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INDEX TO .Nw ADviz3TJMZX2.
fugh rdrs-oe Lost.
t uno & C.-Scientidc American.
Cipman & Crawford-New Firm.
1Itlonal Bank of Newberry-Dividends.
The. P. Slider-For Sale, Lease or Rent.
R. J. C. Walker-Saturday Evening Pos'.
Williams. Black & Williams-Fertiisers.
Hart & Co.-Agrie0ltural Implements, &c.
George Brown & Sos-Lumber! Lumber!!
P.-M. Dennis and S. C. Dennis-Executors'
Harry B. Scott-Notice to Free School
National Bank of Newberry-Meeting of
W ..Bford, C. W. Baford and T. W.
Col. Asbury Coward-King's Mountain
Any oe wo will bring us ten new sub
preI scribern at M ch, wi be given one
be e. extra for himself, and a year' subscription
ex eithera Ab 8elentifc American, the Home
co JonD4 Bral Garolinian, Southern Coldva
and tor, Sc;ence of Health, Peterson's Ladies'
ite MaSgi*n, Saturday Evening Post or Penn's
eonthMp.. TbfiAk places 'it in reach of
the cawasert ospers fee of charge.
Or blitg tek bSe Ms a the reduced
Prick g 25tcb. e can seenre either one
of th @s-naed first rate papers. Who
wribe tB& t to bring in a club?
Oitfhe subscriber, at $2.50 each, brought
in at one time, will entitle the getter up of
the elab to either one of the stpove named
papers or magamnes.
Single subscriptions $2.50, always and
invariably in advanel. l-4t.
Twelve months ago we erased from our
subscription books about one hundred and
Afty-anes of subscribers, who were several
ly Indebted in periods ranging from two
mo4tbs s two years, the aggregate loss of
which was considerable. Of these a :.mali
anaber settled their dues and renewed; a
few came in and gave us a piece of their
mind with great indignation,-but nothing
more; and the large majority have never yet
been heard from. Rather than sue we let
them go. This course was adopted because
It is known that one non-paying subscriber
takes aW the proft of two that pay. On
thartwstae we were printing four hundred
and fiy papers for nothing-or Just for ac
Dommodation, ths white paper alone on
which being worth 300 a year, without con
gMderfig other expenses. Was it not right
the to eat off the 150 dead weights? This
year the number is small, but they also must
be stricken off, and we trust they will come
in and settle. In the face of all this we hope
that no subscriber of the HziLD will take
umbrage, if,when his or her time is out, af
ter being duly notied of the fact, we stop
sending the paper. This is the rule with all
newspapers over the country. and it is the
only good-one known. If the paper is need
ed send in the price and seCure it. We can
Dot afford to send it without the money.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
or. - 40-ly.
"H." Edgefield-Though lost to sight,
to memory dear. A Happy New Year
to all in the home. Knew it was an
oversight, and would-not mention it for
JCsT RECEIVED.-Presbyterian lHymnf
Books, T.ntheran Books of Worship,
Episcopal Prayer Books, Methodist
Hymn Books, with and without clasps.
Also, bibles and testaments, arabesque
binding. 0G11 early at the HERATLD
Mandarin Teas, the best, purest and
cheapest, at Mrs. D. Mower's. Price,
75c., $1.00 and $1.50 per lb. 13-tf
Frzisrrm-Attention Is called to
the advertisement of the Stono Phos
phate Co's Fertilizers, guaranteed by
the.Companiyto be all that is claimed
fothem. Williams, Black & Wil
liams, Charleston. Leavell & Spear
man, Agents, Newberry.
QED PAPERS.-Old papers for sale at
this office in packages of 50 or 100, at
40 and 75ceents. tf.
Sonis on' TEMPERANCE. -This Tues
day (5th) being installation night and
the commencement of a new year, it is
desired that al will turn out, and that
the brothers will see to it that the ladies
If the weather is favorable, provision
will be made for a social reunion, and
amement will be furnished for the
members and their invited friends.
REKOVL-D. M. Ward & Co., hav
ing removed from their old stand on
th6eerner of Pratt and McKibben to
comner of Boyce and Nance Streets, re
spectfully call the attention of their
frienids and customers to the same.
They wilibe happy to see them all at
their new place of business, and supply
their varied wants. 12,
Col. A. Pope, General Passenger
Agpent, has sent us maps and time ta
bles of the Atlantic Coast Line, and the
Midland Line Passenger Routes, for
wiceh ho will accept our thanks. Those
maps are very convenient and travellers
should possess them. We have no doubt
that Col. Pope will be pleased to fur'
nish.them to any person who applies to
him. His address is Columbia, S. C.
Madame Demorest's Reliable Pat
terns -of all sorts can be obtained at
Mrs. D. Mower's. 13-tf.
THE Fnmsr Am:ALs.-Col. Doda
mead will accept our thanks for an an
nual ticket on the G. &C. R.R. It is a
mnost acceptable New Years' gift and is
Col. Jas. Anderson, Superintendent
of the Charlotte, Columbia and Augus
ta Rail Road, has also sent us his New
Years' offering in shape of an annual.
To both of these gentlemen we extend
the compliments of the season, together
itEthe wish that they may enjoy du
ring the year a full share of happiness
At a regular meeting of Silver Street
Grange, No. 55, held on the 19th ult.,
the following officers were elected for
the ensning year, and will be installed
the 3d Saturday in January:
Overseer-W. E. Higgins.
Leeturer-J. B. Werts.
Steward-T. J. Mafett.
