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TE Naw PoszA, Law.-A*r the 1st of d
January. 1875, editors have to prepay all the E
papers from- thAr oece. Of course no pub
liher can Wod to pay postage for a subscri
ber in arrer. We give this timely notice
to all delinqdists that wt will not let their
names encamber our books after that period. I
Te -ma ikdeno sexpiration--after that tj
thepaper is discontidnW&
Bear-tbeMthiP .-in mind. , 3-tf,
Lm Ngw zDT r Wi TIMMTS.
W, L. Spearman-To Rent or Lease.
J. &Ford & Co.--Canvassers Wanted.
-LC. Leahy-Petition to Prove Debt and
for Rele. t
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
MRS C.-$1 received-see issue of tj
Just received and for sale, at the
Jewelry Store, a fine lot of French a
CrYstal Glass Shades, for covering Wax J
Work, Clocks, Statues, Vases, Birds,
Plns Flowers, Ete-.
29-2t JOHN F. SPECK- d
Col. John B. Peck, Superintendent of 0]
the- Richmond & Atlanta Air Line Rail
Road, will accept our thanksfor a com
plimentary pass over that road.
ADrrTED To PRACTICE.-J. C. Lea
hy, J. L. Blease and J. D. Boston, of
Newberry, were admitted on Tuesday b
lIt to practice in the law courts of the
Our lively Pomaria Dot gatherer will e
accept thank for his contribution, and t
the hope is indulged that he will con- a
tirine to do so. We regret not getting a
home in time to attend the Bethel School
ROBBERY AT JALAPA.-On Sunday,
the 25th, between 7 and 10 o'clock, the
store of Clark & Folk was robbed of be- 3
- tween $80 and $100 in cash. It is be- n
lieved that the thief was secreted from a
the previous night. The money draw- P
er was forced open with an iron tool.
Our brief letter last week from t
Glenn's terminated with the promise F
"More anon." The promise would tf
han been kept but the columns of the tI
ERW m are to crowded to admit of it. r
Wetrust that the reader will not be dis
inted. We will make another fly
gtrip soo and will do better.
um Tn Oy.-We have been ti
qisd by Col. Peake to state that 1
bu -oe train will be run to Kinard's a
T.';, n RNynext, instad of two t<
as at fist advertised. It will leave thelti
Newberry Depot at 8 1-2 o'clock. If 0
yonwoeld enjoy the barbecue, take the
train. at time-advertised. - .
Dox'.r FORGT.-If you are going y
away for -the Summer or even for a:
briefer perid step up to the HERAI.D
office and have the paper sent to you b
for that time. It will not cost much I
*-and will afford great satisfaction while 0
.you are away. We will send it for one C
or two months or longer. o
*private letter to Mr. Sheck, that the
gentleman named, who has been absent jg
for some time, will return to this Coun- ca
ty e a week or two,'arnd will perma- ri
*neatdy locate. Services will be held by ti
him at Mt. Bethel Church, Caldwell a
Township, on the 3d Sabbath in Au
THE IAURENS R. R.-The road has h
-been extended to Kinard's T. 0., and h
,irile learn, bein running order to h
Martin's Pepot, by the 5th of August. b
Cor. Peake is certainly pushing ahead d
in 'the liveliest -style. At this-rate it s<
will not be long ere the people of Lau- a
rea will be gladdened by the sound of t<
the engine's whistle. b
oTir MUID HOIE.-The Progre688ve6
.Age says that we were incorrect in stat- a
ing tliat the mud hole so often alluded
to, was in the incorporate limits. Per- a
baps so, but it matters not. It is now P
- ixed, and deserves special mention as a
g first rate job-for which we give Capt.
