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Special and Local.
ME2 To NEW ADVERTISE3MTS.
Y. J. Pope and others-Notice.
S. C. R. R.-Chauge of Schedule.
McFalfr& Pool-Inflation a Humbug.
- Mrs. G. 0. Teasdale-Dancing School.
J. B. Livingston-Sale of Choses in Action.
Thomas V. Wicker and Thomas S. Moor
Harper & Brothers-Harper's Weekly
Harper's Magazine-Harper's Bazar-Pros
Tiompso-, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
- Sewing Machine Needles of all kinds
47-tf McFALL & POOL'S.
.LrrmaAR.-The last and most successful
of American story writers of to-day is the
Rev. Wra. M. Baker, pastor of a Presbyte
rian Church in Boston, and they do say he
gets more for a single serial than his whole
year's salary as pastor. He has already
written "The Nei -Timothy" and "Mose
Evans," and is now engaged upon a story
entitled "A Good Year," the scenes of which
are laid in "the most interesting city of the
South," daring a residence there. The story,
we learn, is to.be published in the Rev. Dr.
Talmage's paper, The Christian at Work.
ONLY FOR CASH!
Knowing that times are hard and mo
ney scarce, I am determined to sell
goods 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
examine my stock, as I know you will
be pleased both as to price and quality.
I have just 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 Goods, &c. &c.,
All of which will be sold Cheap for
CASH and CASH ONLY.
I do not propose to sell goods at or
below New York Cost, but at a very
All goods sold warranted as repre
sented- JOHN F. SPECK,
Nov. 9 45 3 Newberry.
Marion, Batavia, and Revere double
Repp Papeteries, Excelsior, Belle, Gar
land, Auburndale, Arlington, and Belle
Helene Papeteries and Initial papers at
.1 R ooABWk Store. 41-tf.
TO DRUGGISTS, HARDWARE AND GEN
I carry in stock from 1,000 to 3,000 boxes of
Nindoiglass, (the largest stock in the South)
'n&racing all sizes, from 46- to 40x60 in
e oc double -thick and polished plate.
-.dard brgnds of French and American
make. Stained, Cat, Ground, Enameled, and
Church Glass. Patty by the bladder or ton.
Glaziers' Points, Knives, Diamonds, &c.
Above are imported direct from the fac
tories and I guarantee bottom prices. Send
for latest quotations.
45-tf. P. P. TOALE, Charleston, S. C.
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
HER&n Book Store, up stairs over
'Harinon's store. 41-tf. 1
$GE NC Y F OR W-A-R-D-'-S
S-H-4--T-S at P HI F R S H OE
AND CLOTHING STORE. MEA
SURE$ TAKET. FITS GUARANTEED at
$50 EACH. .44-tf'.
The past success of the Piedmont and
Arlington Life Insurance Company is an am
Plegasranty thatits future will be prosperous.
The business of this Company in the South
-ern States, and especially in South Carolina
and Virginia, has been far in excess of that
of any other like corpration. During the
pad nine years- this Cmpany has paid on
accounit of death claims over $2,000,000, a
very large part of this amount has been paid
to beacefiiaries in this State. We heartily
commend the sy stem of li~fe insurance, and
c?.nnot find a company that more thoroughly
deserves success than the Piedmont and
Arlington of Virginia. e.o.w.-45-tf.
Do not 'use inferior paper when you
write, but call at HERALD Book Store
and get Pirie's best note, finest commer
cial note, octavo note, together with
Repp, Initial and various other kinds of
KINGSLAND & HEATH are better pre
pared now than -ever before to supply
the needs of the great human family in
all that pertains to housekeeping. Their
stock, is large and extremely,.varied,
an<Tthere is no article of any conceiva
ble utility bnt can be found in their es
tablishmnent. Anticipating a large num
ber of visitors to the city, they have
wisely prepared for their reception.
Their store is under the Columbia Ho
ThejIERALD Book Store is now full
- MSehool Books fresh from publishers
togwether with all kinds of Stationery.
41-tf. _ _ _
Ow SIL.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
Mr. J. W. L. Arthur. the. efficient
agent of Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated
Sewing Machines, having accepted an
agency for the HERAw, is authorized
to soliit subscriptions and collect dues
-for which his receipt will be valid. We
Scommend him to the kind courtesies of
our patrons. T. F. GRENEKER.