Assistant Steward-D. Werts.
Treasurer-J. C. Stewart.
Gate Keeper-Chas. Shultz.
Ceres-Mrs. E. L. Spearmnan.
Pomona-Mrs. Mary Reeder.
Flora--Mrs. Amelia Andrews.
La Ass't Steward-Miss L. Kelly.
GivE HIM PRAIsE.-M%r. John A.
Kinard, the Micient Loading Clerk at
the Newberry Depot, in a spirit of phi
lanthropy, has erected by his own labor
a platform in front of the passenger en
trance. This is a great accommodation,
and especially in wet weather, as pas
sengers are enabled to step from vehicles
to the office without getting into mud.
Mr. Kinard is entitled to praise for this
act of consideration. If the company
will now place a roof over it the climax
will be capped.
MESsRS. HAL'r & Co.-In our col
umns this week wil! fund the large
and attractive card ot Messrs. Hart &
Co., of Charleston, proprietors of one
of the oldest and most reliable Hard
ware establishments in the city. The
advertisement to which attention is now
called is especially interesting to far
mers and planters, and besides the va
rious articles therein mentioned, they
keep a general stock of everything in
their line. We take pleasure in recom
mending Liiis house. and solicit orders,
which will receive prompt attention.
THE PLAcEs-Under the Columbia
Hotel, on Main street, Columbia, at the
People's Store of Messrs. Kingsland &
Heath, seekers of Christmas and New
Year's fancies cannot fail to be pleased.
The articles kept by them are legion,
for there are to be found all things un
der the sun. Besides fancies, they are
in full supply of all useful and neces
sary articles in China, Crockery, Tin
and Woodenware. &c. 51-tf.
A TREMENDOUS LEAP.-On Friday
last a negro girl was taken up and
lodged in jail on account of improper
conduct. and while the door of her tem
porary prison was being locked, she
rushed to the window-the third story
and sprang out into the darkness of the
night. Two or three screams were
heard, and the officer on duty imme
diately went down into the yard and
round the unfortunate girl a heap of
broken bones and bruised flesh. One
arm and one leg were broken and her
back it is thought is also broken.
Strange to say, she is alive, with the
prospect of recovering. It was a fear
ful leap, and the thought of it is suffi
ient to make the flesh creep. How she
escaped instantaneous death is miracu
SALE-DAY.-In spite of the shocking
condition of the roads a large number
Df people were in from the country on
onday. Business was lively. There
were sold the following tracts of land:
147 acres bringing $300; 300 acres,
$700; 200 acres, $2,220; 366 acres, $2,
200; 247 acres, $3,600; 215 acres, $1,
)05; 118 acres, $1,200. Considerable
miscellaneous property was also sold,
tmong which that well known pacing
~rey horse, with saddle and bridle, at
Only one drunk seen.
The number of subscribers who came
md renewed was gratifyingly large.
The HERALD Book Store elicited
raise; sales were made and orders re
PCI.ASKI LoDGE.-At the regular
ecting of Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I.
). . F., Friday evening, Jan. 1st, the
~ollowing officers were installed to serve
:he ensuing term:
T. F. HARMON, N. G.
W. 0. GOR2EE, V. G.
WM. JOHNSON, Secretary.
J. C. WILSON, Treasurer.
W. H. HUNT, W.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.
E. C. JONES, R. S.N.G.
J. T. PETERSON, L. S. N. G.
3. H. M. KINARD, R. S. V. G.
-- -, L S. V. G.
J. A. KINARD, R. S. S.
W. H. LATHROP, L. S. S.
W. H. BLATS, I. G.
A. A. KILLIAN, 0. G.
N. B. MAZYCK, P. G.
CHAPMAN & CRAWFORD.-The read
e will see that there are two capital
Ds in this combination. It is a new
irn, and a very firm one at that, and]
;hey commence the year in a way which
will not only give satisfaction to the
public, but will result in success to
:hemselves. All of their winter goods
ire offered at a considerable discount
n regular prices, and bargain hunters
ill find it to their advantage to call' I
n these gentlemen at once. We would
dd that their stock is large and varied,
so large that everybody and his wife
can find something to suit them. Panic
prics are always popular, and any one
with half an eye, without the aid of
glasses, can see that the two C's are on
~he right track.
We are gratified to learn that Mr. A.
[. E. Sheck, a very successful farmer
in this county, is highly pleased with
bis immigrant laborers, and that they.
are no less favorably impressed with
him. Mr. Sheck's efforts in bringing
labor to this county, and not only that,
bat in so adapting himself to their
wants and peculiarities, is deserving
mention. His policy is not a narrow
minded one, which looks only to the
amount of work he can get out of them.
but in making them so contented as that
by their representations others may be
induced to come, and in the cou-se of
time, as they become independent, the
waste lands may be taken up and made
productive. This is the idea.
To NEW FIELDS OF LABOP.-The
Rev. Manning Brown and Rev. J. L.
