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INDEX TO XEW ADVZRTISEVENTS.
The Pee Dee Herald.
E. C. Jones-Dentist.
Mayes & Martin-Wheat Bran.
J. B. Ford & Co.-Canvassers Wanted.
Mrs. Ludecus-Millinery and Fancy Goods.
Lovelace & Wheeler-Dissolation of Part
see card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
or. - 40-ly.
THOMPsON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
RmEGioS.-The Second Presbytery
of the Associate Reformed Church, will
meet at the Thompson Street Church,
on Friday, the 17th inst.. at 11 o'clock,
We take pleasure in calling attention
to card of Dr. E. C. Jones, who has lo
cated his Dental Rooms over the store
of Maj. C. B. Buist, where he will be
happy to receive calls.
NEW Corrx.-Since the opening of
the season about forty bales of new cot
ton have been sold in this market, the
first one of which brought.-15 cents.
]Vrosperity and.Pomaria, also consider
able cotton makets;ave been purchas
ers. Sad to say the price offered now
for best gradeis only 121-4.
AcciDNTAL DEATH.-We regret to
learn that J6. Christopier Whitman,
of this Coa*y,*bile coming out of a
well he had been cleaning, when just
at the top fell backward from the tub,
and striking his head against the curb
ing was instantly killed. It is suppos
ed that the foul air m the well caused
him to faint.
TO THE LAiS-Mrs. Ludecus, we
are pleased-to inform-the ladies of New
berry, wigl in about ten days open a
beautiful stock of Millinery - and Fancy
Goods in the store in rear of Mr- A. M.
Wicker's. Her nieae, Miss H. Wiske
man, ill be associated with her. in
business.- We cordially solicit for these
ladies a portion of the patronage in
their popular line.
PARKER'S~ ADVERsER.-The first
copy of Parker's Advcrtiser, "devoted
to his own interest and the interest of
all who ever want to buy anything in
his line," is on our table. It is not
quite.as large as the New York Herald,
but it ib nevertheless quite full of lively
items relating to skins, harness, &c.
Publis1ed by F. N. Parker, opposite
Post Offie, Newberry, S. C.
CONuED MEErG.-On Sunday
night, in the Methodigt.Churcb, was
commenced the first of a series of meet
ings whiclh it is proposed by the pastor,
Rev. R. P. Franks, to continue for sev
eral nights. Oni Wednesday night the
Presiding Nlder,-Rev. Manning Brown,
will preach. Other preachers will fll]
the pulpit dluring the time.
On Friday m~ght commences the
Quarterly Conference of this Station.
NEwBEdrR AGNr G. &. C. R. R.
September 1st, 1875.
Consigneside hereby notified that
all freight not removed from Depot
within~one week after arrival, will be
stored at Warehouse at expense and
risk of owners.
All Freights must be paid for on de~
livery. By order
CoL. THOS. D)ODAMEAD,
N. B. MzycK, Agent. 1t.
Taaxs.-We acknowledge with
pleasure an invitation to attend the
Schetzen Verein, in a Fest to be held
at their Platz, in the city of Columbia,
on the 12th, 1'3th and 14th of October,
and shall make an honest effort to at
tend, feeling assured that when such1
men as President J. C. Seegers, and
Vice-President G. Diereks, aided and
abetted by Messrs. B. Koenig, H. L.
Habenicht, P. W. Kraft, F. D. Konne
man anad D. Goodman, as lieutenants,
put forth efforts for the entertainment
of themselves. and friends, that the oc
casion will be a success.
MSRSM KINEAD & Wri-y--We
acknowledge receivin~g from this popu.
lar clothing and outfitting establishment
in Columbia a circular containing a sys
ten of self-measurement, by following
directions of which a well-fitting gar
ment is warranted; and also with comn
plients a card, Bird's-eye View of the
Centennial~Rniinmgs. Fairmount Park,
Philadelphia. . We notice with pleasure
that the senior partner has already gone
North with the double end in view o:
enjoying a bridal tour, and purchasing
a stock of clothing, and 'we have nc
doubt he will be successful in both.
Our readers may look out for a new~
advertisement when he returns.
RoMirrc.-Acting on the advice
that it is best always to look upward, a
marriageable youth between 25 and 30
,-discovered a pair of bright black eyes
scintillating through a latticed window.
