Newspaper Page Text
Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEw ADvE.IffZEETS.
J. D. Cash-Notice.
Y. J. Pone-Notice.
J. P. Joinson-Note Lost.
J. P. Pool-For Sale or Rent.
Y. J. Pope-Notice of Election.
C. F. Jackson--DT Goods, &c.
J. J. Carringtoi-Sherifs Sales.
Wm. F. Nance-To the Farmers.
E. P. Chalmers-Executor's Sale.
H. J. Hall & Co.-An Outfit Free.
Philip Summers-Personal Notice.
A. PaLmer-Stoves, 'fin Ware, &c.
Diereks & Davis-New Jewelry Store.
G. A. Langford and J. D. Cash-Notice.
Kinard & Wiley-Clothing and Hat Ware
Rev. Wm. P. Jacobs-Prospectas-Our
Wm. D. Love & Co.-Dry Goods, Boots,
Tiaosox, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
DE-A-.-Mr. Willie Aull"s infant
child, we regret to say, died on Sunday
last. Ithad been long sick.
FNE CoTToNi,-Two of the finest
bales of cotton cut this season were
sold this mo ' o by Mr. J. S Hair, at
I cents, to Mr.'.T.Tarrant.
SEE Mr. W. F. Nance's card in
another Place. It is the business of
a good nsurance agent to write all
good risks fairly, and when written
and the loss comes to see that his clients
are paid. Mr. Nance has this reputa
tion. He devotes his entire time to the
insurance business, and his patrons need
not fear anything but just dealing.
THE BIGGEsT.-Mr. Jas. Meredith,
the farmist of Helena, has laid us under
a weight of obligation by laying under
the editorial table a basket of the big
gest turnips seen this season, and of the
ruta baga variety-the most highly es
teemed of the turnip variety for family
use. He will accept our thanks, and
with the wish that his patch may yield
beyond his expectations.
NEWBERRY DIvISIoN No. 8, S. OF T.
-The following officers were installed
on the 12tb, to serve the ensuing quar
ter: J. N. Bass, W. P.; J. R. Leavell,
Sr., W.A.; W. W. Hodges, R. S.; R.
Y. Leavell, A. R. S.; James Packer.
F. S.; Miss Hedwig Wiskeman, Treas;
L. R. Marshall, Chaplain; Walter
Hunt, C. Mrs. M. Packer, A. C.; J. W.
Taylor, I. S.; Rev. W. D. Rice, 0. S.
The HRr.DBook Store is now full
of School Books fresh from publishers
together with all kinds of Stationery.
SYxoD.-The Synod or Annual Con
ference of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church of this State convened at St.
Luke's Church,in this County on Thurs
day last. We noticed many familiar
faces on the train last Thursday on
their way to the Synod, and among
them the Revs. Dr. Bowman, Bailey,
Austin and others of the clergy, with
several lay delegates, the venerable
Jacob Schirmer, of Charleston, includ
ed. 'The .attendance promises to be1
A1.MOsT A FnE.-By the accidental
overturning of a kerosine lamp in a
~sleepng room at Mr. Henry Blease's
residence on Friday night last, a serious
fire nearly resulted. It is not known
how the lamp was upset. Two boys
were sleeping in the room, neither one
of whom were aware that it was on
fire till the door was broken in and the
flames extinguished. The alarm was
given and the fire discovered by two
young men on the street who were re
~t urning to their homes. This is another
lesson that too- much care cannot be
-given in the use of kerosine lamps.
FREE LsCrURE.-We have been in
formed by Mr. S. E. Caughman, a gen
tlemen well known to the citizens of
Newberry, that he will.have the pleas
ure of giving alecture m this town on
Friday night ensuing. The subject of
the lecture-a very popular one, by the
way-will be Popular Education, based
upon a sound morality, the only en
during hope of a Republican Govern
ment. This lecture has been delivered
with happy effect in Greenwood and
elsewhere, and has received high
enconiums. We bespeak for the lec
turer a large audiende.
