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Ix3a= To NEW ADVERT1sEENT.
L. R. Marshall-Fresh Fish.
John C. Dial-Hardware, &c.
J. Melghan-Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Thos. E. Bramlette-Card to the lablic.
J. H. Kinard-Dry Goods and Millinery.
Win. Lester and others-Executors Sale.
J. N. Ba&-New '%ddle and U;aIness Shop.
J. M. Wheeler and D. B Wheeler-Notice.
G. Diercks-Gro.eries, Liquors, Cigars. &c.
Joan Agnew & Son-Hardware, Groceries,
J. B. Leonard & Co.-Tobacco, Segars and
SWheeler and D. B. Wheeler-Exe
sa.pson Pope and J. Wistar Gary-S:.le
of Valuable Real Estate.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy .survey
"A View of the Broad Road," will
receive a place in next week's HERALD.
It came too late for this week.
Mt;1cIrit ELECTION.--The votes
in the contest between the Citizens' and
the Dry Ticket have been nearly all
casit, and the indications, as we go to
press, are, that the formet is ahead.
J. B. LEONARD & Co.-Attentionl is
called to the card of this flourishing
house. Their sales in tobacco and se
gars. we are told, have been unprece
.dertedly large, while their stock is kept
up to the most approved standard.
PERsoNAL.-We are pleased to ac
knowledge a visit to our sanctum from
Dr. T. G. White, lately of Chappell's
Depot, but now of Beaufort, S. C. The
Doctor is one of the energetie, practical
kind of men so much needed now-a
Don't sneak around the corners to
avoid us, and to spend your cash, while
you owe us. Debtor we mean you.
4g.-sf McFALL & POOL
BIG RADISHES.-Mr. Samuel Chap
man, of this County, will accept our
thanks for a trio of whopping big rad
ishes of the black Spanish variety, and
which aire so highly esteemed. The
largest measured 19 inches in circum
ference and 9 inches in length, the
other two a fraction less.
SAL.E-DAY--As a Sale-day, Monday
was an exceedingly small affair, a few
white men were in town, but the color
ed people were scarce. Some little real
estate was sold by the Sheriff, 70 ace
bringing $1,410; 126 1.2 acres, $430:
110ares, $1.210; and 80 acres, $~370;
besides a few horses and old buggies by
Major K. The latter went off cheap.
Messrs. Burr J. Ramage & Son will
accept our thanks for a bottle of the
Liquid White Potash or Lye. It is said
to be an excellent article for soap
making and for all cleansing purposes.
We shall give it a trial, in the mean
time our readers can call on Messrs.
Ranage & Son and procure a bottle.
Mandarin Teas, the best, purest and
cheapest, -at Mrs. D. Mower's. Price,
7c., $1.00 and $1.50 per lb. 13-.tf
BEAV r'---We have seldom seen
anything handsomer than the mantel'
pieces and grates exhibited by Mr.
Asher Palmer, of Columbia. They are
marvels of beauty not only in style atnd
finish but in material, Hie has besid<
some gems of parlor and office grattei
and coal stores. A visit to his estab.
lishment will pay. \ *
We want every dollar owing us.
Come up and settle your bills like men
with McFALL4 & POOL.
GOOD.-We learn that Capt. Adan
Kibler, of Prosperity, aged 64. and hi
two lhttle sons, aged 9 and 14, witi
sixeen days and a half hired hoein
made six bales of cotton, and five hun
ded bushels of corn. Catpt. Kible
never fails. to makde corn enough an<
to spare, and his plan, we are told,i
shallow cultivation. We like to heai
of such successful planting as the above
PLEASArT MEN-ION.-Our youni
ownman, John E. Webb, we ar
pleased to notice, has returned home a
a Benedict. He went to Alabama ti
assist in the marriage of a friend, an<
being a business man and far awn:
from home, he wisely and happily mad
a finish of a matrimonialj engagemen
of his own, by which Mr. J. E. Web
on the one part and Miss Mattie Web
of the second part were made on
flesh. May their webb of life be ur
lq... -ad r.leaahit.
On Wednesday last, final b!asts from
the regular republican horn were blown
by Judge Mackey, Honest John Patter
son, Judge Cooke and Jas. Dunhar-':
We did not hear them, but have been
told that Patterson opened the last vial
of bitterness and poured it out freely.
We trust that such speaking will be
heard no more forever.
In the evening a large number of
citMzens, white and colored, were ad
dressed on the other side by 1essrs.
Seabrook, Sullivan and others.
Fresh arrivals of latest styles Milline
ry and Dry Goods, at
43-t f McFALJ'& POOL'S
DEATIS.-We learn with deep sor
row that the family of Mr. David Wede
man. of Pomaria, is again in mourning
over the death of a child-little Hugh
-who died last Wednesday of dipthe
ria. We tender our sympathies to the
We learn, also, that the family of Mr.