His gaze was fixed for a time, and not
until the fair owner of the bright
black eyes removed the dangerous
orbs away did the susceptible youth
move on. One look was not suffieient,
like a moth attracted by the blaze of a
candle, he flattered around till he was
Sagain blessed. A third and fourth
perambulation in the 'vicinity of the
charmed spot fixed him. He had to
see more thapi the eyes, that he might
dscover if the real and tangible form~
agreed with that impressed upon his
hetrt. The cor-se of true love will
sometimes run smooth; he came, he
saw he conquered. A mutual admira.
tion society was at once or-ganized, the
~'pass words are, I love, you love, we
:.love. It is delicious, and we hiavn't
a shadow of doubt there will be a mar,
riage at no distant day. Wonder if ar
invitation will be sent to this office.
ISAL.-lDAY.-Tfhe number of people
in from the country was quite limited,
due no doubt to the extreme heat and
dusty condition of the roads. Business
in the HERALD office consequently was
extremely dull, and confined to one six
months subscription cash, one ditto in
pine wood and one in flour. We are
extremely indebted to the heroic few.
The Sheriff sold a first rate Safe for
$98, and a kicking mule rather low in
ilesh for S11. We saw Baird holding
the bridle and suppose he was the pur
chaser. If he bought the animal for
beef he made a sad mistake. Some
other trumpery was facetiously cried
by the Sheriff and happily bought by
the crowd. Transactions in whiskey
One of the most attractive business
houses in Newberry is that of Mr. R. F.
Phifer, on the corner of Pratt and
Adams streets. The removal of the
partition which separated him from the
store next, has given him an elegant
room, admirably lighted and ventilated,
and we congratulate him that in these
times of depression he has had the
nerve to come so boldly to the front,
and at the same time we offer felicita
tions to Messrs. J. L. Epps and Thos.
W. Postell, his gentlemanly and effi
cient lieutenants, that their lines are
cast so pleasantly. These gentlemen
have disposed the stock on hand in ap
propriate places and are eagerly waiting
the arrival of the large and splendid
stock which their chief is now selecting
at the North. They most cordially in
vite their friends and the ladies especial
ly to visit them in their improved sit
CA31P MEETG AT HopEwELL.-We
learn that the Camp Meeting at Hope
well Church, about two and a half miles
from Martin's Depot, was largely at
tended. On Sunday the crowd was
greatly augmented by our towns folks
who took advantage of the extra t ain
furnished by Col. Peake, which left here
at eight o'clock in the morning. There
were quite a number of tenters, and we
are told by those who attended as visit
ors that they never met with cleverer
people before, and .that the treatment
received was kind in the extreme. The
meeting broke on Tuesday morning,
with the satisfactory result of a number
of conversions. The ministers present
so far as we can ascertain, were the
Revs. Dr. Whiteford Smith, -Wat
kins, Mark and Geo. Boyd-father and
We record with sorrow in this con,
nection, the death on the Camp Ground.
of a little child of Mr. Jas. Miller, liv
ing near by, the result it is said of brain
~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 needecl. It is
impotant 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-ti
PERSONAL.-Prof. D. B. Busby, the
popular principal of Bethel Academy,
near Pomaria, has accepted a position
in the Walhalla College. He left on
Wednesday last. We understand that
he is to take charge of the preparatory
department. No better selection could
have been made, as he is a teacher of
rare ability. While wye felicitate the
College on so valuable an accession, we
regret that Bethel Academy has lost
We learn with pleasure that the posi
tion~ made vacant by Mr. Busby's re
moval will be filled by oigr talented
young friend, Mr. J. B. O'Neall Hollo
way, a recent graduate. of Walhalla
College, and we congratulate him on
his elevation to so important and re
sponsible a situation, and wish him a
Quite a number of students, on their
way to Waihalla College, were on the
Mr. L. E. Busby, a graduate of the
same institution, has gone to Salem, Va.,
for a course of Theology.
The friends of Mr. Michael Foot will
be.glad to learn that a letter received
from him gives the cheering news that
the Glenn's Spring water is restoring
him rapidly to health.
We were pleased with a visit on Mon
day from Col. Peake, who kindly called
to see if we had returned home and tc
inquire into our condition. He wvil]
soon make regular tri-weekly trips
from Martin's Depot.
