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spousibility is assumed for any other views
than our own.
The American Sardine Co.'s Bone
less Sardines, are much better, and
tess than half the cost of imported1
VLTKE NOTICI-.-All ln'Vtie v Ad
luinistrator's or Executof .-oices for
pUblication. wilI save tIeI *eves trouble
,y coming prepared to - for the sanme
berore.in.sertion. as our ts are cash.
Lawyers handing bi su& ties will be
held responsible for tr - ~ayment.
They will al-o be responsible for the
publication of all' -es in Bankrupt cases.
Transient adr' - meuts of any kind must
be paid for in. ,'-ce, if the parties adver
tising do n: de in town.
Job we subscriptions strictly cash.
shall be stopped hereafter as
e term of subscription expires, un
atisfactory arrangements are made to
continue the same.
TheX mark denotes expiration-after that
the paper is discontinued.
Bear these things in mind. 3-tf,
LnDBx TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
L. R Marshall-Fish.
Goo. S. Mower-Store to Rent.
G..& C. R. R -Change of Schedule.
Pope, Pope & Fair-Surnnon for Relief.
Abram Moore-Notice for Final Dischrge.
Wim. C. Chase & Co.-Notice of Dissolu
Mrs. M.. Wyseand Mrs. S. J. Whites
Silas Johnstone-Notice for Final Dis
Rev. Sam'l B. Jones-Columbia Female
Furchgott, Benedict & Co.-Dry Goods, &c.
Larousseliere r Schning-Cheroots and
Several communications received this
week, among which one from the Edi
tor and Proprietor, which -rived too
late for insertion. They will appear
LECTURE.-We are glad to announce
to our readers and. the public generally,
that Col. J. P. Thomas. lately of Col
armbia, and now of Charlotte, N. C..
will deliver a free lecture at the Town
Hall, this (Wednesday) evening, at 8
o'clock, on "South Carolina-Past and
Col. Thomas is so well known to this
community as an accomplished scholar,
- an eloquent orator and a zealous patriot,
thatwe deem it unnecessary to add, that
our people may expect a great treat in
this lecture. Probably no man in the
tate is so well qualified as Col. Thomas
to handle this extensive and interesting I
citizens generally-and the ladies es
pecially-are invited to attend.
sCIGARS.-We ask attention to the
aertisement of Messrs. Larousseliere
& Schning, General Commission Mer
chants, 114 East Bay, Charleston, S. C..
sole agents mn the State for Geo. F.
Slade's Boston hand made Cheroots and
THrE RU.-We understand the Cokes
bury Club of Base Ball players will
come down soon to play the rub game
,with our Newberry boys. We hope
athey will come. Our boys are anxious
to reciprocate the hospitality they en
joyed- in Cokesbm-y during their stay
there, and to win the chamipionship.
Hurry up, Cokesbury.
Madame Demorest's Reliable Pat
terns of all sorts can be obtained at
Mrs. D. Mower's. 13-tf.
*Col. Thomas Dodamead has contin
* ned the improvements on the Greenvi!!e
and Columbia Railroad, until, for the
~reater part of the wa.j' it is in first-rate
condition. New iron has been laid, the
eneroaching trees cut down for nearly
the whole distance, and the trestles and
roatdway repaih 2d.-PhrenirX.
THmE FrasT BALE.-The first bale of
tins year's crop) of cotton made its ap
pearance in town last Friday, the 28th
-uit. It was raisedi by Mr. William Y.
Fair and purchased by Mr. Thomas F.
atrmon. Grade, low middling, price
aid 15 1-2c.
Who will bring in the next bale?
thsOu AEf .---ldpapers for sale at
thi diGoiriokaesof 50 or 100, at
40 aui&Z5itn tf. 1
.7~BARBECUE T PROsPERrTY.
eueortef attended the barbecue at
P ity last Sattirday, and reports im
Jiigwie. Weathr bad,crowd large con
sidadn, dinner excellent and abundant,
.p 'etites terrible, fiin plentiful, spirits
'o' so exhilarated above the ordinary
l)it,n adies, fullness after dinner.
ood time ge.ierlhly.I
- We hop-the E.anager got his money
back and ioi-e too.
GRANGER'S BARnECUF.. -Last Fria I
Beth Eden and Mount Bethel Gran,es
had a barbectue on Mr. John S'pence's
place. A large number of people were
in attendance, considering the had state
of the weather. The dinner was well
prepared and more than abundant.
Able and interesting addresses were
made by Prof. Win. Hood, of Due West,
and M.aj. J. K. G. Nance. The day
was pleasantly and profitably spent.
Maindarin Teas, the best, purest and
cheapest, at Mrs. D. Mower's. Price.,
75c., $1.00 and $1.50 per lb. 13-tf
.Ned. Caldwell, of Calhoun's Mill,
--et gone to Newvberry for his health.
Some men w~ill rush into dlanger head
foierpost whenever there's 'a woman
it the bottom of-it."
. Abberiic~ Medium.
There is no danger in coming to
ewberry at all. It is agreed on all
hiands that Newberry was nev er maore
healthy than now. There is too much
fuss and feathers about the imagined
unhealtinfess of Newberry any howv.
THE SUPrILEIENT-Our readers, we
hmope,, will give attention to the supp)le
ment accompanying this week's issue.
~The "'Sinith Press" and the "Neblett &
'Goodrich Gin," advertised through it,
'lave abundant testimony in flavor of
.their vialue and utility, and of the sat:s
'jaction which they give wherever tried.
Orwell-known merchants, Messrs.
I'Taies & Martin, have the agency for
.berry County, and would be glad
....orsm.ame with these valua
All persons having old garments they
wi4h dyed or cleaned, will 'please hand
tIem in to the undersi,rned by the sh
inst. Also, those indebted to us by
n.>te- or acco)lut will please settle the 1
s tme bv the above date. Money we
must have at once.
35-1t. McFALl & P,OO1.
