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Iwn TO kW AToNNWEMMTs.
J. C. Leahy-Notice.
0. F beie-OwGoods
J3.Lflott-Cotton Saw Gins. e
J. H.Estill-The Savannahrn N WS.
J. C. Leahy-Complaint to Call in Credi
tors, SeR Land to Iay Debts, &c.
See cad of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
Much obliged for another batch of
Pomaria Do% but sorry they come too
late for publication. Must be received
nkotItdr than Moinday.
One of those large Qeorgia melons
found its way to our den on Thursday
last, as apresent from Mr. Jas. F. Todd,
for which our thanks are tendered him.
We acknowledge an invitation to a
pic-nie to be giiin at Lexington C. H.
on the 12th inst., by the Knights of
Jericho. We should like to attend, but
our heart-yearns for the mountains.
A situation wanted by a practical
printef. Apply at this office. it.
Tpe attention of cotton planters is
called tWthe card.of Mr. J. M. Elliott,
of W orolS.C., who is the manu
facturerofa Cotton Saw Gin, said to be
equal to any in the country. For par
WANTED---A situation as cl&rk in
some Dry Goods or .Grocery Store.
Good references. .Apply at this office.
on Sunday- afternoon, little Johnnie,
abant frve years old,-a son of Mr. Win.
Blati, as'seriously injuired by akick
from a horse. Although his injuries
are dangerous, there is hope that he
may recover. . We trust so for the sake
of the fond parents.
On -tusdynight the Hopewell
query,-"hc is of most service to the
country, the sehool teacher or the doc
tor?"'and decided in favor of the for
Agreed; provided we have some doc
tors for tabers. An ounce of preven
tioririrthapound of cture.
Doi'T Fouorr.-If you are going
away - for -the Summer or even for a
buiefer period, step up to the HER ALD.
office and have the paper sent to you
for that time. It will not cost much
ad will afford great satisfaction while
you are away. We will send it for one
A STIrnm I.ACE-We had heard
. frequtly9Ctie Belton eating house,
butoilreently had an opportunity of
tesing it byr personal experience, and
our opinion pablicly expressed is, that
if a man does not get the worth of 75
' cents charged for breakfast or dinner,
the faultifoes not rest with Mr. G. W.
McGee. We hae-never sat down to a
tale on a zailroad line which gives
more saifcin Commend we all to
Iog days will commence tomorrow
mnornng:: That is, all dogs found on
the street 'without a town collar 'will be
taken charge of by the police, and after
-being imprisoned twenty-four hours
-will-be sent -to the phosphate beds if
not taken out by their owners and the
fine paid. Mr. John A. -Fraser, clerk
of Coimoiil,4iias the collars for sale.
Is it not time that-our Town Council
was doing something to abate the nuis
anee. ~Have the town collars by: all
means, and have them self-contracting.
Mr. L. Chapin Moore, of Newberry,
is rusticating at the old homestead near
this pipee. Living in Newberry would
break down the stoutest of us-this is
the place to become healthy. Come
one, com.e all.
So say the Abbeville Medium. The
idea that~ Newberry will break down
the idoutist- shows that the Medium
knows but little of the salubrity of this
section. Ik- is the garden spot of the
State-efor ditton, and the thermometer
has nom reached beyond 105.. We hope
though that friend Chapin may derive
It makes no difference whether times
are dualor flush, money plenty or other
wise,- or china, croekery, 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 yon 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.
visi them. or send an order. 28-ti
A. MAN FOR THE TIES.-One of the
most stirring and indomitable men in
Columbia is Mr. C. F. Jackson. Dull
times only spur him to make redoubled
efforts, and the consequence is that he
has trade at all times. One of the
means which he brings to bear in all
emergencies is printers's ink. He
spreads it without stint, but still in a
judicious manner, hence his success.
