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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEw ADvzRTISEXENTS.
J. C. Leaby-Citation.
Dan'l Ligon-Agents Wanted.
C. G. Jaeger-Bankrapt Notice.
J. J. Carrington-Sheriff's Sale.
James C. Leahy-Notice to Creditors.
W. L. Danley-Important to Emigrants.
Harry B. Scott-Opening of Free Schools.
Jno. P. Aull-Newberry Steam Mill For
P. W. & R. S. Chick-Dry Goods, Hard
Dowie, Moise & Davis-Fever and Ague
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
THomPsoN., Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
will accept our thanks for the interest
ing letter which appears in this issue.
"Zula's" letter will appear next week.
H ha%our thanks for again coming to
'Luloa's" escriAn of what she saw
-and enjoyed in a late tr) to N. C., will
appear in next issue.
Itemsoftravel, facts concerning crops
and general interests, as well as all
matters transpiring in the County are
solicited, but we urge correspondents
to be brief and stick to the text.
Fzm FisS.-The public are inform
ed that Fresh Fish may be expected at
L. I. Marshall's on Thursday and Sat
urday. Call early and secure a supply.
S=rX=G OFF AT CosT.-Bargain
seekers are invited to call at the store
of Mr. M. Foot, as his entire summer
stock of goods will be sold for the next
ten days at cost, to make room for fall
and winter purchases. Call at -once
and secure bargains. it.
ATTRACTION AT SPECK's.-The Raf
fle for that magnificent Doll will take
place at Speck's Jewelry Store this af
ternoon at 4 o'clock.. It is suggested
that parties interested go prepared with
extra stamps-as there nsay be other
things put up. 1L
LAURENS RAII. RoAD.-We are grat
ified to learn that Col. Peake has re
ceived orders to push the work of re
building the road to completion. He
will, therefore, at once recommence
work. Due notice will be given when
the train will commence making regu
lar trips from.Newberry to Kinard's and
CO RtarrON II..USTEATE.-This is
the title of a handsome book of 240
page, and nearly 100 illustrations, just
published by Messrs. Walker, Evans &
Cogswell, of Charleston, S. C. They
have sent us 100 copies for distribution
to our merchants, who will please call
and et the same.
"The, woods in the vicinity of New
berry have been on fire for two weeks,
and hardly a fence or a fodder stack is
So says the Aiken Corrir-lTournazl,
and we are truly sorry to hear news of
such distressing character, and it seems
strange that living so near Newberry
we did not hear it earlier.
The town of New berry is becoming
to be quite a cotton market. Since the
openmng of the season about forty bales
of -new cotton have been sold in that
market. The first bale sold brought
we correct by saying that she is already
quite a cotton market, and quite an im
-Two or three active and reliable
agents are wanted at once, to sell the
Singer. Sewing Machine in Newberry
and Laurens Counties. Liberal induce
Sments will be offered agents who mean
business to sell our Machines.
THE SINGER M'F'G. CO.,
DAN'L. LIGON, Agt.
Columbia, S. C., Sep. 16,1875. 38-2
Busness MFETING.-We have been
requested to inform the business men
of this town that there will be a meet
ing in the Director's room of the Bank
this afternoon, the object being the for
mation of a local Board of Trustees for
Newberry County, of the Southern Life
Insurance Co. CoL J. F. Treutlen,
Gen. State Agt., and Mr. J. H. Miller,
Gen. Agent, representing the Southern
Life are in town, and the meeting will
be addressed by the latter gentleman.
A full attendance is requested.
DFATHS.-Robert, a son of Mr. Dray
ton Chandler, died of Diptheria on Sat
urday night, near Beth Eden Church.
Two other children are sick with the
same dreadful disease.
A child of Mr. Ed. Campbell, in the
upper part of the County, was buried
on-Sunday-death was caused by brain
Aleck Simpkins, an -old and trust
worthy colored man, died of paralysis
Mrs. Hoof,;an old lady died of con
gestion on Saturday last at Helena.