Hamn. Folk credit. There is no need to
fash about the locality. r
ADDRESS.-We acknowledge receiv
ing a copy of the address delivered by 0
Ex-Gov. S. F. Stockdale, of Texas, be
tore the Literary Societies of Roanoke 8
College, Salem, Va. Subject-"The -
Error of Scientific Men in Regarding
the Laws of Science as Universal and a
Absolute." It is published by the Lit
-erary Societies for free distribution, and t
copies can be -obtained by application ~
*to the Faculty.___
For the largest watermelon delivered ~
te,this office between this date and the
first of September we will send the
fesm fr-ee for six months. Comnpeti
tion Is the life of trade. Bring in your t
The HRALm has made a similar pro- .5
position some time ago, but no response I
has yet been made. It is perhaps owing
to the fact, that we, like the Medium,
forgot to mention that the melons after
being shown and measured and weighed,
might-be-left at this office for consump
tion. We make now the formal an-I
nouncement and hope that this addi- c
~tional incentive may prove irresistible ~
t~o melori raisers. C
)Tzy TELEGRAPH LINE.-Just as we
are about going to press, we are in-t
formed by Mr. H. J. Moulton, of Spar- s
tanburg, the constructor of the Tele- j
graphl line between Spartanburg, Union i
and Glenn Springs, of his project to
connect Newberry, Laurens and Spar-i
tanburg by telegraph with the Great
.Southern Atlantic Line. Mr. Moulton i
is accompanied by Mr. P. T. Stevens, a
the Superintendent of Construction of 1
the Southern Atlantic Line. We hopey
the cittizens of Newberry will take hold t
of the enterprise, the cost of which will f
;bemade upby te aving in the price
ofrCmmunn tion. .
DEATHS.-We learn that a child of
ie Rev. J. B. Traywick, died on Sun
ay last, at the residence of Mr. D. H.
zhardt. It was four years old.
Miss Hattie Cooper, an estimable
oung lady, about 22 years of age, died
ri Sunday last, near Trinity Church, in
The Antreville correspondent of the
ress and Banner interests everybody
own here with his criticisms.
[Press and Banner.
Our Abbeville friend asked us some
me ago where Jalapa was and we
romptly furnished the information.
[ight we inquire where Antrevle is
tuated. We used to be familiar with
ie geography of Abbeville, but have
ever heard of that place before.
CouRr adjourned last Monday, after
laborious session of three weeks.
udge, lawyers and officers of the Court
>ok worn out. Eight hours Court a
my, with the thermometer near a hun
red, is not very invigorating. A good
eal of work was done, and done with
espatch. The old Equity docket was
Leared of all old rubbish and nearly
Li the cases finally disposed of. The
ourt and its officers are entitled to
EBENFZER CAMP MEETDIG.-The
mmittee in charge of the work have
en indefatigably engaged for several
,eeks past, and it is hoped that every
dng will be finished by Thursday
rening, the time for the meeting
> commence. There wil be quite
number of preachers present from
broad, and the hope is entertained that
ke meeting will be a good one.
We kindly suggest that young men
isiting will be on their best behavior.
This is a city sure enough, if we may
idge from the enterprise of its business
ten. We just met a little fellow with
pole to which was attached a piece of
asteboard inscribed: "Fresh Mountain
utter at Chapman & Crawford's." He
irries it about town and hands you at
ie same time a circular in praise of
are Roasted Coffee, likewise to be ob
Lined for cash at the popular store of
ie above enterpising firm. There is a
mnant of energy in spite of the heat.
VERY ACCEPTABLE.-Our kind friend
rid long time reader, the Rev. J. A.
gh, of High Point, will accept our
anks for a seasonable and generously
irge mess of string beans and potatoes,
nid as a crowning glory a luscious wa
arelon. They came in the nick of
me for the home garden has played
Our kind friend Mrs. - could not
ave pleased us better than by sending
some of the finest peaches seen this
ar. Many thanks.
FE.-A small house in the neigh
yrhood of Helena, occupied by the
[erchant family, was consumed by fire
a Friday evening at early candle-light.
ne member of the family was burned
a the hand.
In a few minutes after the alarm was
iven the Hook and Ladder Truck start
i for the scene, but the boys after go
ig a short distance beyond Scott's
reek, were convinced that a further
i was useless, particularly as one of
re members fell into the creek and got
ALMOST RUN OVER.-Our old friend
ud fellow citizen, W. C. Johnson, who
as only recently recovered the use of
is leg, while slowly feeling his way
ome on Friday evening, came near
ing run over by the Hook and Lad
er Company. He says he was never
> scared before, and thought both legs
rould be broken. Luckily he was able
hop out of the way. No doubt the
oys were excited, it was the firstalarm
ad they were going for it, legs and
ems to the contrary notwithstanding.
le suggest that the company procure
gong, which will serve the double
rpose of warning pedestrians, and as
signal to members in search of the
PERSONAL.-Frend Homer P. Tar
at, ye man of pills, and resident of
ugusta, Ga., isnow on a visit to his
Id home, and we are pleased to see
lat he is in fine condition. We con
ratulate him on the late happy event
-another olive plant.