We notice that the first bale of home
made cotton cloth from the Saluda
Mills, manufactured since the war, was
sent to him a few days ago. The brand
is a palmetto tree. It may not be amiss
to remind the reader that Jackson is the
bargain man. it
THE BARBECUE AT KIwARD's T. 0.,
is described to us as having been one of
the biggest, pleasantest and most suc
cessful in every particular which has
taken place in the County in years. It
is thought there were about one thous
and persons present, and each.one of
the number was charged with a maga
zine of good feeling, consequently the
affair could hardly have been other than
a pleasant one. There was music and
dancingLenough to satisfy all Who -had
a taste for the one or a desire to indulge
in the~other. Prof. MlTam and the Cor
net Band were in happy frame, and
Messrs. Lane & Reeder, by the excel
lence of the dinner prepared and all
the other arrangements made, have
won for themselves an enviable reputa
tion. We regret extremely that we
were too unwell to attend.
HELEEA WoRK SHoPs.-We see it
stated in the Columbia Union-Hera7d,
that the rail road shops of Helena are to
be removed to Columbia, and that work
men are now engaged in preparing
buildings for that purpose. This idea
was mooted ayear or two back but no
steps were taken to carry it out, and
we hope that this like the former will
be but a report. We should dislike
very much to see the growing and live
ly town of Helena dismantled of its
work shops and its working population
removed to Columbia. The officials of
the G. & C. R, R., no doubt know what
is best, but it seems to us that a position
so central as that occupied at present,
with buildings already built, must be
better than the extreme point now spo
ken of. We hear the report with re
gret and trust it may not be correct.
We cannot bear the idea of seeing our
sister town deserted.
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines and
Hymn Books, just received at the HER
ALl) Book Store. .23-tf.
A Pic Nrc os BaOAD RIVER.-A
communication giving a lively descrip
tion of apio nicat a desolate spot on
Broad River~ was received too late to be
inserted in fall. The Pomaria beaux
and belles seemed to. have overcome
the loneliness of the~spot by liyely
gamnes, interesting conversation and
tempting viands; They had come
fresh from the interesting exercises of
Bethef School, with buoyant spirits and
an excellent appetite. The smiles and
talk and songs of the fair could hard
ly fail to make the occasion one of en
joyment to the young; for the old, of
course, nobody cares, they must take
care of' themselves.
Send your communications in time
we would say to our correspondents
and above all be concise. Brevity is
the soul of wit and the life of a commu
nication. We will send a paper as de
NA TURAL CJUmOsrrr.-Damne Nature
is about as reliable as the clei-k- of the
weather, and goes on a bender occa
sionally, and the consequence is that
while the old lady is thus engaged
things get out of joint. A four legged
chicken is the last thing on docket-it
was hatched at Monticello and exhibit
ed at Ebenezer Camp Ground. The
most remarkable feature is that the ex
tra pair of legs are pendant from that
part of the chicken which is the last to
get over the fence, and had the Iird
been hatched in the days of Noah, it
might be inferred that the addition was
intended as a rudder by which the bird
could guide itself on the waiteof waters.
There being no flood; or need of rud
ders, we suppose the old lady thought
she was getting up a new sewing which
needed an "extra attachment." If this
view is not correct we give it up.
NOES ROM PO~mA.-At this im
portant point in our County we under
stand the Masonic fraternity, the Patrons
of Husbandry and the Knights of Jericho
have united in the-building of a large
hall, two stories high, 26x60 feet in
size-the timber for framing at hand
the upper story to be used as the place
of meeting of the three orders, the lower
part as a school room, in addition to
tie one now in use, 20x40 feet. Our
citizens at that point appear to be alive
to the interest of education and the pro
motion of the interests of the several
orders in that section. The flourishing
school at that point, within four miles
of the farthest church of four, one
Methodist and three Lutheran, renders
the neighborhood of peculiar interest
to those who desire religious and edu
Mr. David Hipp's store at Pomaria
was entered the night of the 29th of
July, and merchandize carried off suf
ficient to start a decent little shop. Such
thefts are becoming too frequent, and it
is time that our people should make an
example of such villains, as it appears
the courts are inadequate to protect the
property of the citizens.
