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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADvERTIsEENTS.
T. B. Lei:sey-ti'ayed.
John G. HouseapNotice.
Mrs. C. F. -Notice.
J. D. Pope- s Tanyard.
L R. Marshalll ouey In It.
W. J. McGrath-Special Notice.
Apply at this Office-Watch Lost.
Perry & Slawson-Tobacco and Cigars.
C. W. Westbrook-Westbrook Narseries.
Edw'd J. Evans & Co.-Seeds, Trees, Bulbs.
James Farrow-Laurensville Female Col
'Tarley Tidmarsh-Teachers' Protective
SuccEss is GEnERALLY THE TEST OR
PEOOF OF MERIT.-The success at home and
abroad, and especially throughout the South,
of the Piedmont & Arlington Life Insurance
Company of Richmond, Virginia, is highest
proof of the merits of this excellent corpora
tion. No other Southern Company has pass
ed the rigid inspection laws of New Iork,
and no company of A2f section has so thor
oughly won the confidence, or so large a
share of patronage in the South. During .be
pastuine years this Virginia corporation has
been steadily growing in strength and popa
larity. No company during the past eight
years has paid, on account of death claims,
so large' a sum in South Carolina as the
Piedmont & Arlington. 6-eow
.No wonder the people have confidence,
whien the best physicians are prescribing Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup in all cases of Cough,
MEssRts. KiNGS.AND & HEArH, like
the rest of mankind who are endeavor
ing to please the public by supplying
gcods at cheap prices, are up in the
race for public favor. Their stock of
China, Glass, Crockery, Wood, Tin and
Iron ware and Fancy Articles is of end
less variety.and superior excellence,
and at such prices as annot fail to suit
the depleted pockets of the people.
Don't forget that this establishment
is located under the Columbia Hotel,
Columbia, S. C. S-tf
BI.N LiENs, &c.--Lien on Crops-lorm
1 and 2-Planter's Special Contract; Liei on
Crop with Mortgage; Noe and Mortgage of
Personal Property; Conveyances of Real Es
tate; -forsale at this office. 2-tf.
LAuRENs R. R. SCHEDUILE.-The Laurens
Train makes connection with the Greenville
passenger on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, and leaves the head of the Road at
8 o'clock A. M., and returning leaves New
berry after the down GreenvIlie passenger.
THoXrso;, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
DEATE-oF MR. REUBEN S. CHIcK.
It is our painful task to chronicle the
death of one of Newberry's most worthy
most exemplary citizens-Mr. Reuben
S. Chiek-which sad event occurred on
Friday morning last about nine o'clock.
About three months ago he was stricken
with paralysis, from which he had not 1
entirely recovered, when a seco~nd stroke
followed which resulted, after two weeks
confinement to his bed, in death. Mr.
Chick was born in the lower edge of
Union County, near the Newberry line,
on the 27th of July. 1812, and was con
sequently in the 64th year of his age.
But for a painful wound received some
years ago, -which at times gave him
great uneasiness, and which helped to 1
sap a constitution vigorous and active,
and which no doubt hastened his last
siekness, there was promise of a long and
useful life. Until 1866 he lived in Union
-which county sent him twice to the I
Legislature; when he removed to Ar
kansas, and planted extensively until
the spring of 1869; he then determined
F to settle in Newberry and eliter into
mercantile life. This purpose he carried
out, and formed a partnership with his ~
brother, Mr. Pettus W. Chick, which t
business he continued with success un
til the present. Mr. Chick was one of ~
the owners of the Chick Spring, a pop
uilar resort in the palmy days of South ~
Carolina, a popularity largely resulting '
from the character which he imparted ~
to it while under his personal super- S
vision. But we will not attempt the t
part of biographer in detail, leaving that
for some one better acquainted with the
past history of his wellspent life. It 'J
is our mournful pleasure to speak of a
him as we knew him, agood man, an I
upright citizen, couscientious and scrup. I
uilous in all that was upright and noble, s
a sincere Christian, a warm friend, and t
full of that milk of human kindness
' ~which flowed from a heart that could a
feel for others. Of a truth it may be I
said that no better man lived in our (
