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Spec and Local.
All single or transient business wotices in t
the local de"arrnent are inserted at the rate
of lifteen cents per line-liberal contracts3
made for thrre. sfx or twelve mouths. tf.
Taxi Nonca.-E%ecutor's or Admi-ig
ratmo wishing notices inserted in the H.x
azo must be prepared to pay for the same
before insortion. Attorneys sending in such C
notices on behalf of their clients will be held t
responsible, and will be expected to pay when t
'itsy wiMl also be held responsible for the -
pabliesti'ot all notices in Bankrupt cases.
Tranelnt advertisements of any kind must
he paid for In advance, if the parties adver
tising do not reside in town. s
Job work and subscriptions strictly cash. t
All papers bhall be stopped hereafter as
s)n as the term of subscription expi:es, un
less stisteetory arrangements are made to
The4 mark denotesexpiration-after that
ispape Is discontinued. V
r Br these thlegs in mind. 3-tf, t
If yf. have anything to Auction send it to
Corox is bought by
3 W. C. CHASE & CO.
F*au.sA SuPpLrD with Groceries, by (
- W. C. CHASE. v
- to?ArOE SUPPLIEs-at
3 W. C. CHASE'S.
WUnnisy.-Fine Kentucky Corn Whiskey g
. fo ab-eitha hy retail or wholesale. at e
2- W. C. CHASE & CO.'S.
Gabcawn.-All kinds of ;Groceries for
sale.at W. C. CHASE'S- I
#fa Sa,Z.-We have several Stoves and
other household implements, to sell on next
Sele-day. W. C. CHASE & CO. t
Messrs. Mayes & Martin are the
agents for the sale of Bradley's Am
moniated Dissolved Bne and Sea
A. M. E. Co-NFERENcE.-The A. M.
. Conference after a session of near N
two weeks, adjourned yesterday. We A
truAst they have accomplished good. f
DaoLuox.-The firm of Webb, h
Joies & Parker has been dissolved and V
creditors are requested to attend to their n
elim before Jesse C. Smith, Clerk of I
ATrL c CoAsT FjREGHT LIxNL
The attention of business men and the t
travelling public as well, is called to h
the advetisement of the Great Atlantic tl
Coast Freight Line, the important ad- SI
9vantages of which will at once be ap.
. parent. _
According to a recent decision of the 0;
patmaster-general, newspapers, when tj
endorsed with the name of the sender, 1
or when the number of papers contain- si
ed in the package is written upon the i
outside of the wrapper, are not to be oj
* subject to letter rates of postage.
INCENIramrSl.-We learn that on 's
last Wednesday night, at Little Moun- g
tain, six miles below Prosperity, the ti
. store of Mr. R. Y. Neil-was set on fire 'w
by incendiaries. The building and en- 0:
tire stock of goods were consumed, en- ti
tailing a loss of four thousand dollars. k:
THE GOAT RECOVERED.-The 0. F. fr
goat advertised as escaped in our last is- I
sue has since been recovered and is now a
restively awaiting the appearance of
some candidate for the high honor of a e
ride over the "Grand Circuitous Route o
of Delightful Intricacies." The boys ir
needn't hunt for him atny longer.
RExns:a Urro CasAn &c.-We have 0:
been accused of injustice to our enter- g
prising Town Council in failing to give tl
them the credit of the side-walk im- a
provements on Pratt Street, noticed in h
our last~ issue. We were ignorant of tc
the fact that they did the work and n
*MORuEIMTGAFrS.-A dispatch from
the Rev. Mr. Neumann on Saturday
last, tb the Rev. H. W. Kuhns, imparts
intelligence that sixty-two immigrants
& sailed on the 14th from New York for t
Charleston. The effort has been made
to.get the entire number for Newberry,
and the probability is that they will ar
A rive during this week. S
Go,or Orron-ruxrry.-The Debating I
Society and Reading Club of Newberry fe
are now in good working order, and we
have no doubt that propositions fory
membership would be received by bothp
with pleasure. They offer a good oP-G
portunity for social and intellectual imi- d
provement to our young men, who, by fc
all means, should take advantage of.it, t<
and join them. - bl
- - St
Messs. E, E. Davies & Co. have justs
received a select stock of seed potatoes. it
S cnsaisting of Early Rose, Goodrich,Seed
i?it, Peerless, Pink Eyes and Chili t
t* ,4yof which they will deliver at t
. eive ,a m depot for any place re
lastReagr''tgip of$5.00 per bar- t
ughnh z following p:
a visit wee above g
ting tbese;nurdaiy, 0o
nd, a , es; ti
ond *,'; ni
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ha living it
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FLYING TRAPzE.-Mr. M. M. Bufoi (
f this County, has imported one of i
bose interesting institutions, in which I
outh delight, and promises to erect it i
,i this town in about ten days time.-!
t is a new venture, says Mr. B., and I
berefore he will make his debut in
'harlotte. N. C., and work his way 4
own here, as by that time he will have I
[e hang of it. Look out then. ye lit- i
le people. and save your dimes, that
e may ride to your hearts content.
A TRIAL JuSTICE WANTED AT PROS-:
ERITY.-Wehaveheard complaint from
>tne of the citizens of Prosperity that
ic want of an intelligent Trial Justice
i that place is a source of nmch incon
enience. They ar? certainly entitled
) one. We have four in the town of
ewberry, and could very well dispense
ith two of them. It is an unjust dis
ibution of these officials to give to
ewberry four when the entire County
allowed only seven, patieularly when
place the size of Prosperity is left
Messrs. Swaffleld & Co., Clothiers of
olumbia, make the announcement this
reek that they have secured the ser
ices of a first rate cutter, and have, be
des, engaged a number of tailors, con
equently they are prepared to make up
arnients to suit all tastes with warrant-:
J fits. They also keep a large and el
gaht assortment of clothes, underwear,
ats, caps and all other things necessary
r a gentleman's or youth's complete
tfit. All that is necessary is to send
measure. All orders are promptly at
1. 0. G. T.-The following officers for
ie ensuing term were elected at a re
,nL meeting of Kosciusko Lodge No.
