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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Thos. V. W icker-Not'ce.
John Davenport-Notes Lost.
J. C. Leatv-Cowpiaint to SeI Land, &c
Herald Book SLore-Latest Novelties in
J. F. C. DaPre-1.000 Pots Choice Green
and Hot House Plants.
NOTICE.-Parties having pictures at
the Daguerrean gallery of Weeeler &
Cronenberg are requested to call and
take them away before Saturday ensu
ing. Those indebted are expected to
settle by that time as the gallery will be
closed on that day. it
W. J. Duffie, Bookseller, Columbia,
has a few Pianos and Organs of cele
brated makers to sell on the $10 per
month installment plan. Tiis is a first
rate chance to procure a good instra
HAwD TNES. MADE EAs.-One of
the great centres of attraction in the
city of Columbia. is the elegant and
well filled store of Messrs. Kingshand
& Heath, under the Columbia Hotel.
In this establishment everything in the
line of China, Glass, Crockery, Wood,
Tin and Iron Ware, Fancy Articles and
labor saving contrivances that the iin
agination of the liveliest housekeeper
can conceive of are to be found. And
one of the chief attraciions is that in
consideration of the hard times a person
with limited means- can be accommo
dated so satisfactorily that he will be
almost forced to believe that the times
are not so hard after all. 10-tf.
Several China Tea Setts, Vases, Toi
let Sets, and a good many other ari
cles, which will be sold at cost for the
next 30 days for Cash only. Cal soon
and secure bargains at
9-tf S P EC K'S JEWELRY S-tRE.
BLAwx L:ENs, &c.-Lien on C ops-For'n
1 and 2; Plan:3r's Speciu Con zact; Lien on
Crop with Mort;are; _\&e and Mo..nge of
Personal P.operLy; Conveyances of Real Es
tite; for sale at this office. 5
Luark. R. R. ScaEDu:E.-The Laurens
Ttain makes connection with the Gr:enville
pnsenger on Teesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdavs, and lea,es the hAI of tie Road at
8 o'clock A. M., and retuiag leaves New
be:-y after the dowa -..-eenvliie passenger.
THo3irsos, Dentist, over 2hifer's Store.
DEATHs.-MrS. Summers, while la
boring under an epileptic fit, fell into
the fire and was so severely burned that
death soon ensued.
APPOINTED.-J. W. Folk and D. R.
Phifer of this County have been ap
pointed Notaries Public by his Excel
lency Gov. Chamberlain.
NEW SHOP.-Mr. Edward Schoitz,
favorably known in this commnnity,
and for some- time absent North, has
returned and opened in the store next
to the Chick corner, where he is pre
pared to repair in a workmanlike man
ner, -watches, clocks, and jewelry at
- CniRy.-We regret to see that
the steps on the street side of Rosemont
Cemetery are in a 'most dilapidated con
dition. So much so that ladies find it
very diffleult to get into the enclosure
without help or an undignified resort oi
climbing the fence. A slight outlay
would put the steps in a decent condi
tion, and we hope that proper repairs
will be at once made. -
PROF, JOS. DENCK.-This eminentl
pianist will give a Concert this (Tues
day) evening, at the Female Academy.
Our praise can add nothing to his repu
tation. Our people have long~ desirei
to hear him, and will now, no doubt
avail themselves of the opportunity
he Concert is to commence at 8 o'clock
kets to be had at the door and at Mr
k's Jewelry Store.
NSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
. J. Carrington, S. N. C., to Samue.
wan. 288 4-10 acres, -$500.
J. Carrington, S. N. C., to Samue
owan, 292 7-10 acres, S1,595.
. J. Carrington, S. N. C., to Wm
ardlaw, Trustee for Mrs. Rosali
.mkins, 159 1-10) acres, $1,012.
ilson H. Dickert to John D. Shee
90 acres, $1,350. .
INTERESTING DoCUMENTS.-We ac
knowledge re.ceipt of several document
relating to State affairs ina New York~
such as the annual message of S. ~J
Tilden to tb~e State Legislature, togethe
with veto messages and other interesi
ing documents. Among the numberi
a pamphlet copy of the New York CIt
R:ng, its origin, rise and fall, discusse
in a reply to the New York Time~s, b
the aboved named distinguished get
tleman. We return thanks for th
STABBED.-A negro girl about fiftee
years of age, who had be.en stabbed
the arm and head by one of her schoo
mates at Helena, was lead into town o
Thursday by her father, a distance <
over one mile, he holding up her arn
to stop the fiow of blood. She presente
an ugly appearance-eye swollen an
bloody, and dress all matted with gor<
The father stated that the girl who con
mitted the deed had no provocation, hr
just ran up to his claughter and mac
the deadly assault, but tbis must I
taken with a grain or two of allowane<
Dr. Mayer, Jr., who dressed the wound
pronounced them slight.
