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Special and Local.
I=D TO NEw ADvERTIsE3ETS.
:Pole & Hunt-Machinery.
C. Merchant-Mule for Sale.
J. Carrington-Sheriff's Sales.
mrs. E. K. MeKellar-Estray Cow.
B. K. Bliss & Sons-S500 in Premiums.
J. W. Douglass-Special Revenue Taxes
Horatio C. King-The Christian at Wor
J. R. Emery-Stockholders Meeting, S.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Surve
BANK NOTtcE.-We have been r
quested to give notice that from th
date, the office hours of the Rank wi
be from 9 A. M. until 2 P. M., until ti
20th of September next. Bear this n
tice in mind, between 9 and 2 o'clo<
are the business hours.
DENTAL NoTICE.-We are pleased
notice that Dr. Albert C. Johnstone, r
cently graduated in Dental Surger
has commenced the practice of his Pr
fession, in the rooms over Mrs. Whaley
Store, and where he will be happy 1
see his,friends and the public general]
who may need his services. 1t.
CO,LARDS.-Have you sent on yoi
$1 for the Pee Dee Herald yet, and s4
cured a paper of the celebrated Colla
Seed? If not, now is the time. V
acknowledge receiving our supply <
seed and will take pleasure in showin
them to any one.
Jhq Excelsior Literary Society
Newberry Coegewill acceptour than
for invitation to the Anniversary Cek(
bration to be held on Friday evening
March 26th. The orator on that intei
esting occasion will be Mr. J. B. O"N
Holloway, of Pomaria.
A GooD ITCAL.-Friend Marsha:
was disappointed in not getting fis
Tuesday, (yesterday), but will hav
thqm to-day, (Wednesday),- also, mor
of. those Nansemond River Oyster.
which will eat mighty good this col
weather. He also o6ks for vegetable
E. M. Morman, Esq., of Newberry
was in the city yesterday, and argued :
ease of demurrer before his Horg
Judge Cooke last night.
(Greenville Daily News.
presumed that the above refer
to dwtvwnsman, T. S. Moorman, Esq.
and as we have no Morman's in ou
midst we demur against it.
THE YER BEST.-We are indebtei
to Mr. F. E. Salinas for abottle of th
very best 'vinegar-labelled Vinaigr
Epaneais-ever brought to this market
for which we return him thanks. Hi
stock of Faimily Groceries is of th
choicest character, and always kept ul
trthr fullest standard. Housekeeper
are ad vised to give him a call.
The Abbevlle Mediun says:
'eii ncert in Due West las
evening was successful.
hundred persons paid thei
sndwenitin to see the elephaif
- was good and theaudenc
- War would like very much to knosi
wh'ere the Professor got his elephan
and how much he paid for it.
I am prepared to treat Fistula, Piles
Ulcers, Eissure, Stricture, Prolapsus
Polypus, and all other diseases of th
manimm P. B. RUFF, M. D.
G.RATFYING.-An advertiser livin,
ia an upper county wrote us the othe
day, after previously paying his bill
tosend him a bill for the balance of hi
account. He was satisfied he was si
in our debt, as our change was smalli1
comnparison with others. Our advice t<
him wastorest easy-there was nothin
more to pay. Would there were mor
like him, or e.ven of those who pay on
tin*e without any desire to repeat. W
lke him, and hope he will send us anc
ther hard very soon.
We take pleasure in calling the atter
tion of our readers, and especially thos
who need Machinery to the advertisi
ment of Messrs PooLE & HUNT, tlh
widely known Founders and Machinisti
of Baltimore,Md. Thesegentlemenha'
an exceptionally large and well equippe
establishment, supplied with the lates
and most approved tools and appliance:
and are at all times prepared to promp
ly fill orders in their line, Furthel
more, they guarantee fair prices, ti
best of materials, and first-class work.
WHAT'S THE MATTER?-What h:
become of our Jalapa, Prosperity, P<
maria and Chinquepin itemizers? Has
theygone up, or down, or ceased to b(
We should like very much to hear froi
some or all of .them. We know th:
teir,. s?ctions are all in a fiourishin
condition, but that is all. As to birth
marriages and deaths, so interestingi
a majority of readers, we are in ti
dark. In all other matters we are al
in profound ignorance. Wake up,
ready writers, and let the world he
ITHETN .- he latest novelties
thenhousekeepers line are to be found
the extensive furnishing house of King
land & Heath, of Columbia. We advi
all parties going in there if they desi
to keep their money from getting aw:
to keep a tight grip on it, or if th<
cannot resist temptation, to leave it
home. They keep the miost varied a:
elegant st"ock of French, English a)
American China, Stone and Glasswa
to be found anywhere, besides thousan
of other things. All of which can
found under the Columbia Hotel. 10
NOT DRowED.--A report was T
on the town last Thursday, that Will
our Edgefield beef man, had met wi
a watery grave in the Saluda, int
vain attempt to cross with his beef we
on. We are rejoiced to s;. thatit
report was untrue, for he put in an
.e -an on 1rMay morning with 1
GOOD TEA AND COFFEE.-Messrs
Chapman & Crawford are introducina
the New York Tea Company's cele
brated Teas of all brands and charac
ter, besides the very best parched coffee,
in pound packages, samples of both ol
which have found their way to our table,
. and knowing that the pudding can onlv
C. be proved by chewing the bag, we hav
subjected each to test and have found
- them good. The teas are remarkably
cheap and nicely put up in round tin
boxes, the covers of which are screwed
on. The boxes themselves, aside from
is their contents, are valuable, and can be
1 used for a variety of purposes. The
>e lovers of good tea and coffee are advised
to try what Chapman & Crawford can
do in these lines. They will please
accept our thanks.
