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IDEi NEw ADVrXszw Ts.
J. E Leahy-Oltations.
M issainie F. Herbert-Schbool Notice.
Boa xner-Die Wes&-ele=College.
d. Json-Greenrille Female College.
^- S n-a DCo0,.--Coal! coal!1 Coa
O Newberry Male Acad
frins Ni~EB c Newherry,
that be 6 ibasto get a few pupis
tio Miig ijwart n
d0wingat wyresmnablerat Spe
amens shewing her prodeiency can be
emat this oe. . 1-4t.
igs -of Cn1nmhia,
s..iars., WeIirwrka.a every
kidof uSmakala goodh. All who wish
P,h,ddwxdr line would do weR to
e ina aek before prchasing
PIMMOM A ARL"NToW ;Ms hr
. sU*AIiPArT.-During the R0s niM
in 92 emyal age
des si no i sa i nariy every 55C
*ino tbecountry. Death claims. amount
ag m tlhan 62,225,000 have been paid
in twenty StaCt-the Union. -As a South
erne mpany is largest patronage has been
In the Southern States, and as a company
- 9!~the bst elements of the business
kdiIof Mour people is every way deserving
thatI4mwAasg a it has received. The
Company has been more liberal to. the peo
pki $me, and certainly no company
tuperor advsatages to the people
of qiAjiother St. e-o-w
W. J. Duffie, BookseHer, Columbia,
bes a few Pianos and)rgazis of cele
brated makers to sell on the $10 per
MMnth ina1ment plan. This is a first
rate chance to procure a good instra
When Fdwad Semgtx, repab* yar lock
r wach t is warAnte for oyar. Try
See crd ot F. Werber, Jr,'Dept sur
Leavell win preach next Sunday in
the Baptist ChureL
. The& C. B. R. Co., has our thanks
for to =nual pass or the road, whikh
is duly appreciated.
Mr. J. D. Davenport laid on our ta
ble, the fist of last week, sma open cot
ton %oU. -Sl6et thenwe hiave been
shown gesedany. May Mr. Daven
po?-tbe first in everything ashe isin~
5M .JL,D2n1iwas imtown on
rispt waon loa] gpaes.
SThe printers were not forgotten, and
our sincere thanks are returned to him
Ior4 kindness; may he live long
The yeeng inan who by mistkke swallowed
a whole box of Dr. Ball's Vegetable Pilus Is
?t a fel rather "pale"
but 0 - - ~ I hoever,
folIowg,hO directions next time.
hee.M.E. met on Thursday
night in Hall under the Masonic Lodge.
This w s one'of theilargest meetings
that they have ever held. Four negroes
joine. ~dalso several:young men
who hewetofore]had not put their names
down. The meeting was an enthusasatic
Mg/noitis caedtotlie advertise
ment of Miss Herbert's school. Miss
Herbert is weIl.qualified to tech, and
%we, hope.sbe will hava*a large school
~ ~p~use'gis who have
children to educate would do well to
call on ber before senig them else
a Mi. 3 ..J). Ca has had another
namwatIn bner fixed up, with por
tril of Hampton ad Simpson painted
anit Cash is workingfor a good
cauise and if we bad many more like
fi* h tae such an interest in the
Democratie party, victory will be ours
Attentio esalled to the advertise
gbatroofMsssrs. Z.E. Sweegan & Co.,
of Charleston,.S. C. mThey..offer Coal
aItbh lowest possible price, and as the
com weather is coming on it would be
well for aU who have coal grates and
stoves to write to them and order a
The~ pea oer8tie hbinner whieb is
hung 'secross the'street from Mollohon
Bow to Chick's Store, reflects credit or
ihe -etist, -Mrs.James Pa-cker, whc
painted en it the portraitsof Tilden and
Hendrieks. Mr. J. D. Cash had il
ma& Omd got Mrs. Pileke to 'do the
The advertisement of the FaIl sessiot
or the Due West Female College ap
pears in this issm. This College is one
of the .best institutions of the kind ira
the State,' and 6e'sides the superior ad
-rntages. of locality, has a board oj
a,nd professors whose mnerits
are atoo weT-known-te
need a extended notice.. It would be
well for all those who have children to
e 8 steosemd for a prsetsof the
instinn. address Rev. J. I. Bonner,
Due West, S. O.
