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ibDaE se Naw &&asasmm
Miss Panny Lasse-She s- .
X'Ia Cbmkbh~h3.d ad Silf
E. & .T. AmSIhe & Co.-SWresep,
toawas r, - -
Jobs P". 10 im .~v.N
A. .1. Nembt Co).-F-reisr LA
PAss. . . :mJarb of
Se" cad of . We~ve, Jr., Deputy Surey
or. .-m. "7
Tommos. DmUs ker * hffw's store.
PHIFES SOE AND CITING
secenmf-* W md aswted stock
of FG neb, svwe
sen rskc 2' isow 'at lss
MAL.a Ac*anme.-We learn that the
Trustees of the 2fErwber MaleiAcads
my, bae %sde4f.A ..-C ,
late ot ZIoN saki :Wi
to fin toAl iniceb ai cafteo.
T7he Pis,sIL -_ . a 1 ji- .9V9a i
maesce an the 18li bnat
PIFE'S SOE AND GDrsinni
New Yrk My Goat oes,
only 4 -2AW-Ad
New -a..jde Foxed Shoes,
A.'oER Et THE FELD.-Cotton
byerg'e e bmisfast asni it
is reamiwkabe .wha.. a ine- lk*Dg set
of fel. sh.ye W and -be th
am as sbwp' ba v:pig, : Siae' lot
bomorsal ta Mti thenaiiberas been
incre by.th3L Odeat. f^ Wi
The Greemie Near maae mten"'
of thelid elhb &
cmumy of Ir: ' ;. ar, of
NewbI~byii lki A'bhed A SA*
there wbvi've4$ 4 pmt nent re
dece. Ne nist stime so amabe
a ladys?1 fsf'id. mi'tae thure,
cosmaAs"W'm MI raM BRO -l'gAM**le.o
*ew It '%I ..gO ..
Greenvifle.- - -
OL. SLT WAXTD.-0ii *b
.n $S4 fWilver wiead a t
Jewelwp sbmse vet. -.. $fpe. Th.
hih,.st ice wia be paidf ae tw way
Qtnl - .--.s;,s e e 0 .4.
isleep tia ase.*a,%idsr -iss thb
grapha Apen6tstiWqtfailroadee9:t alI.
Iw3ee.&aa.sii.me nule %Wey.
ciaCKu.e. asthey witS b eOt oof
slwehp, tweesty4Ar ars.ased toput thf
Trs:sa Sunw.-ThbAwuig frame
in frwat .i hifigergyt
h3e @ aIfS E9Oss das at been feStXOn dI
wih .enple tarnipi, stiliwing the sie
**-,-ss wi Mirine .agsteR; plati e
town. NS. is S rthdl tote
a-rediut eflifa the ertin theflchi. but
him tarnip ss' iniilial i a lin
deed. The twn ai m'ert algpended'
by MrJ aniutChappgraa4 U-Gil
Lard, re-spectvely..desk-isbrd to de
eide which naa4e~ siis eing.
-Thq5%"'m issed when they ar
rived at Chreste., ad w -tst.h
opened *uish, Did ay ess se
as they left our linb-pg.? -@arstiu* .gijt
'i is nt e#nsheliisto the way in
which the ezeensimst. esjmt away
tn the ensa1 'paie*s iiitisitIsem. The
oldlest M--iss kper beheld the like.
anid thefSumi*Eifer felt his head
ye the sensatiesi? - :.
ling ei Nfpeeln eo Mo&ay-the ma
jority of whom camnetI~get supplies
very few foundsberway t. the HEvmt.D
Hiouse. were ss are made, centered
in a let i:astisee, buAsj&s re
grttedbisiAs'essi iathi sl
that the eaceemnst among beyrn WN.
only lhuked. Wkitamigular pervemity'
the ca-#oI2atbCf Kiii ta
inetIn eraze vebbief, .
six m p Alsi,tg glad&vOtell
rond wil1be opemstfordervIeon the
Stsdy before the thb Sunday in
Octoik.erb wRil be ersnelda Sat
urday, Sanday and possiblyanmohday;
We eiBsaa ich iiteri? et ij a
My ysepitmat at inlah
wRb.ia tidbefo.1e thefortbSta.
diy ingreebr at a ame
evening. Twin. G. Hansenr.
