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' them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence
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INDEX TO NEw ADvErTISEXENTS.
D. Jennings & Son and J. D. Aiken-Fer
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
THoxPsON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store,
The Editor is still absent but will
come back to-day; his return is needed
as different hands have been trying
their skill on the machine and the boss
workbian may be requiied to keep it in
A good many houses are being re
The mosquitos are getting worse; the
police ought to bring out their flying
The first bale of cotton at Prosperity
was sold by Jacob Singley, 28th Aug
ust, at 13 7-8 cents.
Chinmeys ought to be burned out
preparatory to winter use. Do it the
fis any day. Don't forget it.
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines and
Hymn Books, just received at the HER
ALl Book Store. 23-tf.
Our merchants have gone or are
prepaing to go to the great marts of
the contry to lay in their fall andWin
ter stock of goods.
Mr. W. H. #arrow had a wagon load
Sof fine peachesin town which sold in
less than no time. The HALDr. was
The newly organized Debating So
ciety at Marion, has chosen for its first
.meeting the query: "Which is the most
destructiveto Fowls,Preachers or Owls."
The clergy are expected to be out and
take part in the discussion, as we learn
from the Merchant & Farmer.
If the Editors were inicluded the Owls
-would not stand the ghost of a chance.
The exercises of the "Centennial" in
Philadelphia will be opened by singing
"Old Hnared" in all languages at the
same time. Gilmore, of Boston miusi
cal celebrity, has been engaged to in
sure universal Harmony; everybody
will understand.everybody else at the
bottom of agiass of lager, and the tower
of Babel will be finished out of New
berry College brick.
rMr. J. S. Brooks; of Mississippi, has
exhibited to us two patents. The Lynch
Cultivator and Hens' Nest. The latter
is the invention of Mrs. Julia P. Cle
ment, of Willramston, S. C., and is
very ingenious and practical. Mr.
Brooks will be here until sale-day,
ready at all times to exhibit his patents.
He wishes to dispose of County and
IMP?ROVED BALE TIE.-DO our far
mers know about the improved bale tie
just patented by A. A. Szabo, Houston,
Texas. The invention consists in an
imiproved bale tie block havi?g a lat
erally open side slot from whose end
proceeds a hole that extends obliquely
through the block with crampmng
grooves, whereby the band can be
tightened on the bale with great facility
and without liability to slip.
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.
A speech by Col. J. P. Thomas on
South Carolina in Arms, Arts and In
dustry, which he delivered throughout
the State last fall, and which was very
highly complimented by the entire
press, has come out in pamphlet form,
and is for sale at Chapman's bookstore.
Every son of South Carolina, who is
interested in the part which his native
State has played in the development of
this great country, should not fail to
procure it. It will ennoble his spirit and
strengthen his purpose to emulate the
deeds of his ancestors. The typo
graphicai appearance is very neat-but
why should a pamphlet which extols
the arts and industries of the State be
printed in New York? Walker, Evans
& CogsWell, in Charleston, can do as
eignt- work as any odice in the North.
The Due W est census has been in
creased by one; but it doesn't make
much difference to the political world,
as it's only a girl.-Abbeville Medium.
By the time she is twenty-one she'll
vote; male or female will be the party
cry then, and as the women outnumber
the men in the United States, she may
be President yet. Do not attach too
little importance to the Due West oc
currence, brother Medium.
BEAR IT IN MxD that transient adver
tisements must be paid for in advance.
Subscriptions the same. Job work,
cash on delivery.
No accounts are kept in the Book
Store either, and parties wanting books
or stationery must come prepared to
pay for them. 20-tf.
THE FIRST BALE made its appear
ance in this town at ten o'clock on last
Thursday, the 26th ult. It was raised
by Mr. Allen M. Nichols, near Bouk
night's Ferry, and weighed 501 pounds;
it created quite an excitement among
the cotton merchants and was finaliy
bought by Mr. Thos. F. Harmon for
15 cents a pound. This is the third
year he has secured the first bale. We
hope it may bring him good luck in the
THE ROAD.-Much activity is being
manifested by the road overseers
throughout the county, and the roads
are being put in order for the winter
hauling. It is now thought that a sys
tem has been inaugurated which will
be of lasting benefit and which will
contribute to the comfort and con
venience of the travelling public.
