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hMEX TO NEw ADvERTISEXETS.
Dr. W. T. McFall-Notice.
J. K. Mendenhall-Notice.
Edmund Floyd-Estray Mules.
J. J. Carrington-Sheriff's Sale.
William Gorman-Glenn Springs.
Thos. F. Harmon-Dry Goods, Groceries,
Jno. B. Carwile-Report of National Bank
fee card ofF. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
or. . 40-1y.
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ADmmrrED.-Messrs. George John
stone and Y. J. Harrington, on motion
of Y. J. Pope, have been admitted to
practiee in the Supreme Court.
QuARERLY MEETING.-The Second
Quarterly Conference of the Methodist
Church, Newberry Station, will com
mence on Friday next. The Rev. Man
ning Brown will preside. There will
be a Love Feast in the Church Friday
ADDRESS.-We have been requested
to announce that the Rev. W. P. Ja
-cobs, of Clinton, will deliver an address
-on this Wednesday night, in the Pres
byterianChurch; Subject, the Thorn
well Orpihanage. The public generally
are-cordially invited to attend.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
I am prepared to treat Fistula, Piles,
Ulcers, Fissure, Stricture, Prolapsus,
Polypns, and all other diseases of the
Rectum. P. B. RUFF, M. D.
Mar. 10, 1875-10-3m.
TAKE NOTICE.-By virtue of the new
postal law transient newspapers require
a two cent stamp to insure delivery, in
stead of one cent as heretofore. Bear
this in mind. Papers with one cent
stamp only will not be sent from the
CANTATA.-The Cantata of Queen
Esther, for which the young ladies of
Newberry have been preparing, will be
rendered on Tuesday night next at the
Court House. The object is of a chari
table character, and we bespeak a large
attendance. Further particulars will be
given by programme. 1t
TaoS. F. H&.uoN is a live man, and
notwithstanding his attempt to kill an
editor by blowing him up with kerosine,
he is entitled to consideration because
of his efforts to keep other people from
dying of starvation. His stock of
seasonable groceries is full and com
plete, and besides he has goods to clothe
his customers withal, and also food for
stock. He is an advocate of printers
ink and we forgive him.
DEA.-Mr. C. A. Wilson, a native
of Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina,
but a resident of this County for about
twelve months, died of Typhoid fever
on Saturday last, at the residence of
Mr. Jas. Garrett, near Trinity Church.
The deceased was 26 years of age, and
was an indnstrious and good man, and
leaves a mother in Mecklenburg to
mourn his loss. A large number of
persons attended the funeral on Sunday
PERSONAL.-We were pleased to see
in town last week, Messrs. 0. W. Tel
fair and E. F. Thomas, representing
houses in Baltimore, together with Mr.
WV. M. Cruikshanks, of Atlanta, Mr. G.
H, Beckman, of the popular house of
Chaffee & Co., Charleston, and Mr. W.
F. Ostendorff, of the large grocery house
of John Hurkamp & Co. The latter
gentleman was at one time a resident
of this place.
TONSoRIAL.-A cosy sharing and
hair dressing saloon is that just opened
by Tilman & Dawkins, well known here
as accomplished knights of the razor
and shears. The establishment is at
the rear of the Baltimore Corner block
of buildings, and can be discovered from
either end of the street by the bright
striped pole in front. A share of the
public patronage is solicited with the
promise that they will shave, trim and
sampoo in mot approved styles. it.
THANKS.-Miss Babe McKellar ha
set her head on making the edito
r proud, as was evidenced a few days ag
in her offering of several rich and tempi
ing delicacies in the shape of goosebei
ry pies, stuffed squabs, cake, &c. Th4
young lady, though young in years, ha
already found out that the avenue c
approach to the heart lies through th
stomach. We were not at home at th
time to enjoy the compliment, but it i
no less appreciated.
PLEASANT MNNTo.-The Unite<
States Bank Examiner for South Caro
lina, examined the National Bank o
Newberry on Saturday last, and we un
derstand was entirely satisfied with it
condition, and expressed the opinior
that in the methodical arrangement o
its business, the National Bank of New
berry appioaches nearer to the Banks
of New York City. than any Bank h
has examined in the South. This is a
deserved compliment to the gentlemer
connected with this institution, and omr
citizens will endorse it*without a dis
PErusONAL-The Rev. J. M. Boyd
paid Newberry a flying visit on Mon
day last. And so did his brother, the
Rev. Geo. M. Boyd, of the Clinton Cir
cuit. Both were looking well. We
would have been pleased had the visit
been a little longer. Pop calls from
such. good friends are not so satisfactory
as a good long stay.