TRu&xPS.-The papers everywhere,
but more especially North, are teeming
with accounts of the thefis, and in some
instances murders, committed by the
common tramps who are prowling over
the country from Dan to Beersheba, and
much good advice is given in regard to
*them. There is an astonishing increase
of vagrancy, and thousands of idle,
-vicious creatures, who are too lazy to
make bread by honest toil, resort to
every conceivable evil practice. They
prowl through the country in every
kind of guise, and it were well for peo
ple in unprotected situations to keep a
sharp look out on their actions. Watch
such characters as cats watch mice lest
they do harm, and do not admit them
into your houses without due precau
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 ornamental line are advised
to give them a call. 37-tf.
PRESBYTERY MEETING.-The Second
Presbytery of the Associate Reformed
Church, convened at the Thompson
Street Church, on Friday morning last,
at 11 o'clock, with the following minis
ters: The Rev. J. Boyce, D. D., Rev.
W. M. Grier, D. D., and the Rev's. J.
N. Young, W. L. Pressly, H. T. Sloan,
D. F. Hadden, J. C. Boyd, D. G. Phil
ips, E. P. McClintock, R. F. Bradley
and J. C. Galloway. The Elders pres
ent were Messrs. W, H. Hood, - Dren
nan, F. L. Boozer, J. C. S. Brown, -
Burke, McConnell and Stevens.
The Sessions of Presbytery were in
teresting and harmonious, and termina
ted on Saturday evening, after the tran
saction of all the business before the
By appointment of Presbytery the
various pulpits of the to.wn were sup
plied from that body on Sabbath day.
On Thursday night before Session of
Presbytery, the usual Missionary meet
ing was held, and various interesting
addresses were made by the members.
We are glad to say that the delegates
to the Presbytery express themselves
well pleased with the cordiality of their
reception, and the hospitable entertain
ment afforded during their stay.
REuGIous.-The various pulpits in
this town were filled by appointments
of the Associate Reformed Presbytery
on Sabbath last, in an acceptable man
Tranquil Church on the Circuit, ac
cording to promise, was visited by Dr.
S. B. Jones, of the Columbia Female
College-sermons Sunday and Monday.
The protracted meeting in the Meth
odist'Church still continues, and has en
tered its third week. Dr. Pierce, theL
Evangelist, who has been doing good
work in various other parts of the State,
is now assisting in the conduct of the
meeting. On Sunday night four acces
sions were made to the Church, and
four professed conversion.
On Sunday afternoon the Sabbath
School children, teachers and parents
were given one of the most interesting
and profitable talks by Dr. Pierce that
we have ever listened to. The 'Doctor
has the happy faculty of being . able to
chain the little folks attention, beyond
any chance of wandering. He is sow
ing good seed in good ground.
The Rev. F. W. Eason administered
the holy rite of Baptism to five persons
on last Wednesday night. The church
Information reaches us from Sardis
Church, a part of the charge of the Rev.
Geo. M. Boyd-Clinton' Circuit-that
an interesting religious meeting is just
closed, and that twenty-eight accessions
were made to the church. On the Cir
cuit in a period of one month seventy
four persons have joined the church.
PER~SON.-We are pleased to note
the return home of Thos. S. Moorman,
Esq., and family, and that each mem
ber is in improved condition.
Maj. C. H. Suber returned home
from the White Sulphur Springs on
Monday. He is looking better than
in years past.
Messrs. E. S. Coppock, F. E. Salinas,
A. J. McCaughrin, Patrick Scott, J.
D. Cash, W. T. Tarrant, A. M. Bowers,
J. C. Wilson, E. A. Scott, Capt. Mc
Fal, D. B. Wheeler and J. E. Chap
man, after business absences, are again
at their respective posts.
We acknowledge the pleasure of a
call from the Revs. M. M. and J. M.
Boyd-father and son. The latter had
just returned from a visit to Sardis
Church in Laurens, a portion of the
charge of his brother, the Rev. Geo. M,
Also a visit from Mr. Jas. T. Wells,
the efficient and gentlemanly agent of
the Columbia Daily Regi.ster, which pa.
per he is representing to good purpose.
