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IDzx~TO"AEw ADVERTISENE s.
Mayes & Martin-Lime! Lime!!
J. J. Carrington-Sherifrs Sale.
Uely & Bro.-Grange Plow Stocks.
Tha. F. Harmon-Shingles Wanted.
.Thos. M. Lake-Notice to Trespassers.
Ph L. Alexandre-Paint Your Roofs.
3. C. ey-Order Calling in Creditors,&c.
LA Hakins-The Celebrated Estey Or
6D card ofF. Werber, Jr., Deputy survey-.
TAE BIGGEST WATERMELON.-Who
has it? The first man who brings in the
bigge one of the season to this office
wl.be entitled to six months subscrip
tion II the HERALD, besides the supreme
felicity of having his name appear in
- A I Dress Goods and Ladies Made
Suits will be sold at and below New
York cost, at
27-2t McFALT & POOL'S.
MA YoUR RErTINs.-Property
holders are advised to make their re
turns to the Auditor without delay. The
books will be open until the 20th inst
only, after which time a penalty of 50
per cent. will be added. Attend to this
matter at once.
No more appropriate present can be
made to a wife or daughter than agood
Organ, and we advise any person de
siring to purchase to examine the Estey
-Organ at ix's CGallery, of which Mr.
L1. A. Hawkins is the agent. It is one
of the best made.
Milinery and all the entire stock.
Prices reduced to suit the times, at
27-2t McFALL & POOL'S.
C OL LE GIA TE EXERcISES.-We ac
knowledge card of invitation to the
Commenicement Exercises of the Caro
Iisa Colegiate Institute, situated at An
derson, S. 0., the President of which is
Mr. W. J. Ligon. The exercises comi
mence on the 14th.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.-Messrs.
-Mayes &Martin are the agents for a
large variety of Cotton Gins, and if the
farmer wants an improved machine, no
matter of whose make, we advise him
-to visit their store. Their general stock
also i large and varied, either for the
family or plantation.
Just reeived a fine lot of German,
ITalian and Roman Violin, Guitar and
Bainjo Strings. Also, Bows, Bow Hair,
irogs, Tale Pieces, Bridges, Screws,
Rosin, &c., &c., which will be sold
cheap for cash.
28-2t. JOHN F. SPECK.
REr. B. A. MrcKI.E.-We are pleased
to see by the Cuthbert (Ga.) 4ppeal,
that this gentleman has been conduct
ing a series of interesting meetings in
the Presbyterian Church of that place,
and that many have been added to the
Dor't FOEGET.-If you~ are going
sway for the Summer or even'or a
briefer period, step up to the HERA&T
office and have the paper sent to you
for that time. It will not cost much
and will afford great satisfaction while
you are away. We will send it for one
or two months or longer.
-PuI.AsKI LODGE.-At a regular meet
ing of Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I. 0.0O.
F., on Friday night last, the following
officers were installed: W. 0. Goree,
N. G.; Win. Johnson, V. G.; J. R.
Thompson, Sec.; J. C. Wilson, T.; F.
N. Parker, W.; J. A. Kinard, C.; J.
H. M. Kinard, R. S. N. G.; .W. I.
Harp, L. S. N. G.; N. BMazyck, R.
S. V.G.; T. Q. Boozer, L. S. V.G.;
W. H. Blatts, 0. G.
It makes no difference whether times
are dull or fiush, money plenty or other
wise, for china, crockery, glassware and
other household goods will get broken
or-wear out. There is no getting over
or around this, and the consequence is
.that new supplies are needed. It is
important then to know where to get
what you want, and at the cheapest
price. Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, of
Columbia, whose large establishment is
located under the Columbia Hotel, can
give you all the satisfaction required.
Visit them or send an order. 28-tf
GUARD AGAINS'T LIGHTNING.-We
are pleased to state that Maj. T. G.
Croft and Capt. H. C. Post, the active
and popular agents of the Ameriean
FEARFUL.-The editor of the Uni
Times is under the pressure of the tim,
out of money and provisions by reas
of delinquent subscribers; he is afr9
of being forced to prolong life by a i
course to dried apples as food; takii
a good bate forbreakfast, with water f
dinner to swell them, he thinks he w
be able to do without supper with t
assistance of a physician. If editc
don't have hard rows to hoe then o
experience is at fault. It was only t
other'day that another unfortunate sa
if he could hold body and soul togeth
until artichokes came in he would 1
all hunki. Just think of it, dried a
ples and artichokes to put men in
hunki condition. Oh ye delinqueni
don't you feel bad.
Now is the time to make a grar
rush for bargains. We mean what v
say. McFALL & POOL.
