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The AmericanSardine Co.'s Bone- j
less Sardiner-e' much better, and
less than half the cost of imported I a
Sardines 8-17. t
Any one who will bring us ten new sui
scribers at $2.50 each, will be given one
extra for himself, and a years' subscription
either to the Scientific American, the Home C
Journa!, Rural Carolinian, Southern Cultiva- f
tor, Science of Health, Peterson's Iedies'
Magazine, Saturday Evening Post or Penn's
Monthly. This offer places it in reach of,
the canvasser to get two papers free of charge.
Or by taking ten subscribers as the reduced
price of $2.25 each, he can secure either one
of the above named first rate papers. Who
will be the first to bring in a club? c
Or five subscribers at $2.50 each, brought f
iR at one timer will entitle the getter up of C
the club to either one of the above named
papers or magazines.
Single subscriptions $2.50, always and
invariably in advance. 1-4t.
IiDx TO New ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C Leaby-Citation.
Corrie V. Cromer-Notice. (
J, it. Tarrant-Notice to Orphans.
S. & U. R. R.-Change of Schedule. Y
J. N. Robsen-Important to Farmers.
C. C. & A. E. R.-Change of Schedule.
W. C. & A. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
C. F. Jackson-Newberry to the Rebeue.
Chas. J. C. Kline & Co.-The Great Cause
of Human Misery.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey- C
or. '40--ly. t
I. 0. 0. F.-R. W. GRAND LODGE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROI.MA.-The an
nu:l session of the R. W. Grand Lodge
will be held at Odd Fellows' Hall to
morrow morning, the 20th inst., at 9
By order of
A. G. MAGRATH, J.,
M. W. Grand Master.
R. W. Grand Secretary.
January 19. 1875.
Ft.OWER SEED.-A selection of choice t
flower seed just received at the HEiAL u
Book Store. Call early and secure them,
BARGAiNs.-From and after this date I
we will dispose of our entire stock of c
Fall and Winter Dress Goods, at and t,
below cost. McFALL & POOL.
Jan. 20, 3-tf.
Society of Roanoke College, through its
Committee, will accept our thanks for
an invitation to attend the Anniversary t
Celebration, on Monday Evening, Feb- t
TAx NOTICE.-Capt. Jesse C. Smith t
requests us to say that the time has been .
extended to the 30th of January. After t
that time the penalty will attach. f
Up to the present date the total s
amount paid in to the office is $20,000. i
REU.GIOUS.-The Rev. Mr. Prc,bst
occupied the pulpit of Luther Chapel
on last Sabbath, in the absence of the
Rev. H. WV. Kuhns, who has gone to
Orangeburg to install the Rev. S. T.
IIallman as pastor of Mt. Lebanan r
THlE AMATEURS.-Owing to the in
clemency of the weather on Monday
night, the Amateurs were not greeted
by a 'large andience. Considering all
things, however, it was a fair turn out,
and thieperformnance elicited many out
Catalogues of the Books published by
the Methodist Book House, at Nash
ville, can be seen at the HERtALD Book
Store, and any selection made there
from will be ordered with promptness.
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
FAVOR.-Our esteemed friend, Ca'pt..
W. W. Davies, the efficient Superinten-t
dent of the Spartanburg & Union R. R.,
again places'us under obligation by the
presentation of an annual ticket over
his road. It affords us pleasure to know
that the serious accident which he re
ceived last f:dl at Alston, did not affect1
his memory, in that we still occupy a
place in his regard.
~ REDUCTION.-A material reduction
has been made by Mr. J. N. Robson in
his fertilizers since last notice. Cash
price of Acid Phosphate is reduced
from $33 to $30, and time price from :
$38S to $35: Soluble Pacific from $48 to
$46 cash. Mr. Robson will also refundi
the difference now announced to the
parties who have bought at former
prices, who apply for the same.
PERSONAL-We acknowledge the
pleasure of a visit from M. W. Grand
Master, A. G. Magrath, Jr., and R. W.
Grand Secretary, Robert James. These
gentlemen have just arrived from
Charleston to attend the annual session
of the R. W. Grand Lodge-which1
convenes at this place on to-morrow1
(Wednesday) morning. We are satis
ied that- theirstay will be made pleas
ant by the fraternity, to which we cor
dially commend them.
ELECTION OF DIREC'TORS AND OFFI
CERTS.-At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the National Bank of
Newberry, held on the 12th inst.,
Messrs. G. T. Scott, R. S. Chick, Jno.
T. Peterson, C. H. Suber, Y. J. Pope.
.. N. Martin. R. L. McCanghrin. ,Jno.
S. Renwick and Jno. B. Carwile were
unanimouisly elected D)irectors of the
At a meeting of the Board of D)irec
tors held immediately after the adjourn
mient of tho'stockholder's meeting. Mr.
R. L. McCaughrin was unanimously
elected President of the Board.
The Indian Girl is one year older
than when she last spake to the people
through the HERAL.D, and it is a pleas-'
ure to say that she has gained in expe
rience. and is better able to cater to the
taistes of the great smoking public than
ever before. She is an authority on
Segars, and when her braind is placed
ont a box, whether 2 1-2, 5, 10 or 25'
cent.ers, it is safe to conclude that they
are as represented. In her behalf.