Luther Long. of this County. has been
bereft of two children-all thuy had
by that scourge diptheria. One of the
little ones died on Tuesday and the
other on Wednesday of last week. We
feel deeply for the family.
unfortunate accidents which occur from
the careless handling of fire-arms, hap
pened near Pomaria on Saturday last.
A son of Mr. Ben Counts, aged 15 years,
together with a negro man. started on
a rabbit hunt. The two had scarcely
got away from the honse when the g91
held by the lad exploded, the comentS
striking the negro in the head, the top
of which was blown entirely off. Death
was immediate. An inquest held on
Sunday rendered a verdict in accord
I anee with the facts-accidental shoot
TnE INDrAN GiRL has at length de
veloped into the full grown woman
and is more,gracefuil and beautiful than
in the first blush of girlhood. In keep
ing with this she has enlarged her use
fulness by adding to the retail business
of Perry & Slawson's a wholesale trade.
and it is a pleasure to say that in this
new and enlarged sphere she is quite
successful, for while the retail dous not
lose any attention the wholesale depart
ment is kept to the mark in splendid
style, and the whole country can now
be supplied with any quantity of the
best segars. tobacco, &c. Do not forge,
this, ye dealers, patronize the Indian
Girl, Columbia. 44-t.
List of Lettcers remiining in the Post o-i
I flee at Nc berrv, S. C.:
.1;:m(s Abntms, G. L. Becik, .rs. T,
!C..oke, ,1. P. C:umeron, Slimonz C-Ali.m, .1. F.
Den,on, D. P. Dobbins, J:;cjl) Fulmer, Y. J.
Frire, Jno. Fec:r, (cxre Adan Raff,) 11. T,.
Fers, Mor-imer Glover, Alexauder S.
Gant, .J. W. Hlubb:ird, S:le HIill, Joel B.
leler, Mrs M. E. He:.son, Win. C. Joem
son, James L Kelley, Rhbert Li,ir.bee, R. N.
Lowance, Jio. B. Lathan, B3ryant Luna,
Jarett Lytes. Wmn. Mathews, JT. F. McCle,!
an, R. McGowan, Jno. a. Owcas E!dia
Penn, (care Mr. Falls,) Mrs. Mary E . Prince.
R. WV. RIidgely, C. G. R.nsor, Wmn. M. Rib
ardson., Mrs. Mary Seun, Pa:rick Smith, G.
L Sease, J. Hi Smith, D.>llie Thmmpson, G.
H. Taylor, Jno. W. t'aylor, Thos. Williams,
Jcob Williams, Henry Young.
THiANKS.-Our thanks aire due Mr.
W. J. Duffie, of Columbia Book Store
fame, for tihe means of pleasantly whil
ing away occasional leisure hours.
To Mr. C. F. Jackson, the great Dry
Goods man of the same fair city, for an
:n-ticle ornamlental as well as useful.
To Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, Col
umbia, for one of the cutest little con
trivances ever seen. It may well he
denominated the housewife's del igh t.
To the charming Indian Girl for sev
eral A 1 smokes.
To sundry others for cards, published
and noticedl particularly elsewhere, and
To the intelligent junior of the house
of R. & W. C. S.. for another expres
sion of his high regard for the HERALD.
He persists in calling it. the best paper
in the country, and continues to ask,
how we do it. We answer it just comes
Each of the above will accepthi
Dm:ALs ILumnWARtE STou.-One (f
the best arraSngedl and most compullete
toks of Hlardwa:re and Agricultural
Implements in the State, is that of John11
C. D)ial, of Columbia. The store roons
being built and fitted expressly for the
purposes usedh, strike the beholder at
first sight on their admirable arrange
ment, as that every article has its proper
place, where it can be seen and got at
without difficulty or delay. And such
a varied and excellent assortment as is
there on exhibition too, gives the pr
chaser the satisfaction of knowing that
he can get anything that he may need.
whether of American or Foreign make.
A visit to this establishment will repay
any one, andI it is adlvised not to make
tn inspection simple of the main or
front store room, but to continue through
into tihe back store rooms, and dlown
into the large cellars, that everything
and plaec may be seen before stopping.
It wil pa. it.
Ku Kiux.-Stoppinig at Alston on
the Greenville and Colunbia R. R., on
Thrsday last for a comfortable break
fast, in which we were not disappointed,
after a ver pleasant visit to Columbia
-hich city was left without the abo)ve
mentioned comforting meal--and with
the best feelings not only for self, btt
the rest of mankind, without thought of
personal violence or accident, just as we
were about to step from the plaitform to
the ears we were Ku Kluxed by 31r.
IJohn Eikins. The attack was so unex
pected. and Conductor Brazeale in such
haste to move on, that we only had time
to pocket the imatter and take cars.