We were also favored with a call
from Mr. B. Freeman, representing the
house of Messrs. Robt. Hough & Sons,
importers of Wines and Liquors, Balti
And one from our good old friend
Dr. Homier P. Tarrant, of Augusta, who
it is pleasant to say is looking better
than ever. Mrs. Tarrant, for some time
on a visit here sick, will accompany
him back, being able now to bear the
fatigue of travel.
BEWIDERING.-The 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 pufis from one of
which will immediately restore him
to his former condition, the reaction of
which will be so pleasant 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. l.hal, Coiun.ibia, S. C. 37tf.
We acknowledage from the energet
and accomplished Secretary of the An
derson Farmers' and Mechanics' Asso
ciation, Col. J. A. Hoyt, a copy of the
Premium List and General Regulations
of the eighth annual Fair to be held at
Anderson, on the 27th, 28th and 29th of
October. We are glad to see that the
enterprise of Anderson still shows itself
in good practical works.
Mosurro MUsic.-People who are
afflicted with mosquitos will be pleased
to know that the buzzing wherewiti
the diligent insect enlivens the night is
the way in which he calls his mate.
He does not make this noisein sheer
malice, but he sings to his' sweetheart,
and these curious creatures listen to
each other with their feelers. The
antenna vibrate to different notes, and
so the delicate creatures commune with
each other in darkness.
In spite of the knowledge thus im
parted we refuse to be pleased, even at
the risk of the accusation that we have
no music in our soul. It may be dem
nition fine to others, but we would
rather never hear a serenade again
from the diligent insect, whether it be
made amorously or through sheer
ABOUT THE ToWN AND COUNTY.
The weather is Septemberish-and
we hear of no complaints. .
Very little effect on business, howev
er, so far as this office is concerned,
there being but one cash subscription
received this week. Why is this thus?
Here, there, everywhere-Packer
with his paint brushes. Brightness fol
lows his every move.
Capt. Pifer's Academy has opened
under favorable auspices. Give him a
Glad to see Mr. J. 0. Peoples over
looking business interests once more.
The two tin shops are merged into
one-the old stand opposite the Court
House is the place to go now.
Durham Lovelace has a new cotton
tie, and it was a tie between him and
Todd for several days to discover how
it tied. It is said these ties will do to
tie to. No charge for this advertise
ment, except good will,
The mystery as to where our two cats
went is solved by the Greenville News.
Bob Kennedy has gone into the fiddle
string business. Why is there not en
terprise in Newberry for such a business
If moonlight hours were made for
love why are there no more marriages?
The new drug store presents a very
By some unaccountable misapprehen
sion of facts, there is a large class of
persons who think that it costs little or
nothing to run a newspaper. We beg
such people to pause and reflect.
Glass can be drilled with a tool moist
ened with diluted sulphuric acid, and
yet you cannot drill soue people into
paying their debts.
Rawley Springs have made a wonder
ful improvement in Mr. A. J. M'Caugh
rin. He looks an inch taller and cor
respondingly stout. He is in such good
condition physically and mentally that
he will be able to sell guanos to every
farmer in the County..
It is reported that there are fourteen
marriages to take place shortly in the
town and county. If each couple re
members us with cake, the price of flour
will make no difference-to the editor.
Luck attend every one of them.
We do not like to appear unapprecia
ive and therefore, though a week be
hind time, acknowledge a batch of New
York papers from Mr. T. F. Harmon.
The graceful pose of the show cards
and pictures in the new drug store are
due to the rare taste of the younger
Peham. His judgment in the display
of the ornamental has added much to
the general appearance.
Messrs. P. WV. & R. S. Chick are hap
py in being able to accommodate the
public with new goods, the public and
ladies ar especially happy in the
knowledge, and the HERALD is happy
in being the medium of publicity, In
short everybody is happy.
There is nothing like new paint, and
we are pleased to notice that Dr. S. F.
Fant is having his store repainted from
centre to circumference.