We learn that Rev. Godfrey Dreher
died on the 29th inst. at the residence
of his son-in-law, Rev. Daniel Efird,
Pine Ridge, Lexington Co., at the ad.
vanced age of 86 years. Father Dreher
was among the few in number who or
ganized the Synod of the Evangelical
Church of this State over fifty years
ACCEPTABLE.-One of the finest an'
best pocket knives which ever grace
the editorial table was laid upon ours
few days ago by Capt. J. F. Speck. I
is a beauty in finish and as keen as
razor, and serves an admirable purpos
now that our scissors have grown du]
and rusty. We have been at a loss fo
some time in being unable to tell vh
some one did not send in a knife or pai
of scissor's, and supposed it was on ac
count of the old superstition that th,
present of a sharp instrument of an;
kind cuts friendship. We are glad tba
Speck's mind is clear on this point
Our best thanks are tendered him. N
knife can cut our love in two.
CA_MP MEETING.-Ebenezer Cam]
Ground presented an animated specta
cle on Saturday, in the large crow<
which gathered from far and near, bu
it was nothing to that seen on Sunday
Perhaps no previous occasion of thi
kind ever brought so many people to
gether before-people from the mos
remote pirts of the County were in at
tendance, and so great the number 0
vehicles which passed over the variou
roads iding thereto that the dust roll
ed in thick volumes, settling over an<
covering everything and everybody h
a thick coating. Had rain fallen pre
vious to the meeting there would hav
been nothing to complain of. It i
pleasant to say that notwithstandint
the greatness of the crowd and- the va
riety of its composition that the verl
best order and harmony prevailed fron
beginning to end, and that the meetinc
terminated on Tuesday morning witd
the happiest results. ,
WORxEn LIKE BEAVES.--On Mon
day afternoon.of last week, canip meet
ing goers who visited Ebenezer wer(
filled with forebodings that all thing
would not be ready. But one tent wa
covered and the covering of the im
mense stand or arbor but just coM
menced. No.one had hope that tb
seventy-five thousand shingles whic
lay in piles upon the ground could b(
placed in position by Thursday, but th(
despondency gave way on Tuesdai
morning, the first bright rays of the suz
revealing to the anxious committee f
small battallion of stalwart, s=n-brown
ed workers, with coats off and-. sleeve.
rolled up ready for action. Wherc
there's a will there's a way, and the
day had not advanced far ere it wal
seen that the difficulties of the situatior
could be surmounted, roofs all shingled,
spring fixed and ground cleaned off, an
that when Thursday brought preachers
nd people together there would be no
thing to prevent the raising of their
voices in Ebenezers, for Ebenezer camp
ground was finished. The ~committee
md friends who contributed so largely
f time and means are entitled to great
ABOUT THE TowNi ANDl COUNTY.
At last the Heavens have melted Inte
refreshing showers, We hope it was
nly an instalment, as more is needed
y our burning crops.
Watermelons are plentiful now and
sell at from 5 to 25 cents.
Major K. says he believes in Jute and
nvites skeptics to look at his crop.
"Ts sweet to wait, but oh how bitter
o wait for a girl, and then not git 'er.'
A prominent business man of this
place spends his afternoons playing the
festive game of croquet.
Our advice is not to dun any one dur
ing ?he dog days. It is safer to wait
for a change of weather.
The reflection of the sun from Mollo
hon Row makes our 'sanctum windovi
nything but a pleasant place.
How we long for weather which will
inspire a good local. ~Just now wit13
the thermometer at 100 it is out of the
uestion to write.
Every horse, wagon, buggy, carriage
nd other vehicle was in requisition or
Sunday, and Ebenezer Camp Ground
It is rumored that there will soon be
another Drug Store in town. 'Wehope
it will have the eiffset of lessening: th(
price of Epsom Salts.
Mr. and Mrs. W: O. Goree have re
turned from a trip westward and across
the mountains of Tennessee. They are
looking remarkably well.
The lighining rod men are doing
sharp work-they have struck the pub
tic at the right time in one respect, bu'
then they get no money.
Speck's Soda Water, Ice Cream and:
Lemonade are all the rage-what the
poople would do without them it is hard
to conjecture. Our thanks are eminent
ly due Speck.