Hope we will be able to -inaugurate
a similar system in this County. Thus
far nobody has been able to dete,t any
system at all, and if there is any ac
tivity it is exercised on the sly.
THE HOOK & LADDER Co., were
out again last week; the boys appeared
in their red uniform and presented a
fine appearance. Their practice was
better than ever; the emulation of the
different squads made the contest quite
exciting. They have likewise a gong
to summon their mW-nbers. It is an
old hotel gong and not quite trained to
the new business. It will soon learn
to bring the members to the Truck
House as quick as it did the boarders
to the dinner table.
RELiGIous NOTICE.-As the New
Church will not be ready for us by 1st
Sunday in Septewber, no meeting will
be held there at that time. As soon
after it is completed as possible it will
be occupied, and the public notified of
time of dedication.
Our special meeting at Tranquil will
embrace the 3d Sunday in September,
beginning on Saturday, at 11 o'clock.
At Tabernacle, 4th Sunday in Sep
tember, and at Sharon on 1st Sunday
THOS. G. HERBERT,
P'reacher in Charge.
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 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
CONCERT AT HELENA.-Prof. Schmitt
will give a Concert at Helena to-night
(Wednesday,) he will be assisted by
his talented daughter, Mrs. Grobe,
Prof. Milam and some of his pupils.
The Professor has deserved well of this
place in trying to keep up the musical
spirit in this community under great
difficulties; he should be liberally pa
tronized. To hear Mrs. Grobe play on
glasses should alone be sufficient in
ducement. There will be an extra
train to start from the Depot a 7 1-2
o'clock, to return as soon as the Con
cert is over, which will convey visitors
free of charge. Tickets to be had at
Dr. Fant's, at Newberry, and from Dr.
Fallaw and Mr. Zobel, at Helena.
Mr. Baird has quite a bird aquarium
in front of his butcher stall. He has
the biggest owls that ever peeped
through darkness. Their eyes look as
if they could pierce a lamp post. Speak
ing of lamp posts, we would remark
that our street lamps would not much
impair their vision. At Marion, as we
have mentioned, they have proposed the
query, What's more dangerous to fowl,
preacher or owl? Send Mr. Baird's and
it would greatly strengthen the argu
ment of the owl party. He has like
wise a strange fowl, half guinea, half
turkey, with a trace of pea-fowl; a re
marka ble hybrid. After you have looked
at them sufficiently, face about and buy
a piece of good beef.
CoroN STATEMET.-We are indebt
ed to Mr. Jno. A. Kinard, Loading
Clerk at the Newberry Depot, for the
following statement of cotton shipped
from this Depot from September 1st,
1874, to September 1st, 1875. The
amount shipped is 1,364 bales less than
September, - - - - 731
October, . . - 5,251
November, - - - -4,596
December, - - - - 4,714
January, - - - - 2,858
February, - - - - 2,814
March, - - - - - 1,739
April, - - - - - 1,206
May, - - - - - 738
June, - - - - - 262
IJuly, - - - - - 230
Auust, - - - - 117
'tr, - - - - 25.156
TRANsFUsION oF BLOOD.-Dr. G. W.
Garmany, assisted by Dr. John M.
.Thompson, of Silver Street, successfully
transfused four ounces of blood into the
arm of a negro man by means of the
Aveleigh transfuser. The blood was
taken from the veins of the patient's
son. The patient, who lives at the.
place of Mr. John Spearman, Jr., was
in a state of collapse and pulseless. In
a short time his pulse returned and it
is now full and regular. The opera
I tion was performed two days ago and
the patient is doing well. Transfusion
has been a kind of myth with us, but it
now appears in our midst as an agent
of practical value.
Copying Ink in stone jugs, and Mark
ing or Indelible Ink of superior quali
ties, Chalk Crayons, Congress Letter
and Commercial Note, Repp. Initial
and other papers, just received at the
32-3 HERALD BOOK STORE.
A THUNDERBOLT.-Various portions
of the State have during the year been
visited by cyclones, hail storms, 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
fal 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 Pei-ry & Slaw
son, the Columbia Segar and Tobacco
Dealers, for a box of Thunderbolts.
The Multiplication of Diseases.
Diseases multiply. One begets another.
A trifling indisposition may, therefore, origi
nate a complication of dangerous maladies.