The Demnocratic Club of this plaet
met on Tuesday night last. Five color
etn-joied and there-ir a pro~speel
gymningsled, to the liss,'whiei
~iseeytfyng to be armedbers o:
Mun:rksE ugmak ts ha annaan en t.hs
Everybody has to adorn themselves
with dry goods, and the questions which
worry and puzzle a poor man or woman
is, where can I get.the most clothes for 2
the least m9ney?. Where is the best
assortment of goods that I can choose
arti6les to,my sati'sfaction? BotYofthese
questions are answered in'1_ief -by
Itsing that MeCreery. Love & Co., of
CDImbia, will filithe bill exactly. All I
they want is a trial and satisfaction is
sure to folkw. See their advertise
We have received- a catalogue of the
Genve Baptist iemale College, C.
E Judson, President. Prof.. Judson
has quite an extended reputation as a
scholar, and has connected with him an
able corps of This institution
aHould be wel patronized by all. - Pa
ents and guardiman wh< have hpeto
fore sent chH&den there have been well
pleased with their progress. Mr.-J. B.
Carwile, of this place, is one of the
Board of Trustees and a memberof the
Eecutinve Commioee of the Institution.
Send for catalegue to Prof. C. H; Jud
acon, Greenville, S. C. See advertise
CoL. B. W. BA..-This gentleman
was nominaW1 for Solicitor of this Ju
dicial District, by the Democrats last ,
week. Col. Ball is a gentleman who j
can fill that office with great Ability, I
and we think the entire bar of this-Cir
cuit is well satisfied with the nomina
tion. His nomination is equivalent to l
an election for Spartanbnrg, Union'and I
Laurens are pretty sure to go Demo
cratic. Geo. Johnstone, Esq., of the S
bewlerry bar, made a fine run for the t
office. At one time, after the 13th bal
lo;theConvention agreed to drop one i
candidate and vote between the balance. r
Mr. Bobo, of Spartanburg, was voted r
out and Mr. Johnstone then lead the g
feld, receiving seven votes to Mr. Mun- e
ies six and Col. Ball's four. The vote I
by which Mr. Bobo wa'wdropped was E
then reconsidered, and Cal. Ball having a
on the 35th ballot received a majority g
of the votes cast was declared the can- c
didate.. The fine run made by Mr. f
Johnstone was quite gratifying to his t
friends. From the number of ballots c
some-idea can be formed of the excite- j
ment of the contest.
On Monday last information was re
ceived here concerning a box of arms
shipped to a colored 2nan named H.
Bailey, supposed to reside in Laurens.
Bailey made hi&appearantce in~ a wagon
at the-depot soon Tuesday morning and
demanded his box; the.agent asked him
for his railroad receipt,to show that the
box was his. He replied that they did
not give him a receipt and that the box
was -his ad he wanted'-it;-he-agent
still refuseitogive up-the box, and in
the meantime the Columbia train had
arrived and the BegisSer had the follow
f'-Oir Satarda a hboedt gin
ville Railroad to parties in Newberry. t
Upon invesigationi we find that they t
are the same -which have hereto
fore been in e hiands of the peniten
tiary guard-the guards being supplied i
with the muskets ordered from Charles
ton, and which were formerly in the (
possession of the police forceeof that (
city. What neans this? and by whoie
authority was it done? and what is the ~
object in view. A strange negro enters f
the depot of this road with an unmark- s
ed .box, and regnests the clerk at the t
6 *t toaddress the box to "H. Bailey,
Newber." The box was shipped as C
"agricultural implements." Before it I
wet to the depowe knew of its con
tents; knew it contain~ed arms; that ~
tihose arms .were i the easto#Iy of'I
negO and that mischief was meant.