Mesrs. Perry & S!awson retturn thanks
for the liberal patronatge extended du
ring the past yeatr, and respectfully so
licit a continuance of the same. and
even hope that the share for 1875. may
be 'vet larger. Don't mistake the place
-one door above Coluimbia Hotel
Bloc-,.a,d ne,t to Dial's Ihrdware Es-j
GuAAHANI GUANO.-Attention is
pecially caled to the advt:rtisenient of
fr. J. N. Robson, of Chtrieston, which
ppe-ars in this paper for tile first time.
nd which brings to the notice of plan
ers the above namied guano, a natural
nimal doposit. Mr. Ifobson is now ln
eceipt of a cargo of 50,) tons and as it
sould for the low price of 10 per ton,
will be well to send orders for it at
nee. Read the testimonials in its
GFN. M. C. BrTEI.'s R'1DENCE,
URNE).-The Auzusta Cow.ulionald
et of Thursdav la-t says that Gen. Bit
r, while in the city. received a letter
onveving the information that his resi
ence, twenty mile;s dist:mnt from Edg
eld C, 11., S. C., was burned about 11)
'clock the night previous, and that hiA
ife and children escaped% with difli
ulty in their night clothing. We have
eard no particulars as to the origin of
Cheap miusic and reliable authority
n all that pertains thereto can be had
L the Southern Musical Journal. pill)
shed by Ludden & Bates, of Savannah,
ra., rublshers and wholes:de and retail
ealers in sheet music. These gentle
ien besides keep a large and splendid
tock of all kinds of musical instruments
f the best makers. We recommend
be Music:d Journal to amateurs, the
rice of which per year is only $1.25and
very number containing new music
rortl the year's subscription. Sulbscribe
TilE CULUMBIA HTEL.--This popular
otel still maintains its old and enviable
eputation, mine host Gorman leaving
,o stone unturned in his endeavors to
lease the travelling public. Tile tables
f the Columbia are supplied in the
ery best style, everything available
eing furnished for the delectation of
ic palate, and this is not all, for the
leeping arrangements are also carefully
ttended to that no possible discomfort
may be felt by the lodger. We were
leased on a late visit to behold the
enial Gadsden in his accustomed place,
> whom and Mr. Gorman we feel in
[ebted for many marked courtesies.
TO TIE PEOPLE OF NEWBERNZY, and
e ladies especially, the card of the
Leader of Low Prices" will prove
rghly interesting. C. F. Jackson is
bie man for the tinies, without a ques
ion, for instead of getting into a drng
e sets his pegs and pushes straight
head with such energy and foresight
3at he invariably wins. His announee
ient now of a reduction in price of ar
les previously sold at the Low Price
gure will make a sensation, as it
biould. If the reader cannot conven
mtly go down to the city, an order
an be sent, which will receive prompt
ttentionl if addressed to him at No.
28 Main street, Columbia, S. C.
NEW BUSINESS.-If things continue
s at present, we will be forced to add
nother branch to our business. So
-ret is tIhe accumulation of cravats that
r arc at a loss what to do with them,
nd if others would follow tihe practice
f C. F. Jackson, of Columbia, in pre
nting us one of his best every time
ce visit the city, it would be a whole
ale instead of a retail business. We
omtimes wvonder if he imagines we
ive on cravats. Whatever his thoughts,
lowever, it is passing strange that it is
dwas cravats. Perhaps he has the
iope of choking us off. It matters not,
hoghl, our cry is "Lay on Macduff,
,nd - be he who first cries hold,
nough," and we shall open a first class
ravat house as soon as fair weather sets
n. If he has no objection, a pair of
uspenders b)y way of variety will make
The Crockery and House-Furnishing
~stablishment of Messrs. Kingsland &
leath, of Columbia, still continues to
e the great attraction, although the
lolidays are over. Tile 'het of the
iusiness is they keep a large and
aried stock of goods and the public are
ware of it. Place, Main Street, under
olumbia Hotel. 2-tf.
FESu SEED.-J)r. E. E. Jackson, of
olumbia, the great seedist, as wvell as
cather prophet, has sent us a select
md large variety of Buist's garden seedl,
vith reqrast to sow that their qualities
nay be ascertained. For tile seed we
tre under many obligations to our
riend E. E., but as Newberry is now a
heet of mud it would be vain to plant
t this tune. We have 'seed' seed put
nto wet ground before without profit,
prophets of the weather to tile contrary
10twvithstanding, therefore, we will wait
convenient season. Seriously, B3uist's
eed arc acknowledged to be A I, and
ire always sent out by tile great vege
:able grower fresh, and Dr. J. is one of
;he best agents he has, for being a
;killed plantist and grower himself he
nows whlat kinds to recommend.
Iaving just received a large stock lie
is prepared to fill cash ordera promptly,
and to the satisfaction of all who favor
him. Send orders at once.
CrxT.-The business at this term of~
'ourt is pretty heavy, but it is being
?nergeticaly wvorked up, notwithstand
ng tile unfavorable weather. Tile eases
o far disposed of arc:
TheC State vs. Willis Saind ers-bur
The State vs. Hlamlpton Mitchlell-as
ault and battery-guilty.
