to the pub
lie; pay for the space you occupy, promptly;
as your business enlarges, let your adver
tisements keep pace with its growth; lay
aside a certain per cent, of profit for the sole
purpose of keeping before the public. Thou
sands of men owe their fortunes to a Judi
cous system of advertising -Exchange.
The enterprising vagabond who is organi
zing a brass band of tventy wo:nen says that
if they learn half as many 'airs' as they put
on, the experiment cantact fail to be a suc
"Mr. Jones,', said Mrs. .Tones, with an air
of triumph, "don't you thick marriage is a
means of grace?" "Will, yes," growled
Jones, "I suppose anyth.ing is a means of
grace that breaks down i':ide. and leads to re
O the snore, the beautiful snore, filling her
cmamber from ceiling to floor. Over the
coverlet, under the sheet, froma her dimpled
chin to her pretty feet! Now rising aloft
like a bee in June; now sunk to the wail of a
cracked bassoon! Now fic..-like subsiding
then rising again, is the L:autiful snore of
"An old Bachelor said "there's a darned
sight more jewelry worn n.ow~ a days than
wzen I was young. But there's one piece
that I always admired which I don't often see
"What is that?" askted a young lady.
"A th imble," was the reply. He was regard
ed with contempt andi scorn by every lady in
room for the rest of the evening.
A lady recently requested her husband to
go to the dressmaker and tell her that she
(his wife) had changed her mind, and would
have the watered silk raade tip ins tead of the
poplin, and that "if she thinks it would look
better with bias flounces without puffl:g,
and box plaited below the equator, which
should be gathered in hem-stiched gu<lgeons
up and down the seams with a gussel-stitch
between, she can make it up tbat way instead
of fluting the bobbiniet insertioni and piece
au.t with point applique, as I sugges ted yes
+erdAny " The man is Row a raviDg manDiac.
A Model E0tabliSlantcnt.
:r r. j: t ANI, SAS1 FArnRy- A
I)EscItIPTIoN OF THE AcHINE!Y-CO
NOMICAL MANAGLUENT -THE LRLCAC
TIONS AGAINST FItRE.
Among the many evidences of the growth
Lud prosperity oI Charleston there is none
jerhaps, more cheering or more complete
han that which is afforded by the extet
ive factory of Messrs. W. P. Russell & Co
it the east end of Ilasel.
THE MAIN FACTORY
s located in a spacious building three
tories in height. Upon the first fl.or, the
>rincipal features is an immense lathe, upon
which huge stocks of timber are turned in
olumnns and pillars. There are n.,o other
iachines in preparing material for doors,
iashes and blinds. The machinery of the
,tire factory is driven by a powerful en
ine located on this flour, the boiler being in
, fire proof outhou,e aJjoining. There is,
A PLANING MACHINE,
.complhcation of cogs and wheve!<, but in
tself the perfection of uechanical kill und
ngenuity. A rongh board is run through ir,
.ud, by the single pioces-, comes out plalned
n both sides, and tongued and grooved
ady for use for ceiling and flouring. On
he second floor, where the narerial prepared
)elow is glued t;eethcr, there are all the
atest iimprovenest in tachinlery. In the
ianufacture of blinJd, for inttance, no work
it all is performed by the hand. fhe stats
re cut, planed and trinmed to the proper
ize by machinery. The side pieccs are put
ato a machine that grasps them and punches
be holes into which the slats are fitted, and,
n less titmc almost than it takes to tell it,
Ie blind is reidy to be giued together. In
DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES,
ill the moulding, mnorticing, dove-tailing and
laning is done by machinery, and there is
ittle need for other humin help than such
is is necessary. The stutf is all cut out and
haped on the second floor. It is then left
o dry and seasotin for several weeks, and is
inally put together and carried up to the
tore room on the third floor. Here the glaz
ng and painting is don, and the sashe.,
uids and doors of all sizes and de-criptions
ire store.i away to fill orders. Bit it is not
lone to the making of windows and doors
hat the work is contied. There is tiow in
ourse of erection
A SPACIOUS CADPENTEn SHO'.
