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ATrnaAerican S?dn os one
es, are much better, and
leidUhalf the cost of-ip
T 1O.N ADERTIs9MMTS.
C son& .-Dry Goods.
'Z -4Oftes-AUOrney at Law._
n oates-Annua ;9MetngCon
. LD APRs.-tOgld apers fores.l
Wt~k, coPPock-..Cothin, &e.
Ar.D MOWii-.Dry Goodx and Millinerl
ts .Wl &R-& Chicka-Dry Goo s Ha 1wa
S 0- Membnt and others-7eotice toT
n know ledg th e ep f a c Talog
otenaM OashbAnua Mteeting Count
Sebe Cali O f-Wcrbr, Jr , Deputy urve
OLD PAPM.-ld pa3pers for sales
this OMfce in P=ckageS of 50 or 100.,z
4o and 7cncents. tf.
FAIR OF THE (C&ROLINAS.-We ac
Senowledge the receipt of a catlog
s 6f the first exhibition of the new fair
the Carolinas, to be held in the city
NOvember 3, 1874, and continuing fl
days are indebted to Post Master Scot
fOr the-fOROW111(: There has been is
SMAd froin the Post Office in onr town'
dul'ing the quarter ending Septembe.
30th, Arve handred and ninety Mon-i.
Orders, amounting, to $7,064.16; Fees
$45.5W; and one hundred and sever
Money Orders paid-amounting to $3,
We are pleased to notice the returr
of Mrs. Mower, after an absence North
and that she is in good health and a
full of business activity as ever. Th
ladies of this community will be de
li.ghted at this, because they are awar
that her millinery and dress goods de
partments are ready for their inspec
Madame Demorest's Reliable Pat
terns of all sorts can be obtained a
Mrs. D. Mower's. 13-t
.- this seasoi
n armers' and
will accept our t s *.ire all ali
sibject of puttnc
In order. Crockery, glass
wf id various otherthings are need
ed, and as they like to make their selec
tions from a large stock where every
thing that they need can be found, thei
attention is called to the establishmen
of M ZI. Kingsland & Heath, Colum
biv, under the Coiumbia Hotel. 40
Capt. J. F. Speck is once more him
self-carpenters, brick masons, plum
bers, painters, kalsominers, &c., hao
departed, and his store is one of th
most attractive outside the city of Paris
All of the fixtures and adornments ar
not yet completed, but enough is don
to show that the store will be a splend<
fture' When his new stock is open
ed. we advise the public to look out
husbands and $athers, keep your wive
and daughters away from the fascina
tions of Spek._ __
SUDDiN DEATHs.-We learn tha
Mr. B. M. Buzhardt, of this County
died very suddenly on Sunday. and i
is supposed from congestive chill. H,
was in town on. Saturday, in apparen
good health, sold some cotton and at
tended to business as usual. A sad an:
sudden death trulv.
Also, on the same day, a coloret
woman living on the place of Mr
Wmns. Welch, expired suddenly with
out any signs of sickness.
Mandarin Teas, the best, purest ani
cheapest, at Mrs. D. Mower's. Price
75c., $1.00 and $1.50 per lb. 13-ti
THE TUSCARORU?S HOP.-Tbe Ho]
-given by the Tuscarora Tribe, I. 0. 0
R. M., on Wednesday evening last, w<
are .told was a chairming affair, an<
passed off pleasantly to the delight o
all who participated. Such a resul
might have been expected under thi
maagement of a band of Red Mei
-noted for so many good qualities. Mi
lam's band did the music, which was o
the inspiring kind. The party did no
break up till toward morning.
MURDER AND ATTEMPTED Scm1i..
The Columbia papers of last week an
N nounced the horrible fact that J. B
Hlarrington, a native of Newberry, an<
"emoved to France after the lat
life . emarried, had murdere<
that he killeit g~i attempted his owl
Wound is not dang,wife was an accom
- the Post Oftice at Ncaled oincam
J. J. Awiek. wbry S. C.: '. Hi~
A. L- olanaBird.Walter B o
a uA . . o a c 1' s Ann a B olan d, A Ifre Q .
houi, . . - C. Rhett Butler, Wnm
(ins, s .gar Co., MIarie Frank.
lii . gas,t -~au w?-P Gillum.
Mer Dav.idj lailStoe cake a
John enry,Ained Hiolu,, Dr
Robet Lsen ee,Adela31er, Bryanit Lunn.
SpencerMcCrack n,e ttzt-Glenn 3letz,,
A. eson, G.r ke athar2ne Nelson, N.
L. Siodijr, Franklin StrothcMrs (c-' som. L
L.ucy Wdsworth. J,To-wila
tion of the Rev- R. A. Fai asnstar of.