PashWy1*i harget stock~ ot estrg
Ane. HAES ever brought to Newber
rY. .- - 9t
AT..sTascKs AGiNa-It ..s sad,
and urM-thit wisat isbed in the
maurmm be got .at the sne
We &akaii hnbwwo saM th aist .11
does at -.r The fat was demon
strated ate.r day by Mr. ID- L
Wheeler maing as a very seasouiable
and valuable present-be never wilt
forget his trcks. What a lbm~ienag that
hits weakotises are ofsach ameritorious
desacter. Wes us more than over in-'
cEned tothe. op#inithtb keps5In
excellenit bick~ of goodls and seUs
U.-V,m-uT-TWat there is mamy
a slip betireen the cp and lip is true,
as was proven on Wednesday morning
aolt.L A brides cake on its way to this
ofie met with trouble *yxeson of the
.... which contained at breaking
Down in one of the'ApM6VM holes
which dot the public oa& of our coun
ty. The gentleman who bad it in
charge sys that when the vehicle
shipwrecked the cake went into a hun
dred small piecew. We lWenut this,
more especially as it waw the fr-t
cale of the season, and bold the com
missioners personally regWIle.
DU W,-Ca-. Epkim Saber, an
uncle of(c tode mi,i. C. H. S
ber, died a his Widenes er Glymph
ville, on theSd Wt. Capt Sober was
In'his S"e y, and thiagh for some
tiie in very thebe health, died very
On Sarday at, the youngest child
of Mr. W. T. Wright. of this twn, died
of Diptheria. Two more of his chil
dren are aaigerousIy il of the same'
Sie Wr last Iu tbelaot of Mr.
p ton iAoWer's childreu died of
.Digberie makiing bfouriIths in,les
tIm- two weeks,
are Indebted to Col. LJ K4tt for*e
information that in one day of last week
fi"een of hihandt PiAMd thWeior
mous a m* of 3,80i lbs. The-best
pe br,ogkin 3&, the three next
2.A;296 and 29Q. respeisely-the aver
age for tbj g being' 255-bs. It is
interesting to state thetti.e-*bole pick
.ig wan done on fow ores. The
Colonel an sixteen ienso'which will
avenge one and a q=ter bales. The
med ftomnwhich this cton is prodhued
w bees undergoing a spsem of ine
provm tr the at ten years. CoL
E"o says-t*atIs entire erdpis eeel
ftoir.ksO t-Col. L F. Hunt, anold
Newberras now redW of Chaes
tW"idA a vIit thw etdr day He
is: 4theeturwtrip i Np t *P
Vwerg.rlaces. withi sWi". ..
- 'Mr. W. 3. WJaly of the popular
....;i... ouse et W. .Smith&
C..'ofa Larleston. was -towam4ist
wiek. ti ai is when oe
am-t nev the mountains some time
.We ar 1WbEd toi "tthe return.
after am %nu a sr eence on
baness sadplasure embined. of our
estisemis,~* Mrs. Moewer and her
naIee, an~d bat they ae botfit enjoying
dfr besfohealth. Mrs. M. brings
with herin'ais;nt and laurge assort
ment of gods, and imiipied to cater
.toa5 wants and t.ses in her usual
e t.so rs.-The iJj.-W. Kuhns
p es intt -tsfion on the
iau'est hernie last Sunmday. week. The
a kdienee was large., asia them-urch ap
Thbe Itight lter~. W. . : Iowe i' as
0 1 visit to this pntin of his spiritt al
*j risdetka best weekba'%gns y,
on which nerasian he held aervices in
S . 1,uke's' (hurch.
We'deid.ay le sUumeWed thie Fe.-t
t.f. RIta Kahani~tlen larew new ye-ar,
and all .se-~Lir..bpasiness elosed. N.it
Friday is Asenuiese. .
dt( cuhfua~do1 shnay' night 1am.
