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Specal a4 Local.
Iaa To NWW ADVjMTnSXXT.
James C.-Lsah- tionl.
.Poole & Ht-ch. 6nY.
J. J,A - T repams.
John F. S -Great AttractionS
Dr. S. F. at-Let there be Light.
The RoanokeCe- 1nPrstUs.
P.- . Togle-Doors, Sash BHnd
D..:Weelt & Co.-DY Goods, &c.
J.. - Cash;-Diy Goods, Oothing, &c.
John D. Suber-Admiistoei Sale.
John Scott & Co.-Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
I. & W. C. Swaffield-Columbia Clothing
.Jsms,-Ogi & Bonknghts-DE Goods,
OWrpN Show, Hats,&c
se caidatFer-WSber, Jr., Deputy Survey
or. _____ 40-ly.
nrn ,Dntis, over Phifer's Store.
TiE lloAOKE COLLEGuN.-T h e
Prospectus of this paper appearsin this
issue, and we commend it to the atten
tion of the reader.
PHIFER'S SHOE AND CLOTHING
Posiively the largest stock of extra
fme HATS ever brought to Newber
ANOEM CO ON BuER-s-Capt. J.
S. boles, Iath otbhappelPs Depot, has
localed1i4ewberry, and has entered
upon,the active business of buying cot
ton, He has selected a good market,
.tw wvish hing abundant success.
-ED SMVER WAMiED.-One thous
ynnees of old Silver wanted at the
jewelry Store of J. F. Speck. The
e will b6 pid for it in any
rwin, at Chappell's De
- Mareins-ed by *ar an TMe&dY
mighgjh%*sntire contem of- the:
lowe were burned. Capt. Coles, a
boarder in thA duse, lost a -of his
T-HIER'&SHOE AND CLOTHING
siNa..-Zaigler's 18 thread Cloth
S at only ft.50; cheaper than they
ver been sold 39-f
m Pnra= AcanEur.-With much
the safe ardrad of
Apano Por to youngich t
lannd ny of1 br sad ea nt
. oat~suante ro. Pife lthes stea
tin n afe th highadsof
&r94 at cFa ls, toe hi h thego
seueale himnemed. ofh doubtslesh
nPuanber -Wn en re plad toido
lagosta fdn. al caey
PIlREBi AND CLOTHING
New York CIty-mzade Goat Shoes,
N~ew York City-made Foxed Shoes,
HANDSOM.-The neatest and pret
tes prints of-the season can be seen
on th~e counters of Mr. T. F. Harmon,
.asd our advice tohfnahands is to keep
heir better halres at home unless they
- have mnadeup4their minds to take the
assseqenes,whWch will result from a
liost his handsbme calico.
'McFAU&Popi respectfully call at
tanaani to the jteresting fact that their
stock of Fall d Winter Dry Goods in
THf departments, is now being opened.
The stock is ful, varied and has been
selected with nnmnna1 care b~y the senior
partner, whose exceeding good taste is
gelI kn6wn. 'in enumeration of spe
eliltie made next week. 39-it
g~oLMBL& HOUS.-The reader will
be pleamdto-see the eonspicuous and
~gentloemen occupy the old Shiver build
ing and conduct the same popular char
ace d nuinnse, and :ve cordially
enmuiend themto the people of New
berry and~ surrounding counties.
colored man, living
a M -FM E.Henson's, had his hand
accidesitally caught in a gin on Thurs
bdy, the 23d. Four fingers were so se
verely ,eut that amputation of several
GleemedJto be neeaary; but the physi
dan, Dr. J. Win. Folk, who treated the
wonds,1mited-the many lacerated parts
PHIfER'S SHOE AND CLOTHING
4~ :Xeb&ing a lurge and assorted stock
of FINE CLOTHING, which, as we
sell for cash only, will be sold at less
figures than ever known before. 39-tf
PRO&TRACTED .MEETNG.-The con
tinued services held in the Methodist
Churcb, both morning and night, have
been unusually interesting. The con
gregations generally have been bprge
and earnestly attentive, while many
have professed conversion and quite a
number of accessions have been made
to the Church. Dr. Pierce, the Evan
gelist, who conducts these meetings,
has succeeded in the happiest manner
in gaining the sympathy of his bearers
and there is an earnest promise that his
labors will result in great good to the
CHArJXMNO! ILUSTRATM).-Thiq is
the title of a new and handsome paper
covered book-of 240 pages, fqr copies of
which we are indebted to Messrs. Walk
er, Evans & Cogswell, of Charleston,
who are the publishers. It is finely
printed, is embellished with nearly one
hundred illustrations of the principal
houses.of Charleston, and is altogether
quite interesting. It has been gotten
up for free distribution at the expense
of the merchants of that city. Several
copies uncalled for are on hand at this
SAD AFmCTION.-In our last issue
we toticed the death of Mr. Drayton
Chandler's child from Diptheria. On
Saturday last, another interesting little
child was laid beside the first, andwhile
the father was still at the grave of this
one he was hastily summoned home to
catch the last and dying whisper of his
oldest daughter, Emma. All three died
of Diptheria and within one week.