In the memory of the oldest inhabit
ant never was there a greater scarcity
>f money than at present. A man'i
life is jeoparded if he asks another tc
settle that little bill.
Why I thought you were at Glenn'
Spring, has been repeated to us at les
five hundred times the last week. W<
reply yes-but you did not expect us t<
stay there always. We don't own th4
If there is anything calculated t<
make even a man of the most rugge<
constitution nervous, it is to have tw<
or thee children standing around eat
ing bread and molasses when his nev
lothes come home.
A lady correspondent, who assume
to know how boys ought to be trained
writes as follows: "Oh, mothers! hun
out the soft, tender, genial side of you
boy's nature." Mothers often do-witl
an old shoe.
Five hundred large melons wore re
eived at the store of A. D. Lovelace
on Wednesday last. They came fror
ugusta, average weight about 3
pounds. They went off like hot roll
t cnts anh.
a To write witty and sparkling tbingl
d every day, whether in the mood or not,
a and where there is no material out o1
t which to coin them-and a whole 'col
a umn at that-is one of the greatest la
e bors that can be undertaken.
I- List 'tis music stealing-every 6ther
r house in town, whether dwelling or
F store, has its complement of horns, fid
r dies and flutes. School professors have
become musically inoculated. A change
a may be looked for with the advent of
F the first bag of new cotton.
t Somebody whose head is level, says:
"Starting a newspaper is fun-anybody
can do it. But we have known people
who had to sit up nights and bustle
around pretty lively to keep one going
after it was started." That is what we
are now doing.
t There was a tazzle onThursday morn
. ing among the lady camp meeting go
s ers to see which would get to the groun
- first with beds, bedding and housekeep
t ing goods. Bless the women, first in
- love, and all other good things, they
f would each pitch the first tent on Ebe.
3 nezer Camp Ground.
A THuNDmERBo.-Various portions
of the State have during the year been
visited by cyclones, hail storras, and
floods of rain, and so much damage has
been done that apprehensions have been
generally felt whenever cloud arose,
in the fear of a visitation of a like dread
ful character. These fears have for
some time been subsiding, and a sudden
cloud or heavy peal of thunder does not
strike so much terror to the heart now
as formerly. In the midst of fancied
security, however, the citizens of Colum
bia have been startled by a THUNDER
BoLT! We are pleased to say that on
investigation it proved to emanate from
Perry & Slawson's Segar Store, and as
nobody was hurt the rejoicing became
general. These gentlemen, it~appears,
manufacture and sell thunderbolts and
warrant them as harmless as doves,
and that a match may even be applied
to one end while the other can be placed
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
son, -the Columbia Segar and Tobacco
Dealers, for a box of Thunderbolts.
List of Letters remainilig in the rost Office
afNewberry, S. C.:
'Casar Atward, T. H. Adams, Fanny Ad
ams, Allen Abanthia, Miss Sallie T. R
Brown, Nannie C. Bishop, Jno. Boyd, cold.,
Miss Fannie Brock, Laura Baleton, Mrs.
Martha Burton, Furman Brooks, Nathan
Ibunts, G. E. Campbell, Mrs. Eve Coleman,
Miss Carrie Caldwell, John A. C. Crooks, Mrs.
Maria Cummings, Isaac Cassa, Louis Fair,
Mrs. Mirgaret Edwards, Stark Giles, col'd.,
Margaret Graham, Frank Gilliam, L. C. Har
ris, Miss Mary J. James, H. M. Johnson,
Miss Lucy Irby,.Thos. D). Jones, J. H. John
stoD, James Kitchens, Happy D). Kinard, F.
Kitchens, Mrs. Lilly Kates, Henry Long, B.
Lindsey, C. L. Lanird, Josephine McCal
lough, Pollie Montgomery, Robt. McKinley,
Thomas McMorris, J. L..Morgan, Miss Ma
ria MKeele, Frank Roop, Miss M. J. Ruth
erford, M. Rotholes, E. G. Roberts, W. Sice,
col'd., M, S. Buff, Miss Mary E. Salley,
Charles Scott, Mrs. E. B. Stewart,.W. A.
Simmons, Burr Spence, Calvin Smith, Win.