Tle State vs. G. P. Jacobi-olicial
Tlhe S:ate vs. J1. B. Reagin-u1rder~
The State vs. Henry Counts-murder
Five cases have been nol p)ros., two
)einlg for~ riot, one for offieial mniscon
luet, one as accessory to arson, and one
r attempt to kill by p)oison.
The presentment of tile Grand Jury
we regret not being able to present to
)ur teaders this week. We learn that
tishigly complimentary to tihe Coun
tyoer,and especially soto the Coun
ty Treasurer, Capt. J. C. Smith. In
our next issue we hlope to lay before
the public a document which we are
satisfied wvill prove interesting.
The case of the State vs. Jas. P. HIar
dI. indictment murder, and that of 11.
P. Coleman and Wmn. S. Glenn as a
essory, and against W. S. Glenn for
.1....,t and battery, r.l-aim natention of
Now receiving at the Newberry lE
ALD Book Store, a large variety of arti
Aes in Stationery.
All kinds of letter, note, legal cap,
sermon and other papers kept on hand.
Wedding and invitation paper and en
-elopes to match, a specialty.
A beautiful lot of business cards just
Superior iuk by the single bottle or
gross.' Quarts, pints, half pints, 4 oz.
and 2 oz. bottles.
Bill head, letter head, note head and
monthly statement paper, always on
hand, and printed to order. 3-2t
TUESDAY.-It is unaccountable why
Tuesday has become the most popular
day in the week. We have thought
the matter over and over. and can only
conclude that it has become so because
the HERALD is put to press on that day,
and of all the days in the week it is our
busiest, and, therefore, in a pure spirit
of perversity everything unusual hap
pens on that day, and if there is any
thing to be done which could be (lone
at any other time, Tuesday is the day
selected in preference to all others.
But one time in our experience has a
circus ever visited Newberry on any
other day-and the consequence always
has been that our naturally demoral
ized devils get entirely beyond control.
The Bell Ringers come on Tuesday.
Every advertiser in town brings in his
card on that day. If a man wants to
hunt up a notice published eight or ten
years ago, he waits until Tuesdav. If
a drayman is due ten cents for deliver
ing a package he is sure to come in at
that time. If a fellow don't want any
thing particular he is sure to call on
Tuesday. The Sons of Temperance
meet on that night, but our conduct has
been so intemperate through the day it
would be a sin were we to attend. If
a robbery, or murder, or distinguisbed
death occurs. it happens just after we
go to press on Tuesday, and the news
is stale ere another publication day. If
an invitation is extended to us to eat
anybody's big dinner or see a couple
married, the time is Tuesday, But why
enumerate further. Of all days in the
week Tuesday is the most trying, yet so
accustomed are we to the pressure, that
if, as it sometimes happens, nothing oc
cars, we hunt something up. It is re
warkable that Christmas does not of
tener occur on Tuesday, and Thanks.
All perpons in any
wise indebted to me,
are called upon to set
tie before the 1st of!
February. L o n g e r
indulgence will not
S. F. F ANT.
Jan. 13, 2--3t.
AOUT THlE TowN AND COUNTY.
The weather since last issue has been
variously good, bad and indifferent.
Just now it halts between two opinions,
and as the clerk is not able to cast a
vote it is impossible to say how it will
This is an unfavorable time to put
seed in the ground-if you have more
on hand than needed, however, you can~
Business since Christmas has been
uncommonly dull. No one comes in
from the country unless forced to do so.
Because we had an invitation to a
turkey and chicken salad dinner, with
fruit cake and other nice things added
one of our non-paying patrons begged
us to treat him. We could not see it.
A drover who could not sell out on
foot, slaughtered here last Tuesday, and
spare ribs, back bones, &c., were plen
Persons going into churches should
enter quietly after closing doors softly.
A noisy entrance makes people turn
A Chicago shirt dealer advertises,
"Buy from me or TI'l bust." Likewise
will we if those who owe do not pay
It is remarked that girls who dress
"loud" soon come to talk andi act loud.
A friend could not go to Columbia on
Friday last, because his linen was all
A pair' of mluddly boots were found in
the cellar of a store in town on Monday
last, and as the door was also found
open the inference is that burglars were
at work. Loss, if any, not known.
Do not laugh boisterously loud unless
yu cainnot p)ossibly help it. It is vul
gar, in spite of the advice to laugh and
The order of the (lay now is home
hunting. This is the p)rincipal buisiness
with the colored p)eop)le. We hope they
may all get good la:ces..I
Every ma:n indecbted to this office is
cardially invited to come and settle.
We trust the advice will be taiken to
kindly. It is foolish in the extreme to
get mad about it.
Cash subscribers only are wanted for
the year 1875. If you have no money.
bring chickens, eggs, wood, fodder,
corn, &c., but (10 not ask for time. We
cannot gi-e it.
Job work from this (late must be paid
for before delivery.
The Book Store is also run on the
strictly cash p)rnciple--no charges
Troubles arc like dogs, the smaller
they are the more they annoy you.
