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Clara Wildman Troupe.
F. M. Hill & Co.-Pictures.
Wm. F. Naace-Insnrance.
J. J. Carrington-Sieriff's Sale.
G,. &C. R' R.-Change of Schedule.
James Y. Calbreath-Professional Card.
S. A. Hanter-School Teacher Wanted.
John P. Bnzbardt and H. H. Folk-Notice.
Frank Leslie's Publishing House-Agents
THE LNSURANCE COMPANY
ARTHUR COFFI, President,
M. MARIs, Secretary.
$5,000,000 IN ASSETS.
Offers its policies at sound rates to
t1w citizen of Newberry and adjoining
It is the oldest Stock Company in
America, and having stood the test of
time and fire for over eighty years,
points with pride to its honorable re
All classes of property covered.
Applications taken and policies writ
ten by WM. F. NANCE,
LArzsws R. R. ScEDu.%-Tbe Lau.ens
Train makes connection with the Greenville
passenger on Tuesdays, rbarsdays and Sat
urdays, and leaves the head of the Road at
8 o'clock A. M., and returning leaves New
berry after the down Greenvllie passenger.
Jl0- IF YOU WANT A NICE
CHRIST.KAS PRESENT for your
wife, daughter, husband, brother,
Ssiter, or somebody else's sister,
be sure and call at John F. Speck's.
THE HERA T-D BOOK STORE
F S PREPARED
FOR THE HOLIDAYSI
M Large lot of Albums and beautiful Chro
mos, at Herald Book Store.
w oy Books for children, at irom 5 cents
to $1,s0at Herald Book Store.
- plcture Booki and Games for little folks
at Herald Book Store.
A Game of Authors,.Quotations, Conver
aton Cards,'at Herald Book store.
-All kinds of Stationery-paper, pens,
ink, pencils, -&c., at Heiald Book Store.
c- Fretty Story Books, for present3, at the
Herald Book Store.
otepapers in vari'ety, in boxes, envel
opes to match, at Herald Book Store.
Vultivate i;uare taste in your chud by
buying.agood book or faseinating
..game at Herald Book Store.
Chatterbox and Little Folks, the best
books ont, at Herald Book Store.
geDONT RUN ALL OVER
~nsir4rough the mud- hunting
Christmas Presents, when you can
--find sdeh a large stock to select
Irqo a t John F. Speck's..
- UXD rTHE COLUMBIA.-Attention
isaa fn called to that model estab
bshn$nzt undert,thesCohm9a Hotel,
C0elumbia, S2 C., that the readers of the
HEa&n are by' this time pretty well
~din regard to what Messrs. Kings
&-Heath, the proprietors, can do
an their line. It is right, though, and
-' iee-ine of business, to keep the fact
before the people, that in China, Glass
wae,. rockery, Fancy Goods, and a
thousand and one Housekeeping arti
eles, 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
zIF YOU WANT TO SEE
something nice, call at John F.
eksand. you will not regret
your visit. Ladies are particuar
-ly invited to call. No charge for
~ADon't~ let the cold winds of winter find
orwindows without sashes, or good whole~
doos, ar av thm 6tedatonce from the
mnanufactory of Mr. P. P. TOALE, whose ad
vertisemnent is in another column.
He is also sole agent for the "National
Mizsed Paint Co.," who warrant their paint
not: to crack, peel or fa-le. Any one can
apply it.53 .
WWHAT IS THE USE FOR
you to throw away your money
-on worthless Christmas Presents,
when you can-get something good
* 'hnd serviceable at John F. Speck's.
THE Pr.ac.-The holidays approach
-and men are looking -out for the best
place to get the best things to lmake
ilarm comfortable, and to solace them
after thspggplexities of business. The
-greatest solag to the smoker is a good
*segar,and to the che wer a cut of fine
tobacco. The stringency in the times
tomake it necessary to get the most
and the-best for the least money. Un
der these.circumstances we take pleas.
uire 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
tionately commend them 'to all who in
&ulge in 'te solacing weed. 50-tf
* CLARA WILDMAN, -
THE 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
ensh only, by
-49-tf. . JOHN F. SPECK.
Subscriptions received at this office fo:
Harper's and Leslie's Illustrated papers
(weekly and monthly), Scientific American
Southern Cultivator, ltural Carolinian,10auns
*Folks' Gem, &c.