Shuford, late of the station and circuit
of Newberry, left here on Wednesday
last for their new fields of labor, and
they carry with them the regrets not
only of the charges which they respec
tivelv ministered to, but of the entire
community, for their eminent Christian
example and social qualities endeared
them to the people, and the two years
spent in our midst have been not only
profitable, but pleasant ones. It is sad
to realize that an intercourse so mu
tually good must be broken, but the dis
cipline of the Methodist Church is in
fexible in this, and these changes are
made notwithstanding the sundering of
ties of sympathy and affection. But we
have the assurance that they will be re
ceived with open arms and warm hearts
by those to whom they are sent, and we
earnestly wish for each of them, and
their families, all the blessings which
they deserve. The Conference this
year made an almost entire change,
there being but two or three ministers
o~z t~r cbarg~
THE YOUNG LADIEs' ENTERTAT
MENT.-We dislike very much to a
-knowledge it, but we were complete]
outdone by the young ladies on We
nesday night last. At nightfall ti
rain came down so lively that it nev(
entered our imagination that the
would venture out, but rather that tb
entertainment wcald be "postponed o
account of weather," so throwing o
an extra piece of wood we si&uggle
up to the fire,and felt easy and comforts
ble, and never knew any better unt!
the last pleasing act of the programM
was ended, and the splashing of pede.
trians in the outside mud was heard a
they returned to their homes. What
mad time we had then. We aie prou
of Capt. Pifer's energetic and accom
plished band of maidens, and pleased
too, to hear that they drew a goo4
house, and that the expression is uni
versal that they acquitted themselves i
all the various parts of Plays and Tab
leaux in the handsomest manner. W,
knew this though, without being told
and this makes the regret the mor
painful that we lost an evening's enter
t:ainmuent of such a delightful character
But never mind, we feel certain tha
they will repeat it, and that with a
little delay as possible.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The weather is just so so.
Slight snow and sleet on Friday.
It is almost a matterof wonder wher
ll the mud on the streets has com<
The town council is respectfullyaske<
o take charge of the goat which wan
1prs about the streets.
The ladies of the Methodist Churel
ire preparing the parsonage for th4
Business has fallen off in consequenc4
)f the bad weather.
Cotton is not coming in briskly now
rarmers are holding back for biggei
>rices, and it is sincerely hoped the
Do you want any bill-heads or an
ther kind of job printing done? If so
all at this office.
A new lot of varieties in the station.
ry line expected at the Herald Bool
3tore in a few days.
Owe no man anything except good
vill. Commence the new year witf
his determination, and stick to it,
Twill do you good.
We hope to chronicle several mar
iages ere long.
Have your invitations printed at the
IERALD office. Elegant paper, and
nvelopes to match, always on hand.
If a man has any misgivings aboul
[oing it himself, let him hire a barbez
lather his wife.
The biggest absurdity ever heard ol
that of a woman weighing 380 pounds
aling herself "somebody's darling.'
A Dutchman says New Yorkers are
berry fine peeples, who go about der
treets sheating each oder, and dey call
lat beesness." It's all the same in
An unpleasant sort of arithmetie-Di
rision among families.
,When a man ain't good for anything
~le, he is about right to sit on a jury.
It is said that bleeding a partially
)lind horse at the nose will restore im
o sight; so much for the horse. Tc
~pen a man's eyes you must bleed him
2 the pocket.
If there is a meaner dog than the
an who reads the paper that some one
se pays for, and then has the unblush
g impudence to use contemptuous Ian
~uage about the paper, we would like
have him described.
The HERALD is not printed for grat
titous circulation. Parties who come
for single copies are expected to pay
r the same. Neither do we furnish
d papers to the public gratis, these
ire sold at the rate of 75 cents per hun
Miller's Almanac, as well as Turner's
r 1875, can be had at the HERALD
ook Store. By the single copy or 100.
List of L,etters remaining in the Post Office
.t Newberry, S. C.:
Miss Sue E. Adams, E. F. Anderson, Wm.
~ostn, C, A. W. Barhamn, James Coleman,
ired Cannon, Jefferson Chatwand, Wm.
~onnell, Miss Fannie Davs, James Epting,
F. Elford, Agt., Mrs. E. C. Ethridge. Su
an Goodwin. col'd., Miss Nancy Hardin,
Lrs. M. E. Hall, J. D. Hipp, Francis Hollo
ray, Mrs. Ida Hildar, Thos. Johnson, Mrs.
. A. Jackson, Happy D. Kinard, JOhn!
ing, J. 3. Keitt, Geo. Latson, Mrs. Char
otte Lewis, Mrs. Julia A. Moore, Aleck Mar
hall, Wade Morgan, Mrs. Jane Maffett, Rev.
k. D. L. Mosr, Glen Metz, Marcus C. Mc.
ano, Win. Mathews, Mrs. F. C. Ring, J.
!. Snber, Miss Carrie Stiliwell, James Speer
1iss Catharine Thomas, L. D. Wilkie, T. V
IVicker, W. G. Watch, Mrs. Mary Yarlan, J
FoR THU HERALD.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C.,
Dec. 29, 1874.
EDITOR HlERALD : The truck far
ners have had a busy time, and eve';
effort has been strained to get in all th<
arrowfat peas they could. And nov
omes the race, after the first week ii
Tanuary, to avail themselves of all thi
good weather possible to get in the
Extra Early variety. Some of then
have already planted ten or fifteer
acres of the first named crop. On<
farmer expects to plant forty acres it
peas. Those intending to put in Irisi
potatoes will be busy after the Nei
Year. This is a heavy crop in it
preparation, and involves a great ex
penditure of time, labor and manare
'he experience of most of those wh<
plant this crop is, that the chemica
and imported manures will not brini
good crops, and there is nothing equa
to stable manure and the compost hea]
in obtaining good results from this gem
erally esteemed vegetable. In pre
paring the ground for this crop, th
soil must be thoroughly pulverized
all joint and nut grass, where thes,
awfully pestiferous grasses occur, (ant
much of the land on the seaboardi
infested by them,) must be rake<
away, not left in the field but thoi
oughly destroyed-particularly th
"joint grass," which is so tenaciousc
vitality that some people go so far a
to assert, that if one end of a sprigi
bnt, it Will germint at the othei
- -e tuber is generally cut to two
- "eyes,' and set in drills 2X and 3 feet
apart, the drills or furrows being flled
with stable mauure when this is allow
able. The sets are placed either uut(er
or above the manure, some preferri g
one way and some the other. Then
follows the plow, either of the mould
n board kind, or a good uld-fashioned
d country half shovel-this is as good
a plough as any one may desire, but it
must have the proper twist, or it will
not do the work effectually. After
the cove-ing the beds should be raked
over nicely and thoroughly. Late
frosts are liable to cut them down, but
- the plant will soon shoot out again,
, very often when nothing but the burnt
I up leaves and bare ground are visible.