Its durathan was foar weeks..and in tidat
time theem btween.tarty andi fifty
amvtl hMini '-twe~atyiforasemix-r%
,aied tohe. ehurch. 'Mr. Geo. Pierc,
th EsageIist. *ho bhw been wi bfrgely
instrupet,ia* aemls ings)uh
of geoul 4aheuee en Monday.- His de.
parture Is naiversaity regrelted by the
playing horse on P'ratt street the other
aternoon, or radher two of them were
horses faoethe time, - wXile the third
ated as drivr. Thiey drove )finaly and
seemed very gentle. tBil .they ge, be
tween Lane's confecstioairy ad the big
dry goodrs--;sese of MFa Pool,
liena Beni6.ca nuischierous -fllow,
drove fArriously up bwehd uibba crazy.
-a'ttlng whlerrer, shouting wih all
1Ts might. **Iook out, look out, clear
the road." The egnet was astonishing
-driver ard-horses stampeded, the of
olrse .jumped .es .tras..his short legs
wr~onsemretpfAa thereet, sad
the Ibeer landed on the stairs leading
iotte plain Colonel's justice room.
of nied thew u tidi adeeared
Urn. ta-nk with -ibi eelty. 0yrer
ig the taiekine were pos-hrSes
wes.man-..esiin if itseh Im.4just
lesrna mbsmah e asiaMilavie s
eeted atmm4-ealeii. 401d.bibs
Robison dmeus could'not liare done
anytag,n ee aable.
Bkrntihnad.4T$ Tisher to the
store of Messrs. Perry & Slawson is in
dangeE ehaving bis wiegoon.a wool
gathering expeition, so extensive is
the display of stock which fill counters,
shelves apd show ees~ in sges to.
bacco,'pipes, canes and a hundred other
fcis for gentlemten, and these are
acia all the causes which are calculated
to lead to a slight wandering of the
fncy. as the entire arrangemnent and
designof the store Is in the most elab
rte style of art. It is decidedly one
of the neatest and most perfectly fin
ished stores in. the city of Columabia.
Should the visitor be. affected, we gladly
'te that anaentidun can be at once had
say of the nuamerousehoice brandsof
their aegars, a Pffewr flomoeof
which will immediately restore him
to his former Oaitin..the racstion of
which will be so pleasabt that anin
'vestent wilt be af once made in a
'whole bx. These- gentlemen do be.
sides a- arge wholeale basineer, andi
the trade are invited to send orders.
R..,e...er ith, pla-one door bl)Cow
TtM PROTRACTED MEENG.-MM
meeting commenced in the Methodisl
Church by the Rev. L P. Franks jut
before the Quarterly Conference, and
which was taken p by Dr. Cea. Pierce,
the Evangelist. in Its second week, wao
brought to a close by the latter-an Son.
day night last, much to the.disappoint
ment of many. It was a necessity.
however; for two weeks the dear bao.
ther had laboied nessantly, holding
morning and night meetings, besides
ailling up eTery- hour not oecupied in
the public service by making calls and
carrying his message of love and peace
to the homes of our people. His labors
were cnremitting-thee seemed to be
no tire, no fainting, and at the close as
in the beginning the same sealous spirit
animated him, yet it was plain he
needed reit. Never before has such
as experience been felt in Newberry
saint and sinner alike felt the Inuence
of his teachings. The closing services,
commening with4h morning exercise
of admitting the numerous applicants
for membership into full church con
nection, were peculiarly impressive.
The sight of twenty-one persons
ranging from tenderest youth to hoary
age standing before.the altar railing,
signifying their esire to enter the pale
of the church, had never occurred hera
before, and, this was followed by the
Sacrament, which *as partaken of by
one hundred and twenty souls! In the
afternoon there was a 'spiritual feAst,
which showed that the best of the wine
had been kept for the last of the feast,
but this was noting to the meeting of
the night. We will not attempt a de
scription of the night's meeting-.-It was
spiritual.in the extreme, and so greatly
enjoyed that long after the benediction
was pronounced the greater paft of the
congregation kept their seats, waiting.
hoping.. And even after the good bro
ther descended from the -pulpit and
approached each sitter. with who
he shook. bands with a.hearty "God
bless you siter, brother." even then
there was no move to leave the church.