Mr. J. S. Brooks, of Mississippi, agent
for an improved plow, cultivator and
patent hen's nest, is in town.
Mr. E. L. Owens, of Greenville, agent
for - fertilizer, called on Saturday.
He will in a fewv days canvass the
His Honor Chief Justice Moses ar
rived here on Wednesday last, on a
visit to his relatives. He is in good
lev. J. D. McCullough, of Spartan
burg, held divine service at St. Luke's
Church last Sabbath morning and night.
We learn that he has severed his con
nection with the church at the above
We chronicle wvith pleasure the re
turn hQme of Mr. Wiseman, resident
artist of Newberry, and that he is once
more ready to make excellent pictures.
Todd, the indefatigable, lhas retu-ied
and is ready to supply an~y who call at
.A. D. Lovelace's, with the best of things
ald in the pleasantest manner.
Mr. Chas. P. Pope, for two motnths
or more a sojourner at the health-giv
ingSprings known as Glenn's, returned
j last week greatly im2roved.
ABOUT THE ToWN AND COUNTY.
September is on hand-so is the Edi
Both arrived on the same day-Wed
Each are doing their very best.
The weather is again very warm
fodder is being stripped and cotton is
And the hope is entertained that
money will soon be scattered around so
that everybody may get some.
Our merchants are now going North
to lay in new goods, and soon the active
work of the year will begin,
And printers and editors who have
managed to weather the adverse storm
will be in heart once more.
It is a true saying that a business
man who advertises is invariably known
by his smiling countenance.
Fruit has been scarcer this season
than ever known before.
The only peach tree in town which
has fruit on it is in the yard of E. A.
Scott, Esq. It makes ones mouth wa
ter to look at it.
Watermelons are very small at this
The turnip crop promises to be good
-wherever seed has been sown.
The new drug store will soon be
opened-Dr. Pelham having returned
from the North.
The health of Newberry is excellent,
and the Doctors have time to sit in the
shade and tell side-splitting stories.
We are glad to see that Mr. Zobel
has received an appointment as Post
Master at Helena. He will make an
efficient P. M.
At Mount Zion Church, near Silver
Street, the Reedy River Association will
meet on Friday, the 17th.
Have you tried any of Wright & Cop
pock's partly made shirts? Remember
they have them of any and every size.
They are cheap.
Mosquitoes are becoming very trou
blesome in these parts. Mr. Chick says
he routed a battalion from his room by
sprinkling penny-royal freely.
Clara Wildman is on her rounds and
is making her way down South. It
may well be imagined that Newberry
will be included in her programme.
Persimmons are coming in-ripe ones
have been already seen. The next in
order in the fruit line will be chinque
The Maybinton section of country
has been ighly favpred with good sea.
sons ever since the crop was planted,
and in consequence the farmers are as
independent ars wood sawyers.
A friend is under the impression that
the HERALD has a large and healthy
capital in reserve, and is therefore able
to wait on Its patrons. Would it were
true. All that we have in reserve is a
large lot of capital accounts.
It is pleasant to say that the Newber
y I)epot is soon to be supplied with a
good platform and handsome railing.
We are glad that Col. Dodamead is
keeping Newberry in tender considera.
It is gratifying to state that the street
'in front of the hotel is being made low
er than the side-walk. It jha4 grown
entirely out of the bounds of reason,
There will not be so much mud there
this winter. There are other high spots
which should be lowered.
Uncle Julius visited HIarmonis store
on Thursday afternoon, and entertained
the weary clerks with one of his big
gest laughs. The HERALD up stairs
got full benefit of it and the types fairly
leaped from their boxes. SorSy to Say
that Johnny was sadly demoralized by
A few evenings since a little negro
from the country was seen trying to
clmb phe lamp post near the "Crooked
Sign," and upori being interrogated as
to what he was doing, replied, "I am
trying to cateh the lightning bug on
top of this post." Some one suggests
that the lamps be cleaned or that Capt.
Packer be authorized to paint on each
of them "Isamp ?ost,"
A THUNDERBOLT.--YariouS 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.
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
BOLTr! 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 thunderbol'ts 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
Yesuyius they smolge, but unlike her 4o
not explode. Send to Perry & Slaw
son, the Columbia Segar and Tobacco
Dealers, for a box of Thunderbolts.