community, and his death will leave a a
void that will be felt by all who knew a
the nature of his character.k
"None knew him but to love him,
None named him but to praise,"
and better than all is the testimony
which he has left behind to sorrowing L
relatives and saddened friends, he died I
as he lived, "the death of the righteous." S:
Tbis text-"Let me die the death of the ti
righteous"-was made the subject of a k
most heartfelt and impressive funeral tI
discourse on Saturday afternoon in the E
Methodist Church-of which he had f<
been a member for twenty-two years- 0
by the Rev. Claudius H. Pritchard to a t]
large and sympathetic congregation. P~
Universally loved4nd honored, he will b
be as greatly mourned and missed. He si
has left a beloved, Christian companion, '
who has only now the sacred memories
of more than forty years of comipanion
ship to fill her sorrowing heart. May r
the God of all grace and consolation t<
impart to her the peace which she so a
much needs. 1]
Our friend was laid to rest in Rose- ir
mont Cemetery, and the last funeral c
rites impressively performed by Amity X
Lodge, A. F. M,, of which he was a I
member. Peace to his ashes! ii
TRAN~SFERS OF REAL ESTATE-, a
Jas. C. Leahy to Peter Simmons, 1-3 c
Chloe S. Wells to Thos. Keitt, 1-4 L
DETECTIVE OFFICE.-As Newberry t
has quite recently felt the benefit result- s
ing from the aid of an enterpirising de- g
tetiv force in the persons of Messrs. ft
FROM FIVE CENTS UPWARDS.
CALL AND MAKE SELECTIONS EARLY
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE.
PAYING Up.-Notwthstanding the
stringency of the times, taxpayers are
paying their devoirs to County Treas
urer Smith with promptness, and we
are pleased to note that though men
find it hard to part with their money,
the Treasurer relieves them in such a
suave style that they always leave in
PRICE LIST.-Attention is called to
the price list of Tobacco and Segars
published in the HERALD this week by
Messrs. Perry & Slawson of Columbia,
Dealers will at once see that the induce
ments offered by these popular dealers
are considerable and worthy especial at
tion. We can assure our friends too
that orders will be promptly filled and
.he fullest satisfaction given.
LARGE FREIGHT.-The Laurens road
is doing a good business in freight just
now. On Wednesday last an extra trip
had to be made to take up freight
which could not be conveyed or, the
day before. Coming down on that day
we learn that the train had to be stop
ped frequently to allow the removal of
trees blown down by the gale of Tues
SHERIFF'S SALES.-The following are
the sales of land made by the Sheriff
on Monday: One tract of 701 acres, the
property of J. D. Epps, bought by J. T.
Douglass. J. E. Brown and T. Whit
mire, $4,300; B. F. Griffin, Sr., 300
acres, bought by B. F. Griffin, Jr., $50;
J. D. Koon, dcc'd, 159 1-2 acres, bought
by - C. H. Suber, $230; J. D. Koon,
lec'd, 67 3-10 acres, bought by Mary
Four of our shootists went out on
Saturday last and killed and bagged
,orty partridges, while the day before a
party of three went on a piscatory visit
:o Savender Branch, seven miles below
:his place, and caught between thirty
lve and forty pounds of fish. This is
Yood hunting and fishing.
What says the Newberry shootists to
he above? If it can be beat let it be
HIGH WIND.-The gale of last Tues
lay night was the fiercest and longest
>f any experienced in this section for
~ome time. It was a steady blow from
uindown till after midnight. The de
truction to fences was considerable
~verything of a rickety or feeble charac
er in this respect was levelled to the
p-ound. Persons living in elevated
ituations felt trepidation lest their
Iwellings would succumb to the fierce
>last, and visions of disaster kept some
rom seeking their couches.
SUmPxEMEX.-Attention is invited to
he supplement issued this week,through
vhich Mr. R. F. Phifer announces the
~uction sale of a large portion of his
tock-including clothing of all kinds,
ogether with trunks, valises, carpet
>ags, &c. The sale will commence on
onday, the 1.4th-Valentine's Day.
n our opinion he could not have select
a more auspicious time as everybody
a expected to. be happy on that occa
ion, and will no doubt be ready to
pend their money where bargains are
c be had.
LAUBENSVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE.