Aveeighj Church, took Pace os pastr. of
(day lst as Pr piulannced Saur '
The Reys. M utn,Lnsy andotmeed.
took part in the interesdsay and Jaob, 0
ceremony. On Sabt he San oema to
.a ,djj~ the MIethodlist co- th
gr nga 0 oi g in by in v ita tio n . T (
-thh eaening, at the M[ehodis co
ivehrd ay ihepressive serm~on was dle-a '
thiere texte Re, ., 0. LIndsay, from j the
thevs teair "member Lot's wife" The? FOt
- vs.; FradMrin assisted in the Bei
Sow GRA1N.--W'e cannot too ofe ests
importune our falrmers to so peni et
-fully of Barley and Oats. sow plcest
-sively of the former that stockw saycces--}
ceive all the benefit possible inayor ja
power to give them. Too uc in your T
t. Thenseason given to this 'nat-. be sti
ter he seod no is splendid for ing, 1<
te. Mars y cr armers wai until it is-too Jany se
srtstey are rededfr t he&aprej org
cows are ~on sot awne Woren scganda
they are apt to forgr allowthe, tje sayrap of
have corn and Iodder otno tha th tion buorf
man, however, looks into and. A wi~dsebtrt
for the future. Sow baland proasees
d hn omenad once and continue frst lov<
'-o us and made Profitable brog thes? 3~
DEATEs.-Mrs. P. K. Mendenhal
the mother of Rev. J. K. Mendenhal
of Columbia, died after a ]ong illnes
at the residence of her nephew, M:
Wm. J. Lake, in Newberry, on We<
nesday last, in the G5tb year of her ag
She leaves one other child living-Mr
B. R. Scott, of Tennessee.
It is with pain we record the deat
of Mrs. Rob't Holman, which sad ever
occurred on Friday evening last. Sh
had been sick for about five weeks, an
her sufferings were great, but wit
christian fortitude and resignation sh
enduredthem without murmuring.
Mrs. Holman was in her 46th year, wi
the daughter of Gen. H. H. Kinard, an
was a consistent member of the BaptiE
t GIVE HIM THE CREDIT.-If a M
does a good thing he should receive tht
well done heartily, and we feel it on
duty now to praise Mr. Robt. Campbel
of Jalapa, for the part performed b;
him in placing the road from the abov
mentioned place down to Epting's i
capital order. We have not had th
felicity of riding over the road lately
btit have been told that all of those ol
t trap holes and quagmires have bee
- filled up and laid in logs. Well done
Bob, you are a trump for accomplish
r ing so great a good under circumstance
r so adverse, for it is -said that while over
,seeing the work the maledictions heap
ed upon his devoted head by the color
ed hands were enough to overwhelm :
less determined man.
Now gentlemen overseers, here is :i
worthy example for you to follow. Fil
up the holes in your beat and let ni
know. that we may give you the prais<
Zvhich vou will then be entitled to.
Otherwise may you be the first to sink
wagons, teats and all, into those ver)
TiE COmING OF THE GREAT SHoW
--Old .Jlohn Robinson's Great World'
t Exposition, one of the most reliabl(
organizations in America, will visi
here on Tuesday, October 20.
The show is undoubtedly among th(
best known to the amusement public
From the Pittsburg Disatci, we clij
"This vast combination -has takei
the citizens of Pittsburo and Allegheni
by storm. Vast and aureciative an
diene-_. crowd the pavillions at eact
entertainment. The exercises in th(
arena are among the best witnessed ir
Pittsburg. Stickney and Wilson, an<
the great menage act of Miss E1mM
Lake, are witnessed with admiration
and are worthy the enthusiastic ani
flattering reception accorded them. Ir
fact the entire circus is decidedly good
and is patronized in accordance wit
its merits. The menagerie is composet
of the very many specimens of rar(
animals, and the gigantic amusemeni
enterprise is well managed and con
I ducted. The company remain but twc
days longer, giving four of their reallN
p)leasing' entertainments. John Robin
~ on is keeping good his promise madi
I the public of giving them one of th<
best exhibitions possible, and it is n<4
wonder thas nis show is liberally pa
Newberry, Oct. 20th.
PERSONA..-A pleasant visit wa:
made us last week by Col. Walker, o:
the firm of Walker, Evans & Cogsweli
Col. W. has been making quite an ex
tended tour in enlarging his busines
acquaintances, and has been quite sue
cesu nreceiving orders.
e we~re gratified with a visit from
the Senior partner of the celebrated In
dian Girl Segar house, Mr. Perry. Thi:
gentleman has visited all the uppe
Counties of the State, and has mad4
himself personally known where befort
he was known principally through th4
smoke of his segars.