. I. 0. G. Templars:
J. C. Wilson, V. G, T.; Miss Sallie
huford, W. V. T.; Jas. Packer, W. S.;
7. 0. Goree, W. F. S.; Z. L. White,
7. T.; Rev. J. L. Shuford, W. C.; T.
Thompson,W.M.; Miss Fannie Shu
ord, W. I. G.; J. N. Bass, W. 0. G.; f
[ss Lizzie Rives. W. R. S.; Miss Lizzie
rhite, W. L. S.; Miss Hedwig Wiske
ian, W. A. S.; Miss Alma White, W. 0
I.M. ; Rev. M. Brown, P. W. C. T. 0
A DFsIDEtATUM.-Our efficient town
>uncil would gratify many citizens of t
e town by passing an ordinance pro- c
biting the firing of pistols and guns in b
te incorporate limits. The reckless 6
ooting by boys and other inconsider- t
es is not only a nuisance but a dan. t]
r. As the innocent robin is putting
an appearance there will be no end f<
gun discharges and flying shot, which t]
rough carelessness frequently hit
arks not intended. We respectfully p
iggest then that the Council consider
e matter, and, if the request be not out t4
reason, that they grant it. 1
THANKS.-To those of our friends
ho have been zealously engaged in a
ttmng up clubs for the HERALD we re
irn our sincere thanks. We hope they ;;
ill not relax in their efforts, but keep 1,
i adding to their lists till they swell ~
em into ponderous proportions. We ~
iow of some who are making the ef
rt and we will be glad to get a report l'
om them. Come in, friends-the o
rger the list of subscribers the better f,
e will be able to make the HERALD. e
S in gl e Subscriptions, $2.50; ten e
pies, $2.25 each; twenty copies, and a
e to gettr-up of club, $2.00 each,
variably in advance-.
OUT OF JOINT.--The Commissioners
Roads, in keeping with these de-0
nerate times, are sadly negligent of
ir duties in this particular, if no
ore, viz: the public roads. The mud
les even in a stones throw of the
wn are fearful, and something even
> ought to be done to stop-.the ~
eeches. The negligence exhibited in
is is highly culpable. A little outlay .
money, together with a little work
the right time, and these frightful h
aps could have been avoided. The
res are indeed out of joint, when the
ople are taxed to death without the
iadow of a benefit.
WAR TO THE KNIFE.-The Charlotte
uthrn Home says "that the women of
bio and Indiana are waging war up
i the liquor shops. They gather be- s
re the doors of these dens and lay I
>d of every thirsty man, who is slip- t
ng in to get a drink, sing to him, P
each to him and pray over him.- i
enerall?, the bar-keepers close their ~
ors when they .see the irrepressible 0
males, but if the doors are still open V
entice the thirsty men, the irrepressi- ~
es pitch a tent on the pavement and i
y till the bar-keeper gives up."t
The force of example is powerful, and h
may just be possible that the ladies t~
donging to the orders of the Sons and r
e Good Templars, may take it into ~
eir heads to pitch tents in this place. ti
e trust they will wait for fine wea- 0
XHO STRUCK BrI.z.x PATTERSON ?
number of young bloods wvent to' a
irty a few nights since and each one
lanted a fair miss. They tripped
i the light fantastic for an hour or so,
id all went well, till some fellow in
e exuberance of youth andl spirit
ruc Billy Patterson. In a trice a
nber of gentlemen went for the of- y
der, and each thinking his neighbor ~
d struck Billy, hit out right and left. a
Le scene is described as animated in tI
e extreme. Those of the young men
ho had no taste for the fray took the T
frigted damsels under the shadow of S
eir wings and hastened away, and
hen the belligerents hwasted their F
rength and had cooke down, they
und to their nmortification that,the ii
iarm of the evening wa broken, for
e girls had fled. We don't know a
hiether Billy Patterson was in fault or
:t, but the young men certainly were. 0
INFOMATO.-We desire to inform
e people of Newberry County that wea
ways keep on hand a large and comn
lee stock of China, Crockery and a
lassware of all qualities and varieties,E
seful or ornamental. We are con- 1:
antly receiving new accessions to our P
sortments and can supply almost any b
ant of articles in our line. Our store
under the Columbia Hotel. Prompt
tention is g'iven to orders of merchants
ad of others who are not dealers.~b
KINGSLA:~ & HET, Columbia,
PERSONAL-Judge Montgomery Mo
;es left Newberry on Monday morning
ast for Laurens, for the purpose of hold
The Rev. Sidi H. Browne, editor of
he Christia?z Neighbor, and travelling
n the interest of the Columbia Female
,ollege, was in town on Monday morn
ng. le left on the down train with a
tmiber of young ladies bound for Col
Mr. John L. Smith for twenty years
a engineer on the Greenville and Co
nmbia Rail Road, retired from that re
ponsible position recently.
Mr. ,. S. Land, for some years an
Attache in various positions on the G.
& C. R. R., has recently been appointed
essenger conductor. He is a polite
.nd efficient 'officer, and is entitled to
Sheriir Carrington is enjoying the
leastires of a visit to the City by the
ka, while Mr. Claremont Moses, his
flicient elerk, is in Sumter.
llonest' 'John Brittain sojourned in
ewherrv a few days of last week.
