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INDEX TO NEV ADVaaTISEM&NTs.
P. E. Wise-Notice.
J. C. Leaby-Citation.
R. IL Wright-Sale of hand.
J. J. Carrington-Sheriff's Sale.
J. C. Leahy, Clerk-Statement.
. J Craig-Executor's Sale of Lots.
. Soodley-Notice to Trespassers.
. B. Latham-Notice to Hog Buyers.
H. Seals-Prospectas-Sunny South.
P. Anll-Newberry Steam Mill for
Simeon Young,Chairman-Report of Coun
T. F. Harmon-Molasses-Oats-Corn
Iron Shoe Soles-Wheat Bran.
THOrso.s, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
ONLY FOR CASH!
Knowing that times are hard and mo
ney scarce, I -m determined to sell
in my line, cheaper than they
have ever been bought in this place be
fore. If you want anything in my line
it will be to your interest to call and
exmine my stock, as I know you will
be pleased both as to price and quality.
I havejust received a very large stock
of Solid and Plated Silver Ware, suit
able for Presents. Also W a t c h e s ,
Clocks, Jewelry, Fancy Go6ds, &c. &c..
All of which will be sold Cheap for
CASH and CASH ONLY.
I do et propose to sell goods at or
below New York Cost, but at a very
All goods sold warranted as repre
sented- JOHN F. SPECK,
NI.S 45 a Newberry.
The past success 6f the Piedmont and
Arlington Life Insurance Company is an am
plegaanythatfts future will be prosperous.
Tbe% ss-of this Company in the South
ern Stfst-=nd especially in South Carolina
and Virginia, has been far in excess of that
of ay other like corporation. During the
past nine years this Company has paid on
account of death claims over S2,000,000, a
very Uxg partp this amoant has been paid
to Ain this- State. We heartily
coMMid the system of !ife insurance, and
canafiad a company that more-thoroughly
deserves suheess than the Piedmont and
Arlington of Virginia. e.o.w.-tf.
Dr. l.elfCougti S7&p is a purely Vege
table Compound, innocent in nature and
wonderful in effect. -For children it is inval
uable, caring Croup, Whooping Cough, etc.,
25 cents.per bottle, or
TO DRUGGISTS, HARDWARE AND GEN
wry-in stock from 1,000 to 3,000 boxes of
PA (the largest stock in the South)
e Z-t Mfrom 4x6 to 40k60 in
dhick and polished-plate.
t lran& of Finch and American
make. Stained, Cut, Ground, Enameled, and
Church Glass. Patty by the bladder or ton.
Glaziera' Points, Knives, Diamonds, &c.
Ataported direct from the fac
tories *Id3araBte bottom prices. Sed
for latest otations.
: P.-TOAM, Charle3ton, S. C.
&- kZN CYT OR W-A-R-D-'-S
S-H...1--E--T-S at PHIFERY SHOE
AN CEOT-HIVG STORE. ME A
SURS TAEN. ,FITS GUARAYTEED at
To WHEAT SOWERs.-Pelham &
Wardlaws druggists, are in receipt of a
large quantity of superior Blue Stone,
which will be sold low for cash. Call
and get a supply. 442t
KiaSwN & HNiTH aTe better pre
pared~ nor tha .e. before to supply
the needs of the great human family in
all tht pertains to housekeeping. Their
~6is large and- extremely varied,
and there is no article of any conceiva
ble utility bnt-csan^ be found in their es
tabgnpa. Anticipating a large num
berO ' visitors to the city, they have
wseTydr~epaiM for thir reception.
Their store is under the Columbia Ho
tel. ____ 4-tf
I.spa now offerino- the Wheeler &
Wifson Sewing Maic'ine at extra in
ducemnents to all responsible parties.
I have been travellino' through this sec
tion of country for nfteen months and
have sold about $4,004) worth of ma
chines, and in every sale have given
satisaction. My office is at W. T. Tar
rant's Dry Goods Store, and all orders
left there for machmnes will receive
4.-2t J. W. L. ARTHUR.
All persons indebted to me will please
call andsettleasIwoulld like to have
the use of my money.
After this date I will sellifor cash
AM persons who have articles in my
store which have been left for repairs,
- and for a period of six months and over,
will 'please call, settle and take the
same sway, otherwise they will be sold
for the work done. Hereafter let it be
distinctly understood I will not keep
any .work in store longer than six
monin. . JOHN F. SPECK,
Newberry, S. C.
