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Special and Local.
T= Nw PosTAL LAw.-After the 1st of
January. 1875, editors have to prepay all the
papers from their office. Of course no pub
isher can afford to pay postage for a subscri
ber in arrears. We give this timely notice
to all delinquents that we will not let their
names encumber our books after that period.
DEcisioxs OF THE CouRTo.-Any person
who takes a paper regulariy from the Post
Office-whether directed to his name or ano
ther, or whether he subscribed or not-is re
sponsible for the pay. If a person orders his
paper discontinued he must pay all arrear
ages, or the publisher may continue to send
it until payment is made, and collect the
whole amount, whether it is taken from the
ofMee or not. The Courts have decided that
refusing to take newspapers and periodicals
from the Post Office, or removiug and leav
in them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence
Of intentional fraud. 44-tf.
Communications on subjects of interest to
the public are always acceptable. The names
of writers, remember, must always aceompa
ny a letter to insure its publication. No re
sponsibility is assumed for any other views
than our own.
All single or transient business notices in
the local department are inserted at the rate
of fifteen cents per line-liberal contracts
made for three. six or twelve months. tf.
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ministrator's or Executor's Notices for
publication, will save themselves trouble
by coming prepared to pay for the same
before insertion, as our terms are cash.
Lawyers handing in such notices will be
held responsible for the payment.
They will also be held responsible for the
publication of all notices in Bankrupt cases.
Transient advertisements of any kind must
be paid for hi advance, if the parties adver
tising do not reside in town.
Job work and subscriptions strictly cash.
All papers shall be stopped hereafter as
soon as the term of subscription expires, un
less satisfactory arrangements are made to
continue the same.
The >4 mark denotes expiration-after that
the paper is discontinued.
Bear these things in mind. 3-tf,
hNDEX To NEW ADvERTISEMENTS.
Mark M. Boyd and others-Application for
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
WALHALA.-The exercises of New
berry College, which comes off this
wek, will be quite interesting. Quite
a number of persons from the town and
County will be in attendance.
CHANGE OF SCHMULE.-On and af
ter 1st day of July, the Laurens mail
will leave Newberry on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8 a. m.,
instead of 10, and arrve here on pre
vious days at 6 p. m.
A writer wfio knows, says "if you
love others they will love you. If you
speak kindly to them they will speak
kindly to you. Love is repaid with
love, and hatred with hatred. Would
you hear a sweet and pleasing echo,
speak sweetly and pleasantly yourself."
SEmoUS Loss.-We are sor:y to learn
that the valuable bay mare belonging
to Mr. E. H. Christian, had her leg
broken while in pasture on Saturday
last, and there being no chance for her
recovery, it became necessary to shoot
her. She was one of the best buggy
animals in the town.
BEAR rT n mN that transient adver
-tisements must be paid for in advance.
-Subscriptions the same. Job work,
cash on delivery.
No accounts are kept in the Book
Store either, and parties wanting books
or- stationery must come prepared to
.pay for them. 20-tf,
DIED rE CHARLEsTO.-The friends
of Mr. and Mrs. McD. Metts will be
'pained to learn that their youngest chEd
died in Charleston on last Monday
week. The body was brought to New
bei-ry and laid to rest in the family
burying ground in Rosemont Cemetery
on 'Wednesday afternoon. Death was
caused by measles. This makes the
sixth child they have lost.
PERSONAL.-County Treasurer, Capt.
J. C. Smith, returned to his post on
Monday, after a brief visit to Ohio.
Capt. W. H. Webb also returned on
We acknowledge a pop call from our
good friend and bro. Rev. J. L. Shu
ford. It was a brief visit, yet there was
time enough to see that he was looking
A Goon RECIPE.-A subscriber of
experience says that if you are troubled
with fleas, a most effectual way to get
rid of them is to procure a young purp
of the dog species, and let him lay
around loose. The fleas will at once
leave the older'dogs and cats as well as
yourself whose skins are tough, and
fasten upon the tender hide of the purp.
The next thing to do is to apply the
popular flea powder and then the in
sects are put hors de combazt. Repeat
*Do You SEE?-A patron of a certain
newspaper once said to the publisher:
"Mr. Printer, how is it you have never
called on me for pay for your paper?"
"Oh," said the man of types, "we never
ask a gentleman for money." "Indeed!",
replied the patron, "how do you manage
to get along if they don't pay you?"
"Why," said the editor, "after a certain
time we conclude that he is not a gen
tleman, and we ask him."' "Oh-yes-1
I see. Mr. Editor, please give me a
receipt," and hands a V. "Make my
name all right on your books."
SAD ACCIDENT.-We sincerely regret
to learn that Mr. Geo. P. Meredith met
with a serious accident on Monday.
He was riding on a crank car above
Helena, when the wheel caught in the
fluttering shirt of the negro turning the
crank, which threw h i m violently
against Mr. M., who was dashed out
on the track. The crank passing over
him inflicted several painful wounds,
one across the ear, another across the
forehead, with some ugly contusions in
other parts of the body. We are glad
to know that the wounds are not con
sidered dangerous. Dr. G. W. Garma
ny attended him.