To LOVERS OF RAnE FLOWERS.
We take pleasure in inviting atte-ntic
to the advertisement in this paper
Mr. DuPre, of Abbeville, a gentlem:
who is too well known to need endors
ment at our hands. He offers a lar;
variety.of rare and beautiful plar
propatgated by himself, and therefo
adapted to this climate, and all of whi
are guaranteed to be pure, and
r~~4pp& too. which nlace them in ra
A very spunky young lady-not ir
Newberry-writes as follows, and a
the cap does not fit any one in this edi
torial department, we have no objectior
to give her animated views to th<
'-Those editors who are decrying th
'pull back' skirt, and seeking to bri1
ridicule on the fair sex, would do wel
to look at home and mend their owr
foolishness. They should stop colorm
their whiskers, padding their shouldei
wearing box-toed sboes, and eating
cloves for the-toothache (?). Let then
'pall back' on some of their shortcom
ings first, before they read the ladie4
fearful lectures on vilat is evidently
good one." -
CALA3ITY.-We have been informe(
by a subscriber living at Ridgeway
that a highly respected colored mar
named Harry McMekin, in that neigh
borhood, had his barn bu.ned. togethei
with four males, two horses, and all o
his farming implements, geav-ng, 1ougl
food. &c., about two weeks ago. Th(
fire was 02e work of an incendiary, anc
no doubt by the hand of one cf his col
ore:l brei.hren, who was jealoas of hi,
success and good standing. It is a pit.
that some of these midnight burner
and murderers could not fall into th<
hands of Judge Lynch. They do no
deserve t; jal or hanging by the slov
and uoce,-Lain process of law. Thel
should be hung to the first Lee.
A DESIDERAmI11,-Mr. John Elkins
of Alston, presented us on Wednesdai
last, with one of his patent Whifietrees
which we think the best invention o
the tiie. By its use a horse can be in
stantly released from a buggy and raz
his legs off if disposed to, without dam
age to the occupants of the vehicle. I
is not only a safe thing for rouawal
horses, but it will also prove a grea
coniev-ence where the animal has to bi
lefl standing, as the d.-iver on aligho;
can detach him from the buggy withou
any trouble or loss of time. We wil
not at.empt a dese.piion of this ver;
useful article, but will take pleasure ij
showing itto the readers of the HE.A U
Walk up stairs and ask to see Elkir
._u.oHON N -T OuBLE.-News of
distressing character has reached u
from Mollohon-the blackberry cro
will be a failure, the late cold sna
proving too much for the advanced cox
diton of the vine. Oair informant say
that the farmers bad built their hope
on this c--op, and this with the lossc
corn which had been planted, will thro'
them on cotion, which they will now g
for with redoubled vim. Though sortE
ly <distressed at Lhe thought of missia
their main stay, beeries- they feel th:
all is not lost while they have codo
seed and free laoo-. Our sympainie
are much enlisted for Lhe Mollohonite;
and especially for one who is blesse
with six young Mollohonites all beahIb
and with number one appeUites. W
tt ust iat he'r fears willnot be 1eal izei
Th3 HON. ALE.NANDER H. STE'"BEN
:ers Gtobe Fiowe - Couch Sy:op to sus:ai
hs Throat and Lans is makuog his rea
Civil RWgats speeeni:
Washington, D. C., Dec. 26, 10.3.
Dr. J. S. Pemberron-Dear Sir: P'.ea ;s set
me th,ee bo:;ics of your Globe Flower Syri
by Dr~. Samuel Bard. Yours ii alv,
'ALEXANDER H. STEPE ENS.
Dr. J.S.Pember on-De .r Sir: The Glot
Fower Sy--up daiy received Many thank~
It has proved a most valuable semne'Jy to m
ALEXANDER H. STEPF'ENS.
Go-e Flower Cough Sf'rap caires Cold
Cow tus, Bron cais, Hoa:seness, Astboi
Wnoo-.ig Coii5h, Croup, Pler-:"y, P'ari ai
S eness in ue B.cast, am, will posiuve
c: a~ Cor wm!ptionl. We shali pu2blish in t.
H..': , Testimonials of great and goC
meu of ime 1XTGoa1, whose words cannot1
doubted, in'-resa'-d t) the meri:s of G10
Fowe.- Sy -:9. We p.~r :o let ibe m spea
Globe Finer Sr..:p for sale by Dr. S.
Fat, Newoe- .
Read t'ee "C" - as Story"-aree athis Dri
THE JUDGESHi.-Hofl. L. C. N0
throp was commissioned and qualifi'
-on Saturday last, as Judge of the Se
enth Circuit, vice Montgomery Mose
- .removed. He was at first elected
3 this Circuit to fill the vacancy th:
,would occur in August next, accordiF
.to the regular course. His appoir
r ment nowv is to the unexpired tern
- That Judge Northrop will give satisfi
s tion there is every reason to belie
y from the favorable notices wich ha
al from time to time been given him
y the press, and we congratulate him
e In this connection we state that t
recent change made in the time
holding Court, will give us terms
January, May and October. The fi
M onday in May, therefore, will be 1
ntime for the first regular term.