This is the saddest dispensation which
has been experienced in this County in
years, and deeply do we sympathise
with the bereaved parents. One other,
and the only child left, lies dangerously
Il of the same fataf disease.
COLUMMA CLOTING HOUSE.-The
advertisement in this issue from the
clothing house of Messrs. R. & W.
C. Swaffield is worthy attention.
The fall and winter stock now in store
is very full. These gentlemen are ex
perienced clothiers and keep none but
the best goods, the most of which have
been made up by themselves. The of
fer to send goods to order, subject to
inspection, is certainly a great accom
modation, and will be appreciated by
d5aftwho havenot the time to visit the
ciy. Our long and pleasant experience
with the members of this house, as well
as their gentlemanlya te. prompts
a hearty recommendation of them to the
public. Orders will receive prompt
attention with a guarantee of satisfac
SM . KiGS.AND & HEATH, pro
prietorsof the popular House-furnishing
*asbahWhment situated under the Col
umbia Hotel, in the city of Columbia,
dai.iJ.receipt ew g oos
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
nM--Eonpee md seekers of ar
whtonameiline are advised
to give them a call. 37-tf.
,.xmn I-rxs.-The halth of the
~twn is-remarkably good, and has&bien
for some time past.
The white-wash brush has added
much to the appearance of Mr. W. H.
Eddy's paligs -also to the second
stoe of J. B. Campbell, Esq.
Col. G. S. Cannon drove a wagon all
alone to town lately, in quest of bag
gig and ties. He isastirring mani.
The store.of Clark o& Folk has been
remodelled and refitted, adding ten-fold
to its appearance,
What is it that we love more than
Fear more than death?.
The poor man has it.
The rich man desires it.
The miser he spends it.
The spendthrift he saves it.
-And when we die we carry it with
us to our grave?
Two or three active and reliable
.agents are wanted at once, to sell the
Singer Sewing Machine in Newberry
and Laurens Counties. Liberal induce
ments will be offered agents who mean
business to sell our Machines.
THE SINGER M'FG. CO.,
DAN'L. LIGON, Agt.
Columbia, S. C., Sep. 16,1875. 38-2
.A box was. received at this oie a
few days ago, weighing ten pounds,
upon which the freight from Columbia
to Newberry was the extraordinary low
sum of four cents. It came from New
York. We were startled out of the
usual equanimity of editorial life. "Four
cents!" "Yes," said the drayman; "but
not having the requisite change I had
to hand the freight agent a whole
nickle." "Well, and what is the dray
age?" asked we, "Only ten cents." It
was out of proportion-four cents for
forty-seven miles by rail, and ten cents
for a quarter of a mile by mule. Well,
we paid it, and lost one cent by the
drayman not having change. We
thought it was all, till the collecting
agent of the Wilmington road brought
in his bill for seven cents-this was fronw
New York to Columbia. It was right,
no doubt, but somuchiunder the usual
tariff that it was no wonder we were
thrown out of balance. Eleven cents
from New York on 10 lbs. of freight
may well be compared with the Express
charge of $5 per hundred. Commend
us to Express Co.'s by all means.
