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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADvERTIsEMENTS.
L. R. Marshall-Keep Cool.
W. S. Wheeeler-Pliotographs.
J. K. -P. Goggans-Lost Note.
G. & C. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
Thos. W. Holloway-Pomono. Grange.
B. W.. Wrenn-The Great Centennial.
Pelham & Wardlaw- Drugs-Toilet Goods
-Paints-Kerosine Oil, Lamps-White Wine
Vinegar and Blue Lick Water-Physicians'
*WHAT THE PEOPLE NEED.-There
is no use in beating round the bush, it
being eiearly established that what the
people need is cheap goods of the, best
character, and that they will have them
is another truth. Cheap shoddy and
humbug won't go down any longer. If
the best and cheapest cannot be found
at the extensive China and Crockery
store of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath,
under the Columbia Hotel, Columbia,
then it is useless to continue the search
any further. The largest stock of
House-furnishing goods can be found
there. . 21-tf.
We take pleasure in reproducing the fol
lowing well deserved notice of the Piedmont
and Arlington Life Instrance Company,
Richmond, Va., from the Insurance and Real
Estate Journal of New York, May 6, 1876:
This company is distinguished for its rapid
progress. Established soon after the close
of the recent war, it is now become the lead
Ing company of the South, its management
having been confided to gentlemen quali
tied in every way to guide it to success.
It is impossible to read the statistics of
the last year without feeling assured that the
company is placed in vigorous and energetic
hands, or the results obtained could not have
been achieved in such an adverse period as
that just passed away. Though in existence
little more than six years, the compo.ny had
on the 1st of January last 6,517 poicies in
force,insurin'g $15,538.642, deriving an annual
income of -$939,767.77. Another impressive
feature is the profitable difference between
the gross assets and the liabilities, the former
being $2,127,572 at the clost of the year, and
the latter $1,895,819, leaving a surplus as -re
gards policyholders of $231,752, or $113 of
assets to every $100 of liability-a compara
tive position not exceeded by the oldest com
pany, doing business in this State.
We allude 'to these cireamstances as evi
dence, not only of the discrimination and care
of the management, but of its skillfulness
and judgment, qualities as indispensable to
the saccess of a life insurance company as
capital itself, and far less easily to be found.
We are happy to add that the Piedmont and
Arlington is one of the for-y-six life com
panies licensed to transact business in this
State, where it is in high esteem, and where
it is annualy advancing to greater eminence.
When Edward.Scholtz repairs your clock
or-watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1y
THOMPSON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store,
DA .-Rbert Campbell, infant
at Pomaria on Monday, the 22d, aged
JUDQMENTs.-The judgments obtain
ed a&-4he late term of Court in this
County, amiounted to the sum of $77,
MAATTO THINK OF.-Mr. L. R.
Marshall makes very pleasant mention
this. week by saying that he is prepared
to furnish Ice Cream in any quantity
from a single plate to a churn full, and
Wg11.81pply fammIes at short notice. See
How TO GET rr.-Ry reference to
card of Mr. B. W. Wrenn, General
Passenger Agent Kennesaw Route, it
will be seen that he will furnish very
valuable information as to best routes
to Centennial. and elsewhere. This a
very popular agency.
LOOKING UP.-The city of Greenville
is looking up and the4nterprise of hei'
citizens is largely rewarded. Among
the number of her active, wide-awake
men we class Mr. J. B. Elkins, and we
are pleased to state that he is in a high
ly prosperous condition, and from pres
ent indications bids fair to be one of the
big moneyed men of that growing city.
We commend him to the travelling
Picxxcs.-The Baptist Sabbath School
propose a picnic at Oak Grove Academy
The Grangers' grand pidhc at Ebe
nezer's will come off on Friday, June
16th, and will lie a big affair, as every
body is invited to attend With refresh
ments. A. B. Smnedley, Esq., Grand
Lecturer of the National Grange, will
deliver-an address on that interesting
WHAT THE PEOPLE ARE LOOKING
F?O-cheap goods and plenty of them.
As it happens that Messrs. McCreery,
Love & Co., ar.e able to supply the great
want not only in prices, but in variety
and quantity, they of course are kept in
affectionate remembrance by the bar
gain hunting public. This house keeps
up a full line ini everything that can be
desired, its means and facilities being
unusually large. Orders solicited and
prompt attention given, it
CHANGE OF SCHEDIELE.-The pas
senger schedule.on G. & C. R. R., was
changed on Monday last, as follows:
Leave Columbia at 7.45, a. in., New
berry, 10.50, and arrive at Greenville,
5.35, p. m. Leave Greenville at 8.05,
a. mn., Newberry, 2.40, and arrive at
Columbia, 5.55, p. mn. Only 3 minutes
are allowed at Newberry Depot for the
transfer of passengers and baggage.