Susquent examination proved that
inte:ul1 of damamge received we werec
possessed of some of the celebrated Ku
Klux corn, some of which every farmer
in the land ought to have. It can be
had at $5 per bushel, or 253 cents an ear.
~jIt is certainly the most productive corn
we have ever seen.
ARGE STocK.-One- of the largest.
finest and cheaupest stocks of Crockery.
Glassware and Fancy Articles, both or
tnamentatl and useful, can be found at
Ithe store of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath,
SColumbia. Their assortment comprises
Severything which can be called for.
-Do not niiss the place when visiting the
cit...ndr the Columbia Hotel. 42.2
Mr. W. P. BELL iS the only agent we
have in Newberry County for the sale
of our. Sewing Machine, and he is alone
authorized to make collections for us.
We take pleasure in recoimendingi
hin to the uniidence of the people of i
N-wberry Coanty as a gentleman <f1
cl:,racter and star.ding, and ask for
him a liberal support. Can be found
when not tr..velling. at the Dry GooIS
StIOre of J. 1). Cash. Newberrv C. IT.
TIHE ST'GER MANUFACTUING
Nov. 3, 1A74-3t.
A WOmD TO THE WIsE.-No go
opp'r:nIity should ever be negle'-ted to
give g4od advice, and as it is in our pow
er ne to do so we embrace the chance
promptly. 'Tle State Fair comes off in
ti eity (f Columbia on next week.
commening on 'uesday, and as it will
be an oceaion w hich will attract many
pevoiple from this section, and a m:jori'y,
if not all of them. will tnake purchases
there of one kind and another, we take 1
pleasure in recontMen1ding thim
For )rv Goods, Millinery,&c., to the
store of Mr. J. II. Kinard.
And also to that of Mr. C. F. Jack- I
son leader of low price, for Dry Goods, 1
Clothng( of every description, ail
inis' under ',arments of all kinds can
b'! fo,und at !he stire of It. & -V. c
Swalield, and Messrs. Kinard & Wiley.
' For Boots, Shoes, IIats, Trunks, no
bet ter place (an be found.than at Capt.
Iartiware & Agricultural Implements
of all kinds at Mr. J. C. Dial's, and at
Mes.rs. John Agnew & Son's.
Groceries at John Agnew & Son's
the-e gentlemen haive two .stors,
Groeries ragain, together with Wines,
Liquors, Lager and Oysters at Mr. G.
Niereks', and at Capt. Jno. C. Seegers'. t
Crockerv, Glassware, &c., at the in
rivalled store of Kingsland & Heath.
Segars. Tobacco, Pipes. Canes can be
found of the best at Perry & Slawson's.
Stov.e, M1antels. 'Tin-ware in endle.s
variety of Mr. Asher Palmer. -
Perfimery, Toilet Articles or 'Yed- ;
cines of Dr. E. E. Jackson.
If vou have anything broken or want
anything made in Iron or Brass go to
the Foundry of Goldsmith & Kind.
If you want a book to read or Sta
tiorer, of ainy kin(, or fancy article, no
better place :can be found than the store
of W . Dulie.
Ind hist. but which should have been f
fi:-st for a (iet. cozy retreat,where the
innerl m:m will be bountifully and satis- e
fivtorily supplqied. and where good.
e.Inrfortable beds can he obtained, and a
ll thmse li:e attentions which men
:an- wonen so much look for when
from home, we reConmmend the ptr1*
vatv ho:rding house of Mrs. Breazeale,
1rmIer.ly of Helena. This house is )n
Main Stree*t antd overt the Dry~ G.ood
stoe of \Ir. J. HI. Kinard, and is key
in capiital style.
If ev'ery want of Faiir goer's anud
oter:ts v,isiting Cohnnbntia canniot be Slip
pi'.d by the above natmed persons and
oses, then we pronounce them ex
eedingly hard to please. Each stole
eumrated is on the main street.
Awo'r -r'HE TOWN AND) COUNTY.
T1he weather is cold and dry-a
havy. killing frost was seen this morn
There hats not been so favorablea
seasonl f(ir cotton pi;.king in y'ears, atnd
there is v'ery little in the fields now~ to
The low pirice keeps it back, howe
ir. fot' those farmers whio are not obligedl
to sell are watn )o ette'r price.
l'nfor'tunaitely this makes mtoney.
scarc'e, that is our exper'ience in theI
HEAnw oflice. Very few have kept
their promises to pay.
As Gen. McGowan said in his famous
speechi la.st Tlhursiday, we woul like to1
ut a red hot coal on the backs of skiow
paing stubscr'ibers and wake them up
front their terrapin craw.l. Wake up,
and take up the crys of reform and let
the printers expet'ience the benefit of it.