THE ORnANs' APPEAL, a neat ai
interesting little paper published
Columbia, for the benefit of the Palme
to Orphans' Home, we find again amor
our exchanges, and we take this occ
sion to commend it to the consideratic
f all. As stated it is published in tt
interest of the Home, and it therefor
aside from its literary merits, is worth
f a large support. The price of it
>nly 60 cents a year for single copie
r 50 cents when ten copies are take
n a club, therefore it is in the reach <
ill. It may not be amiss to state th.
.he Home is doing a good work so fa
is means will allow, and that there ar
iow eighteen orphans in the institutior
vho are kindly and properly taken car
)f. Dr. J. W. Parker is its presideni
rhe reader is requested to contribut<
o matter how small the sum, in aid
The following complimentary notic
f our old friend S. B. Calcutt, appeai
d in the Greenville News of the 7th:
THE PALYErO HousE, SrATA
URG.-No hotel in the State has attair
d to a greater degree of popular favo
ban this excellent hotel, under th
killed proprietorship of Mr. Calcuti
rhe rooms are neat, well ventilate
tnd perfumed by pleasant odors. Sheet
dways clean, and white as snow drift
Fare is superb-table lined with ever
uxury of the market, North and Soutl
he energetic and courteous landlor
,ves personal attention to every deparl
nent, to which is attributable the man
.omforts and attractions of the Palme1
This is no news to the friends an
>atrons of Mr. Calcutt, who have a
~eady become acquainted with the faci
n the premises, but to the strang4
raveller it will be agreeable inform:
ion, as it will point out the place wher
e will be sure of good treatment. Su<
ess to Calcutt and the Palmetto.
CAUFORNIA WHIEAT.-Mr. H. I
Stockman, living about four miles bi
ow Frog Level, on the McNary roa<
rings us a specimen of California whe:
wich beats anything ever seen. Ti
pecimens are over five feet high, 'wit
all, heavy heads. The height migi
eem an objection, but that it will n<
end or fall down as quickly as comme
wheat, and as a proof a number of hea<
re shown which which were left unci
s an experiment to see how long the
would stand. The result was satisfai
ory, the stalk standing erect in spite<
wind and rain. Mr. Stockman hi
been planting this wheat for 10 yea:
ad commenced with 23 grains, ar
after the third planting threshed out:1
bushels of clean wheat. One of ti
mo0st notable features is that it is ru
proof-sufficient test of which has bec
given in the period mentioned. TI
specimens can be seen at this office
Seed can be obtained at $2.50 per busl
l. In this connection we are please
o know that Mr. Stockman, long a
ivalid, is now able to attend to his vi
AN Ou> USAGE.-We notice that i
ractice of holding barbecues and pil
ics on the last day of the week is sti
enerally in vogue. Under the ancie
regime Saturday, the last day of ti
week, was the best day which could 1
selected. There was more leisure the
han at any other time in the week,
was a slack day, a kind of holida;
The times have changed, however, ax
nw that day is the busiest one of ti
week, and the less fitted for frolics whic
all people from their homes, and whi<
all for extra preparations in cookin
The housekeeper has her own work
o now in a large majority of case
which was not so in the past, and ti
mount of labor necessary to get reaw
for the day, and the exhaustion cons
uent on the frolic of whatsoever kir
it may be, renders her unfit for the r
ligious duties of the Sabbath, and ti
onsequence is, she has to remain:
home. Now we suggest that the mil
de of the week be hereafter selected:
the best time for pic-nics, barbecue
excusions, &c., and trust the idea m:
DEPARTURE OF GARRSON.-Maj,
Steward and his entire command 14
here under orders for Greenville<
Wednesday last, about half-past tv
o'clock. It was understood that t1
hour for leaving would be three o'cloc
and in consequence, a number of ge
temen who desired to take a final lea
of the officers were debarred the ples
tire. Several who went earlier, hos
eer, saw them off and wvished the
not only a pleasant trip to their ne
quarters, but a comfortable sojourn aft
arrival. It is but natural that after
long a residence (over four years)
this community, and an intercoum
which has been of the most agreea1
character, that there should be miuti
regrets. We would rather they had
mained, and the assurance was giv
by each of the gentlemen that they f
like leaving home, and we doubt
its sincerity in the least. We kn<
that we but expres the sentiments
on RENDER UNTO CsA.-A Liberty
es, Hall friend complains that we fail in
on duty to Mollohon, in not giving her t
id credit for what she does. We disclaim
-e- any desire to hide the light of Mollohon,
ig and now ask, if anything happens in
'or that section that information be given
ill us that due notice be made in the HER
bie ALD. It will afford us great pleasure.
rs One of the complaints is that Mr. G.