Senator Corwin was in town on Satur
av and Monday last.
Dr. S. F. Pant has secured the ser
ices of Dr. R. K. King. an accomplish-1
d druggist and chemist, who arrived
ere on Friday last. Dr. King is an
lishmian by birth, and has been a
Leident of the United States for about
ine months. He has received a thor
ugh and practical education in his
LROUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Spring is trying hard to get the up
er-hand of winter.
The struggle is desperate. and it is
question of time.
The Town Council are on the right 1
-ack again in the way of street im
A son of the Emerald Isle and a ne
ro engaged last Saturday afternoon in
warm pugilistic combat, but the po
ce interfered before either could claim
e victory. Patrick, though "in spir
s," stood square and knocked hard.
Another John received a Valentine
n the morning of the 14th, in the shape
f a girl baby. a real girl baby. The
ohns are in luck.
Last Saturday an agent exhibited on
e public square a naplitha burning
ntrivance which gave a beautiful and
rilliant light. It is for streets, hotels,
:c., and the cost is about five cents for
v-elve honrs, which is much cheaper
Our friend Zed is making preparation
)r lofty sign. He is always "up" in
je ways of business.
Newberry wants more men with
luck enough to build houses.
In one of the many bar-rooms of the
>wn a knock down argument took
lace on Saturday night; it was a parti
Mr. J. 0. Meredith of Helena, caught
colored gent in his chicken house on
aturday night. He had taken several
>Is to his bosom in the fond hope of
>ging them in his stomach. Instead
f which lie was lodged in jail by Mr.
It is run.ored that a challenge has
en passed between some of the youthi
f Helena and of the town of Newberry,
r a pitched battle. We trust, how
ter, that no such disgraceful affair will
ver be allowed. Nip it in the bud, ye
The roads in this neighborhood arc
ecoming fearfully bad. A few pine
oles here and there would help the
Sixty -two immigrants will arrive
cr during this week.
R. E. Williams, colored, has been
ppointed County Auditor, vice J. WT.
[ay ward, removed.
The young p)eople of both sexes were
ept in lively spirits and happy on Satur
ay lhst, by the receiving and seniding of
Visit Wiseman's gallery-look over
s new pictures and then sit for one.-I
o better investment offered.
Unless it be in a subscription to the
MILITARY GOVERNMENT FOR
Such an idea has been suggested by
me Tfax-payers in Columbia as the )l
est resort to free the State from high
xation, but how to free yourself from
aying high rates for cigars that arc
ally very mean, is the subject that t
ivolves the special interest of every
nie who buys either as a dealer or pri
ate smoker. This problem has been
lved by the "Indian Girl," who know
ig that the goods sold by her will stand
te test, (more cigars being retailed at
er wigwam than in any other store in
e State.) proposes to fill orders at
ites that cannot be beat. Many have
-ed and are pleased, and we feel au
iorized to say that all who send an
rder to Messrs. Perry & Slawson, "In- I
ian Girl Cigar Store," Columbia, S. C.,
'ill be equally well pleased. At any
tte we would advise every one who(
dulges in this luxury to send to them
> a Price List or Samples. 3-tf.
HIS PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
THE 1ST OF JANUARY,
o the large Hall over Messrs. J1. E.
ebb & Co.'s Store, where he will have t
lenty of good room, and more light,
ad hopes to do satisfacetory work at
e right prices.
Come all ye that love nice things, to
iseman's Gallery, over Webb & Co.'s
Bar?dARDs' MUsIcAL Wt 0 X L D.-Ther
ebruary number of this favorite Musical I
onthf is received. and contains a choicee
etion of beautiful new music and interest-.
ig musical reading. One Dollar sent to S.
raiard's Sons, Cleveland, 0.. will secure
e Musical Wtorld a year, while the music c
one in each number is worth that amount.
re advise all our musical readers to send for1
.Specimen copies are sent free to any
a writing for them.t
Fats worth knowing! One of the best in
catiois of the South, and prosperity of Ic
harleston, is to be found at the Establish-.
Lent of Messrs. I. H. H ALL & Co., located.
Nos. 2, 4, 6. 8 Market St., 223 & 2-2 East
ay. The rapidly increasing busine-s las'.
ar of this finm, has induced them to en-d
rge their Establishment. which now sup-t
lies every conceivable article that can be re,
aired in the building of a house, from aa
luster to any size timber. Our friends in I
te City, and throughout the State who con
mplae building a house can be supplied I
ith all the materials necessary for its con
ruction, at prices and quality of work which a
ll save ainarge. percentage in the cost of a
uilding. They are Agents for asbestos'
ooing Felt, endorsed by some of the best
en ttecuty ed o rc it n
relrms Jecunr. n. prcelit and
FoR TRE Hh"L,.
MoUNT PLEASANT, S. C..
February 11, 1874.