Speaking of McGowan's speech,wasn't
it good, now?~ It had the ring in it
whicih hats ntot been heard in years. No
inendiarinsm in that for it came from
an honest native.
There wasn't a man in that assem-ti
bIge who did not feel better for thait
speech. HIe madle it plain to the (lullest
and stubbornest w.~hat was the matte
Old Capt. II. said he felt like a bo
again. Well, it w as goodl. Next week
his election w~ill be announced.
Tiher'te were1' men out whlo have not
heard a public sp)eecht since the war.
We couldl go on and writ.e a para:
graph or two more about it but that we
iust give way to other matters.
'We hear oif diptheria in the County
still, it is about Poma.ria.
It is pleasant to learn that the wife of
Mr. Thios. W. IIolloway. is slowly b,ut
surely recovering fr'om her p)rotracted
Why don'tt our friends send us the
news front difl'erent sections of theI
County. Every one likes to hieart what|
is going on. If it is only a haby which
is born the commication of that fact
will give p;leatsure.
Remnember' that marriages, deaiths,
births. ligzhts, fox hunts, cotton pickings,
c 'rn shiuckigs, etc., are always in or
de if the writer is short anid spicy.
Thei next thing in order is for sonije
of those g.'ntlemen who promised to
coec and settle soon to do so. We
shlli in a short time write obituary no
ti (es of therm.
Our male readers are advised never
to ocanv a beid with another man if it
can he avoided. We tried it late1y and
our expei''ence was very' unsatisfactory.
We ihad as soon tr'y to sleep withl an un
A few tutrkeys are wanted by the peo
p(eif this town, and farmers are beggeCd
to bring some in. together with chik
ens, butter and eggs.
Peas are scarce in this neighborhood,I
but few being offered for sale. Bring
Ithem in farmers.
Prof. N. Schmidt is in town, and w'.ill
tune pianos for atll wvho signify a desire
fr his services.
A big hunk of wedding cake. three.
wh.'loping radishes, and one bottle of
sop compound, all in one day. If to
the above we could add that two or
three subseribers camie in atnd paid their
does we would feel all right.
ISubscriptiou papers are a~oat for
ev yv oect under the sun. uSmetimnes
our rcevipts nre .5 ets. a week, and out
of ::at we :r-e e:led upon to contribute
91. It, hard, hat it has to be dtone to
keep up our popilarity.
We :ire ghad to notice that "W:i.i
is all right. We were afrad he hIad
me to the lappy huto-m i grotnd.
Wonder where OMr Black Jack, Pros
p -rity. Pontaria. IIani-ctailble, :il
Xther corsohnshavi, gone ti).
After the elec1tionflpo th:ydall
Er this ek' IPTr relhi1' ;olle
>f ir distait re:alerc. the votes will ),
ct hic shaIl devide wNho will i
AIl))1(s are coming in from the old
1 orth A.:alt In gaiu bnac.
ndqun ly dmpling ,. wvith butter
An u) toWn rf'rCh:tmt mved his
toek lowii toii with sUCh ff-h-l itV L.t
ve!, that pwop!I- iin the immedp-liIte
wi;i>:>,~ritoodt dirt niot k now it.
-ulvertsinglcots)monY."* So <does
torei rent, So < :ll gOod ati useful
in. Te oect of
it tt) ea:s n man to expent money,
)t to nake it.
A'.vert ise in your County paIer if you
v:,nt ip(0>lo to know dhiat yon have.
Cotlin rolld in l:tt week in great
.\ hir took fri.iht n-:tr the stv:-t1
nill Lit wet-k at a perf'orn.:inee on the
i!ht f:ltnsti< to.., and buIt for the nerve
f the lriver danagre would hive l>wen
Tt, Kmi. .A (Cry.-To Landl>rds
h folr 1ries for vac:i11t ]is.
Sever reopir ;oor hioussi. Ask exor
Oit:nt rents. Exteid 11o :eceiumaoda
itns ti '
it to S!tain your paper. Charge
bI priics for yur tLoods.
To litiTnil:mlt atnd W:trdons -IIeap up
xes. Con down heavily on licences
a trates an16 professions. Never re
ai- your silewalks and streets.
Tot lie Citizens gcnerally-Be sure yoN
av a little in votir town, a1s Vol possl
' v can. Ser.l :iroad for everything
OU iee'md. Nezlcct vour schools and
hurchtes. Cmrse and abuse your town
evnerallv, :und avoid all new comers :s
Cat tis oit :nd] paste it up in a con
Nnw YoKX. Novembur 2.-C(,,on held
. r;is:de.- 5t, at 14.15. Gold firmer
A Lr TA N -embe-r 2.-Cotton dull and
0om i:tai ulIhing 1.3:13T.
C't t1LSTOS, Novremer 2.-Cotton in
ir d hmai v: liye:; offering inside rates
'li 14' 1-1.