BwEEN.-The visitor to the
store of Messrs. Perry~&Slawson is hi
danger of having his wits goon 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 othez
fancies- for gentlemen, and these are
not all the causes which are calculated
to lead to a slight wandering of the
fany, 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 fm-~
ished stores in the city of Columbia,
Should the visitor be affected, we gladl3
state that an antidote can be at once hai
in any of the numerous choice brands oj
their segars, a few puffs from one :
which will immediately restore him
to his former condition, the reaction o
which will be so pleasant that an in,
vestment will be at once made in
whole box. These gentlemen do be
sides a large wholesale business, and
the trade are invited to send orders
Remember the place-one door belov
1 e na ranmum a n 37-tf
TEr, MEAx BlsrrEsS.-In this
week's paper will be found several in
teresting and important announcements
to which we invite the aftention of the
reader. It will be seen that our mer
chants are prepared for the Fall trade,
which is now opening so hopefully, and
that they present attractions not only in
quantity and quality of goods, but in
prices. They realize the fact that the
best way to make trade is to have the
best of goods, to sell at living prices,
and to ADVERTISE.
Messrs. Wheeler & Co., late Lovelace
& Wheeler, have in store a stock which
for variety, excellence and price cannot
be excelled, and all that is asked is an
The clothing house of-Messrs. Wright
& Coppock is better stocked than ever
before.~ The*display of gentlemen's and
youth's suits is very large and in great
variety of fabric and style. Besides
this they warrant all of their goods.
They have bats, caps, shoes, under
garments, &c., of superior qualities,
and their brogans for farm use cannot
At Capt. J. F. Speck's establishment
a bewildering effect is produced on the
beholder. Never was there such a dis
play of handsome articles in Jewelry,
Silverware and Fancy Goods shown
before. A visit to his handsome store
and a view of the novelties will pay.
Mr. J. D.- Cash's large emporium is
ali ablaze. His stock of Dry Goods of
every kind and quality, together with
his superb assortment of piece goods
for gentlemen cannot be excelled any
where. In addition to these he can
show a line of ladies and gents' shoes
of finest material and styl, or anything
that may be called for.
The special notices of Mr. R. F.
Phifer speak for themselves, still we
invite attention to the' inducements
which he offers. His large and ele
gantly arranged store is filled with such
a stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing,
&c., as cannot fail to give the largest
amount of satisfaction.
Dr. S. F. Fant, the popular druggist,
on the corner, makes a corner on Lamps
this week. He has a su rior stock of
all patterns, sizes and eapest prices,
not to mention an elegent variety
toildt ornaments. He says in his 124
"Let there be light," and the object of
this notice is throw light on the subject,
Messrs. Jno. Scott & Co. open their
door this week and offer a superior stock
of clothing for gentlemen, together with
a fine assortment of piece goods, which
will be made up to order in satisfactory
style. Give them a call.
The opening of Dry Goods in front
and Millinery and Fancy Goods in the
rear by McFall & Pool, is attractive in
the extreme.- The usual taste in pur
hasing has been displayed, and we can
confidently guarantee satisfaction.
Poomi& Huer, of Baltimore, whose
reputation as Founders and Machinists
have become national within the past
twenty-five years, appears elsewhere in
our, col#mns in .an advertisement of
their well known and highly regarded
Jas. Leffel Turbine Water Wheel, as
well as in enumeration of various other
lines of their manufacture. We invite,
for this firm, the favorable consideration
of those of our readers who may be iin
need of anything in their line;- theni
machinery, wherever used, best speak
ing for itself as regards quality, dura.
bility and capacity for the work design
ed. Send for their circnlars before pur.
chasing elsewhere. 1i.
AOUT THE TowN AND COUr.
The days ara shortening--nights con
Weather cool-premonitory symp
toms of Fall.
Doctors are busier now than the3
have been. Considerable sickness ir
We have another doctor in town
Dr. T. F. Harmon. He will become
poua,for he makes no charge eithei
fo iisor prescriptions.
There were over two hundred baleu
of cotton sold in this market on Wed
- Trade was very brisk on that day ir
consequence of the quantity of cottor
One store-that under the HERAuX
Office-sold one thousand dollars worth
Diptheria in a mild form prevails ir
portions of' the County about Prosperity
An infant child of Mr. J. M. Wheel
er's, died.on Saturday, near Prosperity
of brain fever.
Messrs, Pelham & Wardlaw have
some capitalsegars. We know-hay
The rain last week gave Newberriarn
iforetaste of what may be looked foi
soon-mud. There will be no end o
The hope is universal that the roai
between the creek and Mr. Tom Lake's
in-house will bepoely repaired ere
winter rains mkitbad again The
Commissioners of Roads should see t<
this matter immediately.