Eioi: HERALD.-One of the mu
complete transformations I have recen
ly observed, is that presented on ti
arm of Dr. J. Toonier, now under tl
superintendence of Mr. Edwari S. Ba
ratto. The lands lie on the North side <
3chem Creek, opposite "Greeuwic
Mills," in sight of this village, and con
prise 400 acres, of which 300 are ope
Mr. B., who is a native of the Vin<
vard Isle of Madeira, has displave
=uch s1kill and judgment in his a
cangements. Eight acres are now ve:
lant in long lines of Marrowfat Pea
en acres will be occupied in Cucun
aers, one of the most remunerati
-rops cultivated by the Truck Farmen
Wye acres will soon receive the seed fc
he Snap Bean crop; fifteen acres wi
ake up the contents of the Hot an
old Beds, as soon as they' are suff
:ientiv advanced, and us e som(
1ing like 30,000 plants. The beaut
'0l Guinea Squash, with its purple an
vhite, fig-shaped fruit, will be appoi
.ioned two acres-reaching altogethe
he aggregate of forty acres, which wi
c assigned to early vegetables for shij
nent to Northern markets. Two hm:
Ired sashes, 6x4 feet. cover the Hot an
,old Beds, from which the more del
atc plants are transferred when th
eason is advanced enough to risk thei
n the open air. le has reclaime
wenty-five acres of good land, of laIt
L bog, by a system of draining; th
litches amounting to 320 rods, six fe
leep and five feet wide, and the wor
,ill have the additional benefit of pr(
Weing salutary effects not only upo
he health of the location, but ver
robably, on a more extended seale, i
Passing down King St., a few day
Lgo, I observed the sign of the "Bi
3ible" of our old friend, Samuel Fogai
ie, at No. 281 in that street, to whie
ie has recently removed from his ul
ocation in "the Bend." He has r<
iewed his stock in every departmen
td now ofrcs alarge line in Theolog
:al, Miscellaneous, Sunday Schoo
Xchool books, Stationery and Fancy a
:ieles. In the department of Scno<
>ooks and Stationery it may be said a
nost to be a specialty, and I have ofte
een amused at the crowd of juvenilei
>oth white and colored, whom I hax
een enquiring for slate and lead pej
ils and copy books, in my occasioni
alls at the store, together with the moi
unbitious darkey who desires to del
nto the mysteriesof a"National Spellin
Book" or "New York PrimeT," or wl,
nay wish to ornament a copy book wit
nost remarkable looking "pot hooks at
langers," as difficult to be deciphere
is the hieroglyphies of the Egyptia
?ramids. Tihe whole length of ti:
tore is 110 feet, by a width of 21 fee
tnd on the second floor with three wir
lows on the street, is a large room, tlI
ise of which he has kindly given to tl
rostestant Episcopal Society for thei
ibrary, and which he is now havin
ut in order and painted before th
>ooks ame set up. In the rear of thi
-oom is the extensive Photograph Ga
ery of Mr. G. S. Cook, the well--know
rtist, whose life-like pictures are to I
ond on the centre tables of so man
On the third floor that excellent it
titution, "The Young Men's Christia
issociation," has rooms where th
neetings are held. These upper floo:
Le reached by broad staircases leadin
rom the street. Mr. F. is well know
hroughout the State for his courtes
md attention to all visitors, and d
erves every success. KAPPA.
The following is an experience of r
narkable endurance. We can st:nd
little, but it makes us grin:
I S-rAND rr LIKE A LAM.-When
vas a little baby, gals would never "1<
ne be," for every one would snatch m
p and place me on her knee; thens
~is and( squeeze, and hng me, I'm sur
dad" and "maum" must have wondere
survived it-but I stood it like
amh! And again, while in boyhool
hey'd tempt me from my home, throng
>leasure g'rounds, o'er fairy spots t
oam; then with hucious friuts an
weetmeats my small tummy the
old cram, and half-stifle me wit
~isss-but I stood it like a lamb)! Whie
lder, still, they'd lure me thro' dingl<
lale, or dell, to gather nuts, or flower
ern-andl they seemed to love it well
(et startedl off at trifles, with a shrie
hat seemed no sham, they'd fling thei
irms around me-but I stood .it like
amab! At last one charming creatur<
who could my soul entrance) by wondt
ous archness, and tender, meltin
~lance, seemed to say. "You know yo
ove me. why not take me as I am?
md I felt obliged to do it-but I stoo
t like a lamb! Thus thro' childhoot
outh, and manhood, ay ! each momerz
>f my life, my heart has felt the witclh
ng power of girl, or maid, or wife ; an
he spell will leave me never, for
ike a potent dram, woman's charm
ubdue me ever-but "I stood it like
HAVE TOU A COUGR, Cold, Pain in th
3hest, or Bronchitis ? In fact, have you t
remonitory symptoms of the "insatiate am
her." consumption? If so, know that rc
ief is within your reach in the shape of Di
15TAR's BALsAM OF WILD CHERRYr, whic
a many cases where hope had fled, ha
natched the victim from the yawning graY(
It is Not Generally Known
That the shortest possible route betwee
he South and Great West is through SI
ouis, over the St. Louis, Kansas City an
orthern Short Line. This road has gaine
urprising importance by reason of immens
xpenditures in the last two years, of ove
wo million dollars, besides earnings, in in
rovements of road-way, in relaying thei
ine with best quality of new steel and iro
ails, on broad new ties, and substitutin
or ordinary cars, new reclining chair coacli
s, clec,ntly carpeted and fitted, with dress
og rooms with toilet conveniences for la
.es, gentlemen and families traveling wit:
hildren, without any extra charge. Thi
ine runs six fastiExpress trains between thi
lississippi and Missouri Rivers, two mor
han any other road, and connects with al
he great Land Grant Roads in tile Wesl
d has adopted all modern appliances fo
omfort, speed and safeguards against acce
ents,incuding night and day watchmen,wha
aspect the road before and after the passag
f each train to see that everything is in or
er. We recommend those contemplating
rip West to take ihe St. Louis, Kansas Cit:
d Northern Short Line, it being the. onl:
ne running through cars 'between St Loni
d Omaha, and for tickets offhis excel
at line we refer our readers -s " any ticke
gent selhing through tickets ,a) West. Fo
lap, circulars and Tim .~ Ss addres
ither J. F. McCrb e~ sc to.; or
I. Groat, St. LoW"' onl f01 whon
~iil (tarnish any a' .mou ,'ed. 4-I
at th Uilrried,
At the residence of the bride's father, on -
Thursday evening, 12th inst., by the Rev. T. I C
C. Ligou, Mr. ALBERT C. SLIGH and Miss pri
it M. ANELVA BoOzER, all of Newberry.
t- "May joy's bright rays rec
Gild all the days," Sam
of the young and happy couple.
e Progressive Age copy.
h NEwBErnY. February 17.-Ma-rket active,
with good demand, and closing for strict, at Jin
- 14 cents...
n Number of bales shipped during week, 92. Dr
NEw YoRx, February 16.-Cotton quiet;
sales 2,662 bales-uplands 16.1; Orleans 16J 1
- LivrI.POOL, February 16.-Cotton tirmer,
but not quotably higher.