.vlich will be supplied with improved
nachinery, and in which will be built all the
eparate parts which cons,itute the frame
vork of a house. At this time the firm are
uaking orders for the erection ofhoubes, every
art of which is built in their establishment,
id sent off in detached pieces. The facili
ies for doing the work are of course ample,
ind houses are frequently cut out,as it were,
ind sent off to distaht parts of the State to be
:rected. Messrs. W. P. Russell & Co have
issociaed with them, as superintendent of
heir establishment, Mr. Wi. Speir, an ac
tive and energetic architect and mechanic,
mnd plans aud specifications of builditng catn
aow be had at the factory.
The economy with which the entire estab
ishment is managed is worthy of note. The
AFEGUAtDS FOR THE PREVEXTION OF FIRE
arc numerous. Under the mnain building is
n enormous cistern, and on every floor are
ilaced racks of buckets tilled with water,
Phich are every evening taken down and
placed on the floor in different parts of the
building. But the most ingenious feature of
the entire economy of the establishment is
in the management of the watchman system.
ue night watchman is armed with an instru
tneit called Bnerk's watchnan's clock, which
lie has to carry around with him, and which
s itself a trintnph of mechanical art. I has
six keys which are locked up in little boxes
placed in different portions of the premises
and the watch is run in such a way that the
watchman has to visit each one of these sta
tion boxes once inl every thirty minutes dur
ing the night. Should he miss a round the
dial of the clock tells the tale in the tiorning
nd the sleeper is fined. So peifect is the
echanism of this instr-ument that by no
possibility can the watchman evade his duty
iithout detection,; and the station boxes
eing placed in such positions as to carry
im through the entire premises once every
half hour, the protection to the place against
fire is as complete as it can be made by
uman contrivance. The business head o1
MR. W. P. R USSELL,
s an energetic man, and has by his own indi
vidual effort built up the large factory which
ow hears his name. The establishment is a
nument of sharp practical business talent,
and a visit to the place and an examination
>f its details and intricacies will amply repay
the visitor. The factory gives employment
to about sixty persons, who are kept busy
supplying the demands of a business that is
increasing daily.-News and Courier.
WONDERtF UL HEvOLUTIONS IN PAINTING.
-Amid the many astounding improvements
which have marked the progtess of the
present age none have exceeded that of house
paiting. But little more than a quarter of a
century past and the art of mixing and ap
plying paints was known only to those who
had made such matters the study of years.
Now, however, through the ingenuity of
radley, who prepares a Patent Enamel
Paint, every man or even child c.:n keep his
dwelling and surroundings looking at all times
as fresh and bright as new. Bradley's is
confessed the most durable, beautiful and
economical article of paint now before the
public, as thousands in Baltimore city, and
county, and throughont the State of Mary
laud generally, wilt cheerfully bear witness.
It is made from pure white lead, zinc, and
linseed oil, chemically comnbined, and em
braces all shades and colors, white not ex
cepted. It is at all times ready for use and
easily applied, attd sold at a remarkably low
figure by the single or several gallons. Mr.
C. P. Knight, the enterprising agent for
Baltimore and all thuis section, at No. 93
West Lombard street, states that the article
is meeting with ahniost universal favor, and
orders are daily multiplying at a rapL rate.
This we consider one of the best evidences of
the recal merits of Uradley's Patent Enamel
Paint. See Mr. Knight's advertisment.
[Baltmore Daily American.
On the 3rd inst.. at the r-esidence of the
bride's mother, by the Rev. Maining Brown,
Mr. W. M. SHtACKLEFORD, of Georgia, and
Mrs. MATTIE WICKER, of Newberry.
No invention was ever so important to the
residents of warm climates as the Venetian
llid. Admitting the air and a shaded light,
while keeping out the heat and glate, they
tre absolutely essential to the comfort of our
section. If the houses of any of our readers
are destitute of these valuable contrivances,
they should at once send their orders to Mr.