Nov. 1, 1875. 44-St.
Ow SILVERt WANrE-)-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
quantties. _ ___39-tf.
Mr. J. W. L. Arthur. the efficient
agent of Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated
Sewing Machines, having accepted an
ageneg fgr the HERA&w, is au rie
to solicit subscriptions and collect dues
for which his receipt will be valid. We
commend him to the kind courtesies of
our patrons. T. F. GRENEKER.
To THE SMOER.--Statistics show
that whereas once upon a time the con
sumption of segars was on an average
-of two to every male inhabitant, now
it takes twenty to supply the demand.
How many of these Grant smokes we
have no0 Laiowledge. but we do know
thatPrry &Slawsolsell as many if
not wore than any other dealers of their
business capacity in the whole country.
They have been constantly forced to
inciease the dimensions of theirstore and
convenences, and to-day they occupy
a position of which they may well be
proud. Their favorite brands go from
Dan to Beersheba, and North, South,
East and West the demand is made for
Perry & Slawson's Segmars, Do not
forget the place when you visit Colum
bia. One door next to John C. Dial's
Hardware Store. Orders promptly fill
The Best Protection.
The best safeguards against epidemic dis
ease are thorough digestion and firm nerves.
It is beoause they assure the regglar perform
ance of the digestive process, and inavigOrate
the nervogs5 system, that Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters are such a sovereign protective against
the influences which beget intermittent mal
adies, and those which directly affect the
stomach and bowels. If the nerves are hethh
fully tranquil, the assimnulation of food per.
feet, as they are sure to be under the influence
of this standard tonic and nervine, malaria
may be defied; and it; in the albsence of the
most reliable of miedical safeguards, the sys
mitemt has remtent ypre th iters will, inr
peristedn erdiate tye,the Bvtesil, oftl
malastdy ioedictipveyatieo ndhes
malady.ielitsneqss, cnstiain tnd theops
raino-h3ptn eeal leaie
pepsia yield with egnal certainty to the ope
ration of this potent vegetable alterative.
DEATH.--In the death of Mr. Andre w
M. Wicker, Newberry has lost a good
citizen and the Methodist Church,btO
which he was attached, a consistent,
earrest and deeply pious member. Our
deceased friend was born in this county,
in the neighborhood of Pomaria, on the
17th of March, 1817, and died on Satur
day morning last, in the 59th year of
his age, after a lingering and painful
illness, which he bore with a Christian
patience and resignation seldom wit
nessed. His death was a triumph-the
approach of the king of terrors did not
aflect his peace of mind, and when the
final shock came he was ready. He
was a good man, a sincere Christian, a
kind, sympathizing friend, in whom
was no guile, and his heart overflowed
with charity to all men, a charity too
not of words, but of deeds. We deeply,
sincerely mourn his death, and sympa
thize with the bereaved family. May
the God of the widow and orphan be
No LECTuRE.-Mr. Caughman did
not give his Lecture on Monday night
as proposed, the night being unfavor
able, and the audience thin.
MALz AcADEMY.-The rates oftuition
per session-twenty weeks-at the Male
Academy, of which Mr. R. H. Clarkson
is princi~pal, are as follows: Collegiate
department $25; Intermediate $20; Pri
HoGs.-Mr, Latham advises the peo
ple of Newberry to-look out for.two car
loads of fat hogs between the 15th and
20th, at 7 1-2 cents. Visions of back
bones, ribs and sausageiise up before
Messrs. Pelham & Wardlaw 'com
plain that the advertisement calling at
tention to their Blue Stone had the
effect of bringing in such a rush of cus
tomers that they feared the supply
would run out before more could be
ordered. They gratefully acknowledge
the benefit done by printer's ink, and
we appreciate it highly..
A NEW wRmx.z is offered by Mr.