Mr. Calnan, one of the proprietors o
the Columbia Hotel, -and late fron
IGlenn's Spring, paid Newberry a visit
last week. We judge that his briel
stay here among the many friends
whose acquaintance was made durinf
the summer at the Spring, was very
pleasant. The Cornet Band gave bim
a serenade on Thursday night at Posi
Master Scott's residence, where he taber
nacled, in acknowledgment of whiei
compliment he responded in a few ap
propriate remarks. Another burst froIr
the band, and another call, brought onl
Mr. Scott- with a short speech. Aftei
which a rush was made up stairs wher4
segars and liqui'ls were set out. W4
understand that some of the party form
ed themselves into a mutual admiratioz
society, and sat up until two o'clock ii
MORE LIGHT.--We are almost dis
posed to be in good humor with our
selves and the rest of mankind, and t<
praise the progress of the times gene
thlly, at home and abroad, since omi
I 'an gIntendant and good city father
lam ' kind enough to give the peo
to ou -'ftown "more light ox
5 urmerchlan-re ca erection of a new~
l, having to dropghe~ic corner. Th
clerke atr dr, as wde pedestrians,
clrs andi mercha:nts5 )ivfaa,eral pub
one ty e t-atpoto ePs
>se of bausin& ours, and ngt aftetthos
ion of our i n's andoto thathr.
vay to attend eve, ervichoe atthe )
IethodistBaptist ad Lutervian Chch
s, this new am is eredan huch.t
vn name, and in behalf of ou niour th
>r's and citizens resident inour endigh-re
e burgh, we tender ou thn toen or e
wn Council for the crtnst,o or ea
1tributing so much to conea a
I comfort just now onotheonvenince~(
business season sgc~atn a
2efo gctemen- In all you eof
:1at okng towards irnprvn to, I
'nling and advancing the bproine..,
e owm townC. H
woses ou ro gtw, you have our bite
rithes see oould not overlook IA
ditserart oer lamps lately set
>t have too nuch lighto. eeeo
rle adies, at the above head- ventlo;
. weaeiot going to dvi 0. L.
eret which should be kept sacre
you any little bit of refreshna
-not at all. In fact th's
s not intended for the delet. daring
tihe lady readers of the EAD cta- et
erfrte gentlemen, therefor
ed no furthe True to her IAcGo,
: stere anything. strag.i niid1i
, s. n general way, but iidlio,
1, whien make it remarkable. We allud
1, to the love of the Indian Girl of Col
, nmbia. the protege of Messrs. Perry
r. Slawson, who in spite of untoward cih
I- stances and besettments on every hand
3. remains as true as the needle to th
i. pole. Her whole heart is given t
Perry & Slawson, and her single desir
h is to build up their fame, and to accom
t DIish this she has devoted her life to th
e sale of segars and tobacco, and to mak
men happy through smoke. Was eve
love like this? She is now offering nev
h and choice brands, among which ar
e some excellent ones at the low pric
of five cents. The Indian Girl glorie
in her mission and invites the gentle
s men to call.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Weather glorious-the most delight
ful season of the year.
The Independent movement is mov
r The great show of old John Robinsoz
1 will soon be here.
Children are advised to curbtheir im
Corn shucking will be the order o
the day the coming nights.
Possum and tater are already in or
der-very nice to the stomach of thos<
who like the combination.
Cotton is rolling in rapidly and busi
,.ness is freshening up.
As a proo>f of reviving business twc
individuals we have not laid eves on
for twelve month? have already paid uI:
It is with pain that we record the pre
valence of dtptheria in Prosperity. Sev
ere! bad Cases still exist.
Capt. J. F. Speck is once more in his
glory, the improvements on his store
completed he is able to resume business.
All persons who desiii usitg coa
this winter and have ot laid in a supply
are advised to give an order to Mr. W
- T. Wright at his store emiporinmn. He
can furnish parties :lso with grates Ot
rI h s es.
John says why he isn't married is b(
cause that when he wcoed she wouldn't.
A newspaper is the only instrument
which can drop the same thought into ,
thousand minds at thesame moment.
Mnke a note of it, ye merchants.
If you want to find out a man's real
disposition, take him when he is wet
and hungry. If he is amiable then,
dry him and fill him up, and you have
Love thy neighbor as thyself. Bor
row his things whenever you can. but
if he wants to borrow yours tell him
you are very sorry, but you were just
g,ing to use them yourself.
When a young man who parts his
hair in the middle goes down on an
orange peel, nobody seems to care
whether he ever gets up again or not.
Strained sweetness-Kissing through
A crying shame-Our neighbor's
A fashionable lady says her husband
is the latest thing out. Who is he?
Thanks to the Council we have seve
ral more street lamps, by which the
darkness is dispelled, and foot pads can
better see to find their way over cross
If the Council have jurisdiction, over
the roads within one mile of the Court
IHouse, the filling up of the hole just be.
yond the Cemetery, will entitle the
body to high favor.
Mr. Pool's sorrel horse and Mr.
Fowles' black mare, on Wednesday,
ran 400 yards. Time, 25 seconds, purse
Sof $50-taken by sorrel.