The scarcity of locals last week was
caused by the crowing of a game chick
en in the rear of our office. It was i
possible to write under the circum
A double-fisted Dutchman breaking
up flour barrels for kindling wood, sent
our wits wool-gathering about the same
time. In the extremity a lodge in some
vast wilderness wvould have been a para
The sun shone out on Thursday morn
ing, and the glint of its beams on the
sheets of mud in the streets was an un
Carpenters and bricklayers have had
holiday since Chiristnmas-fortunate fel
This reminds us that some one adver
tises on the street lamp post that 400
caim wnta fr an
The Newberry Hotel is again in the
hands of Mr. J. P. Pool, who will Iun.
it to the S:1ti.faCtiOn1 of everybody.
Major Iteese. military pay miaster,
was in town last week. The hearts of
the soldEvrs were nide light and their
pockets heavy by his visit.
H1E (not Major Reese, but the other
man,) was in town ag:tin : few days
ago and wever satd a word about his
back due sub-zeription. We know not
what to make of such a i:an.
A lady visitor to our Book Store. who
is t close reader of the wEuAw, won
dered lately how we could write so
cheerfully while the weather was so (
bad. Tle only reason we can :Lssign
for it is that some kind-hearted crea
tures are :lways coluing in to pay their
dues. Thiisis wl:it keeps il) our spirits.
Otherwise we would collapse.
Court is in full blast. Some of the 0
jurymen think it a blasted shaine that
thev are obliged to sit when they would
ratfier stand up or walk about. We t
think it a good way to cure: a man of h
A short man became attached to a
tall wouan. and somebody said that he
had fitu in love with her. "Do you
Lll it falling in love?" said the suitor;
"it's more like climbing up to it."
le lushed a fierv red,
Her heart went pit-a-p:tt;
She gently hung her head
Anld looked down at the mat.
He trembled in his speech;
le rose from where he sat,
And shouted with a screech,
"You're sitting on my hat!"
A Soituy 1EFE.NCE.-Tlie Presi
dent's message is just about such a
document as uiight have been expected.
It coribines in baly proportions
Landaulet Williaws' law and Grant's
temper and ratiocination. There is t
nothiR, in it t9 touch the heart or
mind of the p ople. It is eminently
and only adapted ',o the meridian of
those who hate the South, ill the de
gree that they have injured her, or
the flunkies who would like to wear
p!ush livery at the court of Ulysses
the 1st.-'hlwn ix.
It cannot bc reasonably supposed that when
a person testifies to the effleacy of a remedy
whose benetits be has experienced, without
solicitation, that he does so for the purpose of I
mnisleading the public, or from any other mo
tive than that of gratitude. It is still more j
unreasonable to stippose that eminent physi
cians would corroborate the evidence thus
given unless they were persuaded oi its tru t.
The proprietors of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters are constantly in the receipt of voluntaty
testimonials acknowledging the curative and
preventive potency of this beneficant tonic C
and corrective,cmanating not only from those
who have t'elt its influence, but also from well
known members of the tiedical profession,
both here and abroad, who have witnessed
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 he absurd to question
the medicin al virtues of the Bitters. Skepti
cism upon this point was long ago disarmed,
and they are to.day as much respected and
far more widely known than many of the
officinal remedies which figure conspicuously
in the plharmacopeia. They are universally
recognized to be the supreme remedy fcr in
termittent and retnittent fevers, dyspepsia,
liver complaints, general debility, disorders
of the bowels and nervousness, as well as a
means of fortify ing the systetn against mala.
rious influences, and those which operate in- a
juriously upon the sensitive organs. Whether I
sed as a rernedy for actual disease, as ae
neans of building up the broken dIown
physique, or of hastening convalescence, thecy
are never resorted to in vain, and they often
restore complete health when prescribedn
reedies cainet even i0itiate-its recovery.
Jan. 6, 1-1m.,
MONEY SAVED, MONET MADE.-It is no
longer necessary to pay two and three profits.
Messrs. Furchgott, Benedict & Co., beg to
draw attention to their immense closing out
sale of $500,000 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets,
Furs, etc., which fakes place annually be
tween January 1st, and February 15th, prior
to purchasing their Spr-ing Stock, at 275
(ing Street, C'harleston, S. C , M- White
hall Street, Atlanta, Gat., and Bay street,
Jacksonville, FIa. Samples sent on applica
tion. Remit per Express or Post Office Or
der, or goods will be sent C. 0. D. All re
tail orders over S10 will be sent from the
Charleston Branch free of charge. 2-tf.
AGRICULTURAL LiENs.-If you have not
already ordered your Agricultural Liens to
seure advances, do so at onpe. WYalker1
Evans and. Cogswell, Charleston, S. C., keep
on hand tour different kinds, and if neither of
these meet your views, they are prepared to
print, at thbe lowest prices, any special form
to order. If the Planter or Farmer has not
yet bought the Itutral Accountant, a book for
simple farmn accounts, let him do so a; once.
They also have a New Agricultural Lease
which gives the l,and lord a liefl on grop of
tenant. Tihis is very valuable. -f
NEwBERRY, January 19 -Cotton market
active, the supply being good-price rnled at
No. of bales shipped during week, 582.