"It is almost too late in the season to
talk about fireside. fun, but this may be
tried at any time. It is very silly, to
br sure, but quite funny and harmless.
Two niavers are closely blinded with a
MONEY ORDER NOTICE.-Postiaster
Boone furnishes us with the following
notice of change of Fees for Domestic
Money Orders. By Act of Congress,
approved March 3, 1875, the fees for
Money Orders have been changed, so
i that on and after the first day of July,
the fees or commissions will be as fol
On orders not exceeding $15 10 ets.
Over S15and" " $30 15 "
$30 "-" " $40 20 "
$940"" " $50 25"
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines and
Hymn Books, just received at the HER
ALD Book Store. 23-tf.
SHE'S A POOR 'OMA.-A small fune- i
ral cortege taking to its last resting ;
place the body of a colored woman on i
Thursday last, attracted the attention of I
a couple of colored lads. One of them i
remarked on the smallness of the pro- I
cession-when the other replied, oh, 3
she was a poor 'oman. How often is s
this the case? White and black make
the distinction. If a prominent or
wealthy person dies there is no lack of t
followers, but if a poor man or woman a
dies there are scarcely enough in at- E
tendance to fill up the grave. Sad f
LADY WASHINGTON TEA-PARTY.
We are pleased to notice mention made
in the "Age," of the purpose on the part
of the ladies of the Episcopal congrega
tion of giving a Lady Washington Tea
Party-the time fixed being the 29th of
June. Some time since one of these high- t]
ly interesting parties was given in the
city of Columbia, with signal success, t]
and we are glad that an opportunity will
now be afforded the ladies and gentle
men of Newberry of personating ye
olden time. It is advised that the wits
of ye ladie faire as well as their nimble 0
fingers, be at once put into active play
as the time is limited. e
KEEP COOL. e
Don't forget that you can get Ice h
Cream at the Newberry Ice Cream Sa
loon, every day from 12 M. till 10 o'clock
at night. n
Families and Parties furnished by the b
quart or gallon on most reasonable h
terms. . a
Also, pure Soda Water generated g
from pure Carbonic Acid Gas.
Ice Cold Lemonade, Ginger Pop, &c. t4
If you want to cool off be sure and in- m
quire for Speck's Ide Cream Saloon. C
A Goon CHANCE.-hIr. Deverell, r
the agent for South Carolina for Ten b
Eyck & Co.'s celebrated copies of Pho- r
tos in India Ink, Oil Colors, Crayons, s1
&c., &c., makes an offer which for lib- t<
erality cannot be equalled by any other ec
agent in the United States. Any lady or ti
gent ordering a life size India Ink, Oil b
Color or Crayon, which will be sure to a
be satisfactory, and cost one-third less v
than could be procured from any other s
agent, will receive as a present the v
beautiful pair of Oil Chromos, frames r
complete, to be seen in Capt. Speck's
Jewelry Store, and also at the HERALD
Book Store. Mr. D. will canvass this
place shortly. This offer is good ford
OLD PAPERS.-Old papers for sale at
this office in packages of 50 or 100, at
40 and 75 cents. tf.
-Sonar.-Complaints have been madee
that we give too much space to Jalapa,
say too much about the HERAw Book
Store, and puff Harmon too often. The
complaint is accompanied by the threat1
that the objectors will stop the HERALD
if we do not change the tune. Exactly
what to do we know not, we might
hold up a little on Jalapa, and let Har-C
mn lie on the shelf a while, but to stop
blowing for the Book Store is not to be
thought of. If we do Iiot blow our own1
horn no one else will, that is certain.
Well blow while there is a breath. As'
to stopping the paper, that is impos
sible; it is wound up to run until it
completes its centennial. Jesting aside,
could it be stopped until the 1st of Octo-C
ber we could clear money. We are
losing now, and a stoppage of a few
months would be a blessing.1
PLAYS AND CHARADnES.-We did not'
have the pleasure of attending the"
charming entertainment afforded by '
the young ladies of the Female Semina
ry on Thursday, by reason of absence
from town, but we learn from those who ~
were more fortunate, that though it
was quite an impromptu affaiir, yet the
young ladies acquitted themselves in
handsome style and gave great satis
faction to the delighted audience. WeI
trust that the next time they treat their
friends with a display of their talents ~
and graces that a more extended notice
be given; we did not know that it had
entered their imaginations to appear in
public until the morning of the night. 2
Such a course is as unjust to themselves *1
and the purpose they have in view-th'e
benefit of the Academy-as it is to the
JALArA ITEMs.-The Mineral Spring
waters have much improved the health *
of our esteenmed townsman, Col. G. S.
Cannon, he being sufficiently strong to
remain in his harvest field for an entire
The engine now runs one mile above
our town. The tank is completed and
supplies water for the engine.
One of our townsmen has a mule fa
mous for jumping. He is well known
as "Sob," and carries a twenty foot pole
around his neck, can cross any fence,
and is said by its owner to be able -to.
run over any house, Dr. Clark's large
residence not exceptedl. "Sob" is fa
mous, and half his value will be paid
for a patent yoke to conquer him.