A old Newberrian put in an appear
nce here last week in the person of
Ir. Mathias Miller, and we are pleased
a see that the mountain air of Green
ille agrees with him. Could his friend,
r. S. P.K., of Walhalla, havehappened
own at the same time, we would have
ad some good material for along local.
The Rev. J. P. Smeltzer, President of
Valhalla College, preached to an in
rested audience in the Presbyterian
hurch on Sunday morning last. His
isit was brief, as he left on Monday
aorng. _ _
WouD NOT BE M A RRED.-A ver
ant couple came to town the other day
:r the purpose of arranging some law
aatters, but as they could not clearly
xplain their business, the officer fav
red with their confidence thought that
bey wished to marry, and accordingly
alled in a trial justice. That gentle
ian desiing to fxuptheijob in apro
er manner, borrowed a discipline from
ie resident pastor, and thus armed,
pread himself to make two people one.
le had proceeded to the point of join
ig hands, when the man exclaimed,
LLook here, old fellow, what are you
oing?" "Marrying you," was the re
y. "The d-- you say," said the
nan; "why, this woman is my sister,
,nd my wife is at home; put up your
ook quicker than rain, or I'll go for
o, by thunder!" It is needtless to say
bat the ceremony was not continued
urther, nor any fae offered. Law offi
era should be careful and look before
BEAUTY AS A DoWRY.-We clip the
following from the Charleston News
A German girl named Ernestine Koch
has recently obtained $2,000 damages
from the Oregon Steamship Company
for injury and disfigurement suffered
on one of their steamers. The young
woman is only nineteen, and quite
plucky to fight a wealthy corporation
as her first piece of work in this coun
try. Sickness resulted from her injuries,
and the court allowed one hundred dol
lars for that and injury to her clothing;
for the loss of time and labor, one hun
dred dollars; for the expense of em
ploying counsel, three hundred dollars;
for the physical and mental pain, one
thousand dollars, and for the permanent
disfigurement from the wound on the
forehead, five hundred dollars. The
Court said: "It may be that the sum
of five hundred dollarsisan insignificant
compensation for such a blemish. But it
does not appear that the scar will make
her presence offensive or painful to
others. For this reason it is not likely
to prevent her from obtaining employ
ment. In manners as appearance she
is a plain girl, moving in an humble
walk in life, and not dependent upon
her beauty for her dowry or as a means
of support. Still she is entitled to some
compensation. In this country it is
open to every woman, however hum
ble, to obtain a secure and indepen
dent position by marriage. In that
matter, which is said to be the chief
end of her existence, comeliness is a
consideration of importance to every
daughter of Eve."
We are afrnid some of our young
ladies will leave us to travel in
Oregon, with the prospect of receiving
a cut on the forehead. If homeliness
is entitled to five hundred dollars for
such an injury, it would almost break
the Oregon Steamship Company to re
spond in adequate damages for a simi
lar scar on the foreheads of some of
our belles. The ratio of compensation
increases, of course, like the value- of
diamonds, as the square of their beauty.
We fear for the future prosperity of the
said Steamship Company. We are al
most sorry we inserted the above ex
It makes no difference whether times
are dull or flush, money plenty or other
wise, for china, crockery, glassware and
other household goods will get broken
or wear out. There is no getting oter
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
The thermometer ranges from 95 to
105 deg. every day, which makes the
weather just a little unpleasant-not
even a breeze at night.
Crops are suffering for rain. Cotton
is shedding rapidly. Corn is burning
up. Unless we have more rain and less
hot weather we will be customers to a
foreign market for corn.
Farmers are beginning to look de
spondent. Have quit work on account
of dry weather. They speak of holding
a Prayer meeting topray for jain. A
good idea. It will be a beginning with
some of them.
'Bethel School, under the tutorship of
Prof. D. B. Busby, has closed for vaca
tion, after having an Exhibition, a fine
barbecue, pic nie, and s'ome three
speeches from the "Pomaria graduates."