Turner, James Wicker, Dan'l Whittle; Miss
M. Z. Willis, Miss N. Whitmire, Ja's. Wil
liams, Angeline Wony, L. L. Young & Co.
A young lady, after reading atten
tivly the title of a novel, called "The
Last Man," exclaimned, "Bless me; if
such a thing were ever to happ-en, what
would become of the women."
Yet another warning. Joseph Bates,
of Vermont, falls dead while carrying
in an armful of wood. Show this para
graph to your wife. Nay, cut it out
and pin it to the woodshed door.
When a boy falls and peels the skin
off his nosthe frst thing he does is to
get up and yell. -When a girl tumbles
and hurts herself badly, the first thing
she does is togetiup and look at her
A literary ice-cart driver, who has
been annoyed by children who have
been in the habit of pilfering his ice,
now displays as a warning: "N. B."
He thinks they will understand that
hatmeins "Take Not-ice!"
A widow, being cautioned by her
minister about flirting, said she knew
it was wrong for maidens and wives to
flirt, but the Bible was her authority.
It said "widow's mite." She was flirt
ing awfully at last accounts.
He leaned on the fence pouring out
warm vows of love and admiration 'to
the lovely being on the other ride. It
was dark. We could not see her face;
but she said: "Pray desist. You are
too vacillating. Only a week ago you
told the same story three doors below
here." They parted.
A paragraph is going the rounds of
-the newspapers to this effect :-There
is one good wife in the country, and
every man thinks he has her. Old
Brown, who is bald, and whose wife
has red hair and a wicked eye, read this
and murmured, as he meditatively pass
ed his hand over his hand, "I dunno!
"Arrah, me darlint," cried Jan.ie
O'Flannigan to his loquacious sweet
heart, who had not given him the op
portunity to "get in a word even edge
wise" during a two hours ride behind
> the little bay nags in his oyster wagon,
"are ye afther knowing why your cheeks
are like my ponies there?" "Shure and
its because they're red, is it?" quoth
- the blushing Bridget. "Faith, and a
better ralson than that, mavourneen.
Because there is one of them aich side
of a wagon tongue."
SNoTEIN!G Is xoRE LADY r,IKE than the
t use of fine note paper and a neat fashiona
ble envelope. So think the fortunate re
r' ceivers of such billet-doux, The sweetness
1 of a charming sentence is rendered more de
licious, if conveyed on a delicate tinted sheet
of Piie's Note Paper. It is bad taste in a
gentleman writing to a lady on inferior sta~
tionery. If you wish to be posted on the
, latest novelties, the fashion in these matters,
Senclose a stamp to Walker, Evans & Cogs.
wel-o n fter itefsinbos
well foard Eonqett, oftir sendl fasn ofors,
S"Crdcerh ltiet, ofapr send eneordes ofo th
ltst sylerh Dolot forgaet a eesf tme
atos styde. D no fo~rget atesaetm
en aran, a mannemm. m--tf.
Catalogues of the Books published by
the Methodist Book House, at Nash
ville, can be seen at the HERALD Book
Store, and any selection made there
from,will be ordered with promptness.
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-tf- HERALD BOOK STORE.
BEAR IT IN M >ND that transient adver
tisements must be paid for in advance.
Subscriptions the same. Job work,
cash on delivery.
No accounts 1.re kept in the Book
Store either, and parties wanting books
or stationery must come prepared to
pay for them. 20-tf,
NEwBERY, August 3--Cotton market
dull, with but little offering, at 13 cents.
Number of bales..sbipped during week, 36.
CH&ELESTON, August 2.-Cotton dull
AUGUSTA, August 2.-Cotton dull and
nominal; nothing doing-middling 141.
BALTIMORE, August 2.-Cotton firm
NEw YoRE, August 2.-Cotton firm-sales
2,040 bales at 14a15. Gold firm at 1.121a
Newberry Prices Current.