Low PNICEs.-The King of Low
*Prices in the city of Columbia, is Mr.
C. F. Jickson, and the place where so
-much iappiness is dispensed is next
door to Mr. John Agnew's handsome
store. Mr. Jackson was somehow mix
ed up in the stolen diamond affai, but
this has no earthly connection with his
selling goods low, none whatever. He
was a witnessin the case only and never
even saw the 4iamond, but he did see
that the more-goods sold the better for
him, hence he aimed for leadership in
priees. Jaokson is not in possession of
the diamond but he has a name which
is above rubies.
NEw JEWEI,RY ST~ORE.-The card of
Messrs. Diereks & Davis, of Columbia,
who have just opened a very large and
handsome assortment of Jewelry and
Fancy Goods in Columbia, will be.read
with interest by their numerous friends
in this section. Both of these gentle
men have had a long and practical ex
perience In this business, and we can
cheerfully and confidently recommend
them. Having lately examined their
beautiful stock, we can testify to its
great variety, and the exceeding taste
of all the various articles which were
selected in person by Mr. Davis, Vis
itors to the city are invited to call and
examine goods and compare prices.
FUN FOR ONE-DEATH FOR AN~O
THER.-The merchant or trader has
reached a happy condition when he sells
goods faster than he can get them in,
and that too without having to incur
the expense of advertising. He is to
be envied certainly. And yet while we
congratulate him on his success and
the business tact which enables him to
do without the help of printer's ink, we
cannot help but wish that the number
of those who are thus independent may
never increase. Thanks to those who
recognize the fact that advertising is a
benefit, and that the newspaper pub
lisher is carrying on as legitimate a
business as he who deals in merchan
dise, and one which merits a liberal
TR.NED RouN.-WVhile waiting for
the Greenville & Columbia coach to
-start from the Columbia Depot on
Trhursday last, the quiet of the passen
gers was upset by a frantic individual
rushing in and grasping' his valise,
-while exclaiming "this is not the Green
ville cars." He was immensely ex
ited, caued perhaps by the wl4stlipg
of the different engines lying around
loose, and of course his actions for a
tmle threw. the whole company into
confusion. Ascertaining that he hailed
from Saluda Old Town, several New
berrins on board took him in hand and
prevailed upon him to lay down his
satchel- and take a seat. He acknow
hdced that he had got slightly "turned
round&' on' his way from Charleston ti;e
-night previous. We never heard it
ciad by that name before.
DEaH.-Aain has our communit.
been called upon to mourn by the death
of one of its brightest ornaments, in the
person of Mrs. Wm. F. Nance, which
sad event took place on Tuesday last.
This amiable lady had been in bad
health for a length of time, but jore
her sufferings and long confinement
with christian patience, submitting
cheerfully to the will of Him who know
eth best. Hospitable and kind and
ever ready to sacrifice her own interest!
and pleasure for the benefit of others,
her loss will be largely felt by her
many friends and acquaintances.
THE MANSION HOUSE.-This favorite
resort will no doubt be filled to over
flowing during the State Fair, and it
will be well if parties contemplating a
visit to Columbia, take time by the fore
lock and write to the amiable and ac
commodating proprietress, Mrs. Brea
zeal, and secure rooms while they may
be had. The Mansion House is certain
ly one of the best places to stop at, if I
comfort, good fare polite attendance
and all that sort of thing is desired. It
is centrally located too, just in reach of
everything. The rates of board also are
cheap, which is an important consid
Marion, Batavia. and Revere double
Repp Papeteries, Excelsior, Belle, Gar
land, Auburndale, Arlington, and Belle
Helene Papeteries and Initial papers at
HERALD Book Store. 41-tf'
GRAND CENTRAL.-We take pleasure
in referring to the card of Messrs. - W.