r B. Cromer, who distinguished himself at
ae the recent Commencement of Walhalla
id College, was from Mollohon and not
er from Pomaria. We are not suiprised c
De at the complaint, Mollohon may well
p- be proud of him.
a We are pleased to say that the people 1
:s, of that section are as clever as can be I
found anywhere, are prosperous, happy I
and live like Kings-and in proof, we
td hear that Mr. L. P. W. R., killed a d
re whole mutton on Saturday last and s
gave a magnificent treat, to which a t
number of gentlemen from the middle
Ld portion of the County sat down. We v
in neither saw the mutton, inhaled the
t- odor nor picked any of its rib bones, c
but will vouch that it was good. Now n
- stop grumbling, Liberty Hall.
in A THUNDERBOLT.-Various portions g
ie of the State have during the year been iE
a, visited by cyclones, hail storms, and v
Y floods of rain, and so much damage has
is been done that apprehensions have been n
3 generally felt whenever cloud arose, _
n in the fear of a visitation of a like dread
)f ful character. These fears have for b]
tt some time been subsiding, and a sudden
,r cloud or heavy peal of thunder does not
e strike so much terror to the heart now
,i as formerly. In the midst of fancied f
e security, however, the citizens of Colum
- bia have been startled by a THUNDER- B
BOLT! We are pleased to say that on
If investigation it proved to emanate from n,
Perry & Slawson's Segar Store, and as tc
nobody was hurt the rejoicing became
e general. These gentlemen, it appears,
manufacture and sell thunderbilts and n
warrant them as harmless as doves,
and that a match may even be applied
r to one end while the other can be placed 4
e in the mouth of the most timid man,
- without fear of consequences. Like
Vesuvius they smoke, but unlike her do
not explode. Send to Perry & Slaw- h:
son, the Columbia Segar and Tobacco
- Dealers, for a box of Thunderbolts. st
28-tf. _ _ _
y FROCEEDINGS OF COURT.-Notwith- h1
standing the extreme heat the Court
has been closely engaged and has at
d tended to considerable business. The
case of the State vs. Arthur A.- Glover, 19
Soccupied attention from 12 o'clock h
~Tuesday until 9 o'clock Friday. One al
Sentire day being taken up by arguments ii
e of Counsel. The Jury was charged
with the case Thursday evening, and E
after being out all night was unable to fi
~agree. We understand that a motion p:
.has been made to change venue in this n;
The cases against Scott Griffin, Char- y
e lie Whitner and Jas. Shelton, each mn- s<
j dicted for Grand Larceny, were nol h
> In the cases of Geo. W. Whitner,g
SJas. Jeter and Win. Hays, sci fa or re
j cognizance, the rule was made absolute.
at The State vs. Drayton Johnnicken- 1
assault with deadly weapon-guilty,
> sentence 3 months in County jail.
SThe State vs. Walter Bethel-Samee
3 offence, verdict and sentence.
's The State vs. Walter Boyd-Grand
d Larceny-Not guilty.F
5 The State vs. Daniel Sheppard
e Grand Larceny-Niot guilty.
st The State vs. Wesley Williams
Grand Larceny-no1 pros.C
e The State vs. Mansfield Robertson- t4
. The State vs. Jacob Boozer-obstruc- ti
d ting pulblic road-continued.
SThe Grand Jury was discharged on
. Wednesday the 7th. b
Civil business has been entered into yv
and some 25 or 30 cases on Calendar d
e No. 6, disposed of. . t
> Peremptory call of Calendar No. 1, b
1 this morning-Tuesday. ii
it Motion to release J. P. F. Camp, of
te Spartanbumrg, on bail, brought on writ 3
m of Habeas Corpus, was argued at nine (
n o'clock this morning-Tuesday-charge, C
it not rurning over - his books to his suc- 3
- cessor in office. Held to bale in the v
dsum of $1,000 to be approved by and jus
ec tified before Clerk of Court at Spartan- ~
h burg. ..
h Three applicants for admission; to
be examined in open Court next Thurs- C
- day, viz: J. C. Leahy, Jas. L~. Blease y
to and J. D. Boston.
s,[From the 1'rogressive Age.]t
ieNEWEERRY, July 7.
1 "Thos. F. Harmon had the honor of
e- shipping a lot of freight by the Laurens
Ld R. R. to J. B. Campbell, of Jalapa, ~
e- July 3d. The first fruits of the Road," c
ieMR. EDITOR: The above is an ex- j
ttract from the Newberry HERALD.
d- While we are willing to give all dune
s credit to those larger, we are not will- '
~,ing to extinguish those lesser lights, say I
ssuch as A. D. Lovelace, who had the
I honor of delivering here at this depot,
July 2nd, a lot of freight consigned to .