- The young people of the village
have been all agog by a visit from
Signor Silvano, who heralded his
coming by flaming handbills, an
nouncing himself as the "Autocrat of
- the Magic World," promising most
amazing feats of legerdemain, ventril
t oquism, clairvoyance and magical en
3 tertainments. His exhibitions, which
he gave us for three nights, afforded
very general satisfaction, and really
proved him an adept in magical science,
and the presents distributed, in many
instances, were useful and valuable.
He is very candid in his admission,
that he is comparatively more liberal
in these distributions.in small towns
and villages than in the large cities,
as a means of advertising his perform
arces, which are certainly surprising,
and many very original.
The old Brick Parish Episcopal
Church, six miles from this village,
having undergone considerable repair,
was consecrated by the Bisiop of the
Diosese on the 27th inst. As it is an
historic building, the oceasiou was one
of much interest in the Parish.
Two AND A HALF CENTs.-The In
0 dian Girl of Perry & Slawson still holds
undisputed sway over the hearts of the
great smoking public; if anything the
admiration increases and will continue
to increase, for her announcements are I
[ always of such a character as to give
i satisfaction. The confidence gained at
the beginning of her career has never
been misplaced, for her watchword is
Excelsior. One of the most successful ,
moves niade was in offering an excel
lent cigar at two and a half cents by
the box, as it enabled the inveterates to r
buv boxes instead of bunches as before.
Messrs. Perry & Slawson, the proprie
tors, have certainly taken that tide at
its flood which carries men to fortune, -
and they deserve the eminent success
attained. All orders sent them will be
promptly and satisfactorily filled, for
any brand or price of cigar. tf. C
EawBERRY, January 5.-Cotton continues
firm, tendency upward, and closing at 13k.
Number of bales shipped, 36,5. a
NEw YoK, January 4.-Cotton quiet and
nominal; sales 171, at 14ja143.
AUGUsTA, January 4.-Cotton firm, offer
ings light and full prices paid-middling 13j.
BALTIMORE, January 4.-Cotton firmner
CISAELEsTON, January 4.--Cotton firmer i
and asking higher-middling 14*.
LIvarpooL, January 4.-Cotton firmer
uplands 7ia73; Orleans 71a71. -
Bit JUST TO YouaaL ANtD GENEROUs
To Youa WIru.--Keep your farmn accounts
correctly and regularly in the "Rural Ac
countant,"~ and give your wife a copy of the
"Carolina Houswife."' rhe large sale of the
Rural Accountant has enabled the publishers,
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Charleston, S.C.,
to stereotype the forms and thus reduce the
cost. They now offer the small size at S1. TI
and the large at $1.50 per mail, postage pre
paid. The Carolina Housewife is Miss Rut
ledge's old established cookery book, and
should he in every house in Carolina. 50-tf
Fu::cHGOTT, BENEDIcT & CO., CHARL.ES
TON, S. C.-PESENTs FOR THE5 HOLIDAYS J
- EXTRAOgDINARY INDUcEMENTS - Best
Standard Print, 6c. up. Long Cloth, from
6c. up. Sheeting, 30c. up. Wool Flannel,
25c. up. Fine Dress Goods and Alpacas, 25c.
up. Wool Blankets, $1.85 per pair up. Full a
lines of Jeans, Cassimneres, Cloths, Ribbons,
and every variety of Dress Goods, Cloaks, C
Shawls, Furs, Housekeepi ng Goods, Carpets, a
Oil Cloths, Rugs, etc. Keeping the largest c
and best selected stock South, we can, with a
confidenee, assure our friend sand the public, e
that by purchasing of us, by order, or per
sonally, they will save from 20 to 25 per cent.
Samples sen t on application. All retail or
der's over $10 sent free of charge. Goods C
sent C. 0. D. Make remittances by P. 0.t
Order, Draft, or per Express. Branches At
lanta, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., where j
goods can be obtained at the same prices.
It cannot be reasonably supposed that when ~
a person testifies to the efBcacy of a remedy f
whose benefits he has experienced, without E
solicitation, that he does so for the purposeoft
misleading the public, or from any other mo
tive than that of gratitude. It is still more
-unreasonable to suppose that eminent physi
cians would corroborate the evidence thus
given unless they were persuaded of its truth.
