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Special and. Local.
INDEX TO Nzw ADvERTIszxENT.
S. N. Reid-Notice.
H. C. Moses-Notice,
J. C. Leaby-Citations.
J. H. Shell-Notice of Sale.
S. F. Fant-Pratt's Astral Oil.
W. H. Dickert-Holiday Goods.
P. P. Toale-Prepare for Winter.
W. A. Kinard-Cbristmas Goods.
Foster Blodgett-Sale of Stock, &c.
John F. Speck-Christmas Presents.
Herald Book Store-Holiday Presents.
Frazk Leslie's Illustrated Publications.
Geo. G. Lane & Co.-Cbristmas Goods.
Perry & Slawson-Cigars and Tobacco.
Jacob Singley and Joseph Wyse-Notice.
Kingsland & Heath-Glassware, Crockery,
ji- IF YOU WANT A NICE
CHRISTMAS PRESENT for your
wieaughter, husband, brother,
sister, or somebody else's sister,
be sure and call at John F. Speck's.
SfTHE HERALD BOOK STORE
FOR THE HOLIDAYS I
AW Large lot of Albums and beautiful Chro
mos, at Herald Book Store.
A Toy Books for children, at from 5 cents
to $1,50 at Herald Book Store.
W Picture Books and Games for little~folks
at Herald Book Store.
sr Game of Authors, QuotatLions, Conver
sation Cards, at Herald Book store,
A. kinds of Stationeiy-paper, pens,
ink, pencils, &c., at Herald Book Store.
AW Pretty Story Books, for presents, at the
Herald Book Store.
W Note papers in variety, in boxes, envel
opes to match, at Herald Book Store.
m Cultivate a pure taste in your child by
buying a good book or fascinating
-game at Herald Book Store.
W Chatterbox and Little Folks. the best
books out, at Herald Book Store.
A& DONT RUN ALL OVER
town through the mud hunting
Cbristmas Presents, when you can
find such a large stock to select
i from-at John F. Speck's.
UlnR -THE COLUMBIA-Attention
is so often called to that model estab
lishment under the Columbia Hotel,
Columbia, S. C.. that the readers of the
HEA are by this time pretty well
posted in regard to what Messrs. Kings
land& Heath, the proprietors, can do
in their line. It is right, though, and
in the line of business, to keep the fact
before the people, that in China, Glass
wair, Crockery, Fancy Goods, and] a
thousand and one Housekeeping arti
cles,. they cannot be excelled either as
to variety and excellence or in prices.
As-everybody wants something at this
season, our advice is to try them. 50-tf
SO IF YOU WANT TO SEE
something nice, call at John F.
Spiek's, -and you will not regret
your visit. Ladies are particular
ly invited to call. No charge for
looking. __ ___
PREPARE FOR WINTER. .
Doii't let the cold winds of winter find
your windows without sashes, or good whole
doors, but have them fittd at once from-the
manufactory of Mr. P. P. TOALE, whose ad
'rertisement is in another column.
He-s also sole agent for the "National
atMxe Paint Co.," who warrant their paint
otto cracle, peel or fade. Any one can
apply it. . S-tf.
Wig WHAT IS THE USE FOR
you to throw away your money
on worthless Christmas Presents,
when you can get something good
and serviceable at John F. Speck's.
THE Pxu.cE.-The holidays approach
andfmen are looking out for the best
-place to ge~t the best things to make
them comfortable, and to solace them
after the perplexities of business. The
greatest solace to the smoker is a good
segar, and to the chewer a cut of fine
tobacco. The stringency in the times
too make it necessary to get the most
andthe best for the least money. Un
der these circumstances we take pleas
ure in recommending Messrs. Perry &
Slawson to the highest consideration.
and their elegant and well filled store
as the place where a large amount of
satisfaction can be obtained. We affec
tinately commend them to all who in
dulge in the solacing weed.. 50-tf
~IHE PEARL OF SONG,
IS COMING SOON.
Also, a large stock of Jewelry, Silver
Ware, fine Toilet Setts, Vases, Silver
and China Tea Setts, fine Pocket and
Table Cutlery, large stock of Pistols
and Cartridges, and thousands of other
things suitable for Christmas, Birthday
and Bridal Presents.
All of which will be sold cheap for
cash only, by
49-tf. - JOHN F. SPECK.
Subscriptions received at this office for
Harper's and Leslie's Illustrated papers,
(weekly and monthly), Scientific American,
Southern Cultivator, Eural Carolinian,TYoung
Folks' Gem. &c.
Illustrated nublications for sale by the sin
gle copy at ttlis office. 49-tf.
I hope that every one who is indebted
to me will come forward at once and
pay up, and not put me to the trouble
to go to their houses to collect it.- I
have worked fatithfully for them, and
have waited patiently with them.
Dec. 1,48-2m. P. B. RUFF.
TuoMPsos, Dentiet, over Phifer's Store.
SA GE N CY F OR W-A-R-D-'-S
S-H-I-ER-T-S at P H IFERE' S H OE
AND CLOTHING STORE. MEA
SURES TAKEN. FITS GUARANTEED at
$250 E ACH. 44-tf.
The Piedmont and Arlington Life Insurance
of Virginia, continues to prosper despite the
serious financial embarrassments that have
oppressed the people of the Sout'hern States
during the past few years. Our people are
becoming educated to the idea that by life
insurance a head of a family can most cer
tainly provide for the probable necessities of
his family; by the liberal terms of policy in
the Piedmont and Arlington, if one should
fail-after paying premiums for several years
-he would be entitled to a paid up policy
without extra pay, generally equal in amoun t
to the payments made.
In the competition for business many liberal
improvements have been adopted by the
.everal companies canvassing for business,
but not one offers superior advantages to
those guarantee'd under a policy of this
staunch Virginia Corporation. 48-e.o.w.
Ow Sr,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
ATTENTION iS called to sale of Horses,
Mules, Corn, &c., advertised for Mon- wl
day, 27th, by Mr. Foster Blodgett. col
Sale positive and bargains are to be had. oul
CHANGE OF SCHEDUiE.-The sched- cal
ules on the G. & C. Rail Road werel, the
changed on Monday last. Up passen-i ori
ger train arriving here at 10.30, and for
down train at 2.35. of
AGAIN.-Our mention that the work sid
on the Laurens Raiload was completed It
to within about four miles of Laurens
was incorrect. The workmen being w4
still this side of Clinton-where for the Ou
last week they have been in a mud hole. Eo
W. H. DICKERT presents his Christ- sa
mas card to the public and makes an- thn
nouncement that he is prepared to suit Ba
all wants in his line of business, and mc
the best of it is that his prices are low ag<
down to suit the times. Give him a
TiE SAMNE O1. PLAcE.-Mr. W. A. we
Kinard, in this issue, makes pleasant hol
mention that he is in receipt of his holi- W<
day goods, which he has commenced to be
sell cheap for cash. He has some of i
the nicest things out in the sweet line, dai
besides sabstantials, and is determined coi
to please. Don't forget the place, the
old and familiar "Baltimore Corner." vis
CAPT. J. F. SPECK will make such ne,
a display of beautiful fancy goods du
ring the holidays as never was seen in
Newberry since Adam was a boy. With les
the goods now in store and those still On
to come, his stock will he unusually ri,
large and brilliant, and those seeking a
pretty and serviceable presents are ad- for
vised to call. ad)
At a regular Communication of Amity a g
Lodge held Monday night, 6th instant, An
the following officers were elected: tic
H. C. Moses, W. M. iI
W. T. Tarrant, S. W. wr
J. 0. Peoples, J. W. ml
A. G. Mavbin, Treasurer. are
J. E. Chapman, Secretary. bu;
A FINE DISPLAY.-The stock exhib- siz<
ited by Messrs. Geo. Lane & Co.. in var
Confectione-y, Fruits, Canned Goods, rou
&c,, is unusually large, and the sight of exI
the well-filled shelves is a refreshing anc
one. They are certainly prepared for nes
the holidays, and can supply every de- poi
mand in their line which cAn be made AB
on them. They will in a few days make
such a display of Toys as will run all
the youngsters in the land wild. Sal
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE from cle
Dec. 6, to Dec. 13: .
Levi E. Folk to Charlton B. Counts, the
100 acres, $100.
D. A. Dickert and Mary C. Dickert dui
to Alice A. Fulmer, wife of W. W. Ful
mer, 70 acres, $1,000.
J. J. Carrington, Sheriff, to Richard 2
Clark, 466 acres, $3,685. doE
James 0. Meredith to Ezekiel P. un
Mathews, 283 acres, $2,830. I
Benjamin M. Boozer to Mary C. Tay- the
]or, 50 acres, $313.22. ga
THE JAPS.-Temperance Hall was ble
not crowded on Tuesday night last, but
the turn out was good, considering the rCe
weather, and there was not a man, wo
man or child who did not show ths atta
highest appreciation of the truly won- act
derful performance. Owing to the want I
of room on the stage and the low ceil- anc
ing, several of the best things on the the
programme were omitted, to the regret Thb
of all, What was performed, however, 3
was better than anything .of its kind sto
ever witnessed in Newberry. The law anc
of gravitation was indeed set at defiance too
by these sharp eyed, quick handed and
apparently boneless strangers. ble
LET THE PEoPLEF KNow.-The Christ- get
mas holidays approach, and our mer- M
chants being wide-awake men have no i
doubt prepared extensively to supply mo
the thousand and one wants of this fori
festive and generous occasion. As it wo
only comes once a year, money is spent ma
freely, and it behooves our merchants ~
to let the people know what they have Ru;
on hand. To make botn ends meet. reo
that is, to accommodate merchants and tiel
public both, we throw open our columns coc
for any and all advertisements which old
may be brought. Some have ahecady
come in, and we invite the reader to
look over the paper and see who has toy
good and seasonable articles. sh
CLARA WILDMAN COMIPAY.-ThiS -Ii
favorite Comedy Company, largely in-ti
creased since last winter, will make a
first appearance here this season on Ithe
Wednesday evening at Temperance Ifro
Hall, on which occasion will be pre- sui
sented "Married and Divorced," wvith on
the Musical Extravaganza, "Our Prima If
Donna." We feel assured that Miss Clara, (
Mr. Wildman, and the Company gen- wil
erally, will have no reason to complain an<
of their reception. The plays selcted gle
for the opening night are good, and the h:ui
treat which is now offered after so long Thi
an interregnum will be highly appre- we
cated. The management announces a (
stay of six nights and perhaps more. w
Reserved seats to be had at Speck's- tie
EFFECTS OF EDUCATIO.-One of the vis
bligting effects of "book larning" wvas thia
shown in our town on Friday. Four hat
negroes each sold cotton to Mr. T. F.
Harmon, two of them were either not dei
tinctured with the prevailing epidemic, dor
rascality, or knew nothing about the u
three R's, especially the one relating to m
figures. The other two, however, were
more advanced, and on receiving their va
cotton tickets with the weights, changedva
the first figure of their bales from 4 to
5, and presenting them, received payw
for 500 lbs. instead of 400. As soon as on4
it was discovered, Harmon went for fro
them, and found one, who paid $20 to lac
get out of the scrape, and was "berry inc
tankful for dat." The other put out, qu
but sent up his donation just as the sun
declined, and to the same amount. Both H E
realize now that honesty is the best thi
policy. We advise our cotton buyers we
before paying hereafter to examine Ch
tickets closely. fro
FRai LESLIE, at his Mammoth Publish
ig House, 537 Pearl Street, New York, is
sues seventeen beautifully il lustrated news-.
papers and magazines. Mr. Leslie was the ing
first in the United States to undertake the Th
publication of a weekly illustrated newspa- wa
per and to him belongs the honor of being fer
the publisher of "The Oldest illustratedth
Newspaper in America." The person who
secures the agency for these publications for me
this vicinity, and will give our citizens an wil
oppornity of inspecting the several issues 1
and copies of the eight magnificeut chromos
the choice from which is given with a sub- i
scription to either of the illustrated weeklies, ani
will have a handsome and profitable business. Sp:
These papers are well known, and sell readily mc
from 10 to 15 cents on newstands, and are Tih
now first offered through agents to annual
subscribers, with a valuable chromo which, w~
to all lovers of art, is alone worth more than ly
the subscription price. An annual subscri- so
ber to the Illustrated Newspaper receives du- ne
ring the year over 832 newspaper pages.
Folded to the size of a large octavo book,
the subscriber would have 3,228 pages, equal
to seven octavo books of ordinary size, say of*
460 pages each, and one-half of these pages to~
would contain fine engravings, and for the
centennial year will make the most accurate
and valuable illustrated liistory of the Na
tional Jubilee published. We advise our Re
readers, after they have subscribed to the lt
Newbrry HEaALD, to secure one of Frank
Leslie's illustrated periodicals, and with it
t hea onm% cr-hmmn
5AD ACCIDFNT.-James Alewine,
ite lad about 14 years old, with
ored bov, Calvin Henderson, wen
shooting on Saturday last. Througl
foulness of the gun the ramrod be
ne fast while loading, and while ii
hands of Calvin, who was endeav
ng to get it out, the gun discharged
eing the ramrod through the stomaci
young Alewine from left to rig
e, from which he died on SundaN
ippears that the deceased had cocke
gun previous to its dischaige an
s assisting his companion in gettin,
the rod, and was told by the latte
let it alone. The Coroner, J. 1
:helberger, who gave us the facts
-s that Alewine declared earnestl
t it was not Calvin's fault. Dr. L. E
Les was called in, but could do n
re than alleviate the dying boy'
>ies by opiates.
immer put in an appearance las
ek, Mr. McKellar of the stationer
ise of Edward Perry, of Charleston
regret to say he found the stationer;
tmong the visitors to town on Mon
r we were pleased to notice 3.r. Jq
o Singley, of Prosperity.
,o]. Pe4ke, of the Laurens Railroad
Ited us Thursday last, He was o1
way to Charleston on official busi
Jr. Francis Tryon, travelling for th
)ular house of P. P. Toale, of Char
:on, favored us with a visit last week
e of his objects is to sell the Count;
ht for Pettierew's famous Hand Plow
I whoever buys it will realize a littl<
tune if the sale is pushed properly an<
ertised in the HERALD. Another an<
reater object is to introduce the Grea
erican Fire Extinguisher to the no
of the Newberry merchants. As i
nderstood that the various Under
ters reduce the rates of insuranc
terialiy where these Extinguisher
kept, it is to the interest of ou
iness men to procure them. Thes
inguishers are of various kinds an<
s, and adapted to all uses. The ad
ttage presented in them are nume
s, as Mr. Trvon has no doubt alread:
>lained to tie business community
I we feel it our duty to urge an ear
t consideration of a matter so im
)UT THE ToWN AND COUNTY.
t rained, hailed and thundered oz
urday night last, and for the firs
e in five weeks the Sabbath wa,
ir. The day was charming.
he sun shined out on Thursday, an'
sight was refreshing.
'his minds us that the street shiner!
ing the late slop drove a fine busi
s in cleaning boots.
L man always on time-and whi
s everything nice and well that hi
lertakes-Mr. J. J. Amick.
)r. S. F. Fant is happily able to sel
celebrated Astral Oil at 50 cents i
Nverybody is wild now. The adora
Clara Wildman is in town and wil
iain for a time.
he little brown jug of the elder Jai
-acted lively attention. It seeme<
ially to be imbued with a spirit.
politeness costs no man anything
I yet some men are so niggardly tha
y withhold the commonest civilities
ay don't know any better.
lFall & Pool,have the most elegan
::k of goods for ladies, gentleme:
I youth in the country. Go and see
,if they don't sell cheap.
he Laurens train took up a valua
cargo on Thursday, both in passen
s and freight, and conductor Jas. O
redith was all smiles.
hen a man to whom you len<
ney says he will be indebted to yoi
ver, you may believe him. He
Lld not tell a lie for such a smnai
)n the recommendation of Sol Snmitl
sell, we have tried "goose"-ant
ret to say that it was a trial of pa'
ice. Two days were required ti
k it tender. No doubt the bird wva
rs. Somebody with a book was il
n last week. If industry and per
erance will accomplish anything
will certainly succeed. We fee
~hted1 at not receiving a visit or get
a chance to buy a book.
dr. Martin Harris deserves credit fo
substantial granite pavement is
t of his establishment. It is muel
crior to the old zig zag affair furthe
He intends to continue the walk
o one else does we give him credit
)r streets again present a familia
iter aspect. Mud is everywhere
I there is so much of it that the sin
mule and cart of Council canno
il sand enough for the crossings
e best is being done, however, an<
take to the slosh like a mud turtle.
Thristmas is one week nearer thal
en ve last alluded to it, and the lit
ones are that much nearer to thi
)d things they are to receive. W<
h them ever so much luck, and tras
t old Kis may not withhold hi
)ickert and his lieutenant, Alexan
, though they do not show vast ab
ninal proportions, carry big heart
ler their vests, and guarantee t<
ke good all of their promises in feed
the hungry and in supplying thi
-ous wants of mammas and children
t man sometimes gets into a mes:
en e least expects it. We got int
Son Saturday night, which cami
i the store of Mr. Durham Love
e. It was a nice mess too, very fini
eed, and if anybody is curious an in
ry at the store will satisfy.
L tremendous yell in front of the
rn.u office on Friday, induced us t<
ak that all the merchants in tow:
r rushing to our office to advertisi
ristmas goods. Alas it was only a:
ortunate rabbit which had escape<
an impecunious darkey.
['he scene at the market house o;
dnesday morning last was distress
:ly blue. Every window was closed
e cheerful rip of the butchers sav
s silent, no fat slabs of beef were of
d, and baskets and tin pans carrie<
re empty were taken back in same
lancoly condition. Noewberry wen
hout meat that day. Deplorable.
It is a pity, but we are forced to be
e that Mr. Lathaum has backed dowl
I taken water. lie gives notice ii
rtanburg that he cannot furnish an,
re ogs for less than nine cents
is is in keeping with the true "in
rdness" of the times, but unfortunate
loes not agree with the inwardnes
far as relates to sausage. We wvil
er swear by Latham again.
['ho HERALD Book Store is now fu
School Books fresh from publishers
;ether with all kinds of Stationery.
1--tf. ______ __
Iarion, Batavia, and Revere doubl
pp Papeteries, Excelsior, Belle, Gai
Ld, Auburndale, Arlington, and Bell
lene Papeteries and Initial papers
;i rLn)RBok Stoe 41-t
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is particularly re
commended for children. It cures Coughs.
Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, and Whooping
t Cough. Is pleasant to the taste and acts
I like a charm. Pt ice, 25 cents.
2 List of Letters remaining in the Post Office
- at Newberry, S. C.:
Martha Adams, John Agabagier, H. Bailey,
Chelsia Boozer, Lucinda Brooks, Alick Byrd,
Jas. L. Coleman. J. H. Coleman, Robt Counts,
t Levi B. Davis, Jar, H. Dabron, Smith L. Da
vis, Miss B. Daniels, Capt. Davis, Lewis
Duckett, Nancy Derrick, Eugenia Fellers,
Jno. Glymph, W. Green, Wm. Hays, Jno.
C. Hachtel, Hiram Hurce, Mrs. Eliza Hough,
Thos. Johnson, Lauson Long, .1. J. Long,
r Mrs. L. McClough, Robt Martin, Jas. Mudis,
Francis Marshall, G. P. MeIn ire, L. C. Mc
Crackin, Mrs. Nancy R. Nelson, C. H. Neill,
P. S. Pharr, Lewis Quomton, Sim Rauf. Mat
V tie Reese, Miss Emma F. Stewart, Charity
Stutman, Lige Saterfield, G. J. Smith, W.
D W. Spence, Miss Sallie Smith, Martin Shack,
s J. H. Smith, G. H. Taylor, A. A. Talley,
Lucy Wardsworth, S. F. Wall, R. S. Wil
liams, Wm. H. Whitmire, C. K. Williford,
W. H. Watson, Dr. J. N. Williams, Jno. H.
7 A Valuable Medical Treatise.
The edition for 1876 of the sterling Medical
F Annual, known as Hostetter's Almanac, is
now ready, and may be obtained, free of cost,
of druggists and general country dealers in all
parts of the United States and British Amer
ica. and indeed in every civilized portion of
the Western Hemisphere. It combines, with
the soundest practical advice for the preser
2 vation and restoration of health, a large
- amount of interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calender, astronomical cal
culations, chronological items, &c., are pre
B pared with great care, and will be found
- entire~y accurate. The issue of Hostetter's
Almanac for 1876 will probably be the largest
edition of a medical work ever published in
any country. The proprietors, Messrs. Hos
tetter & Smith, Pittshurg, Pa., on receipt of
3 a two cent stamp, will forward a copy by
I mail to any person who cannot procure one
] in his neighborhood. 48-5t.
t NEwBERRY, December 14.-Market closed
- with a favorable tendency-price ruling at
s 12 cents. Bales shipped during week 614'
LIvERPOOL, December 13.-Cotton active
and tirmer-middling uplands 7; middling
t Orleans 7T.
a NEW YORK, December 13. -Cotton easier;
sales 965, at 13 5-16a131. Gold dull at 1.14*a
BALTIMORE, December 13.-Cotton firm
F CHARLESTON, December 13.-Cotton quiet
,-midldling 12ja12 15-16.
- AUGUSTA, December 13.-Cotton quiet
- and demand moderate-middling 121.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By virtue of the power and authority in
me vested by a mortgage thereof, duly ex
ecuted and delivered to me, by Chloe S.
5 Wells, on the first day of March, A. D. 1874,
- to secure the payment of certain indebted
ness described in said mortgage, I will sell,
at public auction, at Newberry Court House,
on the 3d day of January, A. D. 1876, the
following Real Estate of the said Chloe S.
I All that tract of land situate in said
i County and State, containipg
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX
- ACRES more or less,
3nd bounded by lands of Julius B. Smith,
and others, by Gauntt street and public
)road leading to Langford's mill on Bush
To be sold in three separate tracts and
plats to be exhibited.
STERMS OF SALE.-One-half cash ; bal
anice to be paid at twelve months, with in
terest from day 'of sale, and secured by
bond and mortgage of the premises. Pur
t chaser to pay for papers.
1 R. H. WRIGHT.
,Dec. 8, 49-4t.
.are now reorganizing their general agencies.
Energetic men may secure the control of all
'sales in specified territory of a staple arti
cle. A permanent cash business and a mon
opl htmay be made to pay $5,000 per
anmFor particulars address, 'with stamp
i enclosed, G. A. LUMPK!N, President,
Dec 8, 40-2t. 147 Reade Street, New York.
Is hereby given that as the Assignee of
SWilliam C. Chase, I will make distribution
-of the assig'ned assets, and final close of the
Sasinment, on the 7th day of Janu-iry, A.
D. 1876, and that all the creditors of said
sEstate must render to me, or my Attorneys,
Messrs. Moorman & Schnpert, on or be
1 fore that day, their demaids, duly attested,
- or I will not be liable to make good the
,same. A. G. MAYBIN,
1 Dec. 7, 1875-49-4t Assignee.
SDo you want a good TWO or FOUR
1 HOlSE WAGON ? If so, write to HOW
1 ELL & MORGAN, Laurel Fork, Buncombe
r County, N. C., for particulars.
.Dec. 8, 49-St*
Real Estate Sale.
- By order of the Probate Judge, I will
jOn Tuesday, the 21st .Day of .De
1at the late residence (near Bull Street) of
-Bolton Counts, deceased, the following
a PERSONAL PROPERTY, belonging to
Ssaid deceased, consisting of
Fifteen Head of Cattle.
- Six Bales of Cotton and
s Cotton Seed.
SA half interest in a Syrup
One C otton Gin.
SHousehold and Kitchen
- Furniture, &c.
-Terms made known on day of sale.
H. H. COUNTS, Adm'r.
Dec. 1, 48-3t.
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
1 By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
IWhereas, 1H. C. Moses. Esq., Clerk of
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
grant him Letters of Administration of the
-Estate and eff'ects of Jno; W. Mangum, de
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said -deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S.
t C., on the 7th day of January next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
-forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
Swhy the said Administration should not be
Sgranted. Given under my Hand, this 1st
day ot December, Anno Domini, 1875.
JA MES C. LEA HY, J. r. rN. c.
Dec. 8, 49-4t.
.1 RED RUST PROOF OATS, 890 cts. per
WHITE OATS, 75 ets. per bushel.
.1 A large lot CORN on hand and for sale,
- at 81.20 per bushel, at
Nov. 10, 45-tf. HARM ON'S.
e Plow Iron and Steel.
'-A larg ot of PLOW IRON and STEEL,
e just arrived.
tt IAt HARMON'S.
f.ar, 1in -
A GOOD CARRIAGE
FARMER'S COOKING STOVE.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Apply to Z. L. WHITE.
Dec. 8. 49-3*.
My wife, Ann Gary, having left my bed
and board, all persons are hereby forbidden
to hire, harbor or give aid or comfort to
her in any wanner whatever, as I will pros
ecute any person so doing. And, further,
I will not be responible for any debts she
mray contract. WILLIAM GARY.
Dec. 6, 1875-49-3t*.
ILL AND GET ONE
OF THE FOLLOWIN~G
FRANK LESLIE'S WEEKLY.
AT THE NEWBERRY HERALD
Dec. 1, 48-tf, BOOK STORE.
FOUR M'k'E HOU E
The oldest .Merchant in the County
advertises in the Herald and finds
I respectfully inform my friends and the
public generally, that I have in store
A. LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
embracing every kind of article kept in a
first class store, and AT PRICES TO SUIT
THE TIMES. Bargains can be had as I
am determined to give satisfaction to my
customers, and sell lower than any other
merchant in the County. I see that the
merchants of the city of Newberry, held a
meeting and resolved to sell standard printq
at 10 cents, and it is said and believed by
people generally, that the merchants of
Newberry city sell cheaper than in any
other city this side of New York, except
the FOUR MILE HOUSE, therefore to
carry this out I must sell standard prints at
9j ets., and other articles in proportion.
JOHN P. KINIaRD
Dec. 1, 48--tf.
SEEING I8 BELIEVING!
CHEAP FOR CASH !
J. B. LEONAR & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tobacco and Segars,
Respectfully calls attention to his very
large stock in the above line, as also in
Wines and Liquors,
Of all grades, and warranted pure.
All ot which will be sold
LOW FOR CASH.
A long experience In this business, and
the large and varied stock on hand war-1
rants us in guaranteeing satisfaction. An
examination is asked.
J. B. LEONARD & CO.
Dec. 1, 48 -3m.
Is hereby given that on the fifth day of
January, A. D. 1876, I will apply to the
Probate Court of Newberry County, S. C.,
for finial discharge as administrator of the
Estate of Mitchel S. Suber, decensed.
THOMAS S. MOORMAN,
24th Nov., 1875-48-4t..
A Great Invention.
SOMET HING TO SAVE MONEY. Clar
son's celebrated Patent Metallic Iron Shoe
Soles and Heels. One pair Shoes or Boots
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. H ARMON'S.
Notice for Final Discharge.
I hereby give notice that I will apply to
the Probate Court for Newberry County,
fr a final discharge as surviving Adminis
trator of Dr. R. B. Worthington, deceased,
on Wednesday, the 5th day of January
next. JAMES W. WILLIAMS,
Nov. 30, 1875-48-5t.
5,000 lbs. WHEAT BRAN, for sale at
Nov. 10, 45-tf. HARMON'S.
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 15TH SEPT.
A. P. PJFER, A.M., Principsal,
WITH COMPETENT ASSISTANTS.
The advantages afforded by this institu
tion for a thorouigh and complete edea
tion, are second to no other in the State,
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50
in advance, or on satislactory securities.
Boarding in private families at moderate
For further particulars enquire of the
Secretary of the Board, Mr. S. P. Boozer,
or of A. P. PIFER,
Aug 18, 33-tf. Principal.
All persons are forbidden to fish or hunt
or otherwise trespass upon the lands be
longing to either of the undersigned.
THOS. W. HOLLOWAY,
.J. A. CANNON,
W. P. CANNON,
J. WESLY FOLK,
JOEL A. BERLY, M. D.
Dec. 1, 48-1m.
N. 0. Molasses.
FINE N. 0. MOLASSES, New Crop, $1
per Gallon. Just received and in store, at
No. , 45-_f. HARMON'S.
PHE LARGEST IND BES
AND GENTS' AND YOUTHS'
UY/R NIS 11NI 9 0 D J
EVER EXHIBITED IN NEWBERRY.
DRESS SUITS of finest qualities, at price
n accordance with the times.
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and al
BOYS' SUITS, $5 to $10.
all kinds and qualities.
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS
BROGANS A SPECIALTY,
3esides every other article kept in a firs
class Clothing House.
[EEP'S CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS
$16 PER DOZEN.
Examination of goods and prices solicit
WRIGl & COPPOCK1
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
JNO, SCOTT & CO.
11w CLOTEN HOIS11
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
C LOT ING
REARS' RISHING GOODS
In styles and prices to suit the times.
Dutting and Making Suits t(
The public most respectfully invited ti
mamine our Stock. Sep. 29, 39-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
BIERCKIS & DIVIS'
uVw Jgilay 'iToDI
Corner Richardson and Taylor Streets,
COL UMBIA, S. C.
Now open a lull and splendid assortmen
[EWELEY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVE]
AND PLATED WABE, SPECTACLES,
FANCY ARTICLES, GUNS, PISTOLS,
CANES, SPORTEEN'S GOODS, &c.
The proprietors are well known, and har
n expriecof many years In the bus
EWEL RY BUSINESS on his own accon
.n this city for mny yeraspast. Mr. Dav
mopular house of Radcliffe & Co. ,and for the
ast four and a half years in the employ o
e respectfully invite our old friends and
istomers and the public to call and inspec
AHSto eoCLOCKS and JEWELRY RE
RAV1G dotheat short notice. Workica
Soe agents for the celebrated SPENCE1
DIMN PCADIEitCKS & DAVIS.
MR. DIERCKS respectfully informs hi
hat he has reoved his GROCERY D
PARTMENT to the rear, where he has one o
:he laWest and best assortments ot FAMILl
3ROCRIES to be found in the city.
Attached to this branch is my RESTAU
EANT, where all kinds of refreshments arn
erved in best styles day and night.
Oct. 20, 42-3m. .G. DIERCKS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF .NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
George A . Langtord ~)
John D. Cash, Adm'rs. IComplaint
arAgainst 'lza for
beth Jane Langford, j Relief.
and others, |
The creditors of Stanmore S. Langford
eceased, are required to render on oatl
Lad establish their respective demands ii
;his Court, on or before the twentieth da;
f December next.
J. C. LEAHY, J. P.
November 26, 1875. 48-3t
All persons are forbidden to trespas:
apon the lands belonging to any one of th<
mdersiged. Y. J. POPE,
SALLIE H. F. POPE,
MARY E. H. POPE.
Nov. 23, 1875. 4'7-1m
Canary ; Birds<
We have an endless variet of these pel
oany part o0f thite d eStates at the mar
)ne air young Birds-good Singers, $3 04
" " older " " " 6 04
Will send either Male or Female, as de
pired. Terms CASH with the order. Wi
tre also agents for the new
ILK FOWLS OF JAPAN.
These birds are covered with long silk3
eastea ofhathers, gen pur ple an
--large as brahmas-Very hardy and grea
ayers, never have Cholera or Gapes an<
tre sold at present for $8 per pair or $10 fo:
Special terms for Parrots, Swans and othel
pet animals on receipt of stamp. Address
by registered letter,)
FRANK LINDSEY & CO., Agents,
Nov. 17, 46-im. HOLSTON, VIRGINIA.
TILLMAN & DAWKINS,
Shavig anod Hair Dression
[)ne Door Below Baitimore Corner, on Adam
Gentlemen guaranteed a clean shave,
neat cut and polite attention.
June 9, 23-tf.
The finest quality of PURE WHIT]
LIME, on hand and for sale at
MAYES & MARTIN'S.
uly 14 28-9. t f
Dry Goods, Groceries, Xc.
B R G aIXS!
TO BE HAD AT
(Next Door to the Bank,)
Where can be found a great many goods
at REDUCED PRICES.
A nice lot of NEW PRINTS, just receiv
ed, at 6tc. per yard.
Good BLEACHED HOMESPUN, a yard
wide, at loc. per yard.
HEAVY -KERSEY, for winter wear, at
12c. per yard.
Nice bed BLANKETS, at $4.00 per pair.
Nice lot BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
'My stock is large and embraces a great
variety of goods, all of which I am deter
mined TO SELL AT PRICES TO SUIT THE
TIMES. Call and be convinced.
All kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE taken
in exchange for goods, at /
Dec. 8, 49-tf.
F. w. & I I CK
Have in store their
PALL AND WINTHR STOI
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected with great care.
The ladie.Q 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,
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
Atd many other articles which it is need
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R. S. CHICE.
Sep. 22, 38-tt.
J. C. E0 & 0O.,
-0O all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Ba'con, Choice Hams, ~
Flour. Lard, Molasses,
FRESH ~MEAL AND GRIST.
-Pickles, Canned Fruit,
* Soap, &c.
f ~ Together wit.h
Sheetings and. Yarns,
BASSINS AN/D 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 trespass
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.
Dec. 8, 49-8t. J. J. AMICK.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Gazette makes the aston
ishing announcement that Cincinnati beer
is no longer pure, but adulterated with mo
lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
poisonous colchicum. The Commissioner
of Agriculture, in his report for 1865, says
that Prof. Mapes, of New York, analyzed
the beer from a dozen different breweries,
and found all of it adulterated. Cocculus
Tdicus an.1 r'ux vomica entered largely in
to its compos.dion.
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees his beer to be
pure and reliable. He does not adulterate
it, but brews from the best barley, malt and
hops. Feb. 4, 5-tf.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. James
C. Leahy, as Judge of Probate for the
County of Newberry, in the State of South
Carolina, notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, as the Executors of the last
Will of Mrs. Martha Young, deceased, will
make a final settlement of our accounts,
and immediately thereafter apply for a final
discharge as said Executors, on Thursday.
the 16th day of December next, in said
Court of Probate.
HENRY S. BOOZER,
DAVID A. CROSSON,
As Execatlors, &c., of Mrs. Martha Young.
Nov. 17, 46-5t.
Is hereby given that as the Assignee and
Agent of the Assigned Estate of Thomas
Cook, we will make distribution of the As
sets of said Estate, and final close of the
Assignment, on the 8th day of January, A.
D. 1876, and that all the creditors of said
Estate must render to us, or our Attorneys,
Messrs. Moorman & Schumpert, on or be
fore that day, their demands, duly attested,
or we shall not be liable to make good the
same. A. G. MAYBIN, Assignee,
R. S. CHICK, Agent.
-Dec. 7, 1875. 49-5t.
Notice to Trespassers.
I hereby forbid any person or persons
from trespassing on my plantatior. either
a for hunting, fishing or any other purpose,
and any one so trespassing will be prose
cuted to the full extent of the law.
ncc 8, 49o... .R. 8. LYLES.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Jc.
JONES, DIVIS &
SUCCEO80S TO E. C. SMVER & Co.,
Carpets, Oil thi MaHings,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Ete.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The at tention of purchasers in every part
of this State is'called to consider a very ino
portint faet, namely, that the old estab
lished house of R. C. SHIVER & CO., W
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 wi the house of R. C. Slaiva & Co.
We have now in store the best selected
Boots, Shoes, a
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 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 Gloths 8t, 10, 121c. None equal
to them in the State.
Well kno.wn brands of Alpacas and Mo
hairs, just imported.
Hosiery Derartment-Fu. 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 coinplete and best managed
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 Visit0Our City.
D. JoNES. C. BOUENIGHT.
. H. DAVIs. E. s. BOUEIGHT.
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 lad
f All Qualities and Varieties.
Gentlemen's and Youths'
Fine and common.
BOL 113, EATS
All of which will be sold
CHEiAP 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-ti.
A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Ties.
Fine N. 0. Molasses.
Sugar House MolaSSes.
P?earl Grist, &c.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aun. 29, R...tf.