Have yon tried those elegant, large,
fat, headless mackerel on sale by Mr.
Salinas ? If yon like mackerel go there
and ask the crippled soldier to put you
Thos. Cook, under the Hotel, is in
supply of very many articles which peo.
pIe cannot do without. If you don't see
what you want enquire for it.
One of the many features to be seen
at Salinas' Store is the attractive letter.
ing on barrels and boxes. This is a
great help to short memories. A man
will sometimnes come ten miles for an
article and then forget it. In Salinas
Store this is impossible. eve:-ything is
marked. The crippled soldier was the
FoR THE HEaRALD.
NEwnERRY, S. C., 5th Oct., 1874.
Pursuant to a call heretofore published, a
mass meeting of the citizens of this County
was held at 11 o'clock a. m. , in Temperance
Hall. On motion, Capt. J. N. Lipscomb was
called to the Chair and 0. L. Schampert re
quested to act as Secretary, The Chair then
briefly stated teobject of the meeting, and
in order to carry into effect said object, Y. J.
Pope, Esq., thereupon moved th..t a commit
tee of one from each township be appointed
to nominato three deleg::tes and three alter
nates from this body to meet tbe State Con
vention wh ich assembles in Colnmbia on the
8:h inst. Under this resolution the following
gentclemen were elected: Messrs. Jas. N.
Lipscomb, Joseph Caldwell and William Ray.
principals, and Messrs. L. B. Maffett, John
S. Hair and E S. Keitt, alternates.
Y. J. Pope, Esq., offered the following,
which was adopted:
Resolved, That Sampson Pope, James N.
Lip'comb, George Johnstone, Thomas C.
Brown, P. E. Wise and R. C. Carlisle be ap
pointed delegates from this County in the
Congressional Convention wh ich will assem
ble at Newberry C. H., on the 8th day of Oc
The following resolution was int roduced
by Jas. M. Baxter, Esq., and was unanimous
ly adopted :
Resolved, That a Committee of one from
each Township in this County, be raised for
the purpose of conferring with the Commuis.
510oner5 of Election for this County. and as
certacininig from thema the locationl of the
boxes at the election in Noveimber next,
with a view to havinag a Supervisor of Elee
tion appointed b)y the United States Circuit
Court, tor .ach box in this County; and that
said Commtoittee be further charged withI the
Idu.r of calling to the attention of said Comn
milasio,ners the importance of opening one1
box at least in each Township in said Cou ii
ty, for the convenience of the voters.
Under said resolution the folhowitug com
mittee was aippoinied: Messrs S. Pope. T. C.
Brown. W. D. Hardy, John McCarley', E. P.
Ch:dmere, WV. G. Peterson, 1). V. Scurry,
D)an'l Goggans, P. E. Wise, J1. J. Gallman
-and Jo-. l3lleller.
e, George Johnstone offerred the following
, *.o;ution, wh ich was adopted:
n a3 htsoivedl. Trhat this Convention do hereby
i: mc, -st the citize-ns of the various Town
r the TOw.f1 this County. who are in favor 01
>thel wg covernmenat, to meet at the plae
e ::itizenus%ter menit.ioned. on tihe thirteenth of
inevr dee i, at l2 M., and elect a Chairman
letdt nhi,the said Chairman to be
u to -j ,full poweor to call meetings 0o
hat the -e # their repcCtive Townships
the ee#ned advisable. anid whenever
h to a Otr :e - so by the Chairman of the
beCourt3Aot.h- Townships be requestedl
nty hai sid C fil to elect three dIelegates
in th rian. ano, -'nvention, to be heYd at
i'Jat e whole sub}t a se, on the twentieth of
5i to the dzfiied 'mviention to elect a
I~e oiembers of tg. 'to take into consid
So.eayactio.- bet of nominating
lVlia ntion shioul, drs rent County offices,
wfshi -. he Legislature. with
; . "' 6, ill p in relatton there
n; No .t ibson's Stoet. ,1 by them be deem
.No atNew Change we'"ore; No.3. at May
nCai,t Jol Ct .tt- are; No.5. at Ja
D-ito Grui kit. NO. 7, at Wil
requese was passed tWts f:uil; No.9, at Froi
riso this Conurnish a cae. Ireet; No. 11, al
atndthe p t a wih:. uiat thie Seereta
e being - for t1' opy of the pro
i SdjS4f her bush thle New ber
JAMES N. -I5o~ -ssive Age, fo:
SSeretary . mess, the Con.
Cotg~~,,~,cral sayis, Chairman.
lERY October'f- thiousan.
r'etm.dlig a 13. cottnin
- XAOctoer 5.-..vav into o;Maret close<
bals-tnddingh tIhe West aesshippet
at 1jal tober Chanks for tiSales of cotton
R. October 6 it wvas thte-14.
14. ''had found ii--Cotton quiet
24, Ocoe:emnh -Cotton steady
October:hnk there is
&i Orean Three dola.15.-Cotton quiet
,t, j' 6.--Cotton strong
e Jas. Giles, colored, charged wit]
stealing a horse in this County, brok,
jail in Spartanburg, where he had been
contined waiting removal to Newberry
The escape was made on the 22d nil
He has not vet been caught.