COLUMBIA, Jatnuary ig.-Sales of' cotton
78 ales-tmiddlin3 1323 14. Market firm.
LIVRPOOl,, January 1S -Cotton strong
uplands 7ta73 ; Orleans 7Ia8.
NEW YORK, Jatnary 18.-Cotton strong ;
sales 3,862, a t 15ta15. Gold 12k.
CHARLESTON,..hanuary 18.-Cotton strong,
tending up-mniddiing 141.
AQUSTA, January 18 -Cotton firm and
in good demand-midd ling 141'
Newberry Prices Current.
By XAYES & MARTIN~.
AIPL ES-G reen. per bushel. .... .....a 2 00
Dry, per bushel..........1 5) al 75
IIuG (;ING-Gunny-per yard.... - a 14
l1:o l-E-a ita. per lb . . .......... 20 a 25
BAC N-iams, per lb........,....... 16 a 18
Shoulders. pecr lb. . .... . ... 93a 11
Sides. perib............... 14 a 15
LtUE TIN E, pjerl1.................. a 15
E EF-per lb..................... 8 a 123
ltTrE-(ountry, per lb.........25 a 3,
(IEESE-E. I...................i18a 20
tillK EN-per lhed...........1. a 3>
CA LICO-per yard.... .............. 10 a 12i
(oIT,'EtAs-perlb............... 8 a 10
olN. per buebiel.................1 10 al 25
(ClRN ME.\L. butted, per bushel.. al 35
CANDLES-Adaman2atine. per ett. 18 a 20
CUFFE-1lio.,C er "b.....,. 5 a 28
L.aguyrs. per lb.......... a 2
Java. per ib............. 3) a 3o
CeTON YIRN. per buncth...........al 55
DOMESTICS-4-4 per yard........12 a 14
7-5..''...... .....lie 12
EG(;S. per dozen.................. - a 20
FI(tLtU, per bbl .................7 0) a9 00
GUNPOw'. DER. p,er lb.............. - a 40
IRON lES. per1..................- - a S
tON-An,erician retiued. per poand 63 a 7
Swedes...................... 9a 10
B;and........................ a 8
11oop........................ a 12
1'ow Steel.................... a 12
P'otware...................l10 a 12
LAD. per lb............---...-a S
LUMBE-wide Uoards, per M ft... 12u0 a2000
Scanatliung. per at ft..10 a200o)
Flooring, per M' ft...50 a2000'
MOLASSES-4uba. per gal.........4: a 5(0
West India. per gal..50 a 75
New Orleans. per gal... 9., al 00
MACKEREL-per half barrel... 6 50 a8 n0
per Kit........... 2 00 a300
MADER-per lb................. - a_ 40
NAILS. per keg.............-.... 6 0 a7 0
As. per bushel...........---.--l J
ININ%S. per bushel..............- a3 00
OILKeroene,. per gal............- a 42
Linseed,boiled............... al 35
Lin,eed. raw.................. al 40
Tannaer's. Straits...............al 26
PEAS, per bushel.......... ...... 00
POTATOS---Irish. per bushel.- .. a2 [.0
Sweet, per bushel......-a 75
PAIN 1$-White Lead, per lb..... 12 a 14
Chemical, per gal..... a2 ,5
RtCE. per lb. ........-.-............. 10
SA LT. ,er sack ................-.--- al 0
S HI 50E . per l100. ......... 00 a6 03
SUGA-ulverzed.per lb......... 14
Crushed. per lb............ a 14
A. pr ib...........---.... a 13
C. Extra, per lb............. a 13.
Blrown, perlb-.............. a 125
SPECIE-Gold..........--..... a 10
Silver........-......... a Q
SPI RITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a3 00
French Brandy.......... - a1400
Rye Whiskey........... 3 50 a6 00
Holland Gin............ - a8 0')
rE-yOf Turpentine........... a 00
T EA-Hysn, per.. .................. ...... 160 a2 50
Imperial, per lb............. 1 7 a2 6'
Black, per lb................... 1 00 al 75
TA LLOW, per lb................ 1 0 a 12
VI NEG AR-Cider. per gal........... 50
VA RNISES-toach body. per gal.4 00 a4 50
Copal, per gal. ........ 00
WHAT. per bushe1................ - a -
IRA B. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PROSPERITY, S. C.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE!
&c., &c., &c.
Having j:lt re:modelied atind newlv itted
up my1 store, I o: 1d ask tho public to give
tme a call, a liy
Stock is Now the Largest
ever offered in this part of the State, and
PRICES AS LOW
as can be found in the South.
P!y goirds .reb t direct from the
lUfaCtUrer,and, g'tl e
sold as el'.p aQ any ot.ei 11use in the
Ali Amei;eat Gold atd Silver Warches
Sold at MmcurrCt: u price!z.
I keep a ia:ge -iock of
Spectacles and Eye
set in iold, rtEel, Rublber and Shell Frames,
to stit all ages, front the best Manufactu.
rers in the United States.
A large stock of
Birth-day and Bridal Prutento,
Engagement Rings, &c.