Ds. Clark & Folk, Jalapa, tvia Laurens t
or R. R, LAURENS. ~
ft We dislike to be contentious, but still r
>n cannot rest under the imputation im
ro plied in the above communication, that
be we would lend a hand to extinguish t
k, anybody's light-particularly that of so1
n- good a friend as Mr. A. D. Lovelace, or
re to take from the merit which attaches
is- to Messrs. Clark & Folk. The infornma
v'- tion as to the freight received by the
m latter gentlemen was given to us at
w Jalapa on Saturday the 3rd, by one or 1
;er of the firm the day the freight was re
so ceived, and no mention was made as to<
in who shipped it, and we inferred that it
se came from a foreign market. Had Mr.
>le A. D. Lovelace's name been mentioned<
al it w ould have been our pleasure to have
3e osae.W isli n neto
en- to stated any mansonim any thexenseo
ent ofgv anymanronor he agexenset
et faunsth,no the geteanrueedit
oiso a "Leshter gntleanalue
ofwIto ill be "esee igto." radn u
ofI willbeh which toosb reding beow.
1r.OUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The weather is such that there is r
he slightest room for complaint.
Every section of the County we 1
ieve has been visited with good s
ons, and the prospect for abunda
:rops is of the brightest.
Corn is looking perfectly splendid
here will be full cribs this year, ai
tock will improve. -
Ought we not to have a humane E
iety in this County for the protectii
f the brute creation?'
There are some enormous rice eate
a this town, and they will be glad
:now that Louisiana will raise 200,0
arrels this year, or twice as much
If advertising don't pay, why not tal
own your signs? Where 200 peop
me a street sign, 2,000 see your sign
Don't forget the Liberty Hall pic n
rhich comes off on the 17th.
There will be a neighborhood barb
je on the 17th, near Mr. J. D. Wed
Whiskey must be made of better ii
redients now than formerly, or the
less drank, for cases of drunk aW
ary rare at the present.
Don't forget that the County Audit<
tust have all returns made by the 201
-after that a penalty attaches.
It is too late now to bring in cottc
ooms-the next thing in order will 1
11s. We don't want any, however.
Mr. Jas. Meredith will accept thanl
r kind courtesies.
Bombastes was in town last weel
e is a very impressive fellow.
Harmon is receiving a large lot <
w goods, bought during his late vis
The HERALD Book Store man did n(
) to New York, but he has also som
Now is the time to whitewash yot
ithouses and fences, and Messr
ayes & Martin have a superior artic:
The delightful and refreshing rains <
st week revived trade considerabl:
be HERALIP even received several ne
ibscribers by reason of it.
A few of our flute and fiddle amateu3
%ve got over the gamut-the first stag
the music disease-and we pronoun<
em out of danger.
The Hook and Ladder Company
ewberry will soon have a Truc
:use. Messrs. Chapman & Crawfoi
e contractors. The lumber is son
A few hundred yards from the Cou
:ouse on the Steam Mill road, is a fea
Ily bad mud hole. The Grand Jmn
roperly make it a subject for conden
tion. It is a disgrace to the Count:
It is very pleasant to know that ti
mng ladies assigned to raise a sul
:ription for Luther Chapel, have bee
ighly successful. This is right.
iving spirit is a good one.
Since the war no such scene has beE
resented as was witnessed in the Con
ouse on Thursday last. Three or foi
ng benches were occupied by ladie
'hey were attracted by the fame of tU
loquence of the counsel for the Sta
3 well as defence in the Glover cas
[essrs. Bonham, Jaeger, and Flemin,
a the one side, and Messrs. Butle
axter and Gary, on the other, shou
It is a pity that the benches in ti
ourt House are made of such hard nm
~rial, and that ice water is not furnis1
1 the audience. It is kindly suggeste
jat the Grand Jury take these thin1
ito tender consideration.
He never saw the point of similari1
etween, or the danger of interferir
ith, a woman's opinion on washir
ay, and the business end of a was
11 the other day. It was made cle:
y a wasp, and he is now satisfied "th
either wvill do to trifle with.
A Church Council of Beth Eden, 6
fathews and Liberty Hall ChurchE
Lutheran,) was held at the latt
ihurch on Saturday last. The Re
ir. Shirey presided, and the meetir
ras well attended.
It is highly satisfactory to learn th
de habit of taking subscribers pape
om post offices in various parts of tl
~ounty, has been discontinued. Col
laints are very rare now. Postme
rs should never have permitted an
Lng off the kind.
