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INDEX TO NEw ADvERTSEYENTS.
J. C. Leahy-Citations.
Harry B. Scott-Notice.
F. E. Salinas-Something to Eat.
Jno. D. Bateman-Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
Jno. P. Kinard-Extraordinary Discovery.
A. L. Wyse & Co.-Dissolution of Partner
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
or. * 40-1y.
CHEAP ICE.-Mr. J. D. Bateman, of
Columbia, is determined to give the
people an opportunity to keep cool. le
can furnish ice at $1 per 100 lbs.
JEWISH FESTWAL.-Tuesday eve
ning the Sth, the sixth day of the month
Sivan, the Festival of Pentecost was
celebrated by our Israelitish friends.
L. R. Marshall has the above articles.
( CROQUET SETTS 1t
QUESTxO No.0 1.-We atre requested
by a large tax payer to inquire if we
have a police.- and if so where do they
keep themselves at night, while dwell
ings are entered, piazzas inv aded, and
clothes, chairs, geraniums, etc., are car
ridoff? Anearly answer srqetd
Other queries will be propounded.
ARRrVED.-Jas. Maloney, escorted
by Deputy U. S. Marshal Grant, ar
rived here on Wednesday, and has been
assigned quarters in the brown stone
edifice near Scott's creek. IIe can now
say how he likes it. IIeyward has been
conveyed to a Summer residence in
NEWBERRY COI.LF.GE.-Next week
will be a gala time at WWib:ila, and as
mnany persons from here will no doubt
attend, we are pleased to state that they
can go and return for one fare, and that
board can be obtained while in the city
for S1 per day. Let us all go to Wal
halla. The Commencement will be on
Fisii.-The catfish is a nice iish. II
he were a Frenchman and not home
folks people would consider him a great
delicacy. There was a goodly compa
Ey of them in towvn last week. They
didn't, however, come of their own free
will aid accord. We made strict search
but could not find a single Mason
We hear sometimes, opposite our
sanctum, in Temperance Hall, the dul
cet notes of Prof. Schmitt's violin, and
sometimes notes not quite so dulcet that
drop from the bows of his pupils. WE
understand, however, that they are iu
proving rapidly and are highly pleased
with the Professor's instructions. It is
to be lhoped that the Professor will re
ceive sufficient patronage to make him~
ai permanent institution.
?GO.OD OArS.-Col. E. S. Coppock cut
a piece of oats ont his Scott's creek farmt
which deserves favorable mention, and
particularly as it serves to show what
can be done. The piece of ground is
not quite 3-8 of ant acre, and yielded
fifteen and a half bushels of clean oats
over sixty bushels to the acre. Whose
patch has exceeded this.
We are rejoiced to say that the cr
generally is better than in many years.
Tile skating tournament reported tc
ake place on Thursday night next, is
o be post.p-ned, as we are informed.
Some of the gallant Knights who are
anxious to contend for the honors of the
ring will be absent. There will, how
cver, be a grand gathering of skill and
beauty on the af 'rementioned night at
the rink. Some of the skaters have at
taned such a degr-ee of proficiency t1:;
those who are not able to join in the
sport may enjoy :t pleasant hour in look'
ing at their performances.
Messrs. J. C. Wilson & Co.,- have
made quite an enlargement to their al
ready capacious place of business, by
adding a store room to the rear and at
right angles with the main building on
Pratt Street, 100 feet long with an? en
trance on McKibb"n Street. They may
load and unload now as conveniencc
requires at either street. We arec glad
to see that the increase of their businesl
necessitates the enlargement of then
store. May they continue to prosper.
Mr. J. C. Banks showed uIs a curios'
ty in the way of an car of corn whicl:
- ~ ~ir~'
We arr 1qu,e4ted to sfate that the
LI:reus tr:in Vill leave the Newberry
lo1 o11 next Saiirdav afternoon, the
- 19th t 4 'cleek, alrording the citizens
of NewhenrV an opportnity of seeing
The Cornet Band is invited to attend.
Tickets for the round trip, 25 cents.
We hope that there will he a general
turn out, and that gentlemen will take
wives, sisters and sweethearts.
Don't forget that you can get Ice
Cream at the Newberry Ice Cream Sa
loon, every day from 12 M. till 10 o'clock
Families and Parties furnished by the
quart or gallon on most reasonable
Also, pure Soda Water generated
from pure Carbonic Acid Gas.
Ice Colk Lemonade, Ginger Pop, &c.
If you want to cool off be sure and in
quire for Speck's Ice Cream Saloon.
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines and
IIymn Books, just received at the HEU
AL Book Store. 23-tf
RESULT OF ADVERTIsIN.-A gen
tlenan called at the Herald Book Store
the other day and asked for an article
never before kept in this town. le
said he knew he could get it, for he had
seen an advertisement in our paper
which gave him the information. It is
a fact that the Book Store in connection
with the HERALD office keeps a variety
of articles which the public'need. Call
and see. Don't mistake the place
over Harmon's store.