Upon inquiry we find that -no person ~
-certainly no rssprisible'lieron-by i
the name of the psrty~ to.whom the j
guns were shipped resides in Newberry,
and the natural conclusion is that the
negro who shippedthein is tobe the
receier of them there. Is this another E
Doe. Adams migia company, with a
officers without commissions ? and is
not Radical mischief ut the bottom of
it ? and if so, should not the pate en
gaged in it be held to arigid respon- C
sibility ? We shall probaibe able
to throw more light upon the sub.ject ~
as soon as our correspondent at New
berry,' who has been telegraphed to, is
The town authorities succeeded in
getting a search warrant out and police
men were sent over to the depot to tak'ei
possession of the bog. They brought itI
over to the guardhouse, and in the -
presence of a large number of our most
infuential citizens and the Town Coun
cil it was opened, Bailey being also
present. As soon as it was opened and i
'the guns seen packed closely together in
the bo)x..Bailey disclaimed all connec-1
tion with the affair, and said that he<
was looking for shoemaker's tools, andi
if the box contained guns they did noti
belong to him. Hlerefused to give thei
names of the parties from whom he ex
peted the shipment of the tools, and
utterly disolaiming the box, the author
ities had to let him go and keep the
guns, which now lie in the guardhouse,
awaiting further developments. A large
quantity of ammunition was also pack
ed in the.box, and evidently the senders
of the box meant business. The gins
were Remington breech-loading rifles.
and the ammunition the regular metal
Bailey is a bilious looking individual,
and it looks as ifhe was made the agen$
of some party or parties unknown, to
receive and perhaps distribute the guns
among the faithful in Laurens County.
His coming for them in a wagon, when
they could have gone up on the train,
had a very fishy appearance. There is
no doubt that by the arms being stop,
ped in time, a deep-laid plot was nipped
in the bud. Some one who had authority
must have sent the arms up, but by
~ A,.w,y,~v.ww hou'n~w cnw
rHE RADICAL MASS MEETING A
)EMOCRATIC VICTORY COM
On.Friday last, as was previously an
iounced, the Radical Ratification meet
ng happened. and hereafter-if we
udge by the result of this meeting
he ratifications of that party will come
off like angels' visits, "few and far be
ween." Disgust don't fully express
he feeling of the leaders of the affair
n the Radical side; the dictionary fails
o afford a word that would describe
athfully thei feelings.
HeretofAre everything has been plain
aiHng to the Radical party. They en
ountered no opposition to their incen
liayspeeches and acts, but on Friday
ve had a new departure which fully
lemonstrated to all present that South
3arolina, who for the last eight or ten
ars has been plundered, robbed and
allied over by the party now in power,
atends once more to assert her rights,
nd hereafter the festive republicans
vill take a back seatk or rather vanish
rom the scene and make way for honest
nen. Never has politics been as ram
iant as they are now, and party lines
eer were drawn closer, all of which
as been ased by this meeting of the
tadicals. A transition from apathy to
nthusiasm must arise from some
ewerfal cause. The people of the
tate are just beginning to realize
Low disgracefully we have been im
osed upon by the Radical party in this
Itate, which is synonymous with all
hat is villainous and mean.
The.people in this community. hear
ag that the "big lights'l of the Radical
arty wer coming up here to speak,
esolved t6givothem a rousing recep
ion fitting- the occasion. The Demo
rats having been -informed that the
tadicals were going to speak on Fri
lay, resolved to be present and to make
ome of their speakers answer all arga
ments made by the speakers from the
ither side. It having been noised
Proad that the Demoerats were going
a demand a hearing, many from the
ountry flocked in to see the show out
mangements-were made to -that end,
nd on Friday morningtwo Democratic
anners were swung across the streets,
uampoth -one with medallion por
raits of Tilden and Hendricks-life
ize-with appropriate inscriptions, the
thr, not quite as large, with "Tiden
hese banners were placed most con
piuously se astobe the first, thing to
atch the eyes of the Radical speakers
s they went through the streets. By
en o'clock the town was full of people
rom the country, the whites predomni
ating. The mercbants decided to close
heir stores at eleven o'clock, so that
very org could have the opportunity
f attending the speaking. The day
ras one of -the hottest this Sumn'sr,
here having been no .rain for some
Lie the streets were chokingly dusty,
made more-so by men galloping hither
ai thither-on. horseback.
The train arrived at the .usual time;
~hamberain, Hoge, Jison, Swails, L.