to FINE RAIN.-The drought, which
- continued here during the whole of
SThursday and a part of Friday, was
- ended by a shower on Friday night,
is which continued till day light, and on
o Saturday there were about forty more
showers, each one a little bigger and
heavier than the other; between 3 and
4 o'clock, the last one eame down out
tr of a cloud so dark and heavy that
- chickens inadvisedly went to roost and
d our merchants put lighted matches to
e their kerosine lamps, while the printers
X in this office laid down their 'sticks' and
g departed. There being no further need
of 'copy,' we too left. Chickens, calico
dealers and printers were all too fast,
though, for it.was the closing shower of
the day, the sun shone out soon after
and paled the dim light of the kerosene
lamps. We hear no complaint of not
getting enough rain, everybody says
A MIST.um.-Some persons maintain
[ that there is nothing new under the sun,
L but we dispute the point, and are pre
e pared besides to prove it. It is not a
e difficult matter either to get scores and
, hundreds of witnesses to establish the
I fact. To doso itis only necessary torefer
s to what Perry & Slawson, of Columbia,
are doing. They are not. satisfied to
rest in the belief that old things are the
best always and therefore it were better
to let well enough alone. Not a single
time. Progressive in ideas they are
always getting up something new in
a-Segars and Tobacco, and with an appre
.ciation for printer's ink, which borders
* on the sublime, they keep the public
informed of what they are doing. The
Indian Girl presides over a live estab
lishment, and one which is known from
ethe mountains to the seaboard.
Mr. J. N. Robson, Commission Mer
chant of Charleston, widely and favor
Sably known as a large and reliable
dealer in guano, paid us a visit on
STuesday afternoon .last. Among the
other fertilizers which he furnishes, and
we should say the principal, is the Solu
ble Pacific, which for the last eight or
t nine years has been extensively - used.
-In all that period of time the Soluble
Shas been kept up to the standard which
first gained it popularity, and, the cer
tificates constantly given prove its worth
r as a fertilizer. Mr. Robson is now ma
t king the grarnd rounds of the up-coun
try, and we commend him to all whom
he may visit as an exceedingly pleasant
gentleman and one very ac'comodating
, in his business transactions. It will be
, borne in mind that the price of the
i Pacific has been reduced, and can be
obtained most favorably for cash, on
time or cotton option, and that the
notes on the latter plan are so drawn
i that the buyer has the privilege of either
' paying in cotton or at the time price in
A FAVORABLE OproRTUNrrTY.-Mr.
A. HI. Silsby, traveling agent for the
Silsby Manufacturing Co., located at
Seneca Falls, N. Y., favored Newberry
'with a visit on Monday. His object,
and a very laudable one, is to sell the
town one of the Company's celebrated
fourth size Rotary Steam Fire Engines,
with 700 feet of Hose, the price of all
complete, $6,550, payable $1L000 on ac
-ceptance, and remainder in four equal
annual instalments. Mr. Silsby has in
-terviewed several prominent gentlemen
who seem disposed to entertain the idea,
and we take this occasion as a favorable
one to urge the attention of the Council,
iand through that body, the citizens
t generally, to a matter of such prime ne
cessity. Newberry needs a fire engine,
and a good one, and is able moreover
to have one of the most approved make.
Mr. Silsby has left the matter in the
hands of the Council, under the promise
s that action wvill be taken this Tuesday
- evening, and the decision can be made
e known to him at Frog Level, where he
? has gone for the present. No greater
a boon could be conferred on this town
t than a good steam fire engine, and it is
g time that the people wake up and get
o0 INTERESTING AND PERSONAL.-Col
e Peake and family are keeping house on
~O the "push along, keeping moving" prin
e ciple, that is, they occupy an elegant
r palace car, completely furnished and
provided, and which follows up the
~work on thc Laurens road as it pro.
jgresses. This is decidedly a novel and
pleasant way to live, as a change ol
e scenery can be enjoyed without the an*
e noyance of changing cars and bothering
yabout baggage, It is convenient to the
yColonel also, and advantageous to the
a,t road, as there need be no absences on
ad the part of the efficient head. We are
d pleased fo add that the prospect for
re Laurens is decidedly encouraging, every
ds thing is going on finely.