Indigestion begets far more formidable dis
eases; a multitude of ailments are traceable
to constipation; fever and ague unhinges
the entire nervous system, and is, therefore,
the source of the protean ailments which af
fect that portion of .he human organism.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, however, wheth
er resorted to at the inception of those disor
ders of the stomach, bowels or liver, which
give birth to the majority of diseases and dis
abilities, or taken when they have ripened
into formidable maturity, are alike powerful
to care. The process of recovery is, of course,
longer when the malady has gained head
way, but it is none the less certain. Dyspep
sia, constipation, biliousness, kidney com
plaints and intermittent fever, invariably
yield to the operation of the great alterative
and inivigorant. 35-5t.
STEAM POWER PnINTING.-Pamphlets of
all kinds are cheaply and expeditiously
printed by Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Charleston, S. C. Their presses are in full
blast on this class of work, but still their
facilities are so great that there is always
room for more work. Proceedings of Meet
ings, Conventions, College Commencements,
Speeches, Briefs, &c., &c., are executed in
the best style and with greatest dispatch. tf
NEWBERRY, S. C., August 31.--Cotton
Number of bales shipped during week-27.
CHARLEsTON, August 30.-Cotton quiet
AUGUSTA, August 30.--Cotton-demand
fair; offerings light-middling 132.
BALTIMORE, August 30.-Cotton quiet
NEw YoRK, August 30.-Cotton steady at
14a5. Gold strong at 141a141.
LIVEEPooL, August 30.-Cotton Steady
middling uplands 73-16; middling Orleans 71.
Newberry Prices 1Current.
By KAYES & MARTIN
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2 00
Dry, per bushel........1 50 al 75
BAGGINGGunfy-ner yard.... - a 14
EOE-M4anius, per lb... .......... 20 a 25
BACON-Hams, per lb............. 15 a 18
Shoulders, per lb........ 10 a 11j
Sides, per lb............. 14a 15
BLUE STONE, perib............... a 15
BEEF-per lb................... 8 a 12j
BUTTER-Country, per lb.......... 25 a 30
CHEESE-E. D................. 18 a 20
CHCKENS-per head............ 15 a 30
CALICO-per yard...............- 10 a 12j
COPPERA-per lb............... 8 a 10
CORN, per bushel................1 25 al 85
CORN MEAL, bolted, per bushel.... al 85
CANDLES-Adamanltinle, per sett... 18 a 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............ 25 a 28
Laguyra, prr1b........ a 32
COTTON YARN. per bunch.........al 55
DOMESTICS-44 per yard........ 12 a 14
7-8 " ..... 0a 12
3-4 " ..,,. a 8
EGGS. per dozen................ -a 20
FLOUR, per bbl................7 00 a9 00
GUNPOVDER, per lb........... - a 40
IRON TIES,per lb.......... - a 7.
RON-AmeriCan refined, per pound 6 7a
Swedes..................... 9a 10
Band..............--..... a 8
Hoop...............-..... a 12
Plow Steel.................. a 12
Potware............-.- 10 a 12
LARD, per lb.................. a 20
LU31BEi-wide Boards, per M ft.. .1200 a2000
Scantling, per M ft.. 1000 a2000
Flooring, per M ft...1500 a2000
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gal......... 50 a 60
West India, per gal.... 60 a 75
New Orleans, per gal... 90 al 00
MACKEREL-per half barrel... 600 a8 00
per Kit..........2 00 a300
MADDER-per lb................ - a 40
NAILS, per keg.................5 00 a6 00
OATS. per bushel................. a 75
ONIONS, per bushel. ............ - a3 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gal........... - a 40
Linseed,boiled................ al 35
'Linseed, raw................ al 40
Tanner's, Straits........... 100 al125
PEAS, per bushel.... ......... - .1 00 m1 25
POTATO-rish, per bushel..... ..- a2 00
Sweet, per bushel......- a 75
PAIN ?S--White Lead. per lb....... 12 a 14
Chemical, per gal.......- a2 50
RICE, per lb. .................--- a 10
SALT, per sack..................-- - a90
SHINGLES, per]100.............5 00 a6 00
SUGAR-Pulverized, per lb.......... a 131
Crushed, per lb............. a 131
A, nr b..... ........... a 13
C, - .tra, perl1......... a 121
Brown, per lb............... a 121
Silver................... a 00
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal. .. .2 00 a8 00
French Brandy........- 1400
Rye Whiskey........... 8 50 a6 00
Holland Gin............-- a8 00
Of Turpentine..............al 00
TEA-Hyson1, pr lb................ 1 50 a2 50
impea, per lb............. 1 75a2 53
Blac, per lb................... 1 00 al 75
TALLOW, per16................. a 10
VINEGAR-Cider, per gal............ a 50
VARNISHES-Coach body, per gal.4 00 a4 50
Copal, per gal.......a3 00
WHEAT, per bushel......-----.--- - -
Cotton Saw Oins.