By IAYES & MARTIN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2 00
Dry, per bushel...........150 al 75
BAGGING-Gunny- r yard.......... - a 14
ROPE-Manilla, per .... 20 a 25
BA1ON-Hams per ............. 16 a 18
Sh - ..1b ........ 10a 1lj
... id.s,.p.r.....,,,,...... 4 15
BLUE STONE, perlb.............a 15
BEEF lb........................ 8 a 121
BUTT ountry, per 1b...........25 a 30
CHEESF.-E.D..................... 18 a 20
CHICKENS-per head............... 15 a 30
CACO-per yard................ 10 a 12
COPPER lb.............. .-8a 10
CORN, per buel..................125 al 85
CORN 3EAL, bolted, per bushel.... SIB5
CANDLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a -20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............... 25 a 28
Laguyra, r lb.......... a 82
Jav per ........... -a 40
COTTON YARN, per bunch.......... 8155
DOMESTICS-44 per yard...-...... 12 a 14
7-8 * ....... 10a. 12
8:4 "f ...... - . a 8
EGGS per dozen. .......... .. - a .
F W rbbl,...,,..,*,...7" oo 29.
GUNP DER, per 1b........... - 40
IRON TIES, per............ -a 7
IRON-American refined, per pound 61 a 7
Swedes....................... 9 a 10
Band......................... a 8
Hoop....................... . - a 12
Plow Steel.................... a 12
Potware........, 0l 12
LARD, ~1b... ........... 18a 90
LUMBER-Wide Boards, per M ft.. .1200 a2000
Scantling, per X ft......1000 a2000
Flooring, per X ft ......100 00
MOLASSES--Cub gal.......... 50 a 60
West hdia,per gal.... 60 a 75
New Orleans, per gal... 90 al 00
MACKEREL-per half barrel....... 6 00 00
per Iit.,.,.,,.......2 00 '' 00
MADDE fr ...................- a 40
NAILS, pereg......................5 00a600
OATS, per busel................... a 75
ONIONS , per bushel.................- 300
OIL-Kerosene, per gal.............. a 40
Linseed,boiled................ al 35
Linseed, raw................... Al 40
Tanner's Suraits ............... 100 a]
T S-Iio, peIrbusbl.'.'.'.'..'.'.'. - a2 00
Sweet, perbushel........ - a 75
PAINrS-White Lead, per lb........ 12 a 14
Chemical, per gal........ - 260
RICE, per lb.............. a 10
SALT, Ier sack................................. -a 90
SHINGLES, per 1000.................5 90 aQ 00
SUGA.-r&erized, per lb,.,,,,,.., a
C rused, per lb.............. a
A, -1r b............. f
Brown, per lb........... a1
SPIBITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00*a800
French Brandy.........- a1400
Rye Whiskey........ 8 50a6 00
Holis ,,s........,,- aS 00
T OfHmn T 1............al 00
TEr ........... ...1 50a2 50
Impra, per lb.............1 75 a2 5
Blak, per Ib................1 00 ad 75
TALLOW per lb................. 8 a 10
VINEGA#r-Cider, per gal............... a 50
VARNISHES-Coach body, per gal.4 00*a450
WHEAT, per bushel.......'- -
.1 em scellaneous.
To Rent or Lease.
The undersigned will rent or lease his
plantation in the fork of Little and Saluda
Rivers. It is sufficient for six mules. There
is:provender and stockt on the place enough
to' run It. The only recommendation is
that no corn has ever been bought to run
For particulars, apply to
W. L. SPEARMAIN,
July 28, 30-4t. . Jalapa, S. C.
COT TON GINSl
THE COTTON GINS made by the sub
scribers have been tried ..and approved.
ALL WORK WARRANTED. SATISFAC
REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER.
-We have- also several BUGGIES and
WAGONS FOR S ALE CHE AP.
NEWBERRY, 5. 0.
June 9, 18'75-23-Sm.
TILLMAN & DAWKINS,
One 3)oor Below Baltimore Corner, on Adams
. . 8tz'eet.
Gentlemen guaranteed a clean shave, a
neat cut and polite attention.
June 9, 23-tf.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
I hereby forewarn all persons whomso
ever against traveling through any portion
of my plantation, except by the public
roads which run through it. Trespassers
will be dealt with to the full extent of the
law THOS. I. L AKE.