PoLrrcs.--The Republican County
Convention of New berry, was in session
all day Monday and part of Monia
night. We have not learned the names
Of the nominees. Several speeches
were mad(e Moday night from the
Court House step:4. June Mobley told.
what am de condishun of Union
POO.E & HUNT. MAC\INisTS, 1.\A
T.IonE.-The reputation of the above
firm as Founders and Machinists, have
become national within the Iast twen
tv-five years. We invite, for this firm.
the favorable consideration of those of
our readers who may be in need of any
thing in their line: their machinery.
wherever used, best speaking for itself
as regards quality, durabilitv and ea- 1
pacity for the work designed. Send
for their circulars before purchasing -
Sri. Rost.-Whilc the proprietor is
Nay seeking health and mnent:l reerea
ion among the mountains, the ex-As
soeite, who is rllining this machine.
mn-gests "under the rose" that now is a
ood time for the friends of the Him>I -1
and of himself, to bring on their presernts
of fruit, "bride's favors," &c. Being of an
obliging disposition he will appropri
ately dispose of them. A word to the
wise is sufficient.
P. S.-One fine, large, deliciously
sweet watermelon just received from
Mr. George Hipp. Thanks. His head
is level, a word being sufficient to such
a man. as aforesaid. Who next?
COI.XMIA FEMALE COL.EGE.-We
call attention to the advertisement of
the above institution, found elsewhere
in our columns. We can safely recom
meDd this College to all p:irents de
siring thorough and substantial train
ing for their daughters. The discipline
is kind and parental, and the instrue
tion thorough and able, while the in
luences brought to bear upon the pupils
are moral in their tendency. This in
stittion has heretofore received large
>atronage and will begin its Fall Ses
sion under even more favorable circum
tances than ever. The Fall Session
opens on the first Wednesday in Octo
PERSONAL.-WC were pleased last r
week to meet Mr. Julius D. Dreher, A. fi
M., of Roanoke College, Salem, Vir- n
ginia. Mr. D)reher has been for some 'l
time Assistant Professor in Ancient
anguages and Instructor in English k~
anguage and Literature in the above t
nstitution, but has now drop)pedl the a1
former branch and 'will devote himself v.
xlusively to the latter. Having made n
short visit to see his people at Poma- 1:
n he has returned to his duties. The lb
fall term of Roanoke opens to-day. c
Met, also, on the same day, Mr. D. I
. Hill, Business Manager of the Green- I
lle Daily Ncw.<:, in the interest of
hich most excellent paper he is tray- v
A WELL ESTAULISHED IIOUSE.-It ist
fact beyond dispute that Messr-s.s
Kingsland & Heath, of Columbia, by
their energy and close attention to busi
ness, have established for their house
n enviable reputation. Thecy spare nod
time nor labor in keeping up their l
stok, and being alway s on the watch I
fr anything new under the sun, always
ae such a var-iety as cannot fail to(
give the utmost satisfaction. If yon 1
want anything for bed-room, dinig t
room or kitehen in cr-oeker-y, glass,
china, iron, tin, wvoodl or willow ware,
o to the store under the Columbia iIo
FURcHG OTT, BENEDICT & Co., Charces
ton, S. C., offer to the public and dealers in
emeral, an immense and well selected stock
of Dar GooDs, CARPETs, OIL CLOTas,
AlTTING'4. &c., at thme Iowest price4- Ike-d
it thmey annex the prices of a few articles
-Caicos, from 0 to 10c., Long C:oths, fr.m
t3 to 15c., Brown Htomespuns, exrra heavy,
on 71 to 10c., Jeans, from 121.e upwards,
C.animeres, from 40c., upwards, Flannels,
from 20 to 50e., Ladies', Misses' and Gent's
Th. 7.5c., S-1.15; 92.00 per doz. and up wards,
Suspenders, 51 40 per doz. and upwards, La
dies and Gents' Pocket Handkerchiefs, from
0c. per dloz. and upwards, Black and Colord
Alpaca<, 20c. and upwards, Dress Goods
r.m 25e., upwards, Ladies' and G ants' Fur
ni-hing Goods, IIousekeeping Goods, Faucy
(oode, Ribb:yns, Naotions, &c., from 15 to 2.3
er cent. cheaper than elsewhere. Samples
sent and orders promptly filled. All!RET.IlL
>ders from 910.00 up wards, sen t per Ex~press -I
free of charie. A liberal discount to whole
sale dealers. 35-1mn.
UnmTIs.-Last Sunday mor-ning, Au
gust ;30th, &~bert L. Werber, the young
est son of Mr. F. anid Mrs. M. L. Wer
'v, aged five yeatrs, ii: months and
iort'n days, died of congestion, n.fter
. re s~li of sickness. Little Rlobbie
.a th -o of the household, an un
.-4dId, obedient, dutiful
sulIly britcht m.
T'his is the first time
that death has entered
. h'e the grief
h how poignant must.
hen the first one that is tak~i h
earest of all. But why mou.
Robbie? He has but been transport'
little before the rest, to that home not
ade with hands, where neither sick
ness nor death can enter. He has but
been carried.in the innocence and purity
f childhood, to the bosom of that Sa
riour who while he was on eath loved
.d blessed little children and said,. r
-Suer little children to come unto me,
nd forbid them not, for of such is the
ingdom of Heaven."
We are also grieved to record the
tlath of Susie, the (laughter of Mrs. S.
Montgomery, aged five years and eight
days. She died Saturday, the 29th of'
Atgust, of diptheria. All was done in
human power to save the little sufferer,
but a greater than human had ordained
otherwise, and little Sue has been car
ned from a bed of pain to that abode
where there is no pain, but everlasting
aappiness. Her funeral was preached
in the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon
yy Rev. F. W. Eason, after which sIhe
was buried in Rosemont Cem*etery.
W sympathize with the afflicted
mtene and famnily.