A new millinery and fancy good!
store is now open-in rear of the Balti
Parties who desire to pay subscrip
tions in wood, and who have promiset
to do so, will oblige us by complying a
Those who promised to pay on the
first sale of cotton are expected to keej
Are you preparing for oats, farmers;
Pt in as large an area as possible, tba
you may be independent next Spring
Sow plentifully of oats.
The scarcity of butter is remai-kable
Cotton is now on the brain and thE
cows are neglected.
Not only is butter scarce but al
other farm products-housekeepers ar<
therefore in despair-especially thos<
who have company or keep boarders
It is really dreadful.
If there is any consolation in the fac
that new goods are plentiful, the infor
mation is cheerfully given that the mar
ket is stocked. If the people could onl:
eat cotton and calico-whole familie
would be happy.
There is some whooping cough in th
County as well as cases of diptheria
but the cases are few.
Persimmons, chinquepins, musca
dines and fox-grapes are now in ordei
and may serve some purpose in the atn
sence of such vegetables as chickeni
butter and eggs.
Do not go after any of the shove a
the Sabbath, dear friends, but ga e~
annule~ nn Saturday.
Some one-a native of Prosperity
says that the Good Templars of th
city will go up on the first appearan
of frost. We trust they are made
sterner stuff than that.
The merchant who advertises may I
depended upon for the character of I
John Robinson, of wild animal fam
is working his way South. His sho
is said to be colossal, and if Newber:
is taken in the programme, those wl
have money to spare will see it. 0
devil says that whether they have tJ
money to spare or. not, they will see i
Familiar faces are always gladly baili
among us. This is certainly a fact regardi
Mr. P. P. Toale's advertisement which a
pears in another eolumn. We can safely s
that Mr. Toale Is the Champion Mannfact
rer of Doors, Sash and Blinds, to which I
adds a large list of requisites for the comp]
tion of any building. To the needy we si
"send for his prices." . 39
The Multiplication of Disease
Diseases multiply. One begets anoth(
A trifling indisposition may, therefore, oril
nate a complication of dangerous 'maladic
Indigestion begets far more formidable di
eases; a multitude of. ailments are traceab
to constipation; fever and ague unhing
the entire nervous system, and is, therefor
the source of the protean ailments which g
feet that portion of the human organist
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, however, whet
er resorted to at the inception of those disc
ders of the stomach, bowels or- liver, whi
give birth to the majority of diseases and di
abilities, or taken when they have ripenq
into formidable maturity, are alike powerf
to cure. The process of recovery is,of cours
longer when the malady has gained bea
way, but it Is none the less certain. Dyspe
sia. constipation, biliousness, kidney coz
plaints and intermittent fever, invariab
yield to the operation of the great alterati,
Nzw3ERY, September 28.-Cotton ma
ket lively, but closing on a decline, at 111.
Bales shipped during week-1.064.
NEw Yont, September 27.-Cotton dul
sales 1,407, at 13J&131. Gold quiet, at 1.1
BALTimozz, September 27.-Cotton dull
AUGUSTA, September 27.-Cotton demai
irm, at slightly easier prices-middling 12
C.tar.estow, September 27.-Cotton eai
LzmarooL, September 27.-Cotton di
and easier-middling uplands 61;. middlii
Orleans 71; sales 10,000.
]ry Ge., aroeries,
Have in store their
LL ND UTU STOC]
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is larj
and has been selected with great cake.
The ladies are invited to .examine o
Dress Goods, Trimmings,.
Laces, White Goods,
CASSIEEES AND PIECE 9eeBS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth
Besides the above we have in storea fr
lardware and Catlery,
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all kind
HEAVY U000 FOR'PlANTATION WEAR,
And many other articles which it is nec
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE 801
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. &. R. S. CHICK.
Sep. 22, 38-tt.
Would respectfully inform his frien
and the public generally, thiat he has ja
returned from New York and Baltimoi
where he has, with great care, purchased
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK 4
. HA TS,
BOOTS and SHOES:
And many other goo.ls kept in his line.'
Come one and all and examine for yot
Thankful for the very liberal patronag<
have heretofore received, I hope by str
attention to business to continue to mDe
the same. My motto is "Quick Sales a
THOS. F. HARMOI
Sep. 15, 37-tf..