The speeches of the latter were good,
or at least they so sounded. Some of
the extracts in the morning were a lit
te lengthy-about 25 or 30 minutes
long. One could have taken a snooze
during the time.
A meteor passed over Pomaria last
Saturday morning about 6 o'clock, mak
ing a loud rumbling noise like thunder;
frightening an old resident (who was at
the time in his watermelon patch) al
most out of his wits. He thought the
elements, as he called them, had broken
loose. He is not quite over his scare
yet, but hopes to be by the time the
next one comes round.
A child of Mr. John Sligh, died last
Friday morning of dysentery. There
are several cases of this and whooping
cough in the community, some of them
The storekeepers at Pomaria would
like to have an invention to keep off
the gnats-they have so much else to
do. They hope for better times.
Rogues are on the rampage here.
Watermelons and chickens are found
missing pretty often. We know of one
man who has had all of his stolen ex
cept one old rooster-the one given him
by his mother when he first commenced
housekeeping, about 20 years ago.
Poor fellow, he is getting too feeble to
crow. He expects to visit the Centen
The Patent gate has moved. We
learn that the Patentee has been amply
paid for his invention. Of course his
genius should be rewarded.
Watermelons are in abundance.
Come down and get a fill if your re
ceiver is not extensive. Pay our town
a visit soon-the Mayor will make all
neessary preparations for the recep
SABBATH SCHOOL Pic Nic.-Beth
Eden Lutheran Church Sabbath School
gave a pic nic on Friday last, which we
are pleased to say was the happiest af
fair of the kind we have ever attended.
The day was pleasant, and the spot
well chosen, and at an early hour chil
dren, parents and guests were assem
bled in large num~bers. An hour or
two was spent in chat by the elders on
crops and the situation generally; by
the mothers in showing their tIabies
a large number of the best specimiens
being present-by the young maidens
and boys in becoming acquainted, and
by the small boys in Capt. Aull's swing
ing basket, and other sports, when Maj.
K.'s stentorian voice was heard calling
th commany intn the chuch. Then
there was some capital singing-Miss
Carrie Aull leading at the melodeon
Mr. Hawkins and the school supporting:
after an appropriate prayer by Pastor
Shirey, Mr. E. P. Chalmers gave the
audience a practical and excellent ad
dress, very happily to the point and
without any fun in it. Then came the
great feature, dinner, and never before
was seen such a dinner; the table was
loaded. Of course there was chicken,
but besides there was mutton, pig,
stuffed pigeon-the latter prepared es
pecially for the editor-squirrel, fresh
fish, and in fact everything that could
be prepared. In the way of sweet
things never was the like seen before
the ladies must have got hold of new
cookery books, or done an immense deal
of thinking, otherwise they never could
have made such a display of delicious
temptations. There were several per
sons present who wished they had
capacities equal to those of Maj. K.,
Captains F., A. and S., Dr. K., and a
few others, who are never forced to say
"No, I thank you," when more pig, or
chicken, or cake is offered. Happy
fellows, they have room always; like
an omnibus they are never too full to
take in more. How we envy them. But
the dinner over, came melons and
oodles of them, too, and after a suitable
time for things to settle, the Major
again mounted the table and an
nounced the afternoon orator, the Rev.
H. W. Kuhns, as ready. Everybody
went in, except those mothers who bad
not quite settled which of the babies was
best looking, and a few young men who
felt disposed to try the swinaing basket.
We can't help saying that they missed
an excellent address of thirty minutes
length. As the Reverend gentleman
used his scatter-gun -on that occasion,
and in his usual highly felicitous style,
he made very many good hits, and un
like the gentleman of the morning, who
ignored anything like fun, he gave
some very amusing Mustrations. After
this, Pastor Shirey in a graceful man
ner turned the audience out into
the grove to take care of itself, and
from that time till the sun began to
show signs of getting out of sight, the
gay and happy crowd occupied them
selves in ways best suited to it. Beth
Eden Pic Nic was a success. We did
not see an ugly thing during the whole
day at the table or from it.
ABOUT THE TowN AND CouT.
Rain is sadly needed.