Harmon in the shape of 1netallic soles
and heels for shoes. There can be no
discount on them. Harmon has im
mortalized himself this time, hy.placing
the means within reach of our people
of saing their. souls (soles.) Besides
this he has the finest quality of. Syrup
RAm. ROAD AN.D THE FAi.-Persons
intending to visit the State Fair which
commences to-day, are informed that
Col. Dodamead announces round trip
tickets to and from the same, at thefol
lowing rates: Pomaria, $1.95; Pros
perity, $2.40; Newberry, $2.85; Silver
Street, $3.30; Saluda Old Town, $3.60;
To CURE A FLoN.-A good lady
friend begs us to impart the infornation,
that on the first appearance of a felon
if a roasted onion is placed upon the
part, and the application renewed for
three' or four days, that it will be de
stroyed. The onion must be roasted in
the ashes in brown paper previously
wet. Tryitand be cured.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.-At the
election held in this town on Tuesday
last for Intendant and Wardens, the old
Council were re-elected as follows:
Intendant-Y. J. Pope, Esq., votes
Wardens-J. C. Wilson, 282; B. S.
Copok, 21; T. C. Pool, 269; and J.
W. Pearson, 267.
THANKS.-Master Albert Maybin will
accept our thanks for specimens of the
largest tomatoes we have seen this year.
They are beauties, and were ripened
strange so say-in the open air, in spite
of the severe frosts experienced. If
we only had a county fair, Master Al
bert would certainly receive a pretiium;
as it is, he must be satisfied with a poor
THAN~xs.-Gen. and Mrs. Geo. Wash
ington will accept our thanks for a cor
dial invitation to attend a pleasant re
ception which they propose to give on
next Tuesday night, at Temperance
Hall. That it will be an enjoyable oc
casion we are satisfied, for when the la
dies set their heads on anything, hearts
and hands all join, and the consequence
is a grand success. We hope to have
the honor of waiting on the distinguish
ed couple, and indulge the additional
hope of seeing the Hall crowded. Re
member the time-Tuesday, Nov. 16th.
DR. P. ROBERTSON.-We regret:the
unintentional neglect to notice the ac
quisition made by Dr. Fant some weeks
sine in securing the services of the
gentleman named above. Some excuse
for it lies in the fact that our modesty is
only exceeded by his own, and the ac
quaintance was therefore slow in form
ing. Better late than never, however,
and we now take pleasure in saying
that Dr. Robertson is a regular graduate,
well versed in all that pertains to his
profession, a pupil of Dr. Panknin of
Charleston, and a gentleman of such
merit as wiH insure him the esteem of
our citizer: to whom we cordially com
POST OFFICE.-Mr. Boone, the effi
cient Post Master of Newberry, we are
pleased to know, contemplates or rather
has made arrangements for many im
provements in his office looking to the
public convenience. The inner front
of the office is to be remodelled, and
one hundred and fifty new metal lock
boxes placed there as substitutes for the
ancient pigeon-holes now in use. These
new boxes are of the same handsome
pattern as those in the new post office
at Columbia, which are not only orna
mental, hut very convenient. The de
livery windows also will be decidedly
improved. We congratulate Mr. Boone
on his ability to make these useful
changes, and also for the taste which
conceived them, and thle community
also in their i:npoved prospect. So
far as we cani see, Mr, Boone keeps a
On Saturday last a shutter blew off
of our office and fell some distance from
the house, and came near falling on a
goood man who had just subscribed for
t'he Press syd Bgyer When the shut
ter struck the ground Mr. Swearingin's
horse, which was hitched to a buggy,
took fright but did no damage. The
team of mules near by turned around
so quickly that the driver fell flat on
the groundl.-Press and Banner.
Our friends of the Press and Banner
shuld not have ar.ade a local of the
above. The risk run by that good man
might deter others from subscribing.
We would like to know if the action of
the aforesaiid good man had anything to
do with the falling of the shutter. Per
haps it was so unlooked for in these
dul times, that editors, printers and
devils gecuted a war dance on the
strengthi of it, during which the shutter
fell If there is a good ruan in this
comunity who feels like subscribing
to the HfERALD, we take pleasure
Iinsuring him against an accident of that
kind. Let him come without fear.
No EXCUSE FOR DARKNEs.-Dr.
S. F. Fants efforts to shed light upon
Newberry have been remarkably suc
cessful, the number of. lamps of all
sizes, shapes and'variets sold by him
latterly creates the idea that up to a
very recent period only tallow dips had
been used. It is pleasant to see that
our people are seeking the light, and
that if they havn't money to spare for
other things-newspapers for instance
-they have it for lamps. One of the
reasons for this may be assigned to the
fact that he sells them so cheap, some
as low down-chimney, wick and every
thing complete-as 25 cents. Just think
of it. We are almost satisfied that the
men who made them either stole the
material or are now languishing to
death in poor houses, paying the penal
ty of this extreme cheapness. He has
exquisitely beautiful ones at higher
prices, of course, but still so cheap as
to excite wonder; and not satisfied with
this, in a few days he will receive a lot
of altogether different patterns which
he thinks will captivate the public
fancy. We take pleasure in calling at
tention to this particular branch of the
Doctor's business, and invite the reader
to examine the display in his windows
and the neat arrangement of the same.