To THE SMOKE.-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 no knowledge, but we~ do know
that Perry & Slawson sell as many if
not more than any other dealers of their
business capacity in the whole country.
They have been constantly forced to
increase the dimensions of their store and
conveniences, 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,
Eastimid West the demand is made for
Perry & Siawson's Segars. Do not
forget the place when you visit Colum
bia. One door next to John C. Dial's
Hardware Store. Orders promptly fill
Tissue Paper, Leaf Paper, Bristol
-Board, Perforated Board, etc., etc., at
H ERALD Book Store. 41-tf
The B est Proteetion.
The best safeguards against epidemic dis
ease are thorough digestion and firm nerves.
It is because they assure the regular perform
ance of the digestive process, and invigorate
the nervous system, that Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters are such a sovereign protective against
the infiuences which beget intermittent mal
adies, and those which directly affect the
stomach and bowels. If the nerves are health
fully tranquil, the assimulation of food per
fec t, as they are sure to be under the influence
of this standard tonic and nervine, malaria
may be defied; an,i if, in the absence of the
most reliable of medical safeguards, the svs
tem has fallen a prey to disease of an iter
mittent or remittent type, the Bitters will, if
persisted in, eradicate every vestige of the
malady. Biliou-ness, constipation and dys
pep sia yield with equal certainty to the ope
ration of this potent vegetable alterative.
DEATH.-Again it is our sad and pain
ful duty to chronicle the death of a citi
zen-Mr. Charles P. Pope, who died on
Sunday last, at the residence of Dr.
Sampson Pope, in the 58th year of his
age. The deceased had been in declin
ing health for many months, and though
his death was neither sudden nor unex
pected. yet the announcement that the
end with him had come was received
by his many friends with painful sur
prise. We leave it to some one better
acquainted with his eventful life and
character to write a tribute to his mem
NEWBERRY DIVISiON, No. 8, S. of T.,
will meet as usual to-night (Tuesday,
Nov. 23rd) at 7 o'clock.
ILLUSTRAT3D PAPERS.-Call and get
the popular illustrated papers at the
HERALiD Book Store. Leave an order
for any particular one not kept on hand.
DANCING CARD.-Attention is called
to the card of Mrs. Teasdale, to be
found- in another place. All persons
contemplating taking lessons on the
light fantastic are invited to signify their
desire between this and the 1st of De
CATALOGuE.-We acknowledge re
ceiving a handsomely printed catalogue
of Williamston Female College for 1875.
We are pleased to state that this popu
lar institution is in a highly prosperous
condition. The Winter Commencement
is the 14th December.
Acc16ENT.-On Friday last, whileMr.
F. D. Graham was feeding a gin, his
left was hand caught by the revolving
teeth and in a second it was drawn in,
the third finger taken off and the re
mainder horribly mutilated. Our sym
pathies are extended.
LOOK OUT.-It is predicted that the
weather in December and January will
be uncommonly severe. Snow is to fall
in vast quantities. See to it, and have a
largsupply.of wood and coal on hand, so
as tobe prepared against any emergency.
See to it, also, and prepare shelter for
ntock, a little care bestowed in this way
will be returned to the farmer in large
WHAT HAs BEcOxE OF THEx.-A
ote on gilt edged paper from a charm
ing correspondent, asks what has be
:ome of the Jalapa, Pomaria, Prosperi
ty and Williamston correspondents.
Alas, we cannot tell. Gone glimmer
ing perhaps. The fact that enquiry is
ade, and from su ch a source,
hould certainly wake them from the
ethargy into which they have fallen.
Did they know what we know they
would immediately resume their pens.
CHEAP AND GOOD.-OnI the corner
f Caldwell and Friend streets stands
bhe modest store of a modest and unas
uming gentleman, Mr. Patrick Scott,
md in that store is an admirable and
heap stock of clothing and gents'
arnishing goods, to which we take in
nite pleasure in calling attention. He
has in a way peculiar to himself capti
rated the fancy of our little folks at
ome, and they unanimously declare
that he is a nice old gentlemen, all of
which we agree to. If the reader
entleman reader-wants pantaloons,
est, coat, shirts, &c., he cannot do bet
ber than to visit Mr. Patrick Scott.