The weather is so hot that the reader
will excuse short comings in this week's
paper. It is absolutely too hot to write,
Strong hopes were entertained or
Sunday afternoon that this section would
be visited by a refreshing rain. Alas.
it did not come.
On Monday afternoon it rained out
side and beyond the town in various 4i
We are forced to recall about two
thirds of the favorable reports of crops
lately published. Ten days of dry
weather have made a complete revolu
tion Both corn and cotton are serious
A few sections about the (County, we
are glad to say, however, have had
rains-and from those the reports are
Cotton bolls are now in order, who
will bring in the first?
Joe Crews arrived in Town on Satur
day, and left for Laurens,
The health of the County is good
we hear of but little sickness.
Chicken cholera is still ravaging the
County, but it is not so bad as at first.
A prettzy assortment of note papers
on hand at the Hmm.D Book Store.
Call and examine.
Mr. Werber's mill and gin house or
Bush river have been destroyed by fire.
It was the work of an incendiary.
The phenomenon of a loud clap oJ
thunder from a cloudless sky wats heard
by several persons one day 1ast week~.
Keep your dogs muzzled or chained
to prevent accidents. This is the sea
son when mad dogs may be looked for.
Miuch regret is expressed that the
blackberry season js over. Housewives
are now sorry that they did not make
The people of the County will be re
joiced to learn that the mud hole be
yond the Cemetery has been fixed. II
is all right now.
The editor unexpectedly came home
on Thursday, and it took him two days
to subdue the devil who had assumed
charge of the paper.
Don't forget the big barbeeue at Ki
nard's T. 0., on Friday. There will be
but one train from this depot. It wil]
leave at 8 1-2-so be ready,
A lot of tobacco and other goods were
abstracted from the store of Mr. B
McCoy, at Helena, a few nights ago
Thieves not discovered.
The young lady who sent us a stuffet
pigeon at the Beth Eden pic nic has ow
thanks. The pigeon was delicious
May she never want for the good things
of this life, or be happy without sharing
with the editor.
Watermelons seem to be very scarce
-very few find their way to this office
It may not be amiss to remind the read.
er that we cannot run a paper and
watermelon patch at one and the sam
time, and the consequence is we ar
short on~ melons.
There is no end to pic nics and bar.
becues in Newberry. Wednesday, 21st
there was one at Mt. Bethel, Po
maria, Friday, one at Beth Eden, anc
Saturday, one in the neighborhood ol
Mr. Henry Halfacre's. The young peo
pe are having a good time.
Music hath charms-under certair
circumstances. A cracked hand orgar
under the window when your thought
are centred on something else, or ar
amateur flutist practising under the of
fice while you are writing may be class
ed as nuisances.
The Rev. Mr. Kuhns, in an address
to Beth Eden Sunday School pic nicker
-said that Newberry cani best th<
world for pic nics. As a proof-he ha<
been told that three months after Sher
man's raiders passed through Dutcl
Fork, the women of that section brough
their odds and ends tof 'ther and gave
a pie nic. Who can beat this.
The members of the Hook and Lad
der Co., congratulate themselves that i
tiey do no other good they bring raii
whenveir they tu'va out. So far, how
over, they have only brought sligh
sprinkles. 'Perhaps if their parade
wrleghndan arumae a
are aegtheemM, nd might gaeta
goo ashoer tAs riday we tihe gti
ohoer.r Ast Fiay piste mb
for another turn out, a sprinkle may b
A THUNDERBOLT.-Varous porti
of the State have during the year b
visited by cyclones, hail storms,
floods of rain, and so much damage
been done that apprehensions have b
generally felt whenever cloud ar<
in the fear-of a visitation of a like dre
ful character. These fears have
some time been subsiding, and a sud<
cloud or heavy peal of thunder does
strike so much terror to the heart n
as formerly. In the midst of fanc
security, however, the citizensbf Colt
bia have been startled by a THUND
BOLT! We are pleased to say that
investigation it proved to emanate fr
Perry & Slawson's Segar Store, and
nobody was hurt the rejoicing beca
general. These gentlemen, it appei
manufacture and sell thunderbolts f
warrant them as harmless as doi
and that a match may even be appl
to one end while the other can be plai
in the mouth of the most timid in
without fear of consequences. L
Vesuvius they smoke, but unlike her
not explode. Send to Perry & Sh
son, the Columbia Segar and Toba
Dealers, for a box of Thunderbolts.