Equal to any in the country, with an im
proved COTTON ROLL, superior to any
J. 31. ELLIOTT,
Winnsboro', S. C.
REEENc.S.-W. B. Creight, R. R1 Agt.,
and Maj. T. W. Woodward, Pres'm State
Agricultural an,d Mechanical Society, Winns
boo. .a C. . An. 4. 31-2m*
It is Not Generally Known
That the shortest possible route between
the South and Great West is through St.
Louis, over the St. Louis, Kansas City and
Northern Short Line. This road has gained
surprising importance by reason of immense
expenditures in the last two years, of over
two million dollars, besides earnings, in im
provements of road-way, in relaying their
line with best quality of new steel and iron
rails, on broad new ties, and substituting
for ordinary cars, new reclining chair coach
es, elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dress
ing rooms with toilet conveniences for la
dies; gentlemen and families traveling with
children, without any extra charge. This
line runs six fast Expresstrains between tMe
Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, two more
than any other road, and connects with all
the great Land Grant Roads in the West,
and has adopted all modern appliances for
comfort, speed and safeguards against acci
dents,including nightandday watchmen,who
inspect the road before and after the passage
of each train to see that everything is in or
der. We recommend those contemplating a
trip West to take the St. Louis, Kansas City
and Northern Short Line, it being the only
line running through cars between St. Louis
and Omaha, and for tickets over this excel
lent line we refer our readers to any ticket
agent selling through tickets to the West. For
map, circulars and Time tables address
either J. F. McCarthy, Cincinnati, 0.; or P.
B. Groat, St. Louis, Mo., either of whom
will furnish any information desired. 4-tf
A large lot of TOBACCO for sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 15TH SEPT.
A. P. PIFER, A. M., Principal,
WITH COMPETENT ASSISTANTS.
The advantages afforded by this institu
tion for a thorough and complete educa
tion, are second to no other in the State,
while the '
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50
in advance, or on satisfactory securities.
Boarding in private families at moderate
For further particulars enquire of the
Secretary of the Board, Mr. S. P. Boozer,
or of A. P. PIFER,
Aug 18, 33-tf. Principal.
The Sixteenth Year of this Institution
will open MONDAY, OCT., 4th. Faculty
complete. Course of * study, thorough,
Government, kind and pareutal. Location,
healthy and pleas int. Terms, reasonable.
The President and his fNmily will occupy
the Gollege, and will have charge of the
The College Building is undergoing
thorough repairs, and will be completely
For Catalogue, address
-J. I. BONNER,
Due West, Abbeville Co., S. C.
Aug. 18, 33-2m.
THOMAS J. LYLES invites his friends in
Newberry and elsewhere, to visit him at the
store of F. B. ORCHARD & CO., in Colum
bia. The stock of Dry Goods is fresh and
general, the prices conform to the dullness
of the times, and our desire and effort shall
be to please all who may purchase from us.
Orders solicited and prompt attention given
to the same. June 9, 23-3m.
The Savannah Morning News
Is generally recognized as the leading
Democratic paper in Georgia. This distinc
tion is the result of the promptness with
which it has defended the South and her
people, and of the vigor and thoughtful
ness with which questions of public policy
have been discussed in its columns. The
MONING~ NEWS is not an organ; it is na
independent Democratic paper of the most
pronounced stripe, and it loses no oppor
tunity to advance and advocate the princi
ples of'government held and propounded
by the Fathers of the Republic. In regard
to news, the M3RNING NEWs makes special
ty of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida
affairs, the latest market reports, telegrams
from all parts of the world, and fresh corres
pondence from all quarters of the South.
