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Ai&i6 Ree-SbaiV S&loon.
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-S. P. Boozer--The BrowCottoiUGi.
WiMSia6 sBlack 4WozCttaOL
Wis Id. dh
When EdS& yea~ 40*.k aO
or watch it b n anawd- 05yaw. Try ,
0 W je~ieanothe e
Sft S h,theaged
Chritianthe Rev. J. A.t
SlJm ieh two weeks -bee
near Ad deceased bi
been Eami.aita ly k
the best. -women we haveev nt
erfath isis a and one who rzly 4
adorned 4n h oerfer
The Bible had beeh bwsbidyfor ya
aher. w reg torehose of
?cripur knqwledge, wWih inade he&
omversadiou always pleaan and pro
fitable. -- Mer shone brightly to the 0
endi and be-aws and.s uffeng now R
over, she has gone to her everlasting
M?etio iscaied'to -the advertie
s ifi otelimineral Spring.
Wh emen pe have eceietaAn-a f
derson ian, wichbids foe to be one g
of the spgbet journals in the up
ontry. Mr. L E. Bosher is the eo
itor. May the io n shine always. p
MCreery, liah& ho. of htbt y
not tbe and terins
have all the ats stesof goods tot be es
be found in ted goods market and t
at marvelloisy low prii&. Send for
DUW .-Wie take plp r in re- it
ferring to the wd of Miss Ida Kingp s
more, who desire a fewpappls, and re- b
commend ber to te parents of th d
town, sa one casable always.
Mcery,as P Loe, of Columbia,(y
on last to abegt. lecdtue wams
haeand the tt style ofgoos tec
befudin te godsmartcen.t
Gins a .--wellkon th pleun fr
therew desie adi fwuls,d e- el
Thmenhe tolowi is pumart of the di
thisdrenin draing. atto3esn
Ag, dlivr&d7 Temper eSneL
on.J. asTusayi~1is lcure wasm~
aor,e t:ak aij of dsourshesafuD
bwst indpdetavcagis the onty
h. nslandg H33itb,of Col, fia e
in CP.BoeWare earwore.n Teey
Ginsery oe knowne thi Cnount whir i
the cepen and t weoul bie onte
Thret ororeteti. is c aryofted3
numtheOtsof " JIslsio
- se e hc o uaiiyand
-heaMe. J.A Slon e10.pruau
hrends nanyh public of Nebery
sor dig achdryrdi te, nepne-,
cies h ountroicec cnb
WshS 'es" Take a dsae ofDr
Bdstar abde hPHaieys..Sue
Kinstd & Htat, of Columbiqal
to ahn Ware,n stch wer ande ever
tanthe it1i lie wuyll dought to
eNomi the stek ~ef preludin
el~oseli he w o lsst tf.lgb
ry riazoshe orow hc t
to ceop- will cmenTe on omei
maret. Therefore attetionrrsspond
1iama, Bhappk, Wlecasmh ofspaeto,f
smal enke cilinfo wuait an Ie
chness s aunweclmd evaeh
Kregsrter. __pe___y_nors e
friens andse the pul o Colwbry
th at eecan now o.e foew inpiis
~ ~ w~f e P saloon onai samreetf
Borovarr.-We take pleasure in in
in & Siiese the popular Columbia
4%ashe aan how be found in his
Droves of grasshoppers have made
heir appearance in this vicinity, as yet
t0 serious damage has been done.by
hem. and it is hoped that they will
ake their departure as suddenly as they
ame They were first observed oa
be plaes of Mr. Wallace ClIne and Mr.
L Merchant. They are thought by
oe be the veritable Western
B e" which rained the crops out i
hae'ayearcr two ago.