P. P. To'mle, Charleston, S. C. He makes all
the work be sells, and guarantees satisfaction
on all Blinds, Doors and Sash from his
Factory. Send for his price list. Sent free
June 4. 22-1m.
No Poisonous Drug.
DR. TUTT'S LIVER PILLS are prepared
with great care and study, in exact accord
ance with the principles ot' Chemicail com
patibility. They are not a "cure all" fotr all
diseases. They are safe. They contain no
dangerous ding. Rtequire no change of diet
Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla and
Under the influence of this compound the
ee grows clear and sparkling, the com
plexion like pearl; unsightly blotches, pock
marks, worms in the flesh, pimples, and
roughness of the skin disappear, and the
entire human organization grows redolent
The Proper Time
To use DR. TUTT'S LIVER~ PILLS is
when you have Natusea, Loss of Appetite,
Yellowed Cast of the Skin, Rush of Blood to
the Head, Cold Extremities, Ringing in the
Ears, Pain in the Back, Side and Shoulders,
High Colored Urine, Vertigo, and Bilious
ness. They afford prompt relief.
"NEWERRT, S C., June 10.-COotton 164.
"NEW Y ORK, June 9.-Cotton steady-up
lands 19k: Orleans 20. Gold 171..
BALTMORE, June 9.-Cotton firm-mid
AUGUsTA, June 9.-Cotton firm and little
CHARLESTON, June 9.-Cotton quiet
LIYnriOoL, June 9-Evening.-CottoU
loedas folrlows: -TTlands 86: Orleans 9*.
AN D 1) FAI
Plantation Supplies, Dry Good
Keep counstaitlv un I
Coffee', Meal, Baggi
Bacon, Molas-es, Ties,
Lard, Sugar, SaIt,
Flomr, Corn, Toba<
&e., Pink Eye
Also a choice article of N. 0. Mo!asses, in L
choice A No. 1 article Goshen BNtier, and Bu
Give us a call.
JNO. E. WEBB. T IOS. M. L A
Jan. .9, 4-tf.
Contemplating a change in our business
at anl ear,Iy day, we have deterinietd to sell
1"oois inl OIL Ithtu
AT SHORT PROFITS
Witi our experience we are stiSfied that it
will be to our interest as well as the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to enline o !-rslve c strictly to the CASH
We L.:pe our iiend, and tht public gene
rall y, will give us a trial under this Iew
sstem pOion which we ,uw enter, tnd we
will endeavor to make it to their interest to
give us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stock of
Heavy and Family Groceries,
and a CONSTANT SUPPLY of the
to the examination of which we invite all
peisons wishing to purchase goods in our
line before they make their purchases.
R MOORMAN & 101
All persons indebted to us by note or
Accout1r,. are imo.t earnestlv rented to
Iake pMeVn1t at. once. All our claims are
past due and we must have them settled.
We mean wlat we say.
R.' MOORMA N & -G.
Mar. 10, 18:7-lo-tt.
fayes & At
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
Ia(oo aod Bugg MalBiaI
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
MlBER M709I PHMPS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. :2, 40-tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner f'aIlwell and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
H-as just received and opening a general as
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
Ti.e public gencrally are invited
to call atnd examine my stock bc
fore purebasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
DI VERNON, RARN'S BEST
And 0. K. FLOURS.
N. 0. Mlolasses,
Corn, iBacon, &c.,
And many other articles re
ceived daily of Best Qual
ities, and Cheap for
THE PEOPLES STORE,
THO F. HMONO
May 21, 20-m
We are just in receipt of :;i> BOXES of
TOBACCO of various grade's and prices, at
whiolesale or retail.
LOVELACE & WHEFELEll.
May 28, 21--tf.
BB & CO.,
AND R ETAl.L
s, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.,
hand a good line of
11, Plantation Ifois,
!Vo, Wvodeni and Willow Waro,
bs., t bbk, 5 and 10 gallon kegs, also a
ckwheat Flotr iii abineance.
1KE. I. O'N. IIARRINGTON.
IIAVING increased our Manufactory we
are prepared to ;upply the demand for our
well known C oI*N GINS, which are con
sidered the be;L in the market by those who
have used and known them. EVERY GIN
GUARANTEID TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Price lower than any other first-class Gin.
