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INDEX TO NEW ADVERTIsEMENTS.- e
S. C. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
H. D. Boozer-Milch Cows for Sale.
W. C. & A. R. R.-Change of Schedule. c
see card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
or. . 40-ly.
The Editor is absent on a business I
. n-tr it e paper runs itself this week. G
The patrons must, therefore, excuse all 1
'Lack of space compelled us to curtail I
somewhat the communication of our U
correspondent, "Tap." e
We are requested to state that the n
Rev. H. W. Kuhns will preach in Mount t(
Bethel Church, on the_1-th instant-the 1
Saturday before-ie second Sabbath. ft
GuAND OrENING-The Millinery De- ir
partment, at tt
13-tf McFALL & POOL'S tl
The sale of land for non-payment of a
taxes;, has been changed from the sic
ond Monday in April to the first Mon
day in May.
Mr. J. W. Baker, Agent for the Gate ti
City Nurseries, Atlanta, Ga., begs leave
to return his thanks to Messrs. B. F.
McGraw, J. C. S. Brown and Archy b
Sloan, for their kind efforts in trying to ti
cure his horse wvhich died of lung fever. l
PERSONAL.-Among visiting mem- ti
bers of the Bar, we notice Mr. B. I. d
Bn..robate Judge of R.ichland, C
and Mesi>mj. Sullivan, R. P. Todd fi
ahd W. D. Simpsorr..of Laurens. When r<
the Laurens R. R. is completed, we r<
hope to see them more frequently.t
Spring and Summer Goods and Mil- s:
13-tf McFALL -& POOL'S. re
The Newberry County Medical Asso- T
ciation met on Monday last, and electedh
Dr. L. B. Bates, President, Dr. 0. B.
Mayer, Vice-President, and Dr. 0. B.
Mayer, Jr., Secretary and Treasurer.
Delegates to State Medical Association g
-Drs. L. B. Bates and J. M. Thomxp- ir
son. * C
'Our cotton buyers were sorely puz
zled by having shown them a new kind
of cotton, which they all declared to be
very fine, and which turned out to be
raw silk raised by our friend, A. H. E.
Sheck, of this County, who conimenced
its culture on a small scale during thet
war, and has continueKl it ever since. t
Whether it would pay on a large scale
we will wait for the Rural C'arolinian h
to tell us. ______
THE RURAL CAROLINA.-ThiS ex- ti
temporized Editor feels as awkward T~
among plows and threshers and Ber- si
mnuda grass and alfalfa as a fourteen xi
year old boy who has just been ushered a
into a parlor full of girls, and does not la
know whether to standin the door, lean
against the wall or sit on the floor. His
hands are awfully in his way-the boy's c~
we mean. All we can can do is to tell
our patrons that if we were a farmer
we would subscribe for the Rural Caro
liniaft. April number just out.
Friend Marshall says this month will
be his last for Oysters, until next Octo- a
ber, he is now getting them in fresher
than ever, as they come right from the t
shell, packed in air-tight tin cans, quart ~
and half gallon sizes, cans then packed ~
in ice. They are delicious; try them 1
one ancf all. L. M.. will also havet
more of those nice Charleston Cabbage
Wednesday and Thursday. He is now
getting in Whiting, also other fish, e
every Tuesday, Thu-sday and Saturday
-it is aiways understood-when the
winds are not too high. 1
Another old esteemed citizen has been il
suddenly taken from our midst. Mr. I
Nathan A. Hunter had an attack of x:
paralysis on Thu'sday night and died t
niext morning. He was born in thia t
County, and spent nearly his whole use
fuxl life in this village, beloved by every
one for his quiet and inobtrusive worth. I
A very appropriate and impressive fune
ral sermon was preached by the Rev.
HI. W. Kuhns, in the Lutheran Church,
before a large concourse of the friends
of the deceased, and then the remains
escorted to their last resting place in
We have been shown a specimen of1
Abrams' Patent Cast Iron Grave Coy-1
ering. It is beautiful, cheap) and dura- I
ble. It consists of an ornamented base, I
Gooi NEw.-The first trestle on the
,aurens road, we learn from Col. Peake,
vill be run ovei to-day-Wednesday
he finishing touches being put upon it.
'his is the beginning of the end. The
ad will now be pushed rapidly to
Mr. E. A. Scott turned over the Post
)flice to his successor, Mr. Boone, on
ie 1st of this month. Mr. Scott has
roved himself to be a very eflicient
fficer, and had acquired the full confi
ence of the people. This good vill
nd confidence will be preserved to him
1 whatever pursuit he may hereafter
ngage. We have no doubt that his
iccessor will endeavor to keep up the
ficiency of the office, in which he will
e materially assisted by the former
lerk, Mr. J. B. O'Neill, whose services
e has secured. The ofilee has been re
ioved to the office hitherto occupied by
G. Jaeger, Esq., a place convenient
> the public.
This thing of killing men before they
re ready, and writing obituary notices
f them, should be stopped.