Law Range now boasts of an eating
Saloon, lately opened by Messrs. Ward
An audible expression of pleasure at
sight of a load of cotton to the owner
sitting on the topmost bale, was met
with the quick reply that "you need not
be glad, none of it is for you." How
He called to see if he owed anything
-didn't know but there might be a lit
te charge. Had a small mule ad. in
serted last summer, but thought that
was done through courtesy. Well now,
did you ever? No I never. Was he
A returned clothing merchant imhparts
the information that hie was surprised
to see Mr. WV. G. Mayes again. He
feared that irrepressible gentleman
would come up missing.
A book agent called the other day
and though lhe found us busy, attempted
to give a detailed history of his book.
After he had lectured fifteen minutes
without any sign of closing, he was po.
litely informed that his remarks were
not appreciated. He left.
The immense pile and varied assort
ment of new goods that rolled into Har
mon's store on Friday was astonishing.
Had any of our many subscribers do
sired to come up stairs to settle their
dues they would have found it difficult.
They did not come.
A paper box with end broken out and
filled with dead rats was one of the con
ignments on the Greenville Road Fri
day last. The consignee smelt a mice
and did rot receive the box.
Being shoit of items this week we
beg leave to inform the public that L.
R. Marshall's flag still floats. We may
soon look for fish and oysters.
MELANCHOLY.-"Young man, you
feel a superiority to the whole human
race, as you stand at the altar with your
fair young bride. You would not
change places with the President. Yet
a few short years, a few whiskings of
broom handles, an untimely stoppage
or two of wafted flat irons, and your
weary body will rest under the swaying
willow, while some young gallant will
bring your late aillicted partner out to
the cemetery on calm Sabbath evenings
and whisper love in her ear, as together
they strew peanut shells over your
grave. 'Oh, why should the spirit of
mortal be proud?"'
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 the 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 cure. The process of recovery is, of course,
longer when the malady his 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 invigorant. 35-5t.
NEwBERRY, September 21.-Cotton mar
ket quite active, although price remains at
the low figure-12 cts. 351 bales were ship
ped during week.
LIvERpOOL, September 20.-Cotton steady
-middling uplands 615-16; middling Or
leans 7 5-16; sales 10,000.
NEW YoRx, September 20.-Cotton easy;
sales 1,279, at [13a144j. Gold active at
BALTIMORE, September 20.-Cotton dull
and lower-middling 131.
CHARLESTON, September 20.-Cotton firm
AUGUSTA, September 20.-Cotton steady
and in fair demand-middling 121a121.
Newberry Prices Currents
-CORRECTED WEEELY, -
By MAYES & )MTIN.
APPLES-Green, per bushel..........a 2 00
Dry, per bushel...........1 50 al 75
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 11
Sides, perlb......... .... 14 a. 15.
BLUE STONE, per lb.............. a 15
BEEF- er lb......................... 8 a 12
BUTTER-Country, per 1b........ 25 a 30
CHEESE-E. D.................. 18 a 20
CHICKENS-per head............... 15 a 80
CALIO--ew yard... .. ,.... 10 a 121
COPPERAS-perlb.............. 8 a 1o
CORN, Dr bushel............1 25 a 85
CORN EAL, bolted, per bushel.... al 85
CANDLES-Adamnantine, per sett.., 18 a 20
COFFEE-Rio. per lb............ 25 a 28
Laguyra, per lb......... a 32
Java, perb..........- a40
COTTON YARN, per bunch...........Sl 55
DOMESTICS-4-4 per yard........12 a 14
7--8 ....... 10 a12
84 " ...... a8
EGGS. per dozen............... - a 20
FLOUR. per bb...........0a9 0
GUNPiOWDEIRp1............... - a4