. Carpenter and Purvis stepped off in
the crowd, when a procession was
armed to go to the place of speaking
peakers walking-about a mie from
he Depot, in a grove in the outskirts
ftown, where a rickety looking-bench
ad been erected for-the speakers. The
irocession was beaded by the colored
and of this place, immediately aAer
hem followed a motley crowd of india
iduals vari-colored and of the Radical
ersuasion; the Democrats marched be
id them and were followed by about
50) to 175 white men on horses who im
aediatety preceded the Radical speak
rs, who toiled along the dusty road in
,condition, anything but favorable to
peaking, and when the bench was
eached, the perspiration oozed from
very pore, The Radical speakers as
ended to the benob, astonish~ed at be
eeption they had received, and aggra
rated by the walk, looked very much
is if each one had been drawn through
eyhoa bieeiwards. Their patriotism
vaporated when they got on the atead,
t is ot known whether it. was caused
my the heat, or the moral effect of the
resence o,f the men whom they had
>lundeved and4 Qppressed for the last
Whexn the crowd had gathered around
he stand, Mr. Pope, Chairman of the
xecutive Com~mittee of the Democratic
party of this County, got up ag4 re
uested the assembly to keep order, as
:he Radicals had agreed to divide the
~ime with our speakers, and he hoped
hat order would bs upaintained. H. C.
Dorwin, on the part of the Repubiicans,
ollowed with the same request. Gov.
Chamberlain was the first to lead off on
the Republican side., He made a speech
which was remarkably mild in tone,
the present poligiPaIl issues were com
paratively untouched on; he spoke of
the two parties, saying he was glad
to meet the speakers on the Demo
eratu side, as it gave both sides a
hance, &c. His speech was inoWen
sie, for it was put upin his usual style;
his ability asa speaker is acknowledged
by gl, 1is manner is plausible and his
comawd of lagage egilie
He was followed by Oapt. J. N. Lis
comb, who delivered a strong speech,
full of advice to the colored people
present, showing them how they have
hepg y~pose4 uipon by the carpet-bag
gers and scalawags. His spppig was
"ragtout" and enthusietically aD
He was followed by Hoge, the menw
1~r nf ('An~ress from this district. his
Col. D. Wyatt Aiken, the Democratic
nominee foi Congres froin tis district,
spoke next; he brought in the "shoe
maker's tools," saying that "he. sup
posed the guns were sent up here by
the Radicals to shoot the pegs in the
shoes." Col. Aiken made a short speech.
but managed to worry the Radicals a
good deal. It is needless to say that
immense applause greeted him all the
Col. Aiken was followed by Jilson,
the State Superintendent of Education,
who said he was a Radical because he
Beieved in the Republican party-no
body doubted it; he also said that he
disliked personalities in polities-none
disagreed with him.
The next speaker was Sampson
Pope, Esq., who made a short but stir
ring speech against the Radical party,
the crowd - applauded lustily when he
arraigned the Republican party for its
corruptions, &c., the crowd cheered the
speaker all through his speech and the
applause was enthusirstio when he
As it was getting late, the meeting
adjourned. The Radicals as yet have
not appointed another time to speak,
as it will take some time for them to
recover from the surprise of seeing the
people of the County taking such an
interest in polities. Friday's meeting
fully demonstrated the fact that by
united action the Democracy can carry
this County. Neither Carpenter, Purvis,
nor Swails took any part in the speak
iag, but if they had, the Democrats bad
plenty of speakers in reser've to have
answered them. The whole affair was
remarkably quiet; the assembly was
orderly and well behaved.
On Saturday last the young Democracy
of our town, who are quite enthusiastic
had that enthusiasm kindled afresh at the
demonstrations of Friday last, assembled a
short time before the arrival of the up tran
for the purpose of escortng Col. D. Wyatt
Aiken, the Democratic nominee for Con
gress from this Congressional District, to
ifie depot.. They iarched to the hotel,
Aere they met th6 Colonel in oOMpaMy
wAh Col. . Jg Lipk*oin LAfier a.niel
introduction and shaking of hands, for they
all seemed anxious to give the Colonel's
and>a grip, they proceeded to the .depot,
Colo. Aiken and Upiomb being n front.
pon their arrival at the depot platform,
Col. -. wis called upon to address the
young Democracy of our town, to which
e readily'edusented; maldlng soame" scath
ig remarks in regard.to the Radical party
of South Carolina, and throwing hot shot
into the camp of Mr.Eoga, who was stand
i'g' near by. We suspect this same Hoge
intenad,d to 'go ,on tshe. up. train witE Mr.
