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Special and Local.
TE Nzw PoeriL Law.-After the 1st of
January. 1875, editors have to prepay all the
pWrs from their office. Of course no pub
10ha can afford to pay postage for a subscri
ber in arreurs. "We'give this timely notice
to all delinquents that we will not let their
names encumber our books after that period.
DEczoiss or T=E dOUETs.-Any person
who takes a paper regularly from the Post
Offce-whether directed to his name or ano
ther, or whether he subscribed or not-is re
iponsible for thepay. If a person orders his
paper discontinued he must pay all arrear
ages, or the publisher may continue to send
it until payment is made, and collect the
whole amount, whether it is taken from the
oBee or not. The Courts have decided that
refusing to take-newspapers and periodicals
from the Post Office, or removing and leav
Sthem uncalled fori isprimafacie evidence
of intentional fad. 44-tf.
IWDEX TO NEW ADvRETIsEETS.
J. C. Leahy-Citation.
.J.,J., arrinton-hef's Sale.
SPelham& Wardlaw-New Drug Store.
Chpe*.& Hefron-Harness, Saddles, &c.
Thos. F. Harmon-Dzy Goods, Groceries,
D..B. Wheeler & Co.-Notice of Partner
8. P. Boozer and John 0. Peoples-Sale of
Carriages, Paints, &c.
See card of F.Werber, Jr., Deputy survey
or. _____ 40-ly
THOXOSON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
Condition of Joseph Crews.
We have waited until the last mo
meat before going to press to give the
latest information in regard to the con
dition of Joseph Crews, and up to this
time learn no more than what the pub
lie generally is acquainted with, viz:
that he lies in a critical condition, his
legs being paralyzed. Dr. Talley, his
physician, fink there is no chance for
The circumstances attending the case
-if the reader be ignorant of them
arethat he was shot by concealed par
ties about three miles this side of Lau
rens, with a shot gun loaded with buck
i--Senator Owens brings intelli
geace_ o is death, which occurred at
12 cVock, Monday night.
BU. A SADD.E AT ONcE-and buy
it from Chapean.& Heffron, of Charles
ton,.C. Only $3. See their adver
A fine stock of Fancy Goods just re
ceived at Speck's Jewelry Store. it
RUN OFF.-We learn that the Iau
ries .tain ran.off the track on Mon
d'i nisequence of a defective trnek.
ree esiwere injured. Nobody hurt.
drCURCH.-The Rev. Dr.
JoidWs, dent of the Columbia Fe
male College, will preach at Tranquil
on Sunday and Monday next, the 19th
DI? Obituary notices exceeding 10 lines
* are 7rged& at the same rate as advertise
mn a casumh ccmpn them to
Instire publication. tf.
IihEr CeintrEON HiOUSE.-MessrS.1
J.. Wistar Gary and Sampson rope
have.formed a partnership for the tran
saction of a general commission busi
P1ROSPRITr COTTON REPORT.-Capt.
L.-B., Maffett, cotton weigher at Pros
peiy,furnishes us- with the informa
tion that the first bale of new cotton
received at that place last year came
in. oathe 10th of Sept., while up to
Sept. 11th -inst. ninety bales have been
received and sold in that market.
A large stdek of Solid Silver just re
ceived at Speck's Jewelry Store. it
THE DROUTH.-The dry weather of
the past few weeks has materially in
jipredl the prospects both of cotton and
late corn, and to such an extent that in
the former it is thought there will be
not more than a half crop made. With
:some farmers the cry is that the ex
tremne heat has forced all of their cotton
We publish elsewhere with pleasure
the letter of a- fair friend, descriptive
__of the sights and impressions received
-in her trip to and across the mountains.
The difficulties experienced in finding
food and lodging brings to our mind
reminiscences of a similar character.
We trust our correspondent may make
other trips and send us notes.
Call and see a nice selection of China
Moustache Caps, Cups and Saucers,
Mugs, Vases, Toilet Setts, Smoking
Setts, &c.', at Speck's Jewelry Store. it
EGGi BO NA-Our townsman and
pro tem editor, Mr. C. G. Jaeger, has
met with good fortune in a pullet which
has Igade.herself famous by laying ev
ery morning an enormous egg, one of
whiehibas-been laid upon our table, not
by tihenbowever, but' by her pro
prietor ~We wish-the.hen. prosperity,
- a'nd congratulate Mr. J. on his eggs
traordinary fortune, in having the
. means.of an egg-nlog every morning.
