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A shocking icounA of the mal
treatment of Jews comes from Bagdad.
One Jew was bnrned alive by the
populace. The ixense of these bar
barities was that the Jews had been
guilty of blasphemy. #
Martha Hutchinson, of Boston, has
recovered 12,500 damages from the
Boston Gas. Light Company for per
sonal injuries received when her house
was blown up by gas explosion during
the great fire,f 1872.
An exchange tell us that the amount
of money in circulation in the United
States would give $19.12 to every
man, woman and, child if equally
divided. We wish to goodness, then,
that tBey would huryup the division.
A large cro*d' asiembled at Tam
many Hall, New York, lately, to wit
ness an -advertised spiritualistic seance.
The operators decamped with the pro
ceeds. The rough portion of the
audience broke the cabinet and other
Since the year 1800 England has
waged forty-nine wars; France thirty
eight; Russia twenty-two; Austria
twelve;,.Prnesia einht; and in spite
of all .the peace societies and inter
national conventions, they all appear
anxious for another.
A Cincinnati corpse rose in its coffin
and quietly remarked: "I feel very
queer." The two young men who
were sitting up with it had important
business:4own town the next moment,
and did not hesitate. to pass out
through the window to attend to it
The Philadelphia girls are so filled
with patriotic - ardor as to propose
stockings decorated with the Star
Spangled Banner for wearing during
the Centennial season. .Well, girls,
that's ll right. But don't-but don't
stuff "th'e old flag" with saw dust.
The St. Louis Republican says Bos
ton capital is about to be invested in
St. Louis in the' shape of a twelve
story- "flat" hotel; eontaining two
thousand rooms. IA til, in its way,
be absolately without a rival in the
country in point of magnitude and
elegance of finish.
There was once a sea captain who
declared that in all 'his experience he
never failed to meet bad weather when
he UweWkboard i.i a man who
parted- hk hair in -the middle. "
don'tksoit hrowit is," %aid the an
cient mariner, "but the.elements can't
seem to Ieraie the habit."
The Republican papersof New York
are "drealt6W1bdikardal becaffi flhi
Patrons-of Husba7ndry of Pennsylvania
have beeni captured b~y the Demoorsey.
Well, if the Grangers are to fall into
politics, -and it is very hard to avoid
that contingenecy, it is grateful to
know that they are gravitating towards
the r' .e -fold. -
It is a painful sight to see a~sweet,
innocentechild crushed to death by:a
rait4ran git is a painful sight to
see whole companies of, one's country
men inowed down~.in battle by a tem
pest of' shot and shelF; and it is a
painful sighti t s'ee one's great:grand
mother blown.-out- of a; seventy-two
pounder; but to the man of refined.
taste,..what are these compared to the
sight of.a'beautiful girl meandering
forth in triped stodkings?
A Missouri family ~history runs
thus: Sallie Wilhite ran away some
years ago with her -brother-in-Iaw,
Aaron Davis; he,.however, returned tod
his wfs and4she.marrie&a Mr.:Neely,
who eloped and~ left her. Two years
ago her cohsin. Ezekiel, ran a-way
with' a Mis." Wioland, both parties
leaving families. Last month Aaron
Davis' son,. Marion, a'boy of nineteen,
ran away with his mother's sister1-.
woman- of' thirty, 'and to complete
matters his father has again eloped
with his sister-in-law, Sallie.
The Constitutional Convention,. of
North Carolina has isfused to remove
the disabilities of ex-Governor Holden,
now postmaster. at Raleigh, who was
impeached and expelled from the
Gubernatorial chair. This deprives
the Republicans of-one candidate for
Governor, and keeps out of officee a
friend to Grant, who wants the Presi
dent to be President again. During
Holden's administration the State debt
ran up to $35,000,000, and few good
citizens of Towh Carolina will mourn
because of 'his continued exclusion
from places of trust.