I.tys.o0ot, Noveii er 2.-Cotton a shile
77r- phr, 7,2 (Wrln' 0
Ntewaiuiy, Nov:;I!her 2 -%otCo m
;I'es Shipip d diuring wee.-, 1,701.
f rogress;,mi i enerpring j firms uwe
wir ies lon: e. I lt:owar .n nis 1-e mor
,..i-cT.. l'I,e~ I:e I a in:.p :m d I Iil I feaIds.
ii.e-I 'i have <ce int) such nieral uIse hy
i:h) does' b ntiuse them:u, anrd the custom1)
bloni ne g.''tialiy adOpe- by th1e Counitry
WI tx;-: ETVANS &: COGSWLiLL. Charles
At, ', C lit 'oi Lxner ma11 Uo lields (if
1' gr:i i and' at the nmost reawonabtle prices.
end to tiinm for.ferms airwl priCes.
By the way, Mesi:s. WALKER,. Ev.txs &
osw.ELL are guiring u;i and! selting like
o: ente,s somfe xce!l!eiut book+ for our Mer
hnts. One, the Mlerchaniiii' Cotton Book,
cr epinig e.,rrect aiccounts of the purtchaLses
id shiptlr.(tuts of Cotton; tIhe othter, tire
*Iewhantr' BItl Book, for readdlIy knowinrg
.w the pr menits oun their customeitrs' totes
.nod actounrit -tanri. Both bhooks arc excee
nrgir oiiplete, anid answer the purpose exc
The Season of Iunterm:ittents.
All mniasnmatie comnplaints, in other words,
II itisi;rder, geunerai ted by unwhiolesome ex
ali)tion urotni the earth or water, are preva
it .2t thIis S:sea:. Ini every section subject
o ileC v.i,Iiin o:' hever and aigu-- or ether
)Irms of itO:ermittenmt disease, the cets
:hich piodrce thre-e ma ladies are now active
C It work. Ti , theCrefore, is a period of the
ear whten thre inihabitant s of such districts
borid priepaie their systcms to meet tire un
iholeomec conditjin or theL atnmosphmere, by a
urse 0f tonlic andi tve ticatmnernt.
ed b'y time anid <xperience , as a means of
ortifg the system togainist alhl endemic and
piderric matodies, stanrds Hostetrer's Stomn
eh Ititte'rs. Wh'oever has traveled in the
et or Sothl knows full well tire esteem in
vichhh this iuecomrparable prevenitive and re
torative is hrebl throughout tese regions. It
s literally a dome'stic stap!e in the swampy
md mphitic- localities wlhih lie orn tire bor
iers oIf many'l of our large rivers andri in the
iceighblorhzoud I f our soutthrern bayionl5 and
tgos ow. i the t'mre when the inhabai
iit, of all rmahlaiou.is ditric'ts should rut
itve' troin byit a course of this powezrul
-eeal anadorte. By this ime-nis te leteblest
e-idenit o: ani unheI air sod mar e-cape thre
e:iee,, whInch withou&t the aid of th is poitenit
Uv' oft nature, will bie aplt sO overtake thre
rii r'o.s. Chills :rn:' fever, billions rnmit
entk, con-tritin ireumatism,n dvspep'ia
im i manyr othrer crornphaittnts tire fr. qutently
'on;'lt on by. tIre C:ipries of temperature
mra . atriatrions of dry cold and excessiv.
n1iti Curiommon it onr elimatle at the comn
nicemtnt or spring. Let all1 who decsire2 to
aoid threse ditre,sinrg alIhnents take the
i:'ers ias ai uateguard 41-4'.
It is Not binerally Known
Thatt the shotesit possile route between
:he Sonrl - :,n"Geat Wie.t is throu-lb St.
,ouis, over :he St. Loli, Kanrsas dl Qtnnd
Nor the(rnI iori ILine. Th lis r:a 1 hlas gainedt
.ri-Ilingtt! i,np ~ortaneu by reason oft i mmn-se
:xped Ii:n-s ini lie !at to yu-ils, of over
:wo.~ mi;lAhm dl r1, hei*.s eminr, in imi
piir- ntsit of r itd-iay. h: reb:ying :heir
ii ne i: tb.-t q uity o newV stee.l andt ir*on
maile, in brro.di inew ti-', -'ndt -iihm-I in ing
or or-lUnary: eat , new.' reeiiingi chitrcah
iigt n . iah Ioe ioveni'ne it r - !am I
lue-. andemieniri and frmilie- trave i-g n ith
tine runrr six fa-*t F.x\res t i.'l'p herte th.e
thain ay~ irioi I..... d.. -ceiii& ' i h all
I:'. b:I.d.,rd l me lern.ar- lees for
iinpc the r..I herr and a'iiftir the pa,2sage
detr. WI .t ar imond i :oerontemnplating~ a
trip W t-' t-i the u t. I.'uis, Kanisas City
and N'rGr "i' Lie. teing tire only
ICe runingI tLOingh ear- betweenr St. Louis
and. t mfl.i -ad lor' tickets over this excel
!eilt 'te we rtefe -rour :eudrs to any ticket
.a:.et s-lingron-'tWh ''ekets to lhe West. For
ina 1Cm.irent!i rs antd Tlime tatbles adt hres
eitheXr . . F. McCarthyr, Citnc;tinnti, 0.; tir P.