POMoN A GRANGE.-The County
Council was dissolved on Monday, Sept.
6th, and a Pomona Grange organized.
The following are its officers: James
f: Lipseomb, W. M-; J. S. Hair, 0.;
Alan Johnstone, L.; J. C. S. Brown, S.;
E. P.; Chalmers, A. S.; T. W. Hollo
. way, S.; J. M. Johnstone, T.; P. W.
Stephens, G, K.;' Mrs. J. S. Hair, C.;
'Miss Sallie Grimes, P.; Mrs. Irvin, F.;
Mrs. L. E. Folk,L. A. S.
PROTRACTED MEETING.-A series of
religious services commenced on Sun
day night, the 5th, in the Methodist
church, were continued during the en
tire week, including the Quartedy Con
ference. The ministers taking part in
the services were the Presiding Elder,
Rev. Manning Brown, and the Revs.
R. P. Franks, M. H. Poozer and T. G.
Herbert. On Sunday, the services were
unusually interesting, and accessions
were made to the church. It proposed
to continue the meeting and invite the
Evangelist, Dr. fierce, to take part in
SOW OATS.-The chief object with
the farmer now should be a preparation
for a large crop of oats. Too much
seed cannot be put in and the ground
should be well prepared. Success in
this, and success may be assured if pro
per efforts are made. will help him to
bear the disappointment of a short cot
ton crop. We earnestly hope that our
farmers will give this important inter
est due attention.
10,000 articles suitable for Presents,
at Speck's Jewelry Store. Call and
CoMPmE\TARY.-We are under ob
ligations to Messrs. Perry & Slawson,
the segar and tobacco dealers of Colum
bia, for a box of choice segars, which
compliment is highly appreciated, and
we trust that the already wide fame
gained by them may increase to greater
proportions. Their unexampled suc
cess is a proof that the smoking public
hold them in esteem. We are pleased
to notice that they have made many
and decided improvements in the inte
rior of their establishment. It is now
one of the neatest and yet most elabo
rately finished stores in the country.
MESSRs. KINGSLAND & HEATH, pro
prietors of the popular House-furnishing
establishment situated under the Col
umbia Hotel, in the city of Columbia,
are now daily in receipt of new goods
in their line from the Northern markets,
and their stock of China, Glass, Wood,
Tin and Iron Ware is the completest
ever brought to the city. In the fancy
line, also, they have a superb assort
ment. Housekeepers and seekers of ar
ticles in the ornament.a line are advised
to give them a call. 37-tf.
PERsoNALS.-We are pleased to no
tice the advent of Mr. S. K. Dick.
He comes prepared to battle with King
Cotton, and will fight on that line
through the season.
Capt. McFall, W. T. Tarrant, D. B.
Wheeler, Junius Chapman, P. Scott
and E. A. Scott left for the North last
R. F. Phifer, E. S. Coppock and J.
1Y' Cash are looked for daily on their
T. F. Harmon and W. G. Mayes re
turned on Saturday, and are already
prepared for the trade.
A . fine assortment of Candies and
other goods, just received at Speck's
To OUR READERs, that is, such of
them as are indebted either for sub
scription or advertising accounts, we
make appeal for settlement, Do not
forget the promises made to settle up as
soon as cotton could be brought in.
aving fulfilled our part, we ask for
ike treatment on yot&rs, and that you
o so without longer delay. We need
he.money, and hope the call will not
be in vain.
In the Stationery and Book depart
ment connected with this office several
memorandum drawer accounts have
been made, and these, it is also re
qested, will be paid. We keep no
book accounts in this department-the
erms being cash.
FIRE WORKS at wHOLESALE, at
Spek's Confectionery, 1t
In our notice of the Hopewell Camp
eeting a mistake was made in regard
o the preachers present. A note from
friend who was there we append,
which sets the matter right:
I see in last "HERALD" a mistake in the
2ames of the ministers in attendance at the
opewell Camp Meeting. They are as fol
lows: Revs. H. M. Mood, P. E., J. E. Wat
son, J. B. Traywick, Ja3. F. Smith, M. M.
Boyd, L. F. Beattey, G. M Boyd, and Rev.
Mr. Todd, (Presbyterian). There were fifteen
accessions and as many who professed faith
n Christ. The meeting was a very pleasant
ne indeed, and profitable. Presbyterians,
Baptists and Methodists all tenting, which
ade it a family meeting. Missionary col
lections, by cash and subs., $87.75.