--Illustrated publications for sale by the sin
gle copy-at this office. . 49-tf.
I hope that every one who is inidebted
to me will come forward at once am
pay up, and not put me to the troubl<
to go to their houses to collect it.
'have worked faithfully for them, anc
hare waited p:Ziently with them.
Dec. 1, 48-2mn. P. B. RlUFF.
THom?soy, Dentist, over Phifer's store.
-OLD SILvER WArTE.--One thons
and ounces of old Silver wanted at th
-Jewelry Store of J. F. Speek. Th
hig~hest price will be paid for it in an:
In accordance with time honored
usage a half sheet only will be issued
from this office -next week, that editor,
printers and ye devil may have a brief
respite from work.
Any person who desires a good place
to board at is advised to apply to Mrs.
PERSONAL.-COl W. 11. Walker ar
rived here to-day, -and is welcomed by
hi many friends.
DEATH.-We regret to learn that
Capt. J. D. A. Kibler, lost a daughter,
aged 6 years, by diptheria, on the 11th.
ADMITTED.-Georgc Johnstone, Esq.,
of Newberry. has been admitted to
practice in the Courts of the United
kStates, for the District of South Caro
We acknowledge a neat and complete
Almanac from the Abbeville XLdiuam
office. It contains much valuable in
formation. The energetic publishers
have our thanks.
RELIGIOUS NOTICE.-Rev. J. B. Tray
wick will preach at Lebanon Methodist
Church fourth Sunday morning in De
cember. I will preach at same place
on Christmas day.
T. G. HERBERT.
WIAT THEY CALL IT.-At this fes
five season of the year it is appropriate
ly called Christmas steam, and the
quantity of it on hand is enormous. A
man with a full head of steam can be
easily distinguished from one who is
The friends of Dr. and Mrs. Homel
P. Tarrant, now of Augusta, Ga., will
learn with regret that they suffered by
fire on the 14th instant. .Thanks to the
prompt aid of their friends and the time
ly action of the firemen their loss was
not very heavy.
A copy of the catalogue of the King's
Mountain Military Scbool is acknowl
edged. The school is under the skillful
direction of Col. A. Coward. Forty
one students were in attendance last
session. The course of study at this
institution and the discipline enforced
has made it very popular.
"WORTRY OF ExAMrM.E-The town
council of Abbeville merit the undying
thanks of the taxpayers. They manage
to work the-streets of the town free of
exuense, by i,sing the labor of offenders
against the m :nicipal laws."
The Prcss and Banner is authority
for the above, and it has reason to boast.
BOOKs AND CHnoxOs.-For holiday
presents, books and chromos are first in
importance, as they are not only appro
priate, but instructive, and help to cul
tivate a pure and wholesome taste.
Books and pictures are twin sisters, and
gratify the eye, the fancy and poetic
sensibility, and are therefore always in
order, and especially so now. Make
your purchases at the HERALD Book
Somebody has kindled under old Bab
cock a tremendous fire of old unstamped
whiskey barrels, which was started in
St. Louis and is now blazing at Wash
ington. He is offering a liberal price
for all his unused 'Extinguishers.' Can
not our Hook & Ladder boys let him
have a few stray ones and throw in a
section of ladder and a bucket or two;
for the old fellow is -really in a hot
CHRISTMAs TREE.--Newherry Divi
sion, Sons of T., and Kosciusko Lodge,
I. 0. G. T., will give a Christmas Tree
at Temperance Hall, on Saturday eve
ning, Dec. 25th. Members are requested
to take in their gifts to the committee
by 3 1-2 o'clock in the afternoon of that
day. Each member is privileged to
invite one friend.
A good and profitable time is antici
pated, and all the members of both
orders are requestcd to attend. 1t
SPECK.-The display of elegant and
appropriate articles for Christmas and
New Year's presents at Speck-s is ex
tremely rich and varied, and we advise
our friends who contemplate investing
their change for the benefit of others to
ao to him. In watches and jewvelry, his
tock cannot be surpassed, and the same
may be said of the fancy articles, de
siged particularly for this season. In
articles suitable for bridal presents, too,
ie is also well supplied. Take it alto
ether, his stock is the largest and
andsomest ever before shown in New
M1 A SONIC.--The following officers
were elected on last Monday by Signet
Chapter, to serve for the ensuing year:
M. Foot, H. P.
N. B. Mazyck, K.
W. H. Wi.seman, S.
J. D. Bruce, C. H.
L. C. Angel. P. S.
J. W. Montgomery, R. A. C.
S. Mann, Jr.. G. M. 3 V.
*F. N. Parker, G. M1. 2 V.