Price, $10 for 12 months; $5 for 6 months.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
THE SAVANNAH WEEKLY MORNING NEWS
Will be sent to any address six months for
One Dollar. This is one of the cheapest
weeklies published. It is not a blanket sheet
in which all sorts of matter is promiscuously
thrown. It is a neatly printed four-page
paper, compactly made up and edited with
great care. Nothing of a dull or heavy
character is admitted into the columns of
the WEEKLY. It is an elaborately compiled
compendium of the best things that appear
in the DAILY NEWs, The t,elegraphic des.
patches of the week are re-edited and care
fully weeded of everything that is not
strictly of a news character. It also con
tains full reports of the markets; thus, those
who have not the advantage of a daily mail,
can get all the news, for six months, by
sending One Dollar to thle publisher; or for
one year by sending Two Dollars.
TheTRI-WEEKLY NEWS has the same fea
tures as the DAILY NEys. P'rice, $6 for 13
months; $3 for 6 months.
Money for eithe r paper can be sent by P.
0. order, ,registered letter or Express, at
The Morning News Printing Office
Is the largest in the State. Every descrip
tion of Printing done at the shortest notice.
Blank Books of all kinds made to order.
Book Binding and Ruling executed with
dispatch. Estimates for work prompt)y fur
Address all letters, J. H. ESTILL,
Aug. 4, 31-tf. Savannah, Ga.
PIANOS & ORGANS.
CASH PRICES; EASY TERMS.
From $25 to $100 can be saved in the
purchase of Piano or Organ under our new
system of selling at Cash Prices with Easy
Terms for payments. Pianos have never
before been sold on such favorable terms
in the South.
Fine Pianos at $275, $30i0, $325, and
$350, fully guaranteed.for five years. Terms
$50 cash :nd balance in six months; or,
$100 cash, and balance in one year.
The celebrated Mason & Hamlin
Organs, are also sold upon cash payments
of $25 to $50, and balance in six and twelve
Panos and Organs sold also by small
monthly installments, or rented with privi
lege of purchase. Responsible parties sup
plied on almost any terms desired. Largest
stock in the South to select from and lower
prices than at the North. A good Stool
and Cover with each Piano sold. Special
Terms to Teachers, Schools, Churches and
Granges. Send for our new Reduced
Time Price Lists and Illustrated Cata
LUJDDEN & BATES'
Southern Music House
Dry Goods, Groceries, J-c.
Desiring to make room for
my Fall and Winter Stock,
I am now offering great in
Ladies Dress Goods,
Come one and all and see
for yourselves, at
THOS. Fe HARMON'So
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
Corn, Barley, Oats
1,000 Bushels CORN on
hand and for sale.
200 Bushels BARLEY.
500 Bushels RED SEED
25 Bushels RYE.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
- Aug. 25, 34-tf.
A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Ties.
Fine N. 0. Molasses.
Sugar House Molasses.
Pearl Grist, &c.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
If You Would Save
Where Bargains May Be Had
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
Of All Qualities and Varieties.
Of All Kinds.
BOOTL IIL HATS,
My goods were bought TO SELL AT
LOW PRICEs, and I am-determined
TO SATISY NEIBERLY
All that I ask is an examination of goods
Has the sale on liberal terms of
Middleton's Fish Am&lhated
A No. 1 Fertilizer for Cotton, Gorn, ac.,
made in Charleston, s. C., and guaranteed
to give full satisfaction.
Mar. 31, 13-ti.
JOHN P. KINARD,
4 MILE HOUSE.
st in storeGand receiving a complete
SHOES HATS, LAIS HATS, GOCERIES
UPP VIOS, FAMILY and PLANAI
oier GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CASH
osses on steaig so come arongeverybody
n hadition to teabove, 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
numerous interests, the chief of which is
farmingreual. icesdA ton r,I il
alaly busicnessi Authaioneer whill
a intuedo tha lineARD.c
may be intrusted to my care.
JOHN P. KINARD.
Mar. 11, jl-t
ESTABLISHED Oldest Crockery House in Charleston, So. Ca.
1W IL IA M L. W E B B,
128 MEETING STREET.
Being now prepared for the FALL TRADE FOR 1875, I wish to call the attention of mer
chants to my large and varied stock of
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE,
LOOKING GLASSES, KEBSENE GOODS, JAPANNED WARE, &c.,
A great part of it IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE. Besides staple goods, I keep al
ways a large stock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT CLASS.