FE.-The loose cotton undergoing
he process of ginning at Capt. Jack
Hair's gin house, accidentally took fire
on Wednesday afternoon last, caused
by a negro woman stepping on a match
which was lying on the floor. In a
second the blaze ran over the loose
mass, but fortunately the burning cot
ton was removed and the fire extin
guished before other damage occurred
than the loss of about two bales. This
fas a fortunate result as there were
some fourteen bales in the gin house.
The - prompt action of the members
f the Hook and Ladder Co., on this oc
casion deserves mention. In a few
seconds after the alarm was sounded
the machine was. taken from the house,
and though the distance was over half
% mile, with two considerable hills to
limb, the boys made the-time from-the
Srst alarm inside of ten minutes. They
were so blown, however, that.they had
to rest and catch breath, and fortunately
the flames were subdued which render
d any further action on their part un
3ecessary. Hurrah for the red shirted
ook and Ladder boys. The experi
Bnce of the member who opened the
ioors of the machine house, is that two
men rushed in and seizing the ropes
were out with the machine and off ere
be had turned to enter, and but that
,hey were dragging a heavy weight,
nd he unencumbered, he would not
ave succeeded in catching up with
hem. It is further said, too, that every
member was at the fire.
PERSONAL.-The pleasure of a visit
From Mr. Daniel Klein, the travelling
alesman of Mosler, Bahmann & Co.
:he great safe manufacturers of Cincin
ati, Ohio, was afforded us last week.
Ee is the most extensive commercial
:raveler on our books, and a very clever
*Mr. W. D. M. Harmon, editor and
proprietor of the Lexington Dispatch,
Eavoreduns with. a visit a few days ago.
ne of his objects in coming to New
erry was' to see his old friend, the
"crippled soldier," and compare notes
Judge Moses, after his arduous ses
;ion of court at Spartanburg, has re
urned home, an'] is looking well.
Mr. D. Robertson, representing the
popular firm of Messrs. Edwin Bates &
Co., Charleston, has been looking after
business interests here; He is a brother
f the efficient and agreeable druggist
at Dr. Fant's.
Dr. White, of the Beaufort Tribune,
was in town a few days ago.
Rev. A. B. Woodfin and Dr. Shand,
>f Columbia; preached, the one in the
Baptist Churchb, and the other St.
Luke's, last Sunday week.
Mr. Rantin, of the shoe house of
Bristol & Co., Charleston, favored this
sommunity with a visit during the week.
Without exaggeration he is the hand
somest shoe man op. the war path.
We were pleased to see Maj. James
Stewart in onr. midst a few days ago.
Ee had just returned from Fort Dela
vare, and on the way back, to his poss
atreenville; stopped 'over to see his
Beson -M. Jones; Esq., returned
From Asheville on Friday last, looking
ABOUT THE TOWN AND1 CouNT.
Several days fine weather this week.
The cotton still rolls in, and buyers
The sear and yellow leaves have near
ly all fallen.
Candidates for Council were awfully
unned last Tuesday.
Turkeys sold on Wednesday last at
2 1-2 cents per pound. Cheaper and
better than centennial beef.
Our butchers, we are pleased to say,
are playing the part of Christians now.
Beef latterly has been very good. No
complaint even from those who triect
meat from the jumping heifer a few
The scarcity of cats is unaccountable,
considering that there are no sausages
The Epizootic is very prevalent
mong horses and mules. It first af
eeted two-legged bipeds. It is said not
to be dangei'ous.
Reckless driving should be stopped
by our town marshals. The smashing
of vehicles matters not, but the risk
pedestrians run is a serious matter.
Mule teams should not be allowed to
go through the streets at a pace faster
than a walk or slow trot.
A prominent shoe man says the earth
quake of last Monday night caused his
wash basin to dance a jig.
*The municipal election on last Tues
lay was the quietest thing on record.
No liquor was drank nor a drop of
Shoe dealer-I find we have no num
ber twelve shoes, sir; but here is a pair
of large nines. Customer-Nines! Do
you take me for Cindereller?