The new Laurens mail rider has bei
wided a horn by J. B. Campbell al
ther citizens of Jalapa. It is a n
ne and of magnificent compass al
olume. One note will last the hear
>r a whole day.
Subscribers about Bush River Chur
ill pardon us for making so many
sions to Jalapa. If they would give
,"nowv string to our bow" we cot
fford to hang up on Jalapa, and s:
tp and down Bush river. Tell us wvI
ou are doing up there gentlemen, o
ety is the spice of life.
Catalogues of the Books published
he Methodist Book House, at Nas
ifle, can be seen at the HERALD Bo
~tore, and any selection made the:
rom will be ordered with promptne
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
BE~AR IT IN MIND that transient advi
isements must be paid for in advan<
subscriptions the same. Job woi
ash on delivery.
No accounts are kept in the Bo
store either, and parties wanting boc
>r stationery must come prepared
>ay for them. 20-tf,
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines a
Eiymn Books, just received at the Hi
ALD Book Store. 23
BOAR REDUOE TO $30 P R
OLD hAPERS.-Old papers for sale
tot this office in packages of 50 or 100,
40 and 75 cents. tf.
IT Is TRULY WONDERFUL, the varie
'- and ingenuity of the conveniences for t
nt desk and office-Pens of various pattert
Inkstands possessing numberless advantag<
Letter Files, each one the best, Envelopes
size and qualities infinite. It is almost t
wildering to enter the large Broad Stre
ad Store of Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Charleston, and see the number of the
attractions. Here you find the largest St
- tionery Stock south of Baltimore, and y(
only have two troubles-first, sufficient casl
)n and second, the difficulty in deciding amoi
the many things offered, each equally suit
ble to your wants. May 12, 19-1
to It is Not Generally Known
30 . That the shortest possible route betwe(
as the South and Great West is through S
Louis, over the St. Louis, Kansas City at
Northern Short Line. This road has gaine
surprising importance by reason of immen,
expenditures in the last two years, of ov4
le two million dollars, besides earnings, in in
in provements of road-way, in relaying the
line with best quality of new steel and iro
rails, on broad new ties, and substitutin
for ordinary cars, new reclining chair coact
es, elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dres!
ing rooms with toilet conveniences for g
dies, gentlemen and families traveling wit
- children, without any extra charge. Th
line runs six fast Express trains between tb
* Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, two moi
than any other road, and connects with a
the great Land Grant Roads in the Wes
l and has adopted all modern appliances fc
e comfort, speed and safeguards against ace
dents,including night and day watchmen,wh
V inspect the road before and after the passag
of each train to see that everything is in o
der. We recommend those contemplating
)r trip West to take the St. Louis, Kansas Cit
and Northern Short Line, it being the on]
b line running through cars between St. Lou
and Omaha, and for tickets over this exce
lent line we refer our readers to any tick(
n agent selling through tickets to the West. Fc
map, circulars and Time tables addreq
either J. F. McCarthy, Cincinnati, 0.; or I
B. Groat, St. Louis, Mo., either of whoi
will furnish any information desired. 4
NEWBERRy, S. C., July 13.-Cotton mark(
closed at 131-an upward tendency on 1a
quotations. Bales shipped 51.
)f NEw YoRx, July 12.-Cotton dull an
it easier; sales 651, at 151a16. Gold 151.
BALTIMORE, July 12.-Cotton firm-mi
A CHARLESTON, July 12.-Cotton quiet
e AUGUSTA, July 12.-Cotton demand good
offerings very light-middling 141.
LIvERPOOL, July 12.-Cotton quiet an
ir steady-middling uplands 71; Orleans 77-1
e Newberry Prices Currents
)f By MAYES & MARTIN.
. APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2
perbshel...........150 al 71
W BAGGING- Unny-ner yard.......... - a 14
ROPE,-Manilla, per. . 20 a 2r
BACON-Hams, per lb......... 16 a 1t
Shoulders. ner lb........... 10 a 1
S. Sides, per1b................ 14a 11
e BLUE STONE, per..............a 11
BEEF-per b1.............. ........... 8Sa 1
e BUTTE-Country, per lb........... 25 a &
CHEESE-E.- D..................... 18 a
CHICKENS-per head............... 15a 3
CALCO-er yard....... . 10 a 1B
.....f. C E I................ ai1
kCOPRN erb l..............1 25 al 82
kCORN'IEEAL, bolted, per bushel.... al 8t
.d CANDLES-Adamnantine, per sett... 18 a 2
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............ 25 a 21
1. Laguyra,pnerl1b......... a 8t
Java, perib.......... - a4
COTION YARN, per bunch......... al 51
DOMESTICS-4 per yard........ 12 a 14
;7-8 " ......10 a 1
8-4 " ...... aS8
- EGGS, per dozen..............- a 24
FLOR,pr bbl...............700 a9 0(
~GUNPOI'DER, per b............ - a4(
i- IRON LIES, per1 lb .........- a
1RON-American refined, per pound 6 a a
f Swedes................. a1(
ie Ho..................... a 1
Plo Steel................a 15
> Potware................ 10 a 15
L~TARDperlb.................. 18 a 2(
LUMB RE-Wide Boards, per M ft. ..1200 a2004
&Scantling, per M ft..1000 a2000
- Flooring, per M ft...1500 a200(
MOLASSES-Cuba, prgal........ 50 a 64
Westlajaper gal.... 60 a 7;
fl New Orleans, prgal... 93 al 0(
MACKEREL-per half barrel....600 a8 04
NAILS, per keg................500e60(
s. OATS, pr bushel................ a 7i
ONIO , per bushel.............- a3 (
L8 OIL-Kerosene, .....a......... - a 44
Linseed,b ................ m1 St
e Linseed, raw...............al 44
TanrmStraits...........1 00 al 21
, POTAT)-Irish, per bushel......- a2 (
Sweet, per bushel... - a 7J
r, PAINtS-White Lead, per lb... 12 a 14
[d IE eChemcal, per gal......- a2 5(
lIE e b........-......-- a 1(
SALT r sa.. ........................ - al 9(
SHING- ES er 1000.............5 00 a6 04
Le SUGARPleized, per lb.......... a 11
Crushed, per lb.............a 11
C, str.a, per lb............. a 15
a- Brown, per lb..............a S
SPECIE-Gold................. a 1
Silver................... a 04
rsSPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a3 04
French Brandy........- a140'
Rye Whiskey..........350 a6 0(
Holland Gin..........- a8 04
y Of Turpentine............l 04
TEA-Hyson, pe b..............150a2 51
Lg ImpniperlIb.............1 75a2 5
Blac, perl1b.................1 00 ml 7!
g TALLOW, pr lb..........:.8al1'
VINEGA per ga............. a El
P'VAodyRSC , per gal.4 00 5
CopCl, per gal... a0
WHEAT, per bu................ - a --
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.,
t. June 19th, 1875.
Notice is hereby given that thirty da:
s,after date, applicatioa will be made to ti:
r Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas at
v. General Sessions for Newberry County, f<
a Charter of Incorporation of the "Ebeni
gzer Camp Ground," M. B. Church, SQutl
of Newberry County, S, C., under the As
at of the Legislature of the State of Soui
Carolina, entitled "An Act to provide f<
rs the granting of certain Charters." Al
ae proved February 20, 1874.
.MARK M. BOYD, AND OTHERS.
June 23, 25-5t.
I To the Members of the Sont
id Ministers of the SQutb Carolina Methodi
Conference are respectfully informed th
W having made arrangements with the Pu
id lishing House at Nashville, Tenn., I am c
er abled to supply them with any of the Bool
or Publications of that House on the san
per centage that they have hitherto be4
ih getting them.
dAll orders accompanied by the Cas
either through P. 0. Money Order or 1
u Draft, will be promptly filled.
Id In sending orders, write name and Po
-1 Office legibly. TO.F RNKR
at Proprietor HERALD Book Store.
a. Jan. 13, 2-tf.
&-THOMAS J. LYLES invites his friends
.e Newberry and elsewhere, to visit him at tl
S- store of F. B. ORCH ARD & CO., in Colmi
bia. The stock of Dry Goods is fresh at
rgeneral, the prices conform to the dullne
ye. of the times, and our desire and effort shi
,be to please all who may purchase from
ok Orders solicited and prompt attention giv
ks to the same. June 9, 23-3m.
- HRRD BOOK STORE
WRIGHT &' COPPOCI
Respectfully inform their customers ai
;he public generally, that they have
A Full and Elegant Stoc
SPRING IND SUMMER
1ohing, Hats, Cap
And a complete assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
.11 of which will be sold at prices to su
An inspection of our stock is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
Stoves, Tin Ware, &c.
TOVES, TIN WARE, &(
b. H. REDUS, Agt.
(SUCCESSOR TO W. T. WRIGHT.)
Respectfully informs the citizens of Nev
erry, that he has bought out the entit
,ock of Mr. W. T. Wright, and baving
Ylade Large Addition
> the same is prepared to supply all d4
At Low Prices for Cash.
le keeps on hand every kind of
Itove, Cooking, Parlor en(
nd all other articles in the tin line, and
repared to execute~ all kinds of repairing.
Guttering and Roofing
ttended to promptly,
Stove and Grate Coal, at lowest ratei
mn always be supplied.