It is proposed in England to organize
a workingmen's excursion to America
and back, laigLondon early in
June next 'year, via Liverpool, and
"during an absence of six wee'ks to
visit the Cities 6f Philadelphia; New
York, Washington, Baltimore, Brook
lyn, Chicago, one day at,-the Niagara
Falls, returinghome through Canada
to see some friends from the "old
country" in their homes at Windsor,
Hamilton, Kingston, London, Toronto
and Montreal; and, after-a littleexcur
sion -a.the-Ealls of MOatmorenci and
the Plains of Abraham, to embark at
the port of Quebec for Europe so
na to reach London about the middle
Governor Kemper, of Virginia, has
issued a proclamation announcing that
the ceremonies of inaugurating the
statue of Stonewall Jackson, recently
received from Europe, will take place
in Capitol' Square, Richmond, on Tues
day, the 26th day of October. The
people of Virginia, and all others, of
whatever State or section, who admire
genius and valor, who love virtue and
revere the memory of Gen. Jackson,
are cordially invited by the Governor
to be present on that day, in order
"that an outpouring worthy of the
occasion may test thc admiration of
the people for his exalted character,
and their appreciation of the sympathy
that prompted their friends in the
British Islands to present a memuorial
so noble and so gratifying to the whole
Southern people." It is expected
tizat the widow and daughter of Gen.
Jackson will be the guests of the State
of Virginia or City of Richmond on
the occasion of the unveiling of the
TOS. F. GRENEKER, 8tIT.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 1875.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is inthehighest respect aFam
Dy Newspaper, devoted to the material In
terests of peopl 6f this Countyrand the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad.
vantages. For Terms, see frst page.
The Eleetion in Charleston.
The Independent Republican ticket
has been elected and Charleston has
cause to rejoice. The coitest has
been sharp, and much bad blood has
been stirred, but we trust that bad
feelings will subside and public affairs
work harmoniously. Many of the
names on the tickets are those of good
men, who have been tried and not
found wanting. The vote stands 6,217
for Cufningham, and 4,019 for Wag
ener. The board of Aldermen shows
improvement on the past, as also the
board of School Commissioners. On
the whole, the result is satisfactory.
The Press of the State is agitating
the question of an organization of the
Conservative party, and it is right
that.so grave and important a matter
should haveproper consideration. The
old lines- should be blotted out, and
the old.time leaders asked to retire.
We -do not propose any plan, and think
honestly that the fewer the plans the
better, but we do think that a new
course with new leaders should be insist
ed on by'such of the Press who show
a disposition to direct opinion. Old
things should be done. away with,
prejodices laid aside, or buried is the
better term, and all the best elements
brought together to fight against the
corruption which riots so rankly over
the State. The fight should be made
suarelpagainst i=ality, if aisything
is expected to came of it. There ein
:be noobjection to organising, provided
it be done with wisdorm and. diseretiob.
There ia enough of~ good material in
the Republican party, whieb, if it-ean
be. secured to help in the good cause
of parging theStae,to isure avic-.
tory. Let the proper effort be made
to attach that element to the Conserva
If the lessrs, Greneker,. of the
HiunI;raad7 r~gressise Age, don't
keep their young lawyers out of Abbe
ville County there is ao telling what
may be the -result. Not long since
Captain Moormnan made a raid on our
Abbeville fair, and.took one of our love
liest !adies, ad Dr. Wallace'took one
of Cokesbury's pr'ettiest divinities, and
now dJ. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., takes
another, the, fairest%f the fair, and it
is said that our-friend Fair has wop
the heart, and hopes to secure the hand,
of one of Cokesbuiry's most beutifat
and accomrplished maidens. Abbeville
and Newbeiry ought to be on good
Of courae they are, Mr. Press and
Banner, and we hope they..may.long
continue ao, at the same time, if it
were in our power, we would put a
stop to this rib taking, from foreign
parts. In this caespeially are we
powerless, the. gentlemen named are
all of the'legal fraternity and hate the
law on their side. If we were to put
in a demurrer they might bring suit
against us for contempt ~of lawful
courting. Still we make no complaint,
but rather feel satisfaction at the gain
to our society, and if it must be stop
ped, you miust exercises your ingenuity
in circumventing any further inroads
into Abbeville and Coketbury of our
young limbs of the law. We admonish
you, however, that it is dangerous to in
terfere with Cupid's work. Why don't
the Junior imitate their example ?
Abbeville and Newberry--Los
We copy from the Abbeville Press
and Banner the following happy no
tice of the marriage of our townsman,
J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., and the ac
complished Miss Rebecca C. Connor,
and take this occasion to add our felici
tations to the wedded pair. The Press
and Banner says that Abbeville's loss
is Newberrys gain, .and we are pleased
that it is so.