On Monday last the petit jury w
called and dismissed in accordance w
d this change.
pleasure of a visit from the Rev. G
M. Boyd, of the Columbia Circuit, a
t a resident of the growiug town of Rid
e way on the Charlotte, Columbia
e Auusta R. R. Although he has a w
field and hard work, we are glad
noce that he was looking well.
Mr. C. H. Beard, the good looki
-anl efficient commercial traveler
n the cigar house of Perry & Slaws
of popped in on us last Thursday, and:
mf with a promise to call again in a wee
re Mr, Edward Scholtz, formerly of
i s jewelry house of J. F. Speck, and
re of New York, is again a resident of
h thriving town of Newberry.
at Mr. McD. Metts, travelling for
'~h large and popular shoe house bf P14
1NEWB~ERRY COLLEGE.-The celebra
5 tion of tfie Anniversary of the Phfena
- kosmian Literary Society of Newberry
College on Friday, the 17th -inst., of
3 which a,i interesting account is given
in the Walhalla Corrier, was an occa
sion which atforded much gratification
to the friends of the College. The
speakers and subljects were as follows:
Mr. J. Brooks Wingard, from Lexing
ton County, S. C. Subject-the affirma
tive of the question-"Will the Govern
ment of the United States fall into decay
as have the great governments of an
Mr. William J. Neville, from Oconee
County, S. C. Subject-the negative
of the above.
Mr. John C. Watkins, from Anderson
County, S. C. Subject-"The Centen
We gather from the Courier with
satisfaction that "each acquitted himself
with immense credit to himself and
pleasure to the audience, as were
evinced by the profound attention paid
to the speakers while on the rostrum,
as well as by the hearty bursts of ap
plause and lovely bouquets, only less
beartiful, we venture the assertion, to
t the enviable recipients than the fasci
naLing eyes that charmed and drew
them from the earth, with which they
were greeted on retiring."
Bilious headaches, or such as arise hrom a
disoikevd condit:on of the ston-ch and liv
e', usually u'ect one s:de of ibe head, most
commonly over one eye, and inc -easing to
an acute aad oftea th:obbing pain; o,ten ac
- companied with feel'as of sicL:aess and
i vomiting, prodacng langaor and den.ession
- of s)i.:*s. For this distressing comp(a-rt
t tAe a bottie of MERR'Ss ANTI-B-0o&S
Pr.sca rn.ON Ht,AT:XE, for tne !iver and
stomac!i, and receive immediate relief. F*,v
t doses for oae dol:ar, two cenis per dose;
I cheaper than pills, and free from calomel.
For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant. M 15, 11-1m
1 THE MARKET.-A visit to .the mar
ket on Saturday morning brought tears
I to the eves of this local. The butchers
were melancholy, but fortanately there
were only two on duty, snd one of these
stood under the leafless branches of a
tree, scraping the mud from his shoes.
a The meat looked blue and water-logged.
It had rained heavily during the night,
P aind the plank roofs had let the 'Water
P through just as easy as if these honest
beef purveyors had failed to.pay rent.
s It was a sad sight. Inside the stills the
s ground floor had softened under the in
fluence of the leak into slop. The
butchers were not the only mourners,
for the cheap boarding house women
were in deep grief and smoke. Their es
tablishments looked wet, stoves smoked,
Lt the lard with which they fried No. 4
mackerel splattered, their fritters would
snot rise worth a cenit, and their boardere
~unfeelingly called for planks to keei
d their No. 10 brogans out of the mud.
To say that' our sympathies wert
e aronsed feebly expresses what we fell
while the sufferers pressed around and
s begged us to call the attention of th
City Council to this matter, and prevai
on them to cover the market with shin'
gles. We trust that the.petii,ion of the
market tenants will be heard, especiall3
d now that shingles are so cheap.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The weather is anything but Spring
e The only thing which can be borrow.
s, We know it is trying to love some
a, body and see that somebody washing
iwindows for another man, but our ad
e vice is to keep cool.
> L-cal news is scarce this week-n<
e minstrels, no cough candy or glue men
eno monkeys, Italian harpists or Afriear
.fiddlers, and what is worse there is n<(
~Vegetable growers are in gloom
bright prospects have been blasted
r- But they are. admonished to "try, tr:
d again."~ Plenty of seed can be ha<
, The HERALD Book Store keeps u]
to with all the latest and prettiest noveltie
at in note paper. Some beautiful.pattern
ig just received. Call and examine.
t- Wood has again become an article c
'commearce. From payin1g tubscription
.c- with it, it is exchanged for provision
ye and dry goods. Some men would pa
ye potage with it adeventae,b
yPostmaster Boone and Treasurer Smit
o have received no instructions from head
equarters to take pay in that shape.
hr .The latest thing' out is a darkey asi
i ng Smith to knock 40 cents off his tay
m The whole amount was $2.40. Hie
rt not a subscriber to-the HERALD.