C11ARLESTON, Febi uary 16.-Cotton firm
r- middling 15ja15i; low middlin:- 15i15i.
AUGUsTA, February l.-Cotton demand
The ability of the human body to resist the
causes of dise:se depends upon its vigor gnd
upon the regularity with which the several
organs perform their functions. In the win
ter the most prolitic sources of sickness are
damp and cold, and it is therefore wise and
prudent to fortily the system against them sil,
by wholesome stimulations. Hence it is
that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters prove such
an admirable safeguard against the com
plaints most common at this season. The
ingredients of this powerful- vegetable invig
oraut comprise three essential muedicinal ele
ments which act siultaneously upon the di- uo
gestion, the circulation, the secretions, and
the nerve, infusing strength and regularity
into all. In this way the Bitters put the
hody in the best possible condition to escape
d an attack of rheumatism, or intermittent fe
ver, or indigestion, or bilio-sness, or pul
monary disease. Cold and damp are very
e depressing, almost as much so as excessive
heat, and a protective medicine is quite ag
needful in winter as in summier. The com- La
d mnercial stimulants so unwisely taken in the .
forms of drans to "keep out the cold," have
a precisely opposite effect to that produced
e by Ifostetter's Bitters. Their first result is
t succeeded by a reaction which devitalizes
and prostrates the system while ou the other
k hand, the tonic and vitalizing operation of
.. the great vegetable invigorant is not only -
immediate, but permanent. There is no ing
a revulsion, no reverse nervous action. Tie
y physique is strengthened, the appetite in
creased. the bowels regulated, the stomach -
n reinforced, and these conditions continue. If
dyspepsia or rheumatism, or billiousness, or Se:
intermittent fever, or general debility, or eri
nervous weakness, is pre<ent in the system, -
expel i, with this pure and harmless autidote,
s wbich is not on ly iuvaluable as a preventive
p of sickness, but also a remedy for a large
class of disorders. Feb. 4, 5-1m.
MALE ACADEMY. V
I'b e undersigned wishes to inform his
r- former p:trons und the pub!He generally,
A 'tl.,t lie expects to open a MALE SCHOOL Al
at Greenwood, Abbeville County, on the 1st the
- MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT. . 4
n Students prepared for any College they J
in.tv wish to enster. jto
Rtates of tuition moderate. Board can be
had for $121 per month, exclusive of wash
For further particulars address, L
ti ~ THOMAS DLCKETT. '
e Dec. 10, 49-6m.
Before Deeiding Where
1Educate our Daughters "
n Inquire Into the Merits _
IC OF 'TlfE
r For a Catalogne. addlress
e.REV. SA MUE L L ANDE R, A. M.,
Dec. 3, 45-tf. Williamiston, S. C.
e .- -- --- - -_ _ .-_ we_
&. P. PIPER, A. X., :P rincipal- Cot
LMiss FANNIE LEAVELL, :: Assistant. -
n Prof. F. WERBER, : : Musical Dep't. |i
, The NEXT SESSION of this SCHOOL -
will be"it: on 18th SEPTEMBER, 1b73.
As far as theC practical duties of life are ant
Yconicerned as thorough an education cant be -
obtainied at this School as at any Female
Seniinary in thme State..
Tuitiont from $1l2.50) to $22.50 per Session.
Paid in advance or satisfactorily secured.
t Boarding can be obtainied at a nuoderate
F or particulars, inquire of S. P. BOOZE R,
Sec. R'd., or of
Aug A. P. PIFER, Principal. se
G AD!RES& e
d EVERY VARIETY, -
~Red and White Onion Sets and -
Onion Buttons. gar
For sale at .
a Dr. W. F. PRAT T'S
DRUC STORE. spe
Jan. 7, 1-tf. ..
The undersignted hereby gives nioticeW
d that he will apply to the Hot. J. C. Leahy, r4
Jud"e of Probate for Newberry County, on
t the 0Oth day of March next, for his final -
discharge as Adiniastrator of the Estate of
d Samuel S. Seig, deceased.
, RIGHARD G. CARLTSLFE
S Admn'r. of the Estate of Samuel S. Seig,dec'd.U
a Feb. 41, 5-5t. E
e Notice is hereby given that on the 10th e
e day of March, 1874, I will make a fmald set- Wit
tlemetton the Esta;e of Adam Epting, de- -
ceased, at the office of the Probate Court,__
Newhaerry C. H., S. C., anid apply to the
SJudge of Probate for a fintal discharge asw
A dtministrattor. JACOB EPTING. and
Feb. 11, 6-4 t.""
e _ 4iscellaneous.
D_ _ - .&c.
TO $20 PER DAY easily made by any _
r .irls all overi the country to sell ourFzusel~mrvns hoisCao
Draw.~ings, Iliuinationis, P'hotographs. etc.,
r etc. We now publish the finest assortmfent
aever placed before the public,.and our prices
are marked down so low as to de fy all coin.
gpetition. No one subscribes for a premmmnn.