~he subject of education is awakening
,larger interest in the minds of our
people now than ever before, and every
ieans to the accomplishment of an end
o desirable is hailed with satisfaction;
berefore we take pleasure in calling
ttention to the advertisement of Mr.
~ames Farrow, who has been called to
>reside over the Laurensville Female
lollege. Mr. Farrow is an accomplished
;entleman, with large experience as
,teacher, and is well and favorably
:nown in tilis section. We commend
im and his school to the reader.
A GooD PLACE.-Mr. J. M. Sill in
is modest little shop in rear of the
taltimore corner is building up a re
pectable trade, considering the dull
mes, and one reason for it is that he
eeps up a regular supply of just such
ings as people need who keep house.
'resh fish and oysters can always be
>und there, besides many other articles
f daily consumption. In addition to
uis he is prepared to give the hungry
ublic a meal at a reasonable price, in
is little restaurant attached to the main
lop. Give him a call when anything
needed in his line.
RETURNED.-A pleasant feature of a
scent pleasant visit to Columbia was
> find our favorite Knight of the Razor
nd Shears, Alonzo Reese, once again
i his accustomed place. Some time
i November last, lured by the fas
inations of life in the gay capital of
7ashington, and the prospect of pull
ig the noses of honorable Congressmen
i the practice of his profession, he left
is shop and his friends to mourn his
bsence, and took his departure for that
ity with the intention of wintering
ere and then doing the Centennial
i Philadelphia. Two months expe
ience of Washington life sufficed, home
nd its delights and pleasant associa
ions commenced to tug at his heart
trings, the pleasure of pulling. Con
ressional noses and pocketing large
~es palled on him, till at last he deter- 1
DEATH OF DiR. CHARLTON SONDLEY.
-Mr. Alfred Crotwell brought in the
melancholy intelligence this morning
that the body of Dr. Charlton Sondley,
a near neighbor of his, and who lived
at the Hillhouse cottage on the forks of
the road a mile and a half from town,
was found dead on Monday evening
near the Johnstone burying ground.
He had gone out that day bird hunting
and his not returning home at the ac
customed time excited the apprehen
sions of the family. Search was insti
tuted by some of his neighbors and he
was found at the above named place,
shot through the heart, lying on the
ground, the upper part of his body sup
ported by a log against which he seem
ed to have been reclining; the gun was
by his side, the muzzle towards his
breast. The sad event is supposed to
have been caused by accident. The
Coroner's jury have not yet returned as
we go to press.
AN EssAY ON GIRL.-The girls will
relish this, as it shows just how ugly
boys can be:
Girl is very nice. Everybody who
has not the misfortune to be girl will
allow this. Nice girl will allow it also
as far as itself is concerned. Strange
girl is objectionable in the eyes of girl
Power improves girl sometimes, but
it seldom finds this out until it is sug
gested to it by one of experience.
Healthy girl cost its parents less
money for doctor's bill, but persons who
write romantic tales for circulating li
braries choose unhealthy and pasty-faced
girl to write about-the swooning kind
Lately I bought six penny worth of
penny illustrated journals and I found
therein ten pictures illustrative of girl
in a swooning state. I hope it was all
real, or else there ought to have been a
lbt of smacking all around.
If I were not boy I think I should like
to be girl. It's best fun to be boy when
there's plenty of girl about.-cTudy.
The following named gentlemen are
appointed to attend to the organization
of the Democratic party in their respec
tive Townships. They will please call
meetings at once for that purpose, and
for the purpose of electing delegates to
the County Convention in accordance
with the resolutions of the meeting held
at Newberry C. H., 7th Feb., 1876. and I
published in this issue of the HERALD,
and Progressive Age.
Township No. 1.-J. C. Wilson, R.
H. Wright and Wallace A. Cline.
Township No. 2.-Joseph Caldwell,
D. A. Crosson and Bartlett Gibson.
Township No. 3.-William Oxner, B.
H. Maybin and B. P. Aughtry.
Township No. 4.-L. P. W. Riser,
Baruch Duncan and R. C. Carlisle.
Township No. 5.-R. P. Clark,r
Thompson Conner and E. P. Chalmers.
Township No. 6.-J. B. Werts, J. B.
Floyd and W. G. Peterson.