Sept. 10, 1875. * * *
SECEDER CHUrRCH.-ThompSon Street
Church has lately undergone decided
improvements. Newly ceiled, repaired
nd painted through its entire length,
nd with new and beautifully varnished
seats it hardly looks like its former self,
nd we congratulate the membership
nd gentlemen charged with the work
of r'novation on the happy change ef
fected. We believe that Mr. Packer
had the contract for painting and glaz
The Presbytery of this Church will
:onvene on Friday of this week, and
about twenty-fiy; ministers are expect
ed to be in atteni-mnee. An interesting
meeting is looked for and the public
generally are invited to attend the ser
BEWILDEING.-ThIe visitor to the
store of Messrs. Perry & Slawson is in
danger of having his wits go on a wool
gathering expedition, so extensive is
the display of stock which fill counters,
shelves and show cases, in segars, to
bacco, pipes, canes and a hundred other
fancies for gentlemen, and these are
not all the causes which are calculated
to lead to a slight wandering of the
fancy as the entire arrangement and
design of the store is in the most elab
orate style of art. It is decidedly one
of the neatest and most perfectly fin
ished stores in. the city of Columbia.
Should the visitor be affected, we gladly
state that an antidote can be at once had
in any of the numerous choice brands of
their segars, a few puffis from one of
which will immediately restore him
to his former condition, the reaction of
which will be so p)leasant that an in
vestment will be at once made in a
whole box. These gentlemen do be
sides a large wholesale business, and
the trade are invited to send orders.
Remember the place--one door below
J. C. Dial, Columbia, S. C. 37-tf.
The engine of the up-passenger train
gave out last Saturday a few miles be
low Alston, and a few passengers, ra
ther than wait until the wagon could
be repaired or another had from Colum
bia, concluded to walk. One of the
pedestrians was our estimable friend
W. G. Mayes. Dick, another of the
walkists, says the party had just
reached a high piece of trestle when
the thunder of the approaching train
was heard. Fear lent them wings and
on they sped. Mayes' wings, how
ever, didn't work worth a cent, and
stumping his toe, he fell, not down into
the muddy depths below, but in a sliding
propulsion of about twenty feet forward
losing in the slide a portion of his
most prominent feature. It was a nar
TmE NEW DRUG STORE.-Messrs.
W. E. Pelham and J. C. Wardlaw have
thrown their banner to the breeze by
announcing in this issue of the HERALD
the opening of a new Drug Store, with
a most complete and carefully selected
stock of goods in their line, which em
braces every legitimate article kept in
a first class Drug House. The display
made on Monday morning last, the first
regular opening, was quite attractive,
but in a few days as the many little dif
ficulties attendant on the first arrange
ments of a new stock in a new store are
all overcome the effect will be more
striking and effective. Much taste is
exhibited by the Senior partner who
for the time has had the entire respon
sibility resting upon him, not only in
the selection of goods but in the general
fitting up. We take pleasure in recom
mending the new house to the public.
DA-NGEROUS.-The passenger plat
form of the Depot at this place is in a
dangerous condition, and should be re
paired if it is not convenient to erect a
new one. On Wednesday last,. Mr.
Peter Rodelsperge- narrowly escaped
fracturing his right leg, that member
slipping through an opening, the firm
force of the tread driving it down to its
full length. So tightly was it wedged
that only after a considerable delay,
and not until the thick plank was
wrenched from its fastening, was Mr.
R. released from the painful and dan
gerous position. That the leg was not
fractured was a miracle, and though
fortunate in thus escaping the greater
misfortune, we regret to say that the
bruises received were not only many,
but very painful. It is hoped that Col.
Dodamead will at once put into execu
ion his design of building a new phl
fom, and in the meantime patch the
A similar accident occurred to us on
he platform at Williamston recently,
and knowing what the sudden disap
earance of ones leg through a rough
and jagged opening between inch and
uarter planks feels like, we can truly
sympathize with our friend.
Fresh lot of Gems, Disciplines and
ymn Books, just received at the HER
ALD Book Store. 28-tf.