Dr. Strother Pope, we are pleased to
-tf say, has returned home, after graduating
at the Jefferson Medical. College of
tt Philadelphia, eager and well prepared
is, to enter upon the active duties of his
he Dr. Albert Johnstone is also at home,
~g- after finishing his course in Dental Sur
he gery. May the practice of both these
P- gentlemen be successful and large.
he Messrs. Pool. Garmanv and Jones W4
CouT.-The March term of Court
commenced its session on Monday,
Judge M. Moses, presiding. The usual
difficulty presented itself in the absence
ofjurors and witnesses. At this term
the case of the State vs. Glover. charged
with the murder of Gomillion in Edge
field, will be tried-Wednesday, we be
lieve, being set apart for it. The case
of the State vs. J. W. Kitchens, charged
with the murder of Jasper Henderson,
fmd which occurred last winter a year
ago, it is presumed, will also come up
this Court. Kitchens was brought be
fore the Judge on Monday. Young
Kinard, colored, on the charge of lar
ceny, plead guilty.
This bar was out in its full strength,
there being sixteen members present,
but of this number how many were pre
pared for business we know not. The
jury is respectably mixed with white,
there being nine of the former to
thirteen of the latter.. The only foreign
lawyer present at the opening was
Ira B. Jones, Esq., from the city of
Prosperity. Others are expected who
it is thought are stuck in the mud.
Since writing the above Solicitor Flem
ing and J. E. Webster, Esq., have ar
rived from Spartanburg, and Gens. M.
L. Bonham and M. W. Gary, Maj. W.
T. Gary and others from Edgefield.
Boston, colored, for stealing Maj.
Baxter's cotton, has been already found
guilty. le had the blackest jury on re
cord. This Court evidently means busi
HONOR TO WHOM IT IS DuE.-The
Probate, Clerk of Court and Treasurer's
Offices, presided over respectively by
Judge J. C. Leahy, H. Claremont
Moses, Esq., and Capt. Jesse C. Smith,
are so admirdbly kept, and everything
so systematically arranged in them, that
it is particularly gratifying to us to be
able to give these gentlemen a kind
word of notice. 'To step into the office
of either insures the visitor not only a
gentlemanly and pleasant reception,
but that immediate attention so agree
able to all men, and any information
which pertains to their respective of
fices is given promptly as it should be.
This line of conduct has gained for them
the good opinion of all who have busi.
ness relations with them. The office of
the County Commissioners too, hereto
fore a place to which a visit was always
dreaded, and where anything but satis
faction could be had except at the ex
pense of one's dignity. is altogether dif
ferent now. With Judge Leahy as
Clerk of a Board of reasonable Com
missioners, business is despatched in a
satisfactory manner and promptly, so
that there is no need of dancing attend
ance on the outside, and after all meet
ing with disappointment. In a word
these offices are well and efficiently or
CANAL MEETNG.-A meeting of the
Stockholders of the Pratt Street Mud
Canal Company is called for this Wed
nesday evening. The business will be
heavy. Five per cent. on cash shares
is needed immediately. The necessity
of a prompt response will be seen when
we say that a few boats are to be placed
on the canal at once. The inconvenience
of working one's passage by the old
mode will be obviated, except at Mud
lick Lock, between the new brick block
and the Court House, owing to the
slight elevation just there. After the
boats pass that point and strike the
descent the trip will be rapid and pleas
ant as far as Amosokia. For the pres
ent, the Company proposes that this
point shall be the terminus until more
mud can be obtained to raise this por
tion of the canal. It is supposed that
generous individuals will contribute to
this end. We see no reason why there
should not be a straight plane from
Lock No, 1, at the Baltimore Crossing,
to the railroad, even if the banks or side
walks should be a few yards lower.
The success of the Company depends
on the qu:ntity of mud which can be
had, and the past history of Newberry
shows that however backward and close
we have been in contributing to other
measures of relief and enterprise, in
this thing of giving cart loads of real
estate they are all right. It is 'curous
ut true. Remember the meeting.
ABoUT THE TOWN~ ANDw COUNTr.- .
The weather cleared off cold on Wed
nesday last, with a biting wind.
The few days of sunshine and wind
caused the streets to dry off' wonderful
ly. But alas, again it commenced rain
ing on Friday, and it has been suggest
ed that the. streets be turned upside
down, the sub-soil being in good con
dition. Don't know how it can be done
The man who predicted a mild and
open winter, because the hair on squir
rels' tails were not as thick as usual,
had- his ears frozen four inches deep the
It served him perfectly right. It
wont do to trifle with the weather. Old
Probability is the only man who is priv
ileged to do that.
The old song "Wait for the Wagon,"
is all the rage now. Men with their
breeches stuffed into their boots can be
seen standing around mud holes at all
hours waiting for their wagons to come
out. Some sing it in an unpleasant
No one reports early vegetables yet.
The editor has an invitation to eat
fried chicken. Less fortunate ones are
implored not to become envious.
He has the promise too of a whole
lot of them in payment of an advertise
Several persons renigued on those
large oysters of Marshall's last week.
Strange, we never saw one too large.
The largest ever heard of, Baron M.
said made a meal for two hundred men.
The reader is advised not to believe the
story. There is no doubt about Mar
shall's, they were uncommon.
We regreti in thiscnnention to say
pleased to state, has a large supply,
just received. Call on him for it.
Crockery for the million can now be
had at T. F. Harmon's. He has just re
ceived a large and varied lot.