D. Love & Co., of Columbia, which
ives the reader agreeable and profita
ble information. The Grand Central
Dry Goods House is one of the most
attractive establishments in the South,
in that it is so arranged that its im
mensity as well as admirable display of
goods can be taken in at once by the
visitor upon entering its wide doors.
Messrs. Love & Co. have made this
house famous throughout the State by
the variety of handsome and superior
fabrics kept, and the prices at which they
sell, and we commend it to our readers
as one worthy of consideration.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE YEARS
O.-Through the courtesy of our es
teemed friend, Mr. M. Foot, we have
had the pleasure of looking over a copy
of an old time relia-The Boston Ga
zete and Country Journal, of date March
12, 1770, and containing the freshest
advices, foreign and domestic, of that
early time. It has an ancient, dingy
brown look, but the print is fair and
legible, and its contents particularly in
teresting, as showing the tendency then
existing to the War of Independence.
The advertisements even at that early
day covor more than a fourth of its
space, and the heading Cash is con
spicuous in many notices. Mr. .,
Foot will accept our thanks for the loan
of the ancient journal. -
MESSRs. KINGSLAND & HEATH, pro
prietors of the popular House-furnishing
establishment situated under the Col
mbia 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
ver brought to the city. In the f:mecy
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.
To THnE SmESS.-Messrs- Kinard
& Wiley, extensive and popular Cloth
iers of Columbia, come to the relief .of
needy mankind with their Bargain
Shirts, and we are pleased to say. that
they have kindly considered our needs
in this line by putting u.p a half dozen
for our use. It is astonishing how low
in price they are-only $16 per dozen,
and well may they be called the King
of Shirts, for they are made of best linen
and muslin. They are finished with
the exception of button holes, putting
in gssets and doing up, and the ladies
especially will appreciate the opportu
nity of getting a shirt so very nearly
made, at the oost of the raw ma4terial.
How many stitches and how much vex
atios fitting saved by their use. Think
of this ye wives and order a lot at once.
The card of these gentlemen will be
found elsewhere to which we invite at
Ow Sn.VER WANTED.-One thous
and ounces of old Silver wanted at the
Jewelry Store of J. F. Speck. The
highest price will be paid- for it in any
NEWBERRY COTTON EXCHANGE.-A
called meeting of the business men of
this place was held in Odd Fellows'
Hall on Thursday evening last for the
purpose of organizing a Cotton Ex
change. A fair representation was
present, and Mr. W. G. Mayes being
called to the Chair, and Mr. Win. Ruan
requested to act as Secretary, the busi
ness of the hour was at once entered
upon. A constitu:ion was adopted, and
the following ofEcers elected; Presi
dent, W. G. Mayes; Directors-I. N.
Gary, J. C. Wilson, J. S. Hair, S. Pope,
WV. T. Tarrant, S. K. Dick, J. N. Fowles,
. J. Lipscomb, W. H. Hunt, T. F.
Harmon, W, J, Lake and J, T, Peter
son; Superintendent, A. J. McCaugh
in; Assistant Superintendent. J. M.
The ends to be subserved by this as
sociation are promis$ing in their charac
ter, the chief purposes being to establish
a fair and equitable rule between the
-buyer and seller, thus looking to and
protecting the interests of both, the
promotion of business generally, and
the arrangement of any difficulties
which may occur in a business way.
This Cotton Exchange has It In its power
to wield an immense influence for good,
and we wish it a useful and prosperous
BEILDENG.-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.
Shoud the visitoT be afected, we gladly
state that an antidote can be at once had
in any of the numerous choice brands of
their segars, a few puffs 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
thte trade are invited tQ send Qrders.
Rmember the place-one door below
J.r . n;ali roubia,m 8. C. 37-tf.
A VT"TERAN DEALE.-Some days
since it was our pleasure to visit the
extensive establishment of Mr. Asher
Palmer. the veteran Stove and Tin deal
er of Columbia, and we were surprised
at his iriiense stock and its great va
riety. ills cooking and heating stores
and r. s are of the best makers, and
are not only useful but ornamental.