Catalogues of the Books published.by
the Methodist Book House, at iTash
yille, can lte seen at the HERALD Bok
Store, and any selection made there
from will be ordered with promptness.
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-f HERALnn BOOK STORE.
Copying Ink in stone jugs, and Mark
ing or Indelible Ink of superior quali.
tis-hl ryns ogesLte
tk ommrcalyote, onrepps Initiar
and Cotherciapers, ep, jutreeveitiale
and3 oterppes jusOrceve atthe
ea_e n-n Ranx grORE.
The following is a list -of Letters- remain
int in the Post Office at Newberry, S. C.:
Carter Berkley, P. M Bradburn, Miss
Boozer, Miss Kate Banks, A. F. Btat, 'Miss
Martha A. Cannon, J. H. Counts, Miss Maria
Cummings, Miss Martha. Callahp, Jerry
Lyles, col'd, Robt. Douglass, Capt. Davis,
John Forrest, Mrs. Sarah Fernang~ees, :Wmi.
E. Gray, Richard Glenn, J. S. Hughs, Harriet
Hall, col'd, Nathan Johnson, Heyward Jones,
Miss A. R. Johnson, D. S. K'inard, Edmond
Jay, Mary Larson, C. A-. Long, Mrs. Mary
P. Langston,. Rev. Chas. Long, Henry Mal
Ion, Neal Marcus, col'd, Pink Manes, Mrs.
Sam'l Madden, M. Mocece, Mrs. Jane Mc
Callough, Mrs. W. E. Neff, Ruth'a Raburn,
Dr. 'Warren Roberson, M. Roth, Mrs. Ellen
Saxon, Mrs. L. Simpson, col'd, Dr. G. Syl
vester, Miss F. K. Smith, Mrs. Gillie Smith,
Miss Alice Tinsley, Dr. D. R. Weitz, - Louisa
Williams, W. L. Wa tera, Nancy, Wilson.
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines and
Hymn Books, just received at the HER
ALD Book Store. 23-tf.
STEAM POWER PRINTING.-Pamphlets .of
all kinds are cheaply and expeditiously
printed by Walker, Evans & Cogswell,
Charleston, S:-C. Their presses. as din fall
blast on this class of iwork, but still their
facilities are so great that there is always
room for m6re work. Proceedings of Meet
ings, CQnventions, College Commencements,
Speeches, Briefs, &c., &c., are executed in
the best style and with greatest dispatch. tf
NEwBERRY, September 7.-Considerable
new cotton coming in-prices closing at
12.40. Bales shipped during past week 98.
AUGUSTA, September 6.-Cotten quiet
middliig 131. .
Cm ARLEsioN NSeptember 6.-Cotton quiet
BALTIMORE, September 6.-Cotton quiet
NEW YoRm, September 6.-Cotton steady
-sales 1,254 bales at 141. Gold active and
higher at 1.141al.15'.
LIVE1POOL, September 6.-Cotton steady
-middling uplands 7 1-16; middling Or
Newberry Prices lCurrent.
BY MAYES & MARTIN. .
APPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 00
Dry, perbushel...........1 50 al i8
BAGGING-Gunny-per yard........... - a 14
ROPF,--Manilla, per lb. ........:. 20 a 25
BACON-Hams, per lb...........16 a 18
Shoulders per lb..... 10 a 11i
sides, per 1................. 14a 15
BLUE STONE, per lb.. a 15
BEEF-per lb........................ 8 a 121
BUTTER--Country, per lb ........... 25 a 30
CHEESL-. J)..........----.---.... 18 a 20.
CHICKENS-per head........... .. 15 a 30
CALICO-per yard......... 10 a 12
COPPERAS-perlb.................. 8 a l
COlN, per bushel.............. .1 25 al 85
CORN ?EAL, bolted, per bushel.... al 835
CANDLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb........... 25 a 28
Laguyra, _ b....... k. 82
JaVa,-err b:...........:. - t a '46
COT'ON YARN, Ier bunch.......,.. al -55.