Cokesbury was the scene of a bril
liant wedding on Wednesday evening
last, Sept 29th, 'which took place in
the Methodist Church before a large
assembled audience of invited guests.
Maj. J. F. J. Caldwell, a gallant Con
federate officer in the late war and
now a prominent member of the New
berry Bar, at 8 o'clock, led the beauti
ful Miss'Rebecca C. Connor up the
aisle of the church to the altar, where'
the Rev. Mr. IBarbour administered
the marriage vows of the Methodist
church in the most impressive manner.
After the marriage the bride and
groom, together with the attendants
and other invited guests, repaired to
the mansion of the bride's father, Col.
F. A. Connor, where this elegant
company were entertained in a prince
ly manner. The following named per
sons were groomsmen and bridesmaids
nn this interatio ocasion:
C. H. Suber Esq.. Miss A. Connoi
N N. Fowles,sq., Mii LoR. Gary;
0. L Schumjert, Esq.,.Miss Hodges;
J'T..: air;k6., Miss Jeunie Conper;
Dr. L. Connor, Miss Fannie Herodon;
George Johnstone, Esq., Miss Ella
The gentlemen represented New
berry, while the ladies represented
Abbeville has lost one of her best
:young ladies, and one who will be
missed in the social cirele. We ex
tend our congratulations to our New
berry friend in his good fortune.
The Phaifi hi'again risen, and
it is hoped that it will continue to
make its daily risings regular here
A call was made by the Wagener
conservatives last week on the occasion
of the Mayoralty election for United
States troops. The call wai not hon
ored, it being thought that the civil
authorities were able to preserve peace.
The Anderson Intelligencer, ac
knowledged to be one of the best of
our county papers, has lately added
to its fixtures one of Campbell's Power
Presses, the last number of the paper
being printed on it. We congratulate
our friends, Messrs. Hoyt & Murray,
on this evidence of prosperity in their
Various exciting dispatches from
Friar's Point, Ark., have been received
lately of negro uprisings, and of colli
sions between white and black. Late
dispatches say that nothing serious is
apprehended, and' the trouble exists
between rival wings of the Republican
party to control in the coming election
in that county.
Three negroes, a few mights since,
attempted to gain entrance to the vesi
dence of Mrs. Ray, a widow lady,
living a few miles above Laurens Court
House. Three other defenceless fe
males were in the house- without male
protection. The attempt was made
'o batter down the door. An alarm
was given, and fortunately a aighbor
came to the rescue, when the mis
Elections occur this year in the fol
lowing order: Iowa and Ohio, October
12 Virginia Kansas Mavylai,
Massachbsetts, Mississippi, Minnesota,
Missouri, New York, New Jersey and
Pennsylvania, November 2; Texas,
December 2i Some of these States
elect Governors and other State off
cers, and all of them elect members of
Thiis,is a step in the right direction,
and.,we trust that the suggestion may
become general, and a practice which
entails serious loss to farmers be effec
taally stopped. It is time that the
depredations of thieving miscreants
who raid upon hone.st industry be
stopped, and the best way .to do t'his
is to punish the buyers. We cannot
put our hand on any of these men,
but do know'that there are too many
of them, and they should be made to
feel the strong hand of the law.
The Charleston B:cpress is authority
that the. late incursion into Charleston
of the great usiwashed, from the moun
tains downwards to the seag.was .hap
pity conceived by the Mackeyites as
an election dodge, that the colored.
excursionists, when they arrived in
the city,.were farmed out by the Ring
and solicited to vote. As the unwashed
excursionists left on Monday night
and the election was held on Wednes
day, it does not appear how the thing
The Greenville Republican has
ceased publication, and the office ma
terial and subscriptioni has been Bold
to the Dailyr News. Mr. Runion,
Editor, in retiring says that the
paper has not been paying for
some time, and for this and the
other reason that the political situa
tion is satisfactory, there is but little
necessity for his issuing it further.
It has fought the fight without pay
and retires on its laurels. What will
the News do now without Bro. Runion
as a target.