At l-ast an hour was afterwards spent
in singing. praying and exhrtation.
during which several approached the
altar for prayer, and oneoffered himself
a a candidate for membership. And
thea, but not till then, did this wonder.
fAl and gr ciowmpaweting cee. Never
have we seen anything like it, and in
commhn with many others we regret
that Dr. Pierce could not extend his
stay in. our- community, and we .nly
hope that: he may be -directed by the
Spirit to pay Newberry another visit
ere long.. - ----
Tat E fvit. Aa,o-JN-4AUsTS
TAKE WAL s.-Sundag night about
9 o'clock., the .quiet an4 silent atmos
phiere that abituaHly-luats around our
town was consi&erabIy disttirbed.
Scream after scream,'following io such
qderk sunesion as toa seeni one contir.
uouis sceech, permeated. re-verbe'rated
in and aonnd alt parts-of- the town.
Me-n rushed excite.dly to and fro. drug
sremen, grocerg neng ~shoe menl,
b .ok-kee ping ment. policWeen, al kinds
of me-n, boys..chibdien, white and all
colors. ''What's the matter?" ''What's
the re?" "What's goin'. on ilavn
hi-re?" ''Speek she's been. see de debil,
sh" %s~ she don't know." "Seed
sumnafn." &e., &c., &c. NC. c'ne knew.
No onehas fuund out. The girdus still
screaming, andi so badly scared as to
have no time for any othwr occupation.
-Guard well your diresides, oh! New
herryitet CoUect- at thin shovels,
tongs. brxans, sticks and -such like
itupemuents of spirit warfare on the
yremisu. have them placed in conren-.
ibat reahing distanee and if-He comes
et im know-anything be shoold.hal.
pen to want to. flnd .ut-while! you
st:nd =bac in the Gutheramost corner.
saaking year knees together and rat
flhng your teeth mirthfully.
. Copi k in stoune jugs, and Mark
hng er ndlible Ink of superior quali
ties. Chalk Crayons, Congress letter
and Commercia Note, Repp, Initi3al
and other papers, just received at the
32-3 IERtAW. BOOK STORE.
DoTs.-There Is an improvement in
The popnlation arond lIomai is
The cotton and corn crops are slim
number of farmers won't pay for what
they have eaten thtijear.
*-The farmers have at last found ont
that cotton won't pay, and they are now
sotgdw large quantIties of grain.
The merchants of this tewn are re
etting their stock of fall and winter
A Yonng Men's.Christian Association
has treen formed in this .vicinity. . Wei
expect and bepe that much good- may
reuIt therefrom. 'Ehese Associations
should be established in all parts of our
The new Hall is rapidly approaching
completion. At the .dediention of the
sanme the.theatrIcal troupe of Pon,aria
propose giving- an entertainment for
private benefit ad public good.
The bridge over Cmanna's creek has
not yet been repai:ed. .Where are the
County Commissioners, and what are
they doing? This is a duty that should
be attended to. We need a bridge bad
ly, You know it will be jolly fording
the creek this wiater. Just think with
what we have t era
Mzssns. KrNGsf.ANI) & HEATU, pro
prietors of the pegnler House-furnishingi
establishment situated under the Col
umbis Hotel, in the city of Cblnmnbia,
are now.daily ia receipt oZ new goods
in their line from the Neethern markets,
and their stock of China, Glass, Wood,
Tin and Iron Ware is the completesi
ver brought to the city. In the fancy
line, also, they have a superb assort
mnt. House keepers and seekere of ar
tices in the ornamecnta line ar~e advised
to.lv tv,,,i al :3;Wtf.
ABOUT THE TOWN ANC UOUkT.
September expired on Thursday, and
we are now in October,
And the -Indian Summer,. the mbost
charming iaon of the y6ar--provided
the.weatber be dry,.:
The squirrel is unusually frisky at
this time and the sportsman thinke;h
about taking him-in.
Little boys with shot guns must I.e
c treful how they lktrdle them.
A little chap told. the. qther- .day
t'at God would answer and give th:.t
w'aici is asked f<d-wanted~to kno* 'f
he could get a.single barrel shot, gun
by praying for it.' If any other boy
ask the sime question it Is safe to an
He was stungby bees on both hands
and it happened on Snday -It was a
lesson to let them rest on that -day.
Aaron Tillman, the Baltimore Cor.
ner barber, in dusting a rural gentle
man's coat. manipulated his brush so
rapidly the other day as to lead to the
belief that he was practicing for the
Everything is Centennial now, even
to the meat which is sold. It was .our
fortune a few days ago to get possession
of a few pounds of Centennial mutton.