We learn from the latter that an in
teresting religious meeting is going on
at Hopewell Church in his Circuit, and
that there were three accessions on
To HOUSEKEEPERS.-With the open
ing of Spring, housekeepers find that,
besides the wear and tear and smash of
the winter, which makes an addition to
their stock of kitchen and dining room
chattels necessary, there are many arti
cles peculiar to the season which must be
had, and where to find them readily and
cheaply is the question. Messrs. Kings
land & Heath solves the problem by in
viting all persons in need of china,
glass, stone, wood, iron and tin ware, to
visit their store in Columbia, under the
Columbia Hotel. 16-tf
NEW ENTERPRISE.-It is said that
the manufacture of alligator leather has
now become an important branch of in
dustry. Heretofore the skins came
chiety from Florida and Louisiana, but
we notice that Newberry is putting in
a hand, and has already furnmshed one,
the animal being shot some time
since by a young disciple of Blackstone
while voyaging up the Ashley river,
near Charleston. It is quite a small
speimen it is true, but as small streams
at length to rivers flow, we have hope
that our young friend will do something
in the Alligator line. The carcase can
be seen at Lipscomb & Harrington's,
and as it looks very much like a small
lizard we hope it may net be considered
GRAN.D SKATING TOURNAMIENT.-We
learn that Prof. Milam is preparing for
a lively frolic during the next week, in
the shape of a Skating Tournament.
The precise night is not yet fixed upon,
but it will be.during the week, and it is
certain that he will make it a very at
tractive and enjoyable affair, both fo,r
yo~ung and old. A tournament on
skates, from what we l.earn through
those wvho have participated in this
character of amusement, affords a large
amount of entertainment. There will
be a queen as well, as maids of honor,
presentation of prizes and all that sort
of thing. For further particulars see
circulars to be issued. The admissien
fee is put down to 25 cents. lt.
BALTIMORE CORNxER.-The improve
ments in this popular part of town are
rapidly receiving the finishing touches,
and we are informed that in a very few
days Mr. Wicker will open a rich and
rare assortment of nice things for the
delectation of the public; and as every
body about here knows how great is his
experience in the sweet things of life it
is unnecessary for us to say more thain
that he is once more preparing for busi
In the rear, Tilmnan & Dawkins have
already opened a shaving and hair
dressing saloon. Thus it will be seen
that the Baltimore Corner is growing
A store on the other corner will be
next in order.
CRUEL.-There came rushing into
our sanctum last Wednesday a young
man who seemed laboring under some
great excitement. Before he had reach
ed the last step in his ascent we were
on our feet and prepared for the conse
quences, (as we cheerfully imagined),for
we have been trying for some months
past to school ourself into a philosophy
which will enable us to bear all things.
But alas, on this occasion we found out
that there was one blow we had not an
ticipatedt and coming so suddenly we
found it too much. Said this youth,
"I have two dollars for you." lit would
have done anybody good to have seeii
the sweet smile which broke over omi
countenance at the announcement. The
fear of something fearful gave place tc
joy-we could bear such things as thai
all day long, and commence soon in the
morning. The young man continucd,
"It is to pay for --'s subscription"
serene thought we--"to the Chrid.z
Keighbor, published by Mr. Brown.'
Hang Brown, thought we, and don(
brown, and John Brown with his sou
forever marching on and'everything els~
brown. The collapse was dreadful.
Two dollars for YOU! Who wvould no
have felt supremely happy? The blow
was a severe one; we feel calmi now
but not satisfied, and will never forge'
its cruelty. If anybody else has tw<
dollars for Mr. Brown or Mr. Black, 01
anybody else, and they wish to pass ii
s YE PR:iMER.-Our town is evE
day or two gladdened and the spir
; of our merchants revived by thZ adv(
of ye jovial drummer. The wi
blowetli where it listeth and it is r
s known whence it cometh, but not
s with ye cheerful drummer, for he blo
f eth continually and telleth all day frc
a whence ht conieth, and all about t
fame of his house, and the inarvelo
5 excellence of his goods and their
pecial adaptation to this section of cou
try. There are times when we becor
I enthused with the idea of going out
a drummer on a coifortable salary, ai
we only wait the opportunity to try :
Tereafter and from this date we wa:
every good looking fellow engaged
this delightful occupation to visit oi
sanctum when in town, that we m,
study them and take a few lessons e,
we enter into the business.