Laurens Court adjourned on Satur
day, 2d, after despatching a large
amount of civil business, and the
Herald summing up, says: "Judge
Moses, whatever may have been said
by the Press of his Circuit a few
months since regarding .his lack of
industry in despatching the business
of the Court, seems to have given en
tire satisfaction to the Laurens Bar,
at the close of the recent term, as ex
pressed to his Honor by several lead
ing members of the same, in terse and
The Alexander Montpelier Female
Humane Lottery, lately drawn at
Alexandria, Va., has proven to be a
fraud. Not a single dollar was drawn
by any bona fide ticket-holder, the
whole of the proceeds being swallowed
up by New York sharpers. It is as
tonishing how great the number of
fools. A lottery in our opinion is
another name for swindle. Avoid
them, reader, by keeping your money
in your own pocket. The newspaper
which advertises this character of
swindles Ao infinita harm
President Grant nade a pretty goec
speech at Des Noises, says the Colum
:bia Register, 6t *e ronuion of thi
Army of the Tenneisee. He ii stimu
lated by the aderQ4w:urse of event
to pull up and do better. He turn
a deaf ear to the piteous appeals o
Ames to come to his rescue witl
troops. He disavows in this any pur
pose to deny to those :wio fough
against him the enjoyment of commoi
and equal.privileges under the govern
ment. He welcomes all such to
c6mmon heritage,- but he adds, "w
aren-ot"Pred--to-apologize for th
part we took in the war." He doe
not explain himself upon the part h
has taken since the war. There's th(
The sug:estion of Judge Macke.
to the grand jury at the opening o1
the present term of court, says th(
Chester Reporter, the strong endorse
ment of these suggestions by' th<
grand jury, and the instructions de
livered by his Honor when the reporl
of the grand jury had been read, giv(
assurance, to a dead certainty, thal
the days, or rather the nights, ol
receivers of stolen goods will soon end
Under these instructions, the grani
jury, upon evidence being furnished
will indict as a nuisance any persot
who buys at night any agricultura
product-cotton, corn, wheat, potatoes
or anything else, whether stolen o;
not. The remedy, we believe, will b<
a potential, a sovereign one. Th(
crops of the country being exposed t<
the depredations of sneak and nigh1
prowlers, and the manipulations o!
night buyers, should be, and are, th<
object of the law's special protection
Judge Mackey is determined that th(
fullest protection shall be given.
The new Post Offiee in Columbia
which was opened on Monday, is ,
magnificent building, containing thre
stories besides attic and basement. I
is 63 feet front on Main street ani
113 on Laurel street, and is built oJ
native granite from quarries at Wions.
boro, and the corner stone was laid oi
the 14th October, 1872. The nu.bei
of boxes is 1,050, with larger drawer.
at the bottom for newspaper office.
and, those needing more room. It
the building also are the offices of th<
collector of internal revenue, the Uni.
ted States commissioners' room, the
district attorney's room, a .waiting
room for witnesses, the grand jury room
the U. 8. marshal's room, the U. S.
:ourt -,wmg -eie ronm fr
ircuit and district judges, and clerks
roms. TLhe cost of .the whole, in
eluding furniture, is about $413,000
and not a dollar stolen, for which wt
give as authoiity thej:aion-Blerald
which, like the lit*.le. boy with tht
hathet, never tells a lie. Senatoi
Tom Robertson is credited for thiu
The complication is assuming forn
in Laurens, and it is evident that th~
Crews -party are making the most 0:
the unfortunateindrder that they can
Senator Owens is particularly active
and money is not spared to get th~
kind of. testimony needed against th~
Shels. A .News and Cdrier corres
pondent overhead a:eonversation be
tween a detective and a party o'
negroes, in which the detective .saii
the negroes must stick to their rights
while they had the chance, otherwise
Laurens County was gone.., Thai
Crews was the only man who evel
cared for the negro, and that in get
ting him out of .the way the whites
would carry the county and kill th<
negroes. How .much this kind of
talk is relished by the negro it is need
less to say. Numberless affidavits are
made against the Shells, but the re
butting testimony of respectable and
true men shows conclusively that the'
are innocent .of crime. Election capi
tal is to be made of it. It is positivela
stated that the affidavit upon whici
these gentlemen were arrested wa:
made by detective Jas. Canton, wh<
was in Columbia at the time of the
PETRsON0's MAGAZINE, that Queen o
the Lady's Books, is on our table for No
vember. The principal steel engraving
"Mamma's Flower Girl," is very beautiful
So, also, is the mammoth colored steel fash
ion plate.' But, as a cotemporary says, the
stories, the fashions, the patterns, .in short
everything in ''Peterson" is the- best of it:
aind.- For 1876 great improvements will be
made. Among these will be a series of il
Iustrated articles, describing the Centennma
Exhibition .which will-alone be worth the
subscription price. But, in addition to this
every. subscriber will be presented, as
Centennial Gift, with a superb steel engrav
ig (large-sized for framing) of Triunbull'
great picture, "The Siqning of the Declara
tion of Independence. These very extra
ordinary inducements will make this maga
zinc for 1876 more desirable than ever. Yel
the price will remain the same,~ viz.: Twc
DoL.ARs A YE.AR, the postage prepaid bj
the publisher. The prices to clubs are as
tonishly low,. (postage also prepaid), viz.