NOTHING is MORE LADY LIKE than
use of fine note paper and a neat fashk
ble envelope. So think the fortunate
ceivers of such billet-doux, The sweetz
of a charming sentence is rendered more
licious, if conveyed on a delicate tinted si
of Pirie's Note Paper. It is bad taste i
gentleman writing to a lady on inferior
tionery. If you wish to be posted on
latest novelties, the fashion in these matt
enclose a stamp to Walker, Evans & C
well, for one of their little fashion bo(
"Card Etiquette," or send an order f
recherche lot of paper and envelopes of
latest style. Do not forget at the same t
to order a monogram. 29-t
NEwBERRY, July 27.-Cotton markel
active, closing price 13 cts. Bales ship
during week M8
Nzw Yonx, July 26.-Cotton irreguli
sales 253 bales at 141a15k. Gold firmei
BALTImoRE, July 26.-Cotton quiet-I
CHARLESTON, July 26.-Cotton qi
AUGUsTA, July 2.-Cotton dull and nc
LIVERPOOL, July 26.-Cotton firm-i
dling uplands 7; middling Orleans 7J.
Newberry Prices Current
By MAYES & MARTIN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a
Dr, per bushel...........1 50 al
BAGGING-Gunny-per yard.......... - a
ROPE-Manilla, per l... ."..........*20 a
BACON-Hams., per lb............ 16 a
Shoulders, per lb........... 10 a
Sides, perIb............... 14a
BLUESTO E, perlp...............a
BUTTER-Country, per w6......,...25 a
CHEESE-E. D.................. 18a
CHICKENS-per head...............15 a
CALI e yard............ 10 a
COPPRAX- pe lb.................. 82a
CORN, per ....................125 al
CORN EAL, bolted, per bushel. al
CANDLES-Adamantine, per aett. 18 a
COFFEE--Rio, per lb............ 25 a
Java per ..........:::. - a
EGGS prdozen................- a
FLO prbbl.... ...... .....7 00 aS
GUNPOWDER, per lb............- a
IRON TIES, per lb...............-a
lRON-American refined, per pound 6a
Plow Steel................. a
LA Dlb ........ . ...1a
Scantling, per M ft..1000 a2
Flooring, per M ft...1500 a2
MOLASSES-Cb, per ..a.......S50
Ws In,prgal.... 60 a
New0rlmn, per gal... 90 a1
MACKEREL-per half barrel...600 a8
per Kit..:........2 00 a5
N At Ls, per q..... ;;....;:.....6 00a8
ONIOMb, per bushel............. - SI
OIIr-Kerosene, per gal.............a a
Linseed, raw................ al
Tanner's, Straits...........1 00 al
PEAS, pr bushel...............1 00 al
POTAOS-Irish, per bushel.......- a
PAIS-1ti.ad,p l .
RICE, per lb...................... a
SHIN.ES...00.................5 00 a6
SUGAR-PnIrized, per lb.......... a
Crushed, per lb............a
A, pr lb...................a
C, xtra, per lb..............a
Bron, per nl...............a
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 S
French Brandy........- a]
Rye Whiskey..........3 50 a
Holland Gin............ - aE
Of Turpentine............ a
TEA-Hyaon., pe b................1 50 aS
ipra, pr lb.............1 75 aS
TALLOW, per lb................. 8 a
VINEGARt-Cider, per gal.............. a
VARNISHES-Coach body, per gal.4 00 a4
Copal, per gal... a
WHEAT, per bushel.............- a
Obtained, Beat and Cheapest, by
LOUIS BACCER & CO.
SOLICITORS OF PATENI
omees, Federal Buildings,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
&-Send stamp for printed pamphlet, 4
taining comp~lete instructions how
July 7, s7-tf,
WILLIAMSTON, 8. C.
I will escort pupils up from the Mani
House in Columbia, July 81, for the
Session, opening Aug. 2, 1875.
S. LANDER, Presiden
July 7T, 27--4t.
SPA RTA AKBUR G, S. C.
Water Alterative and Tonic ; Clin
dry, bracing and healthful. Every ati
tion paid to guests.