FEMLEx ACADEMY.-It is with no
little satisfaction and a sin.cere pleasure
hat we notice the efforts made by the
I'rustees in behalf of this Institution.
n sober seriousness the building has
been allowed to go to seed and take
are of itself. This will be the case no
longer. The interior has been scrub
bed and cleaned, painted and repaired
ntil it is scarcely recognizable. Be
sides this the ancient piano will be in a
few days supeFseded by an elegant one
f modern construction and beautiful
tne, and added to which the services
of a rarely gifted and accomplished
musician, vocal and instrumental, in
the person of Mrs. Bailey, of Charles
ton, a lady favorably known to many
ere, have been secured. This done,
and the institution still under the ac
omplished direction of Prof. Pifer, we
predict for it a more brilliant success
han it has attained in the past. It is
ntended also by the Trustees that the
work of reform shall not end here, but
hat the building shall be entirely reno
ated and remodelled outside and in,
ad that suitable modern desks shall in
ue time be introduced. We rejoice at
hese improvements for the better and
ake occasion to compliment the Board
f Trustees, and at the same time con
gatulate Prof. Pifer on so pleasant a
DEMORAUZING TO DRUMMERS.-It is
ell known that the Drummer is a
ealthy, robust fellow whose appetite is
s sharp as a razor, and that next to
selling a bill of goods and telling won
erful yarns he loves to eat. The sound
f the dinner bell or gong is music to
his ears, and he always manages to be
isengaged about the time the sound is
xpected, and more especially if he is
t a good feeding place--like Pool's
otel for instance. Knowing his pe
uliar susoeptibility to the charming
ound, we have been no little concerned
lately in consequence of the Hook and
Ladder Company selecting a gong as
the instrument for calling its members
ogether. We are satisfied that the ef
fect will sooner or later prove disas
trous to the Drummer and annoying to
fr. Pool. Suppose the gong sounds at
ead of night and the aroused Drummer
thinking it a call for supper rushes in
ontinently down stairs, meets the pro
prietor, and gets athrashing for making
n untimely demand. The same mis
take might occur in the day time, and
there might be several Drummers in
own and only one Pool. Think of the
onsequences under such circumstances.
t is too dreadful, and we will not dwell
upon it longer, but trust that the com
pany will use instead a bell, a horn, a
attle, a forty-horse power whistle, or
something else, and lay that gong on
the shelf. It is too suggestive of some
thing to eat.
THE MANsION HOUsE, COLUMmA.
It was our pleasure on last Tuesday
night to stop at the above named house,
which is kept by Mrs. Breazeal, former
ly of Helena, and acknowledge regret
at not having tested the hospitable cheer
of this estimable lady before. The
"Mansion" is most admirably kept in
every particular, and we doubt if the
most critical or fastidious seeker of
good viands and comfortable rest can
find any fault with it. Proof of this is
seen in the number of guests which
crowd the dining room-and besides
the complement of regular and tran
sient boarders and lodgers, we found
on enquiry that this indomitable and
persevering hostess furnishes about thir
ty families and single persons with
meals at their own houses, and with a
promptness and satisfaction truly won
derful. We mention this not only as
showing Mrs. B.'s success, but as mat- '
ter of interest to her friends in this sec
tion. However many of the masculine
gender may have failed in hotel keep
ing, we doubt if this will ever be re- i
corded of her, for she certainly may be I
mentioned as one who can keep a hotel. d
The terms, too, at the "Mansion" are v
very moderate-only $2 per day-which P
aside from any other consideration is irta- I
portant. We cordially commend this 0
lady and her excellent house to the trav- t
elling public, and hope .that she may
make a fortune.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The heat has been fearful.
Dust all the while dreadful.
Mosquitoes numerous and spiteful.
Children and mothers fretful.
Business men tearful.
And everybody sinful,
Except the HERALD local, A
Who is all tho while cheerful.
But we are rejoiced to be able to add t
that a fine rain has at length fallen, d
and with it the temperature. A
The fruit crop is over-what there e
was of it-and beans are getting scarce. i
Possums are coming in-one receiv- al
ed-just large enough to pay for a
month's subscription. Let the next be 10
If any reader of the HE4ALD has po. P
tatoes let him bring some in-the cry ai
for them is loud and long. Friends
Moon and Paysinger are requested not
to bring in the long variety.
The little darkey who mistook one of q
the town lights for a June bug can see
what the thing is now. The lamps at
have been put in order by the city fa- G
Lowering the street in front of the -
Hotel was a good thing-but raising
the Baltimore Corner is not. Therp
will be mud there this winter.