We are indebted to the managers for
an invitation to attend the Commence
ment Entertainment at Reid's IIall,Wal
halla, on Thursday Eve., June 24th, for
which we return thanks. We feel cer
tain that it will be a pleasant affair.
The junior managers and floor commit
tee are: L. E. Busby, D. A. Zeagier,
G. D. Haltiwanger, J. B. O'N. Hollo
way, C. W. Moore, J. W. Sheler, J. B.
Watson and S. 0. Kaminer on the one,
and W. J. Stribling and W. G. Perry,
on the other.
PLEASANT.-The Good Templars.
with some of their friends, had a very
pleasant time on Thursday evening,
after the regular business of the hour
was transaeted, and we regret exceed
ingly that the occasion slipped our
memory until too late to attend. We
arc told that the nicest refreshments.
and in the greatest abundance were
served, and that there was no lack of
wit and sentiment to make the hours
speed on golden wings. We hope they
will try it over.
CORRECTIO.-In our notice last is
sue of the pictures which Mr. F. J.
Deverell brings to the attention of the
citizensof Newberry, we should have
stated that the price of a plain picture
was $2.25, others varying according to
style and finish. Specimens of pictures
framed can be seen at our book store,
and also at the Jewelry Store of Capt.
1Any information desired will be giv
en, and letters addressed as above will
be promptly answercd.
Dogs will howl when Editors want
sleep. Can nobody invent a mnachine
to take the bark off a dog. I am afraid,
though, that both dogs and t;iees will
die without it. It is said, however,
that there is a race of voiceless curs in
Siberia. What a blessing next to a
nmute wife. If the Siberian climate af
fects the women in the same way we'll
buy a through ticket to Tobolsk in the
P. S.--The biggest 'devil' taking ad
vantage of our temporary absence dared
to write the above. The editor is not
responsible, and would take the p)ara
graph out but that it is too late. It is
hoped the ladies will make a black mark
against the offender.
PERSONAL.-We acknowledge a call
from~ Mr. J. B. O'N. Ilolloway and Mr.
W. C. Dreher, of Pon;aria. Mr. Ilollo
way is on a short visit home from Ne w
berry College, wliere he will soon re
turn to take part in the Commencement
exercises, and which will terminate his
college career. Mr. Drehcr is a hard
student of the popular Bethel Academy
at Pom]aria, and we are pleased to say
that both young gentlemen give much
Promise for the future.
Mr. S. H. Grinin, a popular gentle
man in this section, has been in town
for a few days. IIe represents the ex
tensive Grocery IIouse of Belcher, Park
& Co., of New York.
MIRACULOUs E.scAr.-The town of
Newberry narrowly escaped b e i n g
brought to grief on Tuesday morning,
and ge feel thankful to that "divinity
which shapes our ends," that we arc
spared the recital of a terrible catastro
pe, a fearful disaster. A prominent
dealet in groceries while standing on
the corner in front of Fant's drug store.
barely escaped the voracious attack of
a horse, the animal seemingly being
disposed to make a morning's meal of
him, and but for the timely presence of
Dr. Fant and the local, there is no tell
sing what would have been the conse
quence. We cannot imnagine what ex
ited the appetite of the horse, unless
it was that the grocery dealer had a
large supply of greenbacks about him.
A Ears Pr.ACE.--The four mile
house, presided over by Maj. J. P. Ki
nard, is a famous place in many re
spects, and just now because the Major
has in store a choice lot of Fish put up
in a late and approved style, and from
Iwhait is said in respect to them they
must be super-excellent. While we
would ntdetract from terexcellence,
I (..~flflf~ +.d:o h;~ .,A1.;(bI'~
j'1~I),. 110ND'S WALK .-RCIeIS -re
very scarce now and we hail anything
that will serve for a local with intense
s:itisfhction. We were particularly for
timate in having the Professor exhibit
his rope walking feats inimediately in
front of our office window on Thursday
afternoon, and where out of the crowd
and the glare of the sun the - exhibition
could be seen to the best advantage.
The IIEnA.) offlice was the most popu
lar place in town, the beauty, fashion
and sweet innocents of Ncwberry all
collecting in and around the building.
The Professor did first rate, and is en
titled to all praise, but we confess to
being better pleased with the animated
groups of ladies and children around us.
Never was the HERALD in a better
frame work. We are sorry to say that
one of the ladies when she found that 1
the editor was around, expressed great
fears of being put into the paper. We
calmed her fears, though, by stating
that our columns were too crowded to
get her in.
