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P .Special and Local.
1NDZX TO NEw ADvERTIsEMENTS.
A. D. Lovelace-Guano.
Geo. Woods & Co.-Parlor Organs.
Poole & Hunt-Steam Engines, Water
Henry D. Fraser-South Carolina Medical
W. J. Duffie, Bookseller, Columbia,
has a few Pianos and Organs of cele
brated makers to sell on the $10 per
month installment plan. This is a first
rate chance to procure a good instru
Han Tnms MADE EAsy.-One of
the great centres of attraction in the
city of Columbia, is the elegant and
well filled store of Messrs. Kingsland
& 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. im
agination of the liveliest housekeeper
can conceive of, are to be found. And
one of the chief attractions 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.
The address to the Policy Holders of the
Piedmont vud Arlington Life Company, will
prove an inteiesting-and valuable paper to
all paries who ar., iaterested in zhe subject
of H1 Jeinsurane, and especialli to the patrons I
oifi, strong and prosperous Virginia Com
pa.. '- Daring the past nine (9) years it has
made m-&ny f.iends throughout the country,
and it- success in 1E/5-despite the troubles
of the Cme--is most gratifyis.
This Comipany showa a saiplus on a di
per cent. basis of over $20,000, on a6per
cent. basis S7O,O0, and assets amounting
to 227,, .62. These figures speak well
China Tea Setts, Vases, Toi
and a good many other arti
bich will be sold at cost for the
t 30 days for Cash only. Call soon
ud secure bargains at
9-tf SPECK'S JEWELRY STORE.
Attention school girls and boys and 3
for violet, blue and black inks,
books, spellers, readers, geogra
phies, dictionaries, pencils, slates, &c.,
a large lot of which just received at 1
H An Book Store, up stairs over I
. Harmon's store. 41-tf.
BrAxx Lrms, &c.--Lien on Crops-form
I and 2; Plantr's Special Con ract; Lien on
Crop with Mortgage; Note and Morgage of
Personal Property; Conveyances of Real Es
tae; for sale at this office. 2-tf.
- LauzzNs R. R. ScmEm.E.-The Laurens
Train makes connectioa with the Greenville
passenger on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- c
urdays, and leaves the head of the Road as a
8 o'clock A. M., and returning leaves New- c
berry after the down 6:eenv]lie passenger.
THOXrsoI, Dentist, over Phifer's Store. ]
Mr. E. H. Blodgett has been appoint
ed mail agent on the Camden branch ~
of the South Carolina Railroad.
We have been requested by Capt. J..
N. Lipscomb, of Chappell's, to state
that he was not the author of the com
munication which appeared in the HR
ALD some time since, over the signature I
- CAUT!ON.-Several Money Order let- ]
ters addressed to H. J. Hall & Co., Bal-3
.timore, haveleen returned here to the I
parties who sent them. This implies'
that there is something rotten, and we C
take occasion to warn our readers J
against sending any more cash to this I
RELIGIOUs.-We have been request- ]
ed to state that there wvilbe acom-It
munion service at Mt. Bethel Church,
on the 4th Sunday in April, and that t
the Rev. J. F. Probst will administer
it. He was prevented from keeping
his appointment in March by unavoid- I
able circumstances. The public are in
vited to attend.1
TRANSFEES OF REAL ESTATE.
D. A. Dickert to Mary C. Dickert,
two tracts of 250 and 70 acres and two
W. P. Cannon to Mattie F. Cannon,
100 1-2 acres, $884.
Rosemont Cemetery to Peter Rodel
sperger, one lot, $36.
SALE-DA.-There were but few per
sons in from the country on Monday
*last, in consequence of the unfavorable
condition of the weather. Sales were
also limited. One tract of. land, 13
acres, brought $100; and one of 50
acres, $160. One wagon was sold for1
$19, and three mules respectively for
$56, $51 and $26.1
The Abbeville Medium "suggests a.
convention of all the gossipping women
in the country." The idea is fraught
with danger and we respectfully enter
protest against it. -Take it back, Bro.