The members of the Hook and Lad
der are indefatigable in drilling, more
particularly since getting into their redB
Mr. and Mrs. B.'J. Singleton return
ed from North Carolina on Wednesday B
last. They returned by way of Colum- a
Young Ben is now the happy possess
or of a milk white chicken rooster fromC
the old Bay State.c
The right leg of Mr. Peter Rodel
sperger slipped tIhrorjgh a rotten placp
on the depot platform on Wednesday.
It might have resulted seriously. New-E
berry can't afford three broken legs. G
Mr. John 0. Peoples is at length u
able tp use his leg--be can walk short
distanices with the aid of crutches. Our
congratulations are offered. I
Several marriages on the tapis in L1
this section to come off between now
and Christmas. .
Yet there are numerous incorrigible
bachelors who refuse to accept any
overtures offered in mercy. Let them &j
It is wondered sometimes where par- o3
ties marrying have their invitations 0
printed. The HERALD office is sup
plied with fine paper and envelopes for
It is likewise supplied with bill, note
and letter head papers, which can be'
printed cheaply, yet some of our mer- R
chants send their work abroad. Is that S
following the precept "do unto others." s
If you owe for the HERALD and have
no money bring in wood. Do not de- s
lay to settle up.
They were disappointed. Quite a s.
crowd of colored people went to Half
acre's settlement expecting to find a
first class camp meeting. It was only 1.
a Quarterly Conference, and besides was
ended ere they arrived. -Those who T.
hired 'vehicles think that their money V
was badly invested.,
Pelham's new drug establishment is 13
supplied with patent Stopple Botters,=
together with many other articles. Pay s
the store a visit.
The Rev. J. A. Sligh, residing near
the town of Frog Level, is a progressive
man. HIe has built him a first rate fish
pond and has stocked it. We propose
paying him a visit when the fish are
There are cases of whooping cough ct
reported about the city of Prosperity.
The chicken cholera is subsiding- a]
but little is heard of it now, and it is 0
hoped that the supply of that delicious a
vegetable will soon be abundant.
This is the time for merchants to ad- af
vertise their wares, and we wait with ti
the patience of Job to hear from them. he
Insurance agents are on the rampage, n
and to the drummer there is no end. t
Mr. E. A. Scott has fitted up his store
room handsomely. With regret it is
announced that his peach tree is now _
An example to follow is shown by
Henry Kennedy, colored, who raised1
211-4 bushels of wheat from 1 1-41
acres, and now has on the same ground
corn and peas which he thinks will
yield him 40 bushels.
Two of the most prominent places
in the city of Newberry are Capt.
Speek's Jewelry establishment and his v
confectionery store. There is a world ei
of sweet happiness in one and solid ec
pleasure in the other. Make an exami- al
naion ofrod and bne hconvined.
Spanking in many families is heredi
ary. The blows received by little boys
tre often handed down to them by their
What is the difference between sper
nacetti and a schoolboy's howl. One
s the wax produced by the whale, and
he other is the wail produced by the
"We find the prisoner not guilty, but
his kissing business must be stopped!"
vas the verdict recently rendered by a
lharlton (N. Y.) jury in a case of do
aestic trouble. How would this do for
Jones (who has walked the length of
is lawn to expostulate with his milk
ian on cruelty to animals)-"Do you
now what happened to Balaam?"
filkman-"Yes." Jones-"Well, what
ras it?" Milkman-"The same thing
at happened to me just now-a don
:ey spoke to him. Gollang!"
An exchange says: They have a man
1 Lock Haven whose name is Gaudam.
[is would be a nice name for a church
eacon. For instance the preacher
7ould say, "Gaudam, you pass the
late." Sounds like "cussin'," don't it?
f we were that fellow we would have
ur Gaudam name changed to some
iing more reverential.
This comes from Ohio:
Under this sod
And under these trees,
Lieth the body
Of Solomon Peas.
He's not in this hole,
But only his pod;
He shelled out his soul
And went up to God.
'he Multiplication of Diseases.
Diseases -multiply. One begets another.
. trifling indisposition may, therefore, origi
ate a complication of dangerous maladies.
idigestion begets far more formidable dis
ises; a multitude of ailments are traceable
constipation; fever and ague unhinges
te entire nervous system, and is, therefore,
ie source of the protean ailments which af
ct that portion of the human organism,
ostetter's Stomach Bitters, however, wheth.