A PATENT GATE.-We are glad to
say that some of our friends are re
sponding to the call made for them to
give us the current news of their neigh
borhood. No less than two have corn
municated the interesting fact that a
high and distinguished citizen of the
)ntch Fork, and one holding a promi
nent position in the Order of the Patrons t
of Husbandry, has put up a new gate
or door to his stables, and for which he I
has taken out a patent right for theC
benefit of Pomaria Grange. The gate
is of very novel construction and can I
serve more purposes than one, as it
works on four wheels, and can be readily I
moved to any point on the premises.
Our informants say that obliquity of
vision might lead persous at some dis- s
tance to suppose that the contrivance is c
nothing more than an old buggy which
is thus made to do service in place of a i
gate. As we have not seen it, we will t
not express an opinion, and make the '
request that the friend -aluded to will N
communicate through the HERALD on I
ATTENTIoN LADIES.-Shopping is i
par excellence one of the necessities, t
and when the merchant prepares him
self at every point in excellence, varie
ty and price the necessity is made a
pleasure, and none appreciates it more
thn the ladies. They delight to go I
where they are sure to obtain the great- s
est satisfaction. The china, crockery, S
glass and general house-furnishing store t
of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, Colum- r
bia, under the Columbia Hotel, is the a
place where everything of every kind i
an be had. Go and see or send or- t
ders. 23-tf t
In viewv of the curiosity exhibited as e
to when we would make an appearance y
on skate's at Milam's rink, we rise to '
explain, that our first thought after s
making the rash promise was that it 5
might be best if we waited until we c
knew how;. then that we would try the
insurance companies for a favorable
poicy which would include every limbr
and prominent part of the body sepa- 1:
rately. Failing in both, the next thought
wa to invent some kind of a suit to be if
worn while making the attempt. Thes
thought has been a p)erpliexiasg one, and
we looked in vain for a solution till ther
Abbeville Medium of last week came to t
and. That paper sas t
"On Saturday nighlt a gentleman ofa
this place, who runs a newvspaper' and
always tries to be up with the times,
made his debut into the "skeetin"'
wod at Knox's Hall. He was the cen- a
tre of attraction to all the boys abouta
town. Hie has had a pair of pantaloons I
made with a sheet iron seat, lined with
a feather-bed and thinks he may be able
to succeed in learning this last and new-t
It is just as easy as falling off' a log,t
and we are surprised the idea did notc
strike us, or Milam at least. It will I
now not be long ere we will be ready.
TH E VALUE OF ADvRTIsING.-Some
time since mention was made in the lo
cal that a cat was wanted at this office.
The notice was read, and though no1
immediate result was produced, yet so
great our confidence in the efficacy oft
printe's ink, we knew that it was wvork
ing and that sooner or later something
would comze ofit Sure enough on
Tuesday last, a farmer from the upper
edge of the darkest corner of the Coun
ty camne to town with a load of cats of
all colors, sizes, ages, sexes and condi
tions. &Somehow he missed finding the
IAD office, and fortunately so for
us, the farmer and the cats, for it was
publication day, and wve had no time to
examine the assortment. It is said lie
made diliigent search for the editor, be
ing anxious to find out who put the
piece in the paper. IIe did not find him
though, for there are two modes of exit
from the office. Failing in this lie tried
the butchers-they, however, declined
to purchase, on the ground that they
were not making sausage now on ac
count of the liot weather. What be
came of the man and his cats we have
been unab)le to learn. If any one doubts
the efficacy of advertising let him take 1
a hint from teabove.
A ENPERIENT.--We learn that our
intelligent friend, Mr. E. P. Chalmers,
has an acre of corn which he calls his
experiment p)atch. lie first laid off his
rows six feet apart, and manured in the
furrow, one foot each side he planted
his corn, which leaves a space of four
feet between. At the second plowing
h~ run around and drilled in cotton
seed. At the present time the corn is
looking magnificenitly and bids fair to
viell a handsomeC return~i, and hay him
lurgely for the little trouble. The corn
on either side of this luxuriant patch,1
planted,in the prevailing style,looks like
as if it were suffering from a chronic1
attack of the jaundice. Would that
every~ farmer in the land would try an
experimnt of some kind, and once:
t~f the result ~o to work on
CEOR(' C1ICKE.s.-We are throw
into convulsions of joy this week. Ou
young friend, John W. Miller, son
the old man, and former resident (
Newberry, is pleasantly heard fron:
I[e writes to a mutual friend that h
wants us to know that he is living i;
the happy State of Georgia, and city c
Gainesville, and engaged in a generz
commission business, whose title i
Miller & McCamy, Agts., all of whicl
and more we are rejoiced to know
But the thing which throws us into cul
Vulsions, is the very agreeable fact tha
he sends us a mess of Georgia fryin
:hickens as a sample of what is to bi
iad over there. We hope, under thi
.ircumstances, that we will be pardon
3d for indulging in a good crow. Hoo
:ah for John, another for Georgia, and
hree times for the chickens. We wisl
Tohn well, and hope the best of thing
LOCAL NEWs.-If our readers woul
ust feel interested to the extent of call
ng on us when in town and giving th
iews of their section, or if not con
enient to call, would send the items
)y hand or mail, we could make thE
IERAID largely more interesting and
raluable as a county paper. Hundred.