There are two times in a mar.'s life
when lie eagerly scans the newspaper
once, when he has been in an awful
scrape, and, again, when he is looking
for a puff. And yet there are men who
say they have no use for newspapers.
A Western newspaper says that the
devil has reserved several chgie gents
for tho.se who write communications to
newspapers with a lead pencil.
The Job Printing department of the
HERALD is in lively blast. Splendid
inks, superfine paper, No 1 cards, a tip.
top printer, and prices low. Now is
the time to have work done,
The HanALp BoQk Store is largely
supplie-blanTk books of all kinds, pa
per and envelopes, all varieties, inks,
shoo books, &c., &c.
Ode to the printer-a yeaxfs subscrip
. ~rdywsaote ut a n
-lhursday was another dusty day and
It is said that any paper which allom
itself to become interested in the lengt
of ladies' stockings will sooner or latt
come to some bad end. We promise I
keep clear of stockings, but not pir
backs, a charming poem on which wi
appear next week.
Messrs,. Wheeler & Co., successors t
Hix, are now prepared to make picture
after the latest and most approved style.
Persons going down to the Fair wi
be allowed to enjoy themselves to thei
heart?s content, but they are advised t
keepout of the calaboose.
Sow plenty of wheati oats. barley an
rye, and in the coming spring reap
He came to town the other day wit
cotton, but did not pay that little ac
count which has been so long standing
He told us, however, that he had nc
forgotten it, and there is still hope.
Wood must be scarce, it comes in s
The season for cotton picking neve
has been so propitious-it is nearly a]
L. H. Redus arrived home on Thurs
day last, and is looking very natural.
No. 2 Mollohon Row has change<
hands-Mr. Perry Fant will run th
store now with a choice stock of gro
The skating rink is open for the sea
son, and our young people are preparin,
for braises. Prof. Milam does th
Mr. David Richardson, living nea
Chappell's Depot, just across the river
lost his dwelling and furniture by fire .
few days ago.
At length rain has fallen, it com
menced on Thursday night, and in plac
of dust we have mud. The town mul<
will be engaged indefinitely in haulinc
The old nuisance is showing itself ii
wagons stopping on street crossings
This is more frequent on our cornei
than anywhere else. As the wagon
which block this point load at Harmon's
we suggest to that intelligent gentle
man to have them halt either above oi
below, or immediately in front of hi
doors. To stop in the way when mu
is thick is a nuisance.
The Town Council and tbei .licien
marshalls are requested to preveut th
obstructions Alluded to. Almost an,
wet day and at every corner wagon
can be seen directly on the street cross
ings. To the pedestrians who have t<
step aside in the deeper mud this is ai
abominable nuisance. St6p it, some
. Mosquitos have taken their last nil
for the season-winter having set in.
Jim Rice, colored, and a trifle tight
from Mollohon, entertained the unwash
ed and a few others with the accom
plished tricks of his dog Kilgore, Sat
urday afternoon. Kilgore is a smar
dog, and Rice a good trainer.
The dog show was better than tha
given under canvass in rear of the Cour
House. We are not prepared to repor
positively, though, as no card of admiis
sion reached this office. It may be se
down as a one-horse affair-or perhap
The merchants of Newberry are in
censed agrainst the officers of the Green
vile & Columbia railroad, and until w<
bear both sides of the question, the'
seem to have just cause. They shouli
old a meeting and resolve something
The auction man, who sells ten pai
of socks for $1, and other things in prc
portion, held his own all the week, witi
the exception of one night, on whici
occasion he got tight and was invited t<
occupy lodgings in the guard house.
Stnday was the gloomiest day ex
perienced since last spring-churcl
goers generally remained in doors.
Father and son both said Turkey t<
us last Sunday, unfortunately we coul<
not see it-other engagements. We
dare them to say Turkey again.
List of Letters remainin1g in~ the Post Offic
at Newberry, S. C.:
Nelson Butler, J. Bohen, Andrew Bowlare
Win. Bryson, Calvin Baker, David Bailey
Furman Brooks, Joshua Burden, Mrs. Sun
Brown, R. S. Burwell, Sam Boyd, col'd.