Oxactly; and we would add that this
iing of marrying people before they
re ready should be stopped too.
We would tell our neighbor of the
Progressive," that we have known
-ses where people were very grateful
fterwards for being married before they
-ere ready; they needed a little gentle
ersuasion; of their own accord they
ever would have got ready. But who
ver was known to be thankful for be
ig kIlled before he was ready. Your
Lse, you must acknowledge, is much
Our Spring and Summer Stock of
tess Goods, Fancy Goods and Staple
oods is now complete. Call soon, at
-tf. McFALL & POOL'S.
PROCEEDrNGS OF COURT.-The Court
st week was occupied frqp Monday
atil Thursday inclusive with the trial
r James H. Kitchens for murder. The
Kamination of a great number of wit
sses caused the trial to be protracted
such length. Friday and Saturday
as occupied by the trial of Milton Irby
r stealing cotton. Verdict,-not guilty.
ast Monday, 5th inst., the testimony
the case of Wistar Boyd, indicted for
ie same offence, was heard. This is
ie last case on the Sessions docket, and
ler verdict the juries will be dis
We are at present not advised whether
2y civil cases are ready, and what
ount of business His Honor may find
mne to transact.
ONCE MORE TO THlE BREECH.--New
arry will be relieved and at the same
me rejoiced, to know that "Richard's
imself again," or in other words, that
r. A. M. Wicker, the veteran Confec
oner, friend of little people, and former
ispenser of good things at the Baltimo
orner, has opened a stock of candies,'
uiits and canned goods. He tried to
~tire on a competency and on the lan
as5 gained in the past, but the conmpe
ncy wasn't worth a cent, and the lau
as, where are they? How could he be,
tisfed ? Well, 'he comes to the front
ain, after a brief rest, with energies
~newed and a determination to win,
esh laurels and do a big business.
hree cheers for Uncle Andy. Give
m a call, everybody, at his little store*
ound the corner.
Our-talented young townsman, Geo.
.Mower, who has been indoctrinated
to the mysteries of the science of
oke and Blackstone, under the auspices
the Nestor of our Bar, has just been
miittcd to the practice of the law. We
eo satisfied that he will become an orna
ent to the profession. Modesty an~d
'rth are generally linked together.
We take likewise pleasure in record
ithat our friend and accomplished
~wnsman, of whom to speak in praise
our ci,tizens would be superfluous,
apt. A. P. Pifer-who has acquired
is legal lore at the home of Marshall
nd Wirt-was on motion admitted to
ie practice of the law in this State.
Te have no doubt that he will be as
icessful in defence of the right as he
in the education of the young. Such
~cessions add to the character of the
ar of the County and State.
Our terms for the year 1875, will be
ish on delivery of goods, or no trade.
13-tf , McFALL & POOL.
IIow TO ALLEVIATE A COUG.-The
ondon Lancet, which ought to be a
ood authority, says: "Anodynes, nar
tics, cough mixtures and lozenges,
re practically of no good, and but too
ften increase the debility and hasten
ie fatal end. The best method of eas
ig cough is to resist it with all the
rce of will possible, until the accumu
tion of phlegm becomes greater, then
ere is something to cough against,
nd it comes up very much easier, and
ith half the coughing. A great deal
f hacking and hemming and coughing
1 invalids is nervous, purely nervous,
r from the force of habit, as is shown
y the frequency when thinking about
, and the comparative rarity when the
orson is so much engaged that there is
o time to think about it, and the at
mtion is compelled in another direc
GI:EENvIL.LE DOG.s.-The open lot op
osite the new Masonic Hall, is the place
vhere dogs (10 congregate. The caucus
aetings of one of their political parties
aust be held there nightly. They are
aore fussy than the Legislature. We
ncnsciouisly looked for goober hulls
.s we p)assed by there the other (lay.
'here is one little fice especially whose
-oice is the most wakingest of any ca
-icpltca eee er.H
ine polthicin ofte irepereard.l me
naer fro thnoftwn irrepevber mem(
-erpeet-h ic eaesekn
ier from Georgetown. Whatever ward
- enmente-....thn fien wo nro annakino
GIVE CREDIT.-The world w
move on smooth, and people be
pier if the efforts to please and do
were always properly appreciated
due credit given. A little prais
well done goes a long way, and act
happily as the old farmer's grease.
found it the best thing and used it
erally like a wise man; wife, chilI
cook, chamber-maid, man-servant
all came in for their share and wo
the better for it. The mode of aPp
tion was to give them praise when
thin.- was done well, and an encou
ing ii ord or smile when in diffic
There is a world of meaninc
this thing. Grease of this kind
lever which lifts burdens from
the brow, lightens the heavy, hea
heart, and by its happy influence ev
thing rhoves cheerily. Practice, itt
er, if any one does you good ackn
edge it, if you see anybody Vying t
right encourage that one. Don'
sparing of praise, give a good shar
wife, husband, children,servants,frie
Wear a smile always and not a frc
What a happy world this would b
there was more of this kind of gr
used. We would be a band of brot)
TO THE AFFLICTED.
