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INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
Pak & Co.-Best Known.
. I~~Burriw-Try y6ur Luck.
B. Riff-4o the Afficted.
B. Scott-L-School Claims.
L. H Redas-Swing Machine Notice.
Simeon Young-Notice to Overseers <
Jno. B. Carwile.-RepOrt of the Nation
Bank of Newberiy.
Thos. F. Harmon-Cigars and Tobacco
Bacon, &c.-Spring Prints-Shoes-Flour
Flower Jars-Plow Iron and Steel.
see card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Surve:
DAMAG.-We learn that two span
of Workman's bridge, over Little rivei
were carried away by the heavy rain
of Saturday and Sunday last.
K.m.-A colored boy about eleve:
years of age was killed on the planta
tion of Mr. H. H. Blease on Wednesda;
morning last by the falling of a tree.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
I am prepared to treat Fistula, Piles
Ulcers, Fissure, Stricture, Prolapsus
Polypus, and all other diseases of th(
Rectum. P. B. RUFF, M. D.
Mar. 10, 1875-10-8m.
The Phrenakosmian Literary Societj
of Newberry College will hold its An
-:versary . Celebraton Friday eve
4, Mareh 19th. Orator for the occa
i1i-MrJ. C. Watkins. We acknow
. made by Dr.P
B. Ruff is an important one, and those
who-auffer with any of the various trou
bles named by him will do well to con
sult the Doctor without delay. He hai
made these and other kindred diseases
a specialty. See his card.
Tooth Brushes and Tooth Powder o
the most approved kinds, can be had by
cafingat the Deatal Sooms of
8-tr. THOMPSON & JOTES,
LooKS Imn WoRii-The notice to
Overseets, of,JWWs-looks as if some
thing te trust so. It is
rather late to do much good this season,
however, Still we hail it as a good
omen for the future. Our roads and
are a disgrace and their condi
- .-Asmall bag contain
ing se pieces of silver and gold
coin, carefully preserved as mementoes
of the go'od old days, was abstracted
from th trunk oGa-lady-inthis town on
Thursdaydas6 by a-servant. Fearing
trr i?on and the consequences which
maigfifotlow, the thief agreed to restore
the amount taken inigreenibacks. No
A man stopping his paper wrote to
the editor: "ithink folks ottent to spend
thar-mnunny for a payper. my daddy
didn& - sod he was the
- man in the country,
smaitest family of boise
Countynte mn nve
Ts TLrsw.-The latest novelties in
t9)sosekeepers line are to be found in
Bi&dBHeth, of Columnbia. We advise
prties going in there if they desire
takeep their money from getting away
ae keep a tight grip on it, or if they
~retemptation, to leave it al
leg 'Eliseep the most varied and
elegatstoek of French, English and
A'fnieriean Chiina, Stone and Glassware
tosbe found anywhere, besides thousands
. of oher things. All of which can be
femida under th Columbia Hotel. 10-ti
Dixim.-"Away down South in Dixie~
used- tNetir- the hearts of the boys in
grey ad has still the power to do so,
but it is not our intention to awaken old
mnenrie or stir up hearts, our object
sto'go-further down and fill the stom
seh, wegd do so with Dixie,
,o tairs,bhas just re
i heiarmiy flour
a'idM-k is not good
then about light rolls,
biscuit or brd. The Dixie will make
either, and of such character as wil
satisfy the most -fastidious.
Our good friend Dr. Kennedy, Sur
geon of the old 13th-Confederate
used to say when in service that if he
4ed suddenly, he wanted the verdict o
the juryto be, "&id from the effect 0:
the coug of private - Company I.'
He_had a,melancholy foreboding-tha
cough .was enough to give it to him
Our troub~le is a whistle which reaches
us from front and rear-the best editoi
ris spoiled by it, the liveliest lo
mas ift~ imd insipid, and our day:
.rendered miserable. That whistle wil
beW it1th of us.
Too Otw.-The information furnish
ed us for localizing that a prominen
citizen of Pomnaria had the finest bo:
baby in that section of country, led u
nearly into thie committal of an erroi
Just, however, -as we were about to giv
it honorable mention as a happy occur
rence of *eicent da.te we 'were told tha
the, nfant,was three months old. W
respectfully decline jubilating over:
baby almost out of swaddling clothes
without disputing the point either tha
the youth is a fine specimen, and beat
ROLLOw all others down that WAY.