COTToN STATEMENT.-We give be
low a statement of the number of hales
>f cotton shipped from Newberry De
pt, from the 1st of Septenieer, 1.7:3, to
:ie It. of September, 1874. We think
t a handsome showing from our active
%etenber, - - 700
ketober, - 1,970
K'ovember, - - - - 4,759
Jeeemiber, - - - - 529
January, - - - - 4,123t
ebruary, - - - - 2,994
arch, - 4- - - 2,136
'pril,- - --- 1.287
61ay, - - - - - 1,2101
riune, - - 92
tngiUst, - - "
Total, - - - - 26.,20
O'OUT TIrE TowN AN P CoUNTY.
We have plenty of weather now.
Cotton is beginning to open.
But the times are as tight as ever.
Watermelons are small, scarce and
igh now, and it is advisable to let
Several of our merchants have gone
fOrth to lav in the fall stock.
There is great diversity of opinion as
> the fall trade pros)ects. Soe ier
bants are hopeful, but others are de
Politics is a prolific sonree of conver
ition among the colored people now.
Try Mr. Martin IIarris' Buck-eve Bee
Widening the side-walk along the
rilliais place is a great improvement.
The practice of throwing dead eats
d chickens into the streets ought to
e stopped. It is very offensive. Bury
ieni deep or carry them off.
A mian wanted to sell eider to a Past
Cortby Chief Templar the other day.
'he temperance man couldn't see it.
Summer has gone, but its bed hasn't
ot cold vet.
The Newberry )ase-ballists are loud
i their praises of the Cokesbury people,
qpecially the female portion.
We understand that Mrs. Shodair in
-nds selling out and returning to the
Ratley keeps a neat harber shop and
mves well. Shop below Messrs. Milam
: Boozer's restaurant,
The best way to pay debts is to pay
full at the time :greed upon.
The absence of the proprietor ae
,unts for the scarcity of items in this
Alunin. IIe has no equal this side of
.frica in getting small lhibgs out of his
A Tinxc oF BF.aTY IS A Joy Fon
vr.-So sang the poets, and the re
-ain is taken up and sang by all men
ot excepting the rest of mankind.
'here are so many beautiful things too,
1 nature as wvell as in art. man-:
inl oughlt to be very happy. Yet alas,
o frequently (10 we overlook them,
d see through a glass darkly the re
erse side of the picture, and were it
ot for the ameliorating help of the
hilanthropist who aids us to see the
est side of the picture. aind whlo hangs
t signs so plain that none hut the
hind can fail to read them, sad would
*e the condition. One of these signs,
ang like a banner upon the outward
all, is that displayed by Mlessrs. Perry
Slawson, proprietors of the popular
~igar and Tobacco Store, in the attrac
ive form of the Indian Girl. At this
tore the connoisseur of the weed who is
bIe to pay for an expensive luxury
ln exelaim, Eureka, and as well cnn
he man of modlerate means, who also
lights in a fragraint puff at a tridle
ass expense, be0 maule happy. All can
uff puff, puff, at Perry & Slawson's,
id looking benignantly at the Indian
irl, fee that thme world is not so had as
teople rep)resentL it. Remeniber the
lace, Main street, Col umbia. tf.
Eriing~ the Mills to the cotton.
British cotton imills are rapidly trans
erred to India. andi profits onm stock in
dia mills are said to be enor-.nous.
:he~ consist in freights on the raw
uatorial to England prom India. in the
ifferece of value of cotton groods
saade from eetton fresh from the. fielId,
nd from that which has lost its clai
iity and freshness by long coumpres -
10o1 anid folding together ot libres to
>e broken when straightened by bea t
s and other marchiinery. It ish1
ieved in Inidia. sooner or later. to aib
orb the whole India cotton crop. Tile
ame reasons wh1ih will produce this
ondition of affairs in English cotton
nanufaturing will cause the South to
ibsorb the cotton manufactures of the
Tuited States. The mills must comie
o the cotton, not the cotton to the
nills. While such a result is inevita
>e. and the question only onie of time.
;till its coining may be hastened by
udicious management upon the part
,f the Southern people. We must
nake the North and East acuainted
with our manifold advantages. A bove
dl things we must show our faith by
rur works. Our own citizens who
m money to spare must put it Iin
nanufacturing enterprises, and not
~onceal it in ztocks and bonds, as they
ave done heretofore.
(Croicle & Sentined.
EWBERY, S. C., iSeptember 1.-Cotton
No. of bles shippd luring weeck-48.
Ew Yong. Au?nue 30.-Curnon dull;
ales 920. at 18 171. Gold 992
A Cusn. Au~:.: 31.-Conun steady and
CH.RLESTN, August 31.-Cotton quit
1.JrIORE, Augudt 3I--CotUon dull
dliini 16; ; low middd iri 152.
ae Jf Stock of the Pacific
AYlrry. S. C.. ON StALE
I 'ill sell at Newb. - 1t2' o'loci., V1
aoek. of the PaLc i. Guanro -.-q
R. L. i1'AL 'li
Aug 2t6, 34-20.
SIXTEETII YEAR OPENS FIRST
rONDAY IN 0CTOBER. Full Fatculty.
Cauitionl and Board, including fuel and
cshin, per annumn, $177.00, im three
Send for Catalogue.
J. i. B3ONNEB. Pre&ident.
De Wecsl, S. C., Aug. 17, is74-34-i rm.
Charleston, S C.
. T. ALTFORD & CO. TroDrietors
The Cant of Impostors.