An aged citizen, who wishes employ
m ent,seak of running a cake and
A GOOD IDEA.-One of the best wo
to raise a church fund is that late
adopted and put into practice by t
Rev. H. W. Kuhns. His church nee
-ome painting, and like other religio
societies its exchequer is low. Kno
ng that without money nothing can
one, and that the best way is t
,asiest, Mr. K. hit on the novel idea
;tarting the girls out on a tour aroui
he town, armed with a little subscri
ion book, asking for subscriptions
1, to be paid in weekly instalments
en cents each, the subscriber havii
he option of paying the whole amou
Lt one time or of continuing the luxu:
if a ten week's charity. All of t]
oung men have elected to pay by i:
talments for the pleasure of havix
veekly visits. A few old fogies hal
)aid the whole amount, to be done wi
t at.once. We are told that the prih
ege is accorded of giving more. T
,oung ladies, we are glad to state, a
Catalogues of the Books published I
e Methodist Book House, at Nas]
ille, can be seen at the HERALD Boc
tore, and any selection made ther
rom will be ordered with promptnes
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
A CONTRAST.-On Monday last thei
assed over the Greenville Rail Roa<
y regular freight, two engines built b
fr. Richard Tozer, of Columbia. The
rere side by side-one of them bein
2e first that he ever built, and the oth(
ie last-representatives of the past an
e present. The contrast between th
svo is very striking,and it can be at one
,en how great the improvement mad
i steam power in the last seven year.
ie period lapsing between the buildin
f the two. We are pleased to see thE
r friend Tozer is so full of energy an
aterprise, and wish that orders for hi
xcellent engines may multiply on hi
ands until he cannot rest.
A Co-soLATioN.-In these swe(
iping times of peace and extreme dul]
ess there is a restlessness manifeste
y active men which is painful to bE
old; they don't know what to get a
ad- unfortunately sometimes a ma:
ets into mischief. There is a geners
isposition too to take care of No. I
ot one man in a hundred puts himsel
any trouble to help his fellow ma:
ade through the sea of difficultie
nly occasionally do we see exception:
rd it affords us pleasure now to poi
t one of the rare cases. Messrs. Pe:
y & Slawson, cigar dealers of Colung
La, deserve particular mention in thi
spect. They are doing much to re
re a happy equilibrium in presentin;
>the public special brands of goo
igars and fine tobacco. The consob
on contained in a box of their best
eyond language to express. If ther
re any clouds obscuring your ments
ision send an order to Perry & Slav
mn, and they will be dissipated an
anish in rings as they circle and g3j
ite over your head. 23-t
ExcuRsION TO JALAPA.-Throug
ie courtesy of Col. Peake, Superinter
ent of the Laurens R. R., the citizer
f our town were enabled to ride 1
alapa on Saturday afternoon last.
Lbout two hundred ladies, gentleme
nd children availed themselves of ti
rivilege, and the expression was ger
ral that the trip was a delightful one
'he road being new and smooth it di
ot take long tio convey the live]
reight to the city, which soon after ti
mding wa overrun by sight seer
fter a half hour spent in this way, ti
histle sounded as the signal for
rther ride, to the head of the roa
pposite Col. Cannon's residence. He:
Le band (the Cornets) discoursed el<
uently, and by this time the freedme
Lrough all that country round had rai
led to the front in their Sunday clothe
aaking the scene a lively one. A sho>
ime was spent when the return w;
ade, and a livtelier, better pleased s<
f people were never landed before
ur depot. It is hoped that Col. Peali
rill give us other opportunities f<
iding over his road and enjoying ti
ivigorating breezes of the open countr:
Ve take this occasion to thank tU
aiembers of the band for the inus:
rhich contributed much to the pleasum
f the occasion.
