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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADvERTISEMENTS.
Wm. M. Kinard-Trespass. Notice.
H. B. Scott-Notice to School Teachers.
R. & W. C. SwFffield-Clothing and Hats.
Geo. Mitchell, Agent-Tom Thumb and
Edward Scholtz-Repairer of Watches and I
Dr. S. F. Fant-Gilei' Liniment, Iodide of
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clock t
or watch it is warranted for one year Try p
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1y
W. J. Duffie, Bookseller, Columbia, t]
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
HiAR TIEs MADE EAs.-One of
the .great centres of attraction in the
city of Columbia, is the elegant and tl
well filled store of Messrs. Kingsland p
& Heath, under the Columbia Hotel.
In this establishment everything in the 1
line of China, Glass, Crockery, Wood,
Tin and Iron Ware, Fancy Articles and
labor saving contrivances that the im
agination of the liveliest housekeeper -tt
can conceive of are to be found. And b
one of the chief attractions is that in ir
consideration 6f the hard times a person L
with limited means can be dccommo
dated so satisfactorily that he will be U
almost forced to believe that the times C
are not so hard after all. 10-tf. P
Several China Tea Setts, Vases, Toi- ti
let Setts,. and a good many other arti-b
eles, which will be sold at cost for the tl
next 30 days for Cash only. Call soon ol
and secure bargains at
9-tf SPECK'S JEWELRY STORE.
THoMPsoN, Dentist, over Phifer's Store. e.
GooD i-oR TEAcHERs.-The Treas
urer, it is said, will be able to pay da
ring this month two-thirds of the school
money due the teachers of the various i
ATTEWION.-An Extra Communica-n
j,ion of Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M.,
will be held on Wednesday evening, C
.the 19th inst., for the purpose of con
ferring the M. M. Degree. ti
RELIGIOUs NoTCE.-We have been u
requested to state that on next Sabbath
-the third of this month-there will k
be communion service at Smyrna Pres
byterian Church, and preaching on the
Saturday preceding- a
THAWs.-Our esteemed townsman, oi
Mr. M. Foot, has presented us with ti
some unleavened bread, made in ac- s<
cordance with the law of the Jewish yL
festival of Pesach or Passover, the two o.
first days of which were the 9th and ti
10th. This period embraces eight days, al
the two last days being the 15th and N
A correspondent of a Northern paper tc
asked the editor to- use his influence to u
induce the Legislature to pass a law ti
forbidding the girls to marry before they fc
are -twenty-five years old. Uie stands
aghast at such a proposition and will h
have nothing more to do with his crusty a1
correspondent. Suppose, old fellow, you t
come down to Newberry; you will no g
doubt find a good field for your exer- t
tions; the young ladies will receive you a
with open arms-fire-arms. lt
The American ladies have the smallest si
feet. The Graphic boas(s of it. A well f<
proportioned foot is a great beauty. We l
should, however, not.forget that feet a
are made to walk on 'and not to be E
squeezed into Chinese moulds, just to e
be seen at an evening party. Our young ti
ladies, of course, never torture their si
feet, it is only the young men who try ii
to run a No. 9foot into aNo. 6boot; a
and we are informed that they succeed a
CoMING BAC.-The friends and ad- t
rmirers of the Rev. J. Hawkins, lately
stationed in Maryland, will be pleased a
to learn that he will return to this State "
once more, and is even now on his way ~
hither, as he is looked for about the 17th a
inst. He has accepted a call to take 1l
charge of St. Andrews, Blue, and High
Hill Churches, in the lower part of d
Lexington County. We hope to have e
the satisfaction of seeing him in New
berry at an early date, and welcome
him back to South Carolina. y
EPUTBUCAN CONVEN'ION.-The del- *
egates from the various Townships met
in the Court House on Saturday last,
ad after an exciting and stormy ses- d
si which lasted the entire day, elect- c
ed H. C. Corwin, Thos. Keitt and B. B. F
Boozer, to attend the State Convention
which met in Columbia to-day, Tues- 2
day, for the purpose of choosing a re- f
presentation to the National Convention a
in Cincinnati, on the 12th of June next. j
With the exception of unlimited noise i
and confusion the meeting terminated y
PERSONAL.-Mr. C. P. Pelham, the 5
vigorous editor of the Columbia Regis- C
t,er, was in town a few days ago.
Major Logan,.travelling agent for the f
NTews and Courier, dropped in on Tues- I
day last. He is on a canvass for his '
The Rev. Manning Brown, presiding C
elder of this District, graced our sanc- F
tumn on Wednesday last.
We were pleased to see here on Sat- s
urday last, the Rev. J. P. Smeltzer, F
President of Newberry College. He a
filled the pulpit of the Rev. H. W. e
.Kuhns on the Sabbath. C
FLOWERs.-If you wish to add a 1
charm to your surroundings there is no
pleasanter way to do so than by the ad
diino euiu foeigpat n
ditinuofberandfu fweing calt rand
srubbtentionn tote adisltemead- o
tr ur,o bevle i olc
tioro attnti rarte advbeatifmendo
he ue ofthma eAbbely i oleae
tion of plants is rare and beautiful and
a som them at extremelv moderate
COTTON STATEMENT.-Mr. John A.
Linard, shipping clerk at G. & C. R. c
t, office has furnished us with the fol- t
>wing comparative statement of cotton o
bipments from this point: From Sept., b
874 to April, 1875, total number of e
ales, 23,703, and from Sept., 1875 to 1;
.pril, 1876, 19,381, showing the large v
ifference of 3,322 bales. a
A GOOD IDEA.-It is suggested that
ie G. & C. Railroad reduce fare for a d
eriod of two or three months, by sell- t
ig round trip tickets for half price. If
ns were done, the company would t
iake a good thing out of it. Hundreds
f people who would not otherwise -
ave home would take advantage of
ich an opportunity, and the cars would
e filled regularly. The South Carolina
ilroad might do the same. Some
iing of this kind would stir up the
eople, and, we think, help business
The bottom has at length been reached s
id there is a fearful tumble, but for- s
inately nobody is hurt, as will be seen v
V referring to the attractive and highly tj
lteresting advertisement of McCreery.
ove & Co., which appears in the col- s,
ans of the HERALD. Instead of the 1
tastrophe proving injurious to the
0ople, it has proved a great blessing
r dry goods can be had now at half v
ie price they were held at a few months c
ick. If no more harm comes of it d
ian this, let a few more bottoms fall
it. it h
THE NEW BARBER SHo.-Public N
cpectation has been on tip toe for some
me as to when the new tonsorial es- 0
.blishment of Tobias Dawkins would t,
finished and thrown open to his ad- ti
iring friends and anxiously waiting, S
istomers.. We are at length happy in
ie privilege of announcing that the d
?ening will take place on this Wed- "
,sday, forenoon, and that the first ap
licant for manipulation will have th C
entennial shave or trim which will u
ititle him to the privilege of visiting
Le Centennial at Philadelphia, good rI
atil the close of the Exhibition. sl
Y. M. C. ASSOcATION.-We ac
rowledge- receipt of a circular from d
ie committee of the Young Men's V
hristian Association, giving notice of
Convention to be held in Columbia,
i the 18th inst., and an invitation to
ie different Churches of this place to s
mnd two delegates from their number. "
accordance with this the young men t)
ithis town of the various tienomina-t
ons are invited to meet on Friday a
fernoon at the office of Messrs. r
oorman & Schumpert and appoint
ree delegates, and send their names
SMr. A. J. Dodamead, corresponding a
Lember, who will provide homes for ~
iem. The fare on the G. & C. R. R., b
wr delegates will be three cents a mile. a
HyEEAL.-WedneSday last was the g
ippy occasion of a double wedding.
id the interest manifested gave proof
tat the fair brides, as well as the
cooms, were held in high esteem. Inb
te one in which Mr. W. E. Pelham
id Miss Carolina Brantley Leavell e
iok upon themselves the marital re- t
yonibilities, the ceremony was per- t
armed in the Baptist Church, before a I
xrge audience of pleased friends and h
mirers. The vows of Mr. Percy c
rown and Miss Rosa Jones were offer
i at the home altar in the presence of
ie bride's mother and relatives and a
dect circle of friends. Both of thesed
teresng ceremonies were performed
Sabout the same time and before the
rival of the; morning train, upon d
!hich they each embarked for the first
-ip of the life voyage.
May their days be as bright as the d
spicious morn on which they were
red, and the disappointments of life
rhich are incident to human flesh be
ways chased away by their mutual t
Bilious headaches, or such as arise from a 14
isordered condition of the stomach and liv
r, usually affect one aide of the head, most
>mmonly over one eye, and increasing to C
i acute and often throbbing painr&ten ac
mpanie'd with feelings of sickness and g
miting, producing langUOr and depression ~
spirits. For this distressing complaint
Le a bottle of MERRELL's ANTI-BILIOUSU
aEscEIPTION HEPATINE, for the liver and ~
omach, and receive immediate relief. Fifty ?t
ses for one dollar, two cents per dose; a
eaper than pills, and free from calomel.
or sale by Dr. S. F. Fant. 1115, 11-1m A
GEN. ToM THUMB AND SUITE.
fewberry is to be made glad by a visit
rom these distinguished little people ox t
ext Wednesday, the 19th, and we re
>ice with them, old and young, big andt
ttle, and especially the little ones, with
rhose sympathies we more keenly andl
eelingly enter. It is about thirty years
ince we had the pleasure of seeing the
eneral, who was then quite a youth
nd unmarried, and we remember thet
irore which he created and the wonder
roduced by his diminutive coach. Whatt
ist be the. attraction now that he is
ttended by a brilliant retinue, the prin
ipal features of which are his accom
lished little wife and sister-in-law',t
liss Minnie Warren. Do not fail to
e them either at one or both of their
leasing entertainments. To show the
ppreciation in which they, are held
lsewhere, we copy an extract from the t
~eelong Advertiser, Australia, as fol- t
Seldom have wve seen the streets more
rowded than they were on Saturday
ifternoon. A stranger gaging down a
1oorabool street would have thought fi
hey were watching for the approach of
heDk fEibrh rsm te
oy puersonage,inurgh, of som otherir
-oa)eroage, Hunesated o usie
>erf' ormel Hudeds th ited Gutside t
ndack'ladies tosend and ltke Gfeer ;
patdi theaies miiuesn anakheir n s
The State vs. Sultan, F, Abram -nd
thers, for others for shooting a setting
Lirkey in pure cussedness. The trial
fthis interesting case came off at Chain
ers-Cotton Exchange-on Thursday
vening before Judge J- S-, late
7 elevated to the Bench. The State
ras ably represented by P. Sampson
nd A. Burr, Esqs., ard the defence by
B. Jeenies, Esq. His Honor, on be
ig escorted to his seat and the jurors
uly sworn, opened the case by saying,
int we as a people "sit on the ragged
dge" of things generally, and that par
cularly was the case in hand one of
ie raggedest, and for pure cussedness
ad no precedent in any books in his
brari. This court, said his Honor, was
ifferent from all other courts-even
iat round the corner over the grocery
tore-that it was not a cow case, but
ne which related to a turkey, and that
ny one in court who said turkey except
i accordance with his ruling-which
ould all be against the prisoners
ould be served with rules which
rork any way he minded, and more to
ie same effect, when permission was
iven to the State to.open. Mr. Sanip
n, who had been standing on his left
Mg with his back against the door jam,
nickly let down his right leg and con
onted the prisoner Sultan, who shook
rith fear or suppressed laughter we
uld not tell which. for one of the an
ience intercepted the view by rising to a
estion of privilege and requesting that
is pipe be filled from the box near by.
Ve omitted to state that Abram turned
tate's evidence against Sultan, and that
f the other offenders-one had taken
le cars for Augusta to avoid prosecu
on, and the other had intrenched him
lf on the northwest side of Scott's
reek in defiance of the law. The evi
ence elicited by the State from the
itness Abrams was mixed, by reason
iat His Honor and the Solicitor both
[arged him to hold his horses well
i hand and say nothing but that which
rould tend to criminate the prisoner.
'he witness, during the examination,
semed to be suffering under some
motional inwardness, and frequently
oubled up till his head almost touched
is knees, while his hands clutched ner
ously at his diaphragm.
Want of space prevents us from giv
ig the evidence of this witness, which,
affice it to say, bore against the priso
er all the time. During the exatmina
on by Mr. Jeemes, the witnesses' at
tks of inwardness were more marked
nd his face was much distorted, appa
mntly from spasms, all of which seemed
affect His Honor, as well as counsel,
ny and the court generally. It was
fecting-particularly when Mr. Jeemes
sked him if as a hunter he had ever
agged anything-the point being that
s a grocery dealer he was much more
icesful in beging rice, coffee. &c.,,
ian as a hunter in the bagging of birds.
Examination closed-Mr. Sampson
rent for the jury in his usual impetuous
ut forcible manner-the points of his
eech being that Sultan was a fer
igner, and had no right to come to this
ntry and shoot turkeys, wild or tame;
t this was a 'white man's country;
iat our right to turkeys was estab
shed when George Washington fiashed
is sword over the head of the Ameri
n Eagle. That it was a tame turkey,
setting hen turkey at that, with twenty
ye eggs; that the killing of that turkey
eprived us of twenty-six turkeys, and
iat next Christmas there would be
veral dinners without the usual roast
ird. He drew a gloomy picture of the
istress on that usually festive occasion,
ad it was observed that the jury had
1eir hands up to their eyes vainly en
eavoring to shut it out from their sight.
:vidntly the jury were overcome, the
d men Uncle Burt and Col. Lip were
nable to suppress their emotion, even
e witness Abrams had another attack
f inwardness, which got down into his
ags. And the Judge was observed to
te out his bandanna. There was no
hiance for Sultan.
L. B. Jeemes, Esq., 'then took the
.oor feeling that his task was a forlorn
pe, but nothing daunted, he hitched
p his breeches-and made an able argu
ient, claiming that his client was not a
>reigner, though born in Georgia; that
His father had font at Banker Hill
Twelve Injans his mother had slain;
.ud his brothers, William and .John and Jim,
Had sailed over the raging main;"
nd therefore he had a perfect right to
[boot turkeys whether wild or tame;
iat- it was not clearly establbshed by
2e witness that the prisoner killed the
.arkey; that he was no shot on the
ring; that it was the fault of the dog
rho set the setting turkey; and much
lse that was indisputable, but all to
o purpose. At the conclusion of this
rument, lie again hitched up his
cousers-having unfortunately left his
apenders at home-and reclined on a
ibe. The State closed with a clincher,
rhen His Honor pulled down his vest
-having the idea that he is growing
orpulent-and charged the jury that
bis was a peculiar case, pecviliarly bad,
peculiar court, and he a peculiar
uge; and that the accused was an
.npecunious foreigner, in proof of which
e would bet his bottom dollar, and if
:iev did not render a verdict of guilty
Liey would catch something peculiarly
gly. He was not a man to be fooled
rith,,had been there himself, knewv all
bout it, had seen Josh Billings, had no
ear of higher courts or of being im
leached, intended gomng to the Centen
ll, was down on any man who said
bis was not a court in which justice
ould be had, &c. It would have been
trange if under these circumstances
casant witness, equally as criminal as
the. other, plead guilty and asked for
mercv. His sentence was segars for
It is recorded with sorrow that neither
fine has been paid.
There is a rumor out that the Judge
is to be impeached.
THIE IION. ALEXANDER 11. STEPlENS
Orders Globe Flower Congh Syrup to sustain
his Throat and Luigs in making his greal
Civil Rights speech:
Wnshington, ). C., D,c. 26, 1873.
Dr. J. S. Peinberion-Dear Sir: Please send
me three buttlos of your Globe Flower Syrup
by Dr. Samue! Brcl. Yours truly,
ALEX,INDER 1I. STEPHENS.
Washir.grou, D. C.. January 8, 1674.
Dr. J. S. Pemiberton-D,ar Sir: The Globe
Flower-Syrup dily received Many thanks.
It has proved ". m1o't valu.ible remelly to me.
ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup cures Cods,
Coughs, Bronchitis, [Hoarseness, Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Croup, Pleurisy, Pain and
Soreness in the Breat, and will positively
cure Consumption. We shall publish in the
HERALD, Te-timonials of great and good
mei4 of the nation, whose words cannot be
doubted, i, regard to the merits of Globe
Flower Syrup. We prefer to ict them speak.
Globe Flower Syrup for sale by Dr. S. F.
Read the "Curious S:ory"-free at his Drug
Store. M15, 11-1m.
AnoUT TIlE ToWN AND COUNTY.
Farim and garden operations will
commence now with renewed activity.
As this is the light of the moon all
seeds of vegetables which yield their
fruit out of the ground may now be
A Mollohon farmer reports his sec
tion looking up and building hopes on
the Japan and Chufa peas. The loss of
the blackberry crop does not disturb
them much now. An invitation to go
up and try the Chufa after a week's
boiling is accepted, provided our fami
ly physician is included in the invita
Wednesday last was a gala day.
There were two weddings, both in the
orning, the happy couples in the first
flush of their new relation taking the
train for the mountains, not of Hepsi
(lam where the lion roareth, but to the
pleasanter region where the turtle dove
singeth its love song.
The number of bachelors out on the
occasions alluded to above wvas refresh
ing, giving evidence that they apprecia
ted the situation.
Pelham & Wardlaw have been im
proving the appearance of their drug
store by the application of fresh paint.
t looks vastly better in its new and
eat colored dress.
Our whistling friend has pulled up
his city stakes and removed to the coun
try, where he will engage in the pleas
ant pastime of digging. He will continue
to cultivate the noble art of whistling.
A Concert is on the tapis, proposed
to be given by the young ]adies of the
Tuesday last was the dullest day ever
experienced in the HERALD office-no
body wanted anything.
Do not overlook the opportunity of
fered by Mr. DuPre, of Abbeville, of
getting rare and beautiful flowers. His
prices are very low. Any order sent
to this. office will be forwarded with
If you want anything done in the way
of repairing furniturn or any fancy work
done neatly and expeditiously, go to
Mr. 0. M. Harris' shop. He can do
anything that any other man can do,
besides many things other men cannot
That choice lot of mackerel in barrels
lately opened by Mr. M. Foot is out
the bottom was reached a few days ago
much to everybody's regret. If any
>ther dealer has good mackerel let hita
make the fact known or forever after
hold his peace.
Every copy of the HERALD is printed
a a cost, and yet there are people who
sil1 persist in asking for a copy just for
nothing. It is common too to ask for a
bundle of exchange papers as if they
were not worth a price also. The un
kindest cut of all, however, is the prac
tice of borrowing the County paper
from a paymng subscriber. It not only
injures the subscriber but cheats the
Fift-two large, well filled, hand
somafy printed papers are furnished for
only $2.50 a year. Think of it and sub
The bcst time to advertise is when
times are dull, this is given up by the
shrewdest business men. Now is the
time too to have your job printing done,
when prices are down. These are facts.
As' money is sc arce we recommend
the plan adopted in Howell Co., Mo.,
of making cows ia circulating medium
and using calves as small change. If
this is adopted we inight have a little
Mr. Tryon, the fire extinguisher
agent from the house of P. P. Toale, of
Chrleston, spent several days here last
week, and we indulge the hope that he
has made arrangements with the town
for a large and wholesome apparatus.
Housekeepers are to be pitied now,
for they are at their wits ends in trying
to get inateriatl to make dinners. They
are making the best of the situation,
however, and it is gratifying to say that
they generally get up something.
Three months of Leap year are gone,
and no report yet of a single lady hav
ing taken advantage of the privilege.
In the absence of news items the im
agination is forced into active play to
make up this department. Why don't
our friends- send in what they know.
Poultry is extremely scarce in this
market and so are eggs-farmers are
cordially invited to bring in supplies
and help the town people in their ex
Itremity, edtatM~ ane ~
n .- ,-,tail iba M/ Anks was
We learn through the "Age" that
chicken thieves are up and doing. Five
pet pullets pulled from pedestal pri
And also that the Newberry Silver
Cornet Band has been revived, the
members being principally blowers from
the good town of Helena, in which
pla(ec the band does most of its prac
ticing. We trust they will "stand the
storin" better than the old band, and
that "it won't be very long" till they
favor the city of Newberrv with some
Official List of Patents
Tssued, by the United States Patent
Office, fur the week ending Friday,
Mar. 31st, 1876. Reported for the
[; ERAL;D by Louis Bagger & Co., So
licitors of Patcuts, Washington, D. C.
174 650. Grates; J. W. Williams,
174.671. Fluid-Meters; J. C. Guer
rant, Dativille, Va.
164.707. Cotton-Bale Ties; P.
Slattery, Charleston, S. C.
174.718, Piano Pedal Attachments;
C. F. Cheeseman, San Antonia, Tex.
174.815. Earth Augers; J. P.
Harris, Memphis. Tenn.
On Wednesday. the 5th instant, at the
Biptist Church, by the Rev. F 'W. Eason,
assisted by the Rev. R. A. Fair, Mr. W. E.
PELHAM nnd Miss CAROLINA BRANTLEY,
fifth daughter of Col. J. R. LBAVELL; all of
On Wednesday, the 5th instant, at the
residence of the Bride's mother, by the Rev.
Manning Brown, Presiding Elder of Cokes
bury District, Mr. PERcy BROWN and Miss
ROSA JONES; all of Newberry.
At the A1ston Hotel, on the 4th of April,
by the Rev. J. M. Boyd, Mr. W. P. WILLING
HAM and Miss M. ELLA ELKxNs.
An invitation to attend the festivities on the
above joyous occasion is acknowledged, and
with regret that-bnsiness engagements pre.
vented us from witnessing the ceremony and
partaking of the good cheer. The fair bride
will accept thanks for the cake subsequently
sent, with the best wishes for the future
happiness of herself and sponse. May their
days be full of peace.
NEWBERRY, S. C., April 8, 1876.
List of advertised letters for week ending
April 8, 1876:
Cannon, Martha A. Harris, Tbos. F.
Clark, Harry Henderson, Pink
Davis, Geo. Johnson, Molly C.
Grimes, Sallie Morton, Starling
Thompson, Mrs. T. B.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
Dragging Out Existence.
The nervous, weakly invalid does not en
joy life, but merely "drags out existence,"
as the phrase is. Unfitted for the active pur
suits of life, and incapable of partaking of its
oleasures, 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 there is nothing
in all this that cannot be remedied by that
genial alterative tonic and nervine, Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, which supplies. defi
cient stamina, braces the nervous system,
and overcomes those bodily irregularities to
which nervous weak-ness is most frequently
attributable. Diseases of the kidney and
bladder, imperfect digestion and uterine
troubles are fertile sources of debility. Their
eradication, however, becomes a matter of
certainty when Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
are systematically used for that purpose.
The Bitters likewise annihilate and prevent
fever and ague and other debilitating febrile
complaints of a malarial nature. ,14-4t.
NEWBERRY, April 11.-Cotton market
quiet, with prices at close, from 8 to 111j.
Bales shipped during week, 284.
LIVERPOOL, April 10.-Cotton dull and
easier-middling uplands 6l; middling Or
NAw YORK, A.pril 10.-Cotton quiet; sales
571, at 13 5-16a13i. Gold firm, at 1.13a1.13k.
BALTIMORE, April 10.-Cotton dull and
CHARLEsTON, April 10.-Cotton easier
middling 12 11-16a121.
South Carolina Medical As
The Annual Meeting of the Souith Caro
lina Medical Associatio-1 will take place in
Columbia, on Tuesday, April 11th, 1878.
HENRY D. FRASER,
Apr. 5, 14-2t.
TO THE INVA LID.
If you desire to be restored without the
use of medicine,
IOM TO GLEN SPRlNGS.
HOTEL OPEN 1st JUNE.
Parties received at any time on applica
Cottages to Rent.
Send for Circulars.
JNO. W. SIMPSON,
C. M. MILLER,
Mar. 22, 12-11t. In Charge.
THE FALL SESSION
WILL COMMENCE ON THE 15TH SEPT,
A. P. PIFER, A. M., Principal,
WITH COMPETENT ASSISTATS.
The adv'antages afforded by this institu
tion for a thorouigh and complete educa
tion, are second to no other in the State,
Tuition is low, viz: from $12.50 to $22.50
in advance, or on satistactory securities.
Boarding in private failiies at moderate
For further particulars enquire of the
Secretary of the Board; Mr. S. P. Boozer,
or of A. P. PIFER,
Aug 18, 33-tf. Principal.
FISh, OYSTES, CIRAS!
AND ICE IN SEASON.
The subscriber respectfully informs the
public qf New berry, that lhe is prepared to
supply them in the above necessary articles
frpm~tis date. Having dug a large dry
well, and with all the required facilities,
he will keep on hand an adequate quantity
of 10E and thus be able to meet the wants
nf' th~ neonle
Dry Goods, Groceries, Sc.
NEW AND SAFE DEPARTURE
WHICI WILL BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST!
TO MAKE ROO1 FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this datp 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 AMMONATED 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
ceived from different parties who have used
it. M. FOOT.
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
fe Io &CCI
Have in store their
FALL AND WFINTER STOIJ
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the varions lines, the stock is- large:
nd has been selected with great care.
The ladie.e are invited to examine our
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
Laces, White Goods,
' Embroideries, &c.,
CASSIMERES AND PIECE GOODS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
Besides the above we have in store a fine
'ardware and Cutlery,
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all kinds,
HEAVY 600DS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
And many other articles which it is need
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R. S. CHICV.
Sep. 22, 38.-tf.
Dry Goods A# JIUinerg
FLL ANT WINTER GOODS
THE L.EADER OF L.OW 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
money can now be found on his counters.
DRESS GOODS less than N. Y. cost.
Ladies and childrens FELT JACKETS.
Ladies and childrens KNITTED JACL
ETS, SHAWLS, HOODS, &c.-very &cheai.
Gents, ladies arnd childrens WOOL HOSE
and HALF HOSE, BLANKETS, QUILTS,
A large and elegant stock of CASSI
MERES, TWEEDS, JEANS, &c., all at
prices unsurpassed by any other house in
this city or elsewhere.
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
MAI STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jan. 19, 3-tf.
PAST DUE SCHOOL CLAIMS.
All persons holding School Pay Certifi
cates, issued prior to the 1st day of Novem
ber, 1874, whether the same have been
registered or not, are hereby required to
register them, with the undersigned, on or
b~fore the 1st day of May next, when a
pro rata distri'>ution of the funds applica
ble to such claims ivill be made. By a
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
pite in the said pro-rating..
HARRY B. SCOTT,
School Commissioner, N. C.
March 21st, 1876-12-5t.
The public arte warned against trading
for any one or all of the notes named be
low, which were stolen from me on the 16th
it. One note on .Tffernn Davenport,
GEO. WOODS & CO.'S
PA RLOR ORGA NS.
These remarkable instruments possess capacities for musical effects and expreson never before attained.
Adapted for Amateur and Professional, and an ornament in any parlor. rtfl ew StyusowUSdy.
GEO. WOODS & CO., Cambridgeport, Mass.
WAREROOS: 608 Washington St., Boston; 170 State St., Chieago; 16 Ludgate HI, Londoa.
-A leading. Musical Journal of selected music and valuable reading matter.
BVffil for$;x per year, or ten cents a number. Each number contaizs froa
Ozto$2 worth of the fstsectedmusic. GEO.WOODS & Co., Pubgshers, Cambdgepass.
Aprl. 5, 10;G -ii-aml.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Carpets.
McCIIEERY, LOVE & CO
Will Open, on Monday, March 27, 1876,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!'
-And during the next fifteen days will sell their entire stock of
Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes7
AT lower prices than ever before offered, to make room for large shipments now on the
way. Your attention is directed to the following partial price list of a few of the many:_
articles we propose to sell you AT A BARGAIN:
50 pieces new style DRESS GOODS, at 11 cents per yard.
5 cases WAMSUTTA BLEACHED MUSLIN, at 12J cents per yard.
50 dozen Ladies' elegant new style TIES, at 25 cents each.
5 cases WHITE PIQUES, at 12)4 cents per yard.
5 cases PRINTS. fast colors, warranted, at 5 cents per. vard.
10 cases good style PRINTS. warranted, at 61 cents per yard.
2 cases yard wide CAMBRICS, at 10 cents per yard.
25 pieces GRASS CLOTHS, all colors, at 10 cents per yard.
All of the newest styles and best brands of Prints will be sold at S cents per yard.
Brown, Bleached and Plaid Homespuns at proportionately low prices.
Our stock of BOOTS. SHOES, H.ATS AND CAPS at a general reduction of 20 r cent.
The best assortment of TRUNKS, SACHELS, LUNCH AND MA RET -BASKETS in, the
cOur entire stock of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER,ac.,
will be closee out and below cost.
The above will convince you that the .place to get cheap goods and good attention is .at
the Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment.
Now is your time to secure BARGANS. Call early and often.
M'CREERY, -'LOVE & CO.,
Mar.29, 42-1y. COLUMBIA, S. C.
SPRING OPENING OF NEW DRY GOODS
CT'. WOLidSAE ADRETAIL DEALER IN -
DRY GOODS ANT) CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, ETC,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Long Cloths............. .from 6t a 15c. 'Cottonades................from 12c. up
Brown Shirtings...........from 61i a 10e. Jeans....................from 1.2c. up.
Prit......... from 5 a 10e. ICassimneres...............fro 25c. up.
Cec' 'an'd'Strip'omnesp'ns from 6k a 12c. IDress Goods.....'.....from 8&tc. up.
Ginghams.................from 10c. up. Hosiery, Gloves, etc.........at allrprices,.
W AND EVEEY ARTICLE KEPT IN A FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS HOUSE AT-CORRESPON~DINGLY
L.OW RmCES. ..&
SEWIN(G MACHINES, ATTACHIE ENTS, NEEDL ES, OILS,. ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Mar. 15, 11 -tf.
Clothing. .Doors, &ask and Bliseds.
STOCK OF .
AND CENTS''AND YOUTHS' (-E. S A K R
FUR N/S HINS 50088 CHRETN,S
EVER EIKIBITED IN NEWBEERY.
DRESS SUITS of finest qualities, at prices
in accordance with the times.
BUSINESS SUITS, in variety and all
BOYS' SUITS, $5 to $10.
all kinds and qualities.
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, TholyDO,SH iBIN
BROGANS A SPECIALTY, FCOYondadmngdb ao
Besides every other atcekept in a firstliinnthsit.Alwrguaned
class Clothing House. Awy nhn ag tc fDQS
AGENTS FoRsES COLad UNDWjKo
KEEP'S CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS, eeydsrpin
$16 PER DOZEN. ES ADAE
Examination of goods and prices solicit- DRSE LUBRadLO IN
1FIIIH & CJOPPOCL a 81S7dl-y
The onlyUDOOR SASH and LIND
cosstn i ar fADDways, an largie&stckofDOIS
andDobl Graium,Sinle SH, ~BINDS,1. - MUDNS,BAK
DouleFucsis, edandWhte egni s, SCROLL___ and__TURNED___WORK__of
Heliotroes, Cenury PlatsriNigton.oo
ingCeeu, ce Ar nd axPlnt, ins LASS,WHIE LEADandmeDSi
Banna, ad ift ohe vaieiesoEPSatsED LUBE and- KL G
ars. 29J9-t. F .DPE hog h<esn usy
CanICEsREENl.ADainT, wat,.PiceScBdo n
OIstE machi-neo willSS no rn f.9 ovrrsco
Single and DolenedGraniums,cSingleganbopr.5,he6-1a-ty..
Mosses,&c. GroenhfnocSeeanadmakant 9 emg
c9 * . J. F. C. DuPRE, through theosison. Puts your gutao
Abbeville G. E., S. C. down in any quantity desired. 40'ra
' Mar. 29, 13-St., .. 1, 2, 3 or 4 feet apart, also
any small gram, wheat, rice, &c.
NOTICE machine.ilinet run ofr. Covere s cover
* splendidly. No casting about the Phmter.