An examination of stock, and orders f<
L~. H. REDUS, Agent.
Dec. 16, 50-tf.
The undersigned having located in th~
>wn of Newberry, desires to practice
ysician and Surgeon, and respecf,full
licits patronage. His office is over t1
~ore of H. H. Blease, next door to J. I
ash's Store, where he may be found
LL HOURS unless absent professionally.
May 5, 18--3m.
LTTORNEY AT LAW
Office above McFall & Pool's and ne2
oor to Md. A. Carlisle's Office.
Albusns will be promptly attended t
M'TALL & IJOFIELD,
~HYIGIANS AND SURGE0Nf
Respectfully solicit the patronage.of ti
itizens of Prosperity and vicinity.
W. T. McFALL, M. D.
JAS. A. COFIELD, M. D.
Feb. 17, 7-6m.
The undersigned, being provided wit
be most improved instruments, is prepare
o do all kinds of SURVEYING with acci
acy and dispatch.
All orders left at Suber & Caldwell's La
)flce, or Mrs. C. Mower's Store will receil
Oct. 7, 40-1y. Deputy Surveyor
WILL. H. THOMAS,
ttorney and Counsellor at Laii
(EWBEBRY, - - -- SOUTH CAROLUi
t ened to wit deeity an despatch.0
Crrepondence from abroad slicited.
For the following popular COTTO
The Neblett & Goodrich.
The Georgia Gin.
The Winship Gin.
The Taylor Gin.
The Chapman Gin.
The Gullett Gin.
Also Agents for Winship
otton Press and Smith
July 7, 27-tf.
at Dry Goods, Groceries, Xc.
tSPRINI AND NMMR.
D NEW GOODS.LOW PRICES,
a C. F. JACKSON,
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
Takes pleasure in informing the public of
Newberry and surrounding Counties, that
n his stock of
d SPRING& S[MMER GOODS
r is unusually large and varied, and that he
i- still continues
a THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES
and that he will remain so while his efforts
are so largely appreciated by a discrimina
a ting public.
s Visitors to the city are respectfully invi
e ted to examir.e stock, and orders promptly A
e and satisfactorily attended to.
May 5, 18-tf.
RECEIVING IND IN STORE
A FULL LINE
, Spring and hmmer4oodsli
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
P. W. & R. 8. CHILft
Respectfully call attention to their elegant,
lread varied stock of goods. among
which can be found all kinds of first class
Dress Goods, Calicoes, Hosiery, Gloves,
-Laces, Collars, Ribbons, Homespuns.
Cassimeres, Cloths, Kerseys, Shirts, Draw
Domestic and Staple Goods in endless val
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
A fine assortment of
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A superior lot of
UMBRELLAS, for hand and buggy. t
FINE AND COMMON TRUNKS,
Among which are those convenient and ele
In short any and ever article In our va
rious lines a of whichhave been carefuly
sel d and which we warrant to be ArSt
class, ald which will be
SOLD L.OW FOR CASH. a
Weare alays glad to show our goods and P
P. W. & R. S. CHICL.
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
Plow Iron and Steel
A large lot of PLOW IRON and STEEL,
Aut arie.. HARMON'S.
IMar. 10, 10-tf.
General iMechandise, ~
Pratt Street, Under Pool's Hotel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would respectfully call the attention of
the public to his stock, which consists of
&c., &c., &c.
which will be kept constantly on hand.
sGive me a call, for you will find it
STo Your Interest to Do So,
SAs I am prepared to
SGive You Bargains.
r Mar. 3, 9-6m.-(
J. C. WIL0N & CO.,
Ii DEALERS IN
01 all kinds, such as
sSugars, Coffee, Rice,
Ba1con, Choice Hams,
Flour. Lard, Molasses,
yFRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
nSheetingjs and Yarns,
BASS/NO AN/D TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRO
ss DERY STORE, and all of which will
LI BE SOLD CHEAP
. Oct. 16, 41-1y.
~ FEMALE COLLEGE,
WILLIAMSTON, S. 0.
I will escort pupils up from the Mansion
i Eouse in Columbia, July 31, for the Fall
I Session, opening Aug. 2, 175.Peiet
S. LANDER, President.
July '1, 2'l-4L. ___
Watches, Clocks, Jeweliv
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
&c., &e., &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
Spectacles -and Eye
set in Gold, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames,
5 to suit all ages, from the best Manufactu
rers in the United States.
A large stock of 4
Birth-day and Bridal. Presents,
Engagement Rings, &c.
In my Establishment Gold is sold
for Gold, and Brass Is sold for Brass.
sAll goods sold warranted as represented,
and my customers may rely upon getting
what they bargain for.