One neil not go farther than Palmer's
to get stited either in style or price, for
fis stoc7k is unusually large and com
plete. . We noticed, too, some of the
handsomest chimney pieces we have
seen, for nothing equal to them has ever
before lmen exhibited in Columbia.
the" rare so costly that of course only
a parlor could be furnished with one,
and that would be sufficient to give a
charactcr to the house which perhaps.
iio other ornamentation could impart.
kalmrvertainly has a splendid stock,
and then he has two of the best men in
the com:-y to do the honors and wait
on custcrmers, we allude to Capt. Press
Brown -nd Mr. Pollock. Be sure and
visit Pa tier while in Columbia.
Tissu-0 Paper, Leaf Paper, Bristol
Board, P.-trforated Board, etc., etc., at
HERALT Book Store. 41-tf.
DED1ATION.-It was our pleasure,
in compny with Uncle Dick Chap
man. to'attend the dedicatory services
on Sunday of Lebanon Church, a new
edifice erected by the Methodist congre
g.itlon *-f the Chinquepin section of
this Co:mty. The day was a love
ly, qui : one, and the congregation
large a"i attentive. The Rev. T. G.
Herbert preached an interesting and
impressi-e dedicatory sermon, and after
the chur;b was turned over in due
form by Messrs. McGraw, Buzhardt
and Ba,-s, and solemnly dedicated, the
Lord's Su pper was administered to a
large nmber of communicants. After
this a su-cription of $89.50 was raised
to finish the church. The amount ask
ed for w-ts $100, and it was pleasant to
see the liberality displayed, for we con
sider it a fair and generous contribu
tion for that society. Then followed
an intermission, and an elegant and
suniptnoi.s dinner spread on the russet
colored .-:ard, over and around which
Uncle DIck spread himself in his usual
felicitous style, and of course it is unne
cessary io say that we indulged also in
a hapy manner. Our eating friend
H. H. V.. was there. In the afternoon
good old Uncle Mark Boyd gave us a
feeling discourse, then the benediction
was pronounced and the congregation
departed to their several homes.
Attention school girls and boys and
call for violet, blue and black inks,
copy books, spellers, readers, geogra
phies..dictionaries, pencils, slates, &c.,
a large lot of which just received at
HERALD Book Store, up stairs over
Harmon's store. 41-tf.
SPEC, F IC FoR DIPTHERIA.-Any
remedv for this dreadful scourge will
be receird with interest, and we pub
lish the ->llowing, with the hope that it.
may be a specific indeed:
The Italian journals publish a letter
from Dr. Galligari, describing the re
markale success which has attended
his treatment of diptheria with phenic
acic. lie relates the losses he formerly
exprinced among his patients when
treating them with hydrochloric acid,
and obe -rves that this cauterization can
no muor' .radicate the morbid pri!hciple
than te.aring the leaves off the plant
will destroy the rest. He nowv simply
uses a ,zargle of plaenic acid and dis
tilled w ater, with external applications
of new hanel, the food and drink to be
taken oldd. After the adoption of this
treatment, Dr. Galligari lost but one
patient ."nt of fifty-eight. He requested
th Italias journals to puiblish th~e dis
The treatment consists in thoroughly
swabbin g the back of the mouth and
throat with a.wash made thus: "Table
sa'lt, tw a draclimis; black pepper, gulden
seal, ni:trate of potash, alum, one
drachm each. Mix and pulverize, put
it into a tea-cup, which half fill with
boiling wtater, stir well, andI then fill up
with go d vinegar. Use every half
hour, one, two and four hours as recov
er pro;sresses. The patient may swal
lo a ii Jle each time. Apply an oune
each of spirits of turpentine, suet and
acqua ammonia, mixed, to the whole of
the thr'e t, and to the breastbone, every
four hours, keeping flannel to the part."