NEW CHAPEL Pic Nic.-It is regre
ed that limited space forbids suc
rention as the pic nic given by Mia
Flattie Boyd and her camn singi
lass merits. Every one, however, wi
s acquainted with the New Chapel pei
>e know that when they make ane
rt to get up a frolic that success is su
o follow. Fail does not enter into the
'ocabulary. The place chosen by ti
iends of this accomplished lady wajs
elightful one on Bush river's ban]
ear the old Herbert mill, and it w:
leasant ts' see that the neighborhoc
vas largely represented, with a preti
'air sprinkling from abroad, and th:
he party assembled early and splendi<
y equipped with trunks, hampers, ba
lets, boxes and bundles, each of whi<
vere full. After making glad over ti
'eunion under such pleasant circul
tances, hand shaking between ladi,
nd gentlemen, and much wast&d sweE
iess on the part of the girls, who seei
d to be affected by a kissing mani
he happy crowd formed a circle arourn
heir teacher and there was some d
ightful singing. Dinner was announ
d.at one o'clock, and when we 1oc
>ack it seems strange that we survirt
t. Some of the good ladies there seet
~d possessed with the idea that the edit,
wvas hungry and that his capacity w;
normous. Nothing but an intima
icquaintance with his own powe
saved him. It is fortunate that he w;
ible to resist their soft persuasion
I'he dinner was unsqrpassable--nev
~id we see a more sumptuous one
ysI REFRESHING.-We have a charming
ly view of Mollohon Row and across to i
he portion of Broadway from our fron1
ds window, and in the morning ere the sur
us breaks over the high and commanding
6v- walls of Col. Pool's Hotel and into the
be public square, the scene is refreshing,and
lie suggestive of rest. From the cozy side
of entrance of the Hotel, in front of Foot's,
id Fant's Salinas', Boozer & People's, Tar
p- rant's, and stretching across to Chick's,
of - A. D. Lovelace's, Lovelace & Wheeler's,
of Blease's, and Cash's, for at this point the
ig view is shut out, are to be seen groups
nt in graceful abandon engaged in pleas
ry ant chat. It is too distant to hear what
ie they talk about, but it must be amusing,
a- and one thing is certain their minds are
lg at rest. The allegorical fiddle and bow
7e is hung up, the shovel and hoe laid
th away, showing plainly that there is no
I work for the Uncle Neds. Itis fearfully
le dull, but these gentlemen bear it like
re philosophers. The same scene no doubt
is presented beyond our view, Bowers
& Co., Rodelsperger & H., Uncle Julius,
)y Mann, B. J. Ramage, Brown, Wilson
. & Co., and others towards the depot,
k and on the other side of the Hotel,
- Speck, Redus, Pratt, Phifer, Thompson
s & Jones, Marshall, Wicker, Mower,
Chapman & C., Buist, McFall & P.,
Lane & Co., Lipscomb & H., are all in
the same pleasure boat. We cannot see
underneath,but from the cheerful sounds
coming up stairs we know that Harmon,
Goree and others are having a good
y time, and that to our left Mayes & Mar
tin, and McCaughrin & Co., are having
the nicest kind of a time also. How we
d envy them; merchants and professional
e men, when times are dull, can indulge
e in cool seats and cheerful talk, but
e printers and editors are more pressed
then than at other times. True they
o have no more work to do, but the
material of which the paper is made is
d scantier. For them there is no rest. If
we had the time to indulge in one of
s J. T. P.'s or Uncle J.'s laughs how
happy we would be. Still we have the
kindliest feelings towards these gentle
men, and extend the hope that they
may enjoy the season from now till
September to its full.
ATTENTION LADIES.-Shopping is
par excellence one of the necessities,
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
than the ladiles. They delight to go
where they are sure to obtain the great
Lest satisfaction. The china, crockery,
tglass andgeneral house-fur-nishing store
of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, Colum
Lbia, under the Columbia Hotel, is the
place where everything of every kind
can be had. Go and see or send or
ABOUT TH TOWN AN~D CouNTY.
e The weather has been intensely warm.
1i Wednesday, 9th, and Saturday, 12th,
-warmest days of the season-the ther
d mometer at Dr. Fant's indicating 94
r- deg. each day.
f. The moon shines gloriously now, and
courting is in full feather.
h Have you tried Salinas' smoked
L- tongues yet, or his hams, strips and
L other things? .'
0 Very handsome--that suit of motley
-blue and gray, which came from A. T.
n Stewart's, New York.
e J. D. Cash has added a first class
Stailoring feature to his extenisive busi
dDr. Fant's fly traps are all the ~rage.
yDuring the last week millions upon
emillions of flies have been captured.
eYoung men in want of fine paper for
a Billy Do purposes are respectfully in
.d vited to the HERALDw Book Store.
-e Job work neatly and expeditiously
>. executed. Now is the time for cheap
1- Special notices in local colunaa fifteen
s, cents per line. Cheap as dirt. Every
t thing of a special character charged for.
is There was a furious wind, with dark
et ened skies, on Wednesday afternoon,
it but not much rain.
:e And another still more furious on
> Thursday night; with a little more rain.
eOn Sunday the best rain of the season
'fell. Slow and copious, the ground was
ec thoroughly saturated. It was the firs.t
e'season 'in seven weeks.
It is a pleasure to see that lumber
has been deposited in front of the Court
t-House for the repairing of the portico.
h Next to the Crews excitement is that
ss of the cotton buyers over the single bales
gof cotton which occasionally come in.
o0 He has broken out in a new place
>and bloweth a four-keyed ebony flute.
f- Home, sweet home, is the air practiced.
:-e Don't throw away your cucumber
ir pumps if they do not work satisfactorily,
ie but call at the HERALD office and learn
a how to make them do well.
Es The Baltimore Corner begins to look
s like its former self. The old partition
>has been replaced. The stock there-is
Slarge, varied and fine.
atOne of the signs of the times is a
Spromise of plenty. Chapman & Craw
ford will tell you all about it, reader.
eInquire of them..
.Maj. J. P. Kinard's summer fish
a would be in everybody's mouth if they
t- could be seen. Ride out to the four
a, jA prominent cotton buyer, a bachelor
Id and celebrated as an eatist, reports that
e- e has twenty-five spring chickens,
c- No cards will be issued.