It is so C,)rious that physical and constitu
tional vigor is the best defense against dis
eas:-, rh::t even the vendors of 11ra-tic par_-a
t;ve5 advertise them as tonics, stomnaciies
anmd iivigorants, in the hope of enlisting the
confidence of the public in the devit:lizing
and pernicious potions. It is amusing to
note how these impostors imitate and copy
the !inguage in wh:ch rite melieinal prope
ties of Hosietter'.< S:omach pit:cr, are de
scribed. Although the effect of their tasping
evacuants is to destroy the tone of the diges
five organ; and the boweis, and to rob the
syStem of its vit:l -trength, they are un-cru
pulousiy recomine:i . d ti lie weak nuil pro
trate vieims of di-ase as! siimitfltr.! It is
time this huibti-g (not a very successful one
it is true, thanks to the inuitre commor,
sense of the Aimerean people) wris sti:rm:i
tized as it deserves. Such mi!iie-vou: filse
hoods hiould be expos.ed pro i)uno p ico.
iioletter's Stotimali 'ritret-, be i disti; c::y
tinderstool, is a s:iilant. It hits a ptiritu
ots b:asis, aid that ha,i- is the vehicle :. !ti
ditfu.ies its wntiderfai satnitar priuiriles
throu::i everv part of lthesys:i. T:e t1oniv,
alterative aid regulating ifigredients of zhe
P,itter, woi!d be cotmp:iii ely inert if they
were not, so to speak, varried to the locali:ies
wier'- th are requiri .: it stimulatinr,g
Agent The C.nt wht4-il P pnests a.Iiunitt Ite
.;e of a pure alcolo.c tiid, when emploved
as a means of givin:; full effect to medicinal
-xracts of the i'het utility, i, the cant of
barl imitsm. Evetr intielligent physicinn
-0 char.. terize it, and the sick who are
rpel, onvilsed and debilitated hv the niu
ou- and di-grsting nostrull of the parties
sltj put it furil, soon find to their sorrow
hnt it is a delusion and a snare. Hostetter's
,iters, the Peat sanitary stimulant of the
is, in the truest sense of the 4ords, a
rholesone, vitalizing, renovating pre-para
It i.s Not Generally Known
That tie shortest po;zihle route h-tween
he Sou'l and Great West is through St.
Louis, over the St. Louis, Katisas City and
orthern Short Line. *itis road has gined
urpri.,ing imporr:tmce by reason of immense
L-xpiditures in the last two years, of over
two million dollr, besides e:irninzs, in im
povemente, of road-way, in relaying their
i:in with h-st quality of new st-el and iron
rails, on broad new ties, and sub-zituting
for ordinary car, new reclining chair coach
CZ, cle.-anfly carpeted and fitted, with dress
ng rooms with toilet conveniences for ]a
ie,. gentlemen and families traveling with
:iildren, without :ny extra charge. This
ine runs six fast Expresstr.iins between the
ississippi and Misscuri Rivers. two more
than any other road, and connects with all
the great Litnd Grant Roads iu the West,
mndi has adopted all modern appiiances for
oifort, speed and safeguards n.gainst acci
Jents,including night and day watcimen,who
inspect the road before and after the passage
>f eacih train to see that everything is in or
ler. We recommend those contemplating a
rip West to take the St. Lonis, Kansas City
mid Northern Short Line, it being rite only
line running throtigi cars between St. Louis
and Omaha, and for tickets over this excel
lent line we refer our readers to any ticket
igent selling through tickets to the West. For
map, circubairs and Time tables address
:ither J. F. McCarthy, Cincinnati, 0.; or P.
B. Groat, Sr. Louik, Mo., either of whom
will furnish any itformation desired. 4-tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COUIT OF TRIAL JUSTICE.
Andrew If. Wicker, Plaintiff.
James W. Iayward, Defendant.
Summons for Money Deniand.-LComplaint
To James W. Ifayward, Defendant in this
You are hereby suninoned and required
o answer the eomph;iit in this action,
which on the 15th day of August, 1874,
ws filed inl the oflice ofi G. P. .Jacoby, Trial
Justice, for the s.ld County, aid tO serve a
opy of yorr answer on the subscribers at
heir office, at Newberry C. 11., South Garo
lia, within twett days after the service
of this sumonis on vou, exclusive of rte
day of set-vice.
If von fail to aitswer this complaint witht
in rte time afore saidi, thte plaiittiff will take
idgment against you for- lie stum of Ninte -
v-Sx 16-10n Dollars, wvitht interest at the
r~ate of seveti pe ct-ittut per atntum, from
the fifteenrth day of Autgutst, otte thousand
eiht humtlred attd sevety-vfour, anid costs
Dated August 1 5th, 1874.
Attest: G. P. JACOBY, [L..s.]
Triial .Justice, N. C.
PurPE, POPE & FAIR,
To the Delendlant, James W. Hlayward:
Take notice, rhat te Summitons, of which
the foregoinig is a copy,'aind the Complaimt
in thtis ac ion we-re fi!ed in the office oif G.
P. Jatcobyi, Trial Justice for Newberry
Coms , South I'arolina, at Ne wberry Court
Flose itt sail Couty arnd State, on the
1tht day of Atugiust, 1874.
PuP-E, POPE & FAIR,
A t'ys at Law, New-berry C. H., S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBER(RY.
COURT OF CO3DMON PLEAS.
Madison F. Workmtatn, othterwise clled 31.
F. WVorkmatn, Pltaittiff.
ordeai David, otherwise called 3M. David,
Summons for Mloney Demuand.-[Complaint
To Miordecai David, Diefendaut in thnis aic
You are hterebyv suniuiotted- and requmired
to atnswuer tie complh it in this atction,
wvhiebi is filetd in the ofhice of' rte C'!erk of
t Court of C ommtoit PIleis for tie said
Coutv,y anti to serve a copy of youir anuswer
on the~ submcr'ibert at the ir oflice, at New
herry C. -Hi., Soutrh Car olina, wirtitn twentty
las after te seri-Vce of tis summionts Ot
vo, excflsive of rte day of service.
I voni tail to answer this conmplaint with.
in he titme aforesaid,i thei plaintiff illii take
jtdgment against you for the sumn of Oie
Thosnd 1 liias w ith itntterest t hereont
fromt tie 24th dayi of Feb iruary, A. D. 1870),
at the rate of oine and otte ourtht per centt.
er month, anti al'o, for lie sum of Fouri
I utdred atnd IF-iv Gold Dollars, with ini
terest thereon fromi the fifth day of Mayv,
oie thtouisand etiht hiundred and seventy,
Dated 1st day of August, 1874.
A ttest :
[t.s. JESEC. SMIT H, (I. C. P.
F.*iJSEPOPE, POPE & FAIR,
To tme Defendarnt, Mordecai David:
Take inotice, tha:t the Stunmonis(of which'
th foregoinig is a coipy) and rte Cotmplai n
itt tis acuiott, wvre tiled int te office of thtt
Clerk of tile Court of Gomminon Picas for
ea ber-ry Gounty, at Newberry Court
Hlose, Southi Cat-olina, on the 13th day o'
POPE, POPE & FAIR,
Att'vs at Law, Newberry G. hi., S. C.
A ug. 19 , 33:-mrt.
STATE OF SOU'TH CAROLINA
CO(E)NTY OF NEWBERRIY.
COURT CO3DION PLEAS.
Joel R. Abney, Plaintiff,
Tihomas A. Floyd, Defendant.
Stmons lot' Money D)emtatd.-[O0mplaint
To Ttomas A. Floyd, Defenidant in this aic
You are he i-by snmmoned antd requtiret
to answer te comiplaint in this action
wticht is filed itn the office of the Clerk o
the- G;o'rt of Communon Picas for rthe scih
County, attd to serve a copy of your aniswei
o: the sutbscribers5 at their ofhice, at New
etry C. II., Sout Catobita, withtin twen t:
day after the service of tis summtoons ot
vo, exc-lusive of the day of service.
If yon faoil to answer this comupiti with
ht the timen aforesaid, rte platintiff will take
judgienit against yout for te sumt of Thtir
eet H:mndred and Ninety-Seven Dollars
Dated 5th day of August, 1874.
I[. s.] JESSE C. SMIT H. C. C. P.
POPE, POPE & F AIR,
To the Defttdant, Thomas A Floyd:
Take noie hait rte Summons (of whtici
a. . ,Ov) and t e Complain
Clerk of the Court of Cttlonin.. a f
Newberry County, at NewvberJy Coun
Hose, South Carolina, on the 13th day
POPE, POPE &FAIR,
Att'ys at Law, Newberry C. H., S. G
Aug.t 1 9, $8-6t.
Newberry Business Diectory.
Cards of Roference iii,erted iuler appro
)"ri:1'te ho.l(ling0in tisl un-P;e-in
:1!nn. ti Mieliits. Ne14chaniezi ai.,d Trades
:rinern y..ho'ld have a place- ia this Di
reetory. Terms moderate.
Dry Goods, Shoes, &c.
I'lFALL & POOL.-Whol-sale and retail
de::lire, in foreign :nd domlestic Dr%
G ..s. Embr.i.eres. Notions. &c._ 4~
HiCK. P. W. & 1R. S.-Dealers in Dry
Goods. !inbracin:i everything in i.tt
line. Pl:tntaion -upplie. 43
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Hats, Shoes,
Cotton luyers, &c.
OVE LACE & Wili EELEl.-I)ialers in Dry
Gii In is. i "ra-ris. Clothintg. B ots.Shoes
Hs. Gi -eneral stock of all kinds of mer
""UT, M.-D;le('r in General Merelian
ciz,-. Dry Faney Gools, Gro
eirie- 1,otS aInd Shoes. 44
Il TH04'.-Dr' hGorlij-;. Notions, Clot h
in;' -.he<s. hiats, anld general assort
't+LSN. J. M. & ('.-DIealers in Dir
\'v Go?odk. Grocl--rles. Clothing. 11o0ls.
SI'II's, l:tts. Crocker. and genvial io
A iuloN I. T. l-.--W hiilisale and Retaili
le in ener;l 1lerchandize-Dry
to ods, Groceries, Crockery. Plaatat ion iip
FIlATlAN. A. A.-Dry Goods. Clothing
Crotkery. yBioots anit Shoes, and Fancy
G;4,oods. Uo'tis 'of al kinds. 43
Books and Stationery.
A1 %PMN , JOIIV A.-Books and Station
U1 ey. A spt!elalty made in School
Stoves and Tin Ware.
il41T, W. T.-Dealer in Cooking and
11%at ing St lives. all styles and priecs.
Large assortient of Tin ware. 43
, E A VE EL1. I. '.-Keeps on Imind a splen
Ii ii ssrtinment of all kid oh Furnitur.
11t Ure- re. M 3lattrasse:3 inade. 43
A AlI'.;iA LL. L. R.-Meals served at all
Shours. Fresh Fish and Oysters in
sva.wn. Dealer in Groceries, Confection
cries, &c. 41
- 1-EMAN. W. I.-Ri.-ilent Artist. All
tyles oh Ptt iures taken. Old Pictures
co)pied aind renewel. 43
-AIlt, POPE & POPE.-Attorneys-Prac.
- tie in all the Courts of this State anld
iin the United States Court. 43
-OOtMAN & SCHUMPEItT.-Attornevs
. at Law. Practice in all the Courts of
tie State. and in the United States Court. 43
A IEGE R. C. G.-Atto rney at Law anll eg
ister in Batikriptey for 3d Conigre.ion
nt District. Practices in all the Courts of
the State. 43
: ONES. IRA i;.-Attorney at Law. Offlice
. on Main street, over Mrs. D. Mower's
EAVELL, J. R.-Monuients made to or
der,:i ,I all kinds of marble and granite
work neatly execited. 43
PEEtS. L. M.-Dealer in Foreign and
l oiestie Marble. Monuments iiale
,o order in best styles. 43
E ltPERANCE 112 LL.-Will be rented to
ubie entrtaiinneSs on Monday. Wed
niesdy Friday and Saturday nights of each
I A PM AN, JOIJN A.-Manufacturerl of
Cotton Gins, of approved style, and
H% IASE. WM. C. & CO.-Auction and Com.
ni ission Merchant. Sales twice a
M CAL&,IG 1'IN A ..J & CO.--Comnmission
Merchant an idealers in Fertilizers.
.ents for Gowter, Cox and Markley's Bug
gies, Wagons, &c. 43
IE BB, W. Hf. & Co-Cotton Brokers and
D~Iealers in Bacon, Flour, Grain, Hlay.
Corn, &c. 43
SA LINAS. F. E.-Dealer int Groceries tiaid
.~ Plantation Supplies. Cash advainced on,
ATES & M1ulRTIN.-Di-alcrs in Groce
JJ.j ries, Plantation Supplies, Hardware.
and Cotton Buyers. 43
L EAVEL.L & SPEARMIAN.-Grocers and
(Provision Dealers, Plantation Supplies
and buyers of Cotton. 4
H ASE. WM. C.-Grocery and Provision
31'ierchaints. Mollohon Row. 43
Groceries. Canned Goods, &c.
ICE ElR. A. M.-Deatler in Groi-eries, Cant
W nedl Goodls. Perfunery, aind Toys of all
. egars. 43
OWERS. A. M. & CO.-;rocery annd Proi
vI~it.ion Dealers, 1'lantat ion Su ppl iis.
'T'bacc.o, &c. 4:1
SILSON, .J. C.-Dealer in Groceries of all
kinds. Canneid Goods, Blagging, Ties.
otaeco andt Segars. . 43
Confec'doneries, Segars, Fruits.
PECK. .J. F.-Frech andl Amneriicani Cont
heetitonery. Fruits, Nuts, Tobacco andi
Segars of best~kInds. 43
I~CKElt A. M.-Candy anid C.oneetions
oalkis Fruits in season, Nuts. Se
.Tewelry and Watch Makers.
PECK, JOhIN F.-Dealer in fine Watcehes,
Clocks..Teweli'y. Silverand Plated Ware.
plectacles, Eye Glasses,FanCy Goods. &c. 4:
RIGHT & COPPOCK.-Dealers in Cloth
-ing, anit gentlemen's outfitting gene
rally, Shoes, Hats. Trunks, Valises. &i-. 4:;
SW ER. MIRS. D.-Millinery G ood s of all
kindts. Inonnets made in lamtest style.
Also dealer in general mnerchandize. 43
HUNTEIR. MP$. M.-D)ress Makiing after Ia.
test patterns. Orider's solicited. 43
'ANT. DR1. S. F.-Drumgg4ist. Wholesale
Fand Rtetail Decaler in Drngs, Medicines.
Chemiceals, Pure Medicinal Liquors andl
Gun and Lock Smith
nw HITE. Z. L.-Rtepaire-r an? Makir of
\VV Gus. Pistols, Locks, &c. Shelf Goods
and GrocerieS. 4;;
Wines. Liquors, Segars, &c.
.EON A RD. J1. II. & CO.-Whiolesale and Re
Stail D)ealers in Trobacco. Megar . Pipes.I
&c Wines and Liquors of pure qualities. 43
Dry Goods ' .ffiliunerg
Silk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
Mlrs. D. MOWER'S,
U)sDER BERALD OFFICE.
Apr. 1, 13-tf.
Who Wants an Organ?
i Any one in need of one of Needham &Sons
iOrgatis, will find it- to their advantage to
} apply to the HERALD OFFICEj
J .an. 21 9-t.f
We are now receiving, direct; from the
Whicb wiiil be told a- low as in anv otd
Uerchants Visiting Charleston a
NO. 2 iAYE STREET, 0
1). F. F'.i:M .
-SA Mr'E A. ..N .
Chiarleston, Autgust 1, 1 S71.
sT FU T CR LIA
Having madca setilement on the Estate
f James H. Hays. deceased, ap;Iication
vi11 be madec before his llonor, the Probate
r udge for Newberry on the 2d day
>O'November, IST-, for ti:t31 dischairge as
Udministrator, with the Will alnnexcd, of
Imecs 11. Days, dee'd.
WV. G. ABRAMS,
Adi'r., wiih thie Wil! annexpil. of James
1. fHaYs, dev'd. Auig. 26, 34- 5t.
CALL AND SETTLE.
All persons indebted to me by memo
-inn accoi:ws, are rveque-ted1 to call mnd
:etle o, or before the nh of September.
MRS. D. AUMER.
Aug. 11.4, 3.3-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF PROBATE.
Will ian Lester, Henry S. Boozer and David
Cros.on, as the Ex'ors., of the last Will
aind Testament of Martha Young, deceas
1anrah Lester, Mary J. Boozer, Martha
Crosson, James E. Young and Alma
Sunmori.-For Relief. [Complaint
To the Defendants, Hannah Lester, Mar.
J. Boozer, Martha Crosson, Jatmes E.
Young and Almna Young.
You are hereby summoned and requrirec
t answer te comoplaitnt itt this action,
which was filed in the office of the Judge
of Probate, for the said County, and tc
serve a copy >f your answer to the said
coplainut on the subsceribers at their offiee,
it Newberry C. H., South Carolina, withir
twenty days after the service hereof, exclu
sive of the day of such service ; and if yot
fail to answer the cotmp'aint within thc
ite aforesaid, the plaintiff' in this actior
will ap)ply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the comtplaitnt.
D.ted 1st August. 1874.
[t.. s.] J. C. L EA H Y, JT. P.
POPE, POPE & FAIR,
To the Daefendants, Jamnes E. Young ant
Please tik" notice that the Summnons (o
wiieht the foregoing is a copy) and th<
Complaint in this action, (which is an ac
tiont brought among other things for the
sale of thie real estate of Martha Young
deceased,) were fled in the office of the
Judge of Probate, for Newberry County, a
Nen berry Court House, Souith Carolina, ot
the 15th day of At;gust, 1774.
POPE, POPE & FAIR,
Atysat Law, Newberry C. 11., S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
(OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF TRIAL JUSTICE
Thomuas F. Harmon, rlainitiff.
James WV. Hlayward, Defendant.
Sumon.-For Money Demand.-Comt
p)laint not Served.
lo James W. Hlayward, Defendant in thi
You ate htercby stunnoned anid requires
to answer thme comoplaitnt in this action
which is filed] in the office of G. P. Jacoby
Tfril Justice totr the said County, and ti
seve a copy of your answer on the sub~
se ibers at t'r.eir oflice, at Newberry Cour
lose , Sotuth Ca rolint, withitn twen tv day
ter the service of this sumnons on vou
exclusive of thme day of service.