Do not use inferior paper when you
write het call at HERALD Book Store
and get Pirne's best note, finest comm.er
cial rioY, octavo note, together with
Repp, Ipitial and various other kinds of
paers. . 4 tf
ABOUT THE TowN AN COUNTY.
Cold snap on Tuesday morning
with con2inuation. Wednesday, pretty
hev frost-peas, cotton and other
vegtxti!n k;illed generally over the
Cointy. Saturday, ice. Jack frost
Turnips are doing finely, farmers
genr a. y have good crops of sam~e.
Brla patches are promising, and
oits b iinning to show-farmers be
innigto appreciate the situation by
sowing !trgely of small grain. Let us
hope for detter things in the future than
Most of the Newberry merchants,
particular:ly those who advertise liberal
ly, boa .a of a good trade the last week.
This is right, advertise freely and judi
ciously, sell cheaply and trade will
Wooi is beginning to be a felt want
now th;.t cold weather has set in.
The hum of the musquito is silenced,
ut teo villainous flea still holds out
Neither will the Commissioners of
Roads come to time. It would be a re
ief if th.ey would flee to the mountains
of Hedsdam, wvhere the lion roareth
our yomg friend at Pomaria will make
a note of this.
Beth--l School at Pomaria, under the
direction of J. B. O'N. Holloway, is in
a flourishing condition, and we are glad
to note that the community generally
are lookng up.
This suggests the idea that a few
more good paying subscribers may
ome in fronm that quarter,
Downu about Prosperity a like happy
ondhi is noticeable-Messrs. Wheel
er & Mosely are about finishing an ele
gant large warehouse, 100 feet in depth.
Th5 P:sperity merchants have almost
ease :o remember the fire which de
srov-i L.he town.
We inst that mn their growing pros
perity iey may not forget ille claims of
he wherry 11ERALD.
Mr. B. II. Lovelace returned on
Thiursay, after purchasing a seasonable
stock of goods for the A. D. Lovelace
If the reader has not yet called in and
examed the elegant stock of Dry
Goods and Millinery of McFall & Pool,
les him or her do so at once.
IThe HERALD office is up stairs over
IIarmdas store, we would not have
n m.ornrt this We would rather
see the light of some men's faces than
go to h circus. Come up gentlemen,
you shall not be hurt.
A promising member of the Bar is
still at large. Don't know whether lie
is still at Laurens or not. P. S.-He
has since come to time.
If the Newberry merchants have not
had all of their printing done yet, let
them call at once at this office and
leave their orders.
The new platform for the Newbeiry
Depot has not yet been commenced.
Why is this thus? 'A new platform
witfi cover is a necessity.
It is much cheaper to have freights
shipped by regular freight than by Ex
press, and the difference in time is only
slightly increased. 85 per hundred
from-N. Y. is too much.
Express companies, insurance and
sewing machine agents, lightning rod
men and commissioners of roads need
overhauling and setting to rights.
Mr. Hix's photo gallery changed
proprietorship on Thursday last. Mr.
Wheeler, of Greenville, is the happy
possessor now and will secure the
shadow of all who favor him with a
Friend John 0. Peoples is beginning
to walk with a confidence which is
quite pleasing. to the people of New
berrv. So is Mr. W. C. Johnson, each
of vwhom it will'be remembered have
had broken legs.
Another runaway since the black
mare's sudden charge-this time it was
the horse of Mr. Wardlaw-the buggy
The sign of Messrs. Pelham & Ward
law, druggists, is a very neat and at
tractive one. Look out for it. Mr.
Packer executed this handsome piece
Many citizens, through the columns
of the Progressive Age. request the
present Intendant and Wardens to con
sent to a re-nomination. We see no
cause to object.
Mr. W. H. Dickert has bought out
the fruit and confectionery store of Capt.
Speck, together with the restaurant.
We predict for him a pleasant and pro
fitable career in his new calling.
Mr. Henry Halfacre is putting up a
handsome and commodious dwelling
on his Main street lot. When finished
it will add much to the appearance of
When you want books and stationery
don't forget to call at the HERALD
Store over Harmon's, Fancy Station
ery in store.