B Groat, S-. I ouis, Mo.,- eiher ot' whom
wil frrtn-h anyt' inrfor'mttiorn desired. 4-it
J. B.2[OXRI) (O.,
WVhilesale andi Reitail Dealers ini
imported and Domestic Segars,
Of wicht we alwayvs hlave on hrand a large
and sperior stock.
Imported and Domestic
Wies and Liquiors
OF BEST QUALITIES.
Alays in s-- Pure Northn Carolint
n'RiN W~I!iSKEY, API''LE arid P'E.CE~
. B. LEONARD & Co.
oe A, A4--m
FAILL AND WiNTER
V[Tli\ '\N) D HATS
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARD & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
flesecifllyannoncethat till-:! Stock Of
01.01111: G~a i L JD.TS is c i ''lte,u i will
be: kep a In t he .w;:;n is tI -inarg--t
i h y. :mil ill bt sOd at LOWIaT
iil'T S HAiTS H.ATS
WV00jL IN FELT SILK
50e, up to $8.o.
Sear.;' Shirts and Drawers
in 6ilk and Merino.
i ' anad Yoluhs'! Clothing,
Styles'. Fah-l1ioable ( Ut.
0 ies Suls5 $6, $8, $ 10,
:2, $15, and up to 80.
1EN,MFAIV T it-\KN. VALISE-. SILK
S.31ME11:.LA.S. and11; GINIAM. in
;rrkat vari(-tios. LOW IN PRittE.
) f. 21, .2-t f.
UlHtiiH & (9I1POCK
il . hl'o-a-mre of :1n11ouncin to tIhe
citiz-n' of .\ewh';rr y and surrojundinae coun
trY, ti !hwY have nww in sore
A Ful1 and Elegant Stock
.11 -1L;L INI) ~VXElft
Cloth1i1g, Hats, Caps
And a compirte assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
Al o whih -% nifl be sold at prices to suit
An is;e:ion of our stoek is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
'I 7, 4!-I.
STLVE .R jRATES
I have i'I rIeeivaI a
Ceiebratedi Cotton Plant
DiPRtOVED) COOKlN(G STOVE,
the oven of this Store has been enlarged,
STANDS AT THE HEAD
of all other Cooking Stoves. A
Large Variet.y of Other Cook
line aL-SOrtunet of
among which .s A NEW A RTIGLE of a
Frani: in S:uve, neveri beflore brought to
hemarke-t, whieb is pu up for Exhibition,
e public are invited to call and examine
A splendid assortment of
CRATES AND MANTELS,
te hanid -omesit thait h as ever com'- to ti
pace. Thiey are of the very Litcst styles
OIct 11, 4-4 COLUMBIA, S. C.
UNIT EDi STATES OF AMElIlCA.
-OISTR1(' OF SO)UTf H 'A 110
Ex Parte.-U. J1. Ramai;g', Assignee.
Petition to Sell Real Estate, &c., of Bank
Pursuant to the order of His Honor,
Jdieo George S. BryanO. JTudge of the Dis
trit (Gourt (of the Un ited States, for the Dis
tict of Suh (Garolina, passed in the ab'ove
'ted ae:ion, I w II sell, at public outcr',
at New her: '. Court Ii uu-e, South Garohint,
)u JPnday, the &:centh Day of
all of the Re-al E<tate of Nathan A. Hunter,
The House and Lot
in the town ot'NewhIerry, whereon said
Bankrupt re i.eS, conttainling
more or less, uponl v.hich is a good tw o
s:or anIwep ing louse, andi all n,ecessary
out.nildigs, adjiping. 1.0n15 of the Iliprist
andl Lutheran Churches, B. F. Grittin, Jr.,
.bt.n .J. Carr ing:oni and o:hers, Ironting on
within1 thc corporate ihits of the~ town1 ot
New berry, contaitning
more or les.-, 'nd a joining lanids of Estate
of' lIon. Job1 J1ohnt~o:-, dhe'd., Joseph1 Bos
ton~ and othe-rs, and Iron: inl on1 Caldweli
Street. A j,0, tha1.t ether ot, known1 as the
ltt.0on- wit h ohre is a W'ood and Blac
smith Shopal, lyini th town tof0 NewberryI.
tadjoini:ig lot- of Geourge Doland, Duiane
Mower a' t:hers, at'i ttfroning on Cal
well indi HarriLgon Streets, t he samue con
IOne. Fourth of an Acre,
mor or les Th aove Real Estate is
v:u-l, T : l tI ied into conven
tel o'n ihe day of 5nie.