There are men. too, who Suhkrihe
for papers who believe in Centennial
payments. Their reward will be ever
The busy. season being on .hand-it
may not be amiss to state that. business
men can have any kind of printing done
at this office as cheap as .in any other
city-and what is better with more ex
pedition. Do ..not send your work
abroad. Call u'p and examine speci
mens. and ask for prices, and be con
If yos have sold any cotton come up
and pay for the HITAU-proyided you
owe for It. If you are-a reader: but not
a subscriber colue briskly forward and
pay for a year's subscription.
The HRAr. Book Store is in receipt
of new articles in Stationery. Do not
forget the place-up stairs over Uar
mon's Store.' S6me pretty Ciroos for
The excitement on Moliohon Row
last Wednesday. was produced by 'the
first turnip of the sean*. Cqppck is
Farmers object -to the Pactice of
tramping through iheir ield so mn0h
indulged in by night mwWing freedmen.
Corn is missed as well as other valu.
Makes public advertisement. through
the paper, ge'ntleumen; and then go for
them. There are plenty of trial jus
. distinguished patron of the IIERuAw.
id farewell aoingIe.life on- WedRae.
dw last. '3taflirsays glide Avreetly
on in happiness and peaer. ..
.Another book agent attempted to lee
t:ire in this -otliti one dayV laSt week;.
I is astonishing how~i-koquent they are.
-Cotton went up like a flash on Wed
4 ty, to 12 cents, but has sin-e tuid.l
*Wednesday was a. psndira day-a
sbscriber p:id up si monthsn subscrip
Mr. A. B. Morrison. me.rcha.nt tailor,
is again at his pwt and ready to gir~e
his frienda tits.
The Airst fish of the seasoan were offer,.
edl by Mr. LIR. Marshall on Thlursday
last, and found quick sale. The~ oyster
season is now on handl. No doubt
Manshall will be the first with them.
After the 15th take down your guns,
for the Jaw pernits the shooting of
Busines has been remarkably good
during the wee~k. All classes of trade
have greatly revived. Even the HER
AU.) occasionally gets a new subscriber
and occasionally an old oane pays .up.
for which we are thankfuL.
He came in last week, sold his cotton
crop (entire), pai4 his lien, and took
home one small s-cek of Sunbeam flour..
They all go eut of town now with a
fask of Bottled Lightning. AIh, Frank
lin! Benjamin Franklin! why could you
not have been born later. Would not
have had to bother yourself about that
Catalogues of the Blooks published by
the Methodist Book House, at Nash
nile, can be seen at the HERM.D Book
Store, and -any- selction made there
fom will be ordered with promptness.
Orders respectrolly solicited at the
2-f .~HEItAL. Boos Siona.
AN Er:roa'S AmA,--The editor
f the Shenandoah (Va.) Demoerat very
feliugly addresses his delinquents ire
the following strain, which.. we regret
being forced to admit, tlfs our bill':..
As the. report that we are .very
wealthy has gone abroad .among omt
subscribers, and has made them awfiul
slow about paying up. thinking doubthes
we don't want the money, Wre hasten to
say that the.reportot our wealkh is false
i every particular. If ocean steamers
were selling at a cent a dozen, we
couldnt make the first payment on a
canoe. Ti.e lightning of poverty has
struek us. square, and had it -c bee,
for an armful of hay eardev9 imraged
to steat from a' blind iumle~ our large
and interesting family would be with
out a mouthful to eat at this moment.
Is not this * sad picture, and can you
delinuent subseribesi look upon it
without keeliag the greenbacks rustre
with indignation in~'your pocketbooks!
We do n'ot like to dun you, but we umst
if you fail totake the hint.
Nuwuanas', October 5 -Cotton marliet
acve-kes'n withsged.demandU at 114.
Bales shipe 'durUbg week; 1,0012.
Irnmoot,, October 4.-Corton firm
muidflng nplands6l; middling Orleans 731W;
aes 14 000.
Niw Year. Gctnber- 4.*-Ootton steady;
sales 2,363, at 13ka131. Gold t.17I.