Mr. L. R. Marshall is entitled to som
testimonial at the hands of th6 citizen
of Newberry. Anticipating continue
rains and fearing a flood which woul
make us take water, he has been makin
superhuman efforts to put us in prope
trim for swimming purposes. An uri
limited supply of shad was furnishe
last week and at low prices. His ol
ject is praiseworthy, and as everybod
basebeen eating pleIfully of shad, an
are prepared to swim, we propose to d
something for Marshall. What shall
UIrAtmm nDmun.-We met n
)n to THE HEAVY RAINS.-The fall of wa
who ter lately has been almost unprecedent.
eces- ed. Bottoms, creeks and rivers, durina
aents the past week, have been covered ani
Lpril, swollen beyond anything seen in seve
tched ral years. Immense damage has beer
issue done to fences, bridges, &c., and unfor
and tunate cattle cut off from pasturage and
lition shelter, and in many instances drowned.
eside The country from Pomaria down t<
ity to within a few miles of Columbia, seemed
then literally covered with water, at leasi
tions that was the appearance along the line
per- of the G. & C. R. R. In many places
the water was up even with the track,
and at one point, twelve miles above
,bted Columbia, a portion of the track was
N1erk washed away. We were among the
indly number of happy ones who had to wait
it of nearly four hours on that miserable oc
r-ing casion until orders could be ieceived
, up from below as to what should be done.
r of It was impossible to advance, every
body saw that, but yet we had to wait
731 from 8 till 1 1-2 for orders to return to
,251 Columbia.- Abominable. One thing
,596 was revealed by the delay, cat-fish are
,714 of a -roving nature, and curious withal,
,858 the opportunity to visit the rail road
,814 was not to be lost, and as the water
came to the track, the fish did the same,
964 and one of them got hooked by Mail
Agent John Shiells. It was a tolerable
fd b ir-sized cat. Now, who would have
ash thought of catching a cat-fish there.
ere- John did, and he caught it. We were
ler- there nearly four hours, and during that
e time another thing was revealed, and
e that was the folly of trying to get in
E. formation from railroad officials. An
see interview with mutes would be more
ard, satisfactory. One thing is certain, if
is they don't know anything they won't tell
ares it. Well, we started back, and naturally
s of desired to know if a train of any kind
and would go up that day. The answer
eks was, if you wait about the depot the
y of rest of the day perhaps you'll see.
wn Ah! it was satisfactory. No one knew
ion, anything. The telegraph office could
ions reveal nothing either. Such conduct is
en- reprehensible. A satisfactory answer,
ar." yes or no, might.be given, and none of
and the secrets of the railroad jeopaidized,
ton, nor any man's dignity hurt.
rhis AsorT THE TOwN AND Cou.NT.- A
'Tee weather has been unusally bad.
w Anothei deluging rain fell on Satur
day night, and Sunday was one of the
ex- gloomiest days experienced this winter.
tore Scott's creek, Bush and Saluda rivers,
ra. Stewart's bottom as well as Uncle Ju
fct, lius', were again submerged. The 'cu
way rous' man says real estate will be ruined.
mcy It is not pleasant to say disagreeable
was things, but wve cannot help again men
Lnt. tioning that it is very muddy-the pros
rait- pect is growing rapidly worse.
f no The constitution of the Patrons of
will Husbandry will be found on the outside
the of the HERALD this week.
the Drummers are doing their level best
will just now. Those of our merchants who
rup cannot go to Gotham and other foreign
the parts are accommodated at home.
fail. The health of the County, with the
vell, exception of colds, is very good. So
rist- much so that physicians are recreating.
our Dr. Garmany, Mr. Tench Pool, and
Dr. E. C. Jones, dentist, are now in
New York seeing the elephant.
taini The new Confectionery Store will
sun, soon be open, and the lovers of sweet
pre- things will have a rare chance afforded
t them. Capt. J. F. Speck is the man,
ad and the place next to his Jewelry Store.
the The Baltimore Corner has again
efer changed hands. R. B. Cameron took
bia, a distaste to candy and has sold out to
I t Mr. Robt. Holman.
the Our thanks are due Mr. L. R. Mar
tter shall for a variety of Charleston raised
gle vegetables, chief among the lot some
ar delicious celery. He will have more of
v in the same sort this week. Call and get
pr-a supply, reader.
ders Newberry is becoming very temper
iblic ate-public days pass off now wiim
The scarcely a drunk. A fight is of rare
t-occurrence. Good T's and Sons, re
rom double your efforts.
We hope the Council are bearing in
mind the necessity of putting the streets
are in order. Extra work this summer with
pa's a slight tax is what is needed,
is Not much doing in gardens. We saw
The a spindling pea stalk lately. There is
ties, life in the old1 land yet, however, and
are better times are looked for,
ese Last Monday week was a fast day
will among the colored Methodists of New
t is berry. Neither sip of water nor bite
ties, of bread pissed lips from going down
i in of sun on Sabbath till the same time on
son Monday. After that time hoe-cakes
ob- were largely in order.