- resorted to at the inception of those disor
rs of the stomach, bowels or liver, which
ve birth to the majority of diseasesand dis
ilities, or taken when they have ripened
ito formidable maturity, are alike powerful
>cure. The process of recovery is,of course,
nger when the malady has gained head
ay, but it is none the less certain. Dyspep
a, constipation, biliousness, kidney com
Iaints 4nd intertaittent fever, Invariably
eld to the operation of the great alterative
id invigoraut. 35-5t.
NEWBERRY, September 14.-Cotton corn
.g in briskly, notwithqtanding the low figure
Number of bales shipped during week 281.
NEW Yoax, September 13.-Cotton weak
4 irregnar-sales 087 bales at 14ja14f.
old less active at-1.16tal.1.
AUGUSTA, September 13.-Cotton dull and
ndiag down-middling 121.
LIVERPOOL, September 1.-Cotton steady
-middling upland 7; middling Orleans 71.
Newberry Prices CUmsk~
By XAYES & EABTIN.
PPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2 00
Dry, per bushel........1 50 al 75
AGGING-unny-per yard....... a14
P-ManmIa, per b... . 20....... a 2
4 o -I~ 16l~.......... a
Side, peri........... 14 a 15
LUE STONE, per1l............... a 15
EE- lb.................... 8a 12-i
[y1'1' ountr'y, per1lb......... 25 a380
EESE-E. D..............:... 18 a 20
ICKENS-per head............I15 a 30
4LIC0-ey;:..,............ 10 y
1r1- : e l...,...,....... ~8a 0
)R, per b ...,.............1 258al85
DRN MEAL, bolted, per bushel.... al185
ADLES-Adamantine, per sett... 18 a 20
)FFEE-Rio, per lb............ 25 a 28
Lagyra pe 1........ a 32
Java pe1b..........,, a40
3T1'ON TARN, per bilnoh...... .8a5
DESTC$-4-4 per gar...... ..... 12 a 14
7 ,..,., 0a 12
QGS, per dozen............... - a 20
LOUR, per bbl................700a9 00
t I S e 6....... .... -a 7
tON-Amerncan refined, per poand 10a
Swedes................... 9a 1
Plow Steel.................. a 12
Potware................10 a 12
ARD, perlb....................l18 20
LIBE-Wide Boards, per M ft.. .1200 a2000
Scantling, per M ft.... 1000 a2000
Flooring, per M ft...100 a2000
OLASSES-Cuba, per gal......... 50 a 60
West India, per gal.... 60 a 75
New Orleans, per gal... 90 al
-C E it......... .2 00a800
ADDER-er lb................ - a 40
ATS,~e busnel...............a 75
IOI%b, per bushel............. - a8 00
[L-Kerosene, par gal...........- a 40
Tanner's, Straits.........1 00 al 26
AS, per bushel..,.......1 00s1l25
ATOS-Irish, per bushel......---200
Sweet, per bushel...- a 75
AINES-White Lead, per lb..... 12 a 14
Chemical, per gal...... -4a260
CE, per lb.........-..----..a 10
%LT, per sac...................--. - a90
IIN GLES, er J000............500 a6 03
.TGAR-Puverized, per lb.......... a 18
-Crushed per lb............ a 1
A, rl1:....---.-.------.. 1
C, tra, per lb............ a 12
Brown, per lb............... a 12'
?IRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a3 00
French Brandy........ - a1400
Rye Whiskey............50 a6 00
SA-Hyson,per16........... ......1 5040250
Impe'a, per lb.............1 754025)
Blak, perl1b............- 00 1 in
LLO pr15...,..........a 10
[EGAR-Cider, per gal....... a 50
ARSIES-Coach body, per gal.4 00 a4 50
Copal, per gal.......a3 00
'HEAT, per bushel..........-...-- a -
TATE OF SOUtH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy', Probate Judge.
Whereas, U. C. Moses, as Clerk of the
iruit Court, hath made suit to me, to
-ant him Letters of Administration of
Le Estate and effects of John Mioore, de
These are therefore to cite and admonish
I and singular, the kindred and creditors
the said deceased, that they to and
>pear, before me, in the Court of Pro
ee, to be held at Newberry Court House,
C., on the 14th day of October next,
'ter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
e forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
tve, why the said Administration should
t be granted. Given under my Hand,
is 14th day of September, Anno Domini,
J. C. LE AHY, J. r'. N. C.
Sep. 15, 37-At.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Rev. S. B. ,TONES, D. D., President.