Bar.TnrOUU, October 4:-Coo Airmer
-i un ~
miGU lin Ocoer43.tn eia
ACgo.d atA bih~.Otobe5 4-Codtton demsud5
go -d at igM.N Otees-ndln 4 2W-a12l-t
reeni,...., nanime a-Cneton.Qrm
Druags I Fasse .Ur*tfees.
MqtDot.. 7pees 144ft ftsm)
The un-ter.i.ned ras. !tidl sianounce
-1,mtbe m ;.edu i= *ant -0 -a -
lW G -flt TCME Au the town.of X-w.
Ty, were laducements 1111 be offret in
the iale of
FIESI & owIE IIUCS,
A ibIl stock of whieb will'always be kept in
We can offer
ENGLISH and FRENCH HAIR BRUStUES,
DREsSING COX.IM FREN.1 and EN
t,d'I H LOGNI ad EXRACT, -
HAIN OILS, IIGHLY LAVA
TOuE SAPS, TOILET
POW DER. LILY WITITE, WHISK
and CLOTHES BRUSHEs. TOOTH
AND NAIL BUSUSS, SPONGES. &c.,
Which we win positively sel at legitimate
1ad living prices.
We also keep for male
PAINTS and OILS,
PURE WHITE LEAD. best article of RAW
and BOILED LINSEED OIL. SPIRITS
TUPCNTIV.K.C,LAMP RCACJL V419
GLAS of every desirable size.
We bave in stook a variety of LAMPS awl
LAMP GOODS. and ILLUMINATING tIL.
(un stock of
Va . RU 8 IND 4IQA61 ,
are of the beat grades and qualities.
CAREFULLY AND ACCURATELY COX
"OUSDEI at a hours of the day ad night.
An active experience of umy yas
(more than one baving b".n speut =nthis
cQntunly bth~i-suior parr mant
asurance tha the ut mst tifacion
a.'C a'. ,M *
yweinite arm]I fttzb physscbansof town
and County. and the pub1to generasllv-.
Orders from the country solicited, and
wil be gien prompt attention.
W 4 ELUNS J, L WMRAWS
Dr. S. F. FANT,
WHOLE*2LE AND UranL
NiiWSER RY, 8. C.
Tv A1A Rf(tilt OF TItE DAt AND NIONT.
age Over the Drug Stoae.
WhOLESAL.E AND RETAIIe
NO. 131 MEETING STREET?,
CH A RL ESTON, S. C.
Yni pusrsian~e 'of so orhr to that ef'ect
from the Probate.- CouIr, for Newberrly
County, I willseH,
On Wednesday, the Twenatieth Day
of October, 1875.
At the residence of G. B. .Suber, near
Pomaria, in the said.County, all the PER-.
SONAL PROPERTY of Mu'. K. Rebeere
Wek-h, deceased, cosistimg of
Four Milch Cows.
Three Beef Cattle.
One Two-horse Wagon.
One Wheeler. & Wilson
Hlousehold and Kitchen
Furniture, &c., &e.
Terrms of Sale-CASHI.
.JOliN D.. SUIBER,
Sep. 29, 9-.st. Adini~osty r
NEBRI! STEAR IIL
By vlrtue of power ieated in me at the
last meeting of the Stockholders, I now of
-ter.for sale the above named Mill, situated
2 tidies North of vhe vows of Newberry.
The Nachiner jein good rianing order, con
stting of THRBEE SETT.4 (F ROCKS, two
for Wheat and one for Corn. (all Burr's,)
CIRCULAR SAW MILL,.COTTON GIN and
PR'ESS, also about !vi ACRES OF L AND
belonging to said Mills. Any .one wishing
to purchas'e such property would do well to
alii and examine for themuelres.
JWRN P. AULL, Pres't.
Sep. 22, :Xs--C.
TISSUE PAPER-assorted colors.
GOLD .AND SILVER PA PR. -
GREEN tE,AZED P'AE fir making
PERFoRATED PAPER-dne andi eesne..
. RISTOL BOARD...
MOTH ER GOOSE PICTU'RE BLOCHS
SUNSH13NE SERES-Linent Books.--.
ANO'BIER LOT PAPER DOLLS.
.Togetherwith a variety or other. artieles.
T. F. GRENIiEKER.
R & W. . C.