THE FISIiNG PART.-Agreeably
arrangement a detachment of the bani
some men of Newberry left town
Wednesday last, destination Perkir
ford, and it affords us pleasure to st
that they reached the spot without at
broken bones, but unfortunately mini
a buggy. About three miles from ti
I-river, Sheriff Carrington being lure
from his vehicle by a "beautiful d(
fight," hastily threw the lines over ti
horse's back, which "fell dingle, dang]
downy 0" to the animal's heels. Lieu
Anderson, an occupant of the bugg
being engaged with a guitar-froi
which he was extracting a delicious a,
companiment to the words, "Stand n
on my little. head"-did not go for th
dog light but remained inside-for
short while only, though, as the sequi
will show; for the horse, having r
taste for the canine difficulty, detei
mined to get out of the way, but in s
hasty a manner that the amateur singi!
was impressed with the idea that h
ought to get out, but whether he woul
be able to reach the ground head <
feet foremost it was impossible to d<
cide. The sudden striking of the whee'
against a stump solved the problem an
he came out broadside, with the guitz
hugged in close, embrace. It was
lucky escape-one leg only was bruise<
but the buggy was demolished. Th
ford was reached, however, as we lean
ed the next day when we arrived, an
that the party had succeeded in catchin
cats enough for supper and breakfas
and were having a jam-up time undE
one tent. It was eleven o'clock whe
we. that is, Hunt, Mayes, Christia
Hornsby and self turned the corne
leading to the ford, and met the wago
making a move with the traps for Bus
River. near Croft's Mill. Inside wer
the wounded Lieutenant, Squire O'Nei
and the cook, outside an<d driving, th:
versatile Lap., Ramage. It was a pi<
ture-they had been through one night
siege, remember, and their toilets woul
have excluded them from a lady's te
party. We retrogadled with the wago
-camped on the Promised Land, -on
of the forty acre places spoken ofi
historv. It is a colored settlemer
around there. Well, we pitched ten
and had a snack of crackers, han
pickle, and some of the party to fortif
themselves agairist miasma took a dos
of Liver Regulator, and then we waite
for the fishers, who were making th
trip round by water.
They CaLme about 2 o'clock, and who
a sight. Were those dripping. mudd2
tired, bedraggled creatures the hani
some fellows who left on the day befor<
followed as far as seen by the admirin
gaze of men, women and children
Was thatman in blue tights the dash
ing Miller, he in red from head to fo<
the obliging, suave Probate, Leahy, th
other the festive Carrington, and thos
others-portly Harris, fascinating Lank
ford, quiet and gentle Thompson, gract
ful Brewer, and stalwart Nolan? 01
surely not. And what had come ove
the spirit of the dreams of those other
who did not enter the water, and wh
seemed as dry inside as out, and as fag
ged out as any. Was this fun? An
would we get enthusedj too? Not o
this occasion, thought we.
One of the most amusing incidents<
this trip, and next to the flying lea
trough the air of the Lieutenant, ws
the effort of the ex-Commissioneri
Equity to cross a narrow gorge. H
was cumbered with coats, pants, shoei
and a small vial of Jamaica Ginge:
holding a gallon, carried along to kee
up the circulation of the seiners. 1]
viewed the chasm-it appeared narro'
and not very deep, it was a mere bage
telle and might be almost stepped. Bi
went back a yard or two, a little ru
would be best-he did so and jumped
and missed the opposit e side by a foo
and fell down, down into the depths b4
low. It was fifteen feet deep with fat
feet of water. Fancy his feelings. Th
Ginger was saved, strange to say.
The returned fishers had caugi
enough of the fmnny tribe, including
few gars, to make the pan smell fish;
and they were as hungry as wolves an
dry as gourds. What to do under i
circumstances? Nowv was the genius <
the Lapland refugee exhibited. .Like
motheur over a lot of fractious youn
ones he quieted them on a lunch<
stewed chicken, and finally got them a
to sleep by repeated (loses of soothin
syrup. Then he had the cats skinne<
the suckers scraped, and with the al
sistance of the never to be forgotte
Foot and the skillful Anderson the pa
began to sputter and hiss, and the i:
vited guests were mysteriously and cal
was hardly fair, but honesty compelsi
to say that when we arose from ti
grassy table the fish had all disappeare<
Anlderson, Foot, Ramage-nobie fellov
-their names are written down-v
were hungry. About that time 01
young friend Langford awoke; he he
forgotten the chicken lunch, and who
told that dinner was over may be he di
not wake up the echoes with his lame:
tat~ons. For a number one eater v
ry could be seen the soldierly form of Maj
its Stewart, who gallantly offered to ride
nt ahead, keep off bugers and point o1t
ad mud holes, but we regret to say that
Lot the Major left us after a mile or two
so whether he became frightened at the
wv- mournful note of the whippoorwill, 01
m did not like our company, we don't
be know. Suffice it lie left, and had it not
us been for the sharp eyes of Squire O'Neill
is- some one might have been hurt.
n- The most melancholy thing next to
ie the runaway and break up, wa-s that
as Hornsby carried off the key of the Shoe
id Store, and in consequence, his partner
it. had to sit up all night and watch the
it stock. He did not know that H. had
in returned and was snugly tucked up in
ir bed during that long night watch.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The weather still continues-'proba
bilities' is silent.
to Thin clothes are in season.