FALL SESSION will open on the FIRST
?EU)NESDAY in OCTOBER. Terms mod
rae. Four experienced Professors in
iarge of departments. For Catalogue,
>ply to the President.
Aug 25, Q.4 .-m* .
ESTABUSHED~ Oldest Crockery House in Charleston, So. Ca.
1837. WILLIAM~L. WEBB,
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 GLASSE, EE N GOODS, yAPANED 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 Twent
Years, enables me to buy at the lowest Aigures, and consequently to sell at prices on which
the retailer can realize a handsome proftt.
WM. L. WEBB,
128 Meeting Street, CMIRLESTO.X, S. C.
Aug. 28, 34-2m.
D. F. FLEMING. JAIM X. WILSON. IAMES GILFILLIN.
We have received, and are now openinga large and new stock of Boots, Shoes, and
FOR FALL TRADE.
Orders promptly filled, and all goods with our brand warranted.
D. F. FLEMNG & C0.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Xanufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 HAYNE STREET, Cor. of Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 11, 32-2m.
JOHN G. MILNOR. THEO. A. WILBUR. JA3COB . KARTIN
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. 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 will meet our prompt and careful attention. Aug.11, 32-2m.
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
110 COTTON Gi.
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
For Newberry County.
In offering this COTTON GIN to our friends this season, we do so witle, the most
perfect confidence that it will give tilem satisfaction in every particular. We sold seven
Gins the pasit season to persons named below, and beg to refer to them as to their work
ing: Messrt. J. Newton Fowles, Moses M. Coppock, N. B. Davenport, Connelly &
Vaughan, and W. P. Gillim, of Newberry County, and Messrs. Todd & Duvall and Mr.
A. Y. Thompson, of Laurens County.
Price, $3.50 per Saw, Delivered at Newberry Depot.
Sallipe of (in tuay be sen at oiar Store,
Libra arrangements made with approved purchasers..
EVERY GIN FULLY WARRANTED.
Newberry, S. C., July 21, 1875-29-2m. .PBOZR&0.
WEI ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR STOCK
Of FRENCH and ENGLISH CASSIMERES we have
some very choice patterns, and of SCOTCH CHEVIOT
SUITINGS, (the most desirable goods for Business Suits
ever imported,) we have an unusually large stock.
Samples and directions for measuring sent on application.
When three or more suits are ordered at one tinle, we
will send our foreman in person.
Goods sent C. 0. D. subject to inspection.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Mar. 17, 11-tf.
For the following popular COTTON Rsetul nom i arn n h
INS: pbi eeal hth a ae om
The Neblett & Goodrich. atn l rfsinlclsmd nhm
The Georgia Gin. Sp ,1'53-y
The Winship Gin.D.S.G WE C
The Taylor Gin.HaiglctdithtonfNeery
The Chapman Gin. ftetw n uronigcuty
The Gullett Gin. We o rfsinlyeggdh a
Also Agents for Winshi 's anfods ndMs.Stn
Cotton Press and Smith'smoeLagrdsAu.1,2-.
Cotton Press. 3 R E IG
July 7, 27-tf.
Something New, Beau- tems mrvdisrmns speae
tiful, Durable and rc n ipth
ern and Or-prmtaeni.
namnenting t 7.4-y DetySryo
Nothing has come before the public in'CLETO AGNY
ur estimation so practical and economical
s the Abrams' Metallic Grave Cover. It is
ertainly just the thing that the people
want, and we are now introducing tbem; WL.H HMS
for sale single or club rates.
Also, Territorial Rights for sale of theAtonyadCnsloataw
following Counties, viz:
Spartanburg, Union, Laurens, Edgefield,
Abbeville, Anderson, Oconee, Pickens and TILJSIE
Greenville. NWER,-- OT AOIA
Call and see specimen at John B. Mar
in's Buggy Emporium. iipbuiesetsedothsfic
Any further information wanted will rrateddowihfelyandspch
eive prompt attention by calling on or aa- CrepIdl(efo bodslctd
ressing, W. H. WISEMAN, Agt.,
May 5, 1 8-tf. Newberry, s. C. tI I tIi I
Plow Iron and Steel. t[1l IlllL
A large let of PLOW IRON and STEEL, efns nht fPR HT
ust arrived. HARM,MnoNn'Sdfo.slea
AtPAROofes Asioa &ARs.