I am prepared to treat Fistula, P
Ulcers, Fissure, Stricture, Prola:
Polypus, and all other diseases of
Rectum. P. B. RUFF, M. I
Mar. 10, 1875-10-3m.
Monday last. 5th inst., was quit
gala day for the military. Col. H.
Black came up to inspect this mili
post. He was accompanied by the
lowing officers: Capt. B. B. Keeler,
to Gen. McDowell,) Maj. R. L. Mo:
Adjutant C. H. Potter, Lieuts. J
Todd. J. 11. Baldwin, -H. H. Ada
and C. R. Paul, Dr. Frank Atkis
Surgeon. A numbfr of citizens of (
umbia came up with them on the e:
train furnished by Mr. Dodamead;
recognized among others, Messrs. T
Pollock, Edward Hope, S. H. Pea
Lewis Levy, Hardy Solomon and W
Catheart; Col. J. B. Bond, ot I
York, and Judge Cook, of the 8th
%Ult, were likewise along. The ins:
tion passed off most creditably to
officers and men of this post; we he
it remarked that this was the best d
ed company in the regiment. The
zens have, therefore, the satisfaction
they have amongst them officers
are not only esteemed for their high I
of character and social qualities,
likewise for their professional still
proficiency. After inspection the p
partook of a sumptuous dinner at Li
Miller's. T h e commanding on
kindly allowed thme Band to regale
:itizens of this place with some sul
music, under the leadership of that
complished musician, Prof. Buel
At 4 o'clock the party returned to 4
umbia, having infused for a short t
unusual life, and given quite a fes
air to our town.
M:L.AcrIotY.-He was waiting,
so was wife and a yellow dog, all tI
stood on the road side on a little mot
slightly elevated above the road.
was a large stout man, his hands c
dowvn in his pockets; his wife was f
and she was busily engaged with
numbed fingers trying to tie her bor
strings, while the dog sat on
aunches. They had been wvail
there some time, and the prospect
good that they would have to wait s4
time longer. It had not rained in
an hour, but the clouds were big 3
another shower, and worse than
night was coming on fast, while
wind grew each moment colder
more penetrating. Deeper down
stuck his fists in his unmentional
and having tied her bonnet strings,
with no pockets to receive her cold
fers, the frail woman clasped hers
gether, and the dog as if compreh4
ing the situation, wagged that par
his tail which was free, with a pect
dogonedness as much as to say we
in for it. Any one with half an ey<
ter a brief survey of that melancl
trio who had left their comfortable li
at daylight that morning, and who:
stood there on that little mound of
the very picture of despair, would I
jumped to the same conclusion. 'I
were indeed in for it, and no fault
theirs either, and least of all the yel
dog, for he had only followed his x
ter and mistress. And the wind,
gracious, how it whizzed past. 'I
the big drops of rain commenced
ing, it was too much for us, we ci
not look upon the picture any Ion
and sa'dly turning away we left t1
standing there, waiting.
Next week we hope to be able to;
the conclusion of this melancholy st
ABouT THlE TowN AND COUNTY.
The Heavens at last have spent t
dew, the clouds are scattered, suns:
streams upon the earth, the mins:
of thme air have found their voices,
buds impatiently peep out for light;
heart of the husbandman rejoices,
revives-and Spring is come.
There were 1,739 bales of cc
shipped from this Depot during
month of March.
A mystery-how the girls can ]
away from McFall & Pool's. The
try solved-they can't.
Salinas' Neufchatel is excellent,
is half cheese, half curd, half butter
half Schimier-Kaes. Now you km
Ditto fresh Bolognas.
The rain it raineth every day. (
is two items; one for the town and
for the County.)
We counted seven kites one day
week, all "igh up in the air. On
them burst his umbilical cord and
The HER ALD Book Store must I
disagreeable place to paper dolls.
cannot keep them; they will wa
off with the little girls, who beg
ould This temporary local wishes it was
hap- yatermelon time. Can no one bring
,ood him a turnip?
and Mr. J. W. Baker, Agent for the Gate
. or City Nurseries, lost his horse on Sun
s as dav list.
He There are pretty things in the HER
lib- ALD Stationery Store.
ren, Marshall's oysters are delicious.
and Mr. George A. Sligh, of Beth Eden,
.ked showed us some oats infected by plant
lica- lice (Aphides), wliich are destroying
any- his oat crop. They are not migratory
rag- like the grasshoppers-and no famine 1
ilty. need yet be apprehended.
is a THE LATEST.-The latest novelties in
the the housekeepers line are to be found in
the extensive furnishing house of Kings- t
ery- land & Heath, of Columbia. We advise
all-parties going in there if they desire
wl- to keep their money from getting away a
do to keep a tight grip on it, or- if they n
eiidt resist temptation, to leave it at
to T Fhey keep the most varied and
e-eitoc sof French, Eriglish and
wn American China, Stone and Glassware
to befound anywhere, besides:thousands
of other things.. All- of which can be I
ers found under the Columbia Hotel. 10-tf
It is time to stop talking about the d
softening intluence of women. A Massa- d
les, chusetts man who has four wives hasjust
sns, been sent to the penitentiary for stealing
the horses. 14
Mrs. Lovit, of Springfield, Mass., has
forced her husband and three grown up
1 a sons to take board at a neighbor's, as
she finds it impossible to spare time for
house-work while the Beecher-Tilton.
for- trial is going on. She is a slow reader,
aid and gets up at daylight.