IRON TIES, per j1 b...;.... - a 7
IRON-Amiericani refined, per poond 6) a 7
Swedes....-.............. 9a 10
Band....................-- a 8
Hoop.................... a 12
Plow Steel.................. a 12
P.ot ware................. 10 a 12
LARD, perTb............,,.... 1 20
LU.3BEE-Wide Boards. Per 31 ft.. ..120 a2000
Scanitling, per 31 ft...O0 a2000
Flooring,'per M ft...150U a2000
MOLASSES-Cuba. per gal........5) a 00
Wes India per gal.... 60 a 75
.New Orleans, per gal.. 9) al0.00
MACKEREL-Per half barrel...600 aSI00
per Kit.............2 0 aQ 00
3ADDER-per lb................- a 40
NAILS, per keg......... -- .....-..5 00 a6 00
OATS, per bushel................. a 75
ONIONS, per bushel.............. - a8 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gal........... - a 40
-Linseed,boiled................ al 35
LinEeed, raw............. ....S i a 40
Tanner's. Straits...........1 00 al 25
PEAS, per bushel. .. ............1 00 al 25
POTATS-1rish, per bushel.......- a2 00
Sweet, per bushel... - a 75
PAIN rs-White Lead, per lb.1 . 2 a 14
RIE Chemical, per gal....... -a2 50
IC,per lb........................ a 10
SALT, per sac........................ -- al 90
SINGLES, per ]00............5 00 a6 00
SUGAR-P'alverized, per lb......... a 18+
Crushed, per lb.............a 181
A, pr 16...... ..... a 18
C, 'xtra, per lb..............a 12+
Brown, per lb..'............ a 121
SPECIE-Gold.................. a 121
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a3 00
- - French Brand y......- - a1A0 -
Rye Whiskey......... 50 a6 00
Holland Gi#............ -a8 00
'f Ture ntine...........al 00
TEA-Hyson, r~1b................1 50 a2 50
Impera,perlb..............1 75 a2 50
Black, per lb..................1 00 al 75
TALLOW, per lb..................... a 10
VINEGAR-Cier, per gal...............a 50
VARNISHES-Coach biody, per gal.4 00 a4 50
Copal, per gal.........a 00
WHEAT, per b 4sel.... ........ -=:- a -
Would respectfully inform his friends'
and the public generally, that lie has just
returned froi New York~ and Saltimore,
where he has, with great care, purchased a
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES,
And many other goo-ls kept iin his line.
Come one and all and examine for your
Thankful for the very liberal patronage I
have heretofore received, I hope by strict
attention to business to continue to merit
the same. My motto is "Quick Sales and
THOS. F. HARMON.
Sep. 15, 37-tf.
The Sixteenth Year of this Institution
will open MONDAY, OCT., 4th. Faculty
coplete. Course of study, thorough.
Government, kind and parental. Location,
healthy and pleasant. Terms, reasonable.
The President and his family will occupy
the College, 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, 88-2m.
State Grange Fertilizer,
And "THE CLIMAX."
T wo first class, pure bone, amnmoniated
Fertilizers, for sale by D. JENNINGS &
SON and J. . AIKEN, Agents, Charles
ton, S, C. The highest testimronials can
be given- Please send for circular.
Sop. I, 35-m.
MLEO F CARRIAGE!
FIN PINT COLORS, &1fI
By 3rder of Hon. M. Moses, under date
of August 16, 1875, we will sell, at public
auction, ON SALE-DAY NEXT, 4th DAY
OF OCTOBER, at New;erry, S. 0.:
5 Second Hand Carriages.
1 Second Hand Carriage,
1 Lot Fine Paint Colors.
1 Two-horse Wagon Body.
1 Lot Wagon Hubs, &c.
Terms of Sale-Cash on
S. P. BOOZER,
JOHN 0. PEOPLES,
Receivers of Webb, Jones & Parker.
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 14, 1875. 37-3t.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rhe Copartnership heretofore existing
under the name of LOVELACE & WHEEL
ER, is this day dissolved by muttial con
sent. The business of the firm will be set
tIed up by D. B. Wheeler.
B. H. LOVELACE,
D. B. WHEELER.
Sep. 2, 1875.