Tbe old schedule for down train suited
the travelling public better than the
?ELHAM & WARDLAw's Drug Store,
over which Dr. W. E. Pelhiam presides
with such grace, is in receipt of full
lines of pure drugs and medicines, toilet
goods, paints, lamps, oils, vinegar,
Blue Lick Water, &c., &c. These
goods. are all warranted as represented,
and are offered cheap for cash, the lat
k er of which especially is an induce
~n these hard times. A specialty
PAINTING.-We take pleasure in call
ing attention to the card of Mr. Packer
in this paper. In his 'varied role as
house and sign painter and decorator
he has no equal. He has lately removed
to Helena, bnt this does not prevent
him from executing any work here in
town which may be entrusted to him.
Read his card.
SPLENDD CLovER.-We have not
seen Mr. T. W. Holloway's clover
field in some time, but learn through
an enthusiastic friend who has traveled
and seen much of vegetable as well as
animal life, that it is perfectly splendid.
Such a patch might make a man
proud, and feel no dread should he be
subjected to the fate of Nebuchadnezzar.
Holloway has two things to be proud of.
Dr. JAs. L. GILDER will be remembered
by many of our old citizens as a Physician of
great note in Newberry and Laurens Coun
ties. The Doctor has beetrin his grave many
years, but he left a valuable legacy behind
im; in the shape of Dr. GILDER's LIVER
PILLs. If you have a headache, take two
or three pills at bed time, and yoa will find
sure and permanent relief. If you are bilious
and feel bad generally, a.gooddose of these
Pills will perfectly relieve you.
For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant. 21-5t.
THE SCHOOL PicNic.-In consequence
of the unfavorable weather on Friday
morning the boys and girls were pre
vented from going to the river. But
they would not be backed out of their
fun, and therefore assembled in the
Female Academy, and had a good time
in playing and in eating the good things
prepared. After that they took to
wagons and went through the streets
with banners waving and merry shouts.
Its a good thing to be young. They
have our thanks for an invitation to at
tend at the river.
IN LUcK.-The editor of the Green
ville News, Col. A. M. Speights, was in
high feather last week on the .occasion
of the News' third birthday. Showers
of elegant ham, choice mackerel, deli
cious cream, fluid extracts, mealy po
tatoes and other good things were
poured in upon him in generous abun
dance, while oodles of invitations to
dine, ride, &c., came fast and thick.
How his rotundity must have swelled!
We congratulate him on entering the
third year under such pleasant circum
Y. M.D.C0.-The Young Men's Demo
cratic Club. after considerable discussion
whether they should remain an auxiliary
or become an independent political or
ganization, have passed the following
Resolved, That the Young Men's
Democratic Club of Township No. 1
hereby declaes itself to be a distinct
and independent Democratic organiza
tion, and entitled to all the rights, bene
fits and privileges of other Democratic
Clubs in this Towvnship.
In our next issue we shall say a few
words to our young friends,-in whom
indeed the hope for the future, rests.
who was sentenced at the late term of
Court to pay $50 fine or be imprisoned
two months, has received a pardon at
the hands of Governor Chamberlain.
The Governor's letter granting the par
don is as follows:
His pardon is now asked for in a pe
tition, signed by over one hundred citi
zens of Newberry, including, as Ijudge,
nearly all the leading white citizens of
the town. The petition sets forth-1. That
the offense was provoked by a willful
and malicious injury to the personal
propeity of the defendant by the person
assaulted. 2. That this is the first of
fense and that his conduct heretofore
has been specially beneficial to his com
munity. 3. That the defendant is poor,
and wvith difficulty obtains a living,
owing to the loss of an arm.
Jiudge Northrop endorses the petition
favorably, stating that "the circunastan
ees of the case appear to be such as to
commend the petition to the favorable
consideration -of the governor."
Upon this showing I grant the par
don. D. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
Governor of South Carolina.
We learn through the Rev. H. W.
Kuhs that Col. Dodamnead has con
sented to sell round trip tickets for all
points on the road to persons going to
Wahalla College Commencement, for
three cents per mile each way, to be
good for ten days. The Baccalau
reate Sermon will be preached on Sun
day, the 11th of June, and the Exercises
will continue to Thursday-Commence
ment day. We have no doubt that a
large number of persons from this
County will avail themselves of the op
potunity of visiting that pleasant re
gion and of witnessing the closing ex
ercises of this popular College, which
are usually of a highly interesting char
acter. We would suggest that if there
be any halting between teo opinions
whether or not to go, to make up their
minds at once, and prepare to join the
crowd who will make up the pleasant
BLL AND> SocIAL.-The Anniver,
sary Entertainment of Pulaski' Lodge,
No. 20, 1. 0, 0. F., which will consist
of a Ball and a Social, will take place at
Odd Fellows' Hall on Tuesday evening,
June 6th, and will be the grand affair
of the season. The committee, it will
be seen, have wisely determined to give
the ladies and gentlemen who attend
their choice in spending the hours in
terpsichorean enjoyment or in social re
union, where a feast of reason and flow
of soul can be indulged in to the heart's
content, the former on the first floor
and the latter a.bQve, where there will
be no disturbing sound of shuming feet
and pigeon wing executions. Refresh
muents of varied kmnd wim be funhed
As GOOD AS His WoRD.-Mr. W.
M. Wheeler, the popular Greenville
Photo. Artist who lately spent a few
days here and made some elegant pic
tures, promised on leaving to send his
brother, Mr. W. S. Wheeler, to fill his
place, and we are pleased now to state
that he has kept his word, the latter
gentleman having arrived and thrown
out his banner to a discriminating pub
lie. That he will give satisfaction we
are confident, and all he asks is a trial
of what he can do. Give him a sitting,
reader, and you will find him not only
a good artist, but a very modest, clever,
good looking and intelligent gentleman.
THE FUES! THE FUES!-It seems a
reproach upon the boasted progress of
science that nothing has yet been de
vised to rid us of the insufferable annoy
ance created by such an insignificant
creature as a fly. We are helpless in the
midst of telegraphs, steam engines,
sewing machines, patent threshers and
Northern histories of the war. 25,000
drilled soldiers and uncounted melish to
van<quish this unmitigated past. We
are getting used to the fifteen puppies
which are being trained for a 4th of
July howl within a radius of thirty
yards from bur dormitory; the police
compel us to endure the everlasting
shouting and fuss of the young Arabs of
the street; it has been music to us; but
to be waked. up at early dawn by a fly
trying to climb into our left nostril, and
to persist in its attempt against all re
monstrance for an hour at least, return
ing to the charge every two minutes,
and still keep the decalogue in your
mind's eye, is certainly, well-very
PERSONAL.-Col. H. T. Peake, just
from the City by the Sea, refreshed by
the salt sea breezes and good fare, paid
us a visit on Thursday last, on his way
back to the head of his work. We are
always glad to see him, his genial man
ner leaving a pleasant influence be
. Capt. W. H. Webb has again taken
his departure for the West, having pur
chased an interest in the Le Grande
Hotel, Dallas, Texas. Mr. Hugh Har
rington, his son-in-law, Mrs. Harring
ton and Miss Ora Webb left for the
same point on Thursday last. A pleas
ant trip to them, and success in this
new field of operations.
We regret to hear of the sickness of
Mr. G. T. Scott. Mr. W. G. Mayes is
convalescing. Mr. John Vinyard is in
a precarious condition.
Revs. H. W. Kuhns and R. A. Fair
were both absent on last Sabbath, the
former in attendance at St. Matthew's
Church, near Glymphville, the dedica
tion sermon of which he preached, and
the latter filling an appointment in the
town of Edgefield.
Mr. Win. F. Fraser, of Charleston,
representing the Journal of Commerce,
paid us a visit on Monday last, after a
successful trip through the upper coun
ties. We are'-pleased to say that he
has received' a goodly number of sub
scriptions for the above named excellent
paper. He is now making his way
ABOUT THE TowN AND COUNTY.
Cool nights and mornings-interme
diate time very warm.
The coolest place-in town is White's
dug-out around that famous spring-he
is still digging, and there is promise of
an Ice Cream Saloon which will go
ahead of anything of that kind on re
*Very little is said about the Centen
nial -now, only one individual speaks
of going, and as he is out of funds we
propose to heel him by a subscription.
He ought to go by all means.
The pubglic meetings of the Young
Men's Christian Association are largely
attended. The last meeting was very
The Sheriff of Newberry is absent on
professional business-parties wishing
to see him must wait till he returns.
So is brother Taylor with his "Pani
It is remarkable how little of the
"crooked" is absorbed in Newberry.
That is, we don't see the signs of it.
Mr. Foot's new brick yard over the
railroad is turning out a superior art!.
cle of brick.
We were under the impression that
fishing parties had played out, but it is
not so. There were two parties out on
A few chickens were on the market
last week, and buyers were so plentiful
that the squall of the little birds could
not be heard a yard off.
Parties having Centennial relics need
not be afraid to bring them to this of
fice. They will be taken care of.
Business is getting no better fast.
It took four mules and three negroes
to bring in one bale of cotton on Wed
nesday. Cotton is no longer King, and
the sooner this is fully realized the bet
ter for the country.
An interesting little, girl the other
day made acquaintance with a gentle,
busy bee, its greeting was so warm that
it brought tears to her eyes.
We were struck on Wednesday last,
with the great difference betwen a
watch wound up and a wound up edi.
tor. One goes on tick splendidly while
the other does not.
Dr. Ruff's garden was lately raided
upon and 91apy of his early vegetables
carried off. Notlhing so gQQ4 to stop
this kind of work as shot.
The fine season of rain has helpe
vegetation wonderfully, and garden
are doing their best.
The busiest men in town last wee
were the printers and the lawyers-nc
since last Fall .has there been such
rush of work-unfortunately, howevei
the money is in the distant future.
Mr. Thos, Lane made things loo
lively on the streets Wednesday morn
ing, with a fine young horse whicl
seemed loath to drive in single harness
Its a long lane which has no tur
though, and the animal found Mr. Ton
Lane at the end of the turn.
But the boys and girls made it live
Her on Friday afternoon, by filling seve
ral dray wagons and driving throug]
the streets hurrahing like mad. The
had been picnicing in the Academ:
rooms and grew tired of fun betweei
Now is the time to grabble Irish po
tatoes if you have a patch. Never mis
an opportunity to set out collard plant
for crout-which the old Dutch say i
For sale-a lively young Alligato,
warranted pure stock and acclimated
Terms to an approved purchaser mad,
easy. Only reason for selling-a desir
to change investment.
'Good flour is scarce in this market
and housekeepers are looking forwar,
for some of the new crop. They Wil
not have to wait long, and there wil
be plenty of it when it does come.
Flies are putting in an appe0rance i
unusual numbers. One family attempt
ed to smoke them out of the dininj
room with cotton sprinkled with rel
pepper-result, each one took whooF
ing cough-the family we mean, nc
the flies. The latter are a trifle mor
lively than before the smoking.
It is satisfactory to know that MI
Foot has the prospect of being able t
supply this market with better briel
than have heretofore been furnished
His force is now turning out about 5,00
per day. Success attend his labors.
The boys of Newberry have run will
on aquariums, and ransack the tow
for large mouthed bottles and the creek
for little fish. Several have quit schoc
so that they may have sufficient time t
devote to this purpose.
A reduction in rents would be haile
with delight in these times of distress
and would bring down blessings upol
the heads of landlords.
The weather is likely to get on a hig
horse, and the thermometer go up, bt
there is consolation to be found i:
White's dug out, at Geo. Lane's Sod
Fount and at W. H. Dickert's Ice Crear
Saloon. If you cannot-keep cool wit
these blessings send round to Marshall
dwelling and get a whole churn full <
Ice Cream.- -
A FLOWER THAT CHANGES ITS COLOI
Botany is a division of natural scient(
which treats of plnnts, and a study of Veg4
table Physiology must be the foundation <
botanical kbowledge-a study only possibl
by the improvements in the microscope an
in organic chemistry. As plants are n(
scattered haphazard over the-earth, botanica
geography must be studied, and, with thi
plant-history. Botany may b~e applied to ti
wants of every-day life, as in Agrlcultrt
Horticulture, or Medical Botany. Anima
often exhibit a marvelous instinct in..selec
ing medicinal herbs, and an obsetvationu
their habits has often, even in the preset
time, led to most valuable discoveries. An
should man, with his knowledge and al
pliances, fail to discover less than the brute
It is of Medical Botany we won!d speak, c
of the HEPATINE PLANT, discoveredi
Southern Nubia, the Flower of which changi
its color with every change of the atmo
phere. The remarkable changes and varii
tions of this Plant and Flower have been f<
years our special study, resulting in the di
covery of its possession of wonderful medic
properties, the existence and value of whic
have heretofore been entirely unknown I
medical science. After much labor and scie1
tific investigation, we have succeeded In e:
tracting its peculiar medicinal principle
which is a specific and cure for all diseast
of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels; a permi
nent cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Spleel
Constipation, Jaundice, and all Bilious Con
plaints. Of course we cannot send a livin
Flower of this Plant to all who read oiMiep:
tine; but to all who 1ill send their add.re
to MEREELL & CoUDEZN, Philadelphia, Pa
with a three-cent stamp for return postage
we will send FREEi a fac-simile of the Flowe
that will change and color just the same
the real Hepatine Flower.
The Medicine, MERRELL'S EPATIN1
for sale by Dr. S. F. Pant, Newberry, S. C
and will cure all diseases of the liver. 21*
NEwBERRT, S. C., May 27, 1876.
List of advertised letters for week endit
May 27, 1876:
Alewine, Thos. H. |Marshall, Rev. G. T
Caldwell, Wilson IRuff, Md. 0.
Feltan, Geo. 'Scott, Jas.
Jackson, Mrs. Ellen Swe.tenberg, Powel
Kennedy, Mrs. Md. A. Wicker, Mollie
Wilson, Emma C.
Parties calling for letters will please s:
if advertised. E, W. BOONE, P. Md.
A Widely Applicable Remeda
Few remedies are applicable to such a wil
range of disorders as Ilostetter's Storga4
Bitters, and this not because it has specd
properties adapted to the cure of each--su
a retence would be manifestly absurd-b
on account of its wonderfully improving I
fect upon the general tone of the system, ai
its alterative action upon the organs of n
trition, secretion and discharge. Besides
well known properties as a remedy for inte
mittent and remittent fevers, dyspepsia, co
stipation, torpidity of the liver, genera1 d
bility, urinary and uterine difficulties, it I
variably proves to be highly serviceable
overcoming anmmia, hypochondria, rheum
tism, insomnia, and many other disorde
und disalilities Qrigingtiglg in pgverty olr'u
purity of the blood, nervous waknss
over-excitement, or an imperfect perfori
ance of the physical functions. 18
NEwBERRT, May 30.-Cotton market o
declined-price at close lleing only 14 en
hoeshilnod diering- week 991.
ARRIVALs AT POOL'S HOTEL,
D. E. Stalnaker, A. Stebbins Prior, New
York; W. F. Ostendorff, Rufus Froneberger,
Charleston, S. C.; L. A. East, Laurens, S. C.;
Wm. Riser, Newberry, S. C., I. A. Yancey,
Virginia; Jos. F. Gist, Charles Bolt, Union,
t S. C.; J. M. Dyson, Jno. Wilis, Edgefield,
S. C.; Ward Simmons, Wm. Johnson, Peter
Robertson, R. H. Greneker, Jr.. City; J. A.
Cannon, Pomaria, S. C.; W. F. McClellan,
Atlanta, Ga.; 0. H. Oelonslechker, Korsare,
Maine; W. C. Mower, Maine; T. J. McCrary,
BELINQVENT TAX LIST.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
1 NEWBERRY, S. C., May 22, 1876.
1 Under instructions from the Comptroller
General, I hereby advertise the list of Delin
quent Lands of Newberry County, for the
Tax Year of 1875.
TOWNSHIP NO. 1.
Cash, John D., I Lot, 1 Building.
1 Coleman, Lucy, 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Counts, John W., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
Davis, Amanda, 1 Lot.
f Fair, Mary N., 469 Acres, 10 Buildings.
1 Fair, Mary N., 42 Acres, 12 Buildings.
Fallaw & Summers, 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
Foot, Michael, 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Foot, Michael, 1 Lot, 5 Buildings.
- Foot, Michael, 1 Lot, 1 Building.
s Gantt, Arkansas R., 1 Lot.
Garmany, Naomi E., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
9 Hallman, Abram, 18 Acres, 3 Buildings.
3 Harmon, Mary E., 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
Hollis. Miss D. E., 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Humbert, John W., 1 Lot, 5 Buildings.
Humbert, John W., 1 Lot, 4 Buildings.
Hunter, Est., Nathan A., 3 Lots.
Jones, Benson M., 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
Jones, Benson M., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
3 Jones, Mary J., 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
3 Jones, Lambert J., 1 Lot, 13 Buildings, 182
Jones, Lambert J.* 1 Lot, 1 Building, 10
Jones, Lambert J., 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
I Jones, Lambert J., 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
1 Langford, Sarah, 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
Langford, Sarah, 1 Lot.
I Langford, Sarah, 1 Lot.
McFall, James Y., 1 Lot, 3 Buildings.
McFall & Pool, 1 Lot, 1 Building.
I McFall & Pool, 1 Lot, 1 Building.
McFall & Pool, 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Metts, Sarah C., I Lot, 2 Buildings.
Metts, Preston, 1 Lot, 1 Building.
Moorman, Thomas S., 1 Lot, 4 Buildings.
Moorman, Thomas S., 1 Lot.
- Motte, Margaret, Trst. Est., 1 Lot, 5 Build
Nates, Sarah N., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
D Pennington, John M., 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Pool, Jordan P., 1 Lot, 4 Buildings, 62 Acres.
Pool, Jordan P., 1 Lot, 8 Buildings.
Pool, Jordan P., 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Pool, Jordan P., 1 Lot.
) Pool, Jordan P., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
Pool, Jordan P., 1 Lot, 8 Buildings.
Scott, Henry T., 30 Acres, 3 Buildings.
Sims, Lucy, 1 Lot, 1 Building.
Speck, Carrie F., 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Thomas, Will H., 1 Lot, 2 Buildings.
Turner, William, 1 Lot.
Webb, William H., 1 Lot, 4 Buildingt.
Wells, Cornelia T., 120 Acres, 4 Buildings.
1 Wells, Shelton E., 130 Acres, 3 Buildings.
Wicker, Est., Andrew M., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
S Williams, Wesley, 1 Lot, 1 Building.
1 Wilson, Alfred. 13 Acres, 2 Buildings.
TOWNSHIP NO. 2.
Black, Mark P., 110 Acres, 2 Buildings.
Brown, Martha V., 60 Acres, 4 Buildings.
i Dirby, Est., John, 195 Acres, 3 Buildings.
Hatton, William, 97 Acres, 3 Buildings.
, Sondley, Richard C., 636 Acres, 7 Building.
a TOWNSHIP NO. 3.
Chaplin, Wilhal, 600 Acres.
Chick, Renbin 5., 860 Acres, 6 Buildings.
5 Fitzgerald, Julia A., 190 Acres.
Moorman, Thomas 5., 130 Acres, 4 Buildings.
t Moorman, Thomas 5., 2 Acres, 2 Buildings.
a Raff, Williamette E., 750 Acres, 15 Buildings,
aTOWNSHIP NO. 4.
Atcheson, Ells~ J., 100 Acres.
a Campbell, Mrs. Casey, 45 Acres, 1 Building,
ii Duckett, Martha, 141 Acres, 5 Buildings.
SGlenn, John D., 87 Acres.
8Mathews, Mary T., 87 Acres 4 Buildings.
f Shell, Est., Abraham D., 158 Acres, 4 Build
Tueker, George B., 264 Acres, 6 Buildings.
Wallae, William, 940 Acres, 3 Buildings.
. TOWNSHIP NO. 5.
e Gary, Dorsey L., 508 Acres, 12 Buildings.
.Gary, Dorsey L., 600 Acres, 6 Buildings.
Gary, J. Wistar, 450 Acres, 5 Buildings.
f~ Harmon, Mary E., 317 Acres, 10 Buildings.
e Johnson, Thomas L., 14 Acres.
d Moorman, Thomas 5., 19 Acres.
SNesley, Joseph T., 49 Acres, 3 Buildings.
tOxner, George, 210 Acres, 3 Buildings.
i Suber, Est., Martin W., 484 Acres, 4 Build
SWitman, Ailsey, 361 Acres, 5 Buildings.
TOWNSHIP NO. 6.
SChappell, Eustacia C.,300 Acres, 3 Buildings
Chappell, James B., 31 Acres, 3 Buildings.
Coulter, Mary L., 100 Acres, 2 Buildings.
f Davenport, Jefferson, 139 Acres,4 Buildings
t Tribble, Andrew K., 1204 Acres,15-Buildings
STribble, Est., Elijah, 430 Acres, 4 Buildings
.'TOWNSHIP NO. 7.
?Baird, Spencer P., 337 Acres, 4 Buildings.
Baird, Spencer P., 259 Acres.
r Griffin, Est., Charles B., 240 Acres, 1 Build
Henson, Henry 0., 225 Acres, 2 Buildings.
sHill, James C., 1780 Acres, 9 Buildings.
i Moon, Peter, 517 Acres, 5 Buildings.
i- Payne, Elizabeth W., 250 Acres, 4 Buildings
>r Ridlehuber, Frances H., 5 Acres.
Tribble, Andrew K., 754 Acres, 12 Buildings
SVaughan, Fannie H., 495 Acres, 4 Buildings
ilTOWNSHIP NO. 8J.
h Boozer, David, 58 Acres, 2 Buildings.
0 Herbert, Thomas G., 400 Acres, 3 Buildings
1- TOWNSHIP NO. 9.
C- Counts, Albert, 3 Acres.
, Counolly, John A.. 115 Acres, 1 Building.
s~ Dominick, Jesse, 63 Acres, 3 Buildings.
Kibler, Jacob M., 4 Lots, 4 Buildings.
- Kibler, Langdon C., 3 Lots, 5 Buildings, 421
. King. Dempsey R., 1 Lot, 5 Buildings.
Koon, John H., 20 Acres, 1 Building.
gKoon, Martha E., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
-~ Lester, William B., 40 Acres.
is Sheely, Ann, 66 Acres, 1 Building.
Summers, Henry, 20 Acres, 2 Buildings.
'Thomas, Edward, 9 Acres, 1 Building.
~Thomas, Margaret, 7 Acres.
r, Whites, Susannah J., 1 Lot, 1 Building.
s Wyse, Adam L., 13 Acres, 2 Buildings, rLot
'TOWNSHIP NO, 10.
;Booser, Frederick A., 9 Acres.
Baird, Spencer P., 115 Acres, 2 Buildings.
Chapman, James K., 60 Acres, 3 Buildings
tf Cromer, Michael. Heirs of, 13 Acres.
Dominick, Frederick H., 76 Acres.
Gallman, Henry, 80 Acres, 2 Buildings.
Hlouseal, Mary A., 24 Acres.
Kibler, Nancy C., 302 Acres, 3 -BuIldings.
Livingston, James B., 56 Acres, 1 Building
iLivingston, Est., Martin, 117 Acres, 1 Build
f. Seas, John L., 190 Acres, 6 Buildings.
Sheely, Jacob, 125 Acres, 4 Buildings.
Werts, Jennie M., 30 Acres.
I Werts, W. Anderson, 20 Acres, 3. Building.
Wicker, Est., Wram, 54 Acres, 3 BuildIngs
TOWNSHIP NO. 11.
' Counts, Adam B., 250 Acres, 2 Buildings.
.Counts, Adam B., 219 Acres, 4 Buildings.
Cannon, John A., 520 Acres, 4 Buildings.
Heloler, Rose, 4 Acres, 1 Building.
, Koon, Est., John D., 50 Acres.
*Kinard, John G., 205 Acres.
le Kinard, Mary A., 150 Acres, 4 Buildings.
h La4e, Est., Jabes G., 600 Actes, 6 BuildIngs
al Moorman, Thomas S., 59 Acres, 1 Building
h Prince, David, 76 Acres, 2 Buildings.
it Notice is hereby given that the whole o
Sthe several Parcels, Lots and parts of Lots o
d Real Estate described in the prece4ing ist
- or so much thereof as will be necessary t<
tspay the Taxes, Penalties and Assessment
r- charged thereon, will be sold by JESSE C
- SMITH, Esq., Treasurer of Newberry Coun
e- ty, ON MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY 01
? JUNE, A. D. 1876, unless such Taxes, As
in sessmnents and Penalties be paid before tha
a- time; and such sale will be continued, fri
s day to day, until all of said Paarcels, Lot
0 and parts of Lots of Fleal Estate shall be soli
er or offered for sale.
*- R. E. WILLIAMS,
Pt- Countyv Auditor, N. C.
- May 24, 21-2L.
a Will talke ngtice that zgy offle at New
Sbarry will be open frodig the 1st June ti
-2thh July na.t, for tea pm.nnse of Asfisess
Drugs 0 Fancy .irticles.
Dr. S. F. FANT, .
No. I Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
PERFUMERIES AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Of all kinds, always in store.
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
MIXED PAINTS, all Colors, ]
READY FOR USE. be
WHITE LEAD AND OILS,
Of warranted quality and as cheap as
can be bought at manufaetory.
MY STOCK IS FRESH, PURE AND COM
PLETE AND SATISFACTION GUAR
ANTEED IN EVERY RESPECT.
so- Physicians Prescriptions care
fully Compounded at all hours .
of the day and night.
Apr. 26, 17-tf.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ne.
NEW AND SAFE DEPARTURE ]
WINTER GOODS I
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST! L
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS. P
. - C
I will sell from this date, until a clear- G
ance -is effected, without regard to cost, *
Woolen Goods of all kinds,
Mens' and Boys' Clothing, &c.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!4
MY STOCK OF
Is full and complete, and will be SOLD
LOW FOR CASH.
GraniteviHle Skirting, Sheet
ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PItICES.j
Warranted 150 proof, and as good as
any oil sold.
M IDDL.ETON 'S
FISH AMMtONIATED) PHOSPHATE.
This justly celebrated F etin ha ac
tiesaandonthe most liea terms,and wil
cved from different partes who hav used
it.Fb 23 -t.M. FOOT.
F. W, &-tL.
Have in store their
PALL AiM WIlNE SOC
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected with great care. I
The ladies are invited to examine our a
assortment of s'
Dress Goods, Trimmings, a
Laces, White Goods,
CASSIMERES AND PIECE GOODS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth.,
Besides the above we have in store a fine
Hardware and Cutlery,
r Saddles and Bridles,1
r Trnks of all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
Anzd many other articles wrhich it is need
less to mention.
The above goods WILL BE~ SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASE.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Sep. 22, 88-it.]
By applying to the undersIgned, LUM
BEIR will be delivered by the Car Load,
at R~ail Road Depot at Newberry, at the fol
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Carpets.
GRAND CLEARING OUT S
IR- GOODS, BOOTS 89I FA!,*UK
CARPETS, MAITTINGS, &c.,
MC EEIY, .LOVE & CO.'S,
OOLTJMBI.A, S. 0.,
OMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 15,18764
In accordance with our Semi-Annual custom we will, as above, offer the l t and
)st attractive stock of DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOE, CAR
TS AND MATTINGS, at such prices as have never before- been heard of ii this market.
We have bought within the last ten days from the large Auction and Bankrupt Bale.I
,w York, $25,000.00 WORTH OF GOODS, which we intend to give our customers ti
Orders from the country always receive our special attention.
The following partial price list will convince you that we mean just what we say.
2 Cases Fancy Prints, fast colors,......... ..........at 4 centspeqard
5 Cases Fancy Prints, Madder colors........................at 5'
10 Cases Fancy Prints, Standard colors.......................at 6J
2 Cases 4-4 Printed Cambrics................................at 81 c
2 Cases 44 Pacific Cambrics and Lawns.....................at 1% c c
All newest and best brands Prints...................at 8f e
5 Cases Wamsatta 4-4 Bleached......................at 12j c
5 Cases Androscoggin 44 Bleached ....................at 10 " -
1 Case Colored Grenadine Dress Goods................ .....at 6J "
50 Pieces New Style Dress Goods............ .........at 121 "
5 Cases 4-4 White Pique........... ..............at12k " "
The largest stock of Boots and Shoes in the-city, at 20 cents per-pair and upwards.
ens' and Womens' Brogans and Shoes at $1.00 per pair, worth $1.25.
2,500 yards Hamburgh Edgings and Insertings at a great sacrifice.
We will replenish onr Bargain Counters daily, and give our customers more goods and
tter goods for their money than they have ever had.
No use in grumbling about hard titfies when you can supply your wants at such extra
dinary low prices.
Call early and often to secure Bargains.
[7i Samples sent by mail.when requested, and all packages over $10 In value emt by
cpress, C. 0. D., FREE OF CHARGE.
M'CREERY, LOVE & COs
May 17, 42-1y. COLUMBA, S. C.
PRING OPENING OF NEW DRY G060
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALE WN
)RY GOODS ANDDCAR1]ET Z;
OIL CLOTHS, MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS ETCf,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S.. Cc
P R I C E LIST.
Dng Cloths..................from 6f a 15c. 'Cottonades........ ... .f m 2
row Shirtigs.........from 64 a10c. tJeans..................from 1.2e.u
nuts...................from 5 alOe.c. Cassimeres..............fo2.
beck'd and Strip'd Homesp'n4ifom 6ka12c. IDress Goods.............fkom*.i
inghams...............from 10c. up. IHosiery, Gloves, ewe......'.. ...asHWI
P AND EVERY ARTIeC.E KEPT IN~ A FIEsT CLAsS DRY GOODs HOUsE AT CORRESRONDINGZE
L,OW PICES. .et
IWING XACHINES, ATTACrKNTS, JEEDLES, OILS, ETC., ALWAYS ONK EA&
Mar. 15, 11 -tf..
JI0THING kNlY lMI
R.- & W. C. SWAFEJTELID
COLUMBIA. S. C.
LARGE STOCK I .. LOW PRICES
TLUE FLANNEL SUITS FOR MEN AND BYS
)IAGONAL COATS AND VESTS.
- BOYS' SUITS FROM $3.50 TO $15.
LATEST STYLE HATS
Apr. 19, 16-tf. - . -
S Clothinsg.EXCTQ ! A l
ILOTIING AT 008T!Iacfneo
at the late residence of. John A. Bangle,
F OR CASH. deceased, at Newberry Court House, at
On Monday, 5th Day of June Next,
11RI(Ml & IJOPPOI,2.ceis
Wo. 4 Mollohon BOW,thPesnlPortoheadcas,
NEWBERRY, Hoseol, Cd.,che
Nfer at and Below Cost! Funtue
A large lot -of CLOTHING, HATS and Caenes ad Blk
HOES, carried over from last Summer. *.,r
'his stock is of good style and quality. SllLs~ os .
Our New Stock of anss
e large, and equal to, if not superior, to Sis
nything we have ever kept, and will be Tw StlsadThree
old at reasonable prices. We will also
ike measures for suits to be made from Wrs
amples on exhibition at our store and ToLreBies
Especial attention is called to our LoofR kHamrad
FURNISHING GOODS, Drls
uong which will be found FINE LINEN 5GlosNasFo i
loSoM SHIRTS at a reduction of 10) to 165 o fWao ubr
er cent., and the popularAdmayohrufuatcls
EEP"S CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS, TrnsoSaeC H.
t$5 per do;en, or at $1.88c. each for aT..DNCN
Our stock of
lassimnere and Straw Hats IL S
r this season is worth attention.
Gall and enmine for yoiurselves.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Arr. 19, 16--Sm. O I M O I
~DWARD SCROLTZ, Tha,Erips rieso
(FanLiPImaLT . .SPC,
REPM3Y IT APTER FSEK) be sdbmelDI4ft
theIERQFs Pfern i Prpet o heaidceasoed
conI NDCOCS ssin of
StrFutenrnWitu S hiksan r.S.F T,qt
Carpenters' and Black
One 2 Horse Wagon and
300 to 500 lbs. of Tallow.
Lot of Sheep . and Calf
Two Stills and. T h r ee
Two Large Boilers.
Lot of Rock Hammers and
5 Gallons Neats Foot
Lot of Wagon Lumber
And many other useful articles.
T. s. DUNCA
May 24, 21-2:. Ex
ODIDE OF A
GuresJeu is, Face
tism,'Gout, osted Fest, 1hta
Sore Throat, Erysipelas,
W0ands ofavery kind in mandor anikal.
GILES? og AMMoNrkkaa
sons antering with sches of any
kind. -It surpasser i have ever
used. G. mT.T
WATCHES AND CLOCKS, President Best Estate & 'Savingt
. DR. S.-F. FANT. Agen.