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN.
-By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moses, as Clerk oft
Circuit Court,, bath made suit to me,
grant him Letters of Administration, of
Estate and effects of Prescilla Welch~ all
Presilla West, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admoni
all and singular the kindred and crediti
of the said deceased, that they be anid
pear, before me, in the Court of Proba
to be held at Newberry Court House, S.4
on the 20th day of October next, afl
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fo
noon, to sbew cause, if any they have, w
the said Administration should npt
granted. Given under my Hand, this 1U
day of September, Anno Domini, 1875.
J. C. LEAHY, 3. ?. 5. c.
Sep. 22, 38-4t.
Notice to Creditors
Creditors of James Lofton, deceased,
required to establish their demands befl
the Probate Court, on or before the fi
day of November, 1875.
JAMES C. LEAHY, J. P.
Sep. 22, 38-5t.
TILLMAN & DAWKINS
Shauiq and Hir Dressli
OeDoor 3elow Dultimore Corner, on Ads
I.Genudemen guarantee4 a clean shave,
neat cut rsd polite attention.
June 9, ~S-tL - - -
0f R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
* CLOTHING A HAT H1 .
ie We have received our stock of CLOTHING and HATS,
and we are now OFFERING BARGAINS in the same.
Id We have made up ourselves most of our fine goods, and
P- our customers can depend on getting a SUPERIOR AR
' TICLE FOR A LITTLE MONEY.
e- It will pay any man to call on us before buying his
Clothing, our stock being unusually. large and the CHEAP
EST ever offered to the public.
Goods sent C. 0. D. subject to inspection.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIED,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Sep. 29, 39-tf, .
Fox si.oo TO.
50 CENTS PER BOX
TO MEET THE DEMAND FOR A
SAFE AND RELIABLE
P_ FEVER AND AGIUE ANTIDOTE
I At a Price Within the Reach of All.
re 4ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE THEM.
EER WAS MEDICINE 80 DESERVEDY POPULAR.
r-VERFor Sale by Dr. S.F. PMT.
Sep. 22,38-3m. -
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
i establishment, and we are now prepared to sell cheaper than any other house in the
tg South.' Manufacturing all goods in our line we are prepared to warrant them all as to
workmanship and material. Give us a ell 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
genuine HOME MADE AND-WARRANTED.
CHAPEAU & .HEFFRON,
68 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Sep. 15, 37-3m.
1Oldest Crockery House in Charleston, S. Ca.
1837. WILLIA L. WEBB,
128 MEETING STREE.
Being now prepre FL TR ADE FOR 1875,1 Ish to call the attention of mer
chants to my ageand varied stock of .
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE,
A LOOKING GLASSES, GOOme60DS, IAPA2SJED WA1ES *.,
eat part.of it IKPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE, Besides staple goods, I keep al
ways a Ia'estock of
FRENCH CHINA AND CUT CLASS.
My thoroug knoweg o f th usiness, acquie byan eprencet ofovr Twenuty
,he retailer can.realize handsome pr'o
* iWMe. L. WEBB,
,as.Wreetftsg streea, CH.RLESrT , S. C.
-Aug. 28, 3-2m.
e . 1. F FLEEING. - AMES K. WILSON. JAMES GILFILLIN.
We have received, and are now openln e and new stock of Boots, Shoes, and
FOR .FALL TRADE.'
Orders promptly flled, and all goods with our brand warranted.
D. F. FLEING .& 00.,
Wh.hialni Dealers in and Manufacturers of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND TRUNKS,
No. 2 HIAYNE STREET, Cor. of Chuxrch Street,
Au. , 2-m. CHARLESTON, 5. 0.
ds JON G.E IOR. TIEE. A.WIL3UE. JACL 1. MARTm
JIOHN C. MILNOR & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hats, (Caps, and StPaW (000ds, Ladies' Trimmed Hate, Hc.,,
, No. 143 MEETING ST., Opp. Hayne St., CH ARLESTON, S. C.
* NEW YORK OFFICE, 46 WEST BROADWAY.
Prices guaranteed as low as any house in the city, and Terms, to responsible houses,
r Orders will meet our prompt and careful attention. . .Aug. 11, 32-2m.