-giving paper after seeing our pictures andi
learning our prices. We have tmany old
agents at work for us who have made can
vassing tor books, papers. etc., their busi
ness fotr years, and they all report that they
cani mamke nmuch more mnoney at woirk for its W
s than ati anythinig else. Our prices are so U
low that tall can afford to purchase. andI
e therefore the pictures sell at sight at almost
e every house. New beginners do0 as well as
agents who have bad large experience, for
our beautiful subjects and low prices are
appreciated by all, To make large sates *
everyvwhere alL an aentlhas to do is to show
r the piceture from house to house. Don't look
for work elsewhere until you have seen -
what great induicemfents we offer you to
Smake motney. We have notspace to explain
e alluhere. bbt send us your a rs and we
,will send 'full particulars free, by wail-- Co:
~Don't dielay, if von want profitable work for
s, our leisure hours, or fot your whole time.
\ow Is the favorable time to enrgage in this
business. Our pictures are tbe finest and
r most pleasing in this country, and are en
dorsed by all the leading papers. including
t he New Yor]; Herald. Those who .cannot
Sgive the business ther entire attentionl can
work up their own localities and make a
handsome sum without ever being away
r from houme over night. Let all who want
pleastant. :profittable emaploynment. without , ,
risking capital, sendl us their addresses at
.once and learn all about the businests for
thetuselves. Addlress GEORtGE .'TilN.SON &k
Ja. Ar Publshr. PotadMie
OC.. Art Pubti..luers. Portland Maine.
wberry Business Directory.
Ards of Reference in'serted under appro
ate headings in this column. Profession
.Nen, Merchants, Mechanics and Trades
ierally. should have a place in this Di
tory. Terms moderate.
Dry Goods, Shoes, &c. to
CF LLL & POOL.-Wholes:le and retail pi
deali-r. in foreign and doiestic Dry
ods. Embroileries, N.\tions, &c. 43
HICK. P. W. & R. S.-Dealers in Drv
Goods. enracing everything in that
e. Phmtation supplies. 43
r Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Hats, Shoes,
Cotton Buyers, &c.
Goods. Groceries, Clothing, Boots,Shoes.
ts. General stock of all ihnds of wer
OOT, 3r.-Dealer in Gcneral.Merchan- 1 S
dize. Dry Goods. Fancy Goots, Uro
-ics, Boots and Shoes. 43
ASH. .1. D.-Dry Goods, Notions, Cloth
ing. Boots, Shoes. 11ats. and mnerchan
.e generally. 43-6m.
OOK, T11OS.-Dry Goods, Notions, Cloth
ing. Shoes, Hats, and general assort
nit of Groceries. .- 4
7 ILSON. j. M. a <O.--valers i Dry
Goods. Groceer.s. Clothina. lonts,
ieM, Hats. Crockery. and general mer
AI,ION. T. F.-Wholesale and Retail g
dealer in General Merehaudize-Dry
ods, Groceries, Crockery, Plantation Sup
IATH AN. A. A.-Dry Good,. Cloliug,
Crockery, Boots and Shoes, and Fancy
ods. Goods of all kinds. 43
Books and Stationery.
HAPMAN, JOHN 4.-Books and station
ery. A specialty made in :chool
oks.. - 43
Stoves and Tin Ware.
1IiGHT, W. T.-Deater in Cooking and
lleating Stoves. all styles and prices.
rge assortment of Tin Ware. 43
EAV.ELL. ii. Y.-Keeps on hand a splen
did assortment of all kinds of Furniture.
tures Framned. Mattrasses made. 43
ARRIS, W. H.-Cabinet Wareroom. Fur
niture miade and repaired. Carpenter
done with despatch. 43
IARHAWLL. L. R.-Meals served at all C
hours. Fresh Fish and Oysters in
son. Dealer in Groceries, Confection
ms, &c. A
ISE3MAN, W. .-Resident Artist. All
,styles of Pictures.taken. Old Pictures
ded and renewed. . 43
AlIt. POPE t- POPE.-Attorneys-Prac
tice in all the Courts of this atate and
he United States Court. 43
OOHMAN & SCHUMPERT.-Attorneys
at Law. Practice in all the Courts of
State, and in the United States Court. 43 as
IEGER, C. G.-Attorney atLaw and Reg
ister in Bankruptcy for 3d Congression.
)istrict. Practices in all the Courts of
State. 43 o
)NES. IRA B.-Attorney at Law. Office
on Main Street, over Mrs. D. Mower's
EAVELL, J. R.-Monuments niaule to or
der, and all kinds of marble and granite
rk neatly exectted. 43
PEERS, L. 31.-Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Marble. Monuments made
>rer in bett styles. 43
EMPERANCE HALL.-Will be rented to
public entertainments on Monday. Wed
day. Friday and Saturday nights of each
TEIB, JONES & PARKER.-Maniufactu
'rers of llarness and Saddlery of all
ds. Steam Tannery and Grist Mill. 43
HAPMAN, -JOHN A.-Manufacture.r of
Cotton Gins, of approved style, and
rranted. .43 .
HASE, WM!. C. & CO.-Auction and -Com-.
mission Merchant. Siles twice a
CCAUGHRIN, A. J. A CO.--Commnission
IMerchants and dealers in Fertilizers.
:nats for Gowser, Cox and Markley's Bug
t, Wagons, &c. 43
iLINAs, F. E.-Dealer in Groceries anti
Plantation Supplies. Cash advanced on
AYE3 & MARTIN.-Dealers in Groce..
Iries, Plantation Supplies, Hardware,
Cotton Buyers. 4
EAVELL & SPEARMAN.-Groers and
Provision Dealers, Plantation Supplies
,buyers of Cotton. 43
FIASE, W M. C.-Grocery and Provision
Merchants, Mlollohon-Edw. 43C
Groceries, Canned Goods, &e.