f little things transpire during thE
veek which every man, woman and
hild in the County would give a pretty
o hear. But as we are unable to gc
ut and hunt the items up they are
tecessarily lost, for shut up here in our
fice almost from sunrise to sunset,
rying to make up a respectable and
eadable paper from the material we
an gather from dry exchanges and
imited gossip, and which treadmill
vork goes on day after day, and week
fter week, it is impossible for us to do
o. We call upon our friends then to
ome to our help and send us the news.
end us facts and figures in plain, un
,arnished style, if you have not the
ime to embellish or paint, and we will
[o the fixing up. Remember, we don't
Pant long letters, which very few men
iave time to write, but short items ol
Especially do the people want to hear
iow farm interests progress. Write for
he HERALD, and don't forget to tell
'our borrowing neighbor that his sub
cription will aid us very much.
TiE Boy NuisAxcE.-Our colored
>eople have learned in a comparatively
hort time that they must relinquish
ome of their wildwoods liberty when
bey expect to live in a civilized comn
aunity; and that they must learn to re
ard the rights and feelings of others;
a short, learn manners. Now it is high
lie they were teaching .these lessons
c their boys; they are getting to be a
>blic nuisance. If parents and teach
rs cannot keep them within bounds,
re must send the police after them.
hey are running in gangs about the
treets, using dirty language in a loud
oice regardless of the presence of any
ne, yelling at the top of their voices by
ay and by night; the later the louder.
L boy of the gosling age is anyhow a
ather awkward and not very agreeable
eing; he is about as pleasant as a hip~
~opotamus in a ball room ,and as grace.
aas a yearling calf dancing on the
lack wire. Those we are speaking
bout consider themselves privileged
Lusiians; they are not satisfied with]
eir vocal performances; they have in
roduced a new reed instrument intend
d to mock a mocking bir d when he is
ocking a donkey, and they play il
ith the embouchure of a bull frog on
,flute. Their origin is as mysterious
s that of the Gulf Stream. We do not
:ow how they get there; but when
hey do get to the Baltimore Corner,
here is a right lively current of them,
.nd the Orchestra is tolerably full, al.
ough they may pick up a reed piccolc
:r a cante tub~a as they swing around
"hifer's. As the different currents unit(
hey create a p)erfect whirlpool of music
end a maelstrom of fuss. It is said that
he Gulf Stream makes the atmospherE
>f Ireland more pleasant. It is under
tood that we wvant no interference witlh
is atulosphere as iar as sonorous vi
>ations are concerned at least. If thc
>ovs won't let it alone we must send the
darshal after them-as soon as he gets
rough with the (logs.
kOUT THE TowN AND COUNTY.
No discount on the weather-it is
Ku Klux, Dolly Varden and Morning
slory Soda water at Speck's,
Friends are like dollars-easier to gel
han to kee'?
Blackberries are ripening fast-and
lope is high.
How to get rich: Live on the winc
md sleep on the fence.
Spring chickens are in full bloom.
Editors andl preachers are happy.
The man who is too lazy to wait or
is customers should never advertise.
Those traps at Dr. F'ant's are stil:
:atching flies. Well, it is their duty fo:
:o do so.
Jalapa wants to know what Newber.
y town means in promising to mak<
Prominent cities are generally sup
lie with loafers and our towvn 15is.1
Money is scarcer than it has beer
~ince the wvar. It is about the samt
vithu us, however.
ITe is g'oing to suie hi? barber foi
utting off his mustache. The barbei
ays he did not see it.
An up town philosopher says if 'twer<
ot for meal times, how unbearabl<
vould be the dull times.
There will be two moor,s in August
ine on the first, the second on the thir
;ieth. It lhas not occurred since 1858.
The old College building continues t<
>e an ornament to the town. It look:
:ight well-front a distance.
Mr. F. E. Salinas has in store choic<
3nuoked tongues, breakfast strips ani
iani~ Call and sumAv yourself. i-eader
ii respectfully informed that we desire to
r play a tune.
Since the appearance of green plums
f and greener apples the doctors look
brighter and happier, hoping that they
will get a case.
Marshall's Ice Cream is pronounced
by judges to be as ,ood as can be made.
It is furnished by him every day, and
in quantities to suit all persons.
The people of Anderson are fortu
nate in having a beef inspector appoint
ed-the consequence is good beef or
r none. Why not the same here?