The proprietors of Hlostetter's Stomach Bit
ters are constantly in the receipt of voluntaryt
testimonials acknowledging the curative andf
preventive potency of this beneficent tonic
and corrective,emianating not only from those I
who have fet its influence, but also from well
known members of the medical profession,
bth here and abroad, who have witnessed I
Its effects, and prescribed it in their private
practice. In the face of such evidence as this,
to which the widest publiCity has repeatedly
been given, it would be aibsurd to question
the medicin ail virtues of the Bitters. Skepti
cism upon thl, point was long ago disarmed,
and they are to-day as much respected and
far more widely known than many of the
offcina! remedies which fignre conspicuously
rin the pharmacopmia. They are universally
reccgnized to be the supreme remedy for in
termittent and remnittent fevers, dyspepsla, I
liver complaints, general debility, disorders
of the bowels and nervousness, as well as a
means of fortifying the system against mala
rious influences, and those which operate in
juriously upon the sensitive organs. Whether
used as a remedy for actual disease, as a
means of building up the broken down
physique, or of hastening convalescence, they.
are never resorted to in vain, and they often
restore complete health when prescribed
remedies cannot even initiate its recovery.
Jan. 6, 1-im.
s It is Not Generally Known
- That the shortest possible route between
the South and Great West is through St.
. Louis, over the St. Louis, Kansas City and
Northern Short Line. This road has gained
surpriaing importance by reason of immense
expenditures in the last two years, of over
two million dollars, besides earnings, in ima
provements of road-way, in relaying their
Iline with best quality of new steel and iron
rails, on broad new ties, and substituting
tor ordinary cars, new reclining chair coach
es, elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dress;
ing rooms with toilet conveniences for la
dies, gentlemen and families traveling with
children, without any extra charge. This]
Sline runs six fast Express trains between the
Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, two more
than any other road, and connects with all
the great Land Grant Roads in the West,
and has adopted all modern appliances for
comfort, speed and safeguards against acci
dents ,incl uding night and day watchmen,who.
inspect the road before and after the passage
of each train to see that everything is in or
der. We recommend those contemplating a
.trip West to take the St. Louis, Kansas City
and Northern Short Line, it being the only
e line running through cars between St. Louis
and Omaha, and for tickets over this excel
Iflent line we refer our readers to any ticket
agent selling through tickets to the West. For
snap, eirculara and Time tables address
s either J. F. MeCarthy, Cincinnati, 0.; or?P.
B. Groat, St. Louis, Mo., either of whom
"* .. Wrnth nwinaDx=annb 4-tr
THE STOIO PHO
The very he.t Fertilizers for COTTON, C
Prepied under the special su, erv.-i n o.'6
Ca h, Apr. 1st, $50;
Dash, Apr. 1st, $33;
Recognizing the advantages of Cash trans
urer, we offer our Fertilizers at the followin
On all orders accompanied by Cash, (not <
;OLUBLE GUANO, (thoroughly au
CID PHOSPHATE, net cash,
For Circulars and other particulars, apply
Dec. 30, 52-3m.
BBB 000 000 K K SSSs
I B 0 0 O K K S
B 0 0 O K K S
BBB 0 0 0 0 KK 6
B 0 0 0 0 KK S
U B0 0 O K K S
BBB 000 000 K K SSSS
OR IIOLD1Y PRESENTS!
iERALD BOOK STORE,
UP STAIRS, OVER HARMON'S.
Dec. -23, 51-tt.
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 16TH SEPT.
. P. PIFER, A. N., Principal,
WITH COMPETENT ASSISTANTS.
The advantages afforded by this institu
on for a thoro::gh and complete educa
on, are second to no other in the State,
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50
advance, or on satisfactory securities.
Boarding in private families at moderate
For further particulars enquire of the
ecretary of the Board, Mr. S. P. Boozer,
r of A. P. PIFER,
July 29, 30-tf. Principal.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBmERRY.
IN TIIE PROBATE COURT.
ullen Lark, ) P,-tition
Admn'r., | for
Against k. Injunction
homas F. Hfarmuon, f and
anid others. J 1Relief.
The creditors of Dennris Lark, dee'd., are
quired to render on oath and establish
cir respective demands, in the Probate
urt for Newberry County, on or before
ze tenth day of January, A4. D. 1q75.
J. C. LEARBY, J. P.
Dec. 16, 50-5r.
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
Alfred M. Reeder, et al, Plaintiffs.
Jesse. C. Smith, Adm'r, et al, Defendants.
etition to Sell Land to Pay Debts, &c.
o Jesse C. Smith, Caroline Glasgow, Sarah
E. Glasgow, Rachael A. Glasgow, Spencer
T. Glasgow, Martha L. Glasgow, Thomas
J. Glasgow, Frances E. Glasgow and
Mary J. Carmichael, Greeting :
For certain causes offered before the
dge of Probate Court, at Newberry Court
ouse, for the County of Newberry,ini a cer.
in Petition, there exhibited agaist you, by
ifred M. Reeder, Berryman H. Lovelace,
Assignee of William W. Houseal, and
ichard P. Clark, the Petitioners, you are
>manled and strictly enjoined, that you
ppear in tbe said Court, at Newberry
ourt House aforesaid, within twenty days
ter the aervice hereof upon you, exclusive
f the day of such service, to plead, answer
r demur to the said Petition, and further
>do and receive what the said Court sh all
nsaider in the premises; and in default
iereof, an Order will be granted, that the
zid Petition be takcu as confessed, and an
.ttachent may lbe issued against you.
Witness, James C. Leahy, Esquire, Judge
f the said Court, at Newberry Court House,
and for the County aforesaid, the fifth
ay of December, in the year of our Lord
ie thousand eight hundred and seventy
ur, and in the ninety-ninth year of the
overeignty and Independence of the Uni
d Statesm of Amierica.