A box of type directed to W. P.
Jacobs, Clinton, has been found on the
plantation of Mr. Johnstone. It was
broken open. It can be obtained by
applying at this office.
The benefit of advertising never was
more clearly shown than in the case of
Lovelace & Wheeler. Our notice of
their nice hams caused such a rush that
they not only sold out what they had,
but two hogsheads of the same kind for
If you have anything good for sale
don't be afraid to advertise the fact.
Scores and hundred of people look
through their paper before deciding
where to buy, and often to make up
their minds as to what they want.
The HERALD circulates all over New
berry and adjoining Counties, and af
fords fine opportunities to merchants
and others as an advertising medium.
The job office is complete, and any
thing from a single line visiting card to
a whole sheet poster can be executed
neat, cheap, rapid.
Do not send off your work when it
can be done at home as well, as cheap,
and certainly in quicker time. Think
In the book and stationery depart
ment also are many articles not hereto
fore kept in this place. Besides any ar
ticle needed which is not on hand will
be at once ordered and promptly ob
tained. Our facilities being unusually
What is better than a promising young
man? A paying one.
A wagon and team were left alone
neai the Court House on Monday last
from early morn till dewy eve, and
perhaps later, for we left them there
when night came on. It was cruel on
A brisk trade is doing in Guano just
now. A. J. McCaughrin & Co. are
disposing of large quantities of their
acid phosphate and other fertilizers.
Other agencis are also selling largely.
This is an evidence that farmers are
wide-awake and intend to spread them
Is it not strange that neither Mr. P.
Scott nor Maj. J. P. Kinard have been
able to catch the thieves who broke into
and robbed their stores?
Capt. J. Y. McFall, an old rebel, was
aught in the act of sticking up a Ku
Klux notice on Wednesday last. lie
aid he was not ashamed to acknow
edge the corn, and would (10 so again,
s the notice was only in reference to
Elkin's prolific K. K. Korn.
Speaking of corn reminds us of Mr. F.
E. Salhnas, not that he ever gets corned,
h no, but that it is his intention to corn
he people of Newberry with the best
f corned and pickled meats. Make a
orner on this, good folks.
A hole on the side-walk not far from
our house' has been filled up with a
ock which projects as far out as the
ole sank low. The remedy is worse
han the disease. Patrons of the HERAL.D
re advised to hold up their toes when
passing by that rock.
Harmony prevails under the HERALD
ffice and so does smoke. Our devil
ays let 'em alone, it's nothing to what
hey will get after awhile.
The time has come when the cry
oes over the land that the fruit crop
will be cut short by frost. We do not
pprehend1 danger, however. -
The number of hand organs on Pratt
Street, reminds the traveller of Elysian
There was another gate agent in town
last week. Ilis gate is ahead of all
>ther gates ever brought to Newberry.
There were two twilights on Satur
lay, one between three and four o'clock,
caused by a heavy cloud, the other at
the regular time.
Mr. Tench Pool, of the celebrated
irm of McFall & Pool, has returned
from the North, and the public will in
a few days have an opportunity of ex
amining a splendid stock of new spring
There was a fox chase on Friday
night last. The hounds opened at nine
o'clock, but unfortunately soon struck a
cold trail, and after a run of four hours
the party gave up .the chase without
success, further than a lively time.
Thirsty people are advised to be, pa
tient-Speck will soon come to their re
lief with an excellent drink from his
Soda Fountain. It will not be long,
Next Friday will be Good Friday,
and Sunday, Easter Sunday. Rabbits,
according to a well established, will
commence laying colored eggs on Sat
urday. Little boys and girls are ad
vised to be very good and keep quiet,
that the eggs laid for them may be
many and pretty. Rabbits do not like
Marshall's name appears so seldom
in this paper that there may be persons
who think he is not doing anything for
the public. We take pleasure for one
tme, therefore, to say that he is doing
his level best in shad, oysters, vegeta
bl es, as well as other things.
"Gotion Buttor" is the newest way to
spell the article which adds so much to
the flavor of a good steak.
There is another one of them in town,
this time it is one dollar and forty cents
worth of pencils, etc., for twenty-five
cents. Scores of people are made hap
A bride in Indiana, after the conclu
sion of the marriage ceremony, stepped
racefully forward and requested the
clergyman to give out the hymn: "This
is the way I long have sought."
A saving husband-"George, dear,
don't you think it rather extravagant of
you to eat butter with that delicious
jam?" "No, love, economical. Same
piece of bread does for both!"
A little girl upon her return from a
children's party, being asked if she had
a good time, replied, "Yes;L but there
wasn't much boys there."
"Mr. Spekah, Mr. Spekah, I rise to a
pint of o'dah. Dar's de man what done
it," ejaculated a member of the Arkan
sas legislature, as he shook one hand
rnti.all iat th e aleiannd mopped
PROBAmUTIES.-If you are a man
business, and should you advertise, a
that liberally, the probability is tl
you will retire with a competency.
In all probability, if you have an
telligent boy, and place him at 1
printing business, lie will grow to bc
worthy and hnnored citizen.
The probability is, that a person w
continually borrows a newspaper, wot
be guilty of something meaner-if
would not he found out.