three copies for $4.80, with a superb Mezzo.
tint (21 inches by 26) "Christmas Morning,'
the finest and costliest ever offered, to the
person getting up the club; or five copiei
for P8:0, postage -prepaid,) and both ai
extra copy and the premium engraving tc
the person getting up the club. For large
clubs the prices are even lower. Specimeni
of the Magazine are sent-gratis, if writters
for. Subscribe to nothing else until yor
have seen a copy of this popular Magazine.
Address Charles J. Peterson, 306 Chestnu
Stree:, Philadelphi,a Pa.
In a late letter on international
copy-right to the New York Tribune,
Charles Reade, the famous Engish~
novelist, mildly remarks that "tht
gretest asses God has ever made are
little lawyers. Your little lawyer is a
man who has parted with the good
sense of the layman, and has not ad
vanced one inch towards the science
of a Mausaeld or a Story."
We glean from our sprightly and
and wide-awake: neighbor that a new
departure is to be made in its plan of
publication. Hereafter the work upon
the Magazine will'all be done by the
F inmates of the Thornwell Orphanage,
i and the proceeds of the subscription
- list will be devoted to that institution.
b It will take one hundred subscriptions
to support one orphan. We cordially
commend the Monthly to all charita
bly disposed persons, trusting that a
large subscription list may be gained.
The work on the Orphange- is com
Never for ten years past has so
much improving and repairing been
in progress in Clinton.
Mr. Robt. McClintock, for seven
teen years a Ruling Elder in the Clin.
ton church, is dead.
The railroad is promised to reach
Clinton in less than a month.
There are eleven stores in Clinton.
Donnie Young, a little daughter of
Mr. G. E. Young, was badly burned
on the 24th, by her clothes taking
Among the wants of Clinton are a
first class barber, tinner, photographer,
ice house, agricultural store, harness
and saddle maker, livery stable, and a
lawyer, and particularly only one of
Ofaeial List of Patents
Issued by the United States Patent
Office, for the week ending Saturday,
Sep. 25th, 1875. Reported for the
HERALD by Louis Bagger & Co., So
licitors of Patents, Washington, D. C.
167,712. Magazine Fire Arm; E.
A. Toepperwein, Boerne, Texas.
167,741. Cotton and Hay Presses;
W. H. Burgess, Jackson, N. C.
167,756. Plows; I. Freeman, Cor
pus Christi, Texas.
Te-. TE HERA.D.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C.,
October 5, 1875.
EDITOM HERALD: The fishing sea
son has been later this year than usual;
what with the drought in the earlier
part of the summer and the stormy
weather, the fish seem to have gone
up the rivers, but for the last week
better sport b'as bleen afforded at the
"drops." The shriinupe are very large
and fine ; prawns, a larger variety,
being taken in large numbers.
Several of our -summer residents
fromi hesiij hive ituardeThie
Dr. Warne has purchased land to
the south of'the Ferry Landing, and
is now about erecting a very neat resi
dence and the buildings required for a
vineyard-the grounds are to be en
closed with a high and close fence.