Julia Ward Howe says that "the I
H. financial incompetence of men in gen
eral is becoming every day more evi- B
ms, dent to the world at large." It is
especially evident in the morning, when C
their wives have agone through" their C
Etra . C
we pockets over night.
"You jist ought to have~been over to C
M. j C
our house last night!" shouted one
R. small boy to another on the Campus c
Mew Martins, yesterday. "Why-making E
Dir- pictures?" inquired the other. "Naut
much! Humph! No, sir; our folks went F
the away, and we had pop corn, two kinds j
ard of sweetened water, milk and camphor, L
rip.l- drew the dog around in the table cloth,
and the hired girl told us eight I ghost
:hat stories." 1
vho Don't tell us any more about the good I
one women of old. An observer who wrote
but hundred of years ago said: "Woman
and is a necessary evil, a natural tempta- a
rty tion, a desirable calamity, a domestic
Speril, a deadly fascination and a paint
~cred ill." . -
the "I see very little of you," said an old '
erb gentleman at a Louisville ball to a young
ac- lady whom he had not met in long I
tatime before. "I know it," was we art
Doless reply, "but mother wouldn't allow
ime me to wear a very low-neck dress to
tive night, the wveather is so cold."
"There! that explains where my
clothes-lines went to!" exclaimed an
and Iowa woman as she fotrnd her husband
ree hanging in the stable.
md, I held a hand at "draw,"
He And thinking it worth while,
eep I "blinded" half my pile;1
-ail, And with triumphant smile,
be- lHe "saw."3
his I drew one card-'twas red;
The other four wvere spades.
~vs Straightway that fellow wades
>For~ me with three old maids
alf "Nuff ced."
ith The ghost of Noah Webster came to
all a spiritual medium in Alabama,l iot
the long since, and wrote on a slip of paper:
and "It is tite times." Noah was right, but
he we are sorry to see he has gone back on t
ls, his dictionary. .
fin-- A MISTAKE.-Some persons-maintain
to- that there is nothing new under the spn, .i
~nd- but we dispute the point, and are pre- ~
of pared besides to prove it. It is not a
liar difficult matter either to get scores and
are hunidreds of witnesses to establish the
af- fact. To do so it is only necessary to refer
ioly to what Perry & Slawson, of Columbia, ~
yme are doing. ~They. are :not satisfied ito 1
10w rest in the belief that old things are the
dirt b)est always and therefore it were better
ae to let well enough alone. Not a single
'hey time. Progressive in ideas they are I
of always getting up something new in
low Segars and Tobacco, and, with an appre
aas- ciation for printer's ink, which borders 2
oh, on the sublime, they keep the public
hen informed of what they are doing. The
fall- Indian Girl presides over a live estab
uld lishment, and one which is known from
ger, the mountains to the seaboard.
iem OLD rPrERs.-Old papers for sale at
,this office in packages of 50 or 100, at
pre 40 and 75 cents. tf. s
A Sound Healtha Maxima.
."Order is heaven's first.law." This great 2
heir maxim applies with pe'enliar force to the dis
ine charge of the vital functious iDisease inevi
rels tably supervenes upon physicaTIrregularityr,
the just as calamity is sure to follow want of
the system and punctuality in the:affairs of life.
LoBut while it is next to impossible to overcome i
lesettled mental habits of disorder,-it-is quite
feasible to remedy habitual irregularities of
tton the body. Discipline the unruljo~rans by
the wise and timely medication, and health will
be estabjished upon a permanent basis. Al
though there are many remedies prescribed
eep for this purpose, there is not one among them
ny3S- can compare in directness and promptitude
of action with IIostetter's Stomach Bitters.