If you want to subscribe for a pap
send the subscription price to the e(
tor, with your name and address, ai
the probability is that it will not be r
If you have a favored newspaper, ai
wish to surprise the editor in an agre
able way, get up a subscription clu
forward the money, and the probabili
is, that you will receive many thank
If you are desirous of communicatir
any news to the editor, write it intel
gently and legibly on one side of tt
paper, and the probabilities are, if it
of any worth, it will receive the light
day in print. W. C.
OLD PAPERS.-Old papers for sale
this oflice in packages of 50 or 100,
40 and 75 cents. tf.
Catalogues of the Books published I
the Methodist Book House, at Nas
ville, can be seen at the HERALD BoC
Store, and any selection made ther
from will be ordered with promptnes
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
HABITS OF A MAN OF BUSN-ESS.-H
conduct should be regulated by a s
cred regard for the principles of justic
He is strict in keeping his engag(
He does nothing hastily or carelessl.
He employs nobody to do that whi<
he can readily do for himself.
He does not unwisely reveal his d(
signs or his business.
He is clear and explicit in bis ba
le leaves nothing to memory whic
would be more safely committed i
He preserves all important letters r<
ceived, filing them with precision an
He keeps copies also of the essentis
portions of his own correspondence.
He keeps a memorandum book in h
pocket for current matters.
He will not become a surety withot
prudent consideration of the circun
The Royal Organ.
The stomach has been well named a "royE
>rgan," since it sways and controls theentir
ystem, every gland, tissue and nerve symnp:
hizing with it as the servants of a print
ympathize with their master. Each one<
hem is fed and sustained by it-even th
rain itself, the centre of sensation, is abst
ltely dependent upon it for sustenanc4
onsequently, when the stomach fails t
erform its all-important office, the Enbord:
ate organs also falter in their duty. Th
eason why HIostetter's Stomach Bitters hay
uch a wondrously beneficial effect upon th
enral health, and are such a reliable pri
reutive of disease, is that they speedily ovel
ome weakness or disorders of the stomacb
nd thus insure complete nourishment of th
ntire system and a healthful performanc
f its various functions. Unlike these stimr
ants whose alcoholic principle is unmodifle
y judicious medication, the spirituous basi
f these Bitters, which is of the purest dc
;cription, holds in solution herbal alterative
nd invigorants to which a foremost rank ha
een assigned in materia medica. But iti
ot alone the fact that these sovereignI lc
anic elements .enter into the composition c
he Bitters, that constitutes them such a b4
ign tonic and corrective, but also that the
re so happily combined that the full effect c
ach is exerted upon the disordered or debil
ated system. The digestive and secretiv
rgans are the first to experience their benef
ent operation, which extends. by sympathy
o the brain, the nerves and the circulatiox
'he influence thus exerted is fruitful of thos
great sanitary results which have built n
he reputation of this truly national med
ine. Mar. 3,9>-Ot.
How TO RESTORE THE PROSPERITY 0
HE STATE-eep your money at home.
Do not send away for anything which yo
an obtain as well here as elsewhere. WV
do not advocate paying $5 for that whic
you can buy abroadi for even $4.90, but whe
you can buy your Blank Books, of the bes
rade, at prices as low as New York, the
end to Walker Evans & Cogswell, Charlel
ton, S. C., and purchase what you need. A
their Blank Books are made in Charlestoi
nd your encouragement will sustain
worthy manufacturing enterprise. 10-t
NEwBERRY, March 23.-Our cotton ma
ket still continues brisk, supply and deman
both being good. Closing price for the weel
15 cents. Number of bales shipped 293.
NEw YonK, March 22.-Cotton stead.3
sales 2,396, at 16ta17.
CHARLEsTON, March 22.-Cotton firmel
net receipts 811.
AUGUsTA, March 22.-Cotton firm.
LIVERPOOL, March 22.-Cotton firm a11
advanced a fraction-middling upland 7lat
middling Orleans 8:t81.
Newberry Prices Current.
By MAYES & MAETIN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2
Dry, per bushel........1 50 al 7
BAGGING-Gunny-Per yard... - a 1
ROE-Manilla, per lb... ........... 20 a 2
BACON-Hams. per lb............. 18 a 1
Shoulders, per lb.......... Sia 1
Sides, per16............. - a 1
BLUE STONE, per lb. .............. a 1
BEEF-perlb.................... 8 a 1
BUTER-Country, per lb........ 25 a 3
CHEESE-E. D................. 18 a 2
CHICKENS-per head............ 15 a S
CALICO-Pr yard............. 10 a I
COPERAr-b................. 8 a I
CORN,nper busel..............1 10 al 2
CORN M1EAL, bolted, per bushel.... al S
CA NDLES-Adamantinle, per sett... 18 a 2
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............ 25 a 2
COTON YARN, per bunch.........al S
DOMETICS-44 per yard........ 2 a ]
7-8 " ..... a]
3.4 " .....