Hemphill, unless you wish to see things
turned upside down generally. So far
as Newberry is concerned, however,
we apprehend no trouble in the event
of such a convention, for there are no
The attention of our readers is direct
ed to the attractive little advertisement,
which appears in this issue, of Poole &
.Hut, the widely known Founders and
Machininists of Baltimore, Md. Several
Ihousand mills throughout the United
States have been equipped by this firm,
and their Water Wheels, Steam En
gines, Mill Gearing, Presses, &c., are
known and highly appreciated in al
most every section of the Western Hem
isphere. When you need anything in
their line, give them a trial; you will
not be disappointed.
Our friend, Dr. Jackson, is inex
haustible in his resources. It is incom
prehensible where he picks up all his
MossTRostrrY.-Dr. Jackson had in
his possession yesterday a hideous look
ing thing, which he called "his baby
elephant." It was a pig perfectly formed
-- ..~.. v~ ~ +h.~ h~~oe~l. th~
DEATH.-MrS. Elizabeth Dansby died
in this place on Thursday last, after a
long and severe illness, which she bore
with Christian patience and fortitude.
The deceased was born in Lexington
County on the 30th of August, 1815,
and was consequently in her 61st year
of age, and had lived in Newberry
twenty-three years, eighteen of which
she had been a member of the Metho
dist Church. She leaves four daughters,
a son and grandchildren to mourn the
ieath which though so great a loss to
them to her is eternal gain, and an ex
emption from pain and sorrow.
TiE CONCERT on last Tuesday night
given at the Female Academy, by Pro
ressors Jos. Denck and N. Schmitt, was
ill that the most accomplished lover of
music could possibly desire, if any thing
i little more. The audience was a select
md pretty fair one considering the gusty
,haracter of the weather, and gave fre
pient evidence of the high pleasure ex
)erienced, and although the programme
vas of unusual length there were some
,ho could have remained until morn
ng. At the close of the Concert a
:harming boquet was presented to Prof.
)enck by a lady present in token of her
BUT A PRINTnG OFFICE.-The print
ng business is the most fascinating and
ntrancing occupation that man can fol
ow for a livelihood. It is not only an
xceedingly pleasant and highly re
pectable calling, but, also, a very
nrative employment. Large fortunes
re continually being realized by news
>aper publishers without the slightest'
dffort, and, take it all in all, it is the
asiest way to gain a substance one can
ind. Printing debts are almost self
ollectable. You never have to ask
rour pay only once. Everyboby is so
:nd and thoughtful that it is no trick
t all to gather your stamps. Buy a
)rinting office and learn for yourself
iow truthful are these remarks.
rmt. Clemens Monitor.
Bilions headaches, or such as arise from a
isordered condition of the stomach and liv
r, usually affect one-side.of the head, most
ommonly over one eye, and increasing to.
n acate and often throbbing pain; often ac
:ompanied with feelings of sickness and
omiting, producing languor and depression
f spiits. For this distressing compla'nt
ke a bottle of MEEREiLL ANTi-Biious
>ESasETr1N HzrTINruE, for.the liver and
tomach, and receive immediate relief. Fifty
oses for one doE'ar, two cents per dose;
heaper than pills, and free from calomel.
ror sale by Dr. S. F. Fsnt. -M 15, 11-1m
A RARE CHANCE to buy one's self rich
s offered at the Grand Central Dry
~oods House of Messrs. McCreery,
ove & Co., of Columbia. Such an op
~ortunity for cheap Dry Goods has nev
r before been presented to the public.
)nly think of beautiful Cal?coes at 6 1-3,
lomespuns at 10, and Dress Goods at
2 1-2 cents! But as this- is the Centen
ial year, and,the time when every one
expected to do something great, good
:r startling, it is not strange that this
popular house makes an effort to ame
jorate the condition of mankind by
nag the ladies happy in goods at
ialf the price they were one year ago.
:t is no less strange than true, and if
here are doubters, they are referred to
dvertsement, and invited either to send
cash order or make a visit. It.
THE VERY THING.-Farmer's wives
requently complain that they can get
to eggs, that their hens lay they know
y the "cackling," but no matter how
~uickly they proceed to the nest, to
heir intense disgust no egg can be
bnd. They have almost come to the
onclusion that poultry, like people, are
emoralized, and that the hens have
orgotten their business, or else there is
bonanza on the plantation. We are
appy in being able to relieve their
oubts by stating that a machine has
>een invented by a Danbury man for
ounting the eggs a hen lays. The con
rivance is attached to the hen, and
hen she lays it strikes a figure on a,
lip of paper. One thing is certain, if
he hen lays it will be known, for fig
ires won't lie, and if no egg is found
Lfter this, the good wife will be satisfied
bat something is wrong. The machine,
;oo, is very. cheap-only costing $10, so
hat any lady whose husband plants
argely of cotton can buy one.