We Beautiful lot Envelopes and other
few Stationery just received at the HERALD
ther :Book Store. Don't forget the place
that up-stairs, over Harmon's store.
i be, After buying Dry Goods, Groceries,
his Clothinig, &c., from Harmon, ask him
run- where Books and Stationery are to be
and had, and if he does not direct you up
aght stairs he is no friend of ours.
olis, Any book or article in stationery
not on hand will be ordered at short
notice. . All that is asked is that the
oba- party for whom the article is ordered
Dr. will call and get it. Terms cash.
, or A good time to subscribe for your
ith- County paper-when you have the
hich money! No more favorable season will
r us present itself than the present, wvhile
the cotton is up.
ince Every man and woman should take
pon, their County paper. By their not doing
mud, so, information is frequently lost whict
ans, is of more value to them than the pricE
ulets of a dozen papers.
is a The best advertisers are those whc
used persistently invite public attention tc
it es- their goods. Spasmodic advertising
fore don't pay half as well.
:hing The flats and bottoms of the Pomaria
ad- section of country have been submergei
for in water. The damage to fencing ani
,egis- ploughed lands has been serious all ovei
mder the country.
:h of Farming operations are very muck
smity retarded by the heavy and continuou
a o~~ai r~ 4L,.,laI 4hat ~i,'hiI~ thA flu'.
TAX NOTICE.-We take occasi<
nrge upon those of our readen
have not yet paid their taxes the r
sity of complying with the requirei
of the Treasurer. On the 1st of i
or 30 days after the penalty att
for non-payment, lie is required to
executions against all~delinquents,
i as this will only entail costs in ad<
- to the 20 per cent. now in force, b
- much trouble, we feel it our di
warn them in time. Remember
that on the 1st day of April execu
will be issued against any and all
s sons who have not paid up.
COTTON REPom--We are 1nd4
s to Mr. John A. Kinard, Shipping 4
at the Newberry Depot, who has k
furnished the following statemel
cotton shipped from this place di
the season commencing Septembei
to the present time. The numb(
bales shipped in
September, - - - -
October, - - - -
November, - - - -
December, - - - -
January, - - - - -
February, - - - -
Total, - - - - 2(
Catalogues of the Books publishe
the Methodist Book House, at 1
ville, can be seen at the HERALD ]
Store, and any selection made ti
from will be ordered with prompti
Orders respectfully solicited at tb
2-tf HERALD BooK fToxi
PERSONAL.-We are pleased t<
dur, old ex-townsman, S. P. Kin
E., once more in our midst. H
enjoying a brief fespite from the c
of business and the responsibilitih
office, and purposes to remain in
about the Conty for two or three w
that he may have the opportunit
seeing everybody. He reports the t
of Walba1l in a flourishing condil
He is as opposed to the perambulat
of ghqsts as ever, and we earnestly
treat iUrreadersto be "very particu]
Capt. J. B. Mulligan, Factor
Commission Merchant of Charles
paid Newberry a visit last week.
gentleman conducts a prosperous
reliable business, and is well kn,
and appreciated here.
No FAULT OF OunS.-Wonder is
pressed that the HERALD Book S
hangs no banner on the outward V
It.does.seem strange and that's a:
but -it happens just this 'way. A
back, December, 1874, in the incipi<
of the Book enterprise, a frame
made and the contract, given for p:
ing, and ever since we have been v
ing, waiting. The prospect is thati
untoward accident happens we
have that sign ready to hang by
opening of the next fall trade. In
meantime wve trust that our friends
not wait for a sign but find the wa3
stairs and make examination of
many articles on sale. If all signs
in dry weather, why not in wet as1
and as it has been raining since Ch~
mas, may be this is the reason why
sign has failed.
A MISTrAKE.-Some persons maill
that there is nothing new under the
but we dispute the point, and are
paredhbesides to:prove it.. It is n<
difficult matter either to'get scores
hundreds of witnesses to establish
fact. To do so it is only necessary toi
to what Perry & Slawson, of ColuE
are doing. They are not satisfie<
rest in the belief that old things are
best always and therefore it were b4
to let well enough alone. Not a si:
time. Progressive in ideas 'they
always getting up something ne
Segars and Tobacco, and with an ap
ciation for printer's ink, which-bor
'on the sublime, they keep the pt
informed of what they are doing.
Indian Girl presides over a live es
lishInent, and one which is known I
~the mountains to the seaboard.