)k The biggest man in the Cornet Band
d has no objection to its being known
i- that he has been luxuriating on chicken.
or He was sick last week-too much
te* The merchants all agreeing to close
rs their stores at half past six, their er
as ployees are having a better time than
s.S before the change.
inTwo colored youths were discoursing
earth. They live in hope that the men
who promise to make it all right will
some day keep their word.
The furious clatter on Tuesday was
caused by the horse and buggy of Capt.
Joe Hunter. The race was tolerably
swift and short, and the noise consider
able. Nobody hurt.
Ginger Pop-a delightful summer
beverage-to be had at Speck's confec
tionery. A thirsty man cannot possibly
go astray there, with ice cream, soda
water, lemonade and ginger pop.
The farmer who hung an old coat in
his field to frighten the birds away, and
afterwards found a young brood in one
of the pockets, has lost faith in scare
New styles of paper at the HERALD
Book Store-double repp, imitation
repp, Duchesse Initial in handsome
chromo boxes, Arlington, Court and
other kinds. Every variety of envelopes.
One of the greatest curiosities in
town is a young Leghorn chicken, whose
body can be got into a gill cup if the
comb is on the top side. Its comb is
now five-eights of an inch deep. Curious
folks can see it by calling at this office.
The Laurens mail rider for a day or
two past has been triumphantly blow
ing a new tune. Sorry to say though
that there is less music in it than in the
old ones. We suggest that a subscrip
tion be taken to give the driver music
There is no pleasure without pain.
An individual had a splendid time at
the pic nic on Friday, near New Chapel
Church, and is now festively engaged
in destroying red bugs with Kerosine
oil. The cheegar comes whence no
man knoweth, and though exceedingly
diminutive can make itself felt.
What do our Council say to having a
town clock? We have had three brass
bands,aYoung America minstrel troupe,
will have a hook and ladder company,
so why not have a town clock?
Next in order we should have a park,
delightfully shaded, with a fountain in
the middle. It would be a great help
to love's young dream.
There are several other wants which
will be brought to public attention in
Dr. E. C. Jones, while gallantly es
corting a young lady home a few nights
since, was bitten by the family dog.
It was ungrateful on thepart of the dog.
The Doctor did not mind the laceration
of his leg, but the rent made in his
pants touches him deeply.
Wally Bruce, the young and efficient
telegraph messenger, was also bitten
by a dog last week.
It is a strange coincidence .that we
have to report another dog bite-this
last, however, occurred about ten years
ago, the principal of the young ladies'
Seminary the man. He is better now.
Young ducks can be successfully
raised if they are given cheerful exer
cise in which an incentive is held out
We find that a piece of stringy beef
chopped so that the parts can be pulled
asunder is healthy and pleasant. We
have tried it. First, one gets the main
piece, then another, and each in turn
has a taste. Oar ducks are impr&ving
under the system.
"MY KINGDOM FOR A BIscUIT."
Some folks are fond of beef bone,
Some folks are fond of brisket,
Some folks like corn meal pone,
And some are for.d of biscuit.
Some folks are fond of fun,.
Would rather die than miss it,
If they can't stuff you with a bun
They'll choke you with a biscuit.
Said Richard King the three
When he was push'd, "Old Bose,
I'll give you, if you'help me,
My kingdom for a 'hoss.' "
When kings pledge their kingdoms,
And have no fear to risk it,
Some cits when "sparking hungry"
May pawn "their kingdom for.a biscuit."
What the girls say: "A thing of beauty
is a boy forever."
They met, that is, she went to the store,
And made him turn his department o'er.
Till he vanished behind the goods, and
She pleasantly said she would call
"Mr. D--, if you will get my coat
done by Saturday, I shall be forever
indebted to you." "If that's your game,
it won't be done," said the tailor.
What three words did Adam use
when he introduced himself to Eve, and
which read the same backward and for
ward? "Madam, I'm Adam."
A line in one of Moore's songs
reads thus :-"Our couch shall be roses
bespangled with dew." To which a
sensible girl replied, "'Twould give
me the rheumatiz, and so it would you."
"Augustus, dear," said she tenderly
pushing him from her as the moonlight
flooded in at the bay window where
they were standing, "I think you had
better try some other hair-dye; your
moustache tastes like turpentine."
A strong minded woman will always
be speaker of the house.
A young lady while out walking
heard, for the first time, her mother's
intention to marry again, and she was
obliged to sit right down and cry about
it. She coult not go a step-father.
THE ILLUSTRATED HOUsEHOLD MAGA
ZINE is just received for Jutne. It is a good
magazine, worthy of support. Address
Household Publi'ting Company, 41 Park
Ro,New York. price $1.
It is Not Generally Known
That the shortest possible route between
the South and Great West is through St.
Louis, over the St. Louis, Kansas City and
Northern Short Line. This road has gained
surprising importance by reason of immense
expenditures in the last two years, of over
two million dollars, besides earnings, in im
provements of road-way, in relaying their
line with best quality of new steel and iron
rails, on broad new ties, and substituting
for ordinary cars, new reclining chair coach
es, elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dress
ag rooms with toilet conveniences for la
dies, gentlemen and families traveling with
children, without any extra charge. This
line runs six fast Express trains between the
Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, two more
than any other road, and connects with all
th~ ffrpnt Land Grant Roads in the West.