A WANT.-That the Express Com
pany which realizes so much from New
berry does not furnish a wagon for the
delivery of its parcels excites the sur
prise of our business men. Surely the
:ompany can afford it, and too, its pa
trons are entitled to such an accommo
lation, for the rates charged are, to say
the least, exorbitant. In every other
place of importance, Express compa
nies deliver goods, and why not here,
md besides, they have offices in con
renient distance of business for the re
eption and storage of parcels, but not
n Newberry. Here the merchants have
to take things just as they are found and
not as they wish.
CLARA WILDMAN.-TheO many ad
mirers of this charming young emo
tional actress will be pleased to learn
hat she is coming this way, and will
shortly appear in Newberry for a few
nights only. She is accompanied and
supported by the New York Comedy
ompany, Imperial Cornet Band and
Operatic Orchestra. This information
reaces us by card from Mr. F. J. Wild
man, proprietor and manager. As the
date of coming is not named, and the
ompany is at present in Charlotte, it is
presumed that it will not be long ere
they will reach this place. Further
particulars, we are told, will be given
through the papers and by programmes.
'SOSIBLE.-A hefty citizen of good
character bought some chickens from a
darkey on Saturday, and not having
any small change about his clothing,
said he would step round home and
bring the amount. As he had the chick
ens in hand, the darkey seemed dubious,
when the purchaser said-looking at
the 'local' standing near-"he will be
responsible for me." "To be sure," said
the local, "he's all right." Well, the
local never was more bedevilled in his
life. An hour elapsed, and citizen had
not returned, and the darkey not liking
the situation, laid violont hands on the
local, saying he was "'sponsible for de
chicken." The local managed to elude
him for awhile, but again the darkey
came on "de 'sponsible man" unawares,
zid again he escaped. Two hours later
citizen not yet returned with the change
-the local was again overhauled, and
this time the darkey's dander was up.
Said he, "Lc> .k har, Mister, you's 'spon
sible 'fore Go-l and dat money's got to
come." Just then citizen hove in sight
with the change, which he had been
carrying about in his hand for over
three hours, and all was well. We will
never go security again.
THE LECTURE.-COI. Hamilton's Le
ture on Monday night for the benefit <
the Ladies' Monumental Associatioi
was delivered to a moderately fu
house, many being kept away in cons,
quence of the unfavorable aspect of tf
weather. We were pleased to see.,
many ladies out, notwithstanding ti
outside appearances,;and have no doul
they were pleased at the many wari
and truthful enconiums passed to ti
credit of fair, noble woman by ti
speaker, and also well paid in the el
quence of the subject. The Lecture '
a most appropriate tribute to the cau
for which it was prepared, and in bi
half of those who were permitted t
enjoy it, w-e return thanks to Col. Han
ilton for the gratification conferred.
THE CoRNETS.-In answer to ot
inquiry-where have the Silver Cornel
gone to?-the Progressive Age imparl
the cheerful information that not one
the members have gone where th
woodbine twineth, and that only on
has gone to such a distance that his hor
cannot be heard. The rest are all her(
but alas! one sells candy and only blov
the merits of his sweetenings, on
wakes up the solitude of Helena, tw
have gone into the rib business, and th
rest, heaven help them, are dealing i
"notes" of a greenback character. Thi
is all very well-they are not dead, bu
alas, they are in an inglorious sleel
and Newberiy misses the inspiratio:
of their music. Why is this thus? Th
whereabouts of the blowers being ac
counted for, we ask where are the in
PERSONAL.-Ira B. Jones, Esq., lat
of Prosperity, has removed to the en
terprising town of Lancaster, where hi
proposes to enter on the practice of hi
profession. He will form a partnershi]
with a law firm of established reputa
Dr. Barre, for some time engaged ii
the drug store of Dr. Pratt, will sooi
remove to Atlanta, Ga., where he wil
go into business.
Prof. Perry, who has been engage4
for several months in giving lessons i
Penmanship, leaves Newberry to th<
regret of his pupils.
Mr. Percy Brown, for a long time ai
active and efficient clerk in Mr. Har
mon's store, has entered upon the lif
of a farmer. He bade adieu to New
berry on Saturday.
We sincerely regret to lose so man
good men and truly hope they may a]
succeed in their different ventures.
Mr. McD. Metts again put-in an ap
pearance, he arrived on Saturday ani
remained over until Monday.