SUBER & CALD WELL,
J. C. LEA BY, J. P. [.s.]
'o the Defendant, Mary J. Carmchael:
Take notice that the summuo: s in this so
ion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
led in the office of the Judge of Probate,
or Newberry County, at Newberry Court
louse, in the County of Newberry, in the
tate of South Carolina, together with the
etition, on the 5th day of December, A.
). 1874. SUBER & CALDWELL,
Dec. 9, 49-6t.
The Store between Marshall's and Phifer's.
The Rooms at present occupitd by Her
The Cottage at present occupied by Mrs.
Possession given 1st day f Ja-nuary,
Fr terms apply to
CYNTHIA MOWER and
GE0. S. MOWE R.
Nov. 24, 47-tf.
Notice of Final Discharge.
On the 2d day of February, 1875, I will
pply to the Jtdge of Probate for Newberry
~ounty, at Newberry C. HI., S. C., at 11
~'clock A. M., for a final discharge as Guar
lia of Sarah L. Moseley (nee Duncan), de
eased. JOHN T. DUNCAN,
Dec. 30, 52-5t* Guardian.
. B. LIENAD & CO.,
Wholesalo arid Retail Dealers in
iported and Domestic Segars,
)f which we always have on hand a large
rid superior stock.
Imported and Domestic
Wines and Liquors
OF BEST QUALITIES.
Always in store Pure North Carolina
..0RN 'WHISKEY, APPLE and PEACH
.. B. LEONARD & CO.
ROY. 4, 44-3m.
ST O N. S, C.
DRN, WHEAT, TCRNIP and other Crol
:e Company's Chernit, ) . Julian Raven
9 G UANO,
Time, Nov. 1st, $55
Time, Nov. 1st, $38
acdons, both to the puchasor and mnanu:fa
g VERY LOW RATES, viz:
imoniated), net cash. 845.00 per Toi
- - - - $:80.00 per To
VELL & SPEARMAN,
Newberry, S. C.
The Board of' County Coninis.,ione;s wi
receive sealed upplications and proposals o
or before the 19th day of January, 187x
for the following purposes, to-wit:
1st. Applications for the place of Keepe
of the Poor House for the year nCEt -ut
ceeding. The application must be accom
partied by a statement of the numbaer of th
fanily placed at the disposal of the Keepe
of the Poor House as well as other men
bers. Also be prepared to enter into re
"ognlizance conditioned for the proper dis
charge of duty.
2d. Applications for the place of Physi
can to the Poor House and Jail.
rd. Applications for lease of the Quarr:
and Poor House farm. Those desi:-ous o
renting the Quarry must be prepared to pa
in advance, and those applying for the farn
must give a lien on the erops ruieed, an
such other surety as may '>e deemed ade
quate to protect the County from loss.
4th. Proposals will be r0ceived for th
furnishing of supplies of c!othinsg i-nd sue]
articles of food as n.av be nece arv fron
time to time for the maintenance of th4
Poor in the Poor House.
5th. rroposals will be received at th<
sane time for furnishing at so much a piec(
such coffins as may be tequired to bury th
6th. Proposals will be received and con
sidered at the same time for the repairi,
of the following bridges, to-wit: Tha
Bridge over Bush River at O'Neall'8 Mill:
that over Bush River at Blease's Mill; thal
called Lindsay's Bridge ; that over Little
River, near Henry Burton's; that over Lit.
tle River, near Silver Street Church ; thal
Bridge on the main Columbia road, near
Thos. V. Wicker's home ; that on the Bun.
conibe road, near Dr. Kennerly's; Brazle.
ian's Bridge ; that over In-lian Greek, neat
Louis Duncan's; Senn's Bridge ; Peterson'
Bridge, near Jas. Workman's place; Werbei
Bridge on the Bouknight Ferry road. The
Board reserves the right to reject any or
all applications and proposals. It is to be
hoped, as the Cash will be paid pronptl5
on all contracts, that bidders will take the
sate into consideration. However, no fanci
prices for work will be paid hereafter.
The Overseers of the Ro .ds in their res
pective districts are ordered to suimmon al
personts who are liable to road duty to worn
on the roads inmmediateiv, and report any~
and all delinquents to the Board.
Chairman of Board.
J. C. LEAHY, Clerk. Dec. 23,51-31
Dry Goods I .7Pilliner&
Silk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
M~rs. D. MOWER'S,
UNDER IIERALD OFFICE.
Oct. ', 40-tf.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
Fuchpfl, Benedicl & Coa
'275KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C
T HIS SIDE OF NEW YORK
FOR PlR1CES, SEE LOCAL.
Sep. 2, 35-6mn.
1RIIT & t00PPW0
Have die pleasure of announcing to th
citizens of Newberry and surrounding cour
try, that they have now int store
A Full and Elegant Stoci
FILL IND W1INTFA
Clothing, Hats, Caps
And a complete a.ssortmentt of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
All of which will be sold at prices to su
An inspection of our stocklis solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Oct. 7, ~h~-ti
Dry Goods, Groceries, Re.
CRUMS OF COMFORT.
Fulton Market Beef,
- N. 0. Molasses, new.
Green and Black Tea,
KEROSINE OIL, 110
Degrees Fire Test.
F: E. SALINAS.
Dec 9-tf .