The Doctor is an experienced arbor
On Thursday evening, this accom
plished scientist and courteous gentle
man, delighted and interested a large
audience at this place with a series of
Binoptrie views, in aid of the funds
of the sewing society of the Episcopal
Commencing with Egypt, the be
holder was carried in imagination to
that land of ancient civilization and
wonderful and stupendous monuments
--the beautiful "Nile;" the means of
irrigation in a rainless country, the
gorgeous and vast ruins of ancient
"Karnak," the wondrous pyramids,
the tombs of the renowned kings, and
the lofty buildings of "Grand Cairo,"
the colossal statues, ihany carved from
the solid rock of -the mountain side,
the "Rosetta Stone," which furnished
the key to the celebrated Champillion,
enabling to unlock the long hidden
mysteries of Egyptian hieroglyphics,
each in turn passed in beautiful and
I distinct array. Varied with views of
so me of the ancient ruins of Ireland,
and pictures of the Palmtological era,
the whole exhibition was very instruc
The Professor was ably seconded
by his competent assistant, Mr. E. H.
- IN THE CITY.
Among the novelties, I notice Mr.
P. P. Toale, of Hayne St., advertising
a "Fire Extinguisher," which it ap
pears has been highly approved, and
the "Mechanical Letter Writer,"
which it is claimed will do as much
for the pensman as the sewing ma
chine has done for women.
On and after October 1st a ftll supply of
Dr. Bull's Cougb Syrnp canbe found inevery
drug store. Price 25 cents per bottle; five
for $1.00. 1t.
An Imaisertant Faet
The voluntary testimony of thousands es
tablishes beyond all doubt a fact of viral im
portance to the sick and debilitated, viz., that
Hostetter's Stomnach Bitters is an absolute
specific for remitteut and Intermittent fever.
dyspepsia, constipation, biliousness, mental
depression, sleeplessness, chronie diarrbaea,
and afldiseases of the stomach, liver and
bowels. The unmedicated stimulants usually
prescribed in these cases only aggravate the
symptoms, instead of removing them. The
Bitters, on the contrary, act as a corrective
and invigorant, without producing the un
pleasant and dangerous consequences of the
old-school practies. The action Is mild and
soothing to the Irritated stomach and bowels,
promoting digestion and preventing fiatu
lency, nausea, headache, and all intestinal
irregularities. A wineglassful before meals
greatly assists digestion. The convalescent
may use them with great benefit, as a means
f restoring strength and cheerfulness.
Familiar faces are always gladly bailed
among us. This is certainly a fact regarding
Mr. P. P. Toale's advertisement which ap
pears in another eolumn. We can safely say
that Mr. Toale is the Champion Manufactu
rer of Doors, Sash and Blinds, to which he
adds a large list of requisites for the comple
tion of any building. To the needy we say
"sen for his rices. 39
Drop.in I Our doors will be open,
Invitingly alkthrough the day,
And after the slI4ows have fallen,
At home we'll be working away.
You doubtless hav noticed our sign,
A model they say of its kind
And everything good in our line
Within our apartments you'll find.
Drop in when you come to the village
From the country, and give us a call;
That money ju;t got for your cotton
We know very -well is quite small;
'Twas earned by the sweat of your brow,
Now spend it with judgment and tact;
Just enter our palAce of splendors,
And buy the goodi wife a new HAT.
Drop in as you're passing, younghusband I
The wife who is waiting for you,
Impatient- to give you a greeting
Is longing for Something that's new.
No matter about the warm supper,
That smokes In the oven for you,
All ready to put on the table,
Set with silmer and china for two.
Drop in to our store-room a moment,
And examine this thing and that,
And we'll send you home smiling and
With a very fine fashionable HAT.
The sweet little wife will be waiting,
Longing to welcome you home,
And the present you to her are taking,
Will banish away all her gloom.
To the supper now .spread on the table,
You'll set down all smiling and gay,
While her heart will be bounding with
As the treasure to her you display.
Drop in to our new little store,
We've opene:1 for trade with you all;
To please both the rich and the poor,
And you'll find our prices quite small.
In the rear of your old friend Andy,
This new Millinery now may be found,
And when yon have purchased your can
We'll be glad to show you around.
To the Millinery Store of Mrs. Ludecus.
On the 31st ult., by Rev. F. M. Morgan,
Mr. J. M. LEvIs, of Philadelphia, gnd Miss
SALLIE E. SCRUGGs, of Walhalla.
New V MisceUaneo*.