Having sold my interest in the firm of
Lovelace & Wheeler to D. B. Wheeler, I
do cheerfully recommend him to the pub
lic, and would request a continuance of the
liberal patronage bestowed upon the late
firm. B. H. LOVELACE.
NOTICE OF P1RTNERSHIP,
The subscribers have this day formed a
Partnership for Transactin,
a General Mercantile
in the town of Newberry, under the name
D. B. WHEEiLR & 0O.
and hope, by strict attention to business
and fair dealing, to receive a liberal share
of the patronage of their friends and the
D. B. WHEELER,
E. C. HOUSEAL.
Sept. 8th, 1875-37-2t.
The notes and accounts of the late firm
of Lovelace & Wheeler, are in my hands
for collection. All persons indebted to
said firm will please come forwar4 and set
tle at once, as the business must be settled
up. D. B. WHEELER.
Sep. 2, 1875.-36-St.
-CO13J NtI3IA, S. C.
Rev. S. B. JQJES, D. D., Fresident.
FA LL SESSION will open on the FIRST
WELNESDAY in OCTOBER. Terms mod
erate. Four experie~nced *rf~osi
charge of departmenzts. FrCtlge
appy tone Pre.-dent
Augi 25, 84-2ma'.
STATE OF SOUIHl CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, 11. C. Moses, as Clerk of the
Ciruit- Court,' hath made suit to me, to
grant him Letters of Administration of
the Estate and effects of John Moore, de
-These-are -therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at.Newberry Court Ronse,
S. C., oni the 14th day of October next,
after publication. pereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the, saids Adiministration should
not be granted. Given under my Hand,
thi1-ithi day of September, Anno Domnini,
J. C. LE AHY, .T. P. N. C.
Sep. 15, 3'7-4t.
THE FALL SESSION
WILL 00OMMENOE ON THE 15TH SEPT.
A. P. PIFER, A. M., Principal,
WITH COMPETENT ASSISTATS.
The advantages afforded by this institu
tion for a thorough and complete educa
tion, are second to no other in the State,
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 I8, SS-tf, Principal.
PIANOS & ORGANS.
CASH PRICES; EASY TERMS.
From $25 to $100 can be saved in the
purchase of Piano or Or:gan 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, $800, $325, and
$350, fully guaranteed for five years. Terms
$50 cash and balance in sir months; or,
$100 cash, and balance in one year.
The celebrated Mason & Hlamlin
Organs, are also sold upon cash payments
of $25 to $50, and balance in six and twelve
Pianos and Organs sold also by amall
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
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
The finest quality of PURE WHITE
LIME, on hand and for sale at
MAYES & MARTIN'S.
.Tnly 1a 28- tf.
HARNESS, SADDLES, PLOW GEARING
A General Assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE.
We beg to inform the public that we have made large additions to our manufacturing
establishment, and we are now prepared to sell cheaper than any other house in the
South. Manufacturing all goods in our line we are prepared to warrant them all as to
workmanship and material. Give us a call and see our
BUGGY HARNESS AT $12 PER-SETT,
McCLELLAN SADDLES AT $3 EACH,
The same that are selling elsewhere at $3.50. These are no factory goods, but the
HOME MADE AND WARRANTED.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRON,
68 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Sep. 15, 37-3m.
ESTABLI SHED Oldest Crockery House in Charleston, So. Ca.
1837I 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 GLASSES, KEROSENE 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 figures, and consequently to sell at prices on which
the retailer can realize a handsome profit.
WM. L. WEBB,
128 .Veeting Street, CHJRLESTO., S. C.
Aug. 28, 34-2m.
D. F. FLEMNG. JAMES I. WILSON. JAMES GILFILLIN.
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.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in and Manufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 HAYNE STREET, Cor. of Church Street,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Aug. 11, 32-2m.
JOHN G. MILNOR. TEE. A. WILBUR. JACOB 1. MARTI'
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 oity, and Terms, to responsible houses,
Oesa wmod tmeet our prompt and careful attention. Aug.11, 32-2m.
THlE IMPROVED IROli FRAME
BRON CTTONfi &IN
N. PgBOOZER. CO.9
For Newberry County.