July 14, 28-At.
To the Members or the South
Ministers of the South Carolina Methodist
Conference are respectfully informed that
having made arrangements with the Pub
lishing House at Nashville, Tenn., I am en
abled to supply them with any of the Books
or Publications of that House on the same
per centage that they have hitherto been
All orders accompanied by the Cash,
either through P. 0. Money Order or by
Draft, will be promptly filled.
In sending orders, write name and Post
Ofcleil.THOS. F. GRENEKER,.
Proprietor HERALD Book Store.
Jan. 13, 2-tf.
SPARTAKB URG, S. C.
Water Alterative and Tonic ; Climate
dry, bracing -and healthful. Every atten
tion paid to guests.
RityERENCEs -IN CoLUMBIA.-Maj. D. B.
Miller, A. Palmer, Col. Joe. Daniel Pope,
Prof. L. Plate and S. J. Perry.
WILL OPEN JUNE 15.
ET HACKS meet visitors at Spartan
burg C. H. .JOHN B. BLACK,
Jne 9, 28tf Resident Manager.
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
S. P. BOOZER & C0
For Newberry County.
In offering this COTTON GIN to our fr
perfect confideree that it will give them sati
Gins the past season to persons named belo,
ing: Messrs. J. Newton Fowles, Moses M.
Vaughan, and W. P. Gilliam, of Newberry (
A. Y. Thompson, of Laurens County.
Price, $3.50 per Saw, Del
Sample of Gin may be seen at our Store
Liberal arrangements made with approi
EVERY GIN FULLY WARRANTED.
Newberry, S. C., July 21, 1875-29--2m
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Ex Parte-Thomas Bailey Milford, Probate
In Re-John C. Wilson, as Adn'r., of T.
R. Wilson, dec'd.
Ursula F. Wilson and others.
Petition to Prove Debt and for Relief,
* * *4 * .* *
Ordered, That the Creditors of Thomas
R. Wilson, dec'd., be required to render on
oath, and establish their respective de
mands, on or before the first .day of Sep
tember next, in this Court, whereof due
notice shall be given by advertisement.
J. 0. LEAHY, J. P.
July 26, 1875-30-3t.
For the following- popular COTTON
The Neblett & Goodrich.
The Georgia Gin.
The Winship Gin.
The Taylor Gin..
The Chapman Gin.
The Gullett Gin.
Also Agents for Winship's
Cotton Press and Smith's
July 7, 27-t.
Something New, Beau
tiful; Durable and
Cheap for Cov
ering and Or
Nothing has come before the public in
our estimation so practical and economical
as the Abrams' Metallic Grave Cover. Itis
certainly just the thing that the peop14
writ', and *re are now introducing them;
for sale sinigle or club rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of the
following Gounties, viz:
Spartanbuirg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and
Call and see specimen at John B. Mar
tin's Buggy Emporium.
Any further information wanted will rv
eive prompt attention by calling on or aa
W. H. WISEMAN, Agt.~
Ilay 5, 18-tf. Newberry, s. C.
Obtained, Rest and Cheapest, by
LOUIS BACCER & CO.,
SOLICITORS OF PATENTS,
O0uces, Federal Buildings,
WASHINGTON, 0. C.
WSen stap for prned p bphet, con
to obtain Patents.
July 7, 27--t.
Perhaps few of our readers know that
the largest Organ .manufacturer is Jacob
Batey. This instrument is guaranteed for
five years. It is superior both in tone and
structure, and has all the latest improve
One of these instruments can be seen at
Eix's Gallery, over Mrs. Mower's Store,
biewberry. We earnestly ask all who may
be interested to call and examine for them
selves, see catalogues, etc.
Prices ranging from $60 to $1,000.
~L. A. HAWKINS, Agent.
July 14, 28-2m.
Respectfully inform their customers and
the public generally, that they have in
A Full and Elegant Stock
Clothing, Rats, Caps,
And a comiplete assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
All of which will be sold at prices to suit
An inspection of our stock is solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
iends this season, we do so with the most
sfaction in every particular. We sold seven
r, and beg to refer to them as to their work
Coppock, N. B. Davenport, Connelly &
ounty, and Messrs. Todd & Duvall and 1r.
ivered at Newberry Depot.