It was feared that our patent itemizer
would fail us last week, but it worked
well and paragraphs were plentiful.
Hope for like results hereafter.
I .. ,drew Jackson and John Wesley
were peddling black fish for Marshall
last week. Geo. Washington and Jeff.
Davis are now selling ice cream.
The patent fly-trap on sale at Fant's
Drug Store is just the very thing. The
town should erect one on ,a scale large
enough to catch all the flies in it.
We notice there is a Salinas City
somewhere out West. Wonder if it is
named after our popular grocer who
keeps those nice things at No. 2, Mollo
We have had pleasant showers during
last week-refreshing to the animal and
vegetable kingdom, and keeping the
mineral from annoying either in the
way of dust.
As warm weather is on hand, the
Council should see that the town is
thoroughly cleansed. Lot owners should
be rVuired to remove all rubbish from
By the way what has become of the
Gabriel's horn is not to be compared
to the Laurens mail horn. Whenever a
toot is made on it business on Mollohon
ceases for a moment, and men and boys
cry, "there it blows."
If a mule would only run away with
a wagon with a jug of buttermilk in it,
or a cat fall into the school house well,
or a naughty cow toss up somebody's
darling, or-well anything for a local.
What should be done with the man
who will patiently sit for an hour or
two waiting for an opponent to study
out a move on a checker board, yet will
growl if he has to wait ten minutes for
To see 260 pounds of mortality pur
suing one poor little flea, with murder
ous intentions, and, after all, the flea
escape, is calculated to make one say
to himself, "How vain are all things
here below !"
L.-R. Marshall makes the double an
nouncement this week, that he will give
you an opportunity of getting warm
over a game of croquet, and of getting
cool by means of his delicious ice cream.
Hie is a most acconiodating man,
Prof. Milam has established a skating
rink at the town of Helena, and the
young people are having a good time.
We learn, also, that there is a proba
bility that a rink will be opened at
I'rosperity. Go it while you're young,
We know several places in Newber
ry where the atmosphere needs sprink
ling with cologne. Citizens and Town
Council should make a liberal use of
disinfectants during the hot Summer
Tillman & Dawkins, alias Aaron and
Tobe, have a nice barber shop in rear
of the Baltimore Corner Store. which
has been newly stocked by our old friend
gr This is killing two birds with one
Don't forget the Book and Stationery
establishment over Harmon's Store, and
Harmon's Store under the HERALD
Book and Stationery establishment.
gr Two birds again.
A CoxSotATo.-In these sweet
piping times of peace and extreme dull
ness there is a restlessness manifested
by active men which is painful to be
hold ; they don't know whiat to get at,
and unfortunately sometimes a man
gets into mischief. There is a general
disposition too to take care of No. 1,
not one man in a hundred puts himself
to any trouble to help his fellow man
wade through the sea of difficulties.
Only occasionaliy do we see exceptions,
and it affords us pleasure now to point
out one of the- rare cases. Messrs. Per
ry & Slawgon, cigar dealers of Colum
bia, deserve particular mention in this
respect. They are doing much tQ re
store a happy equilibrium in presenting
to the pub)lic special brands of good
cigars and fine tobacco. The consola
tion contained in a box of thir best is
beyond language to express. If there
are any clouids obscuring your mental
vision send atn order to Perry & Slaw
son, and they will be dissipated and
vanish in rings as they circle and gy
rate over your heaid. 23--tf.
Silver Gloss Starch,
FOR THE LAUNDRY.
T. KINGSFORD & SON.
THE BEST STARCH IN THE WORLD.
GIVES A~BEAUTIFUL FINISH TO THlE
LiNEN, and the ditrerence in cost between
it and common starch is scarcely half a cent
for ani ordinary washing. Ask your Grocer
OSWMEO IJ0R STARH,
For Puddings, Blane Mange, Ice Cream, &c.
Is th~e original-F.stablish4ed in 1848. And
preserves its reputation as PURER, STRONG
ER and MORE DELICATE than any other
article of the kind offered, either of
the same name or with other titles.
STEVENSON MACADAM, Ph. D., &c., the high
est chemical authority of Europe, carefully
analyzed this Corn Starch, and says it is a
most excellent article of diet, and in chemi
cal and feeding properties is fully equal to
Directions for making Puddings, Cus
IT Is TRULY WONDERFUL, the vari
and ingenuity of the conveniences for 1
desk and office-Pens of various patter
[nkstands possessing numberless advantag
Letter Files, each one the best, Envelopes
size and qualities infinite. It is almost I
wildering to enter the large Broad Stri
Store of Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Charleston, and see the number of th<
attractions. Here you find the largest S
tionerv Stock south of Baltimore, and y
only have two troubles-first, sufficient cas
and second, the difficulty in decidifig amo
the many things offered, each equally sni
ble to your wants. May 12, 19
NEWBERRY, June 15.-Cotton market i
active, as but little is offered for sale-t
priccat close 131 ets. Only.fifty-seven bal
were shipped during the week.