EGGS. per dozen................ - a
FLOUR, er bbl................7 00 a9(
GUPOVn DERl, per lb............ - a
IRON TIES, per lb........-a
IRON-American refined, per pound 6 a
Plow Steel................. a
LARD, per16..................... a
LU1BEL-Wide Boards, per 31 ft.. .1200 a201
Scantling, per M ft...O0 ai204
Flooring, per M1 ft...150 a204
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gal........ 40 a 4
West India, per gal.... 50 a
New Orleans, per gal. .. 90 al
MACKEREL-per half barrel...6 00 a8
per Kit..........2 00a31
MADDER-per lb............... - a
NAILS, per keg.................6 00 a7
OIO, per bushel.............. - a8
01L-Kerosene, per gal........... - a
Linseed, raw.. ............... al
Tanner's, Straits........... a
PEAS, per bushel..................31
POTATO-rish, per bushel.......- a2
Sweet, per bUshel... - a
PAIN rS--White Lead, per lb..... 12 a
Chemical, per gal.......- a2
RICE, per lb........--............. a
SALT. per sack...........--.--..... - al
SH INGLES. prJO000..............500 a6'
SUGAR-ulverized, per lb.......... a
Crushed, per lb............ a
A, le b.............. a
C,A r, per 1................. a
C,EBr, per lb.............. a.
BrowIE-Gord........-- .... a
S FRTSCrnchisrany.......... 00 al I
ryec Whiskey..........- a64
Holan Wiey........3 -0 a6
Holland Gin..........- aS
e SPRING GOODS
FIRST IN THE CITY!
10 JUST OIPFNED BY
Id THE LEADER OF LOW PRICE!
A LARGE LOT of NEW and DESIRABI
,r, SpRING GOODS, consisting in part of
1. DRESS PRINTS, SIDE RANDS, &c., $I111
ING PRtINTS. striped and figured.
WHITE PIQUES, very nice-25, 35, 40 ai
e- Honeycomb, Allendale, Lewiston, Mart
leise and other makes of Quilts.
Lace tZuffling, cheaper than ever.
Id Silk Ties, new styles.
Longeloths, best brand.s.
e- Sea Island Brown Goods.
b, Winter Dress Goods,
S. At and Below Cosi
Lg And a great variety of other Goods-all i
be had for less money than they can be pu
" C. F. JACKSON'S
at 128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
Feb. 24, 8-tf.
'y Encouirage -Home peopi
DOORS, SA1HAND BLINDS
0GE. S. HACKER
1i CHARLESTON, S. C.
's Only Carolinian engaged in the manufa
ture of DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULI
It INGS and TURNED WORK in Charlescor
0- PRICES AS LOW AS ANY OTHR
HOUSE, AND WORK ALL FIRST CLASC
Mar. 3, 1875-9-ly.
e ForenhVlm Bgnwt aur
f 4 ~Z ~
Thsmgaieha ane nveslr
dim f rehinorato oElltht reat
uhoiy,whc is sugh fan qe
abod n h xene arten 0
The varournhe olum Scence with plasian
skThs ofavin ha arndanvad A
e conitonsthe inusres eincrenst soli aSE
SAL trcis AS. toe ituey LIFEry Achaa
Ate, mand TH b e A atBha pubi
tean of theoni ies shrtcstoriesa poms
an esaoo thcsedayc, ad has on respeca
auority,oo reihws souti fainessuote
aTrad n Volue etnedndeprtery fao
Gbegaphicaesac, ths on ancrease,fr
ther tarnu banchbae et of iece, actionasa
Wesli ci t he t accontrna of miin. pgitrn
sbscrptions. Ast.t )rl ieaycaa
S Oer itma tr ANY be sai , taithPubliss
nad TEsis$ PER ANNUdy.a, PAYAL won AIsp
CLBrAiTEso reviwsb teir7 Firnes anie
Volume bean Fodeevery clbafTwnt Oubc
ab.er, tan etacy illemet funse atratin
T e olums omit wt the prmtrnwa afepna
ans uynmes fec er ubscripton.
409n aycmmnto wtret any Jrnmbe
d Wen3 no$ PieR isspciier, PAilE Ie uude
meCewit RTE fT copie, $7; Fthe currer
$1o;uTenois$0 and baknmeac willbesnt a
cordingl. Fotevr clreopTwntid. se
The magame commenotce snth ther tu
term Jul nubsptof echsear. ubi sri
tin wed. mmncwt ar. 3,u9-6e
Thne wiah fthe residmernftial elet
unuuamprtanbck toutherees ilbent e
met ofa1875.ne shll ntdeo seto aderst
thewem ful,fihfladf ary.3,9ft
T HHE EKL SUsNowatie. i
Th uatiohofer sesthouad elct es.il
1edr areforunc toth evet and deieor
mesals nof 1only ehl endeavor to descruly io l
s thretuy fait ulyonwe aresly
THE WEEKLY SUN haslno aottineto abe
0 an ultyisewsaerAll nw the publi ofth d
- shll ntolendeavrt coneep ithenl upniopa
i ol tanard ut tehof moen and ad t
$ ITH WEEorKLY SoUak will WEnnEKYSt
5 btorough newspaper All the wo Ith i1
4 ata full lntwnomment.ran and r atea
8 every sort, but wil print nothig to offen t'
- most scrupulous and delicate taste. It will
0 ways contain the most interesting stories at
romances of the day, carefully selected a]
2 legibly printed.