I STATE OF SOUTF CAROLINA, TEFL ESO
rt NEWBERRY COUNTY. O H
a By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge. NlW E R
Whereas, H. C. Moses, as Clerk of theFE A E AA EMi
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
*graat him Letters.. of Administration of
the Estate and effects of John Moore, de- WILCMEEONTE1TSP.
i These are therefore to cite and admonish IA .PIR .M,Picpl
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and WT OPTN SITNS
appear, before me, in the Court of Pro
he bate, to be held at Newberry Court House,'Teavngsafoddbthsiti
to S. C., on the 14th day of October next,tonfrahrugadcopeedc
e after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock into,aescnmon te nteSae
s the forenoon, to shew cause, if any theywhlte
have, why the said Administration should Tiini o,vz rm$25 o$25
sh not-be granted. Given under my Hand, i dac,o nstsatr euiis
irs this 14th day of September, Anno Domini, Badn npiaefmle tmdrt
1875 J. C. LEAHY, .T. P. N . C. ute atclaseqieo h
, Sep. 15, 37-4t- ertr fteBad r .P ozr
eColonists, Emigrants and Ag1,3-f rnia
thTravelers Westward. C L M I
For map eircuas, cndense ie tables FM L O2~(E
- portaton facilities to all points in Tennessee, COU BA S.C
Arkana Msori, Minnsota,Colorado.
Lre B. WEN GIeeral Emigrat Aent,Ofc
ire No. 2,1H.1I Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga. FALSSONwlopnoteFIT
r5t No one should go West -without first gt- WDEDYi COE.Trsmd
ting in communication with the General Ei-eat.FueprindPofsrsn
grant Agent, and become informed as to su- cag o eatet.FrCtlge
perior advantages,'cheap and quick transpr apl-otePeiet
-tation of . families, household goods, stok Au,, 42 *
and farming implements generally. AUl in- ________________
Fformation cheerfuly given.DALY
Sep. 22, 38-2. .. . G. P. & T. A.
~ VASSEESwanted for wosueb. HRO'S
e iMues e worksyiofFeancuhc ot "TeNxtDortoBak
RsNWAY ADERP," d h'rt
ca~efl?lEE e&i a A. Tndso e Au.e.-f
pitues for wortes of a lce i costy,_____________
OFs..Sflk ail,adTE NSGT lu T Ern tQS
NEaateray ae,gO.rOls W W E R
taehldcnmaeahadoeLnoe A larE0 lot of LOWIROTH SEE,
aA.P.PIfrFER,be A.e M.atoncrijuscapaved
Thep advantage7s afforded by York.har. in,titu-f
tion for a thorough and complete educa
tion, are second to no other in the state,
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50
in advance, or on satisfactory securities.
Boarding in private families at moderate
For further particulars enquire of the
Secretary of the Board, Mr. 8. P. Boozer,
or of A. P. PIFER,
Aug 18, 83-tf. Principal.
FMIA T3 COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Rev. 8. 3. JONES, D. 3-, President.
FALL SESSION will open on the FIRST
WEDNESDAY in OCTOBER. Terms mod
erste. Four experienced Professors in
charge .of departments. For Catalogue,
apply to the President.
Aug. 25, 34-2m*.
A large lot of ToBACCo for sale at -
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 34-t f. e
Plow IrOn and Steel.
A large lot of PLoW IRON and STEEL,
jus arrived. HARMoWS.
- 27 Parkglace, New York. Ma,- 16. 10-tf
DAy Geeds, Cor"eries, Jt
Corn, Barley, Oats
1,000 Bushels CORN on
hand and for sale.
200 Bushels BARLEY.
500 Bushels RED SEED
25 Bushels RYE.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 25, 84-tf.
THE GREAT RUSH FOR
BIRGIBS I DRY GOODS
TO BE KEPT UP BY
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES!
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S. U.
NEW GOODS constantly received in all
There is no discount on the
aii Counter NO&iC8
Dress Silks from 50 CENTS PER YARD
UP, and all goods'sold without regard to
lost. Aug. 4, 81-t.
A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Ties. <
Fine N. 0. Molasses.
Sugar House Molasses.
Pearl Grist, &c.
For sale at"
Next Door to Bank.
Aug. 25, 34-tf.
If You Would Save
Where Brgaius lay 3e lad
Of All Qualities aid Varieties.