In my Establishment Gold Is sold
for Gold, and Brass Is sold for Brass.
All good, sold wrranted -.s represented,
atd ty cutoiers n;y fey upon getting
what theY bar.il lir.
ALL KINDS OF WATCH, CLOCK AND
JEWELRY REPAIRING DONE AT
$1ORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Otdcrt by Mail or Express, for work or
go-ds, will receive protmpt attention.
Goods sent 0. 0. 1). to all parts of the
country, with the privdege of examnining
before paying for thent.
Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
By virtue of theC will of the late Jesse
Dennis, deceased, we will sell
On the 26th Day, of January, 18T75,
at the late residence of said deceased,
Ott Titmothty Creek, three miles West of
Prosperity, Newberry Co., S. C., the follow
ittg desdribed property, to-wit: One Tract
of Land, containin-.;
ONE "L NDRED AND SEVENTY ACRES,
more or less, and bounded by latids of P.
HI. Dentnis, J. S. Hair anid othters. Also,
llorses, Mules, Hogs, Sheep, Corw, Fodder,
Cotton Seed, I Three-quarter Wagon, Bug
gy, Plantation Tools, Hlousehtold antd Kitch
Terms made known on day of Sale.
8. C. DENNIS,
Qualtfted Executor and Executrix
Jan 4, 18'5-1-3t.
Splendid Feast !
Tme. o'clocktio1o'clock, P. M. RtFORtE
a.r d rt.edication of' Hltl. PICEt 75e.
Marshall witl have an abundance atf best
Nnttemtnd ljver OYsTh;i18, freshi fromt Suf
folk. Va., all during the 11olidatys, AT RE
ALL RtEAD)Y FOIt Cit tIsTMAS:
COME AT ONCE TO MARt$HA LL'S
We are prepared to furn itt LUMBER in
any quanttty .
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
We have good timber frotm whicht to manu
facture luttber. Par-ties wishing to build
or repair wirll do well to send or bring
their orders to us. Our Mill is 7 miles be
low Prosperity, on the Holly's Fcrry Road.
CEORCE BROWN & SON,
PROSPERITY. .9. C.
(In store oormerly occ-upied by Webb, Jones
Sactdlea, Bridles, Harness, &c., made atid
Hides bought and exchianged for goods.
Orders protmptly filled.
A share of putblie patronage is respect
J. N. BASS.
Nov. 4, 44-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, James K. Mendetnhall htath maden
suit to me, to grant hint Letters of
Administration of the Estate and effects of
Phoba K. Mendenhtall, deceased.
kThese are thterefore to ei-.e antd admonish
:all and sitngular, the kindred arnd creditor;
Iof the said deceased, that they i.c and
appear, bedore me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S.
C., on the 23d day of January next, after:
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in, tin
forenoon, to shew cause, if arty they hv-e,
w hy ti.e said A dmtitnitration should riot be,
granted. Given under nty Hand, -this 61h
,duv of Januarv, Annro I)omtini, 1I5.
'JAM01: C. LTH:, .ly ,. p c.
Wmn. 1. 11entz, et el.
Sarah Wicker, et a].
Petition to Sell Lanids.
By virtne of:n: ord.-r of The H norjhle
aies C. L a ic, QJ Pru'bte, I %%il,
ell, at pubiC ametion, at Newberry Court
)NE HUNDRED AND
FIFTEEN ACRES OF
o4ided by lands of
He same )el.g cAlled the Ho'ne Place, and
w1ned by Ande:on Wicker at his dea:b.
TERMS OF SALE.--One--alf ca4il; bal
nice Oil a Credit of twelve MUnths with in
Prest from day of sile, to be secued by
ond and mortgage of purchaser. Pur
haser to pay for papers
J. .J. CARRINGTON, S. N. r'.
Jan. 1:, 2-3t. t9.
TATE OF SOl'TII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERIRY.
1N THE PROBATE COURT.
lartha S. A. Harmon, by her Gu.rd., ad
einj itiin AI,ram, as Adm'r., 01' the Etate
of Mary Advline Abrans, dec'd , a-id
1v vi:tue of an Exceution in the above
tated action, insiel ount of the Prob!tu
ourt for Line Coui:y alnd Sate aiore,said,
o ie directed. I w%ill sell, at p-.blie outcry,
t Ne%%berry Court House,
)n the Firt 3londaly ill Febuary
etween 0:e usual hours of sai, the follow
Ig Rcaul Estate, to a.it: All thaLt tract of
and situate, lying and being in the County
.id Stme ifores-tid, containing
lore wr less, tear Ashford Ferry, and
iounddllI by Iind,, ci Tho;. iI Aleine, Da.
-id Brown, J. 1. llcier and others. L-v
ed on as the property of Mary Adeline
Lbrams, dee'd., at the suit On Murtha S. A.
larmon, by Giard, ad litonm, against Ben
anin Abrans, adm'r., and otLers.
TERMS CASH. Ptrvim;er to pay for
>pers. J, J. CA3RIN TO.N! s.-T .
Sheriffs Office, .Jain 9th, 1875.
Jan. 13, 2-3t. t15.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PRO1ATL' COUl1T.
Mary Mizzard, PcEtitionei.