TI \ OF 'ALE.-One-ha!! cash, the
bd::. on' --0 twelve n,onl.hs time, to be se
cure byO the~ bond of th purchaser and a
mor tga'e of te pre. ss the bon;d to bear
nterest from1 the- day of sae I' rchasers
to pay for papiers.
I will also sel!, at the same time and
Tihe Choses in Action
of satil Bankrur't.
BURR J. RAMAGE,
Assignee of the Es:ate of N. A. Hunter,
ler. I16, 1S74-42-7t.
Who Wants an Organ?
A ny one in need of one of Needham & Son11
Orgaes, will find it to their advantage tc
apply to the HERALD OFFICE
Jan. 21, 3--tf.
-y n-P (
McFALL & POO'S
Emporium of FASHION
A.11d loil8 Ill-101E
And Wi tContinue WiXth
Varied Progranl e
lit all the L(Itest No
Emgihm a u Geat i
FULL TOIlEY8 FOR LADIES3
OGcntlemen's l'iece Gouds, i I
C orsisiuRS. and (F ()'I1 SI I ,5.
GooIs o.aM l(i:7.-Is.
One~~~~~ ok r ,cn : Igof e ve,ry
art:c i our to i nue-3lImnery and Drv
anii aIS ne L.i d-t rI'!;Il.d to g-ive lS tis. aU v
faclionl io ve- on , bou:! ;1n W::d1iy of1,0!
go(ds ad pii 3, we :VSW*eL.:-iy oiicir. n n
cariv vi:it !-o:gn o r r id : utomers.
hir TEliMS are STMCTLY CASI frum;
and aftIer th: ide.
sept :N ' : it Mc?'.EE a POOL.
Silk and Straw Goods,
Wo ITE 0DS,
Kid Gloves, Fo
Parasols, and- a
H and kerchiiefs.
N.ow openCi at
Mriis. RL MOWER'S,
L~NDER llERALD OFFICE. E
Oct. '7, 4'1-rL - -
Ladies, Gent;emen and Youth
o)fNewberry and sunrroun ding country,3
C. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C., mm~
Can show, and ii once shiown can senl you, te
TIIE LARGEST VAlRIETY OF
AND AT o
Thanli ever beforn exibited in tis market.
Ilii stck embi.races iil
Dress Goods, toni
l:UFFiJN(; and II.AlBURG EDGINGS,
RI IIONs. 25,-. a yard. wvoii h 5ui*. aini 7e. ~
0rer pro 1 mply ndd1. u
C. F. JACKSON,
ILE.DE OF1 Lt(OW Pt ICES whia
Oc t 7, 40-tif.
THlE GRE.AT SOUTHERN ]
kr~h~tt, ~ & Cu (
2i5 KING STIEET, CH.1ILESTON, S. C'. da
THE CHEAPEST i:,
T HIS SIDE OF NEW YORK. stoe.
FORi PL:ICE-.-IEE LCA~L. G]
_ _ C
Ntic tshreygveihteil p
FELIIC. RHM gle
t - dischar ..se Gu ardian Jfn lc umr e
* ~FELIX P. GRAHAM. gle.
Oct. 20, 42-st. Guardia. J
ry Goods, Grocerie., *e.
AT T ilE
JU MILE HOUSE
Fa! and Winter Goods
.tat s c,i of countrY
al i:t..s a ls.
CEAP F CASH.
A G mumj. of Good
v a Ve:'y ., aili vonsid".'alin.
1 r11n !o toan :0r1r. i theCn,
y:: .1e:na et thea almnozt at %our ve:r
SPS091 P.I KlRD.
opri' brath: Your M1c:e
I0 60I Ih 3. lid4O.'S o l
e r:i have em ui me th toe.e
oith , at :d chv-apelit -toc::,
RY COOD-Z. ;)R%-S GD a:ll I)(
TCS -or n ht'. a in~O Nue:inry a nd I~th
.V :.i:.:t myn 1r'.. sto .s t o at
t a' amIe nut onl v the
e, bu. a 1 ut : ra c ot ofN
'S, for :ie.g em n a!n.1 youth,
eand. hand!onme steek in the artai. 4
w rd, - bu t ! a r asonment of,
T,11 .NG. firw :;al ICo11:.W1, as nelJl ;.s
T H A TF
0! w -::.of te! n. f:tm-ly ca n be
I e.n b li at
iALLE SHT! 187
i 4 . t ir or f' :.i
The he tg,o f hive b nu-tn
r the People pofi gNewbry, t
for I ti ~ res t of miakh:0, a:r i v, . I
:tmevriv' C t i' :he, Hz. ae, i.