John Neese, G. 3M. 1 V.
J. 0. Peoples, P. H. P. Treas.
II. C. Moses, P. IL P. Sec.
WV. C. Johnslon,. Sen.
LIBERA..-The Ladies' Benevolent
Society of Due WVest, recently presented
the Rev. W. L. Pressley, pastor Qf the
church in that place, with a fine over
coat. There is some sense in this kind
of thing. Most of the preachers are
kept so thin, however, on poor pay and
slim diet that they are proof against the
weather. We can very well imagine
what the punishment of that class will
be who want to get saved without pay
ing out any money, it is altogether
probable that they will not need any
Newberry might bestowv several over
coats and insure against the wrath that
is surely bottled up for them.
Among the 'Local Laconics' of the
"3fedlium" we find the following:
"Christmas comes on next Saturday
Now, Al bbeville shall not make a local
afair out of our Christmas. 'We object
in the name of all Newberry gobblers
that are anxiously awaiting the day of
their glorification, when dressed in the
latest style they are laid out in state.
We protest in the name of all our pa.
triotic hens, who are straining a point
to furnish us with an abundant supply
of the chief element of nogg; in the
name of Santa Claus, whio has already
started on the Laurens train to be here
in time; in the name of our young
amenments who are trimming their
heels for the shuflile; in the name of al]
the Heathen Chuinee who are manufac
turing a car load of tire-crackers foi
ours six year old, amnd promise to take
it out in subscription for the HERALD:
in the name of all the tin soldiers, pep
pcrment sticks, pap)er (dolls, gum drops.
fiddle strings, silver cups, jumpmng
jaks, wooden horses, engagement rings
torpedoes, building blocks, hiske
punches and meerschaum pipes, we d
SIprote'st against the action of our neigh
b..Dnth etoa,Bo fdu
I bl.eont h~pet sectiConaf NBr. hedu
jtlet uhismspopol toof eerry have.
FUTmmIr HoIrEs.-The present status
of Newberry as regards some of her
fathers (no allusion to Council) is not of
the brightest. but there are many off
shoots growing apace who promise
good things in the future. As a sample,
the sayings of a couple of youngsters,
one three and a half years and the
other a little more advanced, will be
proof sufficient. MaInma-4"Don't you
want breeches. bub, like papa's?" Bub
--And a vest?" Fond mamma-"Yes,
and an overcoat." Bub-"Then I must
have a box of segars." Next. "Oh,
papa, the black lien didn't lay an egg
to-day." "How was that, my son,"
asked papa. 'OfI~ know," said hope
ful, "she just forgot to lay, that's it."
TRANSFERS oF REAL ESTATE.-'urr
J. Ramage. assignee, to Felix Torrence,
one lot in Newberry, $65.00.
James P. Bowers to Andrew C.
Stockman, 289 acres, $1,900.00.
Elizabeth H. Epps, widow of James
M. Epps, dee'd., to Thomas C. Brown,
right of dower in .1,107 acres, for $447.
Laura E. Knight, Adm'x., C. T. A.,
of Micajah Goree, dec'd., to Ellison S.
Keitt, 202 acres. 81,100.00.
Robert L. McCaughrin to Henry
Lake, 205 acres, $2,500.00.
G. M. Sheely to J. C. Counts, 3 3-10
Wi. A. Williams to F. 11. Dominick,
220 acres, $1,200.00.
Samuel J., Hiller and D. I. Sheely.
to F. H. Dominick, house and lot in
HOT SirrEn.-In the building of
the hall at Pomaria, by the A. F. M.,
P. of H. and the Knights of Jericho,
to be used jointly by the different orders,
a debt has been incurred by the latter,
which it is proposed shall be raised from
the proceeds of a Hot Supper and a
Play. We learn that the entertainment
will come off on the 30th instant, and
knowing the good people of that section
to be fully competent to carry out their
ends in a manner satisfactory to the
public, we guarantee that the occasion
will be a delightful one, and take pleas
ure in calling attention to it, and in
dulge the hope that the attendance will
be so generously large that the debt
will be liquidated. Admission fee to
both is fixed at 75 cents.