Look to the Right
lii the trd: have enabledi me to ; urchase
one of the lar_es!, hest an' cheape t stocls
of DRY (::)DS, DRESS GOD and DO
M)ESTICS ever shown in Ne* berry, and I
simply ask my friends md customiS to at
my invitation and exainie not only the
above, but a beautiful and raie lot of NO
TIONS, for ladies, genlemen and youth,
and I am not 1aonly e
a large and handtome stnek in the articls
enumerated, but a superior asortment of
CLOTHING. fiie and ncm.o:, as well as
BOOTS, SHOES and iffT, so
every want of the lhunan f.unily can r be
upp'i..d, not only as to the outer but the
inner nman. I e in aossure 'he, publdic that
A BETTER TIME
never presenited itself for hyving i:i a su;
ply of choice GR() CERIES, ei: hr for foni
lv or pliontation ue al of hieb shOLud be
laid in now while Umnv
in. The above goods hove been bought
cheap, aind not only
For the People of Newberry,
but for the rest of mankind, and BAR
GAINS are therefore olWered to every one
who comes early with the CASH.
On the Corner nder Pool's Hotel.
Oct. 14, 41 tf.
DO YOU WANT
DRlY GOODS UI!M-P
Excellenit in Quality?
IF S0, GO TO
M~RS. D. MOW ER'S,
Where can be found Dress Goods, Fancy
Goods, Laodies Suits, Notions, of all kinds,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the HiaPaLto
Office is the place
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attention.
A pr. 1, 1:--tf.
Turbine Water Wheel.
POOLE& HUNT, Baltimore,
Manufacturers for the South and Southwest,
Nearly 7,000 now in usne. working~ under
headsob var*yinog fromi 2 to 241 fet-n.
( 21 sizes, fromt 5 to it inches.
Thme most powerful Wheel in the Market.
And xmost economical in use of W ater.
Large iLL.tsTRtATED Po;nphlet sent po.,t t ree.
mctrrin:o.. AL.-". OF
Boiler. Ebaughti Cushemr for Minerals, Saw
anid G~ r ist M ills. 1-l1on: i ug M il Machimnery.
Mhinr or Whte Lead Works and Oil
Mills, Sh'aft ing ulysndlines
SEND FOE C:RcULARS.
Having made a settlement on the E.sta:c
of Elizabeth Wright, deceased, notice is
hereby given that I will apply to the Pro
bate Judge for Newberry Countty for a Fitnal
SDischarge as Administrator of said de
ensed, at 10 o'clock A. M., on Thuorsday,
the 14th day of January next.
J. A. IIENR1Y, Adm'r.
Dec. 9th, 1874.-5-5L.
IRA B. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,'
PROSPERITY, S. C.
Gert. ,40>- an.
'Dry Goods,. Groceries, Xec.
J. H. G 1L L A i Iv
D): \L.EI: IN
Dry Goods, Clothing,
fUnder Newb.erry- Hotel.
Rvspectit11 tifom i h nd !nd the
pnI~.ih2 ~tiVt.I, n; !t :.tro(i
Coun Eti, that hi toa of FAL. AND
WINTER GOODS i
Large, Varied and Choice,
And embrace the hoet 'alhia :! yi
0f good- :or ldieQ, o. t h
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS.
Trogether w%ilh tht, .'h.-c -.,t and1k best (.f
All Kinds of GROCERIES,
etler for fa1il:1% or platai on:1 I e, :dll ul
Which are elTere'd it
Moderate Prices for Cash.
Thankfi.i for pat f 3 ors, he 1g a co:..
tinualce, with Oh, ;- rance that nu pains
will be sp:ired to givt' the utmost satisfac
Lion. p. :.,
A FULL LINE
and IR W00
, we C~ &I il S)1 CHtt IC K
.\ ew& I ld Sorner.
arge aid valied sto(l to gods. :uong
Dress Goods, Calicoe- . llov;lery. Gloves,
ces. Collars, ibbon ll o p .
Cas.-ineres. Coths. Kersers. *hirts, Draw
Splendid All-Wool Shawls,
Fur gentleinen and ladit!.
Domestic and ,taplc Goods in endtie-! va
BOOTS, SHOES, PATS, CLOTHIMS,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
A tint aso: tn:ent oi
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A -uperior lot of
C31BIRELELLAS, for hand and buggy.
FINE AND C0DION TRUNKS,
aong which are those con venient andI eie
In short atny atnd t ~t v at icle in our va
riousi lines. alli of which'have bieeni carefllyv
n.!cetd, ataui which we narrtItl to be iirst
Lass, and wich wCi .ill beO
SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
We are always gladl to show (,ur good. andt
P. W. & R. S. ChICK.
Oct. 7. 40--t. f.______
THOS. F. HIARflONI
Wouild respectfiilly ifota h i frient!s and
mistoers that hec is now receiving his
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF GOODS.!
HIE CAN SELL VERY LOW,~
- lie has bougt t hemn with great cart- :md
LARGE AND COMPLETE,
Embrai-icig a very det-ir:t blin' of
WILL BE SOLO LOW.
Io - ri veI.A he :: .: l bt I iet a.t tt~t in
to batltn. it t to me a Uittintne of the
same. IISO &u 2-O..
supv~rs, Coffee. Rice,
Bacon, Chuice llamti.
N!ou)tr. Laurd. 31olases.
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Sheetings and Yarns,'
BAG8/NG AND T/ES,
And~ all other articles to be found in a GtRO
CERY STORE, and all of wh1ich illd
BE SOLD CHEAP
The' undersigned, ben prov.!d wt
the n;ost impro.-ed in:strttn:ents, is prepa:ed
to do all kinds of -UflVEYING; with accu
racy and dispatch. '
All orders left at Sub< r & Caldwells Law
OtRice, or Mrs. C Mfower's Store will receive
prompt attentiton. WRB ,. i, j
Fc.7 ol . WERBER, anre.
n.., -: so--.1v. Dennte Surrevor.