CHEERN.-It is pleasant to state
hat the family who lately arrived here
f'rom the distant State of Michigan are
satisfied beyond their most sanguine
spectations, not only with the place
ut the people, and acknowledge the
kindest treatment and hospilitality,
when they were lead to expect quite the
reverse. Since their arrival they have
written letters back to their old home,
inviting their friends and acquaintances
who wish to try their fortunes in the
South, to come without hesitation or
doubt, and not to credit the wild re
ports in circulation as to the lawless
condition of the Southern people, espe
eially of South Carolina, and of their
ack of hospitality. This is cheering.
We need a good and intelligent class of
people to occupy our waste lands and
add to the population. Let them come
by scores and hundrids, the more the
merrier, and the sooner they come the
better for them and for us. They will
be sure of a hearty welcome and cheap
lands to settle on. Woul not it be
well, in view of this prospect, for the
landowners who are poor on account of
having too much land, to improve their
condition by selling a portion at a nom
inalfigure or even it to give it away as
NATURAL CURIOSITY.-Geo. Green
wood, a venerable eolored man, living
on Col. B. F. Griffin's place, exhibited
to us the other day a two-tailed lizzard.
That the double tail was not the result
of a surgical operation at the hands oJ
some idle boy with a whip was evideni
on a close inspection, for the tails were ol
uniform thickness. started together from
the base. and were rounded off and
tapered precisely alike. It was said by
some malicious looker-on that it was nc
lizzard, but the identical alligator which
was shot by a young townsman on that
memorable excursion to Drayton Hall
last spring with the Press Association.
Of course this is not so.
PERSONAL.-Mr. David Utley, Presi
dent of Fort Stanwix Bink, Rome, N.Y.,
a comfortable millionaire, in company
with the Hon. Jacob Hornbrook, ol
Wheeling, West Va., also a large mon
ied man, largely interested in steam
boats, and B. I. Boone, Esq.. Judge of
Probate, Columbia, paid Newberry a
visit last week, variously engaged for a
day or two in looking around at the
prosperity of the town and enjoying the
hospitality of its citizens, spending part
of the time at the hospitable mansion of
Major L. J. Jones, the bachelor ranche
of Postmaster Boone and others. It is
gratifying to know that they left with
Judge L. C. Northrop also spent-a
few days in our midst, arriving on Sat
urday last, and spending the interval
until Monday as the guest of Senator
Corwin. Judge Northrop is quite youth
ful in appearance, good looking, agree
able in manner and withal modest, and
we are pleased to learn thut he has de
cided to reside in Newberry.
FIRE EXTLNGUISHERS.-It will be in
teresting here, where we are so deficient
in appliances to fight fire, tolearn that
the new Connelly extinguisher, recent
Iv introduced to notice in New York, is
far superior to all others. A trial of
its wonderful merits has been recently
made, which proved highly successful.
Of the three tests to which it was sub
jected, we give the third and last in
proof of what can be done with it:
A third test remained to be tried.
Two or three truck loads-cf scantling
were piled up in cob house fashion, and
on the top two barrels of petrolemn
were placed side by side. The timber
had first been saturated with oil. The
torch being applied the flames burst
forth, and, when the whole mass was
thoroughly ignited, the head of one of
the barrels was knocked in, letting the
contents ilow out over the seething fire.
By this time the barrels ware so charred
that only a short time would have been
required to burn them through. But
the test was to save one of the barrels.
Therefore, as soon as the other was
broken open, two str3ams of carbonated
water were turned on, and_in.less than a
-inute the fiercs fiaines were subdued,
leaving a pile of blackened timbers,
with the barrel of petroleum saft and
sound on top.