ALL EINDS OF WATCH, CLOCE AND
iJEWELRY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORE
Orders by Mail or Express, for work or
goods, will receive -prompt attention.
* Goods sent 0. 0. D. to all parts of the
country, with the privilege of examining
before paying for them.
-Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEW.BERRY, S. C.
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
~ Books an4 Stationery.
TATIO NE R
~AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE CAN BE FOUND
e Letter ote ntation, Cap, Lgal a
Enfeoper.s of all kinds to match.
Steel and Rubber Erasers.
Rubber Bands and Rings..
Pencils and Shar ener,.
-Inkstands of varnous patterns-some very
Wallets and Pocket Books.
bLedgers, Day Books, Receipt Books, Let
d ter Bos, anda large variety of Memoran
-Perpetual Diaries, besides other kinds.
Slates, Slate Pencils, Crayons,. Indelible
w Pencils, Inks-black, violet carmine.
,e Papr Weights, Files,ap Measures.
e Bacgamon Boars Chcers and Dice.
Mucilage, Camel HairBrushes.
McGill'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.
apbr Dol1s an~ Paper Funiture, for the
And many other things.
Remember the place, over HARMON'S
HEMLB BOOK HTO1I
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
The following' new books just received al
the HERALD BOOK STORE:
Above Rubies; Alleine's Alarm;
Bereaved Parents; Besieged City;
Better Land; Carvcsso;
Bible Christian; Bible Expositor;
N Clarke' Theoloy; Lifeo Adam Clark~e;
Clouded Intelect; Countr Tales;
Dairymn's Daughter; Devotedness;
Smiths Elements of Divinity;
Drift Wood; Ecce Ecclesia;
Family Government; Fanny the Flowe2
LieoesFletchere; Fetchere's Appeal;
Fred Breng Gate of Prayer;
Heavenly World; Hroliness; Home;
Heirs of the Kingdom; Life of Mrs. H. K~
RI oc Truths; Junior Clerk;
McKindree's Works: Thoughtful Girls;
The Successful Merchant;
S S rr Help Sort Sermons
V illae Blacsmt; esley'saln;
S adLife o ave esly' srtmnso
AynBos l ie nd biadings,ets.
inhe aditohoabv Dsi lrges. srmet
Hymn Bok,alszsantidns o
Drugs x' Fancy .rficles.
Dr. SF. FANT,
WHOLUA= A-.RZmr, -
NEWBERRY, 8. C
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAiA"iN.KNr.
PRESCRIPMICI CERK'S RemE
sig Over the Drq8 toe.1
NO. 131 E T
May 3, 18-t. E
. Etc.,&c, C.
Invitation and4 U
PHOTOGRAPH AZBtMS,5 -
BIBLES, * '
HYMN BOOKS, - ~
PAPER of aRU kinde,
PENCILS, -3 ~
Pom SALEEAPAT E
SCHOOL BOOKS,'and tafl -te~in~~
BOOKS, or anarticlein the
LINE .FTrYIL3. .r .
Address, - ~g
Editor HERALD and r2092~oo w '
Jan.27, 4-tf. -_
ToRRHmEA Or SeminalW1
ry Seminal1LossesMPTcx __
nal extravagance, &c
sg Price, n.a.sealed enOQa
The celebrateduinthO~j bs1do
Essay, clerydmn~a fi'om ath
medicine or the a- -th
pointing out a. e.. cur
certain, and em breansEof
ever sufferer, no
may e, mayur
MThis Lecture shouldbe In -
of every youth and every~IzbO~-*
Sent uder inl4 a plain: -
any .address, porpl,oniol ~ -
cents or two pot-Ams
Post Of fice Box, 4586
Something New Bi'
-ering and Or&
Nothing has come beoehpu b~
our estimation so practicd-anid cng
as the Abrams' Metalle.Gao(oe
certainly just thye thing that Jepo
want, and we are snow introduon-'ham
for sale single or club rates. ... -
Also, Territorial Rights for ale- te
following Counties, viz:
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, t3 fe
Abbeville, Anderson,.Oconeer Pickeas Ld
Call and see.fpcmenl at John B. I
tin's Buggy Emporium. -
Any further iniformation wated will de
eive prompt attention by calhig.on-orad&
SIPARTAWB UR 8.O
Water Alterative and To le; Cdite ~
dry, bracing anid healthfutE : T~
tion paid to guests. - - '
REFERENCES IN C0LUNBiIA.
Miller, A. Palmer, c!. 4os.
g& HACKS me Siedt*'
burg C. I. - -JOf96'
-Jun. 9, 28n4 R* iu aneia