We have received our stox
and we are now OFFERIN
We have made up ourselv
>ur customers can depend ot
rICLE FOR A LITTLE II
It will pay any nman t(
Clothing, our stock being unl
EST ever offered to the publ
Goods sent C. 0. D. subje<
R'. &W. C.
fIE LdIGB8T AN HSI
AND CENTW AND TUVTH-'
rPIRN , #ItI 15 0 0Dj
DRE SUIT of finest qu 1ditie, at 1.rice.
a accordance with the tines.
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and all
BOYS' SUITS, $F to 1o.
all kinds and qualities.
B00TS, SHOES and. HATS,
IB0ANS A1 SCECIALTY,
3eade .ery.oier aricle kept in a firA
class Clothing House.
$16 PER IOZE.N.
Examination of goods and pties solici
111GB & 101ThL.
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
JN04 Ulm & (is
FFmITE PST @FFICE
In styls and priees te suit the time.
utting and Making Suits t<
The public moet respe.ctrully iz.ited te
emine our Stockc. Sijp. ?'a. j9-.t f.
Dbeas Turibs Watr Wheel,
-- Xannratured by.
7. 80 W iN U735J
STATE OF SOUTH VARLOLINA
By Jamee C. L,eaby, Vrob,ts .Jde.
Whereas, II. I'. Mo'- a', as ';lcrk of th
Oircuil Coert,. bath made asuit to me, t
grant him Letters ot Adi'rniter .then,of th
Eastae and effects of Pr-eilla Weich alfa
Presilla West, deceaaed.
These are therciore to cite an d :nonial
al and singular the kindred and credito
f the mid deceased, that tl.ey bec and ap
ea before me, in the oUrirt t Probate
to be held at Newberry ('om t fl u-e, S. C
n the exh day of Octobe.r net!., affe
ublication her.eof, at li e'vek in the for.
noon, to shew cauwe, if anyv iw y have, wh:
the aid Adinistration alhould naot bi
raed. Given unde'r my Hane5, this I8tl
day of September, Anno D,,n.i.. 185.
J. C. LEAIIY,' C. c
Sep 22, 38-4t.
TATE OF SOUTiH CAROLINA
By James C. Leahy. Pro.te Ju-ige.
Whereas, H. 6. Moses. E,q., CIerk e
Circuir Court, hath a ,de ,to tn m, te
rant him Letters ot Admainistrationi of th<
Estate and efeci* of .Tathro L. lteid, de
These are therefore to ei-e and. admrom.el
dl sad singular, the kindre-l aund creditor
t the said deceased, that cty ac an<
appear, betere me, 'm the Court of Probate
to be held at Newberry Court .*t.onse, 8
C, on the 221 day of October next, afte
publication hereof at 11 o'clock in tha
forenOon, to shew esn'e, if any they have
why the said AdmiUistration should not b<
granted. Gives under my Hand, this 22:
day ol Septemaber, Annoe Mumnini, 1875.
JAMES C. LEAsIl, J., r. N. C.
S'p. 29. sS-4L.
Stateo Grange Fertilizer
And "THEi CT.IMAX.'
Two first e1,se, pore ben mnuiate:
Fertiliers, for sale by aP JE3iNINGS4
gN and , 3. AIEN, Ageurs~, t'harles
M, The highestl te.ftt.eniais ca1
be given. Pleaee send Iner cireukar.
Sep. 1, 35-3m.
pair, 'THE3 DINNE, ANiD TU am."
anE yenou hfor te sin
pestSelig rapidly, and. TAEE.ON BIGh'
We goUasnse rseady acts go poitea
a c re ca. An ae erhan wh com
taen od canr mbesa hernoe lCO,
Sed 27.urbs ters aoce.NwYr.
Ja R.a . . . ODaC
~. rark 1lace..Ncw XorI~..
Sep. 8, Se-met.
'D HAT HIOW
bk of CLOTIHNG and HATS,
J BARGAINS in the same.
es most of our tine goods, and
igetting a SUPERTIR AR
) call on us before buying his
isually large and the CHEAP
A to inspection.
BIA, S. C.
V" 6*rgG eds, gowireee *,~ .
PIECE GOODS, &e.,
Fr gentlemen and yoath, all qualitics.