LAURENs RAIL, RoAD.--We
pleased in being able to answer Jala
query by saying that Col. Peak
pushing the work vigorously.
timbers for the first and second tres
-one and two miles above Helena,
ready for placing, and as soon as tl
two gaps can be run over the work
progress with more rapidity than:
now doing. One of the difficul
aside from the weather, has beel
getting timber, but now we have re:
to believe that sufficient has been
tained for all immediate purposes.
saw two car loads on the way a
days ago, one at Alston and the c
l at Columbia. We are satisfied
everything is being done that cal
.and that Col. Peake is untiring in
t efforts to get the line once again in
,ning order, that Jalapa, Laurens
s all intermediate sections may be bro
.into connection with the metro]
t OLD PROBABILITIES or young p1
, bilities, the clerk of the weather
i Jackson, the prophet of Columbia
,any other man to the contrary not'
t standing, or any consequences 'a
s might possibly ensue, will not dete
from solemnly protesting against
continued wetness of things.
eChristmas we have been rained t
sometimes deluged, all the time in:
:while rivers have swollen into oc<
creeks into rivers and gentle riv
have lost their identity. There
r bound. We have reached it. It
not to be so, before the Governmei
tablished signal stations and b
Probabilities were known. Somel
must be done, and as Congress has
journed and no hope can be looke<
there, an appeal is made to the I
tlature to pass an act prohibiting, I
heavy penalty, the further grow
pl ete rpes,tegets a
come in at the right time. Unfortunab
ly for corn, everybody is now elated:
the price of cotton.
Fires are of such frequent occurrenc
all over the State, and particularly ii
March, that we urge the necessity <
insurance. If we can't have fire er
gines let us insure.
Costar's rat exterminator spread o:
bread and placed about premises wher
rats congregate, will effectually driv
them away. We have tried it wit
Some folks are already thinking abou
piscatorial sports, and an invitation t
sit on the banks of the Saluda was ex
tended to us last week. It being
muddy time we did not go.
Harmon cleaned out his stove pip
on Saturday, We will be in no dange:
from blowing up for ten or twelve days
Newspapers .placed between be<
spreads will help wonderfully to keel
you warm at night. Now is the tim4
to subscribe. Six HERALS are wort
one pair $10 blankets, at this rate th(
copies received during the year will bf
equal to eight pair and be worth th(
snug sum of $80. All this we offer foi
$2.50. As the razor strap man says, v
few more left, who will take the nexi
Boston men cannot believe what they
see. One of them had to feel a steam
auger in Chicago to see if it was really
whirling. It really was, and three o
fingers fell down behind an alderman's
Mr. Tardy of Alabama, kept a shoot
ing appointment, lately, with Mr.
B. D. Lay, and was killed. Under the
circumstances, we shoVld have preferred
to be B. D. Lay-ed,rather than to have
A Philadelphia man says that when
his wife gets up in the morning with a
jerk, and neglecting to do up her hair,
goes silently about her work, she is ma
terializing a domestic row which before
night will shake the house to its founda
Only a woman'slairr Whohs not,
some time in his life, picked such a
golden thread from his best coat collar,
and felt his heart beat quicker for it?
Or gazed upon a tress laid- away in
s0me nook, and not feel the infuence ol
tender memories? Only a woman's
hair'. and yet we don't like it in a bis
A gentleman who waited forty-five
minutes in a Boston eating-house one
day last week for a steak, in payino
the bill remarked to the proprietor: "
think I shall want another steak one
week from to-day." "Al1. right," said
the proprietor, -'you can order it." "But
I prefer to leave the order now so that
I shall not have to wait," said the cus
tomer, as he turned to go.
Mr. Maguffin braced himself against
the boarding-hou~se table, and tried
once more to cut the steak. The edge
of the knife turned, but the me at show
ed no mark. Then he called to the
waiter. "Thomas, has the cook used
t.he axe much lately to chop kindling
wood on the cellar-door steps?" "1
don't know," said Thomas. "Why,
sir?" "Because," said Mr. Maguffin, --ii
it ain't too dull I'd like to try it on thi5
The Royal Organ.
The stomach has been well named a "royal
organ," since it sways and controls theentirt
system, every gland, tissue and nerve sympa
thizing with it as the servants of a princ(
sympathize with their master. Each one oi
them is fed and sustained by it-even the
brain itself, the centre of sensation, is abso
lately dependent upon it for sustenance.
Consequently, when the stomach fails tc
perform its all-important office, the subordi
nate organs also falter in their duty. The
reason why Hostetter's Stomach Bitters have
such a wondrously beneficial effet upon the
general health, and are such a reliable pre
ventive of disease, is that they speedily over
come weakness or disorders of the stomach,
and thus insure complete nourishment of the
entire system and a healthful pei formance
of its various functions. Unlike these stimu
lants whose alcoholic principle is unmodified
by judicious medication, the spirituous basis
of these Bitters, which is of the purest de~
seriotion, holds in solution herbal alteratives
and~invigorants to which a foremost rank has
been assigned in materia medica. But it is
not alone the fact that these sovereign bo
tanic elements enter into the composition of
the Bitters, that constinites them such a be.
nign ionic and corrective, but also that they
are so happily combined that the full effect of
each is exerted upon the disordered or debili
tated system. The digestive and secretive
organs are the first to experience their benefi
cent operation, which extends. by sympathy,
to the brain, the nerves and the circulation.