WRIGHT & COPPOC
Respectfully inform their customers ani
the public generally, that they have ir
A Full and Elegant Stock
SPRING AND SUMMER
Clothing, Hats, Caps,
And a complete assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
All of which will be sold at prices to suit
An inspection of our stock is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
Stoves, Tin Ware, c.
STOVES, TIN WIR & .
L. 1. 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 is
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 for
L. H. REDUJS, Agent.
Dec. 16, 50-tf.
The undersigned having located in the
town of Newberry, desires to practice as
Physician and Surgeon, and respectfully
solicits patronage. His office is over the
store of H. E. Blease, next door to J. D.
Cash's Store, where he may be found at
ALL HOURS unless absent professionally.
May 5, 18-3m.
THOMAS P. SLIDER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offce above McFall & Pool's and next
door to M. A. Carlisle's Offce.
Allbusiness will be promptly attended to.
M'FALL & ICOFIELD;
PHYSIGIANS AND SURE0NS,
Respectfully solicit the patronage:of the
citizens of Prosperity and vicinity.
W. T. McFALL, M. D.
JAS. A. COFIELD, M. D.
Feb. 17, 7l-6m.
The undersigned, being provided with
the most improved instruments, is prepared
to do all kinds of SURVEYING with accu
racy and dispatch.
All orders left at Suber & Caldwell's Law
Office, or Mrs. C. Mower's Store will receive
F. WERBER, JR.,
Oct. '7, 40-1y. Deputy Surveyor
WILL. H. THOMAS,
Attorney and Connsellor at Law,
NEWBERRY, - - -- SOUTH CAROLINA.
attene eto wit 1delty ad despatc ce
Correspondence from abroad solicited.
Feb. 17, 1875-7-ly.
Silver Gloss Starch,
FOR THE LAUNDRY.
T. KINGSFORD & SON.
THE BEST STARCH IN THE WORLD.
GIVES A BEAUTIFUL FLNISH TO THE
tnd comm on starch is scarcely hal a cent
fo n ordinary washing. Ask your Grocer
OS1VEO CORN STARRl,
Por Puddings, Blanas Mange, Ice Cream, &c.
presers itsreputation as PRuR sTRnGd
Eand clMOR DEIAE thnayother
atie ofm nae orkit offer eites.
te sme me torit oter ites.1
S dVNO Mee ADn M, Ph.i D. yc th hit
th est eial owryof uop,ct.ul
aal ths Cormpny ach and say int is a
most excellent article of diet, and in chemi.
cal and feeding properties is fully equal to
the best arrow root.
Directions for making Puddings, Cus.
tards, ac., accompany each one pound pack
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 o
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.
NEWBERRY, June 22.-Cotton market in
active and closing at 131.
Bales shipped during week-34.
NEW YoRK, June 21.-Cotton quiet; sales
849, at 15ia15,. Gold strong-17,a17j.
BALTIMORE, June 21.-Cotton dull-mid
CHARLESTON, June 21.-Cotton quiet
AUGUSTA. June 21.-Cotton dull and nom
LIvERPOOL, June 21.-Cotton firmer-mid
dling uplands 7 7-16; middling Orleans 71.
Newberry Prices Currente
By MAYES & MARTIN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel ......... a 2 00
Dry, per bushel ...........150 al 75
BAGGING-Gunny-per yard.......... - a 14
ROPE-Manilla, per lb-............. 20 a 25
);ACON-Hams. per b...........16 a 18
Shoulders. per lb..........1) a 1ni
Sides, per lb....... . 14 a 15
BLUE STONE, per lb. ........... a 15
BEEF-per ]b....................... 8 a 12f
BUTTER-Country, per1b........... 25 a 3&)
CHEESE-E.'D..................... 18 a 20
CHICKENS-per head............... 15 a 80
CALICO-per yard..................... 10 a 12I
COPPERAS-perlb.................. 8 a 10
CORN, per bushel ....................125 al 85
CORN MEAL, bolted, per bushel.... al 35
CANDLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............... 25 a 28
Laggyra, per lb.......... a 32
Java, per b.............. - a 40
COTTON YARN, per bunch.......... al 55
DOMESTICS-4-4 per yard........... 12 a 14
7-8 ....lo a 12
8-4 " a8
EGGS, per dozen.............. - a 20
FLOUR, er bbl.................7 00 a9 00
GrUNPOWDER, per lb............... - a 40
IRON TIES, per lb................... - a 7
1RON-American refined, per pound 6 a 7
Swedes....................... a 10
Band......................... a 8
Hoop......................... a 12
Plow Steel.................... a.12
Potware...................... 10 a 12
LARD, per lb........................ 18 a 20
LUMBE f-Wide Boards, per 31 ft... 1200 a2000
Scantling. per M ft......Iw0 a2000
Flooring.per M ft.......15CO s2020
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gal.......... 50 a 60
West ndia, per gal.... 60 a 75
New Orleans, per gal... 90 al 00
MACKEREL-per half barrel....... 6 00 a8 00
per Kit...............2 00 a8 00
MADDER-per lb.............. -a 40
NAILS, per keg.................5 00 a6 00