Harry Clark, Alfred Chatmnan, Jos. Cofield
Sam 'I Cannon, Griffin Cannon,J. L. Colman
Miss Mariah Galloway, Miss Mary Guthrie
Mrs. L. A. Hipp, Mrs. M. E. Hinson, Marl
Hunt, Miss J. J. Jones, Elias Lewis, Corne
lius F. Lnqua, Mrs. A. C. Lon'g, Miss Jani
Liles, Dr. Mower McCann, Seth W. Munpin
Win. Mathews, Mrs. Mary E. Mayhew, Pres
ton Metts, G. W. Murray, Ben. S. Mathews
Miss Emma Nickerson, Miss Flora W. Pe
terson, W. J. Rogers, S. Ruff, L. D. Riley~
. Ruff, Hannah Shands, Jno. C. Stewart
D. W. Stewait, M. E. Smith, Miss K. E
Summer, August Shiemnan, J. J. Schwerir
T. J. Smith, Thos. Saber, F. H. Wilson, J
J. Woolverton, Miss Nannie H. Whitmire
Miss Lucy Wadsworth.
NEWBERRY, November 9.-Cotton markE
continues active-closing at 111, with goo
supply and demand.
Bales shipped during week-862.
LrvEEPooL, November 8 -Cot ton stead,
-middling uplands 6 15-16; middling O2
NEW YoRK, November 8.-Cotton quie
and steady; sales 1,064, at 13 5-16a13 11-1(
Gold dull and weak, at 1.143a1.141.
BALTIMORE, November 8.-Cotton quiet
AUGUsTA, November 8.-Cotton steady
CHARLEsToN, November 8.-Cotton firn
THON. E liRMO
Would respectfully inform his friend
and the public generally, that he has jus
returned from New York and Baltimore
where he has, with great care, purchased:i
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK 0:
BOOTS and SHOES,
And many other goo-ls kept in his line.
Come one and all and examine for yotu
Thankful for the very liberal patronage
have heretofore received, I hope by stric
attention to business to continue to mner
the same. My motto is "Quick Sales an
THOS. F. HARMOi~
Sep. 15, 37-t.
Positive notice is hereby given, that
any person or persons are found tresspas
ing on my farm or about my premises da
or night from this date, that th~ey will I
dealt with to the iutnaast lirpit of the law.
Sept. 29, #9-2m. J. J. A MICK.
THE COTTAGE on Adams street,
present occupied by Mrs. S. Boyle. ?c
session givep 1st January, 1876.
For terms apply to undersigned at La
Office of Jones, Jones & Mower.
GEO. S. MOWER.
Oct. 2'?, 48-Lf.
-ConfIctionerl and Restaurant
Having purchased the entire stock of
0 CONFECTIONERIES, together with the
RESTAURANT. from Capt John F. Speck,
I would respectfully inform my friends and
the publie generally, that I will continue
the business at the same stand, where by
r strict attention and fair dealing I hope to
0 merit a liberal share of public patronage.
My stock of
Confectioneries, Cigars, &c.,
Is complete, and will be kept so by con
stant additions. My
t Will be open at all hours where FISH and
OYSTERS will be serve-up in any style.
A New Feature for Newberry.
The ladies are respectfully infor:ned that
my Restaurant is fitted up for their benefit
as well as the gentlemen, and a cordial in
vitation is extended them to visit it, with
- the assutance that they will meet with deco.
rous attention, as the prevailing style will
I be good order and neatness. This a new
feature for Newberry, and I am determined
to make it a popular one.
To'one and all, the public generally, and
the rest of nankind. don't forget te "CEN
TRAL RESTAURANT" and CONFECTION
ERY, next door to Capt. Speck's Jewelry
W. H. DICKERT.
r Newberry, S. C., Oct. 25, 1875. 43-St
Have in store their
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
r In all the various lines, the stock is large
s and has been selected with great care.
- The ladie. are invited to examine our
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods,
. CASSIMERES AND PIECE GOODS
. Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
. Besides the above we have in store a fine
Hardware and Cutlery,
t Saddles and Bridles,
t Trunks of all kinds,
- HIEAVY 8OODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
And many other articles which it is need
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD~
- CHEAP FOR CAS3H.
3P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
jSep. 22, as-tt.
- CASH CUSTOMERS.
I Latest Novelties!
Largest Variety !
PIIECE GOODS, &c.,
SFor gentlemen and youths, all qualities.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
- ALL PRICES,
- Together with
Our motto is QUICK SALES AND
SHORT PROFITS, consequently we will
SELL LOW FOR CASH.