The influence thus exerted is fruitful of those
great sanitary results which have built ull
the reputation of this truly national med i
cine. Mar. 3, 9-5t.
My father, ISAAc HERBERT, was bola it
Newbe:ry county, S. C., June 19, 1801, and
died in the same county, Januaij 27Lh
He was of Quaker parentage, and was
brought up in thiat faith and order, but did
not formally connect himself with ary branet
of the Church until he was about thirty yeari
old, when, being deeply impressed with thi
truth as it is in Jesus, he, with my mother
joined the Methodist Church. Soon after
he was made class leader and steward. ani
held these positions up to the time of hiF
death. His house has been, for more thai
forty years, the Methodist preachers' home
He was large hearted and liberal to all Chris
tian people, but he preferred the Methodists
his preferences were decided, and he did no
tif to hide them. He was a great admier o
Methodist preacher character as it luvolve
self-sacrifice and ti .e devotion to Jesus
and he opened wide his heart, his doors
and his purse, for their entrance and sup
port. Oh! how he de'ghted to spread th'
best to be had before such men as McPher
son, and McSwain, and Gamiewell and Boyd
and Bass, and Derrick, and WVat's, an<
others. He was a man of very plain speech
and pe2:ormed faithfully that part of
steward's duty that required him to tell tb
preacher of his faults. "How is he to men'
them if he does not know of them ?" h
would say, and in unmeasured terms, but il
love he would speak them out. He though
it his especial duty to help the junior preach
er in this way, and many a junior will bles
God for bneing met so faithful a friend. Th
results of the war gave him an opportunit;
of showing to those who knew him, that h
was not following the Master because of thi
loaves and fishes; that he did not seive Gol
because he had hedged him about. The hart
cainings of nearly seventy years of patien
and successful industryj were all swept away
With a conscience void of offense towar<
God and man, he went quietly to work, ani
had he lived a few years longer, would hav
rebuilt his fortune. He was a man of indom
itable energy, which never forsook him ti
the horr of his death. He was an hones
man. Dying, he could have looked th
wol"ntefc n ad~.tfly
nwvr intetioalleaudd yothuly otf
eent.Hentioaly trefrahed of out His d
vctint Heowa an te Churho Gdid not e
hvotintel God and theina Churhadk no emx
haust iterfin thn shapsionalout,a o temr
ion, words. in thespt ut little, He arso
mofrn words. I nu iteve Hewad hot
manr, of may wods. I onever occaon whi
Six Goon RuLES.--First, nevei
t any time, (though that is not lost v
is spent in exercise or proper re
e tion), but always be in the habit c
1 ing employed.
>f Second, never err the least in tr
Third, never say any ill thing of
person when a good thing may be
o of them; not only speak charit
e but feel so.
0 Fourth, never be irritable or un
I to anybody.
Finh, never indulge in luxuries
t are not necessaiy.
Sixth, do all things with cons<
- tion, and when the way to act rio
i difficult. feel confidence in that P
alone which is able to assist you,
a exert your own powers as far as
Card of Thanks.
In ret;ring ..:om the position of Post M
of Nawberry, the delicate and respom
duties of which, as due the public, i
been my greatest pride and highest amt
to pe0orm, I would deem 'yself unw
the generous endorsement of the commi
if I did not imbrace the opportunity of
to tendt,: them the expressions of my sil
'hanks and gratitude for their confidenc
esteem, evidenced by the si&,aiares of
five hundred of my fellow-cia'zens to
me retained in office for the public goo(
Identified with this community in p
as in private station, my best efforts
ever be used to promote the welfare
prosperity of my fel'ow-citizens of this1
and conn':, in which, in common with
own, are centred all my interests and
wishes. E. A. SCO
NEWBERRY, March 9.-There having
no change in priee since last report, an<
cents still rules. Cotton is coming in rap
409 bales were shipped during the week.
NEw YoRK, March S.-Cotton quiet;
796 bales, at 16ja16. Gold active-141
BALTIMORE, March 8.-Cotton quiet
AUGUsTA, March 8.-Cotton steady
dling 15 .
CHARLESTON, March 8.-Cotton quiei
easy- middling 15ja15j.
LIVERPOOL, March S.-Cotton quiet
unchanged-middling uplands7jaS; mid
Newberry Prices Curren
By XAYES & XARTI.