Our little Eub threw an exchange
into the fire on Saturday, and its in
flammable character caused the chim
ney to burn out. He acknowledged to
being "much tared." He will not make
a good editor.
He said he did not want his name in
the paper, but we would not be able to
enjoy sweet sleep without acknowledg
ing that Mr. Abe Foot has conferred a
favor upon us?
If you want a prayer book, hymn
book, school book, blank book, copy
book or anything to make you go by
the book, call at the HERALD Book
"Mariar," remarked one of the horny
handed sons of toil to his wife, "'pears
to me it takes a sight o' calico ter make
you a dress these hard times. Cag't
yer' economuiae with one of them ar pull
backs the city gals wear?" It was then
that Mariar fired the bread board at him
and remarked that she wasn't "goin' to
stop the circulation of blood in her legs
for no bald-headed old penay-pitcher."
Why iafer with a bad cold if one bottle
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure a cough
of the worst kind. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
is sold for 25 cents per bottle, or five bot tles
for $1.00, in every respectable drug store in
the United States. 42-"it.
An important Fact.
The voluntary testimony of thousands es
tablishes beyond all doubt a fact of vital im
portance to the sick and debilitated, viz., that
Hostetter's Storach Ritters is an absolute
specie for realitteut and intermittent fever,
dyspepsia, consti'pation, biliousness, mental
depression, 'sleeplessness. chronic diarrhcoa,
and alldiseases of the stomach, liver and
bowels. The unmedicated stimulants usually
prescribed in these cases only aggravate the
symptoms, instead of removing theip. The
Bitters, on the..contrary, act as a eorrective
and invigorant, "without producing the un
pleasant and dangerous consequences of the
old school practice. 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
of restoring strength and cheerfulness.
Familiar faces are always gladly hailed
among us. This is certainly a fact regarding
M'. P. P. Toale's advertisement which ap
pears inl 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
"send for his prices." -39-if.
The citiz.ens of the Town of Newberry
are invited to meet in the Court House on
Monday afternoon, the 25th inst., at 4
o'clock, to consider the propriety of nomi
nating candidates for Intendant and Four
Wardens for this town, to serve during the
enuing year. - espectfullv,
Oct 20,ds3-1t. Y. J POPE.
NTICE OF ELECTION1
An election for Intendaut and four
Warders, for the town of Newberry,
will take place at Newberry Court
On Tuesday, the 2d November next.
Polls open from 7 A. M. till 6 P. M.
MANAGERS OF ELECTION-E. H.
Christian, William WV. Houseal and
Burrel M. Raines. Y. J. POPE,
Intedant of the Town of Newberry.
Oct. 20, -2t.
NEwERRT, October 19.-Cotton market
activeand closing with good demand at 121.
Bales shipped during week-556.
LIvEPOOL, October 18.-Cotton quiet and
unchanged-mddling uplands 7k; middling
Ew YOR, October 18.-Cotton qniet and
steady ; sales 1,017, at 14 7-16a14 13-16. Gold
BALTIMoRE, October 18,-Cotton firma
CHARLEsTON, October 18.-Cotton steady
AUGUsTA, October 18-Cotton demand
fair and quiet-middlin2 13k.
Is hereby given that oii the 4th day of
Novebr, A. ]j. 18715, I will apply to the
?robate Court for final discharge as Ad
ministrator, de bonis non, of the Estate of
John S. Chapline, deceased.
R. S. CHICK.
ni OL.1 18'T-40-4t.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
RICHMO D VAEE.
TEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
GRIST, BAEK AND PLASTER MILLS,
SHAFTING, HANGERS AND PULLEYS.
Improved Turbine Water Wheels.
Oct. 13, 41-1y.
WM. ETTENGER. U. P. EDMOND.
ETTENGER & EDMOND,
Portable and Stationery Engines, Boilers of
all kinds, Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills,
Kill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys, &c.