WHY 1S IT?-Why is it-if a man
has a special local, a communication, or
an obituary, or the proceedings of a
meeting wIth half a yard of resolutions,
or an advertisement, or wants a puff, or
anything else, to appear in the paper,
that he never 'thinks of handing it in
until a few hours before publication on
Tuesday. ^We ofoen think of this, and
ask, Why is it? We frequently put in
type more matter on Tuesday morning
than in any two days of ordinary work.
And besides that, if the last year's file
has to be referred to by any one, and
they have forgotten what date is wanted,
except that it is between January and
December some time, or if any informa
tion is sought, or an out of date bundle
of exchanges has to be overhauled to
look for a certain one-which, by the
way, has always been previously taken
off by some one else--why Tuesday is
the day selected out of all others. More
letters requiring answers come on Tues
day than on any other day, too, and if
any of the office force gets sick, its on
Tuesday, and if anything else happens.
new, startling or strange, it is bound to
take place on Tuesday. We are rejoiced
that sale-day and Sunday do not fall on
Tuesday, or we would grow mad. But
then comes Wednesday, glorious day of
rest, nobody wants anything then, and
we sit and ponder over the question.
Why is it?
ORANGES AND LInES.-We were the
recipients two weeks ago of some de
licious oranges together with some
limes, and not knowing whence they
came, we knew not who to thank. We
have since ler'rned that they were sent
by our venerable relative, Mr. James
Peckham, of Sand Point, Fla., to whom
we now tender our hearty thanks. The
oranges were the sweetest ever tasted,
and the limes made lemonade fit for a
prince. Mr. Peckham, many of our
readers about here will remember, was
an old and highly respected resident of
Columbia, who meeting .with reverses
in that city, determined, notwithstand
ing his advanced age-between seventy
and eighty-to retrieve his losses in
Florida. His energy and persererance
were remarkable, most men at his age,
yielding to the necessities which crowd~
upon them, give up in despair, but not
so in his case. He removed to Florida:
since the war a.nd commenced planting
orange and lime groves, with the dis
tant hope of living to realize a profit.
Last year~ he had a fair yield, this yeaI
the crops have more than doubled, and
the next year will give him the fruit o.
his patient labors in a large and re
-ueaieyed W er hth
lit lneratio yitd Wise eand taths
little plantation, at first bare and almosi
TiHE NEW LAMP.-The loflg and anx
iously looked for lamp has beenerected
by the Honorable Council, and the
North-east corners of Caldwell and
Friend streets were illuminated on Sat
urday night for the first time. "Citi
zens" 1 and 2 and others"who spent so
much eloquence on the subject of light
can now meet and clasp hands under
the benignant and illuminating rays of
"our" lamp, for it is on our corner and
helps to give light for the children to
play; "ours" again because the HERALD
was the medium through which the
battle was fought. We are satisfied,
everybody around our side is satisfied,
church goers are happy, and the Coun
cil feels the proud consciousness of hav
ing done something good. Even 'he
man who applies the match which
causes the kerosine to flame out and
light up the before time dark corners
has a smile on his face. The only un
happy persons are they who love dark
ness rather than light. The Council
have our thanks.
THE HON. ALEXANDER fl. STEPHENS
Orders Globe Flowe- Cough Syrup to sustain
his Throat and Lungs in making his great
Civil Rights speech:
Washington, D. C., Dec. 26, 1673.
Dr. J. S. Pemberton-Dtmr Sir: Please send
me three botits of your Globe Flower Syrup
by Dr. Samuel Bard. Yours truly,
ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
Washington, D. C., Januaiy 8, 1874.
Dr. J. S. Pemberton-Dear Sir: The Globe
Flower Syrup duly received Many thanks.
It has proved a most valuable remedy to me.
ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
Globe Flower Cough Syrap cares Colds,
Coths, Bronchitis, Hoa-seness, Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Croup, Plerrisy, Pain and
So.-eness in the B.east, and will positively
care Consumption. We shall publish in the
HER&L!), Testimonials of g-eat and good
men of tie nation, whose words cannot be
doubted, in regard to the merits of Globe
F!ower Sy ip. We prefer to let them speak.
Globe F16wer Syrup for sale by Dr. S. F.
Read the "Curious Story"-kree athis Drug
Store. M 15, 11-1m.
ABOUT THE TowN AN CouNTY.
The weather is dreary and exceed
No lack of rain now-four days and
nights almost incessant rain. '
On Monday therm was considerable
thunder, but subdued in sound.