DOME S -pr yar. . 12 a
-4 .. ..... I
EGGS, per dozen....................- a .20
FLOUR, r bbl.....................7 00 a9 00
G UNPON DER, per lb............... - a-. 40
IRON TIES, per lb...............- a 7
1RON-American refined, per pound -6* a 7
Swedes...,................ 9a 10
1Eldw Steel.......:-: a
'Potware................-.10 a 12
LARD,'per1b............ ..--18 a 20
LUMBER-Wie1 nr, r Mf..1 a
Flooring, per 31 ft...100 a200
MOLASSES-Cubs, per gal.......50 a 60
West India, per gal.... 60 a 75
New Orleans, pergal... -908al00
MACliEREL-per half barrel...6008 00'4
per Kit............2 00.800
NALS, per1.................500 a
OATS,per bushel................. a 75
ONIOMS, per bushel.............- a800
01L-Kerosene, per gal...........- a 40
Linseed, raw................ ml 440
Tanner's Straits............1 00 al 25
PEAB, per bitehel.........--.-...1 00 al 26
- weet, per bishel ..... - d7
PAI] IS-White Lead, per 1..... 12 a 14
RICE, per lb. ...'..-..........-... a. 10
SHNGESper 300.............500a6 00
SUGAR.-Puverized, per lb.......... a 131
Crushed, per lb............ a 18
A ri................. a 18
C, l&tra, nerl1.............. a 12f
~rown, pe1'11...- ...-- .. a
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal.. ..2 00.a800
French Brandy........- a1400
Rye Whiskey.........60 a6 00
Holland Gin.......... - a8 00
TA-HysonJrb.......... ...1 50.3250
- - 1........... .:175 a2 5
- k ...... ................... 00 al 75
TALLOW, per lb................. 8 a 10
VINEGA R-Cider, per gal............ a 50
VARNISHES-Coach body, per gal.4 00 a4 50
Copal, per gal.........a 00
WHEAT, per bushel.............. -8 -
The Savannah Morning News
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Democratic paper in Georgia. This distinc
tion is the result ot the promptness with
Wicli it hag defenge'd th# Sql4thind 'her
people, and of the vigor and thoughtful
ness with which questions of public policy
have been discussed in its columns. The
MORN'ING NEWS is not an organ; it is an
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 Father'sof the Republic. In regard
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ty of Soiuthi Car-olina;~ Geoygia, and Florida
affairs, the latest market reports, telegrams
from all parts of the world, and fresh corres
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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
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.ddress all letters, J. H. ESTILL,
Aug.', 1l-rtf. Savannah, Ga.
A large lot of TOBACCO for sale at
Next oor W Bank.
Agg. 25, 84-i f.
Equal to aniy-in the couritry, with an ini
proved COTTON ROLL, superior to any
J. MnELLoTT, . C
an .T . Wd nrshore' State
Rculturl W.n Mehnia Scigt, .R At.
ando' Sa.. C W. WodAg. Prs' State
Agricultural an, Mechanical Society, Winns
Oldest Crockery House in Charleston, So. Ca.
1837.o WILLIAM L. WEBB,
or 128 MEETING STREET.
Bng, now repared for the FALL TRADE FOR 1875, I wish to call the attention of mer
cn to my arge and varied stock of
n- CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE,
LOOKING GLASSES, GEOOSENE GODS, JAPANNED WARE, &c.,
A great part of it IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE. Besides staple goods, I keep al
ways a large stock of
S9 FRENCH CHINA AND CUT CLASS.
My torogh nowedg ofthe business, acquired by an experience o vrTe
Years enabl me to buy at the lowest fgures, and consequently to sell at prices on whiC
the retailer can realize a handsome profit.
WM. L. WEBB,
128 .ieting Street, CHJRLESTO., S. C.
Aug. 28, 34-2m.
D. F. FLEMING. JAMES M. WILSON. JAMES GILFILLIN.
ee We have received, and are now openin,a large and new stock of Boots, Shoes, and
FOR FALL TRADE..
Orders promptly filled, and all goods with our brand warranted.
8, D. F. FLEMNG & C0.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Manufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND TRUNKS,
ts No. 2 HAYNE STREET, Cor. of Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 11, 32-2m.
ff JOHN G. MILNOR. THEO. A. WILBUR. JACOB 1, MATIN
JOHN C. MILNOR & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
'DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps, and Straw Goods, Ladies' rimmed Hats, Ete.,
No.l 143 MEETING ST., Opp. Hayne 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 wil meet our prompt and careful attention. Aug. 11, 32-2m.
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
1OWN COTTON &iN*
8.1P. P 001E & I0.