It For every disorder afrecting the bowels, liver
and stomach, and for the numerous sympa
and thetic nervous ailments to which alimentary
low- or bil ions disturbances give rise, the Bitters
are a most reliable specific. Their wondrous
This effieacy is attributable to the fact that they 1
one first remove the cause of such maladies, ir
regularity, and then by their tonic operation
repair the loss of physical substance produced
latby sickness. Constipation, biliousness, dys
c of pepsia, heartburn, sleeplessness, intermittent
he fevers, rheumatism and nervous tremors al
ways succumb to the operatioin of this- safe
)e a and potent medicine. A regular habit of
Webody, a good appetite, sound sleep and easy
dligestioni are among the blessings which its
nder une confers. It invigorates, relieves depres
-ii sion of mn,and by promoting complete as
simheiro.n,; assists.; in corin the
It is Not Generally Known
That the shortest possible route between
.he Soutt, and Great. West is through St.
ouis, over the St. Louis, Kansas City and
gorthern Short Line. This road has gained
lurprising importance by reason of imatise
.xpeuditures in the last two years, of over
,wo million dollars, besides earnings, in im
rovemcnts of road-way, in relaying their
ine with best quality of new steel and iron
ails, on broad new ties, and substituting
or ordinary cars, new reclining chair coach
ts, elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dress
ng rooms with toilet conveniences for la
lies, gentlemen and families traveling with
:hildren, without any extra charge. This
ine runs six fast Express trains between the
dississippi and Missouri Rivers, two more
han any other road, and connects with all
he great Land Grant Roads in the West,
nd has adopted all modern appliances for
omfort, speed and safeguards against acci
lents,including night and day watchinen,who
aspect the road before and after the passage
f each train to see that everything is.in or
er. We recommend those Jontemplating a
rip West to take the St.' Louis, Xansas City
nd Northern Short Line, it being the only
ne running through cars between St. Louis
nd Omaha, and for tickets over this excel
mt line we refer. our readers to any ticket
gent selling throidgh tickets to the West. -For
iap, circulars and Time tables address
ither J. F. McCarthy, Cincinnati, 0.; or P.
I Groat, $t. Louis, Mo., either of whom
ill furnish any information desired. 4-tf
NEWBERRY, S. C., April 6.-Cotton in good
emand; market closed at 15c. for middlings.
umber of bales shipped during week-342.
NEW YORK, April 5.-Cottcn quiet and
eady; sales 2,206, at 163a17. Gold 16a164.
BALTIMORE, April 5.-Cotton firm--mid
CHARLEsTi, April 5.-Cotton fir&-mid
AUGUSTA, April 5.--Colton quiet and firm
LI'"RPoL, April 5.-Cotton active and
rmer-middling uplands 8a8j; middling Or
Newberry Prices Current.
By XAYES & MARTIN.
.PPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2 00
Dry, perbushel...........1 50 al 75
AGGING-Gunny-per yard.......... - - a 14
OPE-Manilla, per lb... ................. 20 a 25
ACON-Hams. per b..........16 a 18
Shoulders. per lb........... 9,a 11
Sides; per1b................ -a 18
LUE STONE, per lb............. a 15
EEF-per lb....................... 8 a 121
UT1'ER-Country, per lb........... 25 a 30
1IEESE-E. D..................... 18 a 20
WICKENS-perhead............... 15a 30
ALICO-per yard............... .. 10 a 121
OPPERAS-erlb................. 8 a 10
ORN, per bushel....................110a125
ORN 31EAL, bolted, per bushel.... al 35
ANDLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a 20
OFFEE-Rio, per lb............... 25 a 28
Laguyra, per lb.......... a 82
Java, perlb.............. - a 40
OTTON YARN, per bunch.......... al 55
uMESTICS-4-4 per yard........... 12 a 14
7-8 " ......... la 12
3-4 " .......... a 8
GGS, per dozen.. ............- a- 20
LOUR, per bbl..................7 00 99 00
UNPOV DER per 1b............... - a 40
RtON TIES, per lb................#... -9a 8
to-N-Aerican refined, per pound 6 a 7
Swedes....................... a 10
Band......................... a 8
Hoop........ .......... a 12
Plow Steel......... a 12
Potware........... 10 a 12
ARD, per lb........................ a 18
U3BEg-Wide Boards, per M ft...1200 a200
Scantling, per X ft......100 a2000
Flooring. per 31 ft.......1500 a200
EOLASSES-Cnba, per gal......... 40 a 50
West India, per gal.... 50 a 75
New Orleans, per gal... 90 al 00
[ACKEREL-per half barrel.... 600 a8 00
per Kit............2 00 a8-00
[ADDER-per lb............... - a 40
AILS, per keg................6 00 a7 00
ATS,per bushel................. al 00
NIO '., per bushel.............. - a8 00
IL-Kerosene, per gal........... - a 40
Linseed,boiled................ -al 35
Linseed, raw................ al 40
Tanner's, Straits.............. al '25
EAS, per bushel................... 1 00
OTATOS-Irish, per bushel.......- a2 00
Sweet, per bushel...- a'75
AINS-White'Lead, pier lb...12 a 14
Chemical, per gal........ - a2 75
ICE, per lb........................ a 10
ALT. ner sack.........................- al90
HINGES, per 1000............5?00 a6 00
UGAR-PuIverized, per lb.......... -a 14
Crushed, per lb............ a 14
A, rib...................... a 18
C, Etra, per lb............. a 18
Brown, per lb.............. a 121
PECIE-Gold.................... a 121
Silver................... a 00
FIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a8 00
French Brabdy.......... -- a1400)
Rye Whiskey..........8 50 a6 00
Holland Gin..........- aS 00
Of Turpentine............ al 00
, er1b.............,1.T5a2 50
Bakper Ib.................1 00 al75
ALL.................... 0a 12
ING i-Cdr 1.............e. a 5,0
ARNISHES-ochbd, per gal.4 00- a4 50
Cal,per gal. .... a3 00
m~EAT, per bushe............. - a -
On.and anter Wkiay.d,r obruary 10, 1875,
ie .Pasnemer riinsloverih reenville and
olumbia R ail Road, will be -un daily, (Sin
ays excepted,) by the following Schedule:
P TRaar, so. 1-COorMBIA To GREENVILEE.