Orders solicited carly in the season to prevent
By permiszion we refer to the following
Col. D. Wyatt Aiken, and Maj. J. K.
Gov. M. L. Bonliam, Edgetield; Maj. A.
.Jones, Pine House; Maj. Josiah Padgett,
Mr. L. Ilartley. Batesville.
Cap:. J. G. lIasvthorn, Saluda Old Town.
Gen. M. C. Butler. Columbia.
Messrs. WEBB, .IUNES & PARKi-R, are
our authorized A;:ents for New berry, at
who.e store a sample Gin can be seen.
NEBLETT & GOODRtICH,
.Tune 4, 22-4m. Augusta, Ga.
T H E
"M1RRIS COTTON GIN"
Still Ahead of all Others.
TH ESE COTION GINS have been TflIED
in Newberry and surrounding country, and
have rRovEN tO be the
BEST,SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
COTTON GIN ever offered in this country.
I have been manufacturing Cotton Gins
or .38 var sin Soti . rlina aud te Gin I
All work WARRANTED) to give full satisfac
tion or NO PAY.
Price $3.50 per Saw.
Cotton Gin Factory,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 28, 21-3m.
Planters should examine the above
named old and reliable Giu before buying
any other. It combines the required quali
ties of Simplicily, Strength and Dura
bility, It gins fast and clean, muakes
excellent lint (olten bringing 1-4c. to
12c. per lb. above market,) and is univer
sally admitted to be the lightest running
gin'made. We have bud thirty years' ex
perience in the business, and warrant every
gint perfect. Gina constantly in the hands
of our agenits, to wich we mnvite mnspection.
Circnlars, with testinmonials and full
particulars, may be had by addressing,
ISEAEL F. BROWN, President, .
Brown Cotton Gin Co.,
New London, Conn
WEBB, JONES & PAR~KER, Agents.
MADE AND REPAIRED
AT MY SIIOP ON
NI W.BE RRY, S. C.
Give Me a Trial.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
Mar. 2C6, I 2-:.'.
DECOR ATIVE P AINTER.
PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING.
Having provided himself with all the la
test improved ladders arnd other tools and
implements of his trade, is now prepared to
perform all work in his line of business
with neatness, durability and dispatch.
.00UTEY ,TOBS WILL BE ATTENDD.
Bv the arrangements which he htas com
pleted he will be able to do the several
branches of his trade at the LG\VEST POS
Tertms Cash on ti.e completion of work.
If you want me and don't see me, inquire
at II. II. Uiease's Tin and Stove Store.
A pr. 16, 15-3m.
Electra Chemical Baths.
Th.e undersign~ed has fitted up an Gilice
wiuh all the iiecessary appliances for giving
The Electro Chemical Baths,
the virtues of which have been long recog.
nied by our profession as being the only
effectual means of
Removing M.ercury from the System,
Also as being the speediest means of
CURING GJHRONIC RHEUMATISM,
and kindred disea,ses. Removing entirely
fron the s;:temn those constitutional dis
caes so ditheult of cure, and which, in facL.
are only palliated by the ordinary remedies,
The cQprte.sies of thle affce are extended
to ai Practicing Physicians needing treat
munt. J1. D. BRUCE, MI. D.,
ia -se -R., Naewherry, S C.
Pt; It C,(' SILIFFIELI
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Have nlow i Stjre tlkheir SPRIN
H A T S,
Our cutomer..; know that we ahva
have special styles of G A IDI ENT
and particularly in H ATS. that ea
nlut 1Le had inl s:nali salsmns
S,::d n-crer :ind w,- will I
is di,tinct frmui our READY .1.\ 1
i i ll t.Ke S N S UT
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELE
COL EMBIA, S. G.
Mar. 19, 11-tf.
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Drugs # Fancy .irlicl<
DR. S. F. FANi
NEWBERIRY 0. H., S. C.
All the most approved PATEN~T ME
CINES constantly on hand.