'Township No. 7.-J. N. Lipscomb, e
A. J. Teague and Jno. B. Boazman.
Township No. 8.-Jacob J. Paysin- c
ger, Frank Moon and Geo. F. Long. ~
Township No. 9.-H. C. Moseley, R. e
L. Luther and A. P. Dominick,
Township No. 10.-Thos. WV. Hollo- t1
way, Jno. A. Cannon and D. J.iHentz.
Township No. 11.-Ellison S. Keitt, t1
J. B. Heller and Thos. A. Alewine.
Y. J. POPE,
County Chairman. i
ABOUT THE TowN AND COUNTY.
The weather is mild with prospect of
being fair. -
Grain crops continue to flourish. 31
There will be no need to dispose of e
stock this Spring on account of scarcity '
Wood is a drug on the market just n
now. How fortunate everybody is sup-.
The wind knocked the spots off' the ~
sun's face on Tuesday night last.
The HERALD Book Store holds'its
own still, and sales are increasing every
day. Some of those charming chromos
still on hand.
The number of shows travelling over
he country is alarming in view of the
money carried away. Fortunately New
erry has only been visited lately by
>rgan grinders and their monkeys, and
he damage in fractional currency has
A friend at our elbow says the more
he sees of the monkey the more he .is
ersuaded that Darwin is right. Every i
ime he sees one of these intelligent
:reatures he believes he is looking at a
nian and a brother.
The eternal fitness of things-paying
ip subscriptions to the HERALD. Its
he best fitting thing out of jail, try it.
The boy who said the blaek hen for
;ot to lay takes a back seat. Another
ittle boy wanted to know what cows B
~vere made of. His pa said they were
>orn calves; but, said the little chap,
where did the first one come from.
rrot out your children, readers.K
In seeking the good of others we find
Power hath not half the power of
Read the article elsewhere on the re
~ording of contracts. It may save you "
If there is anything to be done about
he farm and it is possible to do it, set
ight about it. Don't wait for a more1
onvenient season. Have everythingd
n apple pie order, and everything
'eady for active operations in the Spring. fe
Our heart has been cheered with the
>rediction that times will soon be bet
er. It is only a big scare that is them
atter now. There is really no scarci- R
;y of money. W e try believe this. s1
the other day trying to enjoy the warn
sunshine, which every now and thez
was intercepted by persons passing
They propose hereafter to hunt a les.
frequented place to thaw out.
A nice rain on Thursday and part oj
Friday has laid the dust-but unfortu
nately where it was thick the resull
Since then more rain and much more
All kinds of business was very dull
during a portion of the past week.
The moon shines brightly of clear
nights and courting has received quite
Sam Son speaks in this issue, he
wants light as well as other citizens.
Perhaps it would be well for Council
to import a dozen or two more lamps.
Clerk of Council is now collecting
street duty and it may be for that very
An unusually large number of people
were in town on Monday, and the mud
was flattened and squeezed out consid
erably. Dark clouds above and dark
crowds below made up a heavy looking
This is the season for kite flying and
the boys are much interested in the
wind. Never mind the weather if the
wind don't blow, isn't worth a cent to
Young America now. "Blow, blow ye
breezes," is the cry.
Some few honest, good hearted souls
found refuge in this office on Monday,
and saved themselves from the wrath
to come by settling their dues. Happy
Iay for them.
ARRIVALS AT POOL'S HOTEL.-R. S.
Findley, Baltimore; J. S. Blalock, New
berry; M. S. T. Mynott, J. Sawyer,
renn.; R. N. Taylor, N. C.; J. Walk
.r, Boston; J. W. Williams, Newberry;
T. Rowley, N. Y.; D. Kibler, Prosperi
y; J. D. Meyer, Chaileston; J, F.
West, Winchester; John Willis, Edge
NEwBERRY, S. C., Feb. 5, 1876..
List of advertised letters for week ending
ebruary 5, 1876:
dams, Miss Laura Counts, Simeon
trchie.Miss Henrietta Jackson, Miss Mary
tbrams, L. D. M. IMclntire, G. P.
Ldams, Jno. F. Nesbat, Charles
lethel,.Walter Oden, Francis
lramley, E. M. Wicker,fMrs. Mollie
saldwell, Miss Addle A. E.
Jarter, Rev. Geo. H.
Parties calling for letters will please say
Eadvertised. B. W..BOONE, P. MI.