D. B. WHEER & CO.
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
DIEI1mS & DAT I'
s Cornr Richardson and Taylor Streets,
t COLUMBIA, S. C.
Now open a full and splendid assortment
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVER
AND PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES,
FANCY ARTICLES, GUNS, PISTOLS,
P CANES, SPORTMEN'S GOODS, &c.
The proprietors are well known, and have
an experience of many years in the busi
ness--Mr. Diercks having carried on the
JEWELRY BUJSINESS on his own account
in this city for many yeraspast. Mr. Davis
has had a long experience in the old and
-, popular house of Radcliffe & C'o..and for the
lt four and a half years in the* employ of
I erspectfully invite our old friends and
-t customers and the public to call and inspect
tour stock before purchasing Jelehere
d PAIRED in~ the best manner. Also, EN
GR AVING done at short notice. Work war
so lea nts for the celebrated SPENCER
* DIMO SECTADIFEtCKS & DAVIS.
MR. DIERCKS respectfully Informs his
friends and customers of the up-countr~
that he has removed his GROCERY DL
f PARTMENT to the rear, where he has one of
the largest and beatassortmnents of FAMILY
s-GOCERIES to be found in the city.
y Attached to this branch is my E~ESTAU
le R ANT, where all kinds of refreshments are
served in best styles day and uig~ht.
Oct. 20, 42-Sm., G. DIERCKS.
Notice of Final Settlement.
at I will make final settlement on the Estate
s- of Andrew Kinard, deceased, in the Probate
office of Newberry County, on the eighth
,w day of December, 1875, and apply for final
discharge as Executor of said deceased.
J. B. LIVINGSTON,
Nov 3 44 a-5 Exeutor.
Dry Goods, Boot
CHEAP DRY G001
GRAND CENTRAL DRY (
THE citizens of Newberry County will save
house. They keep a buyer in New York
goods by every steamer from auction and whei
CASH. They keep the largest and most varied
and sell as LOW as the same goods can be bou
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHAD]
JEANS, TWEEDS, CASSIXERES, CLOT.
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, DRESS GOC
LACES, NOTIOSS, HOSIERY, UNDE1
SOAPS AND PERFUMERIES, which
& Co.'s prices by the package to the
Keep's Partly Made Shirts, at
The CHEAPEST, the BEST, and the BEST Fr
D7 Samples sent when reqnested, and all pa
Oct. 20, 1875-42-1y.
CLOTHING AND H
NEW AND ELEG
HATS: Beaver, Silk, Cassimere,
Splendid Bargains in Our F
Our stock this fall is LARGI
KINARD & WILEY, -
Oct. 20, 42-3m.
R. &W. .
CLOTHI G 'Al
We have received our stock
and we are now OFFERING
We have made up ourSelves
our custoIners can depend on i
TICLE FOR A LITTLE.MO
It will pay any man to
Clothing, ouir stock being unus
EST ever offered to the public
Goods sent 0. 0. D. subject
Sep. 29, 39-ti.
THE LARGEST AND BEST
AND CENTS'. AND YOUTHs'
F/ R NI H IN5 5 0008
BYER EXRIBITED IN NEWBERRY.
DRESS 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,
Beides every other article kept in a first
class Clothing House.
KEEPS CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS,
$16 PER DOZEN.
Examination of goods and prices solicit
WIG~HT & CJOPPQK.
Sep.. 29, 39-tf.
JNO. SCJOTT & 110.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
GETS' FUJRMSIIN GOODS,
In styics and prices to suit the times.
Cutting and Making Suits to
The public most respectfuilly invited to
examine our Stock. Sep. 29, 39-tf.
All persons having demands against the
Estate *of Stanmore Langford, dec'd., will
present' them duly attested, on or before
the 1st day of December next, and all per
sons indebted to said Estate will make pay
ment of the same on or before the 1st of
December next, to the undersgneFD.
* ~ J. D. CASH.
Oct. 20, 42-6t.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
James M. Davenport, de'd., are hereby re
quested to come forward and settle by or
before Dec. 1st. All Notes and Accounts
not paid by the time mentioned, will be
placed in the hands of an officer for collec
tion. J. D. CASH,
ct. 18, 1875--42-5t. Adm'r..
g, shoes, Carpets.