NEW YORK, June 14.-Cotton steady; sal
1,481, at 155a155. Gold dull-16'a163.
BALTIMORE, June 14-Cotton quiet-mi
AUGUSTA, June 14.-Cotton demand mo
CHARLESTON, June 14.-Cotton dull-mi
LIvERPOOL, JGne 14.-Cotton steadier
middling uplands7 9-16; middling Orleans 7
Newberry Prices Currents
By XAYES & MARTIN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2
Dry, per bushel...........1 50 al 7.
BAG GING-Gunny-per yard.......... - a l,
ROPE-Manilla, per lb... .......20 a 2
BACON-Hams. per lb...........16 a 1|
Shoulders.per lb........... 10 a 1:
Sides. per lb................ 14 a 1
BLUE STON E, per lb. ............a 1
BEEF-per lb....................... 8 a I
B3UTET-Country, per b........... 25 a 3
,HEESE-E. D..................... 18 a 2
HICKENS-per head............... 15 a 3
DALICO-per yard............. 10 a 11
COPPERAS-perlb.................. 8 a 11
"ORN. per bushel....................1 25 al 3
CORN MEAL, bolted, per bushel.... al3S.
'ANDLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a 2
DOFFEE-Rio, per lb............... 25 a 21
Laguyra, per lb.......... a 3
Java, perib.............. - a 4
AYITON YARN, per bunch.......... al i
DOMESTICS-44 per yard........... 12 a 1
7-8 .......... 10 a I
34 " .......... a 8
GGS, per dozen..#...............- a 2
FLOUR. per bbl...................7 00 a9 0
3UNPONI DER, per lb............... - a 41
RON TIES. per lb................... - a
2RON-American refined, per pound 6} a
H oop......................... a 1!
Plow Steel.................... a 1
Potware...................... 10 a 1
[ARD. per lb........................ 18 a 2
XUMBEt-Wide Boards, per 31 ft... 1200 a200
Scantling, per X ft......1000 a203
Flooring. per 31 ft.......15'00 a2)
dOLASSES-Cuba, per gal.......... 50 a 61
West India, per gal.... 60 a 7
New Orleans, per gal... 93 al 0
ffACKEREL-per half barrel ...... 6 00 a8 0(
per Kit...............200 a301
1ADDER-per lb.................... - a 4A
qAILS, per keg......................5 00 ae 01
).TS.,er bushel.................. ' a. i
)NIO-NS, per bushel................. - a3 0(
)IL-Kerosene, per gal.............. - a 41
Linseed,boiled................. al 3&
Linseed, raw................... al 4(
Tanner's. Straits...............1 00 al 2
'EAS, per bushel....................1 00 al 2.
OTATOS-Irish, per bushel......... - a2 0(
Sweet, per bushel........ - a 71
?AINFS-White Lead, per lb........ 12 a 1
Chjemici, per gal....... - a2 5
UICE, per lb.... ................ a 1
ALT, per sack............... - a1 9(
HINGLES, per 1000............5 00 a60
UGAR-Pulverized, per lb.......... a 11
Crushed, per lb...........a 10
A, per b............. .............. a 1
C, Extra, per lb................ a 1:
Brown, per Ib.................... a 1
Silver................... a 04
PIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per ga....2~ 00 a3 0(
Rye Whiskey..........850 a6~0
Holland Gin.......... - a8 0
Of Turpentine............ al 0(
EA-Hyson, per~1b................1 50 a2 5'
Imiperial, perl1...............1 75 a2 5
Black, per lb.................1 00 al 7
~ALLOW. per lb................. 8 a 1(
INEGA R-Cider, per gal........ a 5(
7ARNISES-Coach body, per gal.4 00 a4 5(
Copal, per gal....... a3 0
THEAT, per bushel..............-- a -
* ~ BLATCHLEY'i
e * BEIR WOOD PUMP:
A " t h e acknowledge
9 STANDAID of tI
magket, by popuil
verdict, the b est pump foi tIa
least money. Attentien is inlvite
to Blatchley's Improved Brace
Pthe Drop Cheek valve, which ca
be withdrawn without disturbill
the joints, and the copper chax
ber which never crael.hs, scales <
.a by rusts, and will lasd iife time. F<
al yDealers and the trade generally. I
>rder to be sure that you get Blatchley
?unp, be careful and see that it has mi
:rademark as above. If you do not kno,
rhere to buy, descriptive circulars, togethe
ith the name and address of the aet
learest yot;, vill lie promptly firnished b
ddresing 'with stam?p.