For Newberry County,
In offering this COTTON GIN to our friends this season, we do so with the muost
perfect confidence that it will give them satisfaction in every particular. We sold seven
-Gins the past season to persons named belQw, and beg to refer to them as to their work
ing: Messrs. J. Newton Fowles, Moses H, 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, $3.50 per Saw, Delivered at Newberry Depot.
Sample of Gin may be seen ge one Store.
- Liberal angag ements made with approved purchasers.
EVERT GIN FULLY WABRANTED.
Newberry, S. C., July 21, 18'l5-9.am. * .B OE O
00TTON GINS. Pr"***""'u Car*
Manufacturers Agents, We o rfsinlyeggdh a
For the following popular COTTON tenM.Wn agodsadMs tn
GINS: mr agods u.1,3-m
The Neblett & Goodrich.
The Georgia Giw IOA P LBl
s. The Winship Gin.TRA JU IC
The Taylor Gin.
The Chapman Gin. ATRE TLW
The Gullett A.Oc boeMFin,Po'sadnx
Also Agents for Winship's d ~ O c~d dt
Cotton Press and Smith's Ma.3 -m
Cotton Press. RVYN
July 7, 27-tf.
toodmeltkidngo SUeEYNG Behaccu
, iu,Durable and rc n ipth
Cheap for Coy- OfieorrsC.MwrsSoeilrciv
ering and Or
y Graves. SUHR
Nothing has come befgre the publice in C LETO GN Y
ods our estimatio,n sQ practical and economical
as the Abrams' Metallic Grave Cover. It is
certainly just the thing that the people
want, and we are now introducing them; WL.H HM S
Yor sale single or club rates.
Also, Territorial IRights lbr sale of theAtoeyaiCuslratLw
ed following Counties, viz:
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and TILJSIE
ke. Gallan see specimen at John S, Mar- BU -SUT AOIA
dtin's Buggy Emporiurm.Alleabuiesetsedotbsnc
Any fyrther information wanted will r enddt ihfdlt n epth
ceive prompt attention by calling on or aat-Corsndcefmaradolit.
W. H. WISEMAN, Ag.,
* May 5, 18-tf. Newberry, S. C.A C RD
S, TH5 CELEBRATEDTHMSJLLEiniehifred i
ESTEY ORIGANS.Nebryadesweetovs hmtte
LeW Perhaps few of our readers knaw that ba h tc fDyGosi rs n
187 the largest Organ muanufacturer is Jacob
ver Estey. This instrument is guaranteed forgera,tepiscoortohedlns
1Ps five years. It is superior both in tone andofteimsanoudsrendeotshl
structure, and has all the latest improve
md ments.bet laalwhmapucaefous
-ins One of these instruments can be seen at
or, Hix's Gallery, over Mrs. Mower's Store,Oresolctdadpopatningve
Newberry. We earnestly ask all who may
uR be interest4 to call and examine for them-tohesm.Jn9,2-.
t5s relves, see catalogues, etc.
ye Prices ranging from $60 to $1,000, D E W S
L. A. HAWKINS, Agent.
al July 14, 28-2mu.FE A _C L G .
~jPlow Iron and Steel. TeYa fti nttto
A0 lare lot of PLOQW IRON and STEEL, wl pnMNA,OT,4h aut
usarrived. HARMON'S. Gvrmn,kn n aetl o~ia
Mar. 10,10Q-df. hatyadpesn.Trs esnbe
Th ins ult fPR thE Clee n ilhv hreo h
The Coleg BuiG isnErgoin
rHfuvisghaed i h ono ebry
TefnsqaltofUR WHT or histprogesioadres thpol
LIM, othedadofrnsleand 3 sroing onry.
When nMATI'oDu proest,nal Abengaged Coe mayC
Juy1be8 f.Ag foun e~ itD. Fn' rgSoe
or at his residence on Boundary Street, be
tween Mr. Wm. Langford's and Mrs. Stan
more Langford's. Aug, 11, 32-5m.
HOM P. SLIHR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofnce above McFall & PooPs and next
door to M. A. Carlisle's Of Hee.
Albu in 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. Mower's Store will receive
F. WERBER, aa.,
Oct. 't, 40-1y. Deputy Surveyor
WILL. H. THOMAS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NEWBEERY, - - - - SOUTH CAROLINA.
AIl legal business entrusted to this ofBee
a#eo spondence aan espa h
Feb. 17, 187->-7-ly.