CHARLESTON TO THE FPoNT.-Amonj
our new advertisement., is that of one of:hi
oldest establish ments in this State. Estab
lished in 1832, it has maintained the firs
a place in its line of businc<s. With large ex
per:ence and unsurpassed facilitie, Me4srs
r Walker, Evans & Cogswell are preparel t<
sustain the reputalion of their estailishment
Like A. T. Stewart, thee believe in newspa
per advertising. and take this means to an
tiounce that they have this season added ver)
largely to their stock of tvpe ned machinery
- and are better prepared than ever to piea,<
'heir customer-. We wish them every suc
FUacHooTT, BENEDICT & CO., CharieS
-on, S. C., offer to the public and dealers it
;;enerj!, ant immense and well selected stocl
of Da GOODS, CAUPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, &C., at tbC lowest prices. Here.
with they annex the prices of a few ar-iclet
-Calios, from 6 to 10c., Long Cloths. from
6 to 1.5c., Brown lionespuns, extra heavy,
from 7x to 10c., Jeans, from 121e upwards,
Cas-imeres, from 40c., upwards, Fhinnels
frem 20 to 50c., Ladies', Misses' and Gent's
Hote. 75.. Sl.15, 52.00 per doz. and upwards,
r Suspenders, 7-140 per doz. and upwards, La
dies and Geuts' Pocket Handkerchiefs, from
60c. per doz. and upwards, Black :ndColored
Alpacas, 20e. and upwards, Dress Goods,
from 25c., upwards, Ladies' and Geits' Fur
ishing Goods, Housekeeping Goods, Fanev
Good., Ribbons. Notions. &c., from 15 to 2
per cent. cheaper than elsewhere. Samples
sent and ordl-rs promptly filled. All RETAIL
orders from 510.00 upwards, sent per Express
free of ch:arge. A liberal discoutit to whole.
s,t!e dealers. 35-1m.
The Source of*.Many Ill..
If all the ai:ments, bodily at,d mental,
a bich :orteut the human Iamilv eould be
traced to their p: it:ry sources, it would irob.
:lv b- '-iun that three-t'aurths ofrthem orig
illatid in the failure of the s:omch and Il:e
other or:tans by wh ich the lood is converted
il):o :1U:rinltl(lE a:nl applieid [6 the pulpaSes
ot' life, to perfortn tile tasks allotti:d to them
by nature, vigoroily adi regularly. Thi, be.
ing the case the vast importance of a Iedi
cite which nnipis these organs to do their
wihole duty. thorouglhly atit etfvicitly, he
cotne, at otce apparent. ll!otetter's Stm
ach Bitterb may he truly charucterized as a
prep tration of ihir k ind, indeed :is the only
one which c:i be implicitly relied on as com
binin te hpropei tie, of a 5tomuchic, an altir
ative and an aperient itt sueh proportioms-i as
to p:oduce sitrtltatteouly iti deired effect
upon the disord,red stoi cl, liver and inte?.
ties. Tis cotiusion is warranted by the
celerity and certainty with which the Bitters
afford reliet in chronic cases of dyspepsia,
torpidity of the liver and constipation. The
false idea tha: tlc.e complints and others
that grow out of them, conld be cut ed by fierce
catharties, has at hist, it is hoped, been thor
otghly expluded. The sick, during the last
hundred years h:tve swallowed thousands of
tons of mercury, scammonv, gamhoze, croton
oil, jalap, &c , nd tens of thousands ofgraves
have been prematurely filled thereby. But
ever since the principle of renovation, as em
bodied in Hostetter s Stomach Bitters, was
arrdyed against the principle of prostration,
as represented by mineral salivants and furi
ous purgatives, the latter has steadily and
surely fallen into deserved contempt. The
outcry against stimulation by which con
coctors of depleting drenches hoped to give
eclat to their disgusting and dangerous com
pounds has only served to increase the de
mand for the wholesome stimulants, tonic and
alterative which for twenty-five years has tri
umphed over all opposition and is now the
most popular medicine in the Western hem
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Joseph H. Bouknight,
Execution Against Property.
By virtue of an Execution in the above
stated case to me directed, I will sell, at
Newberry C. Hi., S. C., at public outcry,
and to the highest bidder,
On the First Monday in November
The following Real Estate, situate in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
THREE HUNDRED AND
nmore or less, and bounded by lands of
Mark M. Boyd, and Thomas Nichols, and
by the Saluda River, etc. The above levied
Iupon as thte property of William Bouknight.
TERMS CASH. Puarchtaser to pay for
JOHN J. CA RRINGTAN, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, 5th Oct., 1874.
Oct 7, 40-4t. t16
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Benjamin D. Lake, Plaintiff.
.Enoch M. Lake and others, Defendants.
Petition for Partition.
In pursuance of an order in the above
stated case, frotn the Hion. J. C. Leahty.
Judge of Probate for New berry County, I
will sell, at Newberry C. HI., S. G..,
On the First Monday in November
ONE HUNDRED AND
TEN  ACRES OF
mtore or less, adjoiniing lands of John S.
Hair, Estate of Satmuel Dunwoody,, and oth
ers, lying three miles South of Newberry
IC. H., being the Real Estate of which An
na Lak-- died seized.
TERMS-One-third Cash-Balance on a
credit of one and two years, with interest
frotm the day', of-sale, pureLaser givinig bond
with cood ecuityad a mtortg:ge of the
premniie Io the .Jutlte of Probate for the
credit portion. Puirchta.r to) pay for pa
prs. J. J1. CAR R INGTON, s. N. C.
Newa-ry..4.G* Oe'. i;. I S74- It ?16
Stores, Tnn Iare, ae.
'lThe tt.--r,l .. z .i n a.pecifu''iy Vittorms his
fried n, -p h a geerly that lie is
prepared to Tpl
which in quaility atnd price cannot be sur
And with competent workmen and a full
supply of material, to do all kinds of
such as ROOFING, GUTTERING, &c.
In the store are all kinds of TINWARE
from a gtll-cup up.
H. H. BLEASE.
Sep. 23, 38-tf.
OF THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES.
Wood and Coal Heating StoFes,
Fire Place Grates,
Stone and Charcoal
PL AIN. JA~PANNED, STAMPED and PLAN
I SEfD TIN-WARE. in almost endless
' EOOING,GUTTERING, and all kinds o
. JO WOR. atthe lowest prices, out of th<
> etmaterial, in the best manner and wat
ratdtjive full satisfaction, by
W. T. WRICHT,
"Nxdorto Dr. W. F. Pratt, on Main St
an nfotof J. B, Martin's Carriage ani
- D tory, on Boyce Street.
Newberry Business Directory
Cards of Referenco inserted under appro
printe headings in this column. Profe%sion
anikmii,31erchants. Mechanics a:nd Trade,
generaLly.should have a place in this Di
rectory. Ternis moierate.
Dry Goods, Shoes, &c.
MCFALL & POOL.-Wholesa:e and retai:
dealers in foreign and domestic I)r%
(Goouls. Embroideries, Not ions. &c. 4t
t .ICK, P. W. & R. S.-Dealers in Dr%
-a Goods. eitibracing everything in thtl
line. Plantation supplies. 4:
Dry Goods, Greceries, Clothing, Eats, Shoes,
Cotton Buyers, &c.
: OVELACE& WII EELEP.-Dealersin Dry
i11 Goods.Groceries, Clothing. Boots.Shoes,
Hats. General stock of all kinds of mer
OOT, M.-Dealer in General Merchan
F dize. Dry Goods. Fancy Goods, Gro
ceries. Boots and Shoe4. 43
fnOOK. TIIO.-Dry Goods. N.)tions, Cloth
1 ing. Shoes. Hats, and general assort
lient or Grocuries. 43
ILSON, J. M. & CO.-Dealers in Dry
V Goods. Groceries. Clothing, Boots.
Shoes, Hats, Crockery, and general mer
1i^"'NON, T. F.--Wholesale and Retail
Sdealer in General Merchaidize-Dry
Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Plantation Sup
NATHAN, A. A.-Dry Goods. Clothing,
Crockery, Boots and Shoes, and Fancy
Goods. uoo<s of all kinds. 4.
Books and Stationery.
.rHAP.%AN, JOHN A.-Books and Station
ery. A specialty made in 15chool
Stoves and Tin Ware.
W RIGHT, W. T.-Deamer in Cooking_' and
fuat st oves. all styl-s and price-.
.*L*.Lare .asor.tll&I-r 0f"Tinl ar.l:
'EVELL. 11. Y.-Kveps on h:u1t a sple:h
li'Ic ues Fraiuedl. .\atlras.es iinade. .;
.I'.;.LL. L. It.-Meals served at all
hilours. Fre-A& Fish alnd oyster. ins
n Dedtr ii GrVcUrieS, UG)LfeCti0on
A IsEM.\N. W. Ii.-l-i.ident Artist. All
'lstyles of 'ictures taken. Old Pictures
cti,ied and renewod. 43
'AlR. Pl'1E & P1PE.-AItornvs-Prac
f tiece in lail the Cou1rt of this ;ate anI
in the United States 4ourt. 43
OURMAN & SCHUMPERT.-Attornevs
at Law. Practice in all the Court-n of
the State. and in the United States Court. 43
, AEGER, C. G.-Attorney atLaw and Iteg
ister in Bankruptcy for:;td Congression
tit District. Practices in all the Courts of
the State. 43
ONES, IRA B.-Attorney at Law. Oicec
atProsperity,Newlerry Co.. S. C 47
. EAVELL, J. R.-Monuments made to or
tder, and all kinds of marble and granite
work ntatly executed. 43
SPEERS. L. M.-Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Marble. Mounments made
to order in best styles. 43
T EPEl ZANCE 11ALL.-Will be rented to
public entertainments on Monday. Wed
nesday Friday and Saturday nights of each
HAPMAN, JOHN A.-Manufacturer of
C otton Gins, of approved style, and
SHASE, W~M. C. & CO.-Auction and Com-.