Medication is only successful when it is
ational, and it is rational only when it be
'ins at the beginning. In other words, to
are a malady, its cause must be removed.
Veakness,either general or local, is the origin
f the great maejorii,y of diseases. Reinforc'
hie vital energies, regulate digestion and se
retion, by strengthening the organs which
erorm those all-important functions, and
.yspe'psia, constipation, kidney and bladder
omplaints, uterine diffeicuties, impure cir
ulation, and the thousand and one ailments
rhich are the consequences of debility, are
ompletely, and in most cases permanently,
emoved. T be best, safest and most agreeable
anic and alte~rative that can be employed for
bis purpose is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
'le experience of twenty-five years, during
thich time it has outlived perhaps ten times
hat number of ephemeral preparations
rhich have entered into competition with it,
ave proved it to be unequaled as a remedy
r all disorders accompanied by or proceed
ig from weakness. 5-4t.
NEwEREu, February 8.-Cotton market
ntinues lively; some inferior grades brought
nly 5 cents; best grade command 111. Bales
Lipped during week 492.
LIVERPOOL, February 7.-Cotton dull and
asier-middling uplands 6 7-16; middling
NEW YORK. February 7.-Cotton weak;
les 915, at 13a13 3-16. Gold 1.121a1.121.
BALTIMORE, February 7.-Cotton dull
AUGUSTA, February 7.-Cotton dull and
CHA RLEsTON, February 7.-Cotton dull
1il LARG~EST ANB BST
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'
7[/R NIS8HIN6G 50GD 8
EVER EXHIIBITED IN NEWBERRY.
DRESS SUITS of finest qualities, at prices
accordance with the times.
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and all
BOYS' SUITS, $5 to $10.
all kinds and qualities.
lOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
BRO&ANS A SPECIALTY,
esides every other article kept in a first
class Clothing. House.
EEP'S CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS,
$16 PER DOZEN..
Examination of goods and prices solicit
RIGHiT & CJOPPOIJ.
Se p. 29, 39-tf.
.H.800OZER & P.E.W~ISE
Having associated themselves together,
>r the purpose of running a
First Class Saw Mill,
idlway between McNary's & Holly's Ferry
oads, and near Geo. Wise's residence, re
>ectfully call attention of the public to
esame.rn We have had lngo experience
1 Dry Goods X Miliners
CLEARING OUT. SALE,
FALL AND WINTER GOOD
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES
Who wants to make room for the Spring
Trade, and has determined to sacrifice hi
Winter Stock to that end. Without fear o:
contradiction the best goods fot the leasl
money can now be found on his counters.
DRESS GOODS less than N. Y. cos.
Ladies and childrens FELT JACKETS.
Ludies and childrens KNITTED JACK.
ETS, SHAWLS, HOODS, &c.-very oheap.
Gents, ladies ar,d childrens WOOL HOSE
and HALF HOSE, BLANKETS, QUILTS,
A large and elegant stock of CASSI
MERES, TWEEDS, JEANS, &c., all al
prices unsurpassed by any other house it
this city or elsewhere.
C. F. JACKSON-,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jan. 19, 3-tf.
NOW I8 THE TIME
for a large 32 Column Paper,
Every man in the County of
SHOULD BE A gUBSCRIBER I
Every man who has ever
lived here and has
SHOUL1D BE A SUBSGRIBER I
ALL Til (J9UNY NE1V
All Over, the State !
AND IS, THEREFORE,
A Good IMedium for Advertising.
For the Newberry Herald !
In the Newberry Herald !
IZILD BOOK STIN.
CIIAP 8TATIONE KY.
PENCILS, 5, 10,15 and 20 cents each.
COMMERCIAL NOTE, 10 to 20 cents per
PIRIES and REPP NOTE-superior qual
ty, 30 cents.
CENTURY NOTE-elegant-in bores.
ENVELOPES, 10 to 50 cents per bunch-all
WED)DING and INVITATION PAPER with
ENVELOPES to match.
INK, 5 cents and upwards-all colors,
black, blue, violet and red.
POCKET DIAREIES, 25, 50, 75 and $1.
BLANK BOOKS-Ledgers, Days and Re
cords, from 50 centsa up.
SLATES, 5 cents td 75.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS will
be sold at cost and carriage. Call at once.
BEST AND LARCEST
Assortment of NOTE, LETTER and BOX
PAYER to be found in Newberry.
All of which and more are to be had at
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Jan. 26, 4-tf.
CALL AND GET ONE
OI TRAED LW8:
FRANKP LEI' WEEKLY.
Iron, Steel, Plows, &c.
The subscriber has in store the largest and best variety of
PLOW, TIRE, BAND and HORSE SHOE IRON, PLOW and CAST
STEEL, HALF SHOVEL and BULL TONGUE PLOWS, DIX
ON COTTON SWEEPS, HEEL BOLTS, CLEVICES,
WAGON and TRACE CHAINS, HALTERS,
BACK BANDS, HAMES, &c.,
To be found in this City.
Has the Agency for the celebrated WATT PLOWS and the GRANGER FRIEND
PLOWS. The Granger Friend Plows 1 guarantee to give satisfaction or the price paid will
be refunded. All goods warranted as represented, and prices as low as the lowest.
All orders accompanied with the cash or satisfactory city references, will have prompt
and careful attention.
(TOI-IS C. DIAL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NEXT DOOR TO PERRY & SLAWSON'S CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE.
Jan. 24, 4-3m.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Carpets.
8 GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTABUSHMENT 8 ,
WM. D LOVE & 00,
COLUMBI.A, S. 0.
The name of our firm will be changed January 1, 1876, to that of
McCREERY, LOVE & CO.,
And in accordance with onr Semi-Annual Custom we will, on that date, MARK DOWN our
entire stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, etc., to "panic prices," to
make room for Spring Goods. During the month of January we will sell
Jeans, Tweeds, Cassimeres, etc., froni 121 cents per yard upwards.
Calicoes, a full line of Fast Madder Colors, at 61 cents per yard.
Calicoes, all of the best brands made, at 83 cents per yard.
Bleached and Brown Domestics, at lower prices than ever known before.'
Dress Goods at great bargains, to close out.
Black Alpacas, the best and most popular brands, at prices that will astonish you.
Notions, Laces, Embroideries, at unprecedented bargains.
Men's and Women's Underwear, Hose and Half Hose, below anything ever offered.
Men's Linen Bosom Shirts, at $15.00 per dozen, worth $30 00.
Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, etc., below cost of importation.
Checked Homespuns, Tickings, etc., at prices equal to cotton at 5 cents per pound.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Wall Paper, etc.
AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER MADE SINCE THE INTRODUCTION OF THESE
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT STOCK
Is a leading feature of our extensive establishment. In this department we have inaugura
ted the system of "small profits and quick sales." We have determined to give our custo
mers the best goods, trorn responsible manufacturers, at 25 per cent. less than inferior goods
have been sold to them, and in consequence our sales now far exceeds any house in this
line. You need only examine oar stock to be convinced. We sell shoes at from 20 cents
per pair upwards, but our Men's Brogans and Ladies' Shoes, at $1 to $1.25 per pair, will be
found equal to anything offered at.S1.50 to $1.75. We fully appreciate the hard times our
Planters have had, between short crops and low price of cotton, and are determined to do
our share in easing the burthen by selling goods at such prices as will make a little money
go a great way in supplying your wants. Call early and often to s-cure bargains at the
Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment of
M'CREERY, LOVE & CO.,
Jan. 5, 42-1y. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Clothing and Hats,
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
CLOTHING AND H AT HOU%.
We have received our stock of CLOTHING and HATS,
and we are now OFFERING BARGAINS in the same.
We have made up ourselves most of our fine goods, and
our customers can depend on getting a SUPERIOR AR
TICLE FOR A LITTLE MONEY.
It will pay any man to call on us before buying his
Clothing, our stock being unusually large and the CHEAP
EST ever offered to the public.
Goods sent C. 0. D. subject to inspection.
R. & W. C3. SWAFFIELD),
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
A FERTILIZER AND RENOVATOR OF LAND,
Prepared from the Xar1tunderlyinig the Phosphate Beds of So. Ca.
THlE CHEAPEST FERTILIZER YE'T OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
THE BEST FARMERS ENDORSE IT.
This Marl, containing Phosphate of Lime, Carbonate of Lime and Soluble Silicia, is far
superior to the celebrated Marls of virginia and New Jersey, of which millions of Tons are
used yearly, and have proved of immense benefit to those States. It affords the farmer thee
opportunity of enriching his lands at the lowest possible priOe.
PRICES.-$10 per Ton in Car-load lots of 8 tons
12 "in smaller quantities.
On Cars at Company's Works, on S. C. R. R.
Send for Cireulars. For sale by
RAVEN EL & CO.,
Jan. 26. 4-3m. - General Agenis, CillrRLTON, S. C.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO4
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE.
These well-known Manures of high grade, made under the supervision of Dr. St. J.
RAVENEL, are for sale at reduced prices on limited terms.
For descriptive cir culars, containmng full information and prices, apply to
E. H. FROST & CO., General Agents,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. C. WILFON & CO., Newberry, S. C.
WHEELER & MOSELEY, Prosperity, S. C.
POPE & CO., Ninety Six, S. C.
J. C. CANNON, Pomaria, S. 0. Jan. 24, 4-Sm.
C OT TON FOR GUANO.
A FAIR EXCHANCE.
TH12 CELEBRATED FERTILIZER,
WVILIJQL GIBBS & IJO.'8 MANIIJTIJ IIJAO
Is offered on the following LIBERAL TERMS: On Credit to 1st November, 1876,
with option of paying in Gotton on the basis of 17 cents for middling, delivered at Plant
er's nearest depot, (Planter paying expenses on Guano to destination,) per Ton, $70.00.
l'he advantage to the farmer in buying on these terms is plain, as he will know when
he buys the Guano, that 412 pounds Cotton, (middling) will pay for it, no matter how
low the price may be, and can make his calculations accordingly.
The quality of this Guano is UNEQUALLED, and has been thoroughly establishedb
by the use of the many thousand tons we have sold, Our Agents sell on same terms. a
WILCOX, CIBBS & CO.,
importers and .Dealers in Guano, Charleston, S. C., and Savannah, Ga.
For sale by LEAVELL & SPEARMAN, Agents at Newberry, S. C.
Jan. 26, 4-3m.
N TC .E. FRANK COE'S AMMONIATED
NOTIeCforBtNe sal UPteRPbovePldaTEl
Onte3Sa fMrhlet il make inen FT pZR e sholl Alwy kee f ar '
onte3Hdyoaachnx,Iwilmk n nTLZ , apowe e ant o tlwa s e
a settlement on the Estate of Mary R. a full supply on hand. Orders entrusted to st
Welch, deceased, and apply for a final dis- oh caersalme it hprompt attntion b
~ ti~ ih~ Prnhntj~ Cnnrt p~f NAWhAVVV! The merits otthls Fertilizer are too well
Dry Goods, Groceries, Nc.
D, B, WilU &O.
I BY OFFERING T
BOOTS AND SiOil
CILL AD BE 0NVINCEDf
D. B. Wheeler & Co
Have in store their
FALL AND WINTER STOCI
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
[a all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected with great eare.
The ladiep are invited to examilie our
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods
CASSIIERES AND PIECE GloDS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
Besides the above we have in store a fine
IIardware and Cutlery,
Saddles and Bridles,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLAllTATION WEAR,
&nd many other articles which it is need
ess to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD
JHE AP FOR CASH.
P. w. &LR S. CHICL
Sep. 22, 38-tt.
Prices to Suit the Times!
The citizens of Newberry and surrounld
nig Counties, are respectfully invited to
all at the store of
where Bargains May R lad
Pf All Qualities and Varietiese
Gentlemen's and Youths'
Fine and common.
TOGETHER WITH -4
lOOTS, SHOIL lAYL
All of which willibe sold
CHEAP FOR CASH T
Also, in store,
Of All Kinds.
My goods were bought favorablytd
~lected with great care especially for this
arket, and I am determined to give satis
etion, not- only in quality a.nd variety,
uit in prices, and all thatlI ask is an ex
nination of my stock before buying else.
I. F00T. 1
Oct. 18, 41-ti.
My place on Pratt street, 205 feet deep
id 85 feet front-room enough for 4hree
ores. Those who apply early can geto
rgain, forlIam going to se.
una. S --pp