PERFU\iERIES, SOAPS and TOIL
ARTICLES, of the choicest character.
MEDICINAL LIQUORS, of purest qt
Prescriptions compounded carefuilly,
all hours, day and niht
Mar. 12, 73-10j-tf.
A sure and permanent Cure for all disea
caused by a deranged Liver, such as ,Taui
dice, Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Fevers,
Nervousness, Impurity of the Blood,
Melancholy, Costiveness, Sick
Headache,Painsin the Head.
and all kindred diseases.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE 11
SOLD BY ALL DR UGGISTI
Prepared only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, 1C-tm. CHAR LOTT E, N
Invaluable in Teething, and Summer C
plaints of Children. Cures
And other Diseases, incident to the pei
Unlike the "Soothing Syrups," now
widely used, this CORDIAL contains
Or other injurious Drug. It is compose
the very best materials, and should
found in every Nursery. The best ph
clans recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON, S. C
(T For sale by MOTTE 4 TA RRA
Newberry, 8. C. May s, 18-t
Dry 'Goods, Groceries, Nr.
la in' suhl oi: etire :onek of Slarchan
I to Mr. T%10.4. 4' m t2he
p a I r comm endin !.in to oWr nIa
mn.r cn, m' :; n dk' . he p11 ubi -. - g e., ne4i : ;!!y.
ho 1'! indebted to us ar! eaat v re
quetedt to come forward and sztrle the
same. Fur the ;:etet we can he fomni at
tie tore of Mr. 'Thos. Cook.
-k. SINGLF0N & C.
A. ..SIC moT.N,
_%eWberry, . C May S, 18-::.
It %will be -eCr 1v the abovo Card, that I
have purchaked the eire -:oek and ood
will of tie 3E RS. S!NGl1r0\, :tind it
my purpu.e to keep such a stock and to
se.1 at such prices : aill give the t:rer:est
satisfaict ion. My motto shall bo ( e:ick
and -hort protits, a:id frequt renew:ds of
Mv stock consists at presket of
fee, Flour, Syrups, &c.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS, HOES, &.
I will eli S,hoes, :it a g:% n -ch
lWe' gd a: from 41..- t :
P g .!at ( . :o .
ON BV IfViP
A.'ld -;o, also, is theU
New and Elegant Stock
P. W. & t R . I8. Mi l
00 And the ladoies at.l puh!ic geticrally, are
)o invited to ex.unc our finie and lar-ge a.
')o sortmi,ern of
Do Dress Goods, Calicoes,
DO Piques, Nalso(oks,
00 E 1bro detl ies, Lace-,
30 Frillings, Trimmitnzl,
,)o lottsekeepihg Good,
Wo sheetings,' Pllow Caising,
Heavy Goods, Whi"',
'00 Grain, Iardware,
0.) Saddiv:, Bridles,
30 And maniv other goods, t(no taiimtrotis to
00 mention, and all of hich we beg the pi
00 lie to examine.
DO our motto is .
QUCK SALES All SHORT
P,, I& , 8 IC
00I soN c
0 Al,pr. 2, ]:', i f.
00for Ladies andI Getu, andn
A F/IL LINE OF
.CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
o- A pr. 2, 1:3-tf.
DO YOU WANT
SExcellent in Quality?
IF o, GO0 TO
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where can be found Flour, Bacon, Molas
ses, sugar, Coffee, Corn,
.And Many Other Articles
s. At the Lowest Market
C.* On the cortner, and utnder the fll.:r..uI)
._ Offiec is the place
For Cheap Goods,
LAnd the Best Attention.
A pr. 23, 16-if.
Wec arc just in recp:. of
[C 5,9OO lbs.,
-iod (f the2 above, popularJ SUGARf, wideah
so We Will Sell on Good
SLOELLI[E & W1HEELER,
ysMay nS, 21-A.
W. T. TARRAN,
Dry Goods, Groceries. P>ots,~ Ihoes Hts,
NT, Caps, ('rockery, Saddil-Y, lartness, Ttunk.
'. Leath . ..c. A pr. 9, 14- tt,