eave Columbia.....................l.00a am
" AJstoL................... .45:a mi
" .Newberry.;...............10.8 ame
" Cokesbury................. 1.7 p:m
" Belton..................... .20 p m
rrive Greenville................4.55 p in
wN TRtAIN, No. 4-GREENTIILUETo COL,UMBIA.
eave Greenville.................. 6.00 a im
" Belton.................... 7.55 a m
" Cokesbury...................9385 a in
" Newberry.................12.58 p m
" Aiston......,..............2.35 p in
.rive Columbia................4.10.p .m
Passengers by Night Train on South Carolina
ailroad connect with No.1. P'assengers ty No.
connect with Day Train on South Carolina
ailroad for Charleston, Augusta, &c., and with
ight Train on the Wilmington, Columbia and
ugusta Railroad for Sumter, Wilmington,
~ichmond, Baltimore, &c., &c.
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
,eave Walhla at..................4.15 a in
S Seneca City................ 4.45 a in
" Perryville..............5.00 a in
" Pendleton....................5.50 a m
" Anderson.................. 6.50 a in
.rrive at Belton...................... 7.35 a in
eave Belton at. 3.20 p in
" Anderson 4.20 p in
" Pendleton 5.20 p in
" Perry ville. ... 6.05 p mn
" Seneca City................6.10 p in
xrive at Walhalla.... 6.45 p in
Accommodation Train between Belton -and
underon Tri-Weekly, viz: Tuesdays, Thurs
ays and Saturdays. No. 2 leave Belton 9.30
.im.; arrive Anderson 10.30 a. m. No. 3 leave
nderson 2.00 p.m.; arrive Belton 83p.m. These
rains will be run on Mondays when Court is in
~ssion at -Anderson.
Abbeville Branch Trains.
DOWN TRAm. ..
eave Abbeville..--............. 8.00 a in
rrve Cokesbury.......-............9.10 a in
.ava Cokesbury. ................1.4) p in
rrive Abbeville.....-.----........ 2.5 p in
Accommodation Train on this Branch will be
un on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. No.
leave Cokesbury at 9-85 a.m.; arrive Abbeville
0.85 a. in. No. 8 leave Abbeille 12.89 p. in.;
rrive Cokesbur 1.25 p.m. Train No. 1, on
ain Stem, Columba to Greenville, stops twent
iinutes at Cokesbury for Dinner. Train No'.4
reenville to Columbia, stops twenty-five min
tes at Belton for Breakfast, and twenty minutes
t Aston for Dinner.
THOS. DOD A3MEAD, Gen'l Supt.
JABZ NoRTON, General Ticket Agent.
0AR9 REUCD T0 $3,Q0 PER DAY.
COLUMBIA, S. a.
The Proprietor of this well known FIRST
)LASS HOTEL would respectfully inform
is many friends and the traveling public
renerally, that he has this day REDUCED
IIS RA TES OF BOARD from $4 per day
o $:4 PER DAY, and at the same time
>ledges himself to spare no pains in the
nanagement of the house to sustain its re
>Utationl as a first class Hotel in every re
Juy3,3-pect.W . orietor,
Julenn's Spring SProreo.
Glebe n amedpin School.endb
The. above. nme Schof waopened i>y
. AT THE
IEILD BOOK STOREn!
TISSUE PAPER-assorted colors.
GOLD AND SILVER PAPER.
GREEN GLAZED PAPER for making
PERFORATED PAPER-fine and coarse.
MOTHER GOOSE PICTURE BLOCKS.
ANOTHER LOT PAPER DOLLS.
Together with a variety of other articles.
T. F. GRENEKER.
Mar. 31, 13-tf.
Just received a lot of :nice SPRING
XENR~IENT, LAND NILHs.
NEWBEUY C. H.. So. Ca.,
March 27, 1875.
TowNsIp No. 1, NEWBERRY.
No. of Lots No. of
Names.' or Acres. Buildings.
Manhal, Rubin, 1 Lot, 1
Scott, Henry, 30 Acres, 3
Williams, Ambrose, I Lot, 1
CAr.w=r TowxsHIP, No. 2.
Caldwell, William , 150.Acres, 5
Heyward, Mrs.Sarah J., 199 Acres, S
MiBurom To*NsIp; No. 3.
Curry, Robert, 33 Acres, I
Maffett, Josegh, .5 Acres, 4
FL.oYD's TowisIP, No. 6.
Chappell, James B., 50 Acres,- 4
Pitts, Mrs. Martha M., . 52 Acres, 5
Tribble, Est. Elijah, 430 Acres, 4
Moov1s -Yowiftip, No. 7.
Chappell, Thos. H., 120 Acres.
Ridlehuber,.Mrs. Frances- E., 890 Acres, 14
MENDENHALL's TowNsHIP, No. 8.
Boozer, David, -58 Acres, 2
STONEY BATER Tow.ssIB, No. 9.
Allbritton, J. M. T., 38 Acres, 1
Cook, John J., 320 Acres, 4
Stone, Mattie, - 1 Lot.
CANON's ToWNSHIP, No. 10.
Heyward, Mrs. Sarah J., 159 Acres, 3
Kinard, Andrew, 100 Acres, 2
Mo.re, Sr., James, 100 Acres, 6
Kegedy, Henry, .41 Acres|r.
otice is-1ereby given that the whoe1 of
theseverar-Tarcels, lots and parts of lots of
Real Estate.described in the preceding listy
or so mach-thereof as will be necessary to
pay. th taes, pens, N.and-assessments
charged thereon, wil. b-old by Treasurer.
of Newberry County, South Carolina, at hia
office- in said County, ,-THE FIRS'
MONOAY OF MAY, ~ ~185 unless
sain-axes; assessmenticadpenalties be
paid-before that time ; siidiuch sale will
be-continued from day to da, until all of
said parcels; lots aIl puk .,o lots of Real
EsLate shall be sold'or offered: for sale.
March 27, A. D. 18756 - 13-2t..
MATZOTH will be maniufactured thtis
year under the superizftenidence of Mr. S.
MAYERS. Orders for same, to secure at
teation, must be sent in by 10th ApriL
, KINSMANS BROS.,
84 Market Street, Charleston, S. C.
Mar. 31, 18-2t.
The Annual Meeting of the South Caro
lina Medical Association, will be held in
Charleston, on. Tuesday,. April 13th.
HENRY D. FRASER, M. D.,
Secretary So. Ca. Medical Association.
Mar. 34, 13--2t.
*All persons holding demands against Hi
ram R Wicker, deceased, are hereby noti
fled to render the same in, duly atteddes
required by law, to the undersigned o'r - his
Attorneys, Messrs. Johistone & Herr'mg
ton, at Newberry, S. C., on or 'efore the
1st day of Miy, 1875. D .WRS
Administrator of Hiram R. Wicker.
Mar. 29, 1875-13-3t*.
STATE OF- SOUI'H CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moes';a Clerk of the
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
grant him Letters of Administration of
the Estate and effects of Summerfield Mont
SThese are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, beiore me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Newberry Court House,
S. C., on the 30th day of April next,
aftdr publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration should
not be granted. Given under my Hand,
this 29th day of March, Anno Domini,
J. C. LEAHY, J. P. x. C.
Mar. 31, 13-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. OC. :rse.s, as Clerks.oQf the
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
rant him Letters of Administration, of the
Estate and effects of Hannah R. Davis,
These.aetherefoie to cite and admonish
all and singular tbe kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and ap
pear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
onthe 22d day of April next, after
puiblication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if any they have, why
the said Admrinistration should not be
ranted. Given -under my Hand, this 20th
day of March, Anno Dominii, 1875.
J. C. LE AHY, J. P. N. C.
Mar. 31, 13-4t.
Notice is hereby given that a red and
white spotted cow, now on the plantation
of Mrs. E. 1K. McKellar, unless claimed by
the owner in twenty-one days, will be sold
to pay expenses. The owner will come
forward, prove property, pay expense of
Mar. 24, 12-St.
GET A GREAT DEAL OF TRADE
They will find it to their advantage to ad*
Nov.11, 45--t(. OLfITON, S. C.
REESE & CARROLL,
SHAVING AND HAIR DEESSING
North of the Pollock Honse,
Dry Goods, Groceries, 'c.
Cigars and Tobacco.
A large lot of those celebrated fine Ci
gars HIGH LIFE, and a lot of choice FIG
TOBACCO, together-with other brand&-of
Cigars and Tobac.
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
A nice bt of FLOWER JARS, all sizes,
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
Plow Iron and Steel
A large lot of PLOW IRON and STEEL,
just arrived. A
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
A nice lot of FRESH GROUND FLOUR
just arrived.- Some favorite Brands. Sold
At H ARMON'S.
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
S N ITs.
Another lot of those nice SPRING
PRINTSjust received-some beautiful pat
terns. Also, a nice lot of SPRING GOODS
for gentlemens' and ladies' wear.
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
A nice lot of Ladies' and Misses' SHOES
on band. Sold cheap. A OS
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
CORN, MOLASSES FISH, &., on hand
and to sell low. HA-NS
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
Another lot of WHEAT BRAN just ar
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
Pratt Street, Under Pooas Hotel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would-respectfully call the attention of
the puhlic to their stocdk, which consists 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. LJPSCOMB. I HUGH O'N. HialRNGTON.
Mar. 3, 9-8m.
We will sell, fQr the neit
30 days, the following goods
At and Below Cost:
LADIng BRE8 GOODE,
Gents' and Boys'
SL O T HING,
And the greater part of our
LOVELACE & IlEIELER.,
In addition to my last week's receipts, I
am now receiving a large lot of
Fresh Ground B olt e d
Choice New Orleans Mo
All of wiih Will E O) E THE
VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
With many thanks to my kind patrons
for their liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed, I hope by striWtattenition' 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.
Fresh Garden Seed.
A large lot of FRESH GARDEN, HERB,
and FLOWER SEED.
Forsal by THOS. F. HARMON.
Feb. 3, 5-tf.
A large lot of choice New Mackerel Fish,
in Bbls., .j Bbls., i Bbls. and Kits.
For sale low by
THOS. K. HARMON.
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
THOMA8 P, SLiDER,
A TTORNEY A T LAW.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
&c., &c., &c.
Having just remodelled and newly fitted
up my store, I would ask the public to give
me a call, as my
Stock is Now the Largest
ever offered in this part of the State, and
PRICES 'AS LOW
as can be found in the South.
My goods are bought direct from the
Manufacturers, and, gonsequently, can be
sold -as cheap 'as any*other House in the
All American Gold and Silver Watches
sold at Manufacturers' Catalogue prices.
I keep a large stock of
Spectacles and Eye
set in Gold, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames,
to suit all ages, from the best Manufactu
rers in the United States.
A large stock of
Birth-day and Bridal Prewents,
Engagement Rings, &c.
Iomy Establishment Gold is sold
for Gold, and Brass Is sold~for Brass.
Al.goods sold warranted as represented,
and my customers may rely upon getting
what they bargain for.
ALL KINDS OF WATCH, CLOCK AID
JEWELRY . REPAIEING DODE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Orders by Mail or Express, for work or
goods, will receive prompt, attention.
Goods sent 0. 0. D. to all parts of t.he
country, with the privilege of examining
before paying foi' them.
Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
APITAL REPRESENTED, - $5O,000,000,
WM. F. NTANCE, Agent,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
AlU Kinds of Property In
sured at Reasonable
Losses Speedily Adjusted and
Settled When They Occur.
All property destroyed by fire without in
surance is actually lost. Remember then
to insure your property. $500,000 annual
ly, are censumed by fire in South Carolina,
Mar. 3, 9-tf.
TATIO N ER R
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOUND
Wding, n itia ,Yermon, and'othefr kad
Envelops of anl kins to match.
Rubber Bands and Rings.
nstandsof variou patterns-some very
Wallets and PocketB Books,et
ter Books, analag variet of Memoran
dPerpetual Diaries, besides other kinds.
Slates, S laPecils Crayos Indelible
Paper Weights,Fils Tape Measures.
BakamnBars Ceckrs Pan Dnts .
nsilg, Caeble H air Brashand
GlBoos,Coper Booknes,Drawint Bos.
Petn PapcrleI, maan Mag,hie.
Btero'ars, Conueveran Crs.n
Gaaens. arDaprfriue o h
Blotting Paper, small and large, white
Bristol Boards, Tissue Paper, afl colors.
Drawing Paper Dice Cups.
Paper Dolls an& Paper Furniture, for the
$2.50 PM ANYMU.
NOTE HEADS, 0 -TI
LETTER HEADS, LEGAPcs57,
B I L L HEAD8,
Etc., &c.1JMETC., &r.
HERALD PRINTINS 7FICE
Inviiation and Wedding Papers
WITH ENVELOPES TO MTdk
PAPER DOLLS and
EALD BOE STOE
HYMN BOOK -
PAPER of all kinds,
- - c,p
FOE SLE CHEAP AT THE
HERAL B00E STGEE.
SCHOOL BOOS. and all othe f&nds*.f
BOOKS, or any mrtein.the STATMONRY
LINE PROMPTLY FILLED.
T. F. GRENEER
Editor-ERnI.n and Proprietoi BookS etoe.
SPRIM GO M
FIS I H CT
WHT ey 354 n
JT nEd BelYCe
An LAR gretai of tErii Gode-aE to
chaPNsed estriedn lgr
HocoLmbflna, ews.on Ms.a
LaeRf lins, eaer tase~
SgarTs, Cofewses, Rice,
L Bacontb, best c brads,
Shetig and earn.Cs,
And a grear ariesy tof ober oud- aGo
chase eSwOre. n l fwihwl
CE FOL JCKSEN'P
Feb. 1, 4-.
0o1o a lkindsSVYIGithB en
OBicon Ch.0ewrore ms reei,
Pices Canned Fr nt veo
F. WEBBER, JL,
* Oct. '1, 40-ly. Deputy SurveyOr