1. Hamilton Buzzard, J. N. Martin, As
signee, and other.
By order of the Court of' Probate, I will
)n the Fir- t Monday in February.
tNewberry Court House, a tract of land
ing in the ()onnnty aud State aforesaid,
ore or less, the same being the residence
f tine Real Estate of Henry Bunzard, de
eased, anid bounided by lands of Phi. Grot
rell, Mrs. Mary Buzzard, W. Griffin and
TERMS CASH. Tine purchaoser to pay
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. G.
Jatn. 1:3, i-: .
TATE OF SOU'TH CAlROLINA,
COCNTYT OF NEWBERRY.
IN TIL E C0ODION PLEAS.
efferaon E. Br own and James T. Douglass,
James D. Epps, Defendant,
Comnplint for Foreclosure.
By virtuie of tine decretal order of the
jou'rt in this action, I wiil sel' at Newberry
9n the Firs~t 3Monday in 1%bruary
d the following Real Estate, lying and be
g int thne County an:d State aforesaid, con
sevn Hundred (700) Acres,
nore or less, bnoutneid b; lan~d: of Thonmat
. Brown, .Johnn McCariey, Barneh~ Dunean
md others, ans tine property of James D.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. Purchanser
o pay for' papers.
J. J. C A RRINGTON, S. N. C.
Jan. 1:3, 2-3t. tU
Stor'es, Tin WPare, 4ic.
1TOVES, TIN W IE, &I
L. H. REDUJS, Agt.
(SUCCES.90R TO WV. T. W RIGiiT.)
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry, that lie has bouight out the entir
stoci of Mr. WV. T. Wrnght, arid hnaving
Made Large Additionm
to the sarne is piepared to supply all de
At Low Prices for Cash.
le keeps otn hnd every kind of
Stove, Cooking, Parlor anc
atnd all other articles int thme tin line, andi
prepared to execute all kinds of repairing.
Guttering and Roofing
attended to promnptly.
An examtirnation of stock, and orders fo
L. H. REDUS, Agent.
Dec. 16, i, -if.
Dry Goods. Grocc'*iex. R.
THE GRET SOUTHEi
DPRY G ols HU SE
ruichnp", kredict & Ea
2;5 KING, STREET, (i U LESION, S. C.
OIL CLOTHS, G
THIS SIDE OF NEW YORK.
F P:l( Fp. .: .'. \ ..
Look to the Right
In the trade: h4ve en,,bletd me to;urcha6e:
one of the lar:c , beL za cleapest stocks
of DRY (;OoDS, DRESS GOODS and DO
MESTICS ever Ahown in Ne.%berry, and I;
simply k'iA my friends Ad custonm.rs to at
my inViLtto and xamine n)t only the
aiove,tbut a be.intiful and r.,:e 7t of No
TIONS, fo ladies, gentlemen and youth,
atd 1I am1 not OIy able
alarger.td hnd-onestreL ii the articles
enuera-d,buta iuerii i so:rment o;
iL( Tii iNt. fin:e a ti emrn.o.s as well a
ev.-iy v-znt or the human .ti ity.11:iY can be
iJpplied, no on as to 1h1 oi.r %ut the
Mnn1r m1.411. 1 eCan am-mec h pu"Ji.- ',Izt
A BETTER TIME
n-evcr presented itself for Iying itN a Slp
ply of choice GROCERI E4, either for fami- i
Iv or piantation u , l! of w%hich should be
laid in now while money
in. The above gootis have eu bought
cheap, and not on!y
For the People of Newberry,
but for the rest of inda!i-, and BAR- 3
(AINS are therefort, ofi.-red to everV one
who comes er'y %iti the CASI.
tOn the Corner undter Pool's Uotel.
Oct. 14, 41 t f.
Haviehctc4n~ he plea-ur O noning lo the
citizens ciof New r d '.otnding conn
t ry, thnt thtiey have now ini Sio,'
A Full and Elegant Stock C
FILL I\A W1IME c
Clothinlg, EatS, Caps8,
And a complee, a.,wortment or
Umbrellas, Trunks, e
Valises, Canes, &c., B
All of wthich w-ill be. sold at price to suit
Al lspecition f ou-r stocki is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
SOLI BLE P1(iFl0 GMNF
8&tjCash, 85 Time, without Interest.H
PACIFIG; GUANo COMfPANT'S (C,d
PoUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME
for Composuing with Cotton Seed,
C:ut Cash, $35 rine, wtithout Inlterest.
Tho accommiodate Planters, they can or
der now ard have until hat Aprii to decide
whether they will take at ti::.C or cashl price.
When deihvtered fromn Lctory by eVarload
no dravage tillh- bechargerd. Th:ie Guano
is now so well known in all the Souther
States for its remtarkabic efYUets ats ant agen
zy for increasing the prod ucts of labor as
us. Its use for nine years pa1st has estab
ished. its charaeter for relIiable excellen-ce.
Trhe supplies put irto market ti.is seaison
ar,as heretofore, prepared un;der the sit
perintendence of Dr. ST. JULIAN R AVE- w
NEL, Chemrist or the G;ompany, at Charles
tonl, S. t., hence Planters may rest assured
that its quality and composition is precisely I
the samte as that heretofore sol.