My thorough knowledge of the business, acquired by an experience of over Twenty
Years, enables me to buy at the lowest figfures, and consequently to sell at prices on which
the retailer can realize a handsome pront.
WM. L. WEBB,
128 Meeting Street, CHJR.LESTO., S. C.
Aug. 28, 34-2m.
D. F. FLEMING. JAMES . WILSON. JAMES GILFILLIN.
We have received, and are now opening, alarge and new stock of Boots, Shoes, and
FOR FALL TRA'DE.
Orders promptly filed, and all goods with our brand warranted.
D. F. FLEMING & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Manufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 RAYNE STREET, Cor. of Church Street,
Ar7lmCHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 11, 32-2m.
JOHN G. JILNOR. THEO. A. WILBUR. SACOE J. MARTIN
JOHN C. MILNOR & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps, and Straw Goods, Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Etc,
No. 143 MEETING ST., Opp. Rayne St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
NEW YORK OFFICE, 46 WEST BROADWAY.
Prices guaranteed as low as any house in the city, and Terms, to responsible houses,
Orders will meet our prompt and caroful attention. Aug. U, 32-2m.
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
11DB 'C0TT8I il1
8. P. BOOZER & C0O1,
For Newberry County.
In offering this COTTON GIN to our friends this season, we do so with the most
perfect confidence that it wili give them satisfaction in every particular. We sold seven
Gins the past season to persons named below, and beg to refer to them as to their work
ing: Messrs. J. Newton Fowles, Moses M. Coppock, N. B. Davenport, Connelly &
Vaughan, and W. P. Gilliam, of Newberry County, and Messrs. Todd & Duvall and Mr.
A. Y. Thompson, of Laurens County.
Price, $8.50 per Saw, Delivered at Newberry Depot.
Sample of Gin may be seen at our Store.
Liberal arrangements made with approved purchasers.
EVERY GIN FULLY WARRANTED.
Newberry, S. C.,. July 21, 1875-29-2m. S.P BO Z R&C .
COTTON GINSe_Profs"ion' **""
Manufacturers Agents, befudeteatD.an'DrgSo,
For the following popular COTTONorahirednconBuayStet -
GINS: oeLnfr'. Ag 13-m
The Neblett & Goodrich.
The Georgia Gin. TIM~P LBR
The Winship Gin, RA UTC
The Taylor Gin.AN
The Chapman Gin. ATONYTLAW
The Gullett Gin.
Also Agents for Wins hip's rtoMA.Clie'Ofc.
Cotton Press and Smith's Albsns ulb rmtyatne o
Cotton Press. S R E I G
July 7, 27-tf.
Something New, Beau- tems mrvdisrmns speae
tiful, Durable an1d rc n ipth
Cheap for Coy- OfceorMsC.MwrsSoeilrciv
ering a Or-prmtaeni.
namenting Ot ,4-y euySreo
Nothing has come before the public in C LETO G N Y
our estimation so practical and economical
as the Abramns' Metallic Grave Cover. It is
certainly just the thing that the people
want, and we are now introducing them; WL.H HM S
for sale single or club rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of theAtonyalC nslratLw
following Counties,.viz: A]
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and TILJSIE
Call and see specimen at John B. Mar.
tin's Buggy Emporium.Alleabuiesetsedothsofc
Any further information wanted will r enddt ihfdlt n epth
ceive prompt attention by calling on or ad.Crepneca-o bodslctd
Ma ,18-tf. Newberry,. C.
THE CELEBRATED INTEPOAECU.
Perhaps few of our readers know that OreCalninrdtos&c
the largest Organ manufacturer is Jacob
Estey. This instrument is guaranteed for Onhangtepadgsiteabv
five years. It is superior both in tone and sae ae ti ree
structure, and has all the latest improve- ta h seso h saeo h
mnents. si .C wnlrb asald n h
One of these instrumnents can be seen atcrdosofaiettebrquedo
Hix's Gallery, over Mrs. Mower's Store,redrianesblhterdmnsb.