If you fail to answer tits complaint with
it thte titme aforesaid, the plainttiff will tak'
udge'nt against yon for the sum of Fifty
one 6i5-1 mi Dollars, with interest at tfh
rate of two per cent, per month from th
9th daty of Junte, 1874, and costs.
Dated Aug. 5th, 1874.
POPE, POPE & FAIR,
Test : G. P. JA COBY. [t.. s-]
Trial Justice, N. C.
To the Defendant, James W. Hayward:
Take notice thaut the Sunmmonrs atnd Comi
plaint in this action, of which the foregoin
is a copy, was filed in the Office o! G. I
.Jacoby. Trial Justice for Ncwberry County
sotim Carolinma, at Newberry Comtt Hlous<
ii sad Coutnty and S:ate, Ott the 5th day c
POPE, POPE & FAIR,
Att'ys at Law, Newberry C. H., S. C.
Aug. 12, 32-6t.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA
C'OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TILE CO3D10N PLEAS.
Burton & Pool,
J. L. Epps and J. D. Epps.
Execuiiotn Against Property.
Be virtue of an Execution in the abov
case, to tte directed, I will seli, at Ne'
berry C. H., at Public Outcry,
On the First 3Monday in Septen'
to the highest bidder, the following Re;
SNtate, situate in the County and Stat
SEVEN HUNDRED (700
AC RES OF LAND,
more or less, bounded by lands of Henr
Whitire, John Abramus, Solomon Ha:
grove, and others.
Also, the following Personal Property :
One (1)~ Horse.
Four (4) Mules.
One 4 Horse Wagon.
Household and Kitche
The above levied upon as the proper
of J. D. Epps.
TERMS CASU. Purchaser to pay fm
~~~JOHN J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, 7th Aog., 1874.
12,m 2-4t. 120
MandFtcturors, a lrge and well selecte!
:er m. k. A-o oos wih our Brind
re invited to Examine our Stock.
'. FLEMING & CO.,
RXER OF CH'RItH STREET.
JAM1 M1. WILSON.
Au--. 12. -*'2-1m.
-C! Fev7er &Agm.e coo
0 0 a
H C) C)-'t CS
HS P 0 - - -- -'P
ISTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERBY.
IN TH E COMDMON PLEAS.
L.oriek & Lowrance,
L1urt G. Bhiackwell.
Excecutionr Agarinst Pronerty.
By virtue of an Exc.ution in: the above
stated cas~e :o mie directed, I will sell, at
Newb)erry C. 0., S. .,
On the JFir.t ..a in &Sp1enu
at public outery, and to thre highest idder,
TWO HUNDRED (200O)
ACRES OF LAND,
mnore or less. Boundred by lanrds of .James
J. Li n", A. Y. W. (!.:nphr, B. B. Me('reerv
arid others; the above levied upon as thle
property.oi the Deienidant, Laura G;. Black
TERMS GASH. Purcbaser to pay for
p Jer . J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Shreriff's office, Aug. 11, 1874.
We will rent to the highest bidder at
Newberrry C. 11., on the IST MONIDAY IN
OCTOBF.R NENT. the several-plttin
of Henry Burt.3n, dec'-i., comprising somec
of thre best Catrour arnd Grain Und in the
County, susceptible of being so divided as
to accommo:rrdate lar;e or smarll farmrrers.
Thie above namred lanrds will bg shown, to
any one wishing to see themn, by. either of
tile Execu:o rs, an m11uay bie nregotia ted for
privately at ainy tinw before tihe 1st of Oct.
C. D. BURTON,
J. S. PI'TS, Executors.
g . . BDORROII,
Aug.e1r , C. -71. .G.
K tRDIT TOR
(West Corner of Main and Kibben
Havinp purchased the goods, in store, of
Mr. Thomas Lake. I will co:rtiriue said bu
siness, in ALL ITS BRANC 7ES, with
Stock of Goods,
Which I propose to sell on ie
Most Accommodating Terms,
(safe to myself,) to all who will favor Ee
with a call.
T M G HENRY . BLEASE.
May Oi, 20 ti
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 18TH SEPT,
A. P. PIFER, A. M., Principal,
WITII COMPETENT A5SISTANTS.
The ardvantages aff;>rded by this institu
trorn for a thoro::gh anrd comnplete eduica
tol, are. second to nio othrer in tire State,
Turtion is low, viz: from 31 2.50 to .322..5(
ir adv aine, or on satisfactory secuirities.
Boardirng in private famrilies at ruoderatt
For further particulars enquire of th<.
Secretary of the Board, Mr. S. P. Boozer,
or of A. P. PIFER,
July 29, :;-tf. P rncipal.
~F. N. PARKER,
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, ,TONES & PARKER
(Between Pool's Hotel and the Post Ohlice.
HIaving bourht the E NT I RE S T OCI
of th e lldrnecss r::d Saddle Mainufactory o
Mesi. rW~ebb, Jon.es & Parker, I am p:-e
pred to do all kinds of work in this lire
Ali so wil keep on hand for sale, HA RNEM'
SAkDDLE-s, k&e., HIARNEk- LEATHER*:
SoLEF LEATHiER, UP'PER LEATHER, &c.
eof the best and cheapest. REPAIB IN
arid all work done to order
At Cash Prices and at Shortes
1 A pr. 15. 15-1f'.
* )A\0OO: HOli EOST, H0O1f RESTOIREI
) Jirt pisli-he.1, a newedtr
,' D)r. Culverweirs Celebrate<
Ewarv on tire rad:ical cure (with
out iedictine) of SrPER3AToaE.
o Seminal Weaknres, Involuntary Sem in:a
Loses. 131POTENCY, also. CONsU31T10, EiM
IPSY and Firs, indultced by self-inidulgenc<
or sexual extravaiganrce. &e.
g Price, ini a sealed envelope, only Si:
cTire celebrated author, in tis admnirabli
Essay, ekarly demronstrates. f'rorm a thnirt;
ears' ,uccessful practice, that tire a larmm;i
consequenes of self-abuse runay be radicall;
cure witoutthe angeoususe of internar
pointing out a mode of cure at once simrpli
certain, :m~d effectaal. by means of whic,
every sutferer, no matter whrathris conditio:
may be. may cure himoself cheaply, privat<
Th 3is L ainre shoulr1be in the hrandi
ofevery youth andr' every man in the lanrd.
ent under seal, im a plain envelope.