1- Some few persons have had green
s' This is growing weather-debts are
y included in the things which grow.
y Onehundred paying subscribers want
is ed at this office. Liberal inducements
d If you want job work now is the time
g to have it done. Prices in accord with
e the times.
e, A Jalap-ite says he heard that there
t. was frost seen on Monday morning. It
was cold enough for it.
n People are getting exercised in re
gard to the prediction that there will be
e frost in May.
e We have waited long-are waiting
a still; why don't he come and pay that
o A dear friend of the editor had snap
- beans and new potatoes for dinner on
o Wednesday last.
t Corn is only one and thirty a bushel
e without counting the trouble of trans
d porting it home. It's positively shock
. Rats hold ,high carnival at night and
s Sundays, and clerks are admonished
d to cover sugar, rice, flour and meal
.r barrels before they retire.
a We are forced reluctantly to request
our young and rising friend around the
e corner to come instantly out of those
L_ red slippers.
d It is distressing to see the quantity of
cotton planted in around the town of
Newberry. We did think better of our
n "Moonlight hours were made for
love, tra, la, la," &c. Now is the time.
r "List, 'tis music stealing" may be looked
h Strawberries for the past week have
e been abundant-some few growers may
11 be induced to ship. All that is needed
e is a refrigerator.
Mr. Cronenberg has on exhibition a
s handsome, full size crayon picture of
d Maj. Win. F. Nance, executed at the
a Columbia Gallery. Go and see it,
n A rusty, battered scythe blade has
e found its way to our table. Object in
nleaving it is unknown. Will the donor
Lt be kind enough to reniove it.
L.A beautiful patch of clover can be
seen by walking out to Mr. Jack Hair's
Splace near the Bandusian Spring. It
e can also be seen by the ridist.
d We would not plant a cotton seed
e under any consideration. Some farmers
who do plant cotton cannot afford to
*pay for a year's subscription to the
There was a -heavy rain-fall in this
~section Saturday night, ac'companied
with wind, lightning and thunder.
?Other sections of the County report
t A patient setter is ye Muscovy duck
e -the process of incubation takes six
e weeks. We have tried it-did not sit our
self, bear in mind, hut waited patiently
. on the duck.
~,Another Soda Fountain has been start
r ed, Mr. Geo. Lane being the fortunate
s possessor. Besides the Soda he will.
o give you a delicious iced lemonade. If
.the above is not good news we are at a
rn Mr. Andrew Kilgore has a field of
oats which are fine enough to make
,f mention of. He is a good farmer and
p can show a nicely worked field of corn.
.s As to cotton there is simply no end to
e Now that the long days are at hand
, we propose to set our rhyming machine
, to work. Despairing lovers can be sup
p plied with poetry strong enough to melt
e the heart,.of a&mant. Send in applica
y tions early.
-During a ride the other afternoon we
e saw a farmer's front gate propped up
n with a rail. This is a sign of unthrift
1, and we do not like to see it. Every
t, thing about the farm shrould be kept in
r Teachers of public schools, who have
e been waiting since 1873 for their money,
will be refreshed to know that the sum
it of $2,017.95 has been apportioned to
a meet the demand in this County. See
r Jillson's letter in another column.
d The new camp ground at Ebenezer is
.e beginning to put on an appearance of*
>f business. Some of the material has al
a ready been hauled there. Parties in
g tending to tent should be up and doing
>now, for the time of meeting is rapidly
1 drawing near.
g It is getting fashionable for the ladies
3, to visit this office and observe the ope
s- ration of printing. It is a pleasure to
n show them how the types are set and
* how we make our "impressions." Come
1- up ladies, we are glad to see you at any
[t The pic nic of tihe pupils of Mr. Ira
is B. Jones' School at PLrosperity, we are
e told, was a very nice and enjoyable af
. fa'r. Good things were in abundance,
s and many happy speeches were made.
7e Friend Ira has a flourishing school, and
ir Prosperity appreciates his abilities.