2 The Aricultural Department is a prominel
2 feature in the WEEKLY SUE, and its articl
8 will always be found fresh and useful to t
io The number of men indpedent in politics
1 increasing, and the WE EKLY SUN is their p
per especmally. It belongs to no.party and obe
no dictation, contending for prmnciple, and
the election of the best men. It exposes ti
ocorruptioni that disgraces the counry and thres
0ens the overthrow of republican institutions.
0has no fear of knaves, and seeks no favors fro
SThe markets of every kind and the fashio:
aI Tegpriceof9 teEEKLY SUN is one doll:
5 a year for a sheet of eight pages, and fifty-i
0columns. As this barely pays the expenses
~ aper and printing, we are not able to make ai
0o discount or allow any premnum to friends wl
0 may make peial efforts to extend its circul
t ion. Une the new law, which requires pa;
4ment of postage in advance, one dollar a yet
with twenty cents the cost of prpid post
added,is the rate of subscription. Itis not necest
0 rtget up a club in order to have the WE EKI
10SNtt this rate. Anyone who sends one d<
4 ar and twenty cents will get the paper, postpi
13 for ba gyear.s
3 E WaeEKLY travellinghntpgs. t
3 2 colmns OEEly SUN. a ightr posages,fifep
o dicolumns. foml t1.2s ratye.rotg rp
10TEDIYSN- ag orpg e
0pae Nof discontyfromhthi column. Dayci
10 Tio oEr DAILYU.A the neforpagen
u usrpin otg rpi,5 et o
)0 r of.5 atwear. et clus.ovr Dai cdcu
S tiont ofe 20, e. Acent. enw
Subscription, posta 55 cen ts a moni
or $6.50 a year. T J or over, a d
Dry Goods, Groceries, X
Another lot of those nice SPRIN
PRINTS just received-some beautiful pa
terns. Also, a nice lot of SPRING GOOE
for gentlenens' and ladies' wear.
At , HARMON'S.
Var. 10,-tf. -
A nice lot of Ladies' and Misses' SHOE
on hand. Sold cheap.
CORN, MOLASSES, FISH, &c., on han
and to sell low.
, LIPNCOMB &
Pratt Street, Under Pool's Hotel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would respectfully call the attention o
the public to their stock, which consists o.
&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. LiPsCoMB. HUGH O'N. HARRINGTON
Mar. 3, 9-6m.
~ We will sell, for the next
30 days, the following goods
At and Below Cost:
LABIBS' DE88 GiOOB,
Gents' and Boys'
C L OT HING,
And the greater part of our
ROOTS,11013 & HAT.
LOVELACE & IHEELEI,
,Feb. 17, 7-tf.
In addition to my last week's receipts, I
am now receiving a large lot of
i: Fresh Ground B olt e d
S Pearl Grits.
S Choice New Orleans Mo
All of which WILG BE SOLD AT TIHE
SVERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
1 With many thanks to my kind patrons
for their liberal patronage heretofore be
L. stowed, I hope by strict attention to busi
;. ness to merit a continuance of their custom,
g THOS. F. HARMON.
Feb. 3, 1875-5-tf.
50 Barrels Early Rose and Early Good
,rich Potatoes, in store and for sale by
Li THOS. F. HARMON.
SFeb. 3, 5--tf.
SFresh Garden Seed.
'- A large lot of FRESH GARDEN, HERB,
1 and FLOWER SEED.
t For sale by
THOS. F. HARMON.
e Feb. 3, 5-tf.
- New Mackerel.
A large lot of choice New Mackerel Fish
in Bbls., .i Bbls., i Bbls. and Kits.
For~ sale low by
THOS. F. HARMON.
-Jan. 27, 4-tf.
SLook to the Righi
,In the trade have enabled me to purchas'
one of the largest, best and cheapest stock
2e of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS and DO
>e MESTICS ever shown in Newberry, and
'simply ask my friends and customers to at
i my invitation and examine not only th
i above, but a beautifal and rare lot of NO
.TIONS, for ladies, gentlemen and youth
and I amn not only able
a large and handsome stock in the-article
enumerated, but a superior assortment o
' CLOTHING, fine and common, as well a
ar BOOTS, SHOES and H ATS, so
-every want of the human family can b
r, supplied, not only as to the outer but th
ge inner man. I can assure the public that
SA BETTER TIME
never presented itself for laying in a sui:
~.ply of choice GROCERIES, either for fai
ly or plantation use, all of which should b
S-laid in now while money
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR STOCE
SPRING C ASSIMERES
Of FRENCH and ENGLISH CAS19WERMi4e have
some very choice patterns, and of SCOTCH-'CHEVIOT
SUITINGS, (the *most desirable goods for Business Suits
ever imported,) we have an unusually large stocl.
Samples and directions for neasuringsenton ipplication.
When three or more suits are ordered at one time, we
d!, will send our foreman in person.
Goods sent C. 0. D. subject to inspection.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD
Mar.17,u.-i COLUMBIA, S. C.