'ewberry. We earnestly ask all who mayfoehiCuronrbfreteistayf
be interested to call and examine for them-Setmrne.
selves, see catalogues, etc.Itifuteorrdthtalcdtrsf
Prices ranging from $60 to $1,000. tesi .C wnlr eadaehrb
L. A. HAWKINS, Age. njondadrst.edftmsen ri
July 14, 28-2mn. aywyatmtnoclettercam
All persons holding demands against the
Estate of James R. Lyles, deceased, will TLM N&D W IS
present them, attested as r equired by law,
to my Attorneys, Messrs. Pope, Pope & f~* Jlt f
Fair, at Newberry C. H., S.HAC.OCK,fffl n BI ir~
A dm'r. Jas. R. Lyles, dec'd.
8th August, 1875. 32-4t
Plow Iron and Steeeol.limr Crer n dm
A large lot of PLOW IRON and STEEL, Getmngartedacensa,a
just arrived. HARMON'S. na u n oieatnin
Dr.10 0- Jn 9 . G. WELC
Having located in the town of Newberry,
offers his professional services to the people
of tlie town and surrpundin country.
When not professionally en ge he may
be found either at Dr. Fant Drug Store,
or at his residence on Boundary Street, be
tween Mr. Wm. Langford's and Mrs. Stan
more Langford's. Aug. 11, 82-5m.
HOES P. SIdDR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offlee above McFall & PooPs and next
door to M. A. Carlisle's OfBee.
A1busi ess will be promptly attended to.
The undersigned, being provided with
the most improved instruments, is prepared
to do all kinds of SURVEYING with accu
racy and dispatch.
All orders left at Suber & Caldwell's Law
Office, or Mrs. C. Hower's Store will receive
prompt attention. . -
F. WERBER, an.,
Oct. 7, 40---1y. Deputy Surveyor
WILL. H. TH0MAS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NEWBEERY, - - - - SOUTH CAE0LINA.
A111egal business entrusted to this ofRee
rrespEn nee r a oad s 11 i d.
Feb. 17, 187&7-17.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
M. D. Suber and wife and others.
John R. Swindler and others.
Order Calling in Creditors, &c.
On hearing the pleadings in the above
stated case, * * * * It is ordered
that the assets of the estate of the
said R. C. Swindler be marshalled, and the
creditors of said estate be required to
render in and establish their demands be
fore this Court on or before the first day of
It is further ordered that all creditors of
the said R. C. Swindler, be and are hereby
enjoined and restrained from sueing or in
any way attempting to collect their claims
except through this Court.
J. C. LEAHY, J. P.
July 10, 1875-28-8%.
TILLMAN & DAWKINS,
Shaing ud kr Dressing
One Door Below Baltimore Corner, on A anna
Gentlemen guaranteed a clean shave, a
neat cut and polite attention.
Moon 16 10..-+0 June 9, 23-tf.
Dry Goods, Groceries, No.
THE GREAT RUSH FOR
THE LE I ee
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEW GOODS constantly received in all
There is no discount on the
Oaigain Counter rrices,
Dress Silks from 50 CENTS PER YARD
UP, and all goods sold without regard to
cost. Aug. 4, 31-tf.
'RECEIYING IND IN STORE
A FULL LINE
Spring and 2ummer Goods!
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
P..W. & R. s. 011I0k
Respectfully call attention to their iegant,
leand vawied stock of goods, among
wc can be found all kinds of firstclass
Dress Goods, Calicoes Hosiery, Gloves,
Laces, Collars, Ribbons, homespuns.
Cassimeres, Cloths, Kerseys, Sbirts, Draw
Domestic and Staple Goods in endless va
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
A fine assortment of
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A superior lot of
UMBRELLAS, for hand and buggy.
FINE AND COMMON TRUNKS
Among which are those convenient and ele
r in short any and every article in our va
rious lines, all of which have been carefully
sel ece, ad which we warrant to be first
SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
We aeawys gladto show our goods and
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 21, 16-tf.
T. J. LIPMCMD
Pratt Street, Under Pool's 'otel,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would respectfully call the attention o?
the public to his stock, which consists of
&C., &c., &c.
which will be kept constantly on hand.
Give me a call, for you will find it
To Tear Interest to Do Se,
As I am prepared to
Give You Bargains.
Mar. 3, 9-6m.7
J. C. WILON & 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,
BAWBNI AND TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRO
JERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP
Obtained, Best and Cheapst, by
LOUIS BACCER & CO.,
SOLICITORS OF PATENTS,
Offices, Federal Buildings,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
a- Send smpfor pritpm phlet, con
taining cornplete instructions how
to obtain Patents.