Aiken,but from certain remarks made by that
gentleman,conclnded he wouldn't.'Mr.Aiken
har promised to meet-Er; Hoge- it Abbe
ille (if be should honor that place with his
presence) with a cart, drawn by two little
blls driven tandem, the front one he says
he will blindfold and thus virtually carry
out the saying, "When the blind lead the
blind they are sure -to tall in the ditch."
We think Mr. Alkisti1s-aman fully up to
the times, and will always be ready to meet
the Rada at every-point. Xe seems to be
uite hopeful for,the fpture. In hisaneks
i(t'Ye' depot there'were some ~"liolesuni"
advie. given2t tnd people,-.young-.and old,
which it would-be well for them.to remember
and practice during the present campaign.
The train ben about due Mr. Aiken closed'
is remarks, wishing the Democracy God
speed. The 'newrs having arrived by this
time that Gen'I Hampton, the Democratic
nominee for Governor of South Carolina,
would be on the~ ap trains the young men
formed a line along the platform to gire
him a. greeting, which they did-as the train
moved up-with three rousing cheers. Many
wet up to the Gene ral, who paine out on
thes platform, and:gave each..a.eherty shake
of the hand. Among the number who gave
him this greeting was a colored Democrat,
to whom the General remarked that he ex
peted to see many of his race in the same
ranks before the day of election.
On ThQrsday night, after the Y. M.
D. C. adjourned, a meeting was called
to perfect the orgagigation of the Rifle
Club. The several committees weport
ed ;the committee to solicit names made
aery fmne repprt, and fifty odd names
were enrolled as members of the organi
Waig The conymittee on Constitution
and By-Laws read out the draught pre
pared bythem, which is similar to the
one adopted by the Richland Rifle Club
of Columbia, S. C. It was adopted,
an electiog -Wes theiy held far' a Vyei
dent and a Secretary and Treasurer, it
was deemed advisable to postpone the
election of other officers ntil the next
mpeetng, which was appointed for Tues
day night. Thie pepting~ yesulted us
follows: President, Col. T. J. Llpsoomb,
Secretary and Treasurer, S. B. Fowles.
A ,op . .p TOWN AND COUNT.
The latest inventing-nShloemakeV'#
It is impossible to write about any
thing but politics now.
R? . Jones, Esq., who hns hee!g off
to the mountains, has returned.
The town has not been as crowded
as it was on Friday for a long time.
Foir the first few days Qf la.g wepl
the town was empty of 'country people,
and the merchants correspondingly de
Grapes demand a fair price en the
streets. Pr. Navpis bpings in a 4il p9#&
riety every day or so and they sell like
A new lot of stationery will be open
ed this week at the Hmumw Bookstore'.
Al insgffw y p per tlnW p$lp
The suitst s.1 ~tW i h i
Trik hichet elintw is lk the c-tigar
trink whinh is like the fiea-vou nat
Col. Aiken's speech over at the dep
on Saturday was a shell in the Radic
It did the old veterans good to s4
the horsemen in the procession
brought to mind very vividly the o
scenes of "marching to the wars."
The Democratic Nominating Convei
tion meets to-day-Tuesday. We a
sure that a full ticket will be nominat<
whieh will suit the people of the Count
There - can be no doubt of a Demi
cratic victory in Edgefield.
And Newberry very probable. Woi
they make a fine trio, Edgefield, La
irens and Newberry; talent, pluck at
These counties wiH show the Sta
at large, that heretofore they may hai
been behind in politics, but now the
intend to make up for lost time.
SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not strange that people run off aft
strange things, when they could do better i
home? Nearly every man, woman and chi
in the country knows Ayer's, Jayne'
Wright's, adway's or Tutt's Pills, and ve
few know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pilt
and yet, we venture the assertion, that at
one buying and using a single box of.D
Giide'slills, will never buy one of anothi
manufacture. Dr. S. F. Pant sells them.