The complaint now is that .the oat
crop will be drowned out, but we don't
think there is particular call for com-:
The grain crops are larger and gene
rally look finer than in years past, and
the prospect of food for man and beast
in Newberry County is flattering.
Saturday last was a lively day in the
Tax Collector's office. ~The number
who had put off the evil day to the last
was quite large, and some have not
eiven paid their respects to_the Captain
There are several marriages on foot
at last-two of them will take place
this week. That's right boys, don't go
back on the old time-honored institu
A pocket-book with money in it was
picked up on Monday lask.and left at
this office. As no one read/ is column
of items, we make mentio of it here
in hope that it will not be called for and
the money fall to our share. Should
the owner see this notic~e, however, and'
calls, we will turn it over to him.
There were quite a number of hand
some, lively drummers in town last
week, but as they failed to pay their
respects and leave their cards, we did
not get their names and consequently
fail to give them a place among the
distinguished personal mentions. We
are always pleased to have them report
at the HERALD office.
As this is planting time anything re
lating to corn is in season, so if you
have a project on foot don't go to the
corn doctor. If the Chiropodist who
experimented on this local's corn will
come this way ~again he will hear of
something interesting. The corn is
worse now than ever before. Go for
corn, reader, but neither trifle with it in
shape of juice, nor allow carpet bag
doctors to tamper with your toes.
For the boys: A new way to take
your sister's part-eat her share of the
Moonlight nights are now on hand
and if the weather gets pleasant there
will be raimbles, soft talk. the result of
which will be an engagement-for ano
ther walk perhaps.
When a man comes home and tries
to bolt his door with a sweet potato,
pokes the fire with the spout of a coffee
pot, attempts to wind up the clock with
his boot-jack, tries to cut kindling wood
for the morning fire with-a paper knife,
takes a cold potato in hand to light him
to bed, and prefers sleeping with his
hat and boots on, you may reasonably
infer that he has been making the ac
quaintance of some very friendly peo
A young lady dressed in much false
hair was warbling at the piano, and
when her mother summoned her to as
sist in some household duties, her rosy
lips opened poutingly and snapped out,
"0, do it yourself?" And then went on
singing, "Kind words can never die."
Apprehension was felt by some per
sons on Tuesday night last that the high
wind would get higher and blow things
A little three year old chap wants to
know why God makes the wind blow.
He don't like it at all.
There was a lively scene in Trial
Justice Slider's office the other after
Th~ ~ ~f ~f the Attor
Subscribe for the Newberry HERALD
and pay in advance-it will do you
The prettiest styles of note paper and
envelopes ever seen in Newberry are to
be found at the HERALD Book Store.
No oysters have been received here
for weeks. What is the matter with
The depleted condition of individual
treasuries precludes the idea of paying
15 cts. per pound for pork. Come
It is near about time for some enter
prising youth to start the tournament
The youth of Newberry are advised
not to sleep with their mouths open.
A New York boy did so and a mouse
ran in and down; he was relieved of
it by an emetic.
We need more Babcocks in Newber
ry, or one of greater capacity. Sup
pose the ladies get up a Fair or some
kind of entertainment and appropriate
the funds for that purpose.
The razeeing of the editor's stable
was a stern necessity. It was original.
ly built on a sandy foundation, and the
late gale careened it out of plum, and
there was danger of its going by the
board. It is all right now, and it is
hoped that this explanation is satisfac
A hungry drummer arrived here a
few days ago and gave as a reason why
he looked so distressed and weak-that
along the line of the G. & C. R. R., the
invariable fare is ham and eggs. His
stomach revolts at this dish, hence his
hungry appearance. With eggs at
12 1-2 cts. per dozen it is unreasonable
for a man to expect fried oysters, shad
or other delicacies. Drummers have
Another one dropped in and on being
asked how fared it financially, gave
veht to a long whistle, and followed
this by asking how is it with yourself.
First rate, said we, there is no scarcity
of money but the difficulty is to get it.
Another one who came' in since,
"stands the storm" like -a veteran, and
declares in hearty, sonorous tones "that
it won't be very long." We feel like
Pat-tying that drummer on the back.
. Wednesday last was the dullest day,
from the HERALD'S stand point, expe
rienced since Christmas.