AMERICAN TURBINE WATER WHEEL.
CAERoN'S SPECIAL STEAM PUMPS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
Oct. 13, 41-1y.
G. F. W ATSON,
FURNITURE WORKS AND LUMBER MILLS,
Cottge Bedsteads, Chamber and Parlor
osoft pine used. Cottage Bedsteads ad
cheap Mattrasses leading aricles.
Engies, Mills, Iron Works, &c.
WM. TANNER & CO.,
Oct. 13, 41-1y.
I will make a final settlement in the
Probate Court, and apply for my discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of Mrs. S.
.Reid, on the 13th day of November
October 7, 1875. 41-4L*
I will make a final settlement and apply
for a discharge as Guardian of Jno. M.
Reid, in the Probate Court, on the 13th
day of November nexA-NNGadin
Oct. 7, 1&75. 41--4L*
Plow Iron and Steel.
A large lot of PLOW IRON and STEEL,
just arrived.HA ONS
Mar. 10, ~o-tf.
R. & W. .
We have received our stoch
and we are now OFFERING
We have made up ourselve
our customers can depend on
TICLE FOR A LITTLE MC
It will pay any man to
Clothing, our stock being unus
EST ever offered to the publi<
Goods sent C. 0. D. subject
R. & W. C.
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
TUE LIGEST IND BEST
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'
EVER EIRIBITED IN NEWBEREY.
DIESS SUITS of finest qualities, at prices
in accordance with the times.
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and all
BOYS' SUITS, $5 to $10.
all kinds and qualities.
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
BROGANS A SPECIALTY,
Besides every other article kept in a first
class Clothing House.
KEEP'S CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS,
$16 PER DOZEN.
Examination of goods and prices solicit
e . W R I G H T & C O P rO fL
Sep. 29, 39-t4,
JN0 SCOTT & co.
OPPOSITE~ POST OFFICE.
C LO TI-ING'r
GENTS' FU1MSHING GOODS,
In styles and prics to suit the ties.
Cutting and Making Suits to
The public most respectfully invited to
examine our Stock. Sep. 29, 39-tf.
Drugs # Faney .Jricles.
Dr. S.F. FANT,
DRGGIST AND IJiEMIST
NEWBERRY, S. C.
P ESCIPTI0N CARBMLL1Y COIPOUNDD
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY ANID NIGBT.
PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S ROOM
Wli Over the Drug Store. *'e
Jan. 27, 4-t'.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
-CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-tf.
The Cour.ty Commissioners will receive
sealed applications for the places of Physi
cian to Poor House and Jail, and Keeper
of the Poor House, for the next fiscal year,
on or before the 6th day of November,
1875. Applicants must be prepared to give
good security for the proper discharge of
their duties. Applicants for Poor House
must furnish two horses and one two horse
wagon, and must perform all necessary
work. Should additional help become ne
cessary .the same must be furnished by
Keeper at his own expense.
Also, for lease of certain portions of Poor
House Farm and Quarry. Rental of Quar
ry, cash ; Poor House lands to be secured
by first lien. SIENYUG
October 5, 1875. 40-4t.
NEBERRY STBAM MILL
By virtue of power invested in me at the
last meeting of the Stockholders, I now of
fer for sale the above named Mill, situated
2 miles North of the town of Newberry.
The Machinery is in good running order, con
sisting of THREE SETTS OF ROOKS, two
for Wheat and one for Corn, (all Burr's,)
CIRCULAR SAW MILL, COTTON GIN and
PRSS, also about 90 ACRES OF LAND
belonging to said Mills. Any one wishing
to purchase such property would do well to
call and examine for themselves.
JOHN P. AULL, Pres't.
Sep. 22, 3S-6t...
Is bereby give'n that c-i the 4th day of
November, 187l5, I will apply to the Pro
bate Court for final discharge as Guardian
of the Estate of Edith E. Henderson.