KNOX FRUIT FARM AND NURS#
FLOWERS AND FRUITS FOR EVERYB6ODI
MORE LIBERAL OFFERS ERE NEvER MADE than the following: WWew41iab
mail, post-paid, safe carriage guaranteed,
18 FLOWERING PLANTS 8 Grape-Vines 5 V1A823=8 S E
For $1.10. For $1.10. I ftr sL10.
2 Verbenas, 2 Chrysanthemums, 2 Concord, 25 Jucun&6 "Our No. 700."
2 Coleus, 1 Ageratum, 1 Martha, 112 Brrs New Pine, 12 Wilson.
1 Fuchsia, 1 Canna, 1 Hartford, 12 Chas. Downing, 12 nnInga White.
1 Heliotrope, 1 Tuberose, 1 Creveling,
1 Geranium, 1 Monthly Rose, 3 Roger's Hy
1 Abutilon, 1 Petunia brids, 4 VA RTR AR
I Salvia, 2 Basket lants, All one year
I old extra . Far $1.10.
With directions for growing. vines.
CUT OUT LISTS AND SEND 'W.TH ORDER. 6 P= phia,
a Our handsome Catalogue of Fruits and Flowers, containing fll dfreedonforcuWva
tion will be sent to all who send address.
GRIMES & XEYER, E0x u, PITTSBURG,E
W Tar. 17, 11-8Z.
HOLMES, CALDER & 00;. Proprietors.
oee, 203 East Bay Street. Factory, Corner Cuberland and PhiladelphiaSts.
C HA RIEST ON, S. O.
Importers and Dealers in LUBRICA TING AND PAINT OILS, IN
DOW GLASS AND PAINTERS' MATERIAL.a
Agents for AVERILL'S CHEMICAL PAINT, PRINCE'S METAT TO
PAINT, RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING. Mar. 3, 9-6g.
TRESSED FLOORING, CEILING, WEAT HER,BOARDS, &c. Over 100 .dlfferent par
Literns of Mouldings made, over 100,000 feeton band, for sale at New York -rcs
Mantel-Pieces, Door and Window Frames, made to order at short notice.. Stair Rail, New
els, Ballusters of Walnut or Mahogany, on hand and made to order. Good and substantial
work made as cheap at this establishment as can be made in the United States. We have
on hand the largest stock of the above, South of the city of Baltimore, all of wbfrbwegnar
antee will give entire satisfaction to all who want godand substantial work.
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE THE ONLY PRA TICAL MECHANICS-SASH, BLIND
AND DOOR MAKERS-BY TR ADE, carrying on the business in the. cit~y of Charleston,
and can refer to getlemen all over this State, G3ebrgia, North Carolina and Florida, as to
the character of their work for the past twenty years.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO., Charleston, 8. C
NoTICE.-on account of the manner in which we box up our work, andour ownssenmp
tion of the-risk of Breakage of Glass with ordinary handling, our goods are shipped over the
roads in this State at HALF RATES, which is a great saving to the purchase 7 of .ur war.
Feb. 17, 7-6m. W- P- RUSSELL- CO.
TATIO NER YRgRN~EA
CAPITAL REPRESEIITED, 5N,.
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOUND
Letter, Note. Invitation, Cap, Legal Cap,
Wedding, initial, Sermon, and other kinds
Iof Paper.WI F. get
Envelopes of all kinds to match.
Steel-aRubberEaeis. NEWBERRY, 6. C.
Pencils and Sharpener s.
Inkstands of various patterns-some very
.P et n ockset B eipt Books, Let. All Kinds of Property .In- -
trBook. and a large variety of Memoran- suredi at Reasonable,
Perpetual Diaries, besides otherkinds. R~
Slates, Slate Pencils, Crayons, Indelible Rts
Pencils, Inks-black, violet carmine.
Paper Weights, Files, TaeMeasures._______
.Backgammon Boards, Cekers and Dice.
Muclae, Camel Hair Brushes.
McGill' Paper Fasteners, Paints.
Pens, Indelible Ink, Wax Matches. Lggggses Ad j an
Stercoscopes, Conversation Cards and
Gleo1oksCopy Books.DrawngBooks. $eUIc Wke hey cc..
Blotting Paper, small and large, white
s Bristol Boards, Tissue Paper, all colors.
fDrawing Paper, Dice Cps
Paper Dolls and Paper Furniture, for the
i little tolks. All property destroyed by fire without in
Andl many other things.srae satlllo.-Reebrtn
Remember the place, over HARMON'S to inur your property, f$500,000,annal
Store. ly, are consumed by lre in south Carolina,
HERALD UUOOi HOREa. *";_
Jan Mar. 4-tft.
SOUTHERN Glenn's Sping ScooLel
COLLECTIONAGENCY The above named school was opiened by
S "" the subscriber on the 25th of-January, ad
_________will continue without summer vacation tin
WIL .TO A,RAT ES OF 7TUITIoNi PER SESSION OF Tzr
AtonyadCnsl tLaw EQ REan -ahmtcs.e
Atoryan oneHra w painrearand faoh...o,l,eg e. $50