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a
Dry, perbushel...........1 50 a
BAG GING-Gunny-per yard.......... - a
ROPE-Manilla, per lD... .... ........... 20 a
BACON-Hams, per lb..........16 a
Shoulders, erlb........... 9ja
Sides, per I .. ........... - a
BLUE STONE, per 1b. ............ a
BEEF-per lb........................ 8a
BUTTER-Country, per lb........... 25 a
CHEESE-E. D..................... 18 a
CHICKENS-per head............... 15 a
CALICO-per yard................... 10 a
COPPERAS-perlb.................. 8 a
CORN, per bushel ....................1 10 a
COR.N 3EAL, bolted, per bushel.... a
CANDLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............ 25 a
Lagnyra, per 16.......... a
Java,perlb............... - a
DOMESTICS-- per yard.........12 a
7-8 " ..... 0a
8-4 " ...... a
EGGS, per dosen............... - a
FLOUR, per bbl...............7 00 al
GUNPOWh DER, perib............- a
IRON TIES, per lb..............- a
1RON-American refined, per pound a
Plow Steel................. a
LARD, per lb.................... a
LUMBE R-Wide Boards, per 31 ft.. .1200 a
Scantling, per H ft..1000 at
Flooring. per M ft...1500 a
3IOLASSES-Caba, per gal........40a
Westru'dia, per gal.... 50 a
New Orleans, per gal... 99 a
MACKREL-per half l,arrel...800 a
MA.R per Kit............2 00 a
pADE-erib................. - a
NAILS, per keg................6 00 a
OATS,pe bushel................. a
ONIONS, per bushel............. - a
O1L-Kerosene, pe ............ - a
Linseed, raw................ a
Tanner's, Straits.............. a
PEAS, er bushiel.................as
POTATDS-Irish, per bushel.......- a
Sweet, per bushel...- a
PAIN rS-White Lead, per lb...12 a
Chemical, per gal.......- a
RICE, per lb........................ a
SALT, pr sack.........................-a
SHIN ES, per 1000...........5 0
SUGAR-Plverized, per lb.......... a
Crushed, per lb.............a
C, Etra, perlb............ a
Brown, per lb............... a
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal. ...2 00 a
French Brandy........- a
Rye Whiskey..........8 50 a
Holland Gin............ - a
TEA-Hyson, prTh........... ......1 50 a
Imperial, per lb.............1 75 a
Black, per lb.................1 00 a
TALLOW, per lb................. 10 a
VINEGAR-Cider, per gal........... a
VARNISHES-Coach body, per gal.4 00 as
Copal, per gal.......a;
WHEAT, per bushel.............. - a
$3.50 naR AIrNUM
L ABELSJY TIC KETS,
NOTE HEADS, 0STATEMEN'I
LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLAl
B IL L HEADS, T IN'VITA TIO19
P,AMPHLETS, HAND BILLE
PRINTED AT THE
BRAL.D PRINTING OFF
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding Pap
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCH.
PAPER DOLLS and
t &c., &c.
HERALD BOOK STOI
j PRAYER BOOKS,
PAPER of all kinds,
lose .. .J?iscellanaeotes.
All: SP RING GOODS!
any FIRST IN-THE CITY!
ably, - JUST OPFNED BY
Vnd THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES!
A LARGE LOT of NEW and DES&RABLE
that SI-RING GOODS, consisting in part of
DI .SS PRINTS, SIDE BANDS, &c.,SHIET.
ING PRINTS. striped and figured.
lera- WITE PIQUES, very nice-25, 35, 40 and
ht is Honeycomb, Allendale, Lewiston, Marsa
leise and other makes of Quilts.
wer Lace Ruffling. cheaper than ever.
Silk Ties, new styles.
and Longeloths. best brands.
they Sea Island Brown Goods.
Winter Dress Goods,
aster At and Below Cost.
sible And a great variety of other Goods-all to
t has be had for less money than they can be pur
ition chased elsewhere.
Fe C. F. JACKS01NS,
icere 128 MAIN STREET,
over COLUMBIA, S. C.
have Feb. 24, 8-tf.
hall courage Home
best HOME ENTERPRISEs
beenDOORS9 SIM AND BLINK
idly. M ilml
n ir? 0, S=
GEG. S. -HACKER,
L275 CHARLESTON, S. C.
25 Only Carolinian engaged in the manufac
1 ture of DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULD
8 INGS and TURNED WORK in Charleston,
15 S. c.
S PRICES AS LOW AS ANY OTHER
20 HOUSE, AND WORK ALL FIRST CLASS.
80 Mar. 3, 1875-9-ly.
1 85 04
12 -~~~ =.e s i
8 00- .- .