Of All Kinds.
RUSTS, IlL IT&
Mygoswe bougtT EL2LAT
TO 8ATISPY NITDUI.
All that I ask is an examnination of goods
Has the sale on liberal terms of
liddleo's Fish Aumonisted
A No. 1ertilizer for Cotton, Corn, &c.
to give full aisfaction.
Mar. 3i, 13-ti.
. C. WIiON & W.,
OS all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Hams,
Flour: Lard, M6lasses,
FRESI MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
. BSoap, &c
Shetings and Yarns,
BAUBINI AND TIE$,
And all other arles to be fo in aG0
B~EY STORED adllowhch
Oct. 15, 41-ly. - j
ru.gs P Fass8y &SIrmes.
(Next Door to. T. SjeW' 1welry Store.)
The undersigned respefbUlly announce
D the community the establishment of a
iEW DRUG STORE in the town of New.
where inducements will be offered in
!.aE8H & CHOICE, Bi8,
full stock of which will always be kept In
We can offer
XGLISH and FRENCH HAIR BRUSHES,
DRESSING COMBS, FRENCH and EX
GLISH COLOGNES and EXTRACTS
COSMzTICS, P03ATUMS, n
HAIR OILS HIGHLY LAVA
TORY FURP, TOILET
POWDER,LILY WHITE WHISK
and CLOTHE BRUSHE~ TOOTTH
AIND NAIL BRUSHES, SiZkdgE, &c.,
hich we wi positely sell at legitimate
We also keep for sale
[AINTS and OILS,
URE LEAD best article o W
and BOILED BOB&i aDrJIL,clSPIfRTSW
TURPENTINE, LAMP BLC,VR
NISHES PAINT UHES and
GLASS of every desirable size.
We have in stock a varid7 of LAiPS and
AM GOODS, and X3LUM ATING OIL.
Our stock of
VICOS AND CIG18,
re of the best grades and qualities.
AREFULLY AND ACCURATELY COM
OUNDED at all hours of the dayand night.
An active experienace of many ya
no"e than one - bving been spifth
omu bythe senior partne wa
1e assurance that the ntnne saction
il be given.
We Invite acall from physcans of town
aount , and the b gen
Orers 01M the con ryslcedad
rill be given prompt attention.
. L PEUIAM. J. C. W DMW.
Sep. 15, 37-tr
Dr. S. F. FANT,
INGGIST AND 0ii18T
NEWUERRY, S. C.
AT ALL Houss oF TEE DAY ALND NIGHT.
PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S M0OE
a Over the Drug Store. -Ss
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND ETAITh
NO. 131 MEETING1 STREET,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
May 8, 18-tf.
~BIIUIY 8TBI IILL
FOR SA TE.
By virtue of power invested in me at the
last meeting of the Stockholders, I now of
ler for sale the above named ill, situated
a miles North of the town of Newberry
rhe Machinery is in runningorder, con
isting of THREE. -ET OF ROCKS, two
For Wheat and one for Corn, (all Burr's,)
DIECULAR SAW MILL, 00TToNGIN?;nd
PRSS, also about 90 ACRES OF LAND
belonging to said Mills. Any one wishing
o purchase such property would do well to
,all and examine for themselves.
JOHN P.- AULL, Prea't.
Sep. 22, 38-6t,
PIN PINT 00LORS~, &M.
By order of Hon. M. Moses, under date
of August 16, 18715, we will sell, at public
etin, ON SALE-DAY NEXT, 4th DAY
[)F OCTOBER, at Newberry, S. 0.:
5 Second Hand Carriages.
1 Second Hand Carriage,
1 Lot FiePaint 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-St.
State Grange Fertilizer,
And "THE CT-TMAX."
Two first class, pure bone, ammoniated
Fertilizers, for sale by D. JENNINGS &
SN and J. B. AIKENI, Agents, Charles
Ion, S,0. The highest testimonials can
be given. Please send for circular..
Sep. 1, 85-3m.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES.-DIS
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Be, Henry Whitmnire, Bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of
Creditors of said Bankrupt, will be held be
fore the undersigned Register, on the 15th
October next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at New
berry C. H., for the purpose of electing an
Assignee in place of D. R. Phifer, resgned.
.. C . G. JAEGER, Register.
-onh ep. 187n . i38-8?.