The new barber shop on Caldwell
Street is progressing very slowly. Not
a stroke of work has been done by the
carpenters in a month. Later-opera
tions have again commenced.
'NEwREnET, S. C., April 1, 1876.
List of advertised letters for week ending
April 1, 1876:
Cadwell, Miss Addie Bargn
Coats, Miss Naunie McGraw, Stark
Fraetklin, Miss Sarah Riser, &%=
A., Rutherford, Thos.
Flemming, A..-Z. Sondley, Mary
Gallman, Harrison Sondley, Hattie
Long, Mrs. Janie Wicker, Mis. Susan
Lyles, Mary Wilson, Emma E.
McGraw, W. M. or Wright, W. P.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. B. W. BOONiE, P. Mi.
.Do not use inferior paper when you
write, but call at HERALD Book Store
and get Pirne's best note, finest commer
cial note, octavo note, together with
Repp, Initial and various other kinds of
Suibscriptions received at this office for
Her:r's and Leslie's Illustrated papers,
(weedy and monthly), Scientfic American,
Soutuen Cultivator, Rural Carolinian, Young
Folks' Gem, &c.
Illustrated publications for sale by the sia
gle copy at this office. d9-if.
Dragging Out Existence.
The nervous, weakly invalid does not en
joy life, but merely "drags out existenc.e,"
as the phrase is. Unfitted for the active pur
suits of life, and incapable of partaking of its
plea'es, to which health alone can give a
zest; disinclined to social intercourse, and a
prey to melancholy, the valetudinarian is in
deed an object of pity. Yet the-.e is nothing
in all thib that cannot be remedied by that
genial alterative tonic and nervine, Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, which supplies deni
cient stamina, braces the nervous sys:em,
and1 overcomes those bodily iiregularities to
which nervous weakness is most frequently
attr.~butable. Diseases of the kidney and
bladder, impe:.'ct digestion and uterine
troubles are fert'le sources of debili:y. Their
eradeaton, however, becomes a matter of
certaniy when Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
are systematically used for that purpose.
The Bters likewise annihilate and prevent
fever and ague and other debilitating febrile
complaints of a malatial nature. 14-4t.
EWBERY, April 4.-Cot:on market con
tnues active, and closed at 1l for best
grades. Bales shipped dur'ng week, 772.
L.vairoo,, April 3.-Coiton eas'er but
not quotaely hbigher-midd iing uplands 6k,
mddlog O.!e:ns 6i.
NEW YORK, April 3 -Cotton dali; sales
CS!, at ma? 9-16. Gotd 1 13al J.3j.
BAt n s. April 3.-Cotton dull and
Ac as -A, A pril 3.-Cot on quiet and de
mand good Vor good grades; low grades neg
CzAnt.s':ON, April 3.-otton easer
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
GEO. S. HACKER,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The oniv DOOR, SASH and BLIND
FACTORY owned and managed by a Caro
linian in this city. All work guaranteed.
A1.rovo nn hnnd n lar~estock of DOORS.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Xc.
NEW AND .AFE DEPARTUREJ4
WINTER GOODS I I
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. .p
I MEAN WHAT I SAY! E
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 AMMONIATED PHOSPHATE.
This justly celebrated Fertilizer has ac
quired a reputation which places it in the
I am prepared to furnish it in any quanti
ties and on the most liberal terms, and will
take pleasure in showing testimonials re- wa
ceived from different parties who have used a1
it. M. FOOT. 5
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Pm.Wo ia-S CHICK 2
Have in store their
FALL AND HITER STOR
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large.
and has been selected with great care.
The ladies are invited to examine ourT
assortment of -
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods,
CASSIMERES AND PIECE GOODS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth. Lao
Besides the above we have in store a fine B
assortment of C
Hardware and Cutlery, Gi
Saddles and Bridles,
-Trunks of all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
And many other articles which it is need- em
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CAbH.
P. W. & R. S. CHICKL. T
Sep. 22, 38-tf.
Dry Goods P .lPiUliner&
CLEAIN OUlT NALE
FLL AND IITER GOOM in
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES!
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 B
money can now be found on'his counters.
DRESS GOODS less than N. Y. cost.