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506 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pi
Feb. 17, 7-9m.
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Jc WIGHlT & C0PP001h
n Respectfully inform their customers and
the public generally, that they have ii
A Full and Elegant Stock
n- SPRING~ IND SlUMMER
e Clothing, Hats, CaS,
d- BOOTS, SHOES,
d- And a complete assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
Do All of which will be sold at prices to suit
An inspection of our stock is solicited.
5 WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
Stores, Tin Ware, Sc.
STOVES, TIN.AVARE, ,
Le H. REDUIS, Agtog
(SUGCESSORt TO W. T. WRIGHT.)
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry, that lie has bought out the entire
stock of Mr. W. T. Wrig-ht, and having
Made Large Additions
to the same is- prepared ta supply all de
At Low Prices for Cash@
4& He keeps on haLnd every kind of
Stove, Cooking, Parlor and.
an)l t,ratce ntetnln,adi
prprdt)xct l id frpiig
RSoectu indfrathe Ca,itizoest ofaNes,
berry alwas be hasboghp otiheenir
stoc examinaio W. sTgh, and ordesing
Made LarEUS Additio.
S he uesine haneveryckind inth
tove Co okinghr , esres oprtc asd
Shcand at,d urtice nteln, and ctsl
relcipatrone.ut His oficds ov earing.
-,Cs' Gutrereg ayfond in
attended HOR unmlsy. roesonly
~ Ma 5, 8- . H. REDU IS gn.
Physicia aod SureFPoo and etful
r dorit tronageA. aris officei ve h
nALL HORbusnless llb prof teinllytc.
Mar. 3, 1-m.
PHY~IIAN~ AND ~JGO~
I5 doo t Mb~ o cit th & pand te
* citzes ill Prsepromptly veatedd.
e W. T. McFALL, M. D.
eJAS. A. COFIELD, M. D.
a.Feb. 17T, 7-6m.
t The undersigned, being provided with
r, the most improved instruments, is prepared
to do all kinds of SURVEYING with accu
i-racy and dispatch.
si All orders left at Sdber & Caldwell's Law
1, Office, or Mrs. C. Mower's Store will receive
1- prompt attention.
~ c. F. WERBER, ,ia.,
i. c.7, 40-ly. Deputy Surveyor
s COLLECTION AGENCY.
WILL. H. THOMAS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NEWBERRY, . - - - SOUTH CAROLINA.
All1ega business entrusted to this ofie
attende to with fidelity and desptc.
~~Correspondence from abrpad soicited.
Feb,. 17. 1875-7-1y.
SJOHN C. DIAL,
.Direct Importer and Dealer in
I-A RI) WA RE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
s. Has the largest variety of HARDWARE
> to be found in the State. Call or send or
l ders and be convinced. Prices and quality
f- of goods guaranteed.
11Orders accompanied with cash or satis
1 factory references, will have prompt atten
tion. Nov. 4, 44-3m.
SJOHN C. DIAL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Has a fuli stock of Building Materivl,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Masons' and Tan
All goods warranted na represented.
-Prices as low as the lowest for good goods.
Orders with the cash, or satisfactory re
ferences, promptly attended to.
Nov. 4, 44-3m,
11Wtrches. 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, consequently, 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 0
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 Presents,
Engagement Rings, &e.
In my Establishment Gold is sold
for Gold, and Brass is sold ror Brass.
-All goods sold warranted as represented,
and my customers may rely upon getting
what they bargain for.
ALL EINDS OF WATCH, CLOCK AED
JEWELRY REPAIRT1NG DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Orders by Mail or Espress, for work or
goods, will receive prompt attention.
Goods sent C. 0. D. to all parts of the
country, with the privilege of examining
before paying for them.
Hair Jewelry or all Descrip
tiotis Made to Order.
JOHN Fs SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
Books and Stationery.
S ATIONER V
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOUND
Letter, Note. Invitation, Cap, Legal Cap,
Wedding, Initial, Sermon, and other kinds
Envelopes of all kinds to match.
Steel and Rubber Erasers.
Rubber Bands and Rings.
Pencils and Sharpener s.
Inkstands of various patterns-some very
Wallets and Pocket Books.
Ledgers, Day Books, Receipt Books, Let
ter Boosand a large variety of Memoran
Perpetual Diaries, besides other kinds.
Slates, Slate Pencils, Crayons, Indelible
Pencils, Inks-black, violet carmmne.
Paper Weights, Files, Tape Measures.
Backgammon Boards, Checkers and Dice.
Mucilage, Camel Hair Brushes.
McGilP's Paper Fasteners, Paints.
Pens, Indelible Ink, Wax Matches.
Stereoscopes, Conversation Cards and
School Books, Copy Books,Drawing Books.