Col. Peake, of Laurens Rail Roa<
fame, and Mr. Bryant from below, wh<
looked like a rail road man, enlivenet
our sanctum for a few minutes on Sal
THE LADY WASHINGTON RECEPTIO)
on last Tuesday night was the featuri
of the season, and a very pleasant affai
indeed. It was not as well attended a
was hoped for by those wvho inaugurate<
it, yet still it was a success. The ladie
and gentlemen who represented y
ancient worthies were appropriatel;
costumed and sustained the character
represented with credit to themselve
and satisfaction to the pleased looker
on. The stage Tableau was striking
and the centre figures of the Father c
his country-who by the way is on
town father-and Mrs. Washington
surrounded by Mrs. John Jay, Mrs
Izard, Mrs. William Washington, Mrs
Henry Laurens, Emily Geiger, Mrs
Robt. Livingston and daughters, Mrs
Lynch, Miss Mary Watts, Miss Bayard
Ms. Gerry and daughter, together witi
the Swamp Fox, Marion, Lafayette
Cornwallis, Ethan Allen, Alex. Hamii
ton and others, made up an effectiv
picture. The appearance of the Dutch
man from Columbia, who knew Georg
and had seen the little hatchet, brough
the house down. So well gotten up wa
he that even the wife of his own boson
did not know him, nor the little "oliva
plant" who held to our hand. Dr. Jack
son, who personated this character
reaped a large reward in the pleasur
which his unexpected appearance es
cited. The supper and refreshments o:
this .occasion were just what were es
pected of the lady management. .Alto
gether, the Reception afforded satisfac
tion to those present.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.-Th
following transfers of R*eal Estate hav
been effected in this County since th
first of November:
Geo. Fellers to W. H. Long, 15:
D. S. Cromer to A. P. Vaughan, 6;
Maria L. Boozer to A. P. Vaughar
Julius Banks to J. W. Minick, 60
. B. Mayer, Sr., to Mary WV. Mayei
3 59-100 acres and building-nominal.
J. B. Smith to J. P. Sloan, 46 acres
J. J. Carrington to J. W. Davenporl
162 acres, $934.
R. P. Clark to F. H. Dominick, 1
A. F. Cromer to F. H. Dominici
185 1-2 acres, $1,600.
Heirs of Mary Dominick, 434 acre:
Boozer & Peoples, Receivers, to I
M. Jones, 1 lot and building, $1,500.
J. B. Simpson to A. Nichol, 30 acre
G. W. Morris to Elizabeth Moort
112 acres, $93.33.
John Harrington to Martha C. Cal
well, 492 acres, $1,820.
Martha Goree to W. 0. Goree, 25
J. M. Kibler to S. J. Hiller and I
JSheely, otin Frog Level, $150.
B. H. Lovelace and D. B. Wheek4
to J. 0. Havird, 1 lot in Newberry, $1
J. J. Carrington to Mathias Wicke:
90 acres, $490.
Wmn. Langford to Edith Mathew
248 33-100 acres-nominal.
P. H. Dennis to Julia Ann Moon,
W. G. Mayes to Scott McKee,
J. J. Carrington to T. A. Floyd, 9:
100 of an acre, $1,475.
C- HAVE You SEEN IT?-The Centen
>f nial Button Hole Pipe, sold by Perry
a, & Slawson, of Columbia, is the latest
11 wrinkle and the best thing out. These
a- gentlemen have button-holed us, and
ie will be happy to supply orders for the
;o same at 75 cts. each, postage paid.
ie Send for one by all means. In the
At meantime come and view the one
n which we sport.
e JALAPA ITMs.
The health of this place is no where
s to be excelled in the United States.
e J. R. Campbell will soon complete
another house-the third in the past
I eight months. His head is level.
An old citizen tells us that Mr. Mar
tin, the present mail rider, excels any
previous rider since the mail com
ir menced this route. He is punctual,
s and in fact is all that constitutes a good
:s business man. We long to see him
f handle the mail on the train.
e Nathan Swindler, who was severely
e stabbed with a knife in the left breast,
f between the fifth and sixth rib, on Fri
' day night, by the skillful treatment and
s prompt attention of Dr. R. P. Clark, is
e thought to be out of danger.