: We heartily thank the Greenville
e= for its ayapathy in our terrible
to 0r sothat
F3 ar ee bltcongptlate our
onem0N84 his constitutional ex
S*on from tw2"inalady. If it
-e* ordained ihat he should die of
iat disease, and no other, he would
Newberry ought to have a big mass
ieeting to ratify the State and County t
omninations No political maneuvre i
ni-ams as many votes as abarbecue,
xose that were lukewarin before will
a filled-with enthusiasm on that occa
on; that is the place to bmr-pny feel
ig that heretofore -may have existed in
ke party. If the people would turn
Dt generally it will surely,be a success,
or in Newberry there is everything
at will make a barbecue a complete
weess, that is good cooks and heavy
OCR JALA COR1ESPONDNT.-We
ablish his communication nearly in i
ill. We had to strike out a few para- f
maps for want of space; none, we are i
Atisfied, which even remotely affect ]
te opinions expressed. We must im
ress on our correspondents the neces
ty of being concise. We will give y
u all the space to make all your state
ients and arguments, but do it con
sely. That our correspondent is mis
Lken in the interpretation of some parts
r our article under consideration will
ppear to him and to others by a peru
in this issue. We will, however, re
erate in this place, that by the Demo
-atic peope we do not mean the mem
rs of the Democratie clubs only. We
asire to give willing space to the repre- f
Mtio of any opinion, provided such 8
inion be expressed intelligibly and ~
Is it not strange that people run off after
range things, when.they could do better at
me? Nearly every man, woman and child
the country knows Ayer's, Jayne's, t
rright's, Radway's or Tatt's Pills, and vety t
d yet, we venture the assertion,.that any,
a buying and .using a single'box of Dr. 1
ilder's I'ils, will never buy one of another ]
anufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells themi.-.
Rieog.~-Te Third- - jney I
onference of the Methodist Church,
ewberi'y SAatio,n, convened here on u
riday last, the occasion being opened
rith a Love Feast uimthes evening,
rhiGalrgely atned.- The4eiven
'clok sermon Saturday was preached,
iErsiigEldet iManningBa;e 1
id the busness of Confejence wras
unsated at the parsonage at night.
egular all day service on the Sabbath.
rnse' prayerameetings sevld@b
ie ebeh during the entire steek.
The Camp Meeting at Ebenezer will
ommence on Thursday of this week, 1
rl quite a number of tentersg WR
re psed to'learn that therewfill be4
everal ministers from abroa4 and?
mong them the Revs. Marion Boyd,
F. W. Kelly, W. F. S. Wightmaan, T.
odges and others. A large and pro
Itable meeting is looked for.
The- LotheranChurch was closed on
nnday, Rev. H. W. Kuhus being- ab
ent attendingOConference at Macedonia
PamRmeIN OFFICE SERrS-Anl ex
bange truthfully remarks that a.pro
>erly conducted printing oficee is as
nueh a secret society as a Masonic
odge.. Tbe prntrs are not always
ider an oahof secrecy, but always
'eel themselves as truly in honor bound
o keep secrets as though they had been
>ut through the mill. We make this
1tatfement becauise it sometimes hap
mena that a communication appears in
t newspaper, under an assumed signa
sure, which excites comment, and va
dious parties try to find out who is the
iuthor. Let all be saved the trouble of
uestioning the honorable employees or
attaches of the printing office.. They
are "knownothngs" on such points as
these. On such matters, they "have
syes and ears, but no mouth."-egiste-.
We might add that communications:
td editrials, although conspicuously
stuck ont file,-are private deouments-un
~il printed. Some people have a thought
Lsshabitof fingering a file in a pnnt
ing ofie; it isabhabit which is not
to be recommended.
UESTIONS JOR EVERY ONEL TO AN
Are you troubled with Indigestion, Consti
pation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia, or any
other disease of the Liver? Have you suffer
ed for yers.and found no relief from the use
of mdicne? Do you have afaint appetite,
and are you troubled with feelings of languor?
If you have these feelings we know you have
not.- tried the new discovery MERREL-L'S
HEPATINE, at Dr. S. F. Fant's -Drag Store.
It is perforfug wQndeitul cures in this and
all other communlitIs whiere the people use
it. It is pronounced by all the best Liver
Medicine in the world. Two doses will re
lieve the worst case of Dyspepsia or Consti
pation of the-Bowels. Each bottle contains
dff.y doses, and a teaspoonful of this miedi
eine In a wnegliassfl of water three times a
day for one day, produces a most wonder
ful change. Where the system is run
doowa with the lost of energy and appe
n..-.r D mnpS* wt all its train of evil,
Another rbbery last week. 'There
is a certain class of loafers in this town
ivho never attempt to work, expecting
;o live off the leading politicians; but
;ometimes they fail to come down with
heir quota of rations, and as.they loudly
.lamor for haih-especially on Satur
iaynights-somebody has to contribute,
md as they are too high-minded to beg,
hey make a raid on some one's store
-oom and dispense with the formality
)f begging. A little hot shot used in
timulating doses is the only tUing to
top these outrages.
TOWS um CoUIqTr.
Heavy rains-sa@rdaY and Sunday
ights, which cooled the os
The Churches as usual were well fill
d on Sunday.
Delinquent subscribers who come to
his office to pay up, will be as heartily
velcomed as the prodigal son was.
Communications from any portion of
he County will be gladly received and
Saturday seemed to be a busy day
vith the merchants.
Attention is called to the communica
ion in another column of J. F. J. Cald
Drummers commence to appear again
in our streets.
There is quite a demand for lumber
adging by the number of wagons load
d with it that have passed through
own in the last two weeks.
On Saturday a regular caucusof the
tadicals was held in the basement of
he Court House, the prospect of a bolt
a the ranks is very promising, from a
)emocratic stand point.
On Saturday a bottle of green fire
tpontaneously combusted' in Dr. S. F.
ent's Drug Store, things commenced
look dangerous for awhile, the oil
aving ignited and running out on the
oor, when Dr. Robertson succeeded in
Outting it out after burning his hand
Another case of spontaneous combus
ion-cider barrel in a country wagon.
-Garbage ought not to be thrown out
i tie streets. Waterieloh rinds rot
ing in the sun, &e., were noticed on
4nday on Main street; the odor that
rose from it was not very pleasing.
The awning in front of Dr. W.-F'.
Satts Drug.Store has been taken down.
The Doctors seenfltbhave plenty of
ork to do now.
The Editor has returned from a short
rip, but is still unable to assupne coni
'Camp meeting thsweek, and joy is
the heart of the festive youth and
ensive maiden. =- /
The Young Menis' Democratic Club
nd it very hard sometimes to have a
0. P. Pelhanm,-Esq., ofa:the Columbia
Regiter,-was in town last- week.
Hayes and Wheeler Badges, pinned
nthe ragged edge of dirty shirts, have.
nade their appearane in town.
Some of the merchants in town are
lang stock preparatory to the fall
Phifer's Shoe Store has closed.
The Rifle Clnb idea appears to have
*rof..Perry's Writing School is in a
-AulP's Mill has turned out- somefiest
lassour this year.
What has become of theSonsof Tem
Some sortof political meeting every
cight among the Radicals.
The crop prospect in this immedite
section never was.better -than at pres
Watermelons sell very rapidly when
aer brought in for sale.
The Sunrise prayer meeting at the
ethodist Church have been well at
The apple crop is larger than .it: has
been for years. andi farmers complain
that there is no demand. We advise
tem to cut and dry every bushel that
they have-next faIl there will be a
good denmandfor dried fruit.
The crops generally are looking fine
-the seasons have been most propi
ious, and a fine fall opening in business
is looked for.
In the meantime, however, a few
paid up subscriptions will be gladly re
A party of young bloods went sein
ing in Broadriver last week, and some
of them .came near drowning-one of
them was saved by fastening his toes
on a jagged edge of a rock.
We are pleased to say that no new
cases of Diptheria are reported.
If any one has a good cow with yug
caf and does not ask too highl aprc
for the' same, a purchaser can be found
by applying at this office.
Creek minnows in wide mouthed bot
tIes have had their4day, and green ap
ple fail to interest the average New
berry boy, and he no tun iatp
tion to five cent watermelons and the
culture of mocking birds. One boy, a
little in advance, is thea possessor of a
pair of white mice.
Farmers are advised to soig rgey
of turnips, the coming full moon will
b a favorable time for both rut baga
and white turnips. White turnips swn
in September, howeve mak he wet
est roots and stand the winter better
than those earlier sown. It is best to
sow both early andlate. At the same
~ ~trnii~ h1~t~1a~ ~nanh radish
Ni ffxxxT, S. C., July 29, 1876.
List of a4wertised letters for week vndin
J4fly 29, 1876:
Abrams, W. G. Jones, Henry
Boozer, Miss E. Phillips, Mrs. Malind
Boozer, Mrs. L. C. Salters, Mrs. Miria
Brooks,Mrs. Henrietta Thompson,Mrs. Man
Brooks, Mrs. Lucindal Wicker, Pierce
Croft, Fishy IWilfong, F. C.
Hawkins, G. E. IWillson, Mrs. Corrie
Parties calling for letters will please sa
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
AIMIVALs AT POOL's HoTEL,
C. A. Hanner, Wilmingtoif, N. C.; S. V
Porter, C. W. Montgomery, E. C. William.;
Jr., Charleston; T. C. TurAer, J. P. Horm
thal, Baltimore; J. B. Mazyck, A. B. Morrj
son, Maj. W=. F. Nauce, Dr. D. S. Pope, .1
J. McCra:., Jas. M. Crawford, City; Jnc
Willis, Edg:field: J. C. S. Brown, R. V
Gist, J. P. Sligh, E. G. Keitt, J. L. Keitl
Newberry; R. B. Lyons, Union; B. 0. Dot
can.Naples; E. P. Jones, Greensboro, N. C.
C. H. Bear&,-4ombia; 3. A. Cannon, PC
maria; H. AnisanseJ7Ltir8nS; L. Dawson
Raleigh, N. C.
A Double Danger Averted.
The inhabitant of a malarious region i
threitened by a double danger. He is no
only compelled to breathe miasma, but t<
swallow it, since it infects not only the at
mosphere, but the water. The aerial poisot
threatens his system through the lungs anc
pores,the liquid through the stomach. Againl
this double peril there is but one protection
and that is to invigorate the entire bod3
through the digestive and secretive organs
Ordinary tonics usually fail to accomplist
this-Hostetter's Stomach Bitters never. I
the tropics, where the diseases originated b3
malaria are of a far more malignant type
than those originated by the same eause ir
the temperate zone, it enjoys immense and
mnstantly increasing sales, and there is nc
portion o. this continent where it is not thi
reigning specific for miasmatic fevers and
iisorders of the stomach, liverand bowels,
proceeding from malaria and other causes.
The many friends of THOMAS S. M00B
WAN, ESQ, respectfully present his nam4
Ls a Candidate for Solicitor of the Seventh
Tudioial Circuit. They feel confident thal
is well recognized ability in Union, his
xtended acquaintance in Spartanburg, to
gether with his high standing in this Coun.
;y, make him undoubtedly the most avail
Lble man in the Circuit.
July 26, 30-40* DEMOCRATS.
NwaREY, August 1.-Cotton quiet and
Irm,at 10 cts. Balesshipped duraug week 53.
.j;EVW6L, July 2l.-'ottoa buoyant
0ddling'uplands 61-16; middling Orleans
Kxw ToNx, July 31.--Cotton firmer; sales
.0, at 111all 15-16. Gold firmer, at 111a12.
aBaTxMoME, July 31.-Cotton dUll-mid*
CHaLsToN, July 31.-Cotton quiet
AUGUsTA', July 31.- otfon in good de
BTATE OF SOUTH CA.ROLINA,
By,JamesC. Leahy;-Probate Judge.
Whireas, Joln N. fLin^dsy Ydth rx?ade
mit to me, to gi'ant him Letters of Admin
stration of the steand.effects.:Of Emma
i. Lindsayr,ecessed. -
These are therefore to cite and admoniul
1l and singular the .ldndred and creditoua
f the: said depeased, that they- be and
ppear; before me,. irnthe Court of Probate
we1ield at Newberry Court Mouse, S. C.
on the 9th day of' .ugust next, -.ftet
publication hereof,; a 11 o'clock~ ini she
orenoo,to shew c, if any jhey hare,
wrhy the said Adminisfration sh'ould not bi
eranted. Given under umy hand, this 22i
l of July, Anno Domini, 18716..
- J.C. LEAHY,r..P . c
- ul'26,80-2t. . -
iIZe ofNew York Leder) contanng t
ie,Thrillinig Adventures,.. Wit, Rumor
-6trc., &c., we will send-it on trial, sa
motsfor onl 60 eta., and to every sub
scriber,w jlsendbn91 osae~
PAKGES, containig 12 sheets notspa5
pr odEnvelopes, 1good lead Pencil
1 goPIenhiolder,2 oo steel1Pens, 1 cele
bratd golden ontai en--writeS half a1
hour a. one imling-i blank Book, 1 Carc
Photgah of abeautiful woman and
speni peeof GOLD-PLaTED JEWEL.I
ust tbhin of it-a11 the above articles in al
elegant packet, and an excellent literara
r sx mnth fo ony 6 cets.Try i1
at bef for iThe
us a Club of Five Subscribers anwe wil
send you an extra cop for six months and
reroe gaistredLtter at o"*riak iS
ple copies of paper sent on receipt of I
cents. Agents wanted. Addre
P. O. Box 58. -Bristol, Tenan.
July 1U, 25-4t.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!
Respectilyi informs the public tbat has
ig placed his ICE MACHINE in complet
order, he is prepared for the season to fu
PURE ICE in any quantities
delivered at Depot in Columbia, at $1 pe
hundred. This Ice is manufactured of pure
sweet spring water, at, 30 deg. below frees
ing, and is pronounced better and purl
than any other.
Pure unadulterated Lager Beer, Wine:
Liquors. Segars and Tobacco by the Whok
sale and retail.
Orders solicited and satisfaction guarar
teed. May 17, 20-tf.
This GIN is still in the market, and aft:
42 years of trial is pronounced the
BEST IN UJSEe
Price $310O Per Soi
COL.UMBIA, S. C.
June 14, 24-San
COME AND SEE
Simms' Star Seed Platter au
I will take pleasuire in shQwinxg it, at
believe I can sell you one. Drills cott<
beautifully and will save you labor
through the season. Paits your. guai
down in any guantity desired. Plants coi
1, 2, 8 or 4 feet apart, also peas. Dril
any small grain, wheat, rice, &c. Band
machine will not run off. Coverers coi
BDle:idl.. NorasatinE aot the Plant4
1 LUM ER.
a By applying to the undersigned, LUM
BER will be delivered by the Car Load,
d at Rail Road Depot at Newberry, at the fol
Lumber sawed to order, @ $14.50 per M.
Dressed Ceiling, (tongued and
3 grooved,)..........@ 18.50 "
Dressed Flooring, (tongued
and grooved,).........@ 19.50 "
This Lumber comes from Orangeburg,
and is of superior quality.
-9 J. N. FOWLES.
Ma 1, 1 0 1
~ IIAIIBOK TiB.
PENCILS, 5,10,15 and 20 cents each.
'COMMERCIAL NOTE, 10 to 20 cents per
PIRES and REPP Nb-TE-.=perior qualt
ty, s0 cents.
CENTURY NOTE-elegant-in boxes.
ENVELOPES, 10 to 50 cents per bunch-all
WEDDING and INVITATION PAPERwith
ENVELOPES to match.
INK, 5 cents 9pd upwards-all colors,
black, blue, violet and red.
POCKET DIARIES, 25,50,75 and $1.
BLANK- BOOKS-Ledgers, Days and Re
cords, from 50 cents up.
SLATES, 5 cents to 75.
SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS will
be sold at cost and carriage. Call at once.
BEST AND LARCEST
Assortment of NOTE, LETTER and BOX
PAPER to be found in Newberry.
All of which and more aretobe had at
HERALD BOOK STORE.
THE NEWS AND COURIER
FOR THE CAMPAIGN.;
The canvass now opening Is the most im
r t in of South Caro
have been engaged since the momen
tous election of 186. Upon its result de
ends the weal or woe of the State and the
THE NEwS AND COUmE will, as ever be
in the front of the fight, sustaining feas
ly nd faithfully the candidates of the Na
tjonal Democratic party, and the action,
whatever it shall be, of the State Democrat
ic ConTention. To this we pledge thewhole
power and infiuence of a Journal which, in
the past, has done what it could t6 serve the
intexests, and preserve the rights and -1ber
ties, of the people of South Carolina.
In der y be v10U t2-_ians
of every eth t;e U M THE
NZwS AND CouRE during the canvass, we
have established the following campaign
rates, freof postage and for country sub
scribers ol,egnigthis day, and run
ning to th 5hof Nbember, a period of
four months: -. -
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1 -ies - - - $1000
10 Copes - - - 8
1 Copy, -- . ---- 0cents.
In evervrcasthe money must accomipany
the order. . Address
RIORDAN, DAWSON & CO.,
July 19, 29-tt Charleston, S. C.
The Christian idex.
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10wtp;$er EW ExR~ Rl?o MERCA NTS
~4<ddreas HARPER & BROTHERS,
Nov.24, t6-tt. New York.
~ NEWBERRY MERCHANTS
Dry Gods, Groceries, e
NEW AND SAFE DEPATURE
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.
1-will sell from-this date, until a clear
ance is effected, without regard to cost,
Wooen Goods of all kinds,
Mens' and Boys' Clothing, ii.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!
MY STOCK OF
Is full and complete, and will be SOLD
LOW FOR CASH.
Granitevile Shirting, Sheet
Ing and- Drilings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted 150 proof; and as good as
my oil sold.
PISH AMMONIATED PMOSPRATE.
This justly celebrated Fertilizer has ac
a eaowhich places it In the.
16 ~repared to fdrnish it in anr quani
es a on the most liberal terms, and will
tke leasufe In h!wi se nia re
Pevd from d1fterent pa bi~iavexused
it. M. FOOT.
Have in store their
MALL AND IVINTER ST0CK
00TS, SHOlES, HATS,
In. all the various lines,ithe stock is large
and has been ielected with great care.
The ladies are invited to examine our
Laces, White Goods,
Of all kinda for gentlemen and youth.
Besides the above we have in store a fine
Hardware and Cutlery,
Saddles aid kl1498,
Trunks of all kinds,
HEAVY 90O08SFOR PLANTATiON WEAR,
~Ad many other articles,which it is need
es to mention.~
The above goods WILL BIE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R. S VBICL.
.Dry Gei# A .MPIissery.
sindhas, from thsdae reduced his en
please those in search of GOOD goods for lit
Full and complete stock of
liY GOODS, NOTIONS, &1
Always on band.
Latest novelties nowr in stock
ECEU LACE, 'LACE TIES, GRENADINE
LL S, aPi ts,LACE MUSLIS,
styles aZ25cents peryardt.
All ordera promptly and.caretilly attend
O. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES
COLUXEJA, S. C.
Sen for samples.
Sping and Summer Clothing
JOH SCJGT & 10.,
Oj'P0SITE ESBT OFFICE.
We offer to the public LATEST STYLEs
EUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS,
for Men and Youths. GENTS' FUENISH
INQ~ GOODS, INE HATS, &c., at lowest liv
In ourMANUlFACTURITG DEPA~DEEEN
willbeas fudAICE u fCLOTH an
P A QQTLCW#WA f~w I1'ARmO1rABL~ SDFrING~
In accordance with our Semi-Annual cst
most attractive stock of DRY GOODS, HATS
PETS AND MATTINGS, at such prices as ha
We have bought within the last ten days f
New York, $25,000.00 WORTM OF GOODS,v
Orders from the country always receive *t
The following partial price list will convin
-2 Cases Fancy Prints, fast colors,....
Cas Fancy Prints, Maddercolors....
:0 CasesTny Prints. Standard colors...
.2 Cases 44 Printe&Cambrics.... ..
2 Cases 4-4 Pacific Cambrics and Lawns.
All neweat abd best brandiPrints.'..
.5 Cases Wamsutta 4.4 B1eached.3..-,...
5 Cases Andr6scoggin 4-4 Bleached....
1 Case Colored Grenadine Dress Goods..
50 Pieces New Style Dress Goods.........
5 Cases 4-4 White Pique................
The largest stock of Boots and Shoes i
mens' and Womens' Brogans and.Shoes at $1.
2,500 yards Hambargh Edgings and Insert
We will replenish our Bargain Counters do
better goods for their money than they have ev
- No use in grumbling about hard times wh
ordinary low prices. 4
Call early and often to secure Bargains.
[70 Samples sent by.mail when requested
Express, C. 0. D., FREE OF CHARGE.
May 17, 42-1. COLUMIS
SPRING OPENING 01
WHOLESALE AND I
DRY GOODS A]
OIL CLOTS, MILLINER
MAIN STREET, C
Long Cloths ... freni6*a15e.
BowShirtin. from6 a10c.
Prints....;.-. .....from 5as10c.
Check'dandtrip'd.Homesp'nls from 8a1a2e.
M AD EVERY ARTICLE KE?T D A FInsT CN~
SEWING K LHNE ATA.1MT,IE
Mar. 15, 11-tf.
BLUE FANNE SUITE
DIAGONIA COATS AND
BOYS' SUITS IF
~awrN & 0JOfOIJI
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Ofer at and Below Cost!
A largfi lot of CLOTHING, HATS and
SHOES, carried over from last Sumtmer.
This stock is of good style ,and quality.
Our New Stock~ of
Is. large, and equal to, U' not superior, to
anything we have ever kept, and wilH be
sold at reasonable prices.. We - willso;
take measures for suits to.be made from
-smples on' exhibition -at our smore and
guarantee lte -
Especial attention is called to our.
Among which~ will be 5ond YLNB L.NE
BOSOM SkIRTS at a rednetion of 10 to 15
per cent., and th popular
KEEP'S CEIRTEO HAlF.NDE SHIRTS,
at $15- per dozen, or at $1.83e2 eaoli for a
lees number.- :---.
Our stoc& of
Cassiguersaand Straw Hat
for this season Is worth attention
Call and examine for yourselves.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
IApr, 19, 16-8m. -'
(FORMER-Y WIra CAPT. J. F. SPECK,)
WATCHES ANID CLOCKS,
SStore between P. W.4 4 8. @e4ck$u
. D.. Wheelea 6*s
rs, shoes, Carpe.
Bo-~E & Co's,
IIA, S. C.,
DAY MAY153 1879
= we wil, as above offer the 1
AND CAPS, BOOTS AND , cA -
re never before been heard of In this market.
onthe large Anetion and Bankrupt Sales-in
rhich we intend 'o. gr our c:ustomert fA
r special attention.
ce you that we mean just what we say:
S............a 4 tsperyal
at 5 "
....... at 121
......... ...:..at 8* '"
.... ......at12l "
0t. .. ...l.a12
n the city, at 20 ceau pi aiawd
)0 per pair, woh
!ngs at a great sacriffe.
ly, and give our customers-more goods -sad
m you can suppry,your wants.at such Oitai
, and all packages over vW0dic la s 1
OVE . COa
'NW DRY GOO
METAIL DEALER IN
Cassimeres............ ..19 .im es
Hosiery, Gloves, em.....
DLS, OIs, B!rc, hLAYS OrNa
'RO||", &5O TO$5.
Tm ODDE OFA3EONIA~
Sree Tan sEeted lS Buse s
- ,nd of e. idi. mA QNT zn
Soan b~y alliedo
Avenue, New .. O0417c aj4~r
IAUOOD:l IOW LOST T0wSfR
DJust publised, a eweiio
on the radical cure (wthout medidinY0
SWRXTQEEGA or Seminal Wes1
voluntary Seminal Losses,IXONT~
CornGgEFEPST and FITs,
by sel-- lgenCe or sexual extravagantd
Ue ricee, in a sealed envelope,ei i
Thue cele'braed atbr,II-Uf~S
pon1rg nade ofouema SCI8a
sern, under eeal by anso I
nynr4Gl~- -. i L'
eTlsec:ur sl.O rnt IufdS4
PSt Onder seal. . aplIene,
Orders 1ten smay hooipsite Pr
B. Ru*'s) for -IGE CBBAL mIvp
prompt attention. Ereeners fim
eightqurts Gill be fariisUdeymoSSe
aa~d pkdwi$htIces Prices .to
time. .Filies~, paries" ~pie
isiod~n-shrierdie. Toes fetals
stconry*ho 1ikea.I1s Grns
say rul take coun*.ry produce in eotg
wouldals saytd my 'fi iyI
within twenty mtIesof towui .. If ~
of pie'uie or baxbecue let s
I'lie there with idfeed
foiet - . L.NABSENJ1W
Ma 31, .S f
Round Trip Tieet'