. N. ROBSON,
Agent for Somb Carolina,
C:hai lestotn, S. C.
.JOHN s. RIEFE- & (-t ., General Agents,
A. B. MORRISON, A
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Haviing' permlanently loctedtt 41i Ne-tr
rv-, I respectfully inform the citit'.tns of tne
town and surrounding country, that I anm
prepared to execute all orders which may
be entrusted to me in mty line. My longj
experience as a Mereiant Tailor, nmakes moe
cntfident that I w ill give en:ire sattisfactima.
and all I ask is a fair i:1d. Cutting it. ihe
latest style, and all work done in the neat
Place of brsv,., over Ca;-. J. F. Speck's
Cleaning anid Re,pairing done promptly.
ISe p. :3u, 3t--4rm.
To the Members of the South
Ministers of te South Carclinia Methoiit
Conference are respectfully intforn;edI tha4t j a
having made arranlgemtents with the lP-n
lisi inte HIoue at N:i-hviule, Tenni , I arn c.
abied to supply them-i a iuh any oi tihe Books
or Publications of that Iouse ont the same
per centage that they have hitherto been T
getting themi. .Is
Al! orders accompat.ed by the Cash, I
either thtro ugh P. 0. Money Order or by
Drift, wi;lhbe promptly filied.
In, s-ndilng orders, write n.:me an.d Post
ttlc eil.THOS. F. GRENEKER,
Pt opieor IhitA Book Store.j
vIEDE's IRON, :0E'>.
LO)W sTEE:1~L. NAi LS.
(JPE. PLi\W LINES
~1an ' 1- m.
11 O-Pi4 Pl
Sfayh, Apr.1, ndC0;e Tin
)LBE UAo.o throuhynoii
Dec.:, Api-. t 5 ;Ti
ACID000 PHO S.
Bash, ApO 1st $33;Ti
Beon7in tAl 0 0 az0e O K~ trsac.O
DB, Oe O~1. On Ocrtzr KK th 1c.'i
on 000 000)' x K I
331l H00 PRKKT
ERALD BOOK STORE,P0
)"e : 51-1l M..
be Best and (iheapest in the ner
Marke ! o
BY THE HALF DOZEN, FE.
Me:ch ns, e.:: a:.d 6..W-I:
t Wholesale Cash Price.
A goodi activ e agen' wan~,'tfor New b,r-~
MOORE & COZBY, o,r
YOLUI B/.l. ,S. '. Tl
OF CHARL.ESTON. S. C.
ILLIAMS, BLACk WILL'MS, ub
No. 3 Cotton F.xeba:de.
SOUTH! ATLANTIC WII-RI
:red ander thr l. l r(IcI': rvisionl o' our n
mirt-t, Dr. 5'T. .11 'LIEN R AVF.NF.L, r
w ofe'red at recduced rates.
THE STONO SOLUBLE 6UANG
I a thtoroughI)y-anmmonia:eel FVrtilizr.n
BE STON0 A(11) PHOSPHATE.
excelert for compIostiI: or iu the urih
IPECIAL RATES Will be made '3 ith all ti:t- appul.'
a -ers for C.ar )uznE::. A\'br.'. .
E. C. WIl.LIA31S. 'T'zeasurer, oX loa
Keyt a Bowx4&y, Che ::ton, S.-A 4.'rdi. o
LE T S.t
full line of
IlG: FODE CDTRN.:!
and Market StreetF,
,9 s. c.
1N s. C.
EAT TI' NIPS :-: c!her Co;s.
Chei-:-, I 't. Ju:i Ihrene
te, ANOV. 1st, . F
te, Nov. 1st, 838.
oth to :i;,e TrehaI:;' a: 4 ma li ieI
d,net ec': $45.00 per Toni.
- - $;5.00i peQr TIen.
& SPL EARMAN,
Newbeirry, S. C.
hin~e Water Wheel.
LE & H UNT, Baltimore,
~cture: s 'or t be Senth and Scu:hwest,
,i r :en . . t mae
n : to : inh.
..a , : ta io. .:a: -t o E:i. ine-amit
*la:- C 'n: r for N1iwr.t-, Saw
SENDf FOR CIRCULARS.
IE FALL SESSION
COMMENCE ON THE 16TH SEPT.
PJFER, .A. M., Principal,
lTH <M l'!PEENT ANSTANTS.
e scoudl to no o:he 2CnC the 'L:Ce,
nee,i or )' on ,tii. :ory s 'curities.
un: e partie::ars enquire of the
A P. PII'ER,
-' :.-It. Principal.
e ir E :0.- M 1's ope, Po pe
M. M. BUFOR~D,
t*. W. ULEFORD,
T. W. DAY IS,
eI. of I.e . Bufor'd, dec'd.
ce of Finial Dlischarge,
e* 'd dy of Fe'bru't:, 18'-5, I wi~
> the.Judge Of Proba.k for Ne.wberry
. M.. :or h:fnal disk h ag a Guatr. -
".tra L. Moseleyt' (aire Dunccan, det
J)'IN T. .0UNCAN