B0f8, SHOES, &Us,
-E & CO..,
3I.A., S. C.
money by buying their goods at the above
and other markets all the time; they receive
ever they car be bought CHEAPEST FOR
stock of any house this side of New York,
ght in that city. We keep a full line of
S, PAPER HANGINGS, BOOTS, SHOES,.
ES, HOMESPUNS of every description,
DS, SILKS. LINENS, TOWELINGS,
IWEAR, and Colgate & Co.'s TOILET
we sell by the single viece at Colgate
wholesale trade. We are agents for
Fifteen Dollars per Dozen.
['TING SHIRT ever introduced to the market.
ckages over ten dollars sent by express fhee
VM. D. LOVE & CO.
' AND BOYS!
Stiff and Soft Felt And Wove.
rS AND DRAWERS!
ine Shirts-$16 Per Dozen.
, ELEGANT and CHEAP.
- - COLUMBIA, S. C.
I HAT H9U[.
of CLOTHING and HATS,
BARGAINS in the same.
most of our fine goods, and
~etting a SUPERIOR AR
call on us before buying his
ually large and the CHEAP-.
The Great Southern
STOVE DEPOT I
COLUMBIA, S. C.
At which place are to be found the finest
and largest assortment of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
That has ever been brought to this market.
Among which are the
Which is attacbed to other Heating Stoves;
all of which I can sell much CHEAPER
than heretofore, owing to the great fall in
Persons in want of good Stoves of latest
improvement, or any of the old favorites,
or anything else in the tin line are in
vited to call at my establishment. Satisfac
tion guaranteed bioth as to goods or prices;
Oct. 20, 42-1m.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THE EXERCISES of this Institution will
be resumed on TUESDAY, I'HE 19TH OF.
The subscriber having been recently
elected Principal, will aim to place this
School on a footing with the best Classical
and Matheiftatical 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
ed professions, or for the more practical
pursuits of life.
By a thorough and practical course of
studies, and firm, but judicious discipline,
the subscriber hopes to merit a generous
For particulars, apply to Maj. L. J. . ones,
Chairman of Board of Trustees, S. P. Booz
er, Secretary, or to
R. H. CLARKSON,
Notice of Final Settlement.
NOTICE is hereby given that as Guar
dian of James Harmon and Barbara Catha
rine Harmon, I will make a final settlement
on the Estates of the said Wards, on the
first day of December, 1875, and will also
apply to the Probate Court for final dis
charge as such Guardian..DoIC.
Oct. 27, 43-3t.
Dry Goods, Grecerses, re.
JONES, DIVIS &
su- TO. IL04.J0.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Maiing,
BOOTS,-SHOES, HATS, Etc.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The at tention of purchasers in every part
of this State is called to consider a very im
porttnt fact, namely, that the old estab
lished house of R. C. SHIVER & CO., is
not closed but reorganized upon the only
basis that business can be carried on suc
And we assure our patrons that we shall
continue the same honorable course of deal
ing wiLh them that was such a distinguished
feature with the house of R. C. SHivEE & 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. TEN
PRICES WILL STARTLE AND ATTRACT
YOU AT SIGHT. We invite you to send
at once for
SAMPLES. OF THESE NEW AND HAND
And, 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 C. 0. D., and
Best 6Jc. Prints in the city. -
Long Cloths 8J, 10, 12ic. None equal
to them in the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas and Mo
hairs, just imported.
Hosiery Derartment-Full of well assort
ed goods at popular prices.
Gents' Furnishing Goods complete, as a
Our Boot and Shoe Department is 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 a very small ad
Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheet.
ings sold at factory prices.
Flannels and Blankets at prices that will
We Sha Ezpect an Order from You or a Call
When You Viit Our City.
D. .TONES. C. BoUENIGHT.
. E. DAv.IS. - K. 5. BOUENIGBT.
Sep. 29, 39-3m.
Prices to Suit the Times!
The citizens of Newberry and surround
ing Counties, are respectfully invited .to
all at the store of
Where Bargains May Be lad
f All Qualities and Varietiess
Gentlemen's and Youths'
Fine and common.
BOOTS, 111 fl,
All of which will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Also, in store,
Of All Kinds.
My goods were bought favorably and
selected with great care especially for this
market, and I am determined to give satis
faction, not 'only in quality and variety,
but in prices,.and all that I ask is an ex
amination of my stock before buying else
Oct. 13, 41-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, M-tf.