Blotting Paper, small and large, white
Bristol Boards, Tissue Paper, all colors.
Papr Dolls and1 Paper Furniture, for the
And many other things.
Remember the place, over HARMON'S
REDI BOOK STORE,
Jan. s7, 4-tf.
The following new books just received at
the HERALD BOOK STORE:
Above Rubies; Alleine's Alarm;
Bereaved Parents; Besieged City;
Better Land; Carvosso;
Bible Christian; Bible Expositor;
Clarke's Theooy; Life of Adam Clarke;
Cloue o telect; Counry Tales;
Dairyman's Daughter; Devotedniess;
Smith's Elements of Divinity;
Drift Wood; Ecce Ecclesia;
Family Government; Fanny the Flower
Heroes of the Cross;
Life of Fletchere; Fletehere's Appeal;
aFlld n1 a te of Prayer;sos
Heavenly World; Hloliness; Home ;
Heirs of the Kingdom; IMe of Mrs. 11. N.
R ijcie' Wor s: T oughitful Girls;
T!he Successful Merchant;
Scripture Help; Short Sermons;
Village Blacksmith; Vinny~ Leal;
Life ox Wesley; Wesley's Sermons;
And many etos
in addiion to above a large assortment 01
Hymn Books, all sizes and bindings, to.
getlier with Disciplines.
NERAL RRY TOE
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Drugs F l.fany articles.
Dr. S. F. FANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NEWBERRY, S. Co..
Ar ALL HOURS OF THE DAY AND aGHT.
PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S ROSE
i Z-Over the Drug Store.-If
Jan.27, 4-tf. -
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAli,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET
May 3, 18-t.
. FOR THE
$2.50 PE ANNU
NOTE HEADS, 0 STATE
LETTER HEADS, LEGAL*-MMA
B I L L HEADS,fIVIATIO
PAMPHLET HANDBIL -B
PRITED T TH -
Invitation and Wedding
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATH
For child en,.
HERALD BOOK STCE
HYMN BOOKS, .
PRAYER BOOKS, - --
PAPER of all kinds;
FOR SALE CHEA AT TE
HERALD BOOKS TORI
SCHOOL BOOKS, and all; other kindicot
BOOKS, or any article in the STATIONERY ..
LINE PROMPTLY F11LED.
T. F. (*RENEKER,
Editor HERALD and Proprietor Book'Ste
I.AIIOD: lilW LOST,IOIY .
Just published, a new'edition
of DR. CULVERWELL's OELERRk
-TED ESSAY .On the radical cure -
(without medicine) of Si~nx&- A
TORRH(EA or Seminal Weakniess, Inyolonta
ry Seminal Losses, DIENCY, Mental' and.
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar- -
riage, etc.; also. CoNS3EPTId,s EPILEPSY
and FITS, induced by self-ndulgece orsx
ual extravagnce, &c.
a' Price, mn a sealed envelope, -only sIr.
Te celebrated author, in .this admfrable
E Ly, clearly demonstrates, from:a thirt- -.
years' succesful practice, that the alarmin -
consequences of self-abusemaybe radicll
cured without the dan erous us,eof4nternal
medicine or the aplcto of the knife;
pointing out a moe of cure at once simple -
certain, and effectual, by means of whlichz
every sufferer, no matter what.his conditi~on
may be, may cure himself cheaply, private
ly, and radically.
g' This Lecture should be in the hauda~
of every youth and every man.in tbe and - -
Sent under seal, ini a plain envelope, to
any address, post-paid, on receipt of $13: -
cents or two post stamps.
Address the Publishers, -
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bower, New York.
Post Of lce Box, 4586. July 35,'74.Z.8F17
Something New, Beau
tiful, Durable and
Cheap for Coy
. erig ad Or-~
Nothing has come bef'ore the public in
our estimation so practical and economical
as the Abrams' Metallic Grave Gover. It is
certainly just the thing that the people
want, and we are now introducing thedn
for sale single or club rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of the
following Gounties, viz:
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and
Call and see specimen at John -B. Mars
tin's Buggy Emporium.
Any further information wanted will -re
ceive prompt attention by calling on or ad.- -
W. H. WI.SEMAN, Agt.,
May 5, 18-tf'. Newberry, S:. C.
~SPA RT ANBURG, S. C.
Water Alterative and Tonic ; Climate
dry, bracing and healthful. Every ate
tion paid to guests.
R EFERENCES IN CoLUMBL.-MR3 . 1B
Miller, A. Palmer, Col. Jos.. Daniel. Pope,
Prof. L. Plate and S. J. P.iy.
WILL OPEN JUNE Z -
Lgr HACKS meet visitoi-s at ~a2
burg C. H. JOHN B. L f'
June 9, 23-tf. Resident Manage.
TILLMAi &. DAWXIWS