PALL AND. WI
Prices to Suit the TimesI
The citizens of Newberry and surround
ing Counties, are respectfully invited to
call at the store of
Where' Bargains Eay Be Had
f All Qualities and Varieties.
Gentlemen's and Youths'
Fine and common.
All of which will be sold *
CHEAP FOR CASE
A.lso, in store,
Of All Kinde.
My goods were bought favorablyad
elected with great care especially for ti
mrket, and I amr determined-to give satis
action, not only in quaility and Wriety,
but in prices, and all that I ask is an ex
mination of my stock before buying else
Oct. 13, 41-tt.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THE EXERCISES of this Institution will
e resumed on TUESDAY, THE 19TH OF
The subscriber having been recently
elected Principal, will aim to place this
School on a footing with the best Classical
and Mathematical Institutions of the South.
The design of the School will be to fur
nish boys with a liberal and thorough edu
cation, which will prepare them either for
entering College, or the study of the learn
d professions, or for the more practical
pursuits of life.
By a thorough and practical course of
ties, and firm, but judicious discipline,
he subscriber hopes to merit a generous
For particulars, apply to Maj. L. J..Jonles,
hairman of Board of Trustees, S. P. Booz
er, Secretary, or to
R.- H. OLARKSON,
Oct 18, 41-tf. Principal.
SAE OF RIESJ B8TATBl
By order of Hion. II. Moses, Judge of.
eventh Circuit, under date of August 16,
87, we will sell, at public auction, at
Newbrry, S. C., ON SALE-DAY NEXT,
OVEIBER FIRVT, 18'75,.
THE LOT OF LAND,
n Pratt street, in the town of Newberry,
C., measuring 107 FEET, more or less,
i Pratt street, and running through to
Karrigton street, and containing ONE
ACRE, more or lee, and bounded by lands
ofW. H. Webb, Peter Simmons and H. B.
ott, as by Plat snade by Thos. M. Lake,
April 2, 187 ; te property of the late
rm of Webb, Jones' & Parker.
On said Lot is
2i xl100 feet, with b?iek basement.
TRMS OF SALE-One-halt Cash ; bal
ince in twelve mouths, with bond and
ortgage of the. property. Warehouse to
be insured and policy transferred to the
S. P. BOOZER,
.JOH N 0. PEOPLES,
Receivers of' Webb, Jones & Parker.
NeberyS... Ce, Oct. 12, 18'IS. 41-36
AND MONEY SCARCI
BUT - .S4
Overcome all the Difficilty
Notwithstanding the character of their
Goods, which in variety and qua!itj are
superior to, and never before surpassed, by
any stock shown in Newberry.
RK AND BE 0NfJNMI
THAT THEIR STOCK
Large and Cheap! N
In our DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT a
can be found the handsomest DMRESS b
GOODS, all patterns, among which are a
magnificent line of
CLOVES, (the celebrated Trevior,)
TRUNKS, all. sizes an varities.
Besides a beautifal lot of
Cart, Oil Cloths,.Ebgs, -.
Please Bear nNind theie s I
Gentlemen's Piece Good
Of elegant patterns, among. which can be
found the popular Charlottesvile, Va., I
GASSIMERES. A ipecMaltiude t i
Heiumsforwhich _&re,-takej4 and -;i!
Our LINEN COLLA.RS defy competition
In Beauty, Style or, Quality'
And the ladies of Niwberry and~ sur
rounding hountry, wiRiadeavisit tahi
attractive .department higily, satisfactory,i
and that the most exquisite taste prevails
in every'respect. - -
Evry Style of Besat SaltedL.
The most seductive argument we ean ad~
ace -i thit here tog-thelo prJe P o5f a
cotton and scarcity of money .is borne in
mind, and that our
PicesSuit the Times
We invite attention la she*t to'our 'ea.
iee soek; feeling -satisfiedahat -.we-can
Bsteie nexaasne dur godds bfore
. c 1cm 44-tf.
I will make a fanal-settleinent and apply
for a discharge'^as Gairari of Jioel
Reid'in the Prob,atecGourt, on ehe1Th
day of November next. - urin
S. W. CANNON;Gadi
Oct..71, 1875. ' 41-4t
RIICIIOND .ADV ETSEMETS.