mi'ssion Merchant. Sales twice at
-CCAUGHRIN, A. J & CO..-Commnission
MeMrc.hants and dealers in Fertilizers.
Agents for Gower, Cox and Markiey's Bug
gies, Wagons, &c. 43
W EBB, JNO. E. & Co-Cotton Brokers and
Dealers in Bacon, Flour, Grain, Hay.
.SA LINAS, F. E.-Dealer in Groceries and
Plantation Supplies. Cash advanced on
M YES & 31.iRTIN.-Dealers in Groce
ries, Plantation Supplies, Hardware,
ana Cotton Buyers. 43
1EAVE[.L & SPEARMAN.-Grocers and
Provision Dealers, Plantation Supplies
and bdyers of Cotton. 43
,F H ASE, WM. C.-Grocery and Provision
SMerchants, Mollohon Row. 43
Groceries, Canned Goods, &c.
ICKEIL. A. M.-Dea]cr in Groceries, Can
ned Goods, Perfumery, and Toys of all
1OVELACE. A. D.-Groceries, Canned
~Goods, Confectioneries, Tobacco and
, OWERS. A. M. & CO.-Grocery and Pro
L vision Dealers, Plantation Supplies,
Trobacco, &c. 43
SILSON, .J. C.-Dealer in Groceries of all
kinds, Canned Goods, Bagging, Tics.
obacco and Segars. - 43
Confectioneries, Segars, Fruits.
OPECK. J. F.-French and American Con-.
Sfectionery. Fruits, Nuts, Tobacco and
Segars of best kinds. 4
ICKER. A. M.-Candy and Contections
11of all kinds. Fruits in season, Nuts, Sc
gars and Tobacco. 43
yewelry and Watch Makers.
SPECK, .JOHIN F.-Dealer in fine Watches,
SClocks,Jewelry, Silver anud Plated Ware.
Spectacles, Eye Glasses,Fancy Goods, &c. 43
WRIGH T & COPPOCK.-Dealers in Cloth
.ing, andi gentlemen's outtitting gene
ri3.1ly, Shoes, Hats. Trunks, Valises, &c. 43
MR OWER. MRS. D.-iMillinery Goods of all
Jikinds. Bonnets made in latest style.
Also dealer in general nmerchandize. 43
U NTER. MRS. M.-Dress Making after Ia
teat patterns. Orders solicited. 43
PANT. DR. S. F.-Druggist. Wholesale
and Retail De,n!er in Drugs. Medicines.
Chemicials, P'ure Medicinal Liquors and
Gu and Lock Smith.
r IE Z. -L.-palrer andt. Maker of
Guns.itols., Locks, &c. Shelf Goods
and Groceries. 43
Wines, Liquors, Segars, &c.
14 EONA R1D. J1. T. &CO.-Wholesale and Re
f, tail Dt-alers in 'OlTbcc2o. i-gar . P?ipes.
&e. Wines antI Loiniurs ol pure quatlities. 43
.We are now offering
New McClellan Saddles, from $3.50 to $4
Harness, fronm $15 to $50.
Collars, Hog Skin, at 'T5c. to $1.25 each.
Plow Bridles at $10 per dozen.
Fine Sommersetts and Shaftoe Saddles
made to order.
Give us 't call We manufacture, hence
our low prices.
CHAPEAUJ & HEF"FRON,
68 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sep .'iO, 39--3m.
Please call at the Bookstore if you want
to buy a COTTON GIN, and examine one
left there for sale.
PRICE $3.00 PER SAW.
LAKE & GHAPMAN.
Sep. 9, 1874-36-Im.
Who Wants an Organ
Any one in need of one of Needham &Son
Orgaus, will find it to their advantage t4
an.l 21, th HRALOFC
I -Tan_ 9.1 R..-tf.
AS A SPEOIU
AT THE ST
.jV COL U.wJ
TO THEIj LAD)Y EX'krIBJ'
BEST VA R1f ETY o \
WILSON SU TLE
AT THE Sl
.Send vour. 11Pders 'ts onice t'
L. I. I
1 MANAGING AGEN
Highest Award in the Est
North, East, We
For Churches, Parlo
On the 1st of October next.