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75 C HRSten nLFADHR
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to0 trce se to, its becoea stanardc
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0 n Gegsaphical thesearc, and has won re eitt
12 50freption; whrevis ORIGIeiL fAES
o nd vausbnces fSine ipesn
2 s5ThNe olumee ben nder Japan avorA
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40 thrcthan Asny ibteyierary cttracn.
W 0e solicot the besmt shrtenewaies, ems,in
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D%ry Goo4s, Groceries, Pe.
Pratt.Street, Under Pool's Hotel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
buld respectfully 68l the. attention ot
the- pablic to their stock-i which e-riiAts of
&c,, &c., &c.
which will be kept constantly on hand.
Give us a call, for you will find it
To Your Interest to Do So,
As we are prepared to
Give You Bargains.
T. J. LipscoM. I HuGa O'N. HARRINGTON.
Mar. 3, 9-3m.
BIRGIlI ' l Gl !
We will sell, for the next
30 days, the. following goods
At and Below Cost:
LAlD8' DRE88 GOODS,
Gents' and Boys'
And the greater part of our e
stock of o
BOOTL 31013O & HATS8 a
LOVELICE & HEELER.
In addition to my last week's receipts, I
am now receiving a large lot of
Fresh Ground Bolted 1
Choice New Orleans Mo.
All of which WILL BE SOLD AT THE
VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
With many thanks to my kind patrons
for their liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed, I h'ope by strict attention to busi
ness to merit a continuance of their custom.
THOS. F. HARMON.
Feb. 3, 1875-5-tf.
50 Barrels Early Rose and Early Good
rich Potatoes, in store and for sale by
THOS. F. HARMON.
Feb. 3, 5-tf.4
Fresh Garden Seed.
A large lot of FRESH GARDEN, HERB,
and FLOWER SEED.
For sale by
THOS. F. HARMON.
Feb. 3, 5-tf.4
A large lot of choice New Mackerel Fish,
in Bbls., i Bbls., jt Bbls. and Kits.
For sale low by
*THOS. F. HARMON.'
Jan. 271, 4-tf.J
Look to the Right
REIENT DEVELOlPlENS E
In the trade have enabled me to purchase ei
one of the largest, best and cheapest stocks m~
of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS and DO
MESTICS ever shown in Newberry, and I
simply ask my friends and customers to at
my nvtatonand examine not onlyth
above, but a beautiful and rare lot of. NO
TIONS, for ladies, gentlemen and youth, sc
and I em not only able
a large and handsome stock in the articles
enumerated, but a supesor assortment of
CLOTHING, fine and common, r.s well as
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, so r
every want of the human family can be
supplied, not only as to the outer but' the
inner man. I can assure the public that
A BETTER TIME ~
never.presented itself for laying in a sup- at
ply of choice GROCERIES, either for fami
ly or pk:itation use, all of which should be
laid in now while money A
in. The above goods have been bought
cheap, and not only g
For the People of Newberry, e
but for the rest of maDkind, and BAR
GAINS are therefore offered to every one I
who comes early with the CASH.
On the Corner under Pool's Hotel.
- Oct. 14, 41- tf.
Dr. S. F. FAINT,
Ru OumAL AnD PETIs
flau~l~T AND IiHEMI~f
11fTI LEAN 211
flee, 20 East Bay Street. Factory, C
Importers and Dealers in LTBRI(
OW GLASS AND PAINTERS' 1
Agents for AVERILL'S CHEMI(
'AINT, RUBBER AND LEATHE'
)IRESSED FLOORING, CEILING, WEA
j terns of Mouldiigs mide, over 100,000
antel-Pieces, Door and Window Frames, a
s, Ballusters of Walnut or Mahogany, on 1
ork made as cheap at this establishment as
band the largest stock of the above, Sout]
itee will give entire-oIsfaction to all who,
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE THE ONLY
ND DO0OP MAKERS-BY TRADE, carryi
ad can refer to gentlemen all oyer this St
te character of .their work for the past i
NOTICE.-On account of the manner inu
on.of the risk of Breakage of Glass with-or
mds in this State at HALF RATES, which
Feb. 17, 7-6m.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WA TCH ES,
&c., &c., &c.
Having just remodeTed and newly fitted
my store, I would ask the public to give
e a call, as my
tock is Now the Largest
rer offered in.this part of the State, and
PRICES A~ LOW
ican be found in the S
My goods are bought direct from the
anufacturers, atad, consequently, can be
ld as cheap as any other House in the
All American'Gold and Silver Watches
ld at Manufacturers' Catalogue prices.
I keep a large stock of
Spectacles and Eye
t in Gold, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames,
isuit all ages, from the best Manufactu
rs in the UAited States.