>rany address. post-paid, on receipt of si.
cets or two post stamps.
Address the P'ublishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & Co.,
127 Bowery, New York.
ost+ Ofem Bo. 45986. July 15,.'74-28-13
- New4ing .3Earh in~es.
THE WORLD'S FAVORITE!
WV I Li S O]SIM,
SHUTTLE SE WN(flillML
TH t EUWLSO
R1e fusedI( tO.joini the 11igh Price "Ringc" of the 'North, and
sells cheaper, thurslyv
$10 to $20 Cheaper than the Singer.
1$30 to $45 Cheaper than the Wheeler &.Wilson.
;$10 to $20 Cheaper than the Howe.
1fAND IS SUPERIOR TO THE ABOVE HIGH
THE WILSO N ION!
Aj,d will.1 onl test. sew side by side of any machine,
and do a larger range of workh
The WILSON is the ONLY Sewing Machine
that gives a WRITTEN WARRANTEE
OF 5 YEARS from day of Sale..
I3 Smoke t his in Your Pipes. i
1Every Sewinz Machine Acrent ofohrCompanies are
afraid to ieet 0 contest tr aln the L Ho GeA
AI Lal SUPRIO TO ITH ABOVEI HGHN
F-AVORITE WILSON,. and wvill use every,,subterfugretoke
yvou fromn seeingy and trying() it.
GIVE US A DIP SNIDER ?
PRICED A CHNS.
A WARNING TO SOUTH CAROLINA.
Whyd wil teseopl payite biexofbiant prichin5efr,
Wheeer &Wilsnd d o a Snger. and of ~ w ork.Hoe
Then WILSOcN et the ONestin Machineintewrdthlgt
tht iv s oN WRITE WARRNTE
OF 5aranEAR frifatom daey oale. e
I LSok tHis iREDUis
Af NAGtoetINGcnt tAGENT tOR LIGH WBERRY.AN
WF EELERTE WILSON -ilueeeysbef~oke
GIV USA IP ONIE ON
S WAN INMACHIN SORUTHINCAROLNWAY
wil te pope p~ h \iavig ut une f the forher
Wheler& W lsn,soior a i onr and ufflI foe er prepared
whe thyanetthebeto acin godnor thneve w eor, theh
My sPtoc agrhee,an. mn
IsWHELE &ob WtheO BestEO
SEIN th Ctry.RALPictueSaeWhs READ
It i E.ilESTTO MNAGE I a pre A t aE
LIHTSTan FSTSTRUNIG.PHOTOGRAPH GAERRY.
MOSTDER BLE 1ACIINE n th.mar ioyng anwl ar gi O ld icthe rer,
k rnonce b Pysiias t-be t e , Takng eienPhorics &c.
a:asT xJritoos. a t i , p e e weater ras:;re
The W EELER & WILStohasgbee mwmb r k th- a eeare dbngereu, and tdo
The ale of187: wee :,00 mor dtan tAgro of e laestrih o i sp etin
any previous year.heforetthei pitures pitd
The alesof or A:;usa lice for187ocTh srgeryi toa come, ance a'ong
were 1,500 Machines.w iet nitres atII t Nebryoafryo h
For' saeo ATT': rMNIL Pver ure P aorper,W ihs c
INST DABL M AENT. IOl Mbintes oar: W.pn H~ E .gn W OSE Pictures
mdrpaied kingatd dthng ot Residences
of all kinds at yo e. -alaietepetywahrls e
The Fam0f!il ~ y arite." t Ca OiLUMIAS
a;i prrtos isriteor the p tre ity p riner. ecfll n
The alesof or Auust (iice,fo:ted~ Tito vist may ir oomwee anbe seen
werel,5n MaLils,pecrimenrs of nitues n r Gal ler of the t
\ind ErED SEiid w MrM ed cINE A. M. WISER,AN
ofal kns eaL d::.Oct. 1, :J--tf.Paiste .
MRS. D. MOWEUR,
For Neber ands Lraurehecnt arCoeunttillsin
daughter,d towislt aydrmoms,nwereic:nobeasee
practical mechoficicthaesfin Pll stylesoof-the-Art.
a:r1-T;EEl A. F R IER, cni
WEE :erSwn mahn inG the I m E asci 1garkt ot,Brey an ted pras es chueaon
Is no nhb:. : a, i-tf. maOtrIy bu9t Plrveq aiand Stret.
MRS. no-c. LtN E FrmerSyi.
luble PhosphoicaAcid. FornaleCby agent
- ha of:re o therouge ewn Mheut, hOnts. arey,ndr
- Paior BoxandCoa Stes,Adaer, . E Gac.,
tow t ore a nto arrive, a:.d mus e Foaeb
- ig1 terD Lo onl addcoun oh ighto tims. aA .MCU H I O
tALS or ':~cTc c A " - - - -
In h v r wi ia t e inst qu alet . - :t,Bre n h .se. I sd o
For sale loswl byn t il asr acrpofgrs
Wt. T.Lt veyRarGrHryT,
Main Stet. Tct 8l' , 40 tf
s - ------ - - -To ia ia.e oei
I stil co tinue th t reatmen of I diseasepearto ortris te
pclar to woen bothmarie a sin (r dt o fvthe nslaniape cle ofSo
lle P B RFF lo-prz Denta orery gnt
G. June3, 187 -22--t.rler.19,n'7 -11-tf