TALBOTT & SONS,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
CICULAR SAW MILLS, -
GRIST, BARK AN]) -PLASTER MILLS,
SHAFTING, HANGERS AND) PULLEYS.
Improved Turbine Water Wheels.
Oct. 13, 41-1y. .
WM. ErrENGER. H. P. EDIIOND. f
Portable and Stationery Engines, Boilers of fi
all kinds, Circular Saw Kills, Grist Kls
ill Gearing, Shafting, Palleys, &0.
AMEICANl TURNE WATER !HEEL
CAR ON'S SPECIJ .S.TFIAJ .UMT,
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Oct. 13, 4-ly.
RITUR WORKS AND L2hBER Ultt
Cottage Bedsteads, Chamber and parlor
Furniture,-Lounges, Chairs, &c., manufac
tured of-Walnut- and cheaper hard woods:
No soft pin ued Cottg BdeaSand
Engines, Mills, Iron Works, Ae.
WM. TANNER & CO.,
Oct. 13, 41-ly.
Just received.. at., the lERALD BOOK
'ORE, over-Hiruion StWf*e:
sL'EsWECILS,- &" $$f
INKS -Blue, Black, Violet, Crimson,
CAP, LETTER and NOTE PAPERS,
ENVELOPES, all kinds,
' FANey STAT00R0ge0tlqy
Call up Stairs over Harmon's store.
I will make a final setilement in the
robate Court, d apply for my discharge
Administratoydi the 4s. S. 2
Reid, on the 18th-day Noveinber
t.a .2- j0WANNON,
r1,T5 OF49GUTS". ft*W INA,
NEWBEREY COUNTY' -
By ai-C- Leahy, -Piobate 7ndje '
Wbdab; OrerE WW.ausdIinthr mAd
it to me.tognnL hiAWe2Se,4f A
inistraion, of heE Istate,-Awd Offctw of
aney E. Trigble, deceased..
These are therefore to ite ad
I and singular, the kindred and A-tirs
,.the.said deceased gi* ey . a".
pear, befoi' etd,rt Pro
te, to be held at Newberry Courtirt8se
ie forenoon,- to shew cause, if aat11
>t be granted. Given under sp&nd,
is 9th day of October, Anno i N 1.
J. C. LEAHY, J. 3 . C'- 7
"The very best ladies' Magazin-fdIIh- 6
l'he w oil ane
Deoe." ThisTwbe "Peterson's -
- plates,21 pages of music, and
-ticl. on the Great Exhibiion at J%Wlael
W4which will alone be worththsu
ppeThey gb, pit
The Immense circulation o
V Wther- Tt rive -r
ian aniy 19~ the world., Its.
re the 1jest ~~i1ae e~~ m
TTES will be gien,b Mrs. Aun 8.Se
hens, Frank L
head ofanothers. These -pates 'are en
erbly colored. Alsp,JAnshandf other.
el1t;in short, ergrything~ interesting
CHELPER THAN~ EvER; infactiaTHE MHAP
sTDImHEWoRL-' - -
ZR6 S y ~~fiAd
ig, to the esnetjnu,tPCIb
6 iaforS8AQ8 ~ **
ope q 18.00; it
iezzptnt, a five dollar enrvn,to the
mrn gettingnp ; tetn .
8&CheQLI k a TaiZR 2>
In store and for.sabiTby ~.
30 TONS PURE NOVA SCOTI A N
LASERp as specib ~e fo~i*
oamsting i a Gr
o sale by..KUAGR~~Q
Oct. 0, 40-38. 2. --
10 TONS AGRICULTURAL LINE~j,
valledfpr pp.licMions toppeen crops b
For saleby - n
(A. JLcCAUGHRIN k CO.
Oc'8, 40--2t. e.
g st ashJ#~-1 mn- -
In pursuance of an order o tha a lc
dtn ;te ePr6bate Coure*bnyr
ounty I-will sell, -
zWednesday, the TatwtA Da
*of October, 1875.
hnorsidence ofG .* SuIr, ea
omaria, in the said.(CoUnts al.thei~ PER
NL .PROPERTY of Mrs. M. Rebecca
reich, deceased,'consistinlg of
ne Whe &Wilson
Household anni Kite!n
'rniture, &c., &c.
Terms of Sale.--CASHI
JOHN D). suBEB
Sep 29, 3o-3t_ Administratore