REFEaENCES IN COI.UMBA.-Maj. D.
Miller, A. Palmer, Col. Jos. Daniel P<
Prof. L. Plate and S. J. Perry.
WILL OPEN JUNE 15.
. g' HACKS meet visitors at Spar
burg C. H. * JOEN B. BLACK,
June 9, 23-tf. Resident Manage
NOTICE TO TRESPASSEI
I hereby forewarn all persons whos
ever against traveling through any por
of my plantation, except by the pu
roads which run through it. Trespas
will be dealt with to the full extent of
law THOS. M. LAKI
July 14, 2-4t
Plow Iron and Stee:
A large lot of PLOW IRON and STE
Dns Drugs 9* Fancy virticles,
L Dr. S. F. FANT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
J PREGGIST IND CHEMIST
not NEWBERRY, S. C.
E:PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMiPOUNDEDl
AT ALL HOURs OF TE DAY AND NIGHT.
aRS PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S ROOM
6's, Sii Over the Drug Store. 'I
ad Jan.27, 4-tf.
e DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
o NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
the May 3, 18-tf.
tese Professional Cards.
the The undersigned having located in the
3rg, town of Newberry, desires to practice aE
s- Physician and Surgeon, and respectfully
>r s solicits patronage. His office is over the
the store of H. K. Blease, next door to J. D.
ime Cash's Store, where he may be found at
r. ALL HOURS unless absent professionally.
"- JOS. McMORRIES.
May 5, 18-3m.
THOMAS P. SLIDER,
I TRIAL JUSTICE
" ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office above McFal 4 Pool's and nexi
od- door to M. A. Carlisle's Office.
All business will be promptly attended to,
VIFLL & CJOFIRLD9
z PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Respectfully solicit the patronage of the
8 itizens of Prosperity and vicinity.
lk W. T. McFALL, M. D.
15 . JAS. A. COFIELD, M. D.
9, Feb. 1l, 7-6m,
The undersigned, being|provided with
8 the most improved instruments, is prepared
to do all kinds of SURVEYING with accu.
28 racy and dispatch.
22 All orders left at Suber & Caldwell's Law
SOffice, or Mrs. C. Mower's Store wireceive
F. WERBER, .ia.,
8, Oct. 7, 40-1y. Deputy Surveyor
40 SOUTH ERN
4 COLLECTION AGENCY.
SWILL. II. THOMAS,
)Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
00 NEWBEREY, - - -- SOUTE CAROLINA,
0attende eo wit eity and desatch.fo
c Crrespodence from abroad slicited.
~sStoe'is, Tin Ware, a*c.
S ToVES, TIN W1ARtE, &C,
_L. H. REDUS, Agt.,
(sUCOCESSOE TO W. T. WRIGHT.)
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
Bberry, that he has bou"ht out 'the entire
stock of Mr. W. T. Wrig;ht, and having
Made Large Additions
to the same is prepared to supply ill de.
iAt4 Low Prices for Cash.
He keeps on hand every kind of
Stove, Cooking, Parlor and
and all other articles in the tin line, and if
- prepared to execute all kinds of repairing.
Guttering and Roofing
Sattended to promptly.
Stove and Grate Coal, at lowest rates,
can always be supplied.
An examination of stock, and orders for
wor soicied. L. H. REDUS, Agent.
on Dec. 16, 50-tf.
P THE COTTON GINS made by the sub
scribers have been tried and approved.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. SATISFA(.
*at REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER.
B. We have also several BUGGIES an~
WAGONS FOR SALE CHEAP.
LAKE & CHIAPMAN,
ban- JuneNEWBERRY, S. 0.
s TILLMAN & DAWKINS,
Shavinq and Hir Dressing
--..One Door 3elow Baltiore Corner, on Adami
EL, Gentlemen guaranteed a clean shave,
neat cut and polite attention.
Jnne 9, -ti
Dry Goods, Groceries, c.
T108. F. HARMON
invite his friends and
the public generally,
to an inspection of his
STOCK OF GOODS,
which has been large
ly increased by recent
purchases at the North.
Come and see for your
selves. Great induce
July 7, 1875-27-tf.
GPRING AND SUIME.