OLD COTTON.-Mr. John McCarley,
froin the Whitmire settlement, sold on
Monday last two b:tles of A 1 cotton
which were packed as far back as 1852,
twenty-three years ago. The history
of this cotton is that it was held by the
owner for a price which it never reahzed,
and although he was offered subse
quently 30 cents in gold, lie still deter
mined to .ho(1. At the estate sale of
the owner this year it only brought
10 1-2 cents. We have no doubt, had
Mr. McCarlev ventilated its history and
age, he might easily have realized 15
cents for it, but he did not know until
too late that cotton improves with age,
and more especially as these bales had
been carefully kept wrapped up in
blankets, hidden away from either sun
light or sight of man, damnpness or any
other detei iorating cause. We are sorry
for our good friend that he lost so much
on Monday's sale, but he bore it as be
came a member of the old 13th, and
renewed his subscription to the HERALD
The weather continues changeable
and health good. Nowhere to be ex
celled. The mineral spring no doubt
conduces to the health.
Christmas is little spoken of, and
promises to be quiet and dull.
That world renowned mule Sob has
conquered all the patent yokes and
half eaten up his full value in bridles,
ears and collars.
SThe industrious cake and beer ven
der, owing to the change in season, has
changed his business, and intends now
to run the railroad pump with the
notorious Sob. If Sob conquers the
pump he w'ill be sent to Barnum's
The dawn of day, and noon, is on
nounced by the music of an animal of
the zebra stripe, owned by an industrious
young farmer hereabouts.
The grand hop of JalapL came off
Tuesday night last, the 14th. The
string band of Newberry gave music,
satisfactory to all. Old bachelors were
n attenda~nce and had the puckering
strings of their hearts loosed by the fair
No marriages as yet in our town, but
y the wvay the bachelors are looking
aiound, yo~u may hear from.them soon.
THE CLARA WILDMAN COMPANY.
This versatile company conclude their
first engagement to-night with the ren
dition of the pcpular play of "The Two
Orphans," and there is no doubt that a
full and appreciative audience will greet
them. This is the sixth night since their
first appearance this season, and their
success has been good considering the
poverty of the times.- The entertain
ments~furnished thus far have been of
a pleasing and we might say instructive
character, especially in the latter as
regards the plays. "Married and Di
vorced' andl "Husbands and Wives."
Miss Clara is a very charming actress
as well as songstress, and never fails to
bring down tihe house, and especially
was this the case on last evening. Lit
tIe Ollie is a gem; F. J. Wildmnan an
ace of trumps, and others of the com
pany good in their roles. The music
furnised too is capital. Give them
a full house to-night by all means.
Since the above was put in type. we
are pleased to learn that Mr. Wild
man has been indluced to remain three
nights more--Wednesday,Tnlursday and
Friday-and to-morrow night will be
gven tile grand nioral drama of "Ten
Nghs in a Bar-room." This will af
ford parties from the country an op
portunity of enjoying the holiday sea
son by witnessing the elegant acting of
the Wildmnan Comedy Company mn the
AioT THlE TowN AND COUNTY.
Some cold weather last week, and
wood piles are growing beautifully less.
Parties owing wood to this office will
please haul up and deliver forthwith
Those who live too far to bring a de
cent load arc requested to bring cash.
The few hogs in town lately have
stood tip for nine cents. Our people
generally refuse to buy at that price,
showing~by their action that they are
Clara Wildmnan's Imperial Band dis
courses capital music, and sets horses
to dancing. Poor animals they don't
know that it is a sin to dance.
The stationery business is very sta
tionary. May be if wve would heral it
a little more it might be more projres
Our streets are looking gay with the
crowds who come in for Christmas
oods. If they look into the HERALD
'they will see wvho has goods for sale.
There never was such a stock of can
d and sweet things in town than at
this time. We hope everybody will be
If you owe us anything, reader, (o
not delay any longer the payment.
Money is very much needed at this of
Next Saturday will be Christmas.
Some few trees are spoken of.
Our devil suggests that the orphans
of the cottage on the corner of Caldwell
and Boundary streets attend in full force
the theatrical performance to-night;
they may see themselves as others see
'em without extra charge.
"Strange," says the Abbeville Me
dium, "how many honest farmers. 'good
men and true,' come into town, sell
their cotton, put the money in their
pockets and never think to pay the
Not at all strange. It comes as easy
to some men as falling off a log.
Our Methodist ministers on station
and circuit, left on Tuesday last for
Conference. Orangeburg will suffer in
the poultry line.
That load of North Carolina chickens
disposed of here last Saturday, turned
out badly. The poor birds were too
thin to kill without a week's feeding,
and half of them have since died.
A fair friend lately married has our
thanks for a couple of grey kittens.
She had no longer any use for such pets
nd turned them over to us. They
were badly needed.
It is so easy to tell when Harmon
roes off. The HERALD office is sure to
be serenaded on such occasions.
The colored people of Helena are
taking up subscriptions for the building
of a new church. It strikes us there
re churches enough, more than the
generality of people have the generosity
to support. More religion and liberali
y are the needs now.
Tom Lane came to the rescue of the
Mausage hunters last week with a lot of
tine porkers. Our thanks are tendered
For his courtesy in allowing us to see
mnd hear them squeal.
Men do not always mean what they
ay now-a-days. and when one is found
who does, our heart swells to him.
rhank you, Thomas, for adding to the
wood pile. Who comes next?
The handsomest quilt on exhibition
in this town can be seen at the store of
Messrs. Daniel Wheeler & Co. It is
>ffered for rafflie by the lady who made
it-twenty-five chances at$1 perchance.
Who will be the lucky winner?
A strolling orchestra enlivened our
town for awhile last week-the-music
was pretty fair and attracted quite an
udience. Several dashing cavaliers
Formed themselves into a cavalry bat
talion on the square, thus giving their
noble steeds an opportunity to enjoy
Dickert's Saloon and Confectionery,
both popular pIlaces of resort, are espe
ially attractive just now. The proprie
tor, Dickert, has been abroad gathering
in supplies, and his Lieutenant, Alex
nder, is in a glorification at the idea of
being able to dispense a vast deal of
In notice of election last week, for
officers of Amity Lodge. Mr. E. H.
Christian was elected Junior Warden,
instead of Mr. J. 0. Peoples.
Wanted, by a good church inember,
a servant who is a christian, and who
will not burn:the meat.
A pairl..f-eye gIasses-were lost on
Thursday; if the findei- will leave them
at this office he will do a good thing.
[f he will not let him be anathema.
The times are desperate-a leading
5rm sendis us word to tell those indebt
3d to come in and settle or go to the
d-, they don't care which.
Another says we have sold on:accom
modating terms all the year, part cred
it and part cash, and balance: of stock
we are tempted~to give away.
The ladies say that .Har'mon sells
some goods at remarkably low prices.
The HERALD Book Store is in full
blast. Christmas presents cheap for
Attention school girls and boys and
call for violet, blue and black inks,
copy hooks, spellers, readers, geogra
phies. dictionaries, pencils, slates, &-c.,
a large lot of which just received at
IERALD Book Store, up stairs over
Harmon's store. 41-tf.
List of Les ters remaining in the Post Office
at Newbercy, S. C.:
Miss Fannie Adams. Mrs. Lou Adams,
Evelyn W. Brown, Mrs. Martha Bu-ton, K.
S. Ball, J. Ware Brown, Win. Cousin, J.
Clark, Fred. Coppage, Josh Duncan, Capt.
Davis, Jas. H. Dishman, Wmn. Davis, Nan
nie E. Davenport, Nancy Derrick; Lewis
Duckett, Mrs. E. A. Floyd, Jos. Gray, Jno.
Glymph, Harr;et Griffin, Thos, Got.nan, J.
T. Hllman, H. D. Hall-day, Jno. C. Hach
rel, Leander Long, J. J. Long. Mrs. M. Adel
Ia Long, Lauwson Long, Mrs Max" Lawson,
Wmn. Miller, Ned. McGinney, col'd., Ida
Maffett, Robt Martin, Joe Moon. Adaline
Morgan, Sarah Morton, Emma F. Mathis,
Jno. Neece, Balam Neel, Francis Od'en,
Lewis Quomton, Jas. E. Robinson, Mattie
Reese, G. WV. Sasong, W. A. Senn, James
Titus, Fannie Wilson, W. 1'. Wadsworth,
Mrs. Maria Williams.
A DELIGHTFUL CHRisTMAs PaEsENiT.
If your Wife, Sister, Brother, or Friend is
ti>und of music what can be more appiopri
ate or acceptable as a Chirstmas gift than a
ear's subscription to the Southern Musical
Journal, published monthly at Savannah,
Ga. Price $1.25. Every number is full of
beautiful music and interesting reading matter
such as musicians always enjoy, and the
premiums given to subscribers are worth the
price of the magazine, Send TEE CENTs for
a Specimen Copy, and see how well it is
adapted for a Christmas present to the one
you love best. Ludden & Bates, Publishers,
Savar nab, Ga.
Rev. Wmn. H. Chapman, Pastor of M. E.
Church, Georgetown, D). 0., writes: "Hav
ing had an opportunity to test the excellent
qualities of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, I hesi
tate not to say, it is the best remedy I have
ever used in my ft'mily."
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
The edition for 1876 of the sterling Medical
Annual, known as lostetter'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
vation and restoration of health, a large
amouut of interesting and amusing light
read ing, and the calender, astronomical cal
culaions, chronological items, &c., are pre
pard] with great care, and will be fonnd
entirely accurate. The issue of Hostetter's
Almanac for 1876 will probably be the largest
edlition of a medical work ever published in
any country. The proprietors, Messrs. .Hos
tet:er & Smith, Piushamrg, Pa., on receipt of
a two cent stamp, will forward a copy by
mail to any person who cannot procure one
in hiis'negboriod. 48-5t.
NEwBERRY, December 21.-Our cot9n
mrket shows great activity, not only in
supply but in demand, and the price at close
was 12 cents. Bales shipped during week 796.
COLUMBI A. D2cemnber 20.-Cotton steady
AUGUSTA, DcCLmber 20.-Cotton steady
and fair demand-middling 12j.
CHARLESTOM. ?December 20.-Cotton dull
and easier-mniddling 13.
BALTIMORE. December 20.-Cotton dull
and easier-middling 12ja13.
NEw YoxK, Dece-mber 20.-Cotton quiet
and steady; sales 1,219. at 13 5-16 t13). Gold
dull and w.ok, a' 1 13tal.131
LIvERPOOL, Deeember 20.-Cotton quieter
-'madl un p nands 7 widdling Orleans 7t.
A GOOD CARRIAGE
FARMER'S COOKING STOVE.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Apply to Z. L. WHITE.
Dec. 8. 49-3t*.
My wife, Ann Gary, having left my bed
ind boa-d, all persons are hereby forbidden
:o hire, harbor or give aid or comfort to
ier in any manner whatever, as I will pros
cute any person so doing. And, further,
[ will not be responsible for any debts she
ray contract. WILLIAM GARY.
Dec. 6, 1875-49-3t*.
CILL AND GET ONE
OF THE FOLLOWING
FRANK LESLIE'S WEEKLY.
LT THE NEWBERRY HERALD
Dec. 1, 48-tf, BOOK STORE.
FOUR MILE HO1T
The oldest .Merchant in the County
advertises in the Herald and finds
I respectfully inform my friends and the
)ublic generally, that I have in store
iLARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
mbracing every kind of article kept in a
irst class store, and AT PRICES TO SUIT
HE TIMES. Bargains can be had as I
tm determined to give satisfaction to my
:ustoiners, and sell lower than any other
nerchant in the County. I see that the
iierchants of the city of Newberry, held a
neeting and reqolved to sell standard prints
at 10 cents, and it is said and believed by
)eople generally, that the merchants of
ewberry city sell cheaper than in any
)ther city this si Je of New York, except
Ihe FOUR MILE HOUSE, therefore to
arry this out I must sell standard prints at
c cts., and other articles in proportion.
JOHN P. KINARD
Dec. 1, 48-tf.
SEEING IS BELIEVING!
CHEAP FOR CASH !
l B. LIDOMAR & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tobacco and Segars,
Respectfully calls attention to his very
large stock in the above line, a.s also in
Wines and Liquors,
3f all grades, and warranted pure.
All ot which will be sold
LOW FOR CASH.
A long experience in this business, and
,he large and varied stock on hand war
ants us in gaaranteeing satisfaction. An
,amination is ask-ed.
J. B. LEONARD & 0O.
Dec.l, 48 -3m.
Is hereby given that on the fifth day of
anuary, A. D. 1.876, I will apply to the
'robate Court of Newberry County, S. C.,
'or final discharge as administrator of the
E|state of Mitchel S. Suber, deceased.
THOMAS S. MOORMAN,
24th Nov., 1875--48-4t.
Notice for Final Discharge.
I hereby give notice that I will apply to
:he Probate Court for Newberry County,
or a final discharge as surviving Admuinis
~rator of Dr. R. B. Worthington, deceased,
n Wednesday, the .5th day of January
next. JAMES W. WILLIAMS,
Nov. 30, 1875-48-50
5,000 lbs. W HEAT BRAN, for sale at
Nov. 10, 45-tf. HARMON'S.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moses. Esq., Clerk of
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
erant him Letters ot Administration of the
Estate and effects of Jno. W. Mangum, de
These are therefore to ciae and admonish
all and singalar, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newboerry Court House, S.
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,
why the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my Hand, this 1st
day oh December, Anno Domini, 1875.
JA MES C. LEA HY, Ji. P. N. c,
Dec. 8, 49-4t.
Is hereby given that as the Assignee of
William C. Chase, I will make distribution
of the assigned assets, and final close of the
assignment, on the 7th day of January, A.
D. 1876, and that all the creditors of said
Estate must render to me, or my Attorneys,
Messrs. Moorman & Schum pert, on or be.
fore that day, their dema,ds, duly attested,
or I will not be liable to make good the
same. A. G. MAYBIN,
Dec. 7, 1875-49-4t Assignee.
Do you want a good TWO or FOUR
HORSE WAGON ? If so, write to HOW.
ELL & MORGAN, Laurel Fork, Buncombe
County, N. C., for particulars.
Dec. 8, 49-3t*
Having made a settlement on the Estate
of James Lofton, deceased, I will apply to
the Probate Court for Newberry County,
on the 7th day of March, 1878, for a final
discarge. H. C. MOSES,
Administrator 0. T. A. James Lofton,
A c'A Decembe 10. 186-50-12r.'
THE LAIRGEST IND BEST
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'
FU1R NIS HINO 0 OD 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
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
JNO, SCOTT & CO.
EW CLOTEN 1011,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
C LO TI-IING
GENTS' FERMSAING GOODS,
In styles and prices to suit the times.
Cutting and Making Suits to
The public most respectfully invited to
examine our Stock. Sep. 29, 39-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
DIERCKS & DII8'
EW JIWIlY STOR,
Corner Richardson and Taylor Streets,
CJOL UMBIA, S. C.
Now open a tull1 and splendid assortment
yEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, BILVER
AND PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES,
FANCY ARTICLES, GUNS, PISTOLS,
CANES, SPORTEEN'S G00DS, &c.
The proprietors are well known. and have
an exprience of many years in the busi
JEWELRY J3I1ES on his ow accott
ithis city for mny yerasrt r Davis
popular house of Radcliffe & 'o.,and for the
last four and a half years in the employ of
We respectuy invite our old friends and
customers and the public to call and inspect
ocr stock befor pChSanJ ELere
PAIRED in the best manner. Also, EN
GRA VING done at short notice. Work war
Sol ents for the celebrated SPENCER
DIAM SPET ADIEBtCKS & DAVIS.
ME. DIERCKS respectfully informs his
friends and customers of tne up-country
that he has removed his GROCERY DE
PARTMENT to the rear, where he has one of
the laWest and best assortmrents ot FAMILY
GROCE RIES to be found in the city
Attached to this branch is my RSTAU
RANT, where all kinds of refreshments are
served ibest styles day and nightR.
A Great Invention.
. SOMETHING 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 ARM ON'S.
All persons are forbidden to trespass
upon the lands belonging to any one of the
SALLIE H. F. POPE,
MARY E. H. POPE.
Nov. 23, 1875. 47-1m.
All persons are forewarned from tres
passing on the premises of either and all of
the undersigned, and all violations will be
dealt with to the full extent of the law.
J. B. Bedenbaegh, J. D. A. Kibler,
R. Y. Neil, A. J. Bedenbaugh,
T. N. Kibler, JT. F. Kibler,
W. H. Kibler, G. A. Counts, Jr.,
Mrs. M. A. Kibler, J. A. Sligh.
Dec. 8, 49-3t*.
STATE OF SOUfH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, James K. P. Goggans and John
C. Goggans bath made suit to me, to grant
them Letters of Administration of the Es
tate and eiffects of Daniel Goggans, deceas
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 Pro
bae, to be held at Newberry Court House,'
S. C., on the 24th day of December next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration should
not be granted. Given under my Hand,
this 9th day of December, Anno Domini,
J. C. LE AHY, 3. P. N. C.
Dec. 15, 50-2L.
TILLMAN & DAWKINS,
Shaing and hai Dresing
One Door Eelow Ealtimore Corner, on Adams
Gentlemen guaranteed a clean shave, a
neat cut and polite- attention.
June 9, 23-tf.
The finest quality of PURE WHITE
LIME, on hand and for sale at
MAYES & MARTIN'S.
.Tnly 14, 28 tf.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Sc.
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 6te. per yard.
Good BLEACHED HOMESPUN, a yard
wide, at 10c. per'yard.
HEAVY KERSEY, for winter wear, at
12Jc. 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.
Fe 1. & I. In CHI
Have in store their
PALL AND WINTER STOCI
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected with great care.
The ladiep- are invited to ezamine 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,
And 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.
. 15. 1VLON & 0O0,
Of all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
Bacon, Choice Hams,
Flour. Lard, Molasses,
FRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
. Soap, &e
Sheetings and Yarns,
BASSINS AND TIES,
And all other articles to be found in a GRO
JERY STORE, and all of which will
BE SOLD CHEAP
Oct. 15, 41-1y.
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-St. J1. 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
Indicus an,d nux vomica entered largely in
zo its composition.
J. C. SEEGERS guarantees his beer to be
pure and reliable. He does noi. adulterate
it, but brews from the best barley, malt and
hops. Feb. 4, 5-tf.
Notice is hereby given that we will apply
for final discharge as Executor of Martin
Singley, deceased, on Saturday, the fifteenth
day of January, 1876, having made a final
Dec. 15, 50--5t.
Is hereby given that as the Assignee and
Agedt 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
fo1e that day, their demands, duly attested,
or we shall not be liable to make good the
same. A. G. MAYBIN, Assignee,
R. S. CRICK, Agent.
Dec. 7, 1875. 49-5t.
Notice to Trespassers.
I hereby forbid any person or persons
from trespassing on my plantatior. either
for hunting, fishing or any other purpose,
and any one so trespassing will be prose
cuted to the full extenk of the law.
Dec. 8, 49-3t*. R. S. LYLES.
-I will apply to the Court of Probate for
Newberry County, on the 12th day of Jan
uary next, for final discharge as Guardian
of the Estate of Wan. W. Fulmer.
D. A. DICKERT, Guardian.
necmber 6 18s-.49-st.
Dry Goods, Groceris, Xr.
JONES DIIS &
SUCCESSRS' TM.0. SHEE -a C0.,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mailings,
BOOTS, SHOES, HITS, Etc.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The attention of purchasers in every part
of this State is called to consider a very Im
portint 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 bf deal.
iog with them that was such a distinguished
feature iith the house of R. C.fmvma & 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 6end
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 advai.
ta-e 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 Q-c. Prints in the city.
Long Cloths 8J, 10, 12fc. None equa
to them in the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas and Mo
hairs, just imported.
Hosiery Derartment-Full of wel 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
Carpet Department in the world.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Jeans are bought
by the case and sold at avery small ad
brown and Bleached Shirtings ad Sheet
ings sold &t factory prices.
Flannels and Blankets at-prices that 1will
We Shall Expect an Order from You or a Call
When You Visit0Or-City,
D. JoNES. C. BOUENIGNT.
3. B. DAVs. E. 5. BoWE5IGET.
Sep. 29, 39-3m.
Prices to Suit the Times!
The citizens of Newberry and .surround
ing Counties, are respectfully invited to
cail at the store of
Where Bargains May Be Had
Of All Qualities and Varietiess
Gentlemen's and Youths'
Fine and common.
All of which will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Also, in store,
My goods were bought favorably and
selected with great 'eare 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
ct. 13, 41-ti.
A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Ties.
Fine N. 0. Molasses.
Sugar House Molasses.
Pearl Grist, &c.
For sale at
Next Door to Bank.
Aa.r. 25. 84--tI