0 Our esteemed townsman, Col. G. S.
e Cannon, has been feeble for the past
Q week, but is now improving.
s This market is well supplied with
it choice beef, at from 6 to 8 cents, and
0 Messrs. Wright and Rhode are satisfied.
a Mr. William Dillia.d, while on his
D way home from Newberry, near Jalapa,
fell off his wagon as one wheel sudden
ly fell into a deep mud hole. The wheel
ran over him, breaking an arm and in
a flicting other injuries. The arm was
- properly treated by Dr. R. P. Clark,
e assisted by Drs. Thos. Weir and J. W.
, Will not the Commissioners have our
- road worked, as it has not been worked
in a year.
1 As the bird law is out, Snib and Sligh
1 are making the birds fly.* I think they
I should remember the editor, as partridge
is next to chicken.
I Jesse Clarey, while riding on a wagon,
1. had an epileptic fit, and the wheel ran
a over him, inflicting injuries. Dr. J.
W. Folk was called, and being prompt,
i soon gave relief to the injured man.
B *The gentlemen above alluded to,
- having an established reputation as
birdists, requests. us to say that if
' "Jalapa" would convey the impression
that they do no more than make the
birds fly, that he is incorrect. They are
- dead shots every time.-E. HERALD.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The weather is cold and bracing.
SAccording to predictions heavy snow
afalls may be looked for this winter.
I Wild ducks have already been no
- ticed flying very low.
Turn down your cabbage heads if
you have any and they will take on
3 A. G. Maybin again fills the editorial
r table-this time it is large turnips. He
will certainly turn out to be a great
sman if he meets with no turn up.
A bale of water packed hay was sold
s here on Wednesday last-the dirty
scamp was a negro.
V Mr. Durham Lovelace has returned
s from his mountain farm and will fight
it out on this line during the winter.
SGeorge Lane's oranges are sweet, and
svarious other goods in the confectionery
'line very nice.
Dr. Barr has left Newberry for At
r lanta, Ga., where he designs making
,his homie. We regret losing so good
and quiet a citizen.
Little Bub, three years old, has an
eye to the beautiful. Walking out the
other night and looking up, said he,
-"ain't the stars butiful." And they
SFrom the sublime to ridiculous-look
out for that car load of hogs. This is
the time promised for them to be here.
SIf anybody has a grey kitten they
will do a great kindness by bringing it
-to this office. Only one wanted.
SParties indebted to this office will
t oblige by settling immediately. A pa
s per cannot be printed without some
SDon't ask for any credit at the HER
ALD Book Store, but come prepared to
pay for what you want.
Orders sent for books or stationery
must be accompanied with the cash.
Bear this in mind.
2Uncle Philip Slighi, one of the best
old men in the County, paid us a visit
on Wednesday. He is eighty-three
-years of age and sows all of his own
wheat, although in feeble health. He
is always in advance with his subscrip
e The matrimonial market holds its
own-every now and then souls are
made happ~y. Invitations printed cheap
p ly at this office.
Pin backs are still triumphant. Pin
it back, mnother, pin it back tight, let
me make a sensation just for to-night.
' The Hook and Ladder Company at a
late meeting barely had a quoru~m.
9 That is not the way to do boys. When
you undertake anything stick to it.
Our butchers are doing first rate now,
only occasionally do they run in any
thing on the Centennial plan. The
best of families are liable to mistakes
though, and we excuse them.
1 W. H. Dickert should be careful and
not fool any one. Fifteen cents pasted
inside the show case on the glass made
a gentleman of color feel bad. He saw
~,it, and thinking it lying around loose,
called for the amount in goobers, then
Sfelt in his pockets for the change which
wasn't there. "Wonder whar dat fif
teen cents gone to," said he, when ac
cidentally looking round with a bright
,smile cast on the case, "dar he is." He
went for it, and the reader will under
L-stand how it was. No doubt Alexan
der had something to do with it.
0 This reminds us that the lamented
Dave Crockett was once heard to say,
K. be sure you are right, then go ahnead,
It is strange how short sighted men
r become when they meet any one to
, whom they are indebted. Do you know
how it is, reader?
r Why don't some one agitate a rail
road from Newberry to Chester, and a
' continuation to Augusta. Such a road
,would double the price of real estate,
.5and twice as many goods would be
Latest improvements in town-a back
B- room to the post office building, and a
s m in, theback of the fiotel Int.j
More turnips-ruta baga and white
varieties-have been left on the table.
They were the offering of .Mr. Mike
Buzhardt. May his shadow never grow
less. If some good friend would now
send in a side of meat we might be able
to survive the stringency.
He had on a pair of patent leather
shoes with 'yaller' stitches, bought at
Phifer's, and anybody could see he didn't
care a button about the price of corn.
If our lady readers want to make
cake without trouble they will surely
buy seedless raisins from W. H. Dick
ert. Alexander will tell you all about
them and various other things.
Mr. Thos. Lane, of Kinard's T. 0.,
was .n town on Saturday, and as smil
ing as a basket of chips. He says the
people about his section are ginning
up, packing up and busting up.
Our Boston friend, Alf. Reeder, ex
tends an invitation to come up and fat
ten on bacon and collards. We happen
to know, however, that he would serve
us other things beside. Invitation ac
Also one from Jalapa, to take part in
a partridge feast, together with sausage
and back-bones. These appreciative
tokens bring tears to our eyes. and
makes our mouth water.
He got into us a Foot the other night,
and as sure as he keeps on the corner
under the Hotel, we will make him
Foot the bill.
On Friday morning last another fox
of royal dimensions was captured by
the same fortunate party whose names
were mentioned in last HERALD. He
was brought to bay and killed very near
the same spot. We are told by reliable
that five have already been slain by this
Several drummers here last week
have departed in disgust. One, a can
dy man, says Newberry is a sweet town,
but the dealers did not give any orders
Three marriages are reported to come
off this week in this County. If there
are others no report has been made.
We are much indebted to Mr. S. K.
Dick, one of the liveliest cotton buyers
in the town of Newberry.
There will not be a Bill in the town
if things continue as at present. Orders
for thousands of Bill Heads are constant
ly coming in. Orders promptly at
tended to. Don't have your work done
The Laurens mail hack broke down
on Saturday. Col. Peake with his train
picked up the wreck and the mail, and
put them through.
Now that the roads are .getting bad,
the Laurens Rail Road will haul the
cotton which otherwise would be con
veyed by wagon.
Thursday is Thanksgiving day-won
der how many will observe it?
It is perfectly surprising how many
persons there are in this blessed Coun
ty who don't know that there is a book
and stationery store in connection with
he HERALD office, and that in it is a
ood stock of articles in the above line.
He wanted to split the difference on
a Hymn book-the price of which was
inety cents-by offering sixty. His
liberality made no impression, except
o show the demoralizing effect of the
The auction house in Amisoka has
rown to be an institution.
A very cosey place is the little re
reat in rear of W. H. Dickert's confec
ionery, and there the wants of the in
er man can be supplied in the most
stisfactory manner, whether that want
be fish, flesh or fowl. A dish of his
ried oysters will put a man in good
hmor ever so long. When you enter
rive the wink to Alexander, he has the
ack of making souls happy. Try him
ad you will find out how it is.
Few are aware of the imptrtance of check
ug a cough or common cold in its first stage.
Lhat which in the beginning would yield to
mild remedy, if neglected, soon preys upon
the Lungs. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup affords
nstant relief. Price, 25 cents.
NEwBERRT, November 23.-Our market
loses at 12 cents, with a buoyant .,tendency;
upply and demand good.e-93
B ales shi pped dur'ng week93
In our report last week the number of bales
hipped was incorrect-instead of 639 it
hould have been ?'39.
CoOs Ia,.r, S. C., November 22.-Cotton
teady-middling 12ta12i; sales 10.3 bales.
AueUsrA, November 22.-Cotton frm with
ood demand for higher grades-middling
CHARLES:ON, November 22.-Cotton de
nand good-middling 121.
BAL.IMoas, November 22.-Cotton firm
L-VaarOOL, November 22.-Cotton firm
niddlibg uplands 61; middling Orleans
NEw YoRK, November 29.-Cotton quiet;
sales 1,202, at 13 '7-16a131. Gold st aady, at
EVEIIIY MTEAI MLL
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.
'he Machincery is in good running order,
onsisting of TIIREE SETTS OF ROCKS,
two for Wheat and one for Corn, (all
Burr's,) CIRCULAR SAW MILL, COTTON
GIN and PRESS, also about 90 ACRES OF
AND belonging to said Mills. Any one
wishing to purchase such property would do
welt to call and examine for themselves.
If not disposed of by private sale before
Saleday in December next, will be sold at
public auction before the Court House at
Newberry. JOHN P. AULL,
Nov. 10, 45-3t. Pres't.
CLINTON, S. C.
I WILL SELL at private sale, until the
15th day of December next, and if not so
sold before, at public sale on that day,
lwentyone unoccupied Building Lots in
the town of Clinton, Laurens County, S. C.,
belonging to the Estate of Thomnas Craig,
deceased. A plat of the Lots may be found
at the store of M. S. Bailey, in that place.
Persons desiring to buy n, iil find me at my
residence at Tylersville, in said County.
Creditors of the Estate of Thomas Craig,
dec'd., will present their demands to me on
or before the 15th December next, and
those indebted will save cost by making
early payment. S 3. CRAIG,
Nov. 10, 45--St. Executor.
5,000 lbs. WHEAT BRAN, for sale at
Nov 10 45-tf. HARMON'S.
THE LIRGEST IND BEST
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'
F11R NIS H1ONN9 9 0 D S
EVER EXHIBITED 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,
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
WRIGHT & COPPOCkl
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
JNO. SCOTT & CO,
11w CLTEN 1HUSE
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
C LO T HING
GENTS' FURNSHING GOODS,
In styles and priNes to suit the times.
Cutting and Making Suits to
The public most respectfully invited to
examine our Stock. Sep. 29, 39-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Daniel J. Haltiwanger, as the Adm'r., &c.,
of John G. Haltiwanger, deceased, Plain
Simeon Miller, Caroline Lever, John J.
Haltiwanger, A. W. Haltiwanger, J. B.
Sondley and C. H. Sondley, as Executors,
Petition to Sell Land to Aid Personalty in
Payment of Debts.
Pursuant to'the decretal order of the
lHon. Jas. C. Leahy, as Probate Judge, I
will sell, at Newberry 0. H., S. C.,
On the First .Monday in December
all that Tract and Plantation of Land, own.
ed by John G. Haltiwanger, deceased, at
his death, situate in the Connty and State
aforesaid, and bounded by lands of John
R. Sondley, B. Counts and others.
TERMS-One-third cash, the balance on
a credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, secured by the bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the prem
ises. J. J. CA RRINGTON, S. N. C.
November 16, 1875-46-st. j12
Sherif''s Sale---1Real Estate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE. PROBATE COURT.
H. C. Moses, Adm'r.,
W. H. Eddy.
Petition for Sale of Land.
By virtue of an order to me directed, in
the above stated case, I will sell, at public
auction, fpr cash,
On Monday, December 6, 1875,
The following Real Estate situate in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Chesley Davis, William Davis and William
Bishop, the same being the Real Estate of
which James Lofton died seized and pos
Purchaser to pay for papers. .
JOHN J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Nov. 10, 45-St. 1'9
STATE OF SOUTH 'CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
J. H. Sligh and S. Y. Stribling, exe'rs etc.
of David Sligh, deceased, plaintiffs,
Lucy A Suber, adm'x, etc., of M. W. Suber.
deceased, et al., defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Probate
Judge of said County, to me directed, in
,he above stated action, I wvill sell at pub
lic outcry at Newberry C. H., S. C., on Sale
day, the 6th day of December, 1875, that
tract of land of M. W. Suber, deceased, sit
uate in said county and State, containing
FOUR HUNDRED and SIXTY-SIX ACRES
more or less, and bounded -by lands of es
tate of Jacob Sligh, deceased, Dolly Hun
ter, Dr. William Williams, John M..Glymph,
Terms of sale: One third of purchase
money to be paid in cash, balance to be
paid at twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, and secured by bond and mort
gage of the premises. Purchaser to pay
J. J. CARRINGTON, S.N.C.
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt,
trespass or travel on the lands of the under
signed proprietors. All offenders will be
H. S. N. Crosson, Posey Glenn, P. W. Wil
lingham, John D. Glenn, David Wicker,
Watland Smith, Mrs. Ann Rhodes, Mrs. R.
Oxner, T. B. Kennerly, Mrs. Elizabeth
Sligh, Hillary Suber, Edward Kennerly,
Mrs. Texana Cannon, Scott McKee, R. C.
Carlisle, Mrs. Casey Campbell. G. WV.
Glenn, J. S. Renwick, M. A. Carlisle.
Newberry, S. C., Nov.16, 1875. 46-4t.
Notice to Trespassers.
The subscriber hereby gives notice that
any person found trespassing on his land,
known as Enoree plantation, whether for
hunting or any other purpose, will be prose
nted to the full extent of the law. Take
warning and be governed accordingly.
'Nov 9,187., 4O3L' R. C. SONIDLEY.
Dry Goods, Groceries, S
Have in store their
PILL AND WINTER STOU
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is larg<
and has been selected with great care.
The ladie.a are invited to examine oui
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 Catlery,
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
At,d many other articles which it is need
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Sep. 22, 38-tf.
J, U, WISON & 0,
Of all kinds, such as
ugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bncon, Choice Hams,
Flour, Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and Yarns,
BA5OING AND TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRO
C)ERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP
Oct. 15, 41-1y.
IRO8, F. RMON
Would respectfully inform his friends
nd the public generally, th1at he has just
returned from New York and Baltimore,
where he has, with great care, purchased a
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK 01
BOOTS and SHOES,
And many other goo-Is kept in his line.
Come one and all and examine for your.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage
have heretofore received, I hope by strict
attention to business to continue to merii
the same. My motto is "Quick Sales and
THOS. F. HARMON
Sep. 15, 37-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By virtue of the power and authority in
e vested by a mortgage thereof, duly ex
cuted and delivered to me, by Chloe S.
Wells, on the first day of March, A.D.18714,
to secure the payment of certain indebted.
ness described in said mortgage, I- will sell
at public auction, at Newberry Court House,
on the 6th day of December, A.D. 1875,
the following real estate of the said Chloe
S. Wells, to wit:
All that tract of land situate in said
County and State, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX
ACRES, more or less,
and bounded by lands of Julius B. Smith,
nd others, by Gauntt street and public
road leading to Langford's mill on Bush
To be sold in three separate tracts and
plat to be exhibited.
Termq of Sale to be made known.
Nov 8 45 St t12 R. H. WRIGHT.
otice of Final Settlement.
I will make final settlement on the Estate
f Andrew Kinard, deceased, in the ProbatE
office of Newberry County, on the eighth
day of December, 1875, and apply for final
discharge as Executor of said deceased.
J. B. LIVINGSTON,
Nov. 3, 44-5ty Executor.
Positive notice is hereby given, that if
any person ce persons are found tresspass
ing on my farm or about my premises day
r night from this date, that they will be
dealt with to the utmost limit of the law.
Sept. 29, 39-2m. J. J. AMICK.
THE COTTAGE on Adams street, at
present occupied by Mrs. S. Boyle. Pos.
session given 1st January, 1876.
For terms apply to undersigned at Law~
Office of Jones, Jones & Mower.
GEO. S. MOWER.
Oct. 21, 43-tf.
A Great Invention.
SOMETHING TO SAVE MONEY. Clar
son's celebrated Patent Metallic Iron Shoe
Soles and Heels. One pair Shoes or Booth
with these will last as long as five without
them. Come one and all and see and try
them. For sale at
Nov. 10, 45-tf. HARMON'S.
HAVING wade a settlement in the Pro
bate Court with Bascom B. Hair, (ward,)
will apply for a final discharge to said
Court on the 9th day of December next.
P. E. WISE,
Guardian of B. B. Hair.
ov. 6, 1814-5.
Dry Goods, Groceries, -e.
JONES DIVIS &
succEss S TO *-C. sVMM & Co.,
.A=D DEAU LESM
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Etc.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The attention of purchasers in every part
of this State is called to consider a very im
port-nt fact, namely, that the old estab
lished house of R. C. SHIVER & CO., is
rot 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 with them that was such a distinguished
feature with the house of R. C. SAivEE & 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
SAMPLES OF T;SE NEW AND HAD
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 61c. Prints in the city.
Long Cloths 8J, 10, 12-Jc. 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 maniaged
Carpet 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 Shanl Expect an Order from You or a Call
When You Visit0Oar City.
D. JONEs. c. BoURNIGET.
3. H. DAVIS. E. s. BOUKNIGHT.
Sep. 29, 39-3m.
Prices to Suit the Times!
The citizens of Newberry and surround
ing Counties, are respectfully invited to
call at the store of
Where Bargains May Be Had
Of All Qualities and Varieties.
Gentlemen's and Youths'
Fine and common.
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, 84-tf.