OATS.jer bushel.......... a 75
ONIONS, per bushel............ - a8 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gal.............. - a 40
Linseed, raw....,............. al 40
Tanner's Straits..1.............100 al 25
PEAS, per bushel.. ...........1 00 81 25
POTATOS-Irish, per bushel......... - a2 00
Sweet, per bushel........ - a 75
rAINrS-White Lead, per lb........ 12 a 14
Cbemical, per gal........ - a2 b0
RICE, per lb.............. a 10
SALT, per sack.............................. -1 90
SHINGLES, er 1000. .5 00 a 00
SUG verized, per*lb.........a 13
Crushed per ... 18j
A, r 1 ............. .............. a 18
C, tra, per 1b............... a 121
Brown, per lb.................... a 121
SPECIE-Gold....................... a 12j
Silver.......... a 00
SPIRITS-Corn I , per gal....2 00 a 00
French Brandy........... 1400
Rye Whiskey..........8 50 a6 00
Holland Gin............- 8 00
Of Turpentine........... al 00
EA-Hyson, pr lb........... ......1 50 a2 50
Imperia, per lb.............1 75 a265)
Black, per lb.................1 00.1l75
ALLOW, per.................. 8 a 10
INEGAR-ider pe............... a 50
VARNISHES-Coc bd, per gal.4 00 a4 50
Copal, per gal....... a00
WHEAT, per bushel ......... a -
A FULL CORPS OF ABLE PROFESSORS,
Complete ontfit of Arms, Aparatus, Etc.,
for thorough mental and phscal training.
Location noted for healthfuness, and pos
sessin gRailroad and Telegraphic facilities.
For Ilustrated Catalogue apply to Princi
pal. June 2, 22--1m.
BOARD BEDUM D TO $3,QfJ PE DAY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Proprietor of this well known FIRST
CLASS HOTEL would respectfully inform
his many friends and the traveling public
generally, that he has this day RE DUCED
HIS RATES OF' BOARD from $4 per day
o SS PER DAY, and at the same time
pledges himself to spare no pains in the
management of the house to sustain its re
putation as a first class Hotel in every re
rpect. WM. GORMAN,
July 30, 30-tf'. Proprietor.
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, Tenns, 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 HEmAL Book Store.
Jan. 18, 2-tf.
* -Imroved CUCUMI
A - h e acknowledged
I" / STANDARD of the
& market, by popular
verdict, the b est pump r0 the
least money. Attention is invited
to Blatchley's Improved Bracket,
the Drop Check valve, which can
be withdrawn without disturbing
the joints, and the copper cham
ber which never cracks. scales or
rusts, and will last a life'time. For
sale by Dealers and the trade generally. In
order to be sure that you get Blatchley's
Pump, be careful and see that it has my
trade-mark as above. It yu do not know
where to buy, descr' tive circulars, together
with the name a address of the aent
nearest you, will be promptly furnishel by
addressing with stamp.
CHAS. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
506 Commerce St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb. 17, 7-9mi. '
HERALD BOOK STORE!
TISSUE PAPER-assorted colors.
GOLD AND SILVER PAPER. -
GREEN GLAZED PAPER for making
PERFORATED PAPER-fine and coarse.
MOTHER GOOSE PICTURE BLOCKS.
SUNSHINE SERIES-Linen Books.
ANOTHER LOT PAPER DOLLS.
Together-wih a varietyor other articles.
Watches, Clorks, Jewel
SILVER AND PLATED WAF
&c., &c., &c.
Having just remodelled and newly fitt
up my store, I would ask the public to gi
me a call, as my
Stock is Now the Large
evea offered in this part of the State, a
PRICES AS LOW
as can be found in the South. .
My goods are bought direct fro.m t
Manufacturers, and, consequently, can
sold as cheap as any other House in t
All American Gold and Silver Watel
sold at Manufacturers' Catalogue prices.
I keep a large stock of
Spectacles and Eye
set in Gold, Stee; Rubber and Shell Frami
to suit all ages, from the best Manufacl
rers in the United States.
A large stock of
Birth-day and Bridal Preeni
Engagement Rings, &c.
In my Establishment Gold Is so
for Gold, and Brass is sold for Bra
All goods sold warrauted as represent
and my cu.stomners may rely upon getti
what they bargain for.
ALL ZEDS OF WATCH, CLOCK Al
JEWELEY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORE
Orders by Mail or Express, for work
goods, will receive prompt attention.
Goods sent C. 0. D. to all parts of1
country, with the privilege of examini
before paying for them.
Hair Jewelry of all Descri]
ions Made to Order.
JOHN Fs SPECE
NEW.BERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
.Books and St ationmery
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOI
Letter, Note, Invitation, Cap, Legal C
Wedding, Initial, Sermon, and other kir
ofveoper.s of all kinds to match.