In offering this COTTON GIN to our friends this season, we do so withithe most
perfect confidence that it will 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
ingr Messrs. -5:Newton Fowles, Moses M.7Coppock, N. B..- Davenport, Connelly a
vaughan, and W. P. Gilliam, of Newrberry County, and Messrs. Todd & Duivall and Mr.
A. Y. Thompson, of Laurens County.
Price,- $3.50 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,
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Newberry, S, 0., July 21, 1875-29-2m.
WE 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 time, 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-if..
SHERIFF'S SAL.E. COTTON GINS.
Thomas A. Floyd, Plaintiff, against Levi S.
Slawson, Defendant.-Judgment of Fore
closure and Sale.
In accordance with an order of the Court II1V R. M TI
of Common Pleas, in the above stated ac- llS iL l I.iUII
tion, dated the 6th day of April, A. D. 1875,
I will sell, in front of the Court House, on Manufactgrers Agents,
Monday, 4th October next, all that certain
lot of land containing ninety-eight one- For the following popular COTTON
hundredths acres, more or less, butting and GINS:
bounding on lands of John T. Peterson,
Andrew J. Longshore and Levi S. Slawson, The Neblett & Goodrich.
together with the Steam Flouring, Grist
and Saw. Mill, situated.on the same, as well The Georgia Gin.
as the Steam Engine, and all other fixtures.. . .
TERMs-The sum of five hundred and The Waiship Gin.
tirtyfive dollars with interest from 8th The Taylor Gin.
October, 1874, with the costs of this actionJ*
to be paid in cash, and one-half of the bal- The Chapman Gin.
ance to be paid on the 8th December, 1875,
and the other half to be paid on the 8th The Gullett Gin.
December, 1876. Purchaser to give bondfo
and good surety and mortgage of premises Also Agents fOrWinship'
to secure the credit portion and to pay for Cotton Press and Smith's
papers. J. J. CARRINGTON,
*Sep. 15, 37-3t. S. N. C. Cotton Press.
July 7, 27-tf.
Cotton Saw Gins. TOBACCO.
Equal to any in the country, with an im- A large lot of TOBACCO for sale at
proved COTTON ROLL, superior to any HAt orMtOBnk.
oManufatured by Aug. 25, 34-if.
Winnsboro', s. C. Plow Iron and SteeL
REFERECES.-W. B. Creight, R. R. Agt., A large lot of PLOW IRON and STEEL,
and Maj. T. W. Woodward, Pres'c State just arrived.
Agricultural anidMechanical Society, Winns- At - HARMON'S.
bo .C.a .&u An 4 31-2m*~ Mar. 10. 10--tf.
Dry Goeds, Groceres, r.
Corn, Barley, Oats
1,000 Bushels CORN on
han fand fo-rsale.
500 Bushels RED SEED
25 Bushels RYE.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
THE GREAT RUSH FOR
BIRGINS IN DRY GOODS
TO BE KEPT UP BY
C. F. JACKSON,
IHE LEADER OF LOW PRICES I
.128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
NEW GOODS constantly received in all
There is no discount on the
Baigain Countu NiCO8.
Dress Silks from 50 CENTS PER YARD
UP, and all goods sold without regard to
ost.. Aug. 4, 31-tf.
A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Ties.
Fine N. 0. Molasses.
Sugar House Molasses.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
If You Would Save
Where Bargains May Be Bad
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
Of All Qualities and Varieties.
Of All Kinds.
LMy od were bought TOSLL AT
TO SAI8Y NBMIBBYs
All that I ask is an examination of goods
Has the sale on liberal terms of
-iddleten's Fish Amonlated
A No. 1 Fertilizer for Cotton, Gorn, &c.,
made in Charleston, S. C., and guaranteed
to give full satisfaction.
Mar. 31, 13-tf.
J (J. 11llON & 00o.,
01 all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Hams,
Flour. Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BASS/NC AND TIE8,
An1 all other articles to be found in aGRo
CERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP