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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
John D. Suber-Notice.
Wm. F. Nance-Insurance.
Prospectus Newberry Herald.
J. B. Ford & Co.-Poetry & Songs.
G. W. Garmanv, M. D.-Special Notice.
D. B. Wheeler & Co.-Special Inducements.
J. H. Boozer & P. E. Wise-New Saw Mill.
J. L. Counts -ar.d others-Notice to Tres
THE INSURANCE COMPANY
ARTaun COFFIN, President,
M. MAims, Secretary.
$5,000,000 IN ASSETS.
Offers -its policies at sound rates to
the citizens 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,
BrA'mE LrNs, &c.-Lien on Crops-form
1 and 2; Planter's Special Contract; Lieu on
Crop with Mortgage; Note and Mortgage of
Personal Property; Conveyances of Real Es
tate; for sale at this of6ce. 2-tf.
The Piedmont and Arlington Life-Insur
ance Companyof Richmond, Va., was some
thing of a 'pioneer in a new department of
business in the Sonth..Its wonderful.suc
cess, during the past nine years, is-ample
proof of the wisdom of. its founders. This
Company now extends its business over
nearly every section of the continent; and
by its prudent and conservative management
has won favor wherever it has been properly
represented. The chief basiness of the Com
pany has been done in the South, and in this
section especially does it propose to work.
It promises its patrons all the real benefits
that can possibly accrue from life insurance.
The interests of policy holders are carefully
gnarded, and claims nuder its policies are
met as they mature. There is scarcely a
neighborhood in South Carolina in which a
death claim has not been paid by this grcat
..Virginia corporation. 2-eow.
SdOb GREAT INDUCEMENTS-la
i TO WHOLESALE -ii
aW- BUYERS. -WA
A My entire stock of SHOES, HATS, .es
- and CLOTHING TO BE SOLD BY -ft
- THE 1ST OF FEBRUARY!
a- CALL A.ND SEE ME. COST OR -ft
.W UNDER COST. FINE CLOTHING .&
W' AT NEW YORK COST, EETAIL. ..
LAURWg RLR. ScEEDU3t-Tii' LaNreDs
Trai akikostion, wit Othe eentille
passenger on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, and leaves tbe head of the Road at
8 o'clockL I. ., aaid retutning leaves New
berry aftetlie down Greeillie passenger.
UNDER TW! CQnIMBA.-Attention
is so Often;cslled to thait ruodel estab
lishment under the Columbia Hotel,
Columbia, S. C.. that the readers of the
HEALD 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
ware, Crockery, Fancy Goods, and-a
thousand and one Housekeep'ng 'arti
cles, they cannot be excelled either as
to variety and excellenc' oi- in-prices.
As everybody wants something at this
season, our advice is to try them. 50-tf
Do not use inferior paper when you
write, but call at HEnALD Book Store
and get Pirne's best note, finest commer
cial note, octavo note, together with
Repp, Initial and various other kinds of
THE PL.ACE.-The holidays approach
and muen are looking ont for the best
place to get 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 cat of ue
tobacco. The stringency in the times
too make it necessary to get the most
and the best f6r 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
-tionately commend them to all who in
dulge in the solacing weed. 50-tf
Attention school girls and boys an~d
call~for -violet bleand-black inks,
copy books, spellers, readers, geogra
phies, dictionaries, pencils, slates, &c.,
a large lot of which just received at
HERnL Book Store, up stairs over
Harmon's store. 41-tf.
THE PEARL OF SONG,
IS COMING SOON.
Also, a large stock of Jewelry, Silver
WVare, 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 E. SPECK.
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
Don't let the cold winds of winter find
your windows without sashes, or good whole
doors, but have them fi,tted as once from the
manufactory of Mr. P. P. TOALE, whose ad
vertisement is in another column.
He is also sole agent for the "National
Mixed, Paint Co.," who warrant their paint
not to crack, peel or fade. Any one can
apply it. 50-tf.
Subscriptions received at this office for
Harper's and Leslie's Illustrated papers,
(weekly and monthly), Scientific American,
Sonthern Cultivator, Rural Carolinian, Young
Folks' Gem, &c.
Illustrated publications for sale by the sin
gle copy at this 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 faithfully for them, and
have waited patiently with them.
Dec. 1, 48-2m. P. B. RUFF.
THOM?soN, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
OLD SILYERm, WA.NED__Ane thr.ns
THE CoUir convened and organized
day before yesterday. The jail is full
of occupants awaiting trial. The dis
posal of criminal cases is likely to oc
cupy all the tine of the Court.
GET MARRIED.-A woman is cow
posed of two hundred and forty-three
bones, one hundred and sixty-nine mus
cles, and three hundred and sixty-nine
It is with pain we record that Dr.
Wm. Kihird lies in a very precarious
condition. The disease is cancer of the
throat, and his sufferings are very
The Hon. Thos. C. Dunn, Comptroller
General of the State, will accept our
thinks for a copy of his Annual Report
to the General Assembly. It is a
Mr. A. H. E. Sheck informs us that
German settlers are steadily coming in
in his neighborhood. The efforts of
this gentleman in this direction are
REv. J. F. PROBsT.-We learn from
Mr. Sheck that the reverend gentle
man above named will preach at Mt.
Bethel Church, in the Caldwell neigh
borhood, on the 5th Sabbath of this
BE P1ROMPT.-The County Treasurer's
office is now open- and 'Capt. Smith is
prepared to receiveV'ta. Tax payers
are cordially invited by him to come
forward as early as possible. Prompt
attention to this matter is requested.
Mr. Ernest M. Taylor, travelling
agent of the Columbia Register, visited
Newberry last week, and while here
dropped in on the HERAT. He suc
ceeded in getting quite a namber of
good names for the Register.
QUARTERLY CONFERF2CE.-The First
Quarterly Conference of the Mthodist
Station Church will commence on Fri
day night-on which occasion the usual
Love Feast will be held. There will
be preaching on Saturday morning by
the Presiding Elder, Rev. Manning
COLLECTOR WAN-rED.-We have tried
double-fisted, red-headed, and various
other kinds of collectors, but they have
all failed. We want one now who is as
patient as a post, cheerful as a duck,
sociable as a-flea, bold as a lion, weath
er-proof sitrubber, cunning as a fox,
and watchful as a sparrow-hawk.
DEATH-Mrs. Agnes Kingsmore,
aged 82 years, died on last Wednesday
night. For a period of sixteen months'
she was completely bed-ridden, and~ had
been a cripple from infancy. She was
the mother of five children, two only of
whom are now living. She was a
member of the Methodist Church, and
died, we have the assurance, in full
hope of a better life.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
J. J. Carrington, S. N. C., to J. A.
Crotwell, 100 acres, $1,400.
T. J. Hatton to Aleck Bird, 122 3-4
Silas Johnstone to Joseph Beden
baugh, lot of 1-2 acre in Newberry,
James A. Crotwell to H. H. Folk, 50
Tissue Paper, Leaf Paper, Bristol
Board, Perforated Board, ete., etc., at
HERAW Book Store. 41-tf.
PERSONALx.-Our sanetuin was graced
on Wednesday last by a visit from Capt.
Beck, the handsome and agreeable
chief salesman of the popular Clothing
House of Swaffield & Son, Columbia.
The Captain was on agreeable business,
a guest of Judge Pool and a participant
of the wedding festivities. Capt. Beck
inakes a sensation wherever he moves.
Col. Truetlen, of the Southern Life
Insurance Company, was in town last
week,. and helped to swell the happy
throng at the Hotel -on Wednesday
night. _ _
The following item may be of interest
to shurches of ill denominations, and
whilst it is highly creditable to pastor
and people of the church referred to, it
will also stimulate others to more liberal
and systematic arrangements in busi
ness affairs. The church council of
Luther Chapel,of which the Rev. H. W.
Kuhns is pastor, made their yearly set.
tlement on the 1st inst., and on Sunday
following the financial statement wvas
read to the congregation, showing what
amount of money had been raised by
the members and patrons of the church
during the year 1875, as follows:
Pastor's salary................. $1,000 00
Deiciency son salary of former
yParid ondb o parsonage....... 0 00
Raised by young la.dies for repair
ing church..................... 139 25
Raised by married ladies for pulpit
lamps.......................- 16 00
Mite boxes for Synodical purposes 78 54
Educational purposes for Confer
Raised by Sunday school for books,
papers, &c..................... . 48 00
Monthly collection for incidental
expenses............. --........ 10 19
Rev. Kuhns stated to the congrega
tion that his agreement with the church
council was that he should receive
$1,100.00 and the use of the parsonage,
but that he would remit $100, and was
unwilling to receive more than $1,000 .
We learn that his service will continue for
the latter amount by mutual agreement.
They owe about $200 on the parsonage,
not yet provided for; and if times are
not too hard, they will lift this debt this
year. Their membership numbers 112,
~ tbo dvwc~ Qt~t~n1~~nt ~hA~v~ an aver
THE MATTER WITH HANNAH.-The
question, "What's the matter with Han
nah?" is at length answered, es fol
"In Virginia, Mr. Allen Hannah has
married Miss Hannah Allen, and now
Miss Hannah Allen is Mrs. Hannah
Hannah, and is, perhaps, the only wo
man in the world whose whole name
can be spelled backward the same as
forward. That's what's the matter with
ANOTHER ROMANCE DESTROYED.
Mrs. Black. long believed to have been
the original "Maid of Athens" has to
relinquish the claim to that honor
whatever that may amount to-or her
executors have to do it for her, as she
has just died. She was as Theresa
NLacri but ten years old when Byron
wrote his famous song. Critics are now
satisfied that the celebrated line,
"Zoe mou sas agapo,)
does not mean "My dearest life I love
thee," but that Zoe was a common
name among the girls around Acropo
lis Avenue, and the whole line freely
translated amounted to about the same
"Hello, Btsie, how dee."
POST OFFICE.-The new boxes briefly
noticed last week, which Postmaster
Boone has had placed in iis office at
his own expense, have given great
satisfaction. They are one hundred
and fifty-six in n4mber, manufactured
by the Yale Lock -Co., of Stamford,
Conn., and said to be superior in make
and finish to the locks in the Columbia
post office. As a proof of their accep
tability, we learn that they have nearly
all been sold. As a convenience there
s no question that the lock boxes are
the very thing, for'.basiness men can
have access to theit msU,at all hours of
the day and untl& 'eit at night.
Postmaster Boone .ertainly deserves
redit for what he has done, and we
trusthathebost of making this change
-5-will come back- to him ere
TH LATE BmLIANT WEDDING.
Although the late issue of our paper
as prevented us from announcing the
wedding of our talented young towns
man, 0. L. Schumpert, to one of New
berrv's fairest daughters, Miss Mamie E.
Pool, before many others had spoken,
tur congratulations are none the less
sincere. The occasion is long to be ie
membered byyoung and old on account
of the impressiveness of the ceremony
and the splendor of the entertainment.
The LudieramChurch, tastily decorated
with evergreens, was early filled to
veiflowing. We hope that from the
arch under which their vows were e
changed the divine blessing descended
upon their union as the dew of May.
On the meadow and the mountain,
At the peep of~ morning gray,
Drips from Paradise a fountain,
Soft and fresh thc dew of May.
The ceremony performed by the Rev.
H. W. Kuhns was solemn, yet cheerful
as behooved the occasion.
The following are the names of the
groomsmen and bridesmaids, whose
brilliant array lent charm to the ocoa
sion: Mr. T. C. Pool and Miss Lizzie
Scumpert; Mr. Fred. Schumpert and
Miss Lula Pool; Mr. H. C. Moses and
Miss Carrie Jones; Mr.. J.. R. Abney
and Miss Lila Boozer; Mr. W. E.
Pem and Miss Brantley Leavefl;
Mr. George Johnstone and Miss Mamie
Peoples; Dr. D. S. Pope and Miss Alice
Mayer; Mr.. N. J. Holmes and Miss
Kate Mose& .
At the capacious house of Mr. Pool
people were swarming as thick as bees,
and just as orderly; they seemed~ to
glide by each other without a toucli of
their wings.- The violin responded to
the horn, the horn to the bass, to speed
winged feet in the mystic figures of the
dance. Even old bachelors, carried
away by the witchery of the scene, felt
new vigor in their soles and performed
impossible steps. The girls looked their
prettiest and the boys-tried. At low
twelve, Aladdin touched his lamp and
wished that the tables be loaded -wt
such viands as thie palate.of each guest
desired and-there they were before
him, renewed as soon gs consumed.
Where all the sweets came from we
cannot tell; you must ask the magician.
We hope that the brilliant introduc
tion of our young friends into thearital
state may be- a harbinger of loNf
tinued domestic happiness.
With snowy blossom even the hoary frost
Attires itself, the ice to crystal turns,
The storm is lulled to sweetest sound, when
Of love I think myself with thee AT HOME.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNT1L
Clerk of the weather on his good be
Business pretty fair considering all
Health of Newberry never was bet
ter than at present.
Capt. Speck opens the New Year in
a perfect blaze of beauty.
A lamp in front of the post office is
the latest and best thing out.
We have waited long, and patiently.
Come up and settle, every man.
Court commenced sitting on Monday
-how long she will sit we know not.
Old Boreas was on a breeze Sunday
night, and made things lively for
D. B. Wheeler & Co., are out with
an important announcement-and the
reader will act accordingly.
A long felt want in the town of New
erry will soon be supplied. Further
paicuar at an early day.
The biggest thing on record-th
wedding on Wednesday night at the
botel. See particulars in another col
Illustrated papers for sale at the
REN,ALD Book Store. Beautiful am
latest styles of Note Papers at sam(
The gun which gave the death blow
to Mr. H. D. Reid; attracted considera,
ble attention on the street last Thurs.
lay. It was heavily loaded with bucl
If Smith pays Jones, Jones can pa3
;oine other man, and he another, anc
;o on down to the end of the chapter,
rry it, reader. Its the prettiest and
nost satisfactory game known.
It is sad to say that a great deal oj
neat put in salt lately has spoiled.
r'he unfortunates have used it for soal
rease. This is indeed disheartening
t is consoling, however, to know thal
vhile the parties failed to save thei
acoi they saved their backbones and
Mr. J. W. L. Arthur, the efficieni
g'cent of Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated
ewing Machines, having accepted ar
tgency for, the HERALD, is authoriZed
;o solicit subscriptions and collect dues
.r which his receipt will be valid. WE
:ominend him to the kind courtesies ol
)ur patrons. T. F. GRENEKER
LATEst.-The Boston News says tha
'omnibusses originated in Paris. in 1827.
Lhe other kind of busses, which are
;pecially -desired by young. men and
naidens, were discovered some yearz
OLD PAPER.-Old papers for sale al
his office in packages of 50 or 100, al
LO and 75'cents. tf.
NEwBERRY, S. C., Jan. 8, 1876.
List of advertised letters for week ending
ranuary 8, 1876:
3urrage, W. J. Floyd, Yancy
3ates, Mrs. Polly Glenn, James D.,
)avenport; Mrs. Nan- Gary, Miss Susan
nie E., Kinard;J. B.,
)avis, Calvin Pope, Mrs. Barbara:
)onnele, Jno. P., Watts, Humphrey
Parties'calling for letters will please say
f advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
The Maintenance of Health.
The maintenance of health is often more
lifficuWt than its recovery. Vitiated condi
ions of the atmospherey unhealihy occupa
ions, extremes of heat or cold, and constani
xposure to rough weather, are all so many
rovocations of disease. There is but one
are way of effectually guarding the system
when thus subjected to influences prejudicial
o health, and tha t is to establish,by judicious
onic and alterative medication, vigor of the
ody and regularity of its functions. The
yroperties of an invigorant and corrective are
appily combined in Hostetter's Stomach
itters, which, at the same time that it in
ses unwon ted vitality into the system, over
:mes all tendency ofi.the stomach, liver,
yowels and urinary organs to deviate from~
'egularity in the discharge of functions upom
hich the welfare of the entire physical or
anization is dependent. Health cannot be
ore effectually maintained than by using
he Bitters. - Jan. 5, 1-4t;
:EwBERRT, S. 0., January 11.-Cottor
arket continues firm, with closing price ai
2 cents. -Bales shipped during week 386.
AUGUSTA, January 10.-Cotton firm witi
rood demand-middling 12k.
CHARLESTON, Januarf~ 10.-Cotton firm
BALTIMORs, January 10.-Cotton dull
NEw Yog, January 10.-Cotton dull.
;ale-30 bales, at.13 5-16a13fr.
LIvERPOOL, January 10.--Cotton quiet
niddling uplands 6*; middling Orleans 7*.
he Success Washing Ma.
Having taken an agency foi the sale o:
he above named popular Washing Ma
hine, I take pleasure in offering.it - to th.y
pubHs something superior. The pric
f the Mac'hine with Wringer all complete
.s $2. I respectfully refer to Messrs. J.
. Rikard and W. T. Wright, who are using
hem. D. 1. J. CHANDLER,
Jan. 5, 1-2t. Beth Eden, S. C.
Greenville & Columbia Rilroad,
Passenger Trains run daily, Sunday excepted
:onnecting with Night Trains on South Carolini
ipand down. On and after Monday, Decembei
1 the following will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia..............---. 7.30 a xl
"Alston..-.........-------.. 9.15 a n
4 Nebrry................--10.5 a n
"- Cokesbury................. 2.07 p n
" Belton.........-.----.... 3.0 p x
rrive Greenville...............--5.25 p xi
Leave Greenville.......-.----------- 8.00 a xi
"Belton................--...940 a xi
" Cokesbury...............--..112 a xi
" ewberry.................. 2.40 p xi
" Aiston... ... . ........------ 4.20 p xi
rrive Columbia. .-......- ---5.55 p xi
Anderson Branch and Blu'e Ridge Rail Road.
Leave aihalla at..................--.. 6.00 a xi
" Perryville..............-- 6.45 ana
" rendleton.....-...........-7.35 a n
" Anderson.................. 835 a n
Arrive at Belton........... .-. ----.--. 9.20 a xi
Leave Belton at. 3,55 p xi
" Anderson 45
" Pendleton .5.50 p xi
" Perryrille.... ~6.35 p xi
Arrive at Walhalla.... 7.15 p xi
Accommodation Trains run on Abbevill
branch Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 01
Anderson Branch, between Belton and Ander
son, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOS. DODAMEADl, Gen'1 Supt.
JAzzz NORTON, General Ticket Agent.
I hereby warn all persons from hiring 0
harboring my wife, Francis Reeder, an<
any person so doing will be prosecuted t<
thle full extent oi the law.
Dec. 29, 52-3t. PRINCE REEDER.
One large Warehouse near the depot
Apply to BENSON M. JONES.
Dec. 8, 49-tf.
BOARD REUOD TO $3,00 PE DAY
COLUMBIA, . C.
The Proprietor of this well known FIRS'
CLASS HOTEL would respectfully inforE
his many friends and the traveling publi
geeal,ta ehsti a EUE
HISraly hat OF BOARD fthispe da DUE
toI R ATESO BDARD from at pher ma;i
edgs hiElR toY sare at then iam tm
anagehmelf te spae to susains ins th
puaina is ls oe neeyr
manaemt ofth Mhus tORusanisr
Juyio 0, afs clasoHte i etr.r
rpect. WM. GORMAN,
1.3.. on onar Pennrietor.
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1THE DAILY CHRONICLE AND SENTINE
is filled with interesting Reading matter <
every description-Telegraphic; Local; E
toa;Goga n ot aoiaa
oral Georgia Indrsth Crrsponadn
GenSeal elerestn frorresipodent
a nt Sbscia eeripton $10. lipot
- iETIWEL CRNCEADSN
THEel mRI-WE L conICLE nANDy EeT
tnL o intededt whir ppars neint Da0
STripeekly $ai. I otisnal vr
thn ofu interest ChicLpear n SthDil:
Dry Goods, Boot
GRAND CENTRAL DRY I
0 The name of or firm will be cha
And in accordance with our Semi-Annual Cast
a entire stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
make room for Spring Goods. During the mom
S Jeans, Tweeds, Cassimeres, etc., from 12i ce
0 Calicoes, a full line of Fast Madder Colors, at
e Calicoes, all of the best brands made, at 8j ce
S Bleached and Brown Domestics, at lower pri
, Dress Goods at great bargains, to close out.
Black Alpacas, the best and most popular bra
I Notions, Laces, Embroideries, at unpreceden1
Men's and Women's Underwear, Hose and H
Men's Linen Bosom Shirts, at $15.00 per doz
Tble Linens, Towels, Napkins, etc., below ci
Checked Homespuns, Tickings, etc., at prices
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Wall Pi
AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER MADE 4
BOOT, SHOE A
e Is a leading feature.of our extensive establishm
ted the system of "small profits and quick sales,
mers the best goods, from responsible manufact
r have been sold to them, and in consequence ou
line. You need only examine our stock to be c
per pair upwards, but our Men's Brogans and I
found equal to anything offered at $1.50 to $1.7.
r Planters have had, between short crops.and.loi
our share in easing the burthen by selling good
go a great way in supplying your wants. Call
r. Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment of
Jan. 5, 42-1y.
The selling of
CHEAP FOR CASH,
A- the stand formerly known as
"BILTIMORE CORI s"
Having too large a supply for' enumera
tion, it is only necessary, to state that such
goods as are kept in a FIRST CLASS
can be had at this store.
As these are times when facts only are
needed, I just give them, leaving it to cus
- tomers to "comment.".
,W. A. KINARD.
Dec. 15, 50-tf.
IS FOR SALE BY
PBLIAM & WARDLAIT,
s Dec. 29, 52-tf.
JAMES Y. CUJLBREATI,
Attorney at Law,
-Will practice in-the Courts of Newberry
Offce over store of A. K. Bowers & Co.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Dec. 22, 52-ly.
SAll persons indebted to me by note ,or
; account must settle the same by the 15th
t of January, or they will have cost to pay.
TGoods of all descriptions will be sold at
reduced prices from this date.
THOMAS J. LIPSCOMB.
SJan. 4, 1876-1-St.
Notice to Trespasers.
aAll persons are hereby forbidden to tres
pass on the grounds of the undersigned,
d for any purpose whatever. Violators will
i be dealt with to the fulextent of the law.
J. 3. NEEL, M. H. BUZHARDT,
J.0C. NEEL. G. P. GRIFFIN,
.M. LONG, W. W. GEIFFIN,
J.E. QUATTLEBAUM, D. N. GRIEFIN.
d Jan. 5, 1-St. .
Notice is hereby given that we will apply
for final discharge as Executor of Martin.
eSingley, deceased, on Saturday, the fifteenth.
day of January, 1876, having made a final
r JACOB SINGLEY,
Dec. 15, 50-5t.
LA1WE LOT ENYELOPES,
NOTE, LETTER, CAP,
.1 And other kinds of Paper,
t AT THE
HERALD BOOK STORE.
-Fancy iole Paper in HoX88,
Of different folds and patterns.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
HERALD BOOK STORE,
Nov. 17?, 46-tf.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
SThe Cincinnati Gazette makes the aston
ishing announcement that Cincinnati beer
I- is no longer pure, but adulterated with mo
lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
7. poisonous coichicum. The Commissioner
of Agriculture, in his report for 1865, says
L *I~at jYprd~ Mi,ne~ nf New Ynrk analyzed
w, Shoes, Carpets.
0OS ESTABUSHMENT 1 ,
31A, S. 0.
2ged January 1, 1876, to that of
LOVE & CO.,
)m we will, on that date, MARK DOWN our
HATS, CAPS, etc., to "panic prices," to
th of January we will sell
its per yard upwards.
6j cents per yard.
nts per yard.
:es than ever known before.
,uds, at prices that will astonish you.
alf Hose, below aything ever offered.
mn, worth $30 00.
>st of importatiod.
equal to cotton at:5 cents per pound.
IINCE THE INTRODUCTION OF THESE
[D HAT STOCK
mt. In this department we have inaugura
" We have determined to give our custo
urers, at 25 per cent. less than inferior goods
' sales now far exceeds any house in this
mvinced. We sell shoes at from 20 4ents
adies' Shoes, at $1 to $1.25 psr pair, ,wi be
5. We fully appreciate the hard .thnes our
price of cotton, and are determined to do
at such prices as will make a little money
arly and often to secure biigatn~at the
COLIYMBIA, S. C.
THE MA f AND BBJT
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'
F#/R N/4/N 800 D
ETIMh IIT IN NEWBE RY.
DRESS SITSof 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
BE0AN8 A SPEIALTY,
Besides every other article kept in a first
class Clothing House.
KEWS OEME ERF-E I
$16 -PER DOZEN..
Exrmiation of goods and prices solicit
IHlT & (]OPP90L
Sep. 29, 39-f
DPry Goodis A .WiW.8erp%
FALL and WINTER !
TIE1.EADER OF L.OW PRICES!
The.citizens of Newberry and surround
ig Counties, are invited when visiting the
city.t call and examine my stock, which
will compare favorably with that of any
house in the city. Orders solicited and
prompt attention given. Samples sent
COLUMBIA, S. U.,
NEXT DOOR TO 50EE AGNEW a sow's.
Oct. 20, 42-tf.
CHEAP FOR CASH !
. &. IiONAD &CO,.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
T@acob 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.
the large ad vared stoc on an war
J. B. LEONARD & 00s
Dec. 1, 48 -3m.
I will make a settlement on the Estate of
H. R. Mangum, dec'd., on Tuesday,the 25th
day of January next, and apply to the Pro
bate Judge for a discharge as Administra
tor thereof. JAS. F. GLENN,
Dec. 27, 1875-52-4t. Adm'r.
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WaEowant someel oe inevr ( oyt
tan ors nddhiver good or thl
ahd forerigiht.0 Deso Hoe either s
wagor. SlendidEchne istscrlar,
ho fr .ten ori t eron o n eihrsx
yongya or oSmPL e ws. ts icua
Aders ec, acmlto.t N ALL E & CO
POST-PAID. Send for it at once and make
mon~,~~ourhomes.~ ~. ~ ~
A ?J w~~a ~?mL naltbt we. Md..
Dr" G"ods, Gr1ceries, .e
Have in store their
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In al the various lines, the stock i large
and has bee selected with great cac
The ladie'a re iovited to examine Ur
CAS& SE AND PIECE 00
Of all kinds for gentlemen ad yout&
Besides the above we have i.store ane
W3ddles and BrM.1M
MAER 8DS FM8.PWATWWMI
And many other articled iikUsrtgi
less to mention.
The above - xoods WHiIB LD
CHAP FOR CASH.
Pe. W. A B. cm
Sep. 22, 38-t.
Prime to SUit toTrm
The citizens of Newberry and surround
ing Counties, are respectfuRy inited to
call at the store of
Where Bargains ay B lad
Allof which wilibe sold
CHE'AP F'OR CABH.
Of All Kinis.
My goods were bought favorably -and
selected with great care especially tor this
market, and Ilam determined to give satie
faction, not only in quality and vrietir,
but in prices, and all thatlIask is an ex.
amination of my stock before buying elme
Oct. 1s, 41-ti.
The oldest )lterchant is the Cotuity
advertises in the Herald arntinds
I respectfully iiiormmsy frends
public generally, that I have aso
A LARGE AND 00MPL jT(liI
embracing every kind of .rgele k!~in a
first class store, and' ATRI&CES I51
THE TIMES. .Bargains can. be bad .as I
am determined to give laisaction 'to my
eastomers, -and- sell lower than any othee'
merchant in the County. I see that the
merchants of the city of Newber~ry, held a
meeting and resolved to sell standard prints
atl10cents, ahdit 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 stanilard paints at
9j cts., and other artddles in ~prporGa.
Dec. 1, 48-tf.
OF THE FOLLOWING
FRANK LESLIEF8 WEEKLY.
AT THE NIWBEERY mmZAL.n
Dec. 1, 48-U, BOOK STOR . -
I will apply to the Court ci e or
Newberry Gounty, on Thrdy i~e2th
day of January next, for final dchgeas
Guardian of the Estate of Edward K. Sober.
Pa J. A. CANNON. Guardian.