Steel and Rubber Erasers.
Rubber Bands and Rings.
Pencils and Sharpner s.
Inkstands of varous patterns-some v4
Ledgers, Day Books, Receipt Books, I
ter Books, and a large variety of Memor:
P1erpetual Diaries, besides other kinds.
Slates, Slate Pencils, Crayons, Indeli
Paper Weigts, Files Tap Meaures.
Mucilage, Camel Hair BrushesaD. i
McGilP's Paper Fasteners, Paints.
Pens, Indelible Ink, Wax Matches.
Stereoscopes, Conversation Cards a
School Books, Copy Books,Drawing Boc
Blotting Paper, small and large, wb
Bristol Boards, Tissue Paper, all color
PprDolls n i Paper Furniture, for
ndmany other thung.veHA O
HERAL BOOK HTOR
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
The following new books just received
the HERALD BOOK STORE:
Above Rubies; Alleine's Alarm;
Bereaved Parents; Besieged City;
Better Land; Carvosso
Bible Christian; Bible i'xpositor;
Chitian Father's Present;AdmCal
Clouded Intellec; Country Tales;
Cross of Christ; The Cumberers;
Dar an's Daughter; Devotedness;
Smith's Elements of Divinity;
Drift Wood; Ecce Ecclesia;
Family Government; Fanny the Flo'
Lieof Fletchere: Fetchere's Appeal;
Hea11ands of Fai HeartElossoms;
Her eof the Kigdom; Life of Mrs. H.
Mchindre' Woks Thoughtful Girls;
The Successful Merchant;
Scripture Help; Short Sermons;
Village Bllacksmith; Vinny Leal;
Life oWesey Wesley's sermon.s;
And ain tohber alrgssor.n
iyn ditonks, alosies andr bindings,
geHmer os with D siies.adbndns
HE EWDB0KRTR R
HERALD BOOK STOR
Feb. 2t, 8-tL
ry. Drugs X Fauicy artiles.
Dr. S. F. FANT,
WHOLEsALE AND RETA
AT ALL HOURs OF THE DAY AND Nmr
PRESCRIPTION CLER'S I00
gar Over the Drag Store. i
Jan. 27, 4--tf.
DR. H. BAER
WHOLESALE AND BETA1
NO. 131 MEETING STR|ET
may 3, 18-tf.
BOOK STRF *
NOTE HEADS A
BILL HEADS, A
Etc.;gc. E. - ,M
HE AV f ,- .
N E W&E R*tY,
PRAYER BOOKSJ -~
r ~PA.PEE of all kjnds, , . -
EN S ,
FOR SALE CEE.AP A&T'HB
= HER AZM B0
SCHOOL BOOKS, ad alEofhen
!BOOKS, or any article In the-STATINE a
LINE PROMPTLY FIT-TETD. -~
Editor HEnR.nD ad Proprietor o S.
ofBE C 5~
ND TEDn ESSAY onl the ?SdI1 -
a, TOBEH(EA or Seminal W ne InyO1~~.'"~
L' ry Seminal Losses, ImPOrnerC, N ntaru .
PhysicIa acty ImpOn)5
FrrTs, iniduced by sefandige 2ren.
ual extravagance, e. .-.
.s Price, in g sealed-envel ope ex -'
ty cents. :-.- a.~
The celebrated Author,.in thIsis 1W ".,
Essay, clearly-demnonstrtS, from 4Jb~
years' suiccesful practice, that the -
,et- consequences of sell-aousemaybe
an. cured without the dan uuseot
medicine or the api~Infh~~'
pointing out a moe frfr once aipe,
ble certain, and effectual, .by means of - .
everysafferer, noimatterw whtboCt
ma mycure himself cheapyIain
ce. ly, and radically.
.gr This Lecture should be. in Abe - -
of every youth and every mnm inthe
Sent under seal, in a plain en tl
,nd any address, postpaid, on 'receipt I
cents or two post stamps.
ks. Address the Publise,
it CHAS.h J.LC. K TJ CO ~ - _
3. Post Office B,
tiful, Durable and
H. erug and Or
-Nothing has come before the publician
our estimation so .practical:and ec6Nodi$alz
as the Abranm'Metali raire Goer 1t~IS-.
certainly just the thing that .the4peppie .
want, and we are now introducngthis;~
for sale single or club.rates. -
atAlso, Territorial1Rights- for saeoft
Spartanburg, Union, Ihaurens, EIdge .
Abbevilie, Anderson, OCnee, -Plekeaa-and
Call and see'specimen at- Johni .B. Man
tin's Buggy Emporimni.
:e; Any further information wadrr
ceive prompt attention by eal noad
*-W. H. MISEMAN, Agt.~
erMay 5, 18--t N Iewberry, S. U
N. -~ -e
Water Alterative and Tonic ; 1
dry, bracing and healthf4a
ion paid to guests. , -
REFERENCES IN Col.
Miller, A. Palmer, Col.J.
.Prof. L. Plate andS.3J
bur TI.LMA & -AKU
Jun 9, 23 -af. Y
E- TILt.MAN & DAMIN%