R. S. CHICK.
J HAT HOSE.
of CLOTHING and HATS,
BARGAINS in the same.
3 most of our fine goods, and
getting a SUPERIOR AR
call on us before buying his
ually large and the CHEAP
IIA, S. C.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Nc.
PIECE GOODS, &c.,
For gentlemen and youths, all qualities.
IBOOTS, SHOES, RATS,
Our motto is QUICK SALES AND
SHORT PROFI'S, consequently we will
SELL LOW FOR CASH.
. B. WHUER o.
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
Have in store their
PLL AND WITER STOR
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected with great care.
The ladie.s are invited to examine our'
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods,
CASSINERES AND PIECE GOODS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
Besides the above we have in store a fine
Hardware and Cutlery,
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
And many other articles which it is need
less to mention.oosWL BESD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Sep. 22, 38-tf.
J. C. WISON & 00,
Of all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Hams,
Flour. Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BABS INS AND TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRO
CERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP
Positive notice is hereby given, that if
any person or persons are found tresspass
ing on my farm or about my premises day
or night from this date, that they will be
dealt with to the utmost limit of the law.
Sept. 29, 39-2n. J. J. A MICK.
Notice to Creditors.
Creditors of James Lofton, deceased, are
required to establish their demands before
the Probate Court, on or before the first
day of November, 1875. LAY .
JAMES2. 8-5 . LAY .
Sep. 223 38-St.
Dry 6oods, Grocertes, ae.
JOSNE, DIVIS &
SUCENOS T3.C. EM3-& Co.,
AD LlS MgA"IN
Carpets,10 gi oths, MAings,
BOOTS, SHOES, RATS, Etc.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The at tention of purchasers in every p.rt
of this State is called to consider a very im
portqnt fact, namely, that the old estab
lished house of R. C. SHIVER & CO., is
not closed but reorganized upon te only
basis that business can be carried on suc
And we assure our patrons that we shall
continue the same honorable course of deal
iog with them that-was such a distinguished
feature with the house of R. C. SHIvER & Co.
We have now in store the best selected
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
Wall Paper, Etc.,
Ever seen in this city, selected by one of
the firm, who superintends the business, and
consequently knows the wants of this com
munity better than buyers residing else
The entire stock will be offered at prices
never before equalled in this section. THE
PRICES WILL STARTLE AND ATTRACT
YOU AT SIGHT. We invite you to bend
at once for
UAMPLEO OF TERR NEW AND HAND
iad, if shown to your friends and neigh
bors, we are sure it will be to your advan
tage to send us a large order. We pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 and
upwards. All orders must be accompanied
with CASH, or we send them 0. 0. D., and
Best 6Jc. P--ints in the city.
Long Gloths 8+. 10, - 12ic. None equal
to them in the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas and Xo
hairs, just imported.
Hosiery Department-Full of well assort
ed goods at popular prices.
Gents' Furnishing Goods complete, as a
Our Boot and Shoe Departmentis second
to none on this continent. From the cheap
est Brogan to the finest Hand Made goods.
The most complete and best managed
arpet Department in the world.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Jeans are bought
by the case and sold at avery small ad
Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheet
ings sold at factory prices.
Flannels and Blankets at prices that will
We Shan Ekpect an Order from YOU or a Canl
When You Visit Our City.
D. JONEs. C. BOUENIGHT.
. H. DAVIS. E. 5. BoUENIGHT.
Sep. 29, 39--Sm.
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, 34-tf.
TIIO8, Ft HAMON
Would respectfully inform his friends
and the public generally, that he has just
returned from New York and Baltimore,
where he has, with great care, purchased a
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES,
And many other goodis kept in 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, 37l-tf.
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, 84-tf.
The HOUSE ANDTLHT recently ccu-i
pied by L. R. MarshalL The House con
tains six ro,ms ; lot contains about one
acre, with j;ood garden and necessary out
buildings. L .JNS
Set. 28, 186-39-4t.