MANUFACTORY OF SHI
Made of the best materi
chants, Granges and Clubs,
PRICES. You~ng men if you
fitting Shirt, send us your or
General Office, 137 Main S
Sep. 30, 1874-3J-tf.
i. FALL AM
R. & W. C.
Are now opening the larges
UlTS IND GENTS'
That enn be found in the City
IN OUR CUSTON
We have a full line of TORE
SIMERES and YESTINGS,
der in the best manner, and g
All orders wvill have best at
Goods sent C. 0. D., subjee
JN0 .goB 0
mak LBEAL DVNCS o pa e
wihngt si t ite N w Yok B .
to o Careson
PartwsitSTONB RSO wl
&YI CO,,a who wilE stor on1 theT m raon
NE RC' t(OTICE.
Thek NOTESb and DACOUNS ofthe late
rig to Atitoeihat Lw for, olecio.
ottl the sam . o ~o r eor h 1to
Norebe next.n tSe whTTh wimlegl
acto wll calln against allO deinqents
Abll terss, itue whr cord,e hereby
nThfed Tate y a fOUNTd of the late
placed hing he ihns o omitt inr
an dpeAtons wae,hat they cllecin
te set tt the ue nt of the ast o
S aion ilb an an staldlnuns
iBM, S. C.,
JN TiH E LARGEST AND
VORK DONE ON TIE
T AT NEWBERRY,
_N G 1,VIL ON
0 A1 YINNAU
nation of the People, South,
t, and in Europe.
rs. &c., kept for sale.
we-will open A SOUTHERN
11,. will be furnished to Mer
it NEw YoRK WHIOLESALEJ
vant an easy wearing and nice
der for THE PALMETTO
ORE & COZBY,
Agents for South Carolina.
treet, Columbia, S. 0.
IA, S. C.,
t, most elegant and stylish
IGN and DOMESTIC CAS-j
which we are making to or
tto inspection. SLp3,~-f
- Fever & Agne -
losa nd .eils adta my
Chre ar Moeae
A hr fpbi atoaei oiie
and saifcingaated ilawy
be oun intbcoffce
. ii. BLESE, gnt.
Sin.'fivg Hundred s per : Week.r
pa r.l a ontac-'- M e s & l 1 r i
-s cinhr all the~Iu above I artie~sa
re a ~ iit a , age nt, st- i m rorl
Chares a:ntre oerasten
- he o ui paroe is taticine
-e foun nth c y c. ereb n tosl0.
Sck kepth on renhe erns.dyuee
A dres . .BLERW, et
Sept. 10. 320MnSt et , rsol en
epcfll y Hendeds ther eek.h
citizens of en br and to aisu rouning
elogntp ae s ent. Btp. AYr, onlr.
package . Dole t M asyu, tr.n
pakg- efr 5 Send.for.a38-mpl
Old John Robinso
PUSITIV-LY THE ONI
THAT WILL EX]
Puring the Traveling Sei
IjLil JOIiA1 ROl
Indisputably the Largest Exhibil
7housands of Living Animals,
Myriads of Birds, Colonic
Schools of Amphib:
0 IMfPOS,'IBILITIES P1R4MI1:ED: WE GUARIANTE:
SE-.NT Ohl THlE MoNET RE]
OUR MATCHLESS OR(
EMBRACES TEE LARGEST AND I
IN TIE NVORLD. CONTAINING LIVING
" They ircent in bro and brco, ?into
The maale and thtefemuale as God h&
anong which are the follo1fwing Spehal tedes ,w
rMOARK WLL TEHE
WE ILLEXHBI ATECHPAC
housan& o stiing Anil,00i
L~yria&sof Bir& A lon
School of A Phi
OUrle MACHES Oth rae
EMB RACGESC O
CREA TR'SEET ATlPdY-I
lthey wt ins fro an tato, toe
-isitnghha the following S HOW Coeti~
WEOLLXIBIA esa, OCEt
diso HER COnt ;LChIrN(U
Y LARGI slw
2", S. C.,
ason of 1874.
ion in the World.
's of Monkeys,
ia, Miles of Reptiles.
E TO EXHIBIT ALL WE REPRE
SPECIMENS OF OUR
-oah into the Ark.
id commanded Noah."
iich we Guarantee to Exhibit, OR
HfE GREAT SHOW VISITS
ack SumatPan Rhino00F0sI
IN AMERICA !
1b FEET HIGH!
Horned and 3 Eyed
ovine from the Holy
ONLY ONE EVER EXHIBITED!
e Not Owned or Con
t is the
NEST IN THE WHIlRLD!
AND 6.30 P. M.
ith ALL THE LINES
? TICKETS, good on
iable parties desirous of
>N EARTH during the
)on't forget the date.
AY, OCT. 20.
ider 10 Years 50