nd b mn nXo !a - Par',n Sie ma ia'.
oudtl th.e a 'ecinti ofat careo
, ed at pub~ie geineratly toce
act :ht they'. ~ C! aihid ta
:ire 'Sock, Ter c in g o pry oods
ons,Cloti dg,Uo 's, ohoe i l"t', Ch
1 and ' .. Wood n ;C.:Ireod, be .vrit
h haveC beer ie m niJ rea t carec
in th bet housep lineltiore ajtf prices
d, th e Ji~ . .e tee stifiedathaot
au pleaseon you b eu s e t anell s
1lit t ao n.u Thz e re bin pla nic,
moneypi'iui t.r nItial eabCtl t us
a :t. rces w'it h i ti-.:ch xo :!. In
nka lO'tice :i;rt' nt ofRL Sa.-:en
Awrican, J. e Cane oods & .,
derS the . ir naeoJ.\. W ILSO(0.
aed tO"' ourlate fr iltl1 lUie-se make
aNR Ho h :lne BNEASEE
o u -.- vr of J. ~ 1 w ill appl.
t.' l7 . J1. C eh.Jdeo rbt
mbe ne owec'vn a etlarget a:d flec
borg aoos, conditn ofW.H Lae
PSS .0 . W B COl!.,
are ow man-22ig te buie.,wl
Souced Pig Feet, C
Family Mackerel, p
Diamond Hams, E
Sea Foam, T
Butter (rackers, St
Are now openin the large-t.
UTS IL 9 I_ i dET'N
That can be found in the City.
IN OUR CUSTOM:
'W have a full line of FOREIG
SIMERES and VESTINGS. w
der in the best manner, and gu
All orders will have best attei
Go,lds sent C. 0. D.. subject t
AS A SPE0C1A1
AT THE STA.
TO THE LADY EX [IBITII
BEST VARIETY OF WC
AT THE STA
Send your orders as once to
Hihest A.ward in the Estim
North. East, West,
For. Cihurches. Parlors.
On the 1st of October next. we
MAN'~1 FACTORY OFl sHIR'C
Made of the best unterial,
hats. Grances and Club.s,a
Pcics. Y ung' len i ,von - a
in in Shirt. senxd us your *rue
W). C. BEE & C0..
ch.!>.:n, or :hr-ug,h the'm to t.'ir cor
rspondnts in Livrpool, New Yoik andth
Prtcua>- aU.tntion given to sale of n
w. C. Bn::, EcossaE P. J1savEY,
Tuo. D. .Jh:avEY, IL.cs N. CuItsoLr.x.
Oet. 28, 4:,- m
I wil make a fined settleent of the EF
tate of John S. Bre, d.e. , in th
c of Probate for Newbey Couty. ,:1 Be
Tiurdy, the twe!:'h d.y of No iember
rex, and at the samne time apply for ietters fo
dismissory as the Admrin:ratrix of sa.I o1
estate. ISABELLA BIRGE, De
.Adinirstratris of the Estate of John S.
ire. deceased. Oct 7, 40-5 i
uffalo Tongues, .
nglish Dairy Cheese,
k, S. c.,
most elegant and stylish
,)ISII G OK
X and DOMESTIC C.AS
lich we are making to or
inspection. Sep. 30,39-tf.
TE FAIR !
?G THE LARGEST AND
~RX DONE ON THE
ation of the People, South,
and in Europe.
&c.. kept for sale.
will onen A SOUTHRERN.
will be furnished to Mer
Niw YORK W'HOLESALE
it an easy wearing and nice
-for THE PALMETTO
RE & COZBY,
ents for South Carolina.
t, Columbia. S. C.
eunderigned. bing provide'd with
- rr.0t improved inr. ments, is prepared
io all kinds of SURVEYING with accu
v a::d dispatch.
i orders left at Suber & Cald well's Law
ce, or Mrs. G. Mo-ser's store wdll receive
F. W ERBE~R, Ja.,
)et 7, 40-1y. Deputy Surveyor.
traed fromn the subscriber's premises on
ad1 of October, A SORREL MARE
LE, with white face and mnane. A re
d1 of Sive dollars will be given for the
iohery of laid mule, and any information
ic a edto recovery wi be thank
lv received. H AWK INS PUGH,
B.:low Frog Level, on McNaLry Road.
et. 28, 43-2t"
Nee is !'ereby given~ that I will make
f:ai se:uiement on the Et~ate of John
o:: Kinr.ri, decease.d. and apply to) the
iate Judy;. fur the County of Newberry,
a tini dischir;:e ais the Administrator
aid Estate, on~Friday, the 4th day of
cember next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
QUINCEY M. KINARD, A dm'r.
etber 27, 1874--43-5t.