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Drugs X Fancy alrtiles.
Dr. S. F. FANT,
'"OLEMMX MM R=TAML
OuGGIST IND CHM[q
NEWBERRY, S. C.:
PRORIPTIONS CMEMY COROMID
AT ALL HOURs OF THE DAY AND NIGHT.
PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S ROOM
so Over the Drug Store. -f
DR. H. 13AER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 181 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-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. H. Blease, next door to J. D.
Cash's Store, where he may be found at
ALL HOURS un16ss absent professionally.
TilOIIit P. SLIDEII,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office above McFall & FoolPs and next
door to NI. A. Carlisle's Office.
Albusines will be promptly attended to.
M'FALL & 00FPIELD,
PHYSIGIANS AND SURGEONg,
Respectfully solicit the patronage of the
citizens of Prosperity and vicinity.
W. T. McFALL, M. D.
JAS. A. C0FIELD, K. D.
Feb. 17l, 7i-6m.
The undersigned, being grvdd wt
the most improved instruments, is-prepared
to do all kinds of SURVEYING with accu
racy and dispatch.
All orders left at Suber Ar Caidwell's Law
Office, or Mrs. C. Mower's Store will receive
F. WERBER,. a.,
Oct. 7, 40-1y. Deputy Surveyor
WILLe H. THOMAS,
Attorney and Counseller at Law,
REWBERRY, - - -- SOUTH CAROLINA.
All lga bsines entutd tthis ofce
Correspondene from abroadsoite.
Stot,es, Tin Ware, Ac.
STOITES, TIN WilEB, &C.
L. H. REDUS, Agt.,
(SUCCESSOR TO W. T. WEIGHT.)
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 alaatio fe toc,adloderdfo
Anr exaliaiond of stock , Aores.o
L. H. REDUS, .h~ent.
Dec. 16, sO-tf.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Xe.
1,000 BUSHELS COEN.
500 BUSHELS OATS.
SBUSHELS FRESH GROUND
fr00 $7BtL $ er rr al gmdes,
300 B"EL gLSa raes
10,000 LBS. BAO ES,Smoked
LBS. SMOKED SHOULDE.
1,000 CB SEDU CHS ED
000 LBS. NICE LEAF LARD, in
Tierces. Kegs and Buckets.
B R E S SUGAR, al grades,brown,
25white and granulated.
10 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
2 sAME. OLD GOVRME= AV
30 BARR=S 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
,mO. F. HARMON',
may 19, W-4f.
IECEIIN AND IN SIOUI
A FUU LINE
Sprg and 2ummer Gods!
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
RespeMilly call atten! ton otheir elegant,
asend varied stock of gos mn
ch can be found all kindsf class
Dress Goods, Calicoes Hosiery, Gloves,
Laes, Collars, RibbonSf1omespuns.
asmrs,Cloths Kerss Draw
erg, Socks..,Co HaesMr.Daw
Domestic and Staple Goods in endless va;
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHIEB,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
. A fine assortment of -
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A superior lot of
UMBRETL.AS, for hand and bnggy.
FIN E AND COMMON TREUNKES,
Among which are those convenient and ele
Ishr ayand ever article in our va
eeted, and whic w warrn to b is
class, and which win be
SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
We are alasgladto show ourgoodsand
1. W.&LR.S. CHIUK.
Apr. 21, 10-tf.
T. J. LIPSCOIiD
Pratt Street, Under Pool's Hotl;%
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would respectfully call the attention ot
the public to his stock, which consists of
&c., &c., &c.
which will be kept constantly on hand.
Give me a call, for you wil find it,
To Your Interest to Do So,
As I am prepared to.
Give You Bargains.
Mar. 3, 9-6m.
J, . 1VIL8ON & CO.,
01 all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Hams,
Flour: Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BAWBNC AND TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRo
OERY STORE, andall ofwhichw wil
BE SOLD CHEAP
Oct- 15 41-1y. - .^