.d A prominent gentlemen of this town
n says he came near choking on a piece
d of beef, and then threw it to his cat.
r- Result-a terrible catastrophe, the ani
'e mal falling into catalepsy; a cataplasm
,f ~ ~inrI nthAr herbs restored the
PERRY & SLAWSON, wholesale an
retail dealers of Segars, Tobacco, &c
above the Columbia Hotel on Maii
Street, Columbia, respectfully invite at
tention to their large and choice stoc]
of goods. Every variety and price c
Segar can be had at their establishmen
from the finest grade down to common
and at prices which defy competition
Their determination is to give the ut
most satisfaction in the quality of thei
-Segars and Tobacco, and at the samo
time they do not forget to fix prices ir
accordance with the times. A visit t<
their store will assuredly result in pleas
ure, and an order will meet with promp1
attention. Remember the place, jusl
below J. C. Dial's Hardware Store, oi
Main Street. 16-tf
Women charm, as a general thing, in
proportion as they are good. A plain face
with a heart behind it is worth a world
of beauty. Men who have tried both
uniformly agree to this.-Selected.
What length ought a lady's petticoat
to be ? A little above two feet.
Some ingenious observer has discov
ered that there is a remarkable resem
blance between a baby and wheat,
since it is cradled, then thrashed, and
finally becomes the flower ofthe family.
Diedrich, lately married, says, "It
vas yoost so easy as a needle cood valk
oud mit a camel's eye, as to get der be
hint word mit a vomans."
~An Indiana man bet $10 that he could
ride the fly-wheel in a saw mill, and as
his widow paid the bet she remarked:
"William was a kind husband, but he
didn't know much about fly-wheels."
When a Chicago woman answered
the door-bell and was informed that her
husband had been drowned, she sank
down and whispered: "And the bill for
$50 worth of false hair is to come up
at four o'clock-ooh-hoooh!"
"Everything goes wrong," said an
Illinois. farmer, wiping his eyes. "The
grasshoppers cum, the hired man broke
his leg, wife died, the barn burned, and
I've rid for three days, and can't find a
woman who wants to marry."
"Yes, yes, it might a been," mused
the old lady in a melancholy, regretful
sort of a way, as she scratched her ear
with a knitting needle; "it might a
been as I did get a little too much sal
eratus in them biscuits, but he hadnt
ought to been so crabbed about it.'
"Shut your eyes and listen mit me,"
said Uncle Van Heyde. "Vell. de first
night I open store I counts de monies
and finds him nix right; I counts him
and dere be tree gone; and vat you
dink I does den ?" "I can't say." "Vy,
I did not count him any more, and he
comes out shoost right ever since."
"Five cents fare for that child, mad
am," said a street car conductor yester
day, as he opened the door and put his
head in. "Very well," she replied,
feeling in her pocket; "this is an or
phan child and I'm its guardian. I
must have a receipt for all moneys
paid out, and as soon as you write one
I'll drop a nickle in the box." He shut
the door and leaned over the brake like
a man in deep thought.
IT Is TRULY WONDERFUL, the variety
and ingenuity of the conveniences for the
desk and office-Pens of various patterns,
Inkstands possessing numberless advantages,
Letter Files, each one the best, Envelopes of
size and qualities infinite. It is almost be
wildering to enter the large Broad Street
Store of Walker, Evans & Cogswell, in
Charleston, and see the number of these
attractions. Here you find the largest Sta
tionery Stock- south of Baltimore, and you
only have two troubles-first, sufficient cash;
and second, the difficulty in deciding among
the many things offered, each equally suita
ble to your wants. May 12, 19-tf.
NEwBEmR,May 18.-Cotton market closed
firm at 14i. The supply is limited.
Bales shipped during week--125.
NEW YORK, May 17.-Cotton dull; sales
2340, at 16ja16j. Gold firm, at 16a16j.
AUGUsTA, May 17.-Cotton demand good,
offerings very light-middling 151.
BALTIMORE, May 17.-Cotton dull and
CHARLESTON, May 17.-Cotton steady
Newberry Prices currents
By NAYES & MAETIlN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2 00
Dry, per bushel........1 50 #1 76
BAGGIG-Gquny-ner yar4.... a 14
ROF-4anilla, perb 1..............20 a 25
BACON-Hamns, per lb............ 16 a 18
Shoulders, per lb......... 10 a 11j
Sides, perlb............. 14a 15
BLUE STONE, per lb............... a 15
BEEF-per lb.................... 8 a 12j
BUTER-Country, per lb.........25 a0
CEESE-E. D................. 18 a 2
CHICKENS-per head............ 15 a 30
CALICO-per yard............. 10 a 121
COPPERAS-................. 8 a 10
CORN, pr busbel...............1 25 al 85
COR N EAL, bolted, per bushel. al185
CANDLES-Adamnantine, pest.. 18 a 20
COFFEE--Rio, per lb............ 26 a 28
Laguyra,1per 1l.......... a 32
Jaa e .....,,.- a 40
COTrON YARN, per buiih.......... al 55
DOMETICS-4-4 per yard.........12 a 14
*7-8 " ...... l10a 12
3-4 " ...... a8
EGGS, per dozen............... - a 20
FLOUR, per bbl................700 a9 00
GUNPOWDER, per lb............ - a 40
IRON T1ES, per lb...............- a 7
1RON-American refined, per pound 68 a 7
Swedes.................. 9a 10
Band..................... a 8
Hoop..................... a 12
Plow Steel................. a 12
Potware................10 a 12
LARD,e lb.................... 18 a 20
L UMBE R-Wide Boards, per M ft.. .1200 a200
Scantling, per M ft..1000 a2000
Flooring. per M ft...100 a2000
MOLASES-Cuba, per.gal........ 0a 60
West India, per gal.... 60 a 76
New Orleans, per gal... 90 al 00
MACKEREL-per half barrel...800 a8 00
per Kit............2 00 a800
MADDER-per lb................ - a 40
NALS, per keg.,............... 00a6 00
OATS,,e .bushel................. a 76
ONIOM, per bushel.............. - a3 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gal...........- a 40
Linseed,bolled................ al 35
Linseed, raw................ al 40
Tanner's, Strait...........1 00 al 25
PE AS, per bushel................1 0081l 25
POTATOS-Irish, per bushel..,.....- a2 00
Sweet, per bushe'...- a 76
PAIN l'S-White Lead, per lb...12 a 14
Chemical, per gal....... - s2 5
RICE, per lb............-.-........ a 10
SALT, per sack........----.......... - al 90
SHINGLES, per 1000............ 00 a6 00
sUGAR-Pulverized, per lb-..- .......a 18~
Crushed, per lb............a 18~
A, er lb......- -...... a 18
C, 'xtra, per lb......... 2
Brown, per lb.--........... a 12j
Silver.........-........ a 00
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a3 00
French Brandy........- aM400
Rye Whiskey..........8w 0a60
Holland Gin..........- a8 00
OTrpnie-.-... a1 00
TEA-Hyson, pe ......... ....50 a2 50
Imperia,perl1b.............1 75 a2 50
Black, per lb..................1 00.al 76
TALLOW, per lb................. 8 a 10
VINEGA R-Cider, per gal............ a 50
VARNISHES-C"ach body, per gal.4 00 a4 50
' -pal, per gal....... a800
WHE AT, per b..hel.._._._... -..- a -
: WRIGHT & COPPOII
f Respectfully inform their customers av
the public generally, that they have 1
A Full and Elegant Stocl
SPRING AND SUMMER
Clothing, Hats, Caps
And a complete assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
All of which will be sold at prices to sui
An inspectio- of our stock is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
Stoves, Tin Ware, PC.
STOYES, TIN IlRE, &
L H. REDUS, Agt.,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. T. WRIGHT.)
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry, that he has bought out the entire
stock of Mr. W. T. Wright, and having
Made Large Additions
to the same is prepared to supply all de
At Low Prices for Cash.
He keeps on hand every kind of
Stove, Cooking, Parlor and
and all other articles in the tin line, and ii
prepared to execute all kinds of repairing.
Guttering and Roofing
attended to promptly.
Stove and Grate Coal, at lowest rates
can always be supplied. ..
An.examination of stock, and orders fo;
L. H. REDUS, Agent.
Dec. 16) 50-tf.
The Efoloin e bok E:ust received al
Bereaved Parents e see iy
Bber Crisian Bbl Expositor;
Clarks's Thegy LI fAdam Clarke;
Cross of Chrit; The Cumberers;
Family Goernment; Fany thie Flower
GLife ofsFletehere; Fietchere's Appeal;
Headlands ffi Heart'Iossoms;
Her ofe n go; e of Mrs. H. N.
McKidre Wrks-- Thongh tful Girls;
The Successful Merchant;.
Lif of Wey e slys Semns;
inadito o aova larg assortment Of
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Dr. S. F. FA1NT,
NGIIGIST ANDtlHMIS '
NEWBERRY, S. C.
PE8RIPN URELY C0IPOUNED
AT ALL HoURS OF THE DAY AND NIGHT.
PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S ROOM
I8n" Over the Drug Store. -ft
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
To the Members of the South
Ministers of the South Carolina Methodist
Conference are respectfully informed that
having made arrangements with the Pub
lishing House at Nashville, Tenn., I am en
abled to supply them with any of the Books
or Publications of that House on the same
per centage that they have hitherto been
All orders accompanied by the Cash,
either through P. 0. Money Order or by
Draft, will be promptly filled.
In sending orders, write name and Post
Office legibly. THOS. F. GRENEKER,
Proprietor HERALD Book Store.
Jan. 13, 2-tf.
BET A GREAT DEAL OF TRADE
They will find it to their advantage to ad
Nov. 11, 45-. CIAN110Ni, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate. Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moses, as Clerk of the
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
gr .an him. Letr of Administration of the
Dry Goods, Groceries,
i SPRING AND Si8m
NEW GOODS LOW PRI(
C. F. JACKSOT
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. (
Takes pleasure in informing the pul
Newberry and surrounding Counties,
his stock of
SPRING& SUMMER GOI
is unusually large and varied, and thi
THE LEADER OF LOW PRIC
and that he will remain so while his R
are so largely appreciated by a discri
Visitors to the city are respectfully
ted to examir.e stock, and orders proi
and satisfactorily attended to.
May 5, 18-tf.
RECEIVING ANDIN STO
A FULL LIENE
Spring and 2ummer Goo
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
Respectfully call attention to their ele
al'a and vaned stock of goods, ai
which can be found all kinds of first ch
Dress Goods, Calicoes, Hosiery, G1
Laces, Collars, Ribbons, HomesUn
Cassimeres, Cloths, Kerseys, Sb , 1
Domestic and Staple Goods in endleE
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERI
A fine assortment of
SADDLES and BRIDLE
A superior lot of
UMBRELLAS, for hand and buggy.
FINE AND COMMON TRFA
Among which are those convenient an
In short any and ever article in on
rious lines, all of whichave been cm
secte and which we warrant to be
c sla an hich will be
SOLD LOW FOR CASI
We aeawys glad to show our good:
P. W. & R. S. CHICI
Plow Iron and Stet
A'large lot of PLOW IRON and ST:
just #rrived. HRO
Mar. 10, 10-tf.
Pratt Street, Under Pool's'Hotel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.
Would respectfully call the attentioi
the public to their stock, whioh consLs
&c., &c., a
which will be kept constantly on hand.
jGive us a call, for you will fimd it
To Your Inter-elli to Do
As we are prepared to
Give You Bargaib
T. J. LIPSCoMB. j HUGH o'N. HARameo
Mar. 3, 9-8m.
We will sell, for the ni
30 days, the following go<
At and Below Cost:
Gents' and Boys'
And the greater part of<
LOVELA0E A WIHEBLI
Ie Cs RV1LON & C
01 all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
B,acon, Choice Hams,
Flour: Lard, Molasse
FRESH MEAL A1D GRI
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
BOOK ST01 !
$2.50 pm aX.
.1 A Vi
NOTE HEADS, STA
[ETTER HEADS LEGAL
B I LL HEADS, -
Etc.&c ETC., &e.
PwINTE AT TnE
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
[vitation and Wedding fapers
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATC -
PAPER DOLLS and
Ac., Ao., Ac.,
PAPER of all kinds,
- M rIA Cap AT Tm -77
SCHOOL BOOS and an!other n o
IOOKS, or any aTe In the SAI~
"E PRO1M -MLED T'
r. F. GRENEKW,
iditor HERA.n and Proprletor Book Store.
E'. N. PARKE
IUCCO5R TO WEEB, JONES & PA,
Between PoolPs Hotel anil the Post Office,)
Having bought the E NTI RE ST O(CK
if the..Harness and Saddle Mandfactory of
laesrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I ambre
ared to do all kinds of work in -thia lime.
Liso will keep on hand for sale, HAAM1AR,
ADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEA'PhER,
OLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER Ac.,
f the best and cheapest. REPATRTNG
nd ill work done to order
Lt Cash Prices and at Shortest
THOMA8 P. SLIER,
LT TORNEY AT JAW.
Office above McFaU A TooPs and next
oor to M. A. Carlisle's Office.
All business will be promptly attendedto.
Mar. 3, 9-6m.
vrdlicr, the betppo
to B atbes Improved B,mci
the Drop Ceck valve, which e
hr whic never cracs scales or
rusts, and will lastalife time.,For
rdrto besre tha yo ge late zey'
ide-mark as above. If you do not know
th the name a adressofteam
arsyou, wilbe promptly frshdby
CRAB. G. ELATCHLEY, Kanufaturr
506 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb. 17, 7-9m.
WILL. I. THOMAS,
ttorney and Counsellor at Law,
[EWnwaRY, - - -- SOUTE CABOLINA.
All legal business entrusted to this off1ce
C orrespondece fom ababd solicited.
Feb. 17, 1875-7-ly.
NEW SADDLE .
[n store formerlyocpe by Webb, Jones
Saddles, Bridles, Harnessh &c.,.made and
Hides bought and exchanged for goods.
Orders promptly Elled.
A share of public patronage is respect
- J. N. BASS.
Nov. 4, 44-tf.
I will make a fnal settlement of my se
ounts as Administrator de bonis non of the
|state of John N. Floyd, deceased, before
se Hon. James C. Leahy, Judge. of Pro
ate for Newberry County, at Newberry
lourt House, on Thursday, the 20th day of
la next, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,-and imme
iately thereafter I will apply for a flal!
ischarge as such said Administrator.
JOEL W. ANDERSON,
Jrc. Watches, Clocks, Jewdry.
t he CLOCKS,
mia SILVER AND PLATED WARE
Having just remodelled and newly fitted
up my store, I would ask the public to give
me a call, as my
I Stock is Now the Largest
gant, ever offered in this part of the State, and
PRICES AS LOW
as can be found in the South.
Dves, My gonds are bought direct' from the
Manufacturers, and, consequently, can be
aw sold as cheap as any other"House in the
is va All American Gold and Silver Watches
sold at Manufacturers' Catalogue prices.
I keep a large stock-of
, Spectacles aid Eye
:Sj 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
Ks Birth-day and Bridal Prewentz,
- Engagement Rings, &e.
In my Establishment Gold Is sold
for Gold; and Brass is sold for Brass.
All goods sold warranted as represented,
Sdand my customers may rely upon getting
what they bargain for.
ALL KINDS Or WATCH, CLOCK AID
JEWELRY REPAIBING DONE AT
- 8HORT N(OTICE AND IN WORK
~l. ANIE STYLE.
EEL, Orders by Mail or Express, for work or
goods, will receive prompt attention.. ]
'S. Goods sent 0.0O.1D. to all parts of the
country, with the privilege of exalnining
-- before paying for them.
Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
(N JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-t.s
i f|JUST UECREE.
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOU.B
sc. Weding,Inital Semo,and-othr'kind
oEnvelopes of all kinds to match.
Rubr Bads ad Rings.
Pencils and Sharpner.
So, andned ariogs atens-some ver
Wallts and Pocke Books.
ter Books, and a arevariet of Memoran
IS. Pereta Diaries, besides otherkinds.
SltesNat Pencls Caons Indelible0
Backgamon Board, Ch er adDice.
Steeops, Convesaton Cards and
xt BliOng Paper, small and large, white
>ds Bristol1Boards, Tissue Pape, allcolors.
Papr Doll and1 Paper Frniture, for the
Rmmbe oth ae , gover HARMON'S
HERALD BOOK ST6RE,
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
x,IAMOOD: HOWY LOST, HOWY BESTORED!
~ Just published, a new edition
wTED ESAY on the dical cure
TOREH(EA or Semial Weakness, Involuta
ry Seminal Losses. DIPOTENCY, Mental and
HIPhysical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar.
an Fr'S,Indued byslfindulgence or se
- rce~ in a sealed envelope, only six
~l The celebrated author, in this admLirable
e~' Essay, cearly demorat fro aahit
conseq ucs oet abusemaybe radically
O,medicine or the aplcation of the knife; C
pantn ut a esfoulf cure at once simple,
Severy sufferer, no matter whatbhis condition
my be, my cre himself cheaply, private- r
&- This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in te land.
AddrsshAS he C. KLINE & CO.,
127Bowery, New York.
Post Office Box, 4586. July 15, '74-28-.ly.
I will make a final settlement of my ac
'r counts as Executor of the last will and tes
taeto r.Aei .Fod e easd
STeetamen o r. Ames A. FLeay, Jdesd of
Prberete fo. Jesbr Countay, tgeer of
CorbtHe, on Thubrrydouy, t Newberyo
Mayr ndex, 1o'Thursday, andhe20hdatof
My theexa,tat 12 w'loc.l. appdo letesdiate
soy hrafs e suc sil appeyuforltesims
&C. JOEL'~. ~1at W .l ~ 1 ADERSON