Rooms Over C. B. Buist's -Store, East of
McFall & Pool's.
Respectfully informs his patrons and the
public generally that he has taken rooms
as above mentioned, and will be happy to t
attend all professional calls made on him.
Sep. 8, 1875-86-ly- t
Dr. S. G. WELCH i
Having located in the town of Newberry, i
offers his professional services to the people
of ti.e town and surrounding country.
When not professienally engaged he may
be found either at Dr. Fant's Drug Store, 3
or at his residence on Boundary street, be
tween Mr. Wm. Langford's and Mrs. stan
more Langford's. Aug. 11, 82-5m.
The undersigned, being provided with
the most improved instruments, is prepared t
to do all kinds of SURvEYING with accu
racy and dispatch.
All orders left at Suber & Caldwell's Law
Office, or Mrs. 0. Mower's Store will receive
F. WERBER, Ja.,
Oct.: 7, 40-ly. . Deputy surveyor
WILL. H. TH0MAS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NEWBEERY, - - - - SOUTE CAROLINA.
atE e o i fiel t and d a h.ofHee
Correspondence from abroadssolicited.
Feb. 17, 1875-7-1y.
The finest quality of PURE WHITE
LIME, on hand and for sale at a
MAYEs & MARTIN'S. J
Mos. 16 10-d Jnly 14.28--if.- - - - E
Dry Goods, Groceries, Sc.
THE GREAT RUSH FOR
BIRGIINS IN DRY GOODS
TO BE KEPT UP BY
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES!
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEW GOODS constantly received in all
There is no discount on the
Bargain Counter Prices,
Dress Silks from 50 CENTS PER YARD
UP, and all goods sold without regard to
cost. Aug. 4, 81-tf.
ECEIING I .ND IN STORE
A FUU LINE
Spring and 2ummer GodSl
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
Po W. & R. n . III K
Respectfully callattentlonto their elegant,
and vaed o gos ng
Dress Goods, Calicoes, Hosiery, Gloves,
:aes Collrs,Ribos 0"o"0 uns.
assimere, Clths, Kersey,SiArts, Draw
Domestic and Staple Goods in endless va
BOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOThING
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
A fine assortment of
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A superior lot of
UMBUELL AS, for hand and buggy.
PINE AND COMMON TRUNKS
&mong Which are those convententand ele
13n short anyrand ever xrt'le I va
rious lines, a l of Wiohla been carell
Wlected, An4 which we warrant to be fit
SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
We are away gladto show ourgoodsand
P. W. & R. 8. 0CB0C.
i. 0. RVIION & 09.4
01 all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Hams,
Flour: Lard, Molasses,
liRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BABUINI AND TIES,
&nd all other articles to be found in a GRO
OERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP
Oct. 15, 41-1y.
rhe Savannah Morning News
Is gnrally recognized as th1edn
ess wth which tquestins ofpublic poic
ave been discussed in- its columns. The -
IORNf~ NEWS s no an organ; it san
uniy toavne and advoct the princ
ythe Fathers of the Rpublic. In regr
o news te M ir2 EN ws maes specal
~rice $10 for 12 months; $5 for 6 months
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
RE SAVANNAN WEEKLY MORNING NEES.
)n Dollar. This sone of the cheapet
reek]ies pblised. Itisnot abianketshet
hrown. It is a neatly printed forpage
paper, copacl mad up and edie ith
haat&r is admitted into the columnso
he WEEKLY. It is an elaborately compiled
ne DAIY IEs. The tlgrahi des.
*thso he* we r eedlte adcare-s
trcl of a news cactr. It also con
ho have not then advantg of a h diya
endin One Dollar to the publisher; or for
ne year by sending Two Dollars.
rsas the DAILY NEWS. Price, $8for 12
nonths; $3 for 6 months.
o ord er,ree leter or Expres'a
The Morning News Printing Office
Isthe lrgest in eate e ry descrip
on"f Pitndn at h s"nun' te noti"e.*
Li~tch. Estimates for work promfpt)y ftr
Address all letters, J.H. ESIL
Cotton Saw Gtins.
Equal to any in the country, with an im
roved COTTON ROLL, superior to ay
J. M. ELLIOTT,
Winnsboro', S. C.
R EFERECE.-W. B. Creight, R. R. Agt.,
nd Maj. T. W. Woodward, Pres't State
griculural andl Mechanical Society, Winns
oro', S.. Aug. 4- 31-.:285.