THOMAS J. LYLES invites his friends in
Newberry and elsewhere, to visit him at the
store of F. B. ORCHARD & 00., 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 giveu
to the same. June 9, 28-3m.
The Sixteenth Year of this Institution
will open MONDAY, OCT., 4th. Faculty
complete. Course of study, thorough.
Government, kind and parental. Location,
healthy and pleasant. Terms, reasonable.
The President and his family will occupy
the Gollege, and will have charge of the
The College Building is undergoing
thorough repairs, and will be completely
For Catalogue, addren L BONNEE,
Due West, Abbeville Co., S. C.
inlu 1 A 99-. tf. Aug.18. 33-2*.
1ry Goods, Groceries, a
. Desiring to make room f
my Fall and Winter Sto
I am now offering great i
Ladies Dress Good
Come one and all and s
for yourselves, at
Tiloss F. HARMON
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
Corn, Barley, - Oa
1,000 Bushels CORN
hand and for sale.
200 Bushels BARLEY.
506 Bushels RED SEI
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, e.
For sale at*
Au.Next Door to Bank.
If You Would Sai
Where Bargains May Be H
NEW SPRING AND SUMME
Of All qijalities and Yarieti
BOOL SHOES, HAY
My goods were bought TO SELL
LOW PRMCES, and I am determimei
TO SATISPY NE1VEI
All that I ask is an examination of ge
Has the sale on liberal terms of
Middleton's Fish Ammoniai
A No. 1 Fertilizer for Cotton, Corn,
made in Charleston, S. C., and guarant
to give full satisfaction.
Mar. 31, 13--ti.
PIANOS & ORGAN
RASH PRIGES; EASY TERMS.
From $25 to $100 can be saved in
purchase of Piano or Organ under our
system of selling at Cash Prices with E
Terms for payments. Pianos have ne
before been sold on such fevQraiblg te
in the South.
(IneI Ilg at $275, $300, $325,
$3.0, Tully guaranteed for five years. Tea
$50 cash and balance in six months;
$100 cash, and- balance in one year.
The celebrated Mason & Ham
Organs, are also sold upon cash payine
of $25 to $50, and balance jq gi apd twe
Blianes and Organs sold also by er
montl' installments, or rented with p:
lege of purchase. Responsible parties a
plied on almost any ter;ns desired. L~ar;
stok in the South to select from and l01
prices than at the North. A good' Si
and CJover with each Piano sold. Spei
Ternis to Teachers, Schools, Churches
Granges. S.end fp.r our new Bedqi
m*e Price Jsts and Illustrated 01
LUJDDEN & BATES'
Southern Music Hou
Augo. 25, 3.-tf.
Dry Goods, Groceries, &-,.
THE GREAT RUSH FOR
BIRGIlNS IN DRY GOODS
TO BE KEPT UP BY
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICE18
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEW GOODS constantly received in all
There is no discount on the
Pargain Counter Prices,
Dress Silks from 50 CENTS PER YARD
UP, and all goods sold without regard to
cost. Aug. 4, 31-tf.
RJEIING IND IN STORE
A FULL LINE
Spring and 2ummer Goods!
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
P. W. & R. 8. OcKA
1Respectfully calatntio to their elegan
whch can be found all kinds t class
Dress Goods, Calicoes, Hosiery, Gloves,
Laces Collars, Ribbons, Homespuns.
Cassimeres, Cloths, Kerseys, Shir, Draw
Domestic and Staple Goods in endless v4
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 TRIUNKS
Among which are those convenientand ele
In short aMy m~d every article in our va
rioussn_,al of which have been carefully
seec and which we warrant to be first
SOLD LOW POR CASH.
We are awys glad to show our goods and
P. W. & R. S. CHI0K
Pratt Street, Under Poos otel,,
NEWBERRRY, S. C.,
Would respectfully'call the attention ot
the public to his stock, which consists of
&c.b, &c., &c.
which will be kept constantly on hand.
Give mue 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.
J. C. WIL0N & C0,,
01 a'l kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Haxps,
Flour. Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRiST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BABBINC AND TiES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRO
CERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP
Obtained, Best and Cheapest, by
LOUIS BACCER & CO.,
SLICITORS OF .PATENTS,
Oes, Federal BEildings,
WASHiNGTON, D. C.
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