IICKER, A. M.-Dealer in Groceries, Can
ned Goods, Perfumery, and Toys of all
)ELACE, A. D.-Groceries, Canned T
Goods. Confectioneries, Tobacco and W.
)WERS, A. M. & CO.--Grocery and Pro.
vision Dealers, Plantation Supplies,
acco, &c. -4
ILSON, J. C.-Dealer in Groceries of all
kiiids, Cannedl Goods, Bagging, Ties,
acco andl( Segars. 43
ETIB, J. E. & Co.-Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries, Plantation Goods,.
nlos, &c. '43
Confectioneries, Segars, Fruits.
'ECK. J. F.-French and American Con.
fectionery, Fruits, Nuts, Tobacco and
irs of best kinds. 4.3
ICKER. A. M.-Candy and Conteetions
of all kinds. Fruits in season, Nuts, Se- wg
5 and Tobacco. 43
.Tewelry and Watch Makers.
'ECK, JOIIN F.-Dealer in sine Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware,
etacles, Eye Glasses, Fancy Goods.&Ac. 43
RIGH T & COPPOCK-Dealers in Cloth
ing, and gentlemen's outfitting gene.
7, Shoes. Hats, Trunks, Valises,&c. 43 -
OWER. MRS. D.-Millinery Goods of all
kinds. Bonnets made in latest style.
>dealer in general merchandize. 43 Bc
ENTER. MRS. M.--Dress Making after la
test patterns. Orders solicited. 43
LNT, DR. S. F.-Drngglst. Wholesale
and Retail Dealer in Drugs, Medicines,
micals, ?Pnrt Medicinal Liquors and
eS. 43 de
Gun and Lock Smith. *I
PHITE, Z. L.-Re(pairec andI Maker of
Guns, Pistols, Locks, &c. Shelf Goods
Groceries. 43 -.
SWines, Liquors, Segars, &e.
.ONARD. J. B.& C O.-Whiolesale and Re- N
tail Dealers in Tobacco, Segar , Pipes.
Win es and Liquors of pure qualities. 43
yj Goods Ae1.IUliner&
.11inery Goods, K
lk and Straw Goods, 0O
Parasols, and dis*
Now open at
rs. D. MOWER'S, Or
UNDER6 HEAL-OFIE- ap
n,. 1A 15.....-e4' .I
larriages, Wagon, Are.
uilding aod Ropif factofi.
I'he subi-eriber lake., th-is inethlo4 O in
S aSIh ilo ~ p fit 1'rt)!.perity' and ib
eparvii to make and repair
UGGIES AND WAGONS9
I kinds of 0
HOT CUs'S AND RIFLES, e
Door Locks and Pad Locks,
Of all kinds neatly repaired. 9
NEW SEATS IN ALL KIND OF CHAIRS,
Made to Oruder,
Dotton Screws Made Complete.
d Copper, Lead and Brass Houzht.
ERMS STRICTLY CASH.
I respect:nlly -olicit a i re of patromnage.
J. B. LasSALLE,
1%w -peritY, -. C.- on lic of G. & C. 1.. It.
EBB, JXNES &PARKER
AND MAN'FTt'L.Rs OF
farness and Saddlery.
Buggies and Carriages,
.RRIAGE BOLTS of all .izes,
SHAFT COUPLINGS, &c.
The subscribers offer to the public a full
A1RNE AND SADDILERI
their own manufacture.
iddlery Hardware and Find
,eather Belting and
Rivets of all Kinds.
UMBR EL L AS. &c.,
DRESSING BLA CK ING.
UGGIES and CARRfAGES
n hand and made to order by pattern.
Children's Express WAGONS,
'ull prices paid for HIDES at Store or i
H. WEBB. I L. J. JON.Es. I W. C. FAREE.
uor. 5, 44---f. s
OF ALL STYLES AND GRADES,
ilnut, Chestnut and Painted Chamn- s
3ED ST EADS,
Of all sty les and grades,
CHAIRS, to snit all,
ok-Cases and Writing Desks,
Spring Beds and Mattrasses,
indow Shades and Fixtures,
Wall Paper and Border,
PICTURE FRA MES made to or
n'trance bet ween Leavell & SpearmanA
I A. M. Bowers & Co.'s Stores.
)ct. 15, 41--tf.
SCABNT HO K8BO80
tespectfully iniforms their friends and the
lic generally,that they have on hand and
BEDSTEADS, CHAiRS, I
id all Kinds of Furniture,
I will repair as well as make the same -
hie be.st mnner with expedition, and at
tIy, ad any kind of work in their line
euted in a highly satisfactory manner.
door North of L. R. Marshall's Rcs.
mt. Oct. 1, 39-tf.
will make a settiement on the Estate of
tha P. Reid, my former. Ward, in the F
rt of Probate for Newberry County, on
tenth day of March, and ask for final
barge as G,uardi.n thereof.
J. B. FELLERS, Guardian.
ebruary 2. 1874-5-5t.~
ho Wants an Organ?
ny one in need of one of Needham& Sons T(
aus, will find it to their advantage to wi
ly to the H ER ALD OFFICE
an. 21, 3-tf.