A large stock of
irhday and Bridal Presents,
Engagement Rings, &c.
In my Establishment Gold Is sold
r Gold, and Brass Is sold for Brass.
All goods sold warranted as represented,
id my customers may rely upon gettifg
hat they bargain for..
LL INDS OF WATCH, CLOCK AIX
JEWELEY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Orders by Mail or Express, for work o1
oods, will receive prompt attention.
Goods sent C. 0. D. to all parts of the
utry, with the privilege of examining
efore paying for them.
Iair Jewelry of all Descrip
ions Made to Order.
IHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moses, as Clerk of the
ircuit Court, bath made suit to me, t4
eiint him Letters of Administration of tb
. & CO., Proprietors.
Drner Cupiberladan.d n Iael,pips.
STON, S. C.
ATING AND PAINT'0IL8,W
AL PAINT, PRINGE'S METALLO
R BELTING. Mar. 3, 9-6m.
['HE BOARDS, Ic. Over 10 d
feet on hand, for sale-St. OWX -T
iade to order at short notice.. Stab.lr New-,
Land and -madeo to order,.d An1d,
can be made tn the United -Stitmems.br"'.
i of the citfof Baltimore#ReafwMehse
want godand substantial work,:--Zc
PRACTIMAL M -imBLN,.
ng on the business In thtefty of
te, Georgia; North Carblina and'Flodmvs; , s-W
F. SEE .O,t oh-flest*I
h ich we box up oar work,'and our l
Unary haLndflbg,owr g6-odsred
Is a great 4aving to the PIRhat %9
oflE BeOpes,o all Oinds to0 ma ch.
teel hand Rfbr ras tes .Yopc
Labendnd and maet Rdgs.
Peacibe ndnte Unte te.' O- v
Insthe d ctof Batious lia wbeer.y'
Walts and socetatl Bok.:
LegrsCayL BookAs, BeeptBs, ENt
gote Bsns and ahre caity of amnIstn
en yeors. '.
I.tSeLL late eCaie u,8.y3
Pcils Inbks-blacwok, anol rm. -
a r igh, ourgles ae Mpeasures
Is agrea swng t th puCheersou adwoD -
Bnloigaper, mall nd ageoht
Stee anord.Rbe raes
D rnbeawnds aner iegs.
Paer olls and Pper Fns. n -o the
An P mtgapyohe th umh-eatbl
Eedemer theY place over, LARMO
Perpetua 4-tre,bsds tekn
INaes TE PeRcilT CraOsURT.be
Ex Prte eorg H. ehap aaste d
Pape Weihpma, Fileae.asre
Bacitianon inards heker and Lettr
Sterngcope Coneration Crde a
for horoydas,.hth C peitoner, GorgekS
Blotinghapma, lmae an liarge -.setlen
soa Brstate Bors TBeamir .chapoans.
ceaein thils CouPar, onridy, th ie
tbeenhdyos ac ex,sn meitl
Wins may hand thndesea fti
Reembrr, the aea of r ord
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROLINA,
Wh are r H. Capmn, as lerkoAd-h
g isrator -Leterson Adinstatio of -e.
mecase. Camn eesd
Pelitan sifor inrettdn and Lr6dtors
of te sa d iasdmhat y b n p
Onpear, eng e, the C.tou rlerof Prbte,
tc beeld athg Newberry Hse, .
for thrt da,th-ato t ar next,eu lfeor
H.ubatpomheo,,a 11 o'eoc in.thefore
noont hshe cuse, Adinitatoo theewh
th soaidstteo Adnstamion shl. C noti bde
ceaned ien deort on Fand; the i 22
tehday of rarch Anext,ini, m1u
[i.s. Cout,Jo C.i LtEAY sitet dP. o.
Feb. V4, Sl-t.J..N C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, -H. C. Moses, as Clerk of the
Circuit Court hiath made sui to .me, to
grant him Letters of Administration, dte
bonis nd effects. of- heri Eseppadef
These are therefore to cite and amns
all and singular, the kindred andcrdts
of the said eceased, that they... and .
appear, beore me, the Court f ro
b,to be held at Nwberr ourt^House,C,
n. the on6thetday of Marneh,afera
atpublication .hereof, at 11 o'lock in efr
hernoon, to shew se, if any theybae h
hv,ythe said Administration should tb
gre.- Given wie my 4. Hanc 2
all and singular, the kindred and.
of the said deceased1, that they.. l~- and
appear, before me, in the Court of.Pre.
bate, to be held at Newberry C6urt~ffouse,
S. C., on the 31st day of .Maa~:nezt,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to ~hew cause, if any tbe~r
have, why the said Administration should
not be granted. Given under my ~H~nd,