.10iTS, 58UES, EATS,
oar motto is QUICK SALES AND
SHORT PROFMSd. conseqgently we will
SELL LOW FOR CASH.
nep. 2M, - -
Have in sbose their
B0OTS, SHRES,. HATS,
1n all the tariens fine', the stock is large
*and havs been 'elected with great care.
The ladies are inrited to examaine ocr
Dress Goeds, Tri.mings,
Laces, While Goods,
Iof all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
IBesides,he eweave iasoe afine
Hardware and Cadleryr
laddles ad IrMies.
- Travta of aft kinds,
KAVf SUE0 ASIPWITATIIU WEA.
Anad many other articles whieab it is need
fests to mentio~n.
SThe abeore r,oods WILL BE SOLD)
CHEAP FOR CA.$H
:TIOI. F. DAMON
- Wuld respectfully inaform his friend.,
anad tke pu4lie generallv, that h.e has jizase
e returned, wrom Sea- York and limore,
where he ham. with great cae, purchaaed 'a
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK 01
-BOOTS and SHOES,
Andi many other gno Ls k.-pt in hi.< tne:.
SConme one and el aned exandne for yr --
'Tb ankful for the very liberal patronage I
-lhave hzerefoe r ee'ied, I hope by srict
r attention to 4u.iness to conhtinuel te merif
the same~. Mv mnott is -ieik Sales and
TES. Fa HARMON.
Sep 15, 37-tf.- -
STATE OF SQUIFH CAROLINA,
I NEWBERRY COLNTY.
w By Juzmes C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
WVherea*,. If.. C. 3wese,. as Clea l of the(
i 'ircuit; Uourt, h-sth made suit to meK, to
grant him Lette'rs ol Aaainistration et
- L,he Etate-anzd efreets ef Jo~hn More, de
biase are therefore o-eier and adbmenish
adt anadsingular, the kindred and creditors
.of the aid deceased, that they be and
appear, beoee i, n the Court of' Pro
, bate, to be held at Nevaberry C~our& House,
lr . C., on- the 1'4ah day of' (ctober next,
after publiestion heeoI, at 1.1. o'clock in.
-the forenoon,. to shbew caui'e, if any they
-have, why the said Admnibistrationa shonid
noS be grantek Given under nay Band,
.this 14th day og Septmber,. Anno Domin,
A,y Go..x, Gr.eeries, Sc.
Corn, Barley, Oats
1,000 Busel5 CORN on
hand ad for sale.
200 Btses BARLEY.
25 Busbels RYE.
For sale at
Next Dtor to Bank.
Auez. 25, 34-tf.
TH GREAT RUSH FOR
IiGUNS IN PRY GOODS
TO BE KEPT iP BY -
C. F. JACKSON,
[E LEADE OF LOW PRICESI
123 MAIN STREE-r,
CoLUMBIA, S. .
NEW GOODS constantly received in all
Ther im discount on the
Rhghi Cunt Incest
Drem Sik from M.0 CENTS PER YARD
P, nJ all goods sold without regard to
:Opt, Aul. 4, 31-tf.
A LARGE LOT OF'
Bagging and Ties.
Fine N. 0. Molasses.
Sugar House Melasse,
Pearl Grist, &c,
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
If You Would Saxe
Where Bargains Nayl Be tad
Of All Qualities and Varietie'
- Of All Kindr,
My good. were bought TO SELL &1
L.OW~ PR!CES, and I anm er -rmiuned
10 S1TilSI NEUERY.
All that I ask is an exami.ation of gcods
1,e' th- sale out literal terms of
INietn's Fish Ammoniated
i No. I F'erti"-r (of ;otn, Gorn. &c.,.
si.sde in ;h:arl-ston. .S. G.~, and gairant, ed
o give full ~Sait5esCi n3.
i. C. IYLKN & *9,
l'EALER& IN -
'Of all k,.se.ae
lcconl, 'hotee IHams,
Yloar. Lard-, Mefasses,7
lRESE NEAL Ln~ GRIST.,
Pickles, Caa4 Fmtit.
heetfngs and Yarrw,,
BAYt/NC AND TIES?,
a.nd all other articles to be found in a GCR'
tQEEY STORE, and all of which will
E SOLD CBHEAP