Ladies and childrenis FELT JACKETS BE
Ladies and childrens KNITTED JAG.
ETS, SH A WLS, HOODS, &c.-verv ,-heai.
Gents, ladies ar.d childrens WOOL HOSE.
and HALF HOSE, BLANKETS, QU'ILTS, K
A large and elegant stock of CASSI
MERES, TWEEDS, JEANS, &c., all at
prices unsurpassed by any other house in ed
this city or elsewhere.
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRIGES,
Mm&r STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jan. 19, 3-if.
PAST DUE SCHOOL CLAIMS.
All persons holding School Pay Certifi-u
cates, issued prior to the 1st day of Novem- I
ber, 1874, whether the same have been I
registered or not, are hereby required to
register themn, with the undersigned, on or
before the 1st day of May next, when a
pro rata distri' ution of the funds applica
ble to such claims will be made. By a ti(
joint Resolution of the Legislature, approv
ed March 2d, 1876, said registration is re
quired, and all claims not so registered
within the time aforesaid, will not partici
pte in the said pro-ratingz.
HARRY B. SCOTT,
School Commissioner, N. C.
March 21st, 1876-12-5t.
The public are warned against trading
for any one or all of the'notes named be
low, which were stolen fromn me on the 16th
in:. One note on J.Tfernn Davenpart.,
GEO. WOODS & Co.'S
?A-R LOR O R G.A NS.
ese remarkable instruments possess capacities for musical effects and earession never before
apted for Amateur and Professional, and an ernament in any parlor. 17sMw S ormfatmmen
GEO. WOODS & CO., Cambridgeport, Mass.
LRPRM0S: 608 Washington St., Boston; 170 State St., Chicago; 16 Ludgate iLd, iEas.
YOI -A leading Musical Journal of selected music and valuable. reading matter.
[EBy mail for $r per year. or ten cents a number. Each number cot.infs 'da
toworth of the finest sected music. GEO. WOODS& CO., Publishers, Cambddgeper,ags -
A r0, 18j6 -1->'m.
s Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Carpets.
McCIEERY, LOVE & CO
Will Open, on Monday, March 27, 1876,
LT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
And during the next fifteen days will sell their entire stock of
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
LT lower prices than ever before offeree. to make room for large shipments nowon toe
v. Your attention is directed to the following partial price list of a few of the many
icles we propose to sell you AT A BARGAIN:
0 pieces new style DRESS GOODS, at 11 cents per yard.
cases WAMSUTTA BLEAC H ED MUSLIN, at 12j ceits r yard.
dozen Ladies' elegant new style TIES, at 25 cents eac
cases WHITE PIQUES, at 121 cents per-yard.
cases PRINTS. fast colors, warranted, at 5 cents per vard.
cases good style PRINTS. warranted, at 6j cents per yard.
cases yard wide CAMBRICS, at 10 cents per yard.
5 pieces GRASS-CLOTHS, all colors, at 10 cents per yard.
L11 of the newest styles and best brands of Prints will be sold at 8j cents per yard.
rown, Bleached and Plaid Homespuns at p ortionately low p r
-ur stock of BOOTS. SHOES, HATS AND CPS at a general redutinof 20 percent
he best assortment of TRUNKS, SAC HEL S, LUJNCa AND MA RET RBASKETS in the
r entire stock of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER, &c.,
1 be closee out and below cost.
he above will convince you that the place to get cheap goods and~good attention is at
Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment.
iow is your time to secure BARGALNS. Call early and often.
M'CREERY, LOVE & CO.,
Iar.29,42-1y. COLUMBIA,_S. C.
PRING OPENING OF NEW DRY GOODS
WHOLESALE AND) RETAIL DEALER IN
)RY GOODS AND) CARPETS,
. . --ALSO,
OIL CLOTHS, MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, ETc.,
MAIN ST REET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
ng Cloths..............-from 6} aj5c. ' Cottonades................from12. up
awn Shirtings...........from 6) a 10c. Jeans....................from 12c. nip,
uts............ from 5 a 10c. ICassimeres...............fom 2ic.-up.
ck'an'd'Str'd Homp'ns from 6i a 12c. IDress Goods.............fom O~.up.
2ghams.................from 10c. up. Hosiery, Gloves, etc.........at all pc.
-AND EVERY AETICLE KEPT IN A FIRST CLASs DRY GOODS HOUSE! AT COREPODIGLY
LOW PmICEs. ..EW
WING XACHINES, ATTACHMENTS, NFEDLIES; OILS, ETC., ALWAYS ON-HAID.
STOCK OF TeShlsi ercn~t ftoSa
CLOTHING odfo h 5ho erayt h t
AND CENTS' AND YOUTHS'TEMPESsso AY3:
U/R NIS H IN&' 900i Dpaten. . 10
EVEREIIBITED IN NEWBERRY. Ciejt eatet.....60
DRESS SUITS of finest qualities, at prices M sc......... 50
accordance with the times.UsofIsret.......20
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and all Fec . . . . .o0
BOYS' SUITS, $5 to $10. Onmna ok.......00
all kinds- and qualities. .Bad icuigWs1n,Fe n
0TS, sHOES and .HATS,teyinavc.
BROGANS A SPECIALTY, Ppl rmara loe obadi
sides every other article kept in a firstwhnrqetdbpaon;utscpe
class Clothing House. psms esbett h ue n eu
AGENTS FOR trda h einn fteSsin n
ES CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS,thttertuisbntnerpedbun
$16 PER DOZEN.ncesryasne. odeutofrab
Examination of goods and prices solicit- Ppl utb ujc Caltmst
WRIGHTi & ICOPPOIJI U5irhrpaill~apyt
Sep. 29, 39-f
0O TIlE INVALID.
If you desire to be restored without the
e of medicine,
HOTEL OPEN 1st .JUNE. ueflms
Parties received at any time on applica.sr hot rie rWud o
Cottages to Rent. GO IEo'.xou s nm
Send for Circulars. - vrptbfr h ulc aebe f
JN%O. W. SIMPSON, anneeunlIfelpi MGls'em
C. M1. MILLER, d i bdayasr&eiZItk
Mar. 22, 12-lIt. In Charge. plela~~~ nsuha e
sieIlwyNER HaOneUSErfth hnil
ATiy M . OBT .
DRES.A. LNT AOL GE.
TSol yasti Year osi.sDt Of1w Sext
sAnsTTe Lrt Sess.onfo he1to
Octoer to Othe 150ho endbruy;theIo
RO PE IYnd farom th 15t0oeburytoti t
PosnesonteGf . i . r July. OTCE
TEEMs PER SESsIoN, IN ADVANCE
Primary Department............. $10 00
Academic Department....'..-.,... 15 00
Collegiate i epartment........... 25 00
Contingencies.................... 2 00
EXTRA STUDIEs, (optional.)
Music.........................-.. $25 00
Use of Instrument........... ... 2 00
French........................... TO 00
Drawing and Painting............ 10 00
Ornamental Work............... 10 00
Pupils in all of the Departments have
the advantages of- daily -Calisthenic: exer
Board, (including Wasi ng, Fuel and
Lights,) $15.00 per month, payable quar
terly in advance. -
Pupils from abroad allowed to board in
private families of relatives and .friends
when requested by patrons; but such pu
pils must be subject to the rules and rega
lations of the College.
It is important to pupils that they Ibe en
tered at the beginning of the Session, and
that their studies be not interrupted by un
necessary absences. No deduction for ab
sence except in case of protracted illness.
Pupils must be subject at all times to
'egulations in- deportment as weR~ai in
Vor further particulars, apply to
JAMES FA BROW,
Laurensville, S. C., Jan. 28, 1876. 6-3m
reme man LINIMENT
100lDE OF *
Cures Nearalgia, Face Aches Rheam
tism, GOut, Trosted Feet
Sore ThrOat, Breises or Wenada e
every kind in man or animal.
"GILEs' IODIDE OF. A venNIO is, in my
judgment, the best r .for new''*
ever ut before the- I have been af
flic with this 3Syes
and never until I fell up'on Mr.niles' reme
d did I find any assured:-relief, I take
p easure in g this, inasmuch as I de
sire always a benefactor of the hnman
tamily. WM. P. COR BIT
Chairman of the Methodist Church
D1L S. F:, FANT, Agent.
A e. N . Only centh an l a bottle. -
Mar. 8, 10-1m.
'ROSPERITY, S. C.