Speaking of the HERALD, if this par
ae graph strikes the eye of a man who:
ith not a subscrilgr, it Is respectfully sus
gested that this is the best time for sen<
ing in your name. Everything of ir
:he terest is going to happen this year.
so. It is sad to contemplate, but none ti
nd less true, that the merchants of th
e- town are afraid to.tell the people wh:
nd they have on hand. Somebody mig1
de want to buy, you knowv.
o Pneumonia or influenza has prevaih
to a great extent among children
ngg this town of late. Adults, also, ha'
for suffered to some extent.
o, The Georgia Mmnstrels are on the
left legs once more. One of the head m<
k s came back on Wednesday and redeer
ed their instruments. There is
the chance now for another brass band.
te Wheat was injured to some extent 1
the the late cold snap, but it is thought t
edamage was slight.
Whthe' h,~~rs omayg
There is no decrease in the charming
fashion known as the pin-back. Milk
maids have adopted it with the best re
Tli&still will not believe that we
have a live Alligator-and think that it
was an idle tale. Seeing is believing,
however, and another doubter has been
Blank Liens of all kinds on hand and
for sale at this office.
Job work executed in the neatest
style, on the promptest time, and at
cheapest prices. Call, be convinced
and leave your orders at this oflice.
iNew lot printing Stationery just receiv
Subscribers are paying up with re
markable promptitude, for which we.
return hearty thanks. A few more
subscribers will be gladly received.
We do not despair of better times,.
when papers are subscribed and paid
The farmers of Newberry have buck
led down to their work in real good
earnest. If ever they meant business
they do so now, and we trust they will
have good crops and money to spare
Giles Gray, a colored man, died on
the 11th inst., at Prosperity from wounds
received by falling into a trestle while
on his way to see Thompson hanged.
We are pleased to learn that Mr. A.
J. Livingston, who lately received in
juries by his horse running away, is
rapidly recovering. His horse took
fright at the Laurens train and ran a
considerable distance, finally throwing
him into a creek of water.
The public square presented as lively
an appearance on Monday last as if it
had been a sale-day occasion. There
was a smari sprinkling of cotton on the
market and buyers were animated.
Sunday last was a charming day, and
the various churches open were well
The store formerly occupied by A. D.
Lovelace, and.so longed closed, is hap
pily opened, its wide-spread doors in
vite entrance, and the bright sunlight
shining in dispels the previous gloOm.
It is pleasant to look aeross from our
sanctum and see it opened.
The Messrs. Harris,'father and son,
are the kings of Amasoka; they occupy
more territory and make the biggest
diplay of any other me~n in Newberry.
Two furnittire ware-roomsja lavge cabi
net manufactory-where any and all
kinds of wood work is neatly and expe
ditiously executed-and a confectionery
establishment. They are certe inly pre
pared to accommodate the public va
riously. Our thanks are tendered for
The voice of the turtle dove is again
heard in the land, the air is laden with
pungent odours of all the approved va
rieties of fertilizers, farmers are busy,
cotton brokers are making calculations
as to the future, bacon is going up,
mechants and farmers are expectant,
boys and girls are eating Philopenas
tgether, and the Newberry HERALD is
still offered at the low rate of $2.50.
There is nouse for despond.ency under
-At the esalsmn of Messrs. Kings
land-& Heath,. Columbia, can be found
Croquet Sets in boxes for $2,50, also
setts of 4 balls and 4 bats in paper bags
only $1,25 ; Mocking Bird Cages ; Ca*
nary Bird Cages ; Picture Frames from
5cts upward ; Children's Carriages ;
Bristol Board Mottoes, marked ready
for working, only 20cts.
Read McCreery, I.3ve & Co.'s new
advertisement in to-day's issue. This
enterprising house sells goods lowex
than any other house in the United
-States, and they propose to offer extra
ordinary bargains during the next fif
teen days. If you want Dry Goods,
I arpets, Boots or Shoes, now is the tim
to gather up your spare change and cal.
y on them. You will receive good atten
a ion and cheap goods.
NEwBERRY, S. 0., Ma -. 25, 1876.
f Lst of adve ;:sed letters for week end;D:
Marc a 25, 1876:
Brock. S--., Jos. Myed eid
s Davis, Maria J. Nac,ac
G:!;iam, Sallie T. Pr,W..
Giymph, Ma'y Rbeso,and
t Livinston, A. J. Wiam,JesH
Moss, Joo. A. Wce,Nr
Partijes call-.ng forleesw1paesa
if ave:~sc. May.BOel , P.lind
C. W. Mwer, rio rs. W. Asi a
W~. . C..v'eR3. benCso, CMarinda
lLraloD A.ata Jo.Wis, Eame H.d
:~lok,.Ne ie ;T.J.Wice, Noae~vi
ifaderti d. RMdia, W. H.ONE,dP.O(
C. W.err, Main; Mrs. lce Austi an
am;C.yA Mina; D. mnPaoe, N.ltrC;
scNY:r., C..:!s. . Cas, C; . Cu
HA.rason, A.Jna Jeoo.ir Bait!imore Edefil
Saus Pney at no A.. x:i1, r . E
iTe.; T. J. Madign, . BH.n Redwo
. eard,U.CobSa C.nGo. Pce . (
dootei, Ln-- ;Ge.AkisnuRcmn
oa C hA.h ame, ilngodae, . C
B.ee Heromp J.eC. Bodeenv:ll~e,ee S.C;ig
cNi:, Cost C.edI Chased tS.oug; t.e Cmr
disAofaa;oni. Wsimeran, altiamongre;d
it Rc.neCaote ot clss HO'eitDr
IlSPope,~ T.iJ. Mc assy, JE Beron a P;
emien EpplaU:oCe. C.;nss Ge. . ers
o a throag wet-reo disese or oe
ngee prornpt einbremert Roenwed fig
ianisyos speediyots plie throughthzenm
iem en a thei stimdant, iniafnd aon meds
cniina rsourcs ofvgo hand cla; otette
c- ,ombice Boirersd a~tve deserti alp
oninent pane invauabes heier consi
10 stionl or eisn o d-serase of rnove
fatigae, caanot be better compensated fa
than by a leaort to this pri-ne siten,then11
)y cordiel. T he enfeebled invalid, the convale
1e cent and the aged and infirm find that it is i
unfailing source of vigor and comfort. I
combined tonic and alterative properties all
constitute it an invaluable rem-d.v for mt
NEwhExiy, S. C., March 28.-Cotton
market buoyant, with advance in p-*ee, clos
ing,at 12. Low grades sold during week at
8-.. Bales shipped.since last report, 575. .
LCV-SPOOL, Marcia 27.-Cotton steady
m'dlng uplands 6 9-16; middl'ng Orleans
Nsw Yoi ., March 27.-Cotton dull, saes
1.384, at 13Ja13 9-16. Gold 1.13jal.14.
BA rnxorr, March 27.-Cot.on firm
CHARLES.ON, March 27.-Cottan qa;et
AEGUSrA, March 27.-Cotton qaiet and
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Edward W. Marshall, Survivor, etc., Plain
tiff, vs. Langdon C. Kibler.-Execution.
By viri,ue of the above stated Execution,
to me direcoed. I will sell at public outcry
at Newberry Court House. on Monday, Sale
day, the 3d day of April next, A. D. .s76, ihe
following property, to-wit: One Lot in the
town of krog Level, bounded by lots of Seas
and Soudemyer. Also, one Lot, bounded
bv lots of D. Kibler and J. M. Kibler. Also,
two Horses, one Eng and one Wagon.
Levied on ,a&he property of L. C. Kibler.
Terms of sale cash.
11-st. J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Franklin Snow & Co.. vs. J. M. Kibler.-Ex
By virtue of sundry c:ecu,ions to me di
rected. I will sell, at public oui cry, at New
berry Court House. South Carolip a, on Mon
day, Saleday, the 3d day of April next, the
following property to-wit: One Horse, one
two-horse Wagon, One Store-house an( Lot
cotaining S of an acre, more or less,bound
ed by lands of Fed Do niuie, and McNary
road, front by Broad street. Also, ore
House and Lot, S of an acre, more or less,
bounded by lots of J. A. Bedenbaugh, L. C.
Kibler and others. Also, one Lot, I of an
acre, more or less, bounded by lots of Geo.
Fellers and others. Levied on as the pro
per;y of J. A. Kiblrr. Terms of sale cash.
1-St J. J. CARINGTON, S.N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of P-oba; e of Union Couny.
Joseph E. Cofield, Adm7r., vs. Anna Cofield.
George Coield, et al.
Ey vii ue of an order o' sa'd Court, to me
directed in the above stated action, I will
sell, at public outcry, at Newberry C. H., S.
C., on So le-day.the 3d day of April. A. D.
lSi;, the foliowing property of the Estate of
Thomas- H. CoAel(, dec d.: One Tract of
Land, silua.ed, in said County and State,
coniaining Thiirteen Acres, more or less,
adjoining ihe lan%ls lae of James Epps.
Also, One Teract of Land containing Fiaty
Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of the
Estate of Ema nuel Oxner.
Terms of sale-Cash.
11-St J. J. CARRDNGTON, S. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
The South Carolina Loan and Trust Compa
ny, vs. Gall man & Reid.-Execution.
By'virtue of the above s;;ed Execuilon,
to me directed, I will seli, at public outcry,
at Newberry C. H., S. C., on Monday, Sale
ay, the 'id ilay of April next, A. D. i876. the
following -property, to-wit: Six Hundred
Acres of Land, more or less, bounded by
lands o' M. T. Epps, Ja,mes Moore, Elizabeth
Gallman and others. Levied on as the pro
perty of J. J. Gallman Terms of sale cash.
1-3t J. J. CARRINGT ON, S. N. C.
Pu1'suant to an order of His Honor James
C. Leahy, Judge of Probate, I will sell, at
the residence of the late John F. Golding,
dec'd., all of his PERSONAL PROPERTY,
Household and Kitchen Fur
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths'
On Wednesday, April 5th, 1876.
NANNIE M. L. GOLDING,
Adr's, of John F. Golding, dec'd.
Mar. 22, 1'2 2t.
U. S.INTERNAL REVENUE
MAY 1, 1876, TO~ APRIL S0, 1877.
The Revised Statates of the Uni.ed Stai-es:
Secions :i2:22. 027, 3-:3 and Ll2,. require ev
ery person e'iaged in any-busness, avoca
tion, or em4ploymfent which renders him ha
ble to aSPECIAL TAX, TO PROCURE ANl
PLACE CONSPICUOUSLY IN HIS EST&B
LISHMENT OE PL.ACE OF BUSINESS a
STA MP deno,ing the payme at of said SPE.
CAL TAX for thie Special Tax Year beg..n
ning May 1, 4876, befo..e commencing or con
tinimg business ailer April li0, 1876.
TEE 'rAxEs E.MBRACED WNLlN 'i:eE PROve
sIONS OF 'HE LAW AEOVE QUOTED
AIIE TeE FOMOWiNG, viz:
Rectfers..............- -------- ----400
Dealers, re'Lail Uconor.............. 25 Ct
Deaers, whrolesple liquor.......... 1C) 04
Deale.s'ia malt lioos, wholesale.... 50 C
Deale s in matt ]iquo:S, rel-------20 04
Deaees in1e'all obacco.......----.-.25 00
,Real dealers in leaf iobacco......500 04
And on Sales of over $1,C30, fid\y
cents for every dollar in excess
Dealers in mafnjaci.ore tobacco... 5 0(
Man~facte:s of stil's............ 50 ,
And ior escti still mauutaciured.... 20 0(
A nd for each worin manufactu:ed.. 20 0(
Manufc, ntrerO ;obacco.......... 10 0(
Ma au s'a~.c....e.so...'ga-........... 10 0
Pe& e.s os tobacco, frsi. class (more
than Ewo horses or Os her animals)..- 50 0(
Pedlers o0 Iobacc-o,seconldclass (two
horses or o.her anials).......... 25 04
Pedders of iobacco, third c]ass (one
horse or o. her animal)........... 1.5 0
Peddlers of tobacco, fouriih cla.ss (on
foot or public conveyance)......... 10 C
Brewers of less tha n 500 barrels..... 0 0
Breweis of 500 b.arrels or more...10 C
A ny poisoni so liable, .who shall fail '<
coinl)y W;th the io; egoing requirements
will be subject to0 severe penalt ies.
Persons or hims Iiab)le to pay any of thb
Special Taxes named above must apply '<
L. CASS CA lCPENTER,. Collector o? Interna
Reveae at Columbia. S. C., and pay for an<
orocuje Ihe Special-Tax Stamnp or Stamp
tey need, prior to0 May 1, 1076, and WITB8
OUT E URTHER NOTICE. D .PAT
Commissioner of Iaternal Revenue.
OFFICEOF 1N 'EnNAL. REvENCE,
WAS5HiNG 'ON, D. C., February 1, 1870.
Mar. ?34; t-12, 14, 16. 17.
A FINE SPANISH JTACK, as ever cam
Sfrom -Tennesse-e, will stand at Jalapa fo
the coming season. A SURE FOALDEli
J. WM. FOLK & CO.
,PAST DUE SCHOOL CLAIMS
.All persons holding School Pay Certif
Lcates, issued prior to the 1st day of Noven
~,ber, 1874, whether the same have bee
!*registered or not, are hereby required t
j.register them, with the undersigned, 00 c
Sbefore the 1st day of May next, when
,.pro rat.a distri'.ution of the funds applic
ble to such claims will be made. By
joint Resolution of the Legislature, appro
ed March 2d, 1876, said registration is ri
quired, and all claims not so registere
dwithin the rime aforesaid, will not partic
~'pate in the said prc-rating .
HARRY B. SCOTT,
School Commissioner, N. C.
sMarch 21st, 1876-12-5t.
I will apply for final discharge as Al
gministrator of the Estate of George ]
SAmick, dec'd., to the Co,rt of Probate fi
SNewberry County, on the seventh rlay
iOArl 8 6
Api-, J1876.MCK dmr
m..a a em 10-2
Dry Goods, Groceries, Sc.
NEW AND SAFE DEPARTURE
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, until a clear
ance is effected, without regard to cost,
Woolen Goods of all kinds,
Mens' and Boys' Clothing, &c.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!
MY STOCK OF
Is full and complete, and will be. SOLD
LOW FOR CASH.
Graniteville Shirting, Sheet
ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted 150 proof, and as good as
any oil sold.
FISH AMMOTIATED PHOSPHATE.
This justly ceTebrated Fer.ilizer has ac
quired a reputation which places it in the
I am prepated to fui it in any quanui
ties and on the most HiI terms, and wil
taepeasure in sbowing testimnonials i.e.
eived nom different parties who have used
it. M. FOOT.
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
D. B WHEELER & CO.,
I -INITIATE |
| BY OFFERING I
IIJTO T0i1ERS I
CJILL AND BE IJONIINCEB.
D. B. Wheeler & Co.
Jan.:2, 2 -tf.
Have in store their
FALL AND WINTEST0R
SBOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
eand has been selected with great care.
rThe ladies are invited to examine our
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods,
CASSIMERES AND PIECE GOODS
nOf all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
oBesides the above we have in store a fine
iardware and Cutlery,
aSaddles and Bridles,
- Trunks or all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
Ad many other articles which it is need.
less to mention.odsWLBESI
CHEAP FOR CASH.
-P. W. &R.S. CHICL.
Sep. 22, 38-tf.
~r STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
f' COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COTJRT.
t.Administrators, Executoi-s, Guardian:
- ad T...,mes, will take notice that th~
Dry Goods, Boot
Will Open, on Mondi
AT GREATLY RI
And during the next fifteen da.
Dry Goods, Hats, Ca
AT lower prices than ever before offered, 1
vav. Your attention is direcied to the follov
e:ticles we propose to sell you AT A BARGJ
50 pieces new style DRESS GOODS, at 11 ce
5 cases WAMSUTTA BLEACHED MUSLN,
50 dozen Ladies' ele-ant new style TIES, at
5 cases WHITE PIQUES, at 12J cents per ya
5 cases PRINTS. fast colors, warranted, at 5
30 c'ases good sLyle PitINTS. warranted, at E
2 cases yard wide CAMBRICS, at 10 cents po
25 pieces GRASS CLOTHS. all colors, at 10 c
All of Lhe newest styles and best biands of
Brown, Bleached and Plaid Homespuns at
Our stock of BOOTS. SHOES, H ATS A'ND C.
The best assortment of TRUNKS, SACHEL
enti::e stock of CARPETS, OIL CLOTH
vill be ciosee out and below cost.
The above will convince you that the place
the Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment.
Now is your time to secure BARGAINS. C
Mar. 29, 42-ly. COLUMB
SPRING OPENING 0]
,T.. ~E-T ~EI
DRY GOODS A
OIL CLOTHS, MILLINEI
MAIN STREET, 4
Long C'oths............ om Gj a 15c.
B-own Sh!:ii-1S.......-...om 61 a 10c.
Pints.................rom 5 a ?Dc.
Check'd and S,Ip'd HoTcsps f om -- a 12c.
Ginghams............... . 1rom 10c. up.
Zr AND EVERY ArTICLE KEP-' IN A F1 RS' CL
SEWING M&CIN;, ATTACHEENTS, NE
Mar. 15, 11 -tf. .
Dry Goods $ eiinern
CLEARING OUT SALES
FLL An INTER G DS
THE L.EADER OF LOW PRWUS!
Who wants to make room for the Spring
Trade, and has determined to sacrifice his
Winter Stock to that end. Without fear of
contradiction the best goods for the least
money can now be found on his counters.
DRESS GOODS less than N. Y. cost.
Ladies and childrens FELT JACKETS
Ladies and childrens KNITTED JAC:
ET, SHAWLS, HOODS, &c.-very cheaI.
Gents, ladies ar4i childrens WOOL BlOSt
and HIALMiefSE, BL~ANKETS, QUILTS,
A large and elegant st ock of CASSI
MEES, TWEEDS,- JEANS, &c., all at
prces unsurpassed by any ot.her house it
this city or elsewhere.
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRIGES,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jan. 19, 3-tf.
THE LARGEST AND BE8
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'
Fl N I SH IN 5OO0D S
EVER EXHIBITED IN NEWBERRY.
DRESS SUITS of finest qualities, at price
in accordance with the times.
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and al
BOYS' SUITS, $5 to $10.
all kinds and qualities.
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS
BROGANS A SPECIALTY,
Besides every other article kept in a firs
class Clothing House.
KEEP'S CELEBRATED HALF-MALE SHIRTS
$16 PER DOZEN.
Examination of goods and prices solicit
WRIGIHT & CJOPP1JCL
Sep. 29, 39-tf.
COME AND SEE
Sims' Star Seed Planter ani
I will take pleasure in showing it, an
believe I can sell you one. Drills cottc
beautiully and will save you labor a
through 'the season. Puts your guan
down in any quantity desired. Plants cor
1, 2, 3 or 4 feet apart; also peas. Dril
Iany small grain, wheat, rice, &c. Band c
machine will not run off. Coverers covy
'splendidly. No casting about the Plante
Any ordinary mechanic can make thet
This machine will save the labor of or
horse and two hands.
Apply for terms to
'L. R. MARSHALL,
N. B.-Agents wanted in every Count
Mar. 15, 11-tf.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnai
The Cincinnati Gazette makes the asto
ishing announcement that Cincinnati be
is no longer pure, but adulterated with ii
lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and ti
poisonous colchicum3. The Commission
of Agriculture, in his report for 1805, sa
ta Parf Manes of New York. analyz
s, Shoes, Carpets.
LOSE & CO,
iy, Marcji27, 187-.
s will seu- t lrentire sN
ps, Boots an Shoes
make room forlarge shipments now on the
7ing partial price list of a; few of the many
ts per yard.
at 124 cents per yard.
25 cents each.
cents per yard.
4- cents per yard.
eni s per yard.
Prints will be sold at 81 cents per-yard.
proportionately low prices.
A.26 at a general reduction of 20 per cent.
, LUNC1 AND MARKET BARK TS In the
3, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER,'&c.
Lo get cheap goods and good attention is- at
til earry and often.
mOVE & CO.,
IA, S. C.
F NEW DRY GOODg
RETAI' DEALER DT
LY, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,
'0LUMBIA, S. C.
Cotionades. ...........from 12v up
Jeans..... .............fiom 12c. up,
Dress Gords. ............from ee. up.
Hosiery, Gloves, etc........at all prices
ASS DRY GOODS HOUSE AT CORRESPONDIGT
EDLES, OI, .ETC., ALWAYS ON HA.
Doors, Sash and BNu&.
EBnuiage- Ho e.' -Peco -
EO. S. HCKR
CHARLESTON, S. .C..
- Throni'DORy BASH and BIIND
FACTORY owned and managed by a Carom
Tinian inti iy Alt woi-k guaranteed.
Always on hand a large stock of DOOBS,
SASH, BLINDS. MOULDINGS,.BR&CK
ETS, SCROLL and TURNED WORR<pf
GLASS, WHITE LEAD3 and BUELD
DRESSED LUMBER and - FLOORD ~G
delivered in any pa;t of this State.
The Scholastic Year consists of two Ses
sions. The first Session 'fr6m the 1st-of
!October to the 15Sth of February ; the seec
oud from the 15th of February to .tha 56dt
ITERMis PEE SE.SsION, IN'-ADVANcE
SAcademic Department........ .15 00)
Collegiate I epartmeint..........25 00
Contingencies................:, 2 00
ExTRA STCDIES, (optionaL)
Use of Instrument......... 2 0
Drawing and Painting.......10 00
Ornamental Work............. 10 00
Pupils in all of the Departments have
the advantages of daily Calisth-enic exer
Board, (including Washing, Fuel and
tLights,) $15.00 per month, payable quar
terly in advance.
Pupils from abroad alidwed to board ia
privatte families of relatives and friends
when requested by patrons;- but such p,n
Spils must be subject to the rules and regu
lations of the College.-:.
It is important to pupils that they be en
'tered at the beginning of the Session, and
that their studies be not interrupted by un
necess.erv absences. No deduction for. ab
sence except in case of protracted illness.
Pupils must be subject at all times to
, egulaios in deportment as well as in
'For further particulars, apply to
JAMES F W,
j Lauren3rille, S. C., Jan. 28, 1876. 6-3m
IODIDE OF AMMONHA
Cures Neuralgia, Faceiche, IheuIat
rtism, Gout, Frosted Feet, (Chbiu
rSore Throat, Bruises or Wounds o
-ever v kind in me:' or aninial.
e -GILES' IODIDF. OF AmONIlAS 0 7
ever pt before the blie. Ibave-beej ae
flce with this tei le disease ?or32ye.s,
and never until I fell unon Mr. Giles' reme
dy did I find an assured relief,- I (eke
Y pleasure in sayia~ this, inasmuch as I de
sire always to be a-hene&ctor of the annana
* ai anof-the MethoditCuc tel
- Sod byal.DE D. S. F. FANT Sh
n- Mar. 8, 10-1m.
ys All creditors of Reubin S. Chick, dec'9d.,
ed are hereby required to render t.heir de
n .. ~l"tS-. ed, to me'or my &tti