C. M. HARRIS.
Cab et Maker,& Undertaker.
t l~en han and will mak!Ie to order. Bed
Hr-uus, Wardrobes, Saies, Sofas,
e:ce - Lounges, &c
*: Wor-kof a l kindS mj d re
r! libral terms.
wl '11and a full supplY of 31r,)ia
*o"any and Rosewood Barial Cases. -
otin made to order at short noice, and
Oct It tf. MARTIN ilARRIS.
d's MolaIi c iial Cass,
TIIE SUBSCRIBFR ia constantly or.
haud a ft .ssortment of the aove' appioved
cases, of diTernti.t patte n , besiles coffins
of his own nmake, all of n .iCl he is pre-pared
to furniish at %ery reasonJkble rates, with
romIpatles ( and despatch.
Person, desiroas of Lavih: cases Nent bV
-ailroad wil have them sen free of el arge.
A llearse is always on h:and and %ill be
frurnisrhed at the' rate of , p- day.
Tlha171:ul for pat pazronag.,, the sub
riber fully asks for a continuation
Df the san,e, ami awes the p,blic that
no el'ort on his part % ill be spare to render
the utmt110S sati:stactiun.
r.. C nA?5 AN
Newberry S. C., July :31.
FORALLTHINGS ARE NOW READY
Having just rnr ied from iheh Nv: !hern
i ,ad the Nationai Pho:rp.e As.
;o60ion at tiffalo, I feel h.er towpared
o d0 good wvork tn eve r efore, by th
. . . of thev h .' n t --, aind
he 'rettie *.ie-.
vhich :1 a. ie ! t ol
Picture Paper 11eigits, &c,
I sa prepared to :.ke
,opy1ing and Erilarginu Old Iictures,
Taking Residences, &c.
C;l n ble the ret --*t ve . re
;mlwria tha del. :t er10o4s, 2id do
Snt it tt
A proof is al.vay *ut'rntthed fur in.:necior,
efore the prei printed.
Thl sNest wA V o T curme :it o!ce and
et tictures at Nhe . Nw riy Gallerv of the
ver rea:!y Photogropher,
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. S, 41-t f.
COLUMBIA, S. C
Viihirs to the ci.v are respecffiiy in
ited to vist my rooms, where can he sevn
pecinens of :ieturcs in all styles of the Art.
Satisfactip giaranteed an:d pl ices ehcap.
A. M. RISER,
Oct. 1, :31! tzf. Pl.;:n st.reet.
Stores. Tin 3'are, a.
TOfES. V fT[\ IRE, ST
L. HL. REDUS, Agt.,
' tCCEs.'1t To W. Tr. WiluG IlT.
Resp -ei tully intor is the citizers ot New
erry, :bat Ie ha bt:yt out theC entire
tock of Mr. W. T. Wr th atnd havi:n
LVade Large Additions
ot te -a ce i prepared to supply all dle
At Low Prices for Cash.
Hie keeps o:n hattd every! ..:: of
stove. Cooking. Parlor and
nd all other at:i!elos in the tin line, and is
irepared to exe: at ali ki t!e of repairi:.g.
Gutterin~g and Roofir.g
t:!eied to p:omtt!v.
An examint: : elo, a::d ordhri for
L.. hr. ltEDr, Agent.
Vi.oors. Nask- and Blinds.
I SiffTIIERN 11OuSE,
(GEO. S. HACKER'S
J)oor, Sash antd Blind Factory,
l Iise. Itin lT it:ANNON n1TREET.
CIHIAR ..ESTON. S. C.
The1~ oniv ltoune of thec indit in this City
A' ned a.ei mianatged by a (xrolinian.
A. Large St.ock always on hand, and sold at 20
per cet Iess tlian Nort.iern prices.
Ja .I 214 -:217
EuL BILE IU Fit (Ai\.
$4S Cao:, 8.: Time, n i:hiout Itere'st.
PACIFIG; GE.ANI COMPANT.S CtiM.
POEND A CID Pirtisiel'lKT (ri- LIE
for ('ompes:itig w.i:t Co:ton Seed,
Toe accommtodate Plant rs, th.cy can (.r
ier now and have utntil Is Atpi to decidee
v.hethe~r they will take at rte ot casi. price.
Whetn de:livetred trout l'atcto.y byl earlo4d
no drav'age will he charged. This Guano
inow so well known: itt all the Southerni
States for its remtarkablte et:.:e .' at a::u
ay for inicreasin'gdterde 01 o M. 'a*
not to requi:re spoeial T)trecommenda:i' m
its. Its use torti ear. . ~t1 ha e::b
:ished its ebaracter fot'r..I te!a .le excle
Tie sutpplhies put to mt:. :rs
ire, as hert'cofore,Ce. e udrl a
pr'i:Iendl ee of Dr. 'T K ItA N I' E
NEI , Chiem:ist of the Ioa n:y .1 t're
tont, S. C., beneeCe Plan' r may r 1 -:e
that it.s qualty and comp~o-hi V:6
the atne as that her-:-.oer
IHaltmor.- - n
The Storecatpre :on d by .T P.
Tasht. On.e of the hw. -.: .. ' ::N n
IFor particulars, . priv
e;E.. S. MoWER,
ioer lirn.ti (ffice.