NEW GOODS.LOW PRICES,
C. F. JACKSON,
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Takes pleasure in informing the public of
Newberry and surrounding Counties, that
his stock of
SPRING& SUMMER GOODS
is unusually large and varied, and that he
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES"!
and that he will remain so while his efforts
are so largely appreciated by a discrimina
Visitors to the city are respectfully invi
ted to examire stock, and orders promptly
and satisfactorily attended to.
May a, 18-4f.
A nice line of DRESS GOODS, just re
ceived at HARMON'S.
May 19, 20-tf.
100 PIECES STANDARD PRINTS, some
beautiful patterns. Just received at
May 19, 20-tf. HARMON'S.
If You Would Save
Where Bargains May Be Hadl
. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
Of All Qualities and Varieties.
Of All Kinds.
IOOTL SIDES, MTl,
My goods were bought TO SELL AT
LOW PRICES, and I am determined
TO STIfSFY NEIIBEIIIL
All that I ask is an examination of goods
- Has the sale on liberal terms of
Iiddleton's Fish Ammnoniated
A No. 1 Fertilizer for Cotton, Corn, &c.,
made in Charleston, S. C., and guaranteed
to give full satisfaction.
Mar. 8i, 18-tif.
JlOHN P. KINARD,
4 MILE HOUSE.
s o ste Gand receivin a complete
GOOS, FAC GOODS, NOTIONS BOOTS,
SPES o f wIc 1 respectfully slicit
BUES I must wok hadto maeup
aloss ostang so coe alongeverybodly
In addition to the above, I keep in store
a large lot of Medicines of all kinds, and
besides, will attend to the practice of medi
cine, if people will pay me, for half the
price usually charged, An experience of
forty years is guarantee of my ability,
neither will it interfere with any of my
Inumerous interests, the chief of which is
faigu rylcne ucine,Iwl
Attndt arglaly luicnedi atiner will
mayte itrlusnes in harie ic
mar 1'e i11sedt4 ae
JOHN P. KIKARI).
Mar. V12 11-41.
"ry Goods, Groceries, #c.
TO ARRIVE !
1,000 BUSHELS COR.
500 BUSHELS OATS.
500 HEL n FRESH GROUND
50 BLTED MEAL.
300 trFLOUR, all grades,
0 rm $7 to $9 per Barrel.
10,00 LBS. BACO K SIDES, Smoked
1vvu~jand Dry Salted.
1,000 LBS. SMOKED SHOULDERS.
1,000 LBS. FINE SUGAR CURED
1,000 LES. NICE LEAF LAED, in
100Tierces, Kegs and Buckets.
BARRELS SUGAR, all grades, brown,
5white and granulated.
10 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
2 ACE.OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA
30 BARELS MOLASSES.
25 BOXES TOBACCO, all grades.
Come and see. All of the
above goods will be sold at
very reasonable prices.
Call and see them, at
THONS F, HAMON'S
may 19, W--tf.
RECEIVING AND IN STORE
A FULL LINE
Spdog and 2ummef Goods!
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
P1 weT & RN 5111(1.
Respeelly call attentionto their elegant,
w nch can be found all kinds of first clas
DresS Goods, Calicoes Hosiery, Gloves,
Lac, Collars, Ribbons, Gomespuvs.
Cassimeres, Cloths, Kerseys, Shirts, Draw
Dmestic and Staple Goods in endless va)
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
HARDWARE AND CUTL.ERY,
A fine assortment of
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A superior lot or
UMBRELLAS, for hand and buggy.
FINE AND COMMON TRUNKS,
Aong whc are those convenient and ele
rIn short any an eery artce iour a
seeced ad hic we warrant to be frt
SOLD LOW FOR CASH'.
We are alasglad to show our goods and
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
T. J. LIPOMR
Pratt Street, Undein Pool's Hotel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would respectfully call the attention ot
the public to his stock, which consists of
&c., &c., &c.
which will be liept constantly on hand.
Give me a call, for you will find it
To Your Interest to Do So,
As I am prepared to
Give You Bargains.
Mar. 3, 9-6m.
J0 00 1VIL0N & CO.,
Of all kinds, such as
SugarS, Coffee, Rice,.
Encon, Choice Hams,
Flour: Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BABING AN/D TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GR
4)ERY sTORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHAP