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Special and Local.
Tfie Ameeca Sarz e Co.*s Bone
'less Sardines, are much better, and
less than half the cost of imported
All single or transient business notices in
e local department are inserted at the rate
fifteen ceut6 per line-liberal contracts
:sade for three, six or twelve months. tf.
Communications on subjects of interest to
, the public are always acceptable. The names
of writers,?emember, must always accompa
ny a letter to insure its publication. No re
sponsibility is assumed for any other views
than our own.
Dncxsio,s OF THE COURTs.-Any person
hotkes a paper regularly from the Post
Omee-wbetber directed to his name or ano
ther, ag whether he subscribed or not-is re
VeAble for the pay;- if a person orders his
paer discontinued he must pay all arrear.
ages or the publisher may continue to send
It until payment is made, and collect the
whole amount, whether it is taken from the
ofce or not. The Courts.bave decided that
refusing to take newspapers and periolicals
from the Post Office, or removing and leav
ing them uncalled for;is prirta facie evidence
of intentional fraud. 44-tf.
THE NEw PISTAL LAw.-After the 1st of
January. 1675, editors have to prepay all the
papera from their offiee. Of course no pub
lisher can afford to pay postage for a subscri
ber ip arrears. We give this timely notice
to all delinquents that we will not let their
names encumber our books after that period.
( AKE NoTcE.-AnI parties having Ad
nAvistrotor's or Executor's Notices for
publcation, will save themselves trouble
by coming prepared to pay for the same
before inserlion, as our terns are cash.
Lawyers handing in such notices will be
held responsible for the payment.
They will also b&eheld responsible for the
publication of all notices in Bankrupt cases.
Transient advertisements of any kind must
be paid for in advance, if the parties adver
tising do not reside in town.
JobIwovk and subsciptions strictly cash.
-J1 jpgrshaZ bib stopped hereafter as
soon as the term of subscription expires, un
less - arrangements are made to
enotes expiration-after that
-In mind. 3-tf,
J. A. Heniy-Notice.
J. C. Leaby-Notices.
Jas. Y. McFall-Land for Sale.
J. J. Catrringtou-Sheriff's Sales.
Simeon Pratt-For Sale or Rent.
E. R. Pelton-Eclectic Magazine.
Geo. G. Lane & Co.-For Christmas.
Chapman's Book Store-Santa Claus.
Thos. E. BramleEte-A Card,to the Public.
L. H. Redus, Agt.-Stoves, Tin Ware, &c.
Morris, Phillips & Co.-The Rome Jour
Proprietor Newberry Herald-New Book
Eliza J. Barre and Joel A. Berley-Land
William E. and Robert A. Welch-Sale of
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
"GOOD ORDER."-Onr correspondent,
"rGood Order," is advised that some
body is going for him with a pen point
ed and sharp. Look out, old fell.
Some fine Clothling can be bought at
Phifer's New Shoe Store, less than any
where else in town. 49-tf.
ArEsnON, MERCHANTS.- If you
have anything special for Christmas or
New Year's, let the public know it in
tin$, as there will be but one more pa
per issuedl before Christmas.
Seed Oats, Barley, and Wheat Bran,
for sale by
48-3 THOS. F. HARMON.
ROBBERY.-A negro, on Sunday last,
entered the dwelling of Mr. Jas. Speers,
living in this County, and stole $140 in
money and some notes. He was subse
quently arrested and $90'recovere~d. it
is said when caught he had portions of
the money in all of his pockets.
A lot of fine, band-sewed Boots and
Shoes, just recei4 at Phifer's Shoe
edge receiving regular files of the Daily
Adi lished at Raleigh N. C.,
by MC bit & Gray. It contains
the.proceedings of the thirty-eight ses
sion of the N. C. Conference of the M.
E. Church, South. and is consequently
of great interest. The friend who sends
it is warmly thanked.
Mand'rin Teas, the best, purest: and
cheapest, at Mrs. D. Mower's. Prie.
75c., $1.00 and $1.50 per lb. 13-tf
MASONIcC E . Mt
Lodge, No. 87, will give a celebration
at the Newberry Hotel, on Wednesday
evening, December 23frd, and we have
no doubt it will be a delightful affatir,
for when any of the Ancient Fraternity
go in for a frolic they spare neither
-pains nor expense to make it enjoyaible.
Due notice will be given by the mnana
gers in regard to tickets.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING.
In preparation for that event a nme
assortment of articles suitable for pres
ents have already been receivedI at the
*H ERA LD Book Store. Don't forget the
UdSxnS OVER HAIoON'S STORE-.
Children cain be made happy at very
small cost by purchasing at the HEtRALD
Book Strx. 50--3t.
WELL DONE.-We have had the sat
isfaction-of seeing two specimens of the
skill of Mr. Fred. Werber, Civil En
gineer and-Surveyor, the one a map of
Springfield plantation, the home place
of the late Judge O'Neall, and the other
the business portion of the town of New
berry, the latter designating every
block, and every business house, with
character of traide. Both are admirably
executed, and reflect great credit onl
our young townsman. lIe evidences a
*rare ability and fine taste.
*NEW CA3!r Gro. --We learn
with pleasure that the Methodist de
nomination of Newberry Circuit and
StatioIi, have efleeted the purch:.se of
ten acres of ground including Ebenezer
Church, three miles from town, to be
used for Camp Meeting puirposes. The
eost, of ground, and shingled arbor yet
Sto be crected, will be $1,000. The
Trustees on the p:art of the Circuit are
Messrs. Isaac Herbert, Andrew Kilgore
and Jacob Sligh; on the part of the
Station. Messrs. S. C. Merchant and
Henry IH. Blease.
Madamie Demiorest's Reliable Pat~
-en falsrsci eotiea
terns of. l sowrtserb otinda
Ma R Mawer's. 10-1(*
PuSoAL.-W0 had tme pleasure of
a visit on Saturday last from Col. A.
Coward, the Principal of the King's
Mountain Military School. He is now
travelling in the interest of his popular
school, and we have no doubt that the
fane of the institution, together with
his soldierly bearing and pleasalt man
ners, will bring him in a large acces
We notice also the appearance in
town of Mr. C. P. Pelham, well known
through this section as a writer of fear
lessness and ability. His visit was a
A Fzrch Kid But:on, or Side-lace shoe,
Isa thin t!.at couid e lectured on too;
But neither :arswell or Furman, in thir hap
Could half o! their beauty and nea:ncss por
And then lecturing is too che:Ip. Who
imagines that a subject teeming with
such va:t :,tuounts of questions of vital
importance to the good of the race,
(these shoes destroy the chance to make
a living of the chiropodist) could be lec
tured on for a quarter? No one, of
course! And that's the price now. So
we will only say, they are beautiful and
neat, elegant and sweet, and are ever
lasting to a remarkableness, and can be
purchased at Phifer's New Shoe Store,
for-well-small amounts of "promises
to pay,"-signed by Spinner-and en
dorsed by Uncle Samuel de la grriv
A rRouIrC WELL.-Thos. S. Moor
man, Es(., has a well; well, not satis
fied to let well enough alone, he deter
mined one day last week to go t> the
bottom of that well and have it thor
oughly and well cleaned. Well. he did
so, that is he hired the job cut to an
other, and being a lawyer he gave the
contractor full power to raketm an
fetchum, reserving to himself the right
to put a slap damicus on anything of a
valuable character which might be die
covered to the Court, and for the reason
that lately several at-icles non comati
bus were supposed to be in swampo, or
in other words, down the well. Well,
what do you suppose was brought to
light? First, 2 dippers, next a bicket,
two buekets, three buckets, a few old
shoes, a silver cup, then one of tin, a
spoon, a knife, a waterfall, an :uti"ina
ted hoop skirt, a pair of snuffers, two
toilet mats. and, but we will not men
tion more lest it be said that it is a niade
up tale, and if any one disputes it, we
refer the doubter to Mr. M.. for thp
points and authorities in the case.
Herald on Wells, ch. 1, see. 1, Moor
DISTrESSIN FmE.-We deeply re
gret having to make the announcement
that the barn, stable and gin-house of
Mr. L. A. Hawkins, near Beth Eden,
with their entire contents-excep)t the
horses-were consumed by fire on
Thursday night last, betwveen 9 and 10
o'clock. Besides all the fodder, hay and
straw, thirteen head of goats were de
stoyed, and one milk cow badly burned.
All the cotton seed was also burned.
Mr. Hawkins and family had been ab
sent all tile summer, and had only lately
returned. The blow falls heavily upon
him, and upon his tenant, Frank Glenn.
an hlonest,up1right, hard working colored
man, who has lost all the rough food
made for his stock. Both are sadlyais
tressed at the immediate loss, and ait
the prospect staring them in the face
withi the col days of winter daemi,
wth no shelter for stock nor food to
kep them f-rm starving. If ever there
was a ease which call for sympatthy
as well as substtatial. aid, this is one,
and we hope that the neighbors and
friends of both wvill extend it to them.
The firc was evidently the work of an
incendiary. It is said that at one time
the Beth Eden Parsonage, where the
Rev. M1r. Shirey resides, was in ihumi
nent danger of catching fire, tile wind
blowing in that direction
Ao'T TIlE TowN AND COUNXTY
Tile Bell Ringers p)erformed on Mon
day night to a large audience, at a
dollar petr head. large and smal!.
-A pair of beautifully furnished, mo
rt eco i:mdkerchiief andl glove bo:es.
sutable for a Christmas or Newv Year'>
neent to sweetheart or wife. C-!i
;a ethem at the New Book Store.
Thl nxt tIime it rains burn out your
-hrueys. Serious atccidents occur
s'Ametules from the neglect of th:s
IIave you seen that erayVon sketch of
tle news-boy executed by Mr. Catrweli
for tile IIEum>.l O1licc. Comze and
look at it-no charge for looking. A fter
you have examined it, walk up staiirs
nd e-xamine a nice assortment of holi
day books for little people, and sta
tionery for older folks.
Tihe popular place now is up stairs
over IIarmon's store.
A drove of two huindr~ed turkeys were
brought in town last week by Messrs.
Iowell & Co., fr-om thle State of Bun
cobhe. They sold like hot cakes. A
few fine specimens brought $5 per pair-.
If everybody and the othe~rs fellows
don't have turkey Christmas it wont be
the fault of Buncombe
IIave you tr-ied Salinas' ham sausage,
mullets, tongue, pickled beef, hierrings
and what-nots yet? No. Well, delay
no longer-, for thley are capital.
A. M. Wicker is in dead earnest-on
the first of ,Janiuary lhe will retire to pri
ate life, and if anybody wants candy or
other things they must go elsewher-e.
This is a fact. Stick a pin here.
Books, piaper, pens, ink, pencils,
slats, portfolios, witing desks, copy
books,memornrdum books, blank books.
albums. herbariums, scrap) books and
a variety of other ar-ticles at the New
berry IIruI.m>. Book Store, am1ong~
whihl is a nice assortment of hloliday
Xoks and otherti things suitable for
Chrstmas trees. Examine thiem.
A fine aissortmenit of papuer for~ ill
heads. letter- heads, note heads and in.
vtations with envelopes to l;uich, be
sides cards of :all kinds. IIave yota
wok dGne att hlome.
Thiere. was ai manl in town Saturd ay
who,. fortunately for his wife, kept Ont o
our way. iIe is sadly in arrears,anidi
~e catch him soon, his wife will be:
Several persons have promised wood
and it would be very pleasant to seer
The HEBRALD Ofice is becoming pop
ni-aj a chap straved in QU Monday ant
inqired for machine oil. As we had
struck no o yet, he was sent off sor
A patron who inquired for the fight
ing citor on Monday, went away satis
flI as S.On :,; he wa:s shown to him.
His louks w*e su1ilcient.
Cler.ymvi: insinuate that wedding
iees thi.; :iutumn are by no means as
liberal ns th.V used to be. MIore -signs
of tih time1.
'I hal ny money and miy friend.
I lent io nyto my1V frie;!,
I as1.t,o iim': money of my friend,
I lost m: Ionev and my friend."
31ay p lewho b0a.;t of bving
pnlain :u:d -blant" speakers are mer?
0coars an,'. boorikh. Such persons
areC ConsAnt'1Vlynlik-ting wVOUndIS whIiCh
neillw-r nut ; i l ilcille can leal.
uirU;i.- (d. an4d pleittv of it. is
CSzential to -_>Ot health. Meat Soup is
better than ier, and a cup of good cof
fee is more invigorating than a pitcher
of hard cider. Good bread and firm,
fat pork are better than cakes or cookies.
Stick a pin here, also.
List of Lette.- remaiiing in the Post Office
at Newbtrry. S. C.:
Mrs, Sallie A. Adams, Miss Fannie Adams,
Mrs.Ciary A.,.-us. Miss Martha Burton, Mrs.
Jenn" Bird. M . Martha Black, Jno. Bask,A.
C. Dc bia, D. V. S. Curry,Frank Clark, LafNy
cte Culver, K 3 Eiza Franklin, G. W. Fet
maa, G. W. F:.nh!in, Leander Glassee, W.
W. Rriflit. Er.hriam Glenn, Harris & Green,
Cul. W.n. ila.;kins, David R. Henderson,
Heacy Hendri:, W. P. Harris, ). B. 11eder
,>n, -\ci I>hnston, Dau'1.Jonecs, cvi'd.,
ir.. M. A. ckson, Frank Jessnp. Mrs.
Mary E. J:kin5, Jno. E. Johnson, Miss
.Wi:Ke'e. Benjamin Lindsey, W. N.
Louis, Susan :. Lonz, Spence McColloug,
Wade Martin. Alexander Morris, Miss Julia
A, oo, C. MeNelis, I. D. Miller, James
Na eLe, Jno. J. Neal, Wm. A. Odor, Mr.
Pote-, care A!' ed Trotter, Fiorence Quattle
bau., L. Dov., -tineliart, M. Raleigh & Co ,
R. Stewart., Mi:s Hattie Smith, J. M. Suber,
J. 11-rly uier, Middon Wilson, Lucy Wads
worth, Gco. B. Welsb, 11. R. Welborn.
OLD PAI:s.--Old papers for sale at
this oilice in packages of 50 or 100, at
-10 and 75 cents. tf.
articles which housekeepers have de
nied thenselves during the dull season
when money was scarce, are now found
necessary as the holidays approach, and
especially nu:st losses, by breakage and
otherwise,of crockery and glassware le
made g l. As there is no better place
to get a supply than at the magniiieent
store of Mcss.e's. Kingsland & Heath, of
Cvlumbia. ti. - attention of housekeepers
is directed Caere. And not only in
crockery ani glassw are is this establish
nient Well provided, but in every other
article tha.t is possibly needed in the
properly funiished house, from the
kitchen to :he bed-chamber. Their
store is on Alain Street, under the Col
umlbia I lutel. $-if.
Ix Fox. F'L:rrUEi.-Since the inau
giratio)n of' lhe whiolesale dcpartnment
to tJie business of Messrs. Perry &
Sawson, thieir tradec has very largely
increased, :utd their- shipments all over.
the country are surprisingly large.
Yet they have'. not relaxed any of their
attention to theli' retail trade, but rather
watch it the closer1 and they have the
s:tidai 'f tining that their close
assiduity" to business and promplt habii.s
ar'e resulting in sucess. The stock on
hand for this season is unusually l:irge
:utd varied in all the newest, chice.st
anid cheapesl brands of segars atnd to
b:eco, boih for chiewing and smoking,
tgfether wi:ht such other articles as are
kept in a hirt class segar store. The
indian Girl is not only serene but in
fall feathuer, and cordially solicits orders
large or small. Main Street, Colam
bia, uinder Columbia IIotel, is the place.
Nnwm-::t. December 15.-Market closed
er at 1*% ce:: s, Good surp!v.
Numou r :ales shipped, 1.162.
('or.uni. )ecembter 14 -Sale~s of cotton
r. Toss. D.cember 14.-Cotton nomi
n:- sale 8" -uplands 14i : Orleans 1li..
( L s Tr( r., l>ecember 14.-Cotton easy
-:nMd e 131?
.asri1 :'eembe'r 14.--Cotuon irre;:uiar
ad. ter >wn-amiddlirur uplands 13k.
14:. *rr YOtnsuT.r AND (ENERtoU
'O Yo "1 'I I s'.-Keep your farm'n accounts
e.>reti: ..iregular!y in :he ''Rural Ac
o:a.-m." .a.o e"our wife a copy of the
Casw:Nuv;e.'' the !a.':0 sale of' the.
!!n. i.a us:mt has enarbled the pIubl)ishers,
W aar i-va a& Cogswell, Charleston, S. C.,
toJe;e', cu formns and thus" reduce the
e-I T-v "'-,v offer the sm:ll size at Si,
I.n :h I.r .t St..5) per mail, portage pre
pl-i. The eroiina ilotusewife is Mi-s Rt
leh Io eutlikhed cookery book, mn,l
hi,1t ce in everc house in Carolina. 50-tf
. 1 Vaiinaie .Uedic.al Tr-eatise.
lbostetr' United States Almanac for1875,
for d'5i iti ':, gratis, throughmout the Unrited
States, and all civilized countries of the West
ern Hemisphere, will be published at>out the
first of January, in the English, German,
French. Nor: 'gian.Welsh, Swedish, Holland,
Bohemiarn ard Spanish languages, and all
wo wish to un'derstanld the true philosophy
of heul? shed~,d read and por.der thme valuable
ugeions it contains. In addition to an
admirab>' :na 'dcal treatise on the causes,'pre'
veatuon uind -:'lre of agreat variety of'rdiseascs,
it cmbraces a large amount of information
interesting ii the merchant, the amechanie,
the miner, h-- farmer, the planter, and pro
fesional m.m:; and the calculations have
beecn made fu such meridians and latitudes
as are most "iitable for a correct and corn
preheas ivt N ational Calender.
Tue nature. uses, aind extraordinary sani
try eff'.ets o'llostetter's Stomach Bitters,
te stap;e :e:..ic and aiherative of more that
half thre Chri :ian world, are fully set rorth it
isp.ures, w!h haisoare interspersed with pie
toial iliustra ious, valuabice recipes for the
househok! a d farm, humorous anecdotes,
and other ins-tructiveC and amusing reading
niattr, '"ig Fnal and seleted. Among th(n
.nnuals to: ppear with the opening of' thn
year, this wil be one of the most useful and
may be hlum fir the asking. The proprietors
Messrs. lieoetter & Smith, Pittsb;urg. Pa.
on receipt .' . two cent stamp. will forwarc
a cop': bV "'il to anty person who canno
prc'ure 'tne at his neighborhiool. 'The Bit
tersar- midin v c'ity, town and iibame
an exe ui-l usd throughmout the entil
.ttentio4 S. of' Ts, I. 0. Gi. Ts
&r Any 9ther Order-.
pALLO,T B .LLtt j .- to hand at L. B
Has Fm~-h Fish and Oyster
on L.and any" way;y'ou wat, themi, andl ut
in ab)undane. Call on ih:m for ToYS 'tI
fore buying elsewhere, ats lie WILL SEL
OR~ GIVE 'TUEMl Aw. V TiUlS MONTI
e n iii m: b,e both:ered~ l w hh thim an
TRYkMARSH ALLONT HIS,
D'e Pr9,a O-tf. ia~ cpy
Progressive Age Diease c0py.
I is .Not Generally Kuown
That the shortest posible route betwe(
the Sounit ond Great Wet is throizh ;
Louis, over the St. Louik, K;n;:,s (ity :t
North,erni Slhort Line. Th is road has Lainc
surpriAing importance by reison of imumm
expcnditures in the hi:tt two years, of ovi
two iitillion doLars, be:ides earnin.-s, in in
p:ov,:ients of ria.l-way, i1 in" t
line with be;t quali-y of new steel :i, ir,
raik, on bro al new tieS, and ;ub4tltutin
for ordinary cars, new reclinin chai: coae
es, (.egantly carperci and fi-te A, with tire
i1: room" with toilet cotniemmene rur 1
die-;. -enrtlemen and famiii travu:- wi
children, withitoit ;-Tiy extra c :e Th
line rins six fns, Expiress trains between ti
Misissippi and Missouri Rtiverz, two o;
thatn any other roa!, and connjects with a
the great Land Grant Rvad in the Wes
and has adopted :ll nioderi appliances ft
confort, speed and safeguard :=ainst ace
dents,inclnding night and d:y watchnieri,wi
iispect the road before anti after the paa
of each traiti to 4ev tha, everything is in o
der. We reconivicad those couteiplating
trip We-: to tAe the St. Louis, Kaiisas Cit
and Norther' Short Line, it being the oni
line runnin thr.>u; atrs between St. Loni
aiid (iii, and for tickets over this exce
let line we re'er our readers to any tick(
a zget setiing throuli ti-kets to the West. F
map, circalir, and Time tables addres
either J. F. tMcCarrhy, CinCinrati, 0.; or I
B. GIont, St. Louis, Mo., either of whoi
will furnish any information desired. 4
CIUMBS OF COMFi
I Cod Fish.
Fulton Market Beef
N. 0. Molasses, new
Green and Black Tea
&C., &C., &C.
KEROSINE OIL, 11(
Degrees Fire Test.
F.0 E SALINAS
SELE OF RIEU EST1TE~
STATE OF SOUTil CARO)LIN2
C()UNTX 01F NEWB3ElRR.
IN TI IE PROBATE COURT.
Leatnder Long, as Adm'r., de bottis inon wit
time Will annmexed, of John 31. Long, d<
JIenry A. Long, Defendant.
Petition for S.de of Lantd under Will.
By virtue of atm order of' the IIon. J.(
Leafm:, Prubt.e J;iL;C tor Ne 'herry Coun
tv', passed in~ the above stated case, I wi
sell at plic auenoni, at Newberry Com
On i' lc'Day, the 4th of Januar
the Real Estate of J1ohn M. Long, decease<
directed byv his Will to be sold, conisistin
ONE HUNDRED AN]
more or les sittuaited in the County an
State aforesaid, bountded by lands of .Jaco
Sinle'y, Wi!!i''m Werits and others, on th
following terms: Oite-half of tihe pumrchas
iOmoey to be paid in casht, balance Otn
credit of twelve tmonthts with interest fror
the day of s;de *t the rate of seven pi
cett. per annum'; the credit portion tob
securedl by bond of the p)urcha:ser nith
mortgaige of the piremmises. Purchmaser 1
pay for papers.
A4dnm'r'., de boi5 non wvithi the WVillia
nextd, of John1 M. Long, dmeeaseti.
Dtecmtber 2, 1 7. 49-4t.
TinE ST1ATE OF" SOUTH CAIR(
Jessec C. Smnith, Atidm'r, et al, Defendants.
'etiton to Seli L mud to Piay Debts, &
To .iesse C. Siniift, Garo:ine Glatsgow, Sara
E. Gi eo, Ruehal A. Ghi:sgow, Spi nee
T. lasgow, M.rtha L. Glasgow, Tho0.a
J. Glasgow, Franees E. Giasho y an
Mary J. Cartmiechael, Greeting:
For certain catuses ofi'red before ti
Judge of Probate Court, at New berry Coua
House, for the Counity of Newberry,in a ce
t.dn Petition,. there exhibited against you,lt
Alfred M. Reedecr, Berrynman Hi. Lovelhec
as Assignee of William W. Hlouseal, at
Richard P. Chak, the Petitioners, you ai
commanided and strictly enjointed, that y<
appear ini theC said Court, at Newbet
Gourt l[oimse :iforesaid, within twenty da
after the service hereof' iiOtn you, exclusi1
of the day of' such setrvice, to plead, answ'
or demutr to the satid .Pleitition, atnd furtht
to do andi receive what the said Court s t
cotsider in the pr'emi.eC: mi.d iti defa:
thereof, an irtder n i be granited, that i
sad P'etition ie takeni as confessed, andti
At tachett miay be isstuetd ai"i tn. yotu.
Wi tmi'. Ja imes ( . Lahyt, E. nire, Jud;i
of thte said Court, at Ne wberry Coirt HIon
in atnd for Ithe Counmity aforesaid, the fif
ai.i- of Dtee:nibt'r, in: the year of o it Lc
one thiousand eight hunmdred anid sevent
Ifour, and in the tninitnth i year oft
Soeeigty III udin Indtepetndentce of tie 1.
ted S-tates of A:imeticu.
SU!hER & CALD)WELL,
J. C. LE A IY, J. P. [t..8'.]
To the Defnidan', Mary J. Carm'echael:
Tak notice that tih' stiumtmto: s ini this:
tin, of whlich tie foregoitng is a copy, n
fie d in tLec office of the Jtudge of Probta
for New berry Gounty', it Newberry Go
Hose, itt te County of Newberry, int t
'ta' te i litmb Car'olinta, tog'ethier whi
plti,tt ott the 5th d~ay of' Decembier,
D 164. SUl3El & GAILDWELL,
Dee Petitioners' Attornieys.
A HOiU:E AND LIuT on Pratt Stre
oppte Mr. R. L. McCaiulhii's residet
Th'I't hto:e contamtns tine roomiS besithe1
kichn,aluder the Samet roo f, and wo
be ereconenintfor two fanihlsi
bein 'seeaui bosessufficient for two
abl.iniments. The iot is two acres, one
whc sarieh kitceni garden. The wm
is miost excellent.
MRS. C. IL. BOYCF
On th :9th day of' Decenaeir, I
set I etmenot atn the Es:a:e
Thos. 'A. iakh:nin anud Eivira A. G;aui
and anply for o:y dischatrge as G;uardiart
said Zsta~tes. J. J. GALLMA N,
. iscella eous.
UIREC EMENTE D
The Oldest inhabitant,
r As wil as the youn:4est child, wil :ow be
i- fored to ieair teLtimony to the f*act that the
S'rop,rietor of the above iamed popular
A. M. WICKER,
Has surpassed all previous efforts in pro
l e,ng for die
GOG .PEOPLE OF NEWBERRY.
n Mv toek for this Fall and Winter,
-r nludinlug the Holiday Season,
Is better, bigger and braver than it ever
was te"re, aid
For Proof of the Assertion
I simply ask an examination. Every want
of thle hluman family c be supplied, as I
will have ini tore
2,000 lbs, of Assorted Candies,
18 BARRELS OF CAKES AND CRACKERS,
a(sorted, fresh and geinuine.
OIlNl G E, ..trPPT.S J1A I KS,
0i. T E, . E.I'P05. 1:. I IXS, in
0 rer% variety, in fish, deih, fow!, pre
Served frui.-., eC.
NUTS, OF EVERY KIND,
Nic Nacs and Notions.
A full stock of
Coffec, Sugar, Flour, Rice, Gri.- ,
Mackerel, Soaps, Spiee, Ginger, Cinna
mon, Mace, Pepper, Sall, Soda,
Yeast Powders, Caudles, Pickles, Dried
Fruit, Potatees, Peas, Beans, Cabbage, Cod
fish, Vinegar, and mary oLher things.
And Last, But Not Least.
- SUCH A LOT OF TOYS,
With F7PCRI CCKElS, TO]PE
DOES and ROMAIN CAXDLES,
As never before have been seen in the town
of Newber rv.
Now friends I am determined to pleaso
you .iti a stock of goods from which you
eazniot fail to be satiFied, aid w1hich will
be kept up to a full standard until tyery
boly is supplied.
My prices, too, are marked down to liv
ing r:reZ. Come and see me, and d4o rot
put off your corning, but com., at once and
:e made hap yIV your old friend,
A. M. WICKER.
.Nov. Is, 46-7t.
(Ifil Cash, 3 Time, witho1t Interest.
' PACIII GU.\NO C0MP'ANY'S C;OM
- POUND) ACID PHOSPHATE OF Li'JE
for Comnpostinig with Cotton Seed,
h n;3 Cash, 8S Fime, n ithout Interest.
To accommodate Planters, they can or
dier now at:d have until let April to decide
whether they will take at time or cash price.
When deliveredi from Factorv by earload
nio dravagrr will be chrargred. This Guano
is now so well known in all the Southern
States for its rnmarkabhle ef!'eets as airnen
. ,(or inrcreaing tire prroducts of labor as
il not to rernre special recommrenrdation from
et is. Its use for nine years past has estab
lished its ch.aracter for reliable excellence.
'Fie supplies put into market this season
Yare, as hreitoforo, prepared under rhe so
perintendence of Dir. SF. JELIAN RAVL'
NEL, Chremrit of the Cotmpany, at Charles.
ton, S. C., hence P'larr~nto may re.t asured
gthat is 1di:y anid eomrpo-ition i precisely
the same ais that heretofore sold.
) .1J. N. RtOHt-N,
Agent for Sthl. Carini1,
Charlehston, 4 C.
JOIHN S. IREESE & C1) .c ecra Agents,
d Baltimore. Nov. 24, 47-:rm.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PROSPEITY, S. C.
o Ot. , I i- mi.
T ~gSEED,CA \
a VALUABLE LAND.
er As Executor of tire Estate of Margaret
di S. (o;ding, deceased, I will sell, at Newher
nt rv C. IIL. (IN MOND AY, (SA LE-DAY,) T HE
be 4'TH! DAY raF JAN CARY, 1875, tire wholiCle
an of thre Real Estate of tire said deceased,
~'TWO HUNDRED AN
Li FIFTEEN ACRES.
y- Te trat is rounded by lands of .i. D.
heP....... IIersonr arid Aridrew Liark.
nir- Anyx other nfformration can be obtaindt
from Ihe urnder.-ignred.
J. W. RE AGIN,
Nov. 11, 45-St i.xecutor.
Notice of Final Discharge.
ae- Notice ishereby giveni that I u lii apply
-r for final ichare ai T11rustee of Mrs. Ehizr
t, both Elilisor, on the -irth day of Dlecemrni
lrt next, hiaving already mnade the final aete
re mrent oni he.r Estate.
.he F. . DOMINICK,
A. Nov. 2 ,4-t rute
--- IHavingu miade a settlemient oni tIre Estate
of Etta it. Werr, rmiinr. I will apply for
a fiard iharg to tire P'robate Gourt for
t, Newhaerrv County on the tlst day of De
ee. eei.ier;nxt. dIOH N R. SPE A M A N,
the Guamrdiain of Etta M. Wearrr
rild November 24th, IK74. Dec. 2. 48-5t'
.ter I hecreby r'ive notice that I will make:
finalk s:tc.:t of : e E,tate of the hati
-John RI. Wi cker, ini the ofle of rthe Tion
Jamnes Leahy, a. Judge of P'robate to
- Newberry C -unty, on F-riday, mire 1Sth ti
of Diecermber iext, ani that afrer suich fin:
se:eet I i!!. pply 10 tIre Probnrt
nxill C.an:t for letter. di-nmissory as thre Admit
of ima:trix <~ 'a'h Pero'al ELtre ohf tire S.1
i:n:, ,-.a .r . WVicker, deceased.
of: MATTIIE SIIAGKLEFi)RD,
AsAdru'x., of E~t. of John R. Wicke
Dry Goods X JWinery
FALL I\ND IVINTE R
Silk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
3Irs. D. MOWER'S,
UNDER EERALD OFFICE.
Oct. 7, 4o-tl.
TIE GrlEA T SO0U THIIERN'
DRY G0O1D HO919
Fuichgttl B8H 8dict & Co.,
215 KING STIEET, CIIA RLESTON, S. C.
THIS SIDE OF NEW YORK.
FOIR P1:1CES, SEE LOCAL.
Sep, 2, 35-Gii.
1 HIGHT& COPPOCK
Have the pleazure of announcIng to the
citizen3 of Newterry and surrounding coun
try, that they have now in store
A Full and Elegant Stock
FILL Al"D AVINTER
Clothing, Hats, Caps,
And' a comp jlete assonrtmentt of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
All of which will be sold at prices to suit
An inspection of our stock is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Oct. 7, *1i-tf.
Pursuant to the order of th e Hon. Jas.
C. Leaby, Judge of Probate, we will sell, on
Thursday, the 24th inrst., at the residence
of the late James C. Buttord, all the person
al prroper'ty of the said dleceased, consisting
of three horses, thrt e mules, cattle, hogs,
corni, fodder, etc. Also, the household and(
kitchen fumniture. Term,s of Sale-CASIL
M. ii. BLFORD,
C. W. BUFORD,
T. W. DAVIS,
Adm'rs. Est. of James C. Buford, dec'd.
De. i, 4-.t*
Al pe rsozs hio!'ing demands againist th<
Es:.t:e of Wi!!ams Wechr, udeceased, uii!
render the S:nne1 proper ly at tswd to omt
attorneys, Mess:',. P'u" ,,i ep: Fair, a
their otiie' at Nelwb'-cry (Court Ilouse, Souti,
Ca:o'it:a, uti or before the 1 8th day of Febl
ruary. A. D. 185. WV. E. WELCU,
fl. A. W'rErLIH,
4mal. Ex'ora. of Wili of WVilliamns Welch
Newberry C. H., S. C., November 25
1874. Dee. 2, -.
STATE OF SOUTII C AROLINA
By JTames C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Thomas D). B'zhardt hath ma.d<
suit to me, to grant him Letters of Admin
istration, of' the Estate and effects of BJayless
M. Buzhardt, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonisl
all and singular the kindred and creditor;
of the said deceased, that they be and a
pear, before me, in the Court of Probate
to be held at Newberry Court Ilouse, S. C.
on the 2:;d day of December next, afte
puhb1cation her cof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if arny they hive, wi.
thre said Admiinistrationr should not be
granterd. Given under myr Hand, this 7t
day of Decerrbeur, Anuno Domrini, I1874.
J. C. LEAHY, .a p. '. c.
Dec 9, 49-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
,y Jian.s C. Lehy Probante Judge.
XVhie:'c:s, .Jane McCui o:lg hath mad
suit to rme, to granit hrer Letterso
A dmnirstirationi of the E'>tate and effects
HIery A. Datilev, decased.
Th';se aire therete t: o ei-. ar:ad admnonis
alil aid singuiar, the kinrdred arnd credito;
otihe sarid dlecetsed, that they i.e arn
appear, before mte, int the Court of Probat<
to be held at Nev.berry Court House,
C., onr thlu th day of D.ecembher next, aft
p,ublicationr hereof, at 11 o'clock iin th
torenroon, to shew eatse, if any they Ir'.
whyv tihe said Adminiritratioir shouli not la
crar; ted. Giveni undetrl y andr. this i
iar or DJecembter. An-'.. Dlomini, I1874.
*JAMES c. LEABY, .r. r. N. c.
Dee. 9, 4t2-2t.
ISTATE OF SQUIhI CAROLIN.
By' James C. Leahry, Probate Jutdge.
Wh'lereas, Jno. P'. Kirrard bath rmade si
tonme, tograrnt hita Letters of Admi nistr
tion of the Estate and effects of Bayle
M. B3uzhardt, dieceased.
These are threre'fore to eite and admnoni:
all ard singular. the kindred and credite
of tire said deceased, that they be a:
lappnear, beiore moe, in 'the Court of Pr
bate, to be held at Newberry Court Hou:
S. C., on the 2:ad day of Deember ne:
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
tihe f'orenorn, to hew" cause, if any th
have, why the said Adrmuurstrationr shot
I ot be granted. Given under myv H:t:
this 5thr day of DJec2rmb.er, Annro Doi
J. C. LEAliY, J. r. z. c
I Det. t~, 4e-2t.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Nc.
Look to the Right
I tO t:r:d-- haV' n:Ied me to purhase
one c ire I.e-, and chipt .q soc
of DRY 0. l)S, IE GOn D 'S 'nd Do
3. FST ICS ever thun IL in New'w:-v, an;d I
simplY ak my friends id customers to at
my invitation ind examine rot only the
above, but a beautifu and rare lot of NO
TIONS, for ladies, gentlemen and youth,
id I mu not ouly able
a large and hand-ome 6tock in the articles
enumlerated, but a superior assortment of
CLOT1ING, fine and comm;o:i, as well as
3(uTS, SIIOES and HATS, so
Overy w1at of the human 1111mily en be
-upplied, not Uii! as to tl: ;,rbUt the
inner mwa. I can asotre .le u1ilic that
A BETTER TIME
never presented itself for laying inu'a sup
ply of choice GROCERIES, either for fami
Iv or plautation use, all of which siould be
laid in now while money
in. The above goods have bevin bought
cheap, and not only
Forthe People of Newberry,
but for the rest of maDkind, and BAR
GAINS are th-rclore oiffred to overy one
who comes early with the CASI.
On the Corner under Pool's Hotel.
Oct. 14, 41 tf.
1. . I'I1SON & Col,
Would call the artemion of their ciusto
mers, friends aiA the public gem:rally, to
the fact that they
their entire stock, con-isting of Dry Goods,
Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Groceries, Crockery-ware, Hardware. Tiff
ware and Woode.ware, i>esides a variety
which have been selected with great care
from the best houses in Baltimor- at prices
to suit the times. We feel satisfied that
we can pleai you, becmst we sefl
we dad last eason, There being no panie,
anad moaney mioae paleatiful, enables us to
sell at prices within the reach of all. Ina
addition to the above, we have added to
our stock a naice assortmenat of Confection
eries, consisting of Caundies, bmth French
anda American, Raisins, Canned Go'd.s, &c,,
which we rarely kept, if
JCNiIs E. CaPrMAN. JAMEs M. WILsoN.
The pattnership heretofore existing be
tween J.imes M. Wilson and the unidersign
ed, uinder the firm namea of J. M. WILSON
& CO., has been dissolved by the death of
James M. Wilson. All persons in anywise
indebted to our late firm will please make
im:-ediate payment. If all cash cannot be
paid let part payment be ad'e anid a note
given for the balance. AN EARLY SETTLE
MENT is NEcEssARY.
JUNIUS E. CHAPMAN,
Survivor of J. M. Wilson & Co.
Oct. 27th, 1874.
Oct. 7, 40-tf.
LOOK0 TO I I iNE RETE
I nm now receivinig a large and (elect
stock of go od,a, consisting of
C LOT HING-,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HATS, CAPS, &C.,
wiche WILL BE SOLD LOW FORl TIllE
MESSRS. .JN0. E. WEBB & 00.,
whlo are niow mna:ginig the bua.rsie will
take pleasure in wai: lug upon eaistomecrs,
and n!ii also buy or ship; cotton, on t.heb
HENRY H. BLEASE.
Sep. 2t, 3s-tf. SP'ECIAL.
I will sell, at the Tani Yard of Sheely &
Derrick, tile entire stock of
LEATHER, both firhished
and unfinished, Raw Hides
and stock of Tan Bark,
On tihe 2e:h in.;. TERlMS CASH.
Also, nii il Rv .it tile Yard, aand Larnds con
niected with ''.c Yard, for the year 1875.
Teanaus of Ilent-CASil.
WV. C. DERRICK,
Dee. 9, 4t-:lt.
N otice is hereby given that I will miak
a final settlemient on the Estate of Duitan
Mower, deccasedt, r:ad wi!! app y for ftini
discharge as Admianitratrix of he samle o
Uthre 24th dayv of Pecembher naext. Parti,
indebted to the Estaic must stettlC befo:
that rimne. CYNThIA MOWERl,
r ov. 24, 47-5t A ams
el I, M. BL EPM E, IT ,
LiTecry & Sale Stables
The traveling publi.c as well as ple'asul
seekers, are respectfully informeda that rn
Stable, in rear of Messrs. Mayes & M-irti
is well sitpplied w ith Staddle anid IH.rrne
t Horses a-id Vehaiales, and that may
SCharges are Moderate.
hr A ar of pubie paitronaige i. solici
esadsatisaction :gua?rante.:d. I a ll ala.
id be found ina the oflice.
0- Stock kept on reaonLaiti termtt.
e, B. 31. ULEASE, Agent.
t, Sept. 2:r, :s tf
i, I I till co:ani?Ce the treatmnrrt of c;seas
peculiar to women, both mnarr:ed anud 5:
:Ju ,17-i-f *IUF
P. B. REFF.
I anne i 1874-22-ti.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
&e., &S., &c.
Having just renoelled and new ly fitted
up my store, I would ask the public to give
mne a call, as ny
Stock is Now the Largest
ever offered in this part of the State, and
PRICES AS LOW
as can he found in ti,e South.
My goods are bouglt direct from the
Manufactners, and, consequetntly, can be
sold as Cheap ;.any other llouse in the
All American Gold and Silver Watches
sold at Manufacturers Catalogue prices.
I keep a large 6took of
Spectacles and Eye
set in Gold, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames,
to suit all nes, from the best Manufactu
rers in the United States.
A large stock of
Birth-dav and Bridal Presents,
Engagement Rings, &e.
In my Establishment Gold Is sold
for Gold, and Brass is sold for Brass.
All goods sold warranted as represented,
and my custcmers may rely upon getting
what they bargain for.
ALL KINDS OF WATCH, CLOCK AND
JEWELRY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Orders by Mail or Express, for work or
goods, will receive prompt attention.
Goods sent G. 0. D. to all parts of the
country, witht the privilege of examining
before paying for them.'
Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
Sale of Personal Pro
By order of the HIon. J. C. Leahy, Judge
of Pr~obate for Newbenry Coun:y, S. C., I
wvill expose to sale
On the 24th 1)ay! of De'em,ber, inst..
!ttt the late residecnce of D)enntis Lark, dec'd.,
all the Personal Property of said deceased,
Co tton ini Bale,
1 Enlggy and Hfarness.
Plntation T11lanid i;rm~
In Imp11lements, i.i'AC
thaether: wiihte ar:ee tuo ted!ioust
r'i E.l t i A F. CAt
Po)'C-onl .hn ii -t d. of Jan;:Utry.
For termus app2 to
C'Y.NTIIA MoWER and
GEU. s. MOWER.
Nov. 2, 47-tLf
Greenville & Columbia Railroad
on and after Friday. .\ugu~st 28. 1874. th
P'acen::.r Trains otn the Greenville & (olunmbi
11:1; Itoad. ill run the following 5chedut
dti!y. Sunday:- excepted. conne~ctin.: with Nigh
I rail ..n ,uth (Caro'ina Riroad, up art
dow. :io with T .rans 'oin North and Sout!
on ( her:oatte. Columrbia and Augu.ta Railroac
tard \\ i;min-gton, Cuium'bia and Augusta Rtail
1.e ave Colurtbia............. - 7. ar
-u tn............-. 9'5ar:
- e berr ... .. . . .. .03 a
" .e u v. ... ... .. 2 ' P
Arrive G.ree. i!!he............ - a
Lt e wbei ry. ..... ...... .. .N
42 -- I'tttet i ) N
" r .\ der-on...... . . .. . . .7 a
A rriv e at Ie; o . ." ......... . V
Contectin: with dow-r tria from G,ree-nvill
Leave Delton-at. ). p
* Branich 310Mortd . Wedietdy' ara F ridty.
On Ander- .n Bran t.eeen Be'to' ard Al
oer-ot, on To.-dys. Thutr'daysi a-t.turdta'
a lit 1). 41 )A M F. I). G' tI -upt.
JI zN.:res General ike. Agent.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Thie Proprietor of this weil known FIR
CLA: H11TEL w:,th! re.specta!! inlfr
his an ietdotnd tie traveling pub~
H I-. RATE- ('1 i1' 14 frn $1 per d
to :t::' 'E XAY anti at the- same ton
p1..-. ' n-:-!f to spr,.re no p-.ins in tI
es n.ttg:tment of the house to a.usta;at its r
a. puution as a first class Hotel in every
r pa.WM OMN
I r. yWM 0t . GOpRiMAN,
I ' a- no so--t f Pronrieur.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
CRARLEVrOX, S. C., October 1873.
ON and after SUNDAY, October 19,e Pas
-enger Trains on the South Carolina EaD Road
will run as follows:
l.eave Charleston at . . 9.00 a m
A rrive at Columbla.................... .00 p m
i.xave Charleston .................... 9.00 am
.r: ire ::t Augusta..................... 5.0 p m
Leave i'umbia at................. 8.40 a m
X rive a' Chr:stn at...... 4.20 p m
LaVu e August4................ ........ 8.21 a m
Arrnd%e "t cLarkst.ou......,. .. . ....... 1.2u p m
COL CB'1'A NIG HT E.!:PRs. (Sandayhecepted.)
leave Cha: :'ot-n .at.....................7.10 p m
Arrive at Coumbia at... ...............26.3:a m
Leave Coluind a at.. .7.15 p m
Arrive ut Chrston at..6.45 a L
AUGV!TA NIGHT EXPRES, (Sundays excepted.)
Arriveat Akugu-ta................ ... 7.5 a m
Leave Au-ust. ........... 6.00 p m
Arrive at Charleston........ ... .....40 a m
Leave Sunmerville at ...................7.25 a m
Arri-e at Chirleston ....................8.4 a m
Leave Ch_rleston.......................8.1) p M
Arnive at Summerville..................4.0 p m
Leave Camden........................ 6.50 a m
Arrive at Columbia..............11.50 a m
Leave Columbia.............. .1.5n n m
Arrivet. Camden......................8. sp M
Day and Night Trains make close connection
at Augu-ta. w:th Georgia Railroad.
)ay Trains only. make cloee conection with
Macon aud Augu ta Railroad. This is also the
quicktet and inot direct route. and as coni
t'4rtable a' ch .p as any other route, to Mort
;ntmery.Semn. Moile,'ew Orleans. and all
other point- Southwest, and to Louisvlle, Cin
eim.,ati. (icago. St. Louis, and all other points
Wcst vnd Nort4west.
Columbia Night Train connectsclosely with
the Greenville and Columbia Railroad; and with
I the Charlotte. Columbia and A-ngwsta Railroad
for points North
Through tickets on sale to all points North and
Camden Train connects at Kingville daily(ex
cept Sundays: with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia on Mondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays.
S. B. PIC9aENS, General Ticket Agent.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R.
GEN,EnAL PASSENGEE DEARTxEwT,
COLUIAMIA. S. C.. May 15, 1874. S
The followinir Passenger Schedule will be ope
rated on and after Mon ay,) ay 18th instant:
No. 2 Train. No. 4 Train.
Leave Columbia....... ... 3.00 a. tn. 8 45 p. m.
ILave Florene. . .12 25 p. m. 2.10 a. m.
Arrive at Wilmington. . 7.15 p. In. 7.15 a. m.
No. 2 Train makes close connection, via Rich
mond. to all points North, arriving in New York
at 6.0 a. m.
No. 4 Train makes close connection, via Old
lay Line. a:;d also, via Richmond. to all pointa
North, arriving in New York at 4.25 p. m.
No. 1 Train. No. 3 Train.
Leave Wilmington.... .. 8 00 a. M. 6.10 p. m.
Leave Florence............ e.0, p. m. 11 37 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia... . 9.5 p. m. 4.0o a. m.
Accommodation Train No. 2 leaves Columbia
daily. Sunday excepted.
Express Train N o. 4 leaves Columbia every
Making close eennections at Columbla for all
points South and West.
Through tickets sold, and baggage checked to
all principal points.
Pul1man Palace Sleepers on all night trains.
A. PoPE, General Passenger and TicketAgent.
THE SHORT LINE SCHEDULE.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta U. e
GFNERAL TICKET DEPARTXRNT,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July19. 1874.
The foilowin Passen er Schedule will be ope
rated on and ater Sund, 19th instant:
No. 2 Train. No. 4 TrPin.
Leave Augusta..........7.45 A. 31. 4.15 P. 31.
Leave Graniteville.......*8.13 A. 31. 5.11 P. 31.
Leave Columbia Junc'n12.20 A. 31. 19.05 P. M.
Arrive Columbia.......12.3) A. 31. 9.17 P. 31.
Leave Columbia........12 42 A. M.
Leave Wiunboro...... 2.49 P. M.
Leave Che-ter.....$.... 4.29 P. 31.
Arrive Charlotte.1 .6.45 P. 31.
No. 2 Train makes close connection, via Rich
mond, to all points North arriving at New York
at 6.05 A. M1. No. 4 Train makes close connec
tion. via Wilmington and Richmond. to all
points North, arrivimg at New York at 5.15 P. M.
No. 1 TraIn. No. 8 Train!
Leave Charlotte....8.30 A. M1.
Leave (hester....11 J-2 A. M1.
Leave Winnsboro...238 A.M3.
A rrive at Columbia. .. 2.42 P. M1.
Leave Columbia.....2.52 P. M1. 3.40 A. 31.
Leave Columb'a Jun'n$3.17 P. 31. 4.15 A. M.
Leave Giraniteville..17.15 P. 1. *7.48 A. 31.
Arrive Augusta..5.....5 P. M1. 8.45 A. 31.
*Breakfast; :Dinner; tSupper.
South boun d Trains connect at Augusta, via all
points South and West.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
Sleeping cars on all night trains.
JAS.*ANDERSON. General Sup't!
A . POPE. Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
SPARTANBUR6 & UNION RAIL.ROAD.
The following Passenger Schedule will be ope
rated o.a and al ter 3Monday, .June 1st, 1q74:
DOWN TRIAIN. U.P TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 11.00) a. mo. 2.45
lBatesville.. ......11.32 11.32 2 17 2.20
Pacolet.........11.40314 . .O
Jonesville.......12.15 22.. .S ?3
Unionville....12.55 i 23 m~ ~
Santuc..........1.42 15 14 15
Fish D)am.......2.12 21 11 12
Shelon..... .4 5 2. 5 'A47 10
Lyls'For . 24 12.22p.m 1.24 i.8
Str others........3 07 3.15 10.00 1".l0
Aiston..... 4.'c 0a m. 9.10
W. W. DAVIES. Superintendent.
A RK A N SAS.
Ti:e comp>leenof the TEXAS AND PA
G;IFIC Ri Ai.iMAI'ci eniabh-s the KSt..INE.AW
Rarr.1-i-iWs:er &Atlantic R1. R., to
oIYer ti.e :ny' .ll rail rou.te fromo Georgia
and tel Gao.n s toal poi4rs in Texas.
On and' after l.eptembner Ist, throngh
coaLches leave \. t dily for Mezmphiis,
change, conectin v:.:resh thmroumgh cars
ha lgan a:: riut vi :, Texas.
Te.": of lNE che.nge of cairs betweecn
Atai, G ., and' I! oustonII, Texas.
L :.es redue by..(Il the openingr of
Fu! i.frmto m he:~. obitsane~d uipon
ar -a i to.LHERT B. WRENN, Suth
ca:tern Ag.. Nahville, Chattanooga & S'.
Lou. H. R. A Cna . E. S.\RGENT,
-ouea-tern 't. L. & G. S. R. lR., A tlan
ta, or to B. W. WitENN,
Ge'Ia & Ticket A.g't.,
Se p. 2:1, :-:S-ti. A tlanta, Ga.
Ih l4Ws' ald Orila~s' Friend Socet,
NEWARK, N. J.
CA.,il CAPITAL, $5.o.00.
ny~ a-it:iv emn. hetween thme ages of 1S
un 5year--.~nimay bcomeIi a membiler of this
S 5'I2i i~ 2 4 00
:: I 5i '1 50 la 00
ddress. EN.i. i;. IIEilOT.
Mlounmt i'-a-at.I neari Chlston.'m S. C.
The Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance Co.,
ii *e.,fer ,. bei:. ngmunt nm.ea'4
mn rv to. re-in: ure: all 1: ik-.. - - 1.4:.35; 09
Mount Piermant, near Cixarleston, S. C.
TUE fiERISHAW GAZETTE,
. t Cm e. S. C.. by F rank.. P'. Beard.
- it haa !arg an'ntluenti circnlation in
sep. :.::-1f.Cn: den. S. C.
Atlanta anud Richmiond Air Line
* .~i,~;,~; R, ilw55ay.
T *o,( Non~Tu- xPRts TnAIN.
.......e...ce... :...........................1A1p m
A ri.-e at Charilotte.................... 8.11 a m
G,oING SOUTH-E.XPREsS TR AN.
e- Le:ave - partanburg....................1' 51 a m
e. Leave (1:-eenv11n..................... ...12 33 p m
Leave Se::eca City.................2.48 p m
.A rrivea at Atlntan.-....................09.15 p m