Mry foods, Groceries, Vr.
i not annwx,di. nuither 1. it prolabicle there
,ill be a war. an ihe subscriber thinks Ih:
nder the eirctun-tances, the neit leSt ;tp
TO BE TAKEN
to visft the Four Mile lTouse, where ean
e tolill( nl- SpIlL.-I(l~ id stoek ofta'.
f all ],Intds azt I walitivs, in DI):y GO
ROCERIES. WINES. LIQUOR. and N(
romA i i ll,ad, tlhat nlot iinl will the
n,os sol give eIt isaie o , a):t the lrioes
i.. as they were Ibought while large -h-al
r'- were agit1 ,te d tbolit the
inddle. I assure my friend t hat theV can
et anything they wi.,h frow lle, and that
ven the amCLlan can e made
READY FOR SEA!
n he has the caih. Co nand see
JOHN P. KINARD,
FOUR MILE HOUSE.
1EAV1 G ROC ER IE S'
AD MA\Y OTHER
RIAV[S & M1ARTIN'"S.
Heads of families and the public general
v. are informed that our stock of FAMILY
ROCEl:ES is full and complete, and
mong which will be found
'RESERVED PINE APPLE,
PICKLED TONGUE, in bottles,
LOBSTERS. in bottles,
DESSICATED COCOA NUT,
XASINS, X, X and whole boxes,
CAN NED FISH and OYSTERS,
Now is the Omne to lay in supplie.
VTAYES & MARTIN.
De -. 3, 4-tf.
ew & Superior Stock
FALL AND WINTER.
OIEL1(E & NVIEELER
Have now in Store and are still receiving, a
rge and elegant Stoc-k of Goods in all ol
:>mprising every article which can be call
d for. Together wtih a fine assortnment of
entlemen's and iouths'
CL OT HIN G-,
either for dress or business purposes,
BOOTS and SHOES,
wmarrainted rmak.e, both fine and heavy.
ymne beautiful SHOE-S and GAITERS for
Besides the above our Stock of
iroceries and Family
of the comnpletest kind, fresh, choice and
We simply solicit an examination, feeling
tisfied of oure ability to please either in
riety, quality or in price.
OVELACE & WH EELER.
Sep. 24, 38-tf.
J. C. WILSON,
Of all kinds, such as
agars, Coffee. Ric-e.
Bacon, Choice IIams.
Flour. Lard. 3fo!asses,
- Mackerel, Corn.
RESH MEAL AND GRIST.
ickles. Canned Fruit.
heetings and Yarns,
BA8Q/N? AND TIES,
id all other articles to be found in a G RO-.
CERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP.
Oct. 15, 41-1y
)O YOU WANT
~xcellent in Quality?
IF SO, GO TO
[RS. D. MOWER,
here e.a be fond Flour, Bacon, Mo!as
,Sugar, Coffee, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
~t the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the HERALD
Sec is the place
or Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attention.
A pr. 23, 16-tf.
We arc just in receipt of 35 BOXES of.
BACCO of various grades and prices, at
olesale or retail.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
~ay 2$, 21-tf*
Dry Goods, C"roceries, Xr.
THOS. M. LAKE
Respecfully announces to the bu-ineis
public.that HE -HAS -PURCHASED TlIr:
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOOD&;OF MESS,.
JOUN E. WEBB & CO. 0--of wh;ch h.,
will SELL ON ROST
The Stock consists oa 'a7geieral assort
A rportion of the stock will be sold
At Cost for Cash!
To make room for other -oods.
I am happy to state that I h.tve been
able to seeure the services of 3 r. A. 4.
Maybill, of LIe .te firm of R. Yoorman &
Co., who will have entire control and man
agement of myv business, and I feel aszured
that the expejeriec oi this gentleman, add
ed to hiS rare bn;lness qu-alities, warrant
me iII saying that satisfaction will be givenl
in ever% respect. Ile will be as-sted by
Mr. J. I. Gail,ird, who was engaged in the
same firm, toge:her nith Mr. Gco. W.
Glenn an-d J. W.V M. Simmons.
A share of public patronage is solicited.
THOS. M. LAKE.
Feb. 4, 5-U.
REMO VA L
THOS, F, HARMON
Respectfully informs his customers antd
the public generally of Newberry, and sur
rounding country, that lie has removed to
Elegant and Commodious Store
lately occupied by R. 0. Shiver & Co.,
and that he has added Largely to his stock
in all the various lines of
Bagging, Ties, Grain,
Which He Offers Low for Cash!
Customers in want of goods, need only
ask for them to be at once tupplicd, by any
of the large corps of Salesmen who will be
attentive to every demand.
My stock is indip4ably
Large, Varied and Cheap.
Parties wanting Fertilizers ilil be sup
plied with the
on miost liberal terms.
All that I ask is that buyers visit my
store, to guarantee moe a corrtinuance of the
very generous patronage accor ded use in
tepat, anid for w hich I here take ocea
sion to return my thanks.
THOS. F. HARMON,
Next Door to Bank.
Jai. 7, t-tf.
IS RECEIVING HIS
FALL and WINTER
And his stock is large and varied, in the
DI688 arid Fall~y D8padml ut
As well as in
HEAVY WOOLENS, &c.
SHORT PROFITS FOR QUICK
SA LES AND SA TISFACTION
ro Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
LEII:ELL & SPERM1N,
.&c., &c., &c.
Also, Agents for thre miost popunlar Fer
ilizers, viz: The STONO, and WILCOX,
HP.l3$ & CO.'S GI7ANOS.
Oet. 15, 41-tf.
rhe State of South Carolina.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply
o the Probate Court for Newberry County,
mn the twenty-first day of February now
ext ensuing, for discharge as Executor of
he Will cf Jamres Sloan, Seior, deceased.
H. T. SLOAN,
Jan. 14, 2-t" Surviving Exeec'tor.
No more keepiag of Eook.: duri:;g the
ear 1874. Santa Claus s:aid it will not do.
til order! must be accon panied with the
is;h, or no go. A. M. WIORER.
Dnc <n, 5-m.