QUESTIONS FOR EVERY ONE TO A]
Are you troubled with Indigestion, Const
pation of the Bowels, Dysp6psia, or ai
other disease of the Liver? Have you suffe
ed for years and found no relief from the w
of medicines? Do you have a faint appetit
and are you troubled with feelfngs ot languoi
If you have these feelings we know you hai
not tried the new discovery MERRELL'
HEPATINE, at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug Stor
It is performing wonderful cures in this am
all other communites where the people ui
it. It is .pronounced by all the best Livo
Medicine in the world. . Two doses will r
lteve the worst ease of Dyspepsia e Consl
pation of the Bowels. Each bottle 'eontalt
fifty doses, and a teaspoonful of this med
cine In a wineglassful of water three tines
day for one day, produces a most wonde
fal change. Where the system is .r
down with the lost of energy and app
tite, or Dyspepsia, with all its train of evi
lieffectiug Its. deadly work, this remed:
iUls HEPiin, never fails to brih
about a'sieedy ad' permanent eure. Thoi
who doubt the mkeritand virtues of this med
cine andlive from dy toidy without tr.
Ing tl i VE4T=4, 'have QQr yipath
but can not be cured unless they take i
.NBwUndlR,6hC-, dg. 19, 1876.
List of advertised letters,for week endis
Abrams, L. D. jLake, W. E.
Btler. Josephine - 1Woward, C.
Bear, Win. Wicker, W. &.
Wilts, Miss'S. E.
,Parties calling for letters will please as
radvertised. R. W. 800bT ,. 31
AsiaVAms AT 3. C'. BEL -
H. LB. Spearmnan, Silver Street;J.Bo
Greenvile; H. H. Mason, .Eichmond, Va
Jas. T. Culbreath, Geo. Johnston,.,
Lake, L. A. East; P. .DeLv Kazyck, Dr. ,J
Wallace, L. C. Mor,W. H. Car wile, J. E
L.Atbr.. J. Icrr, ss, K. Crawfor
City C. P. Pelham, A. I. Dochertv, Wzi
H. Cy~olubia; David Higginb Harn
E. Oslr Rufus Fronebeuger .Thee. P. Moot
. F. -cadn*ormyau.W ith-%harle
ton; Jno. Willis, Edgefield; W.J. Douglas
Jaek Henderson, Maybluton; J. L. Farrqi
Isreus; E. O. e,ew VoskiW. 1
Butt, Augusta; uo.I'.Shumpert, Dead Pal
U. B. Whites, Prosperity; L.. C. lNorthrol
S r,anburg; K. Brown, Baltimuore; J. 1
K. Croobsugnls, Atlanta;R. V. Qistj Nei
LiVERPOOL, August 21.-Cotton quiet at
Orleans ~. r. Li
Naw asu,Auiglitf21.-Cotton ey, solI
433,at 121a129-16. Gold weak, at 1.1,0al.10
BAuTxxons,. August 21.-Cotton stead~
and fr--rgiddling 12&a121.
Anatts1,g August 21.-Cotton dull Am
CRARL.merol, August 21.-Cotton dull'
middling 11*a11I. --
THE RWS AND COUVRIEI
FOR THE CAMPATGN.
The canvass nooelgin the most is
prtant li-which th epeof South Cari
hiaave since the mome1
tons election of . Upon its result di
ds the weal oWoef$1 Ste 1l4 1#
THE Ews ANDw CoURtR will, as every 1
in the front of the Aght, sustaining fearles
whatever it shall be of the State Democra
Ic Convention.. Totiisa we pledge the who
power and influence of a journal which,i
ties, of th~e .epeof South Carolina.
In order thttmay be within the meai
of every Democrat in the State to read Ts
Nws AND CountER during the canvass1 1
have established -the following campai
rats, reeof ie ,q petrl
1 ,. - - - - $250
10 Cie, - - 17 50
10 Cois - - - 8 75
1 Copy, - - - - 50cents.
In every case the money must accompar
the order. Address
Orders left at my house (opposite Dr.]
B. Buff's) for ICS CREAM will receil
prompt attention. Freezers from three1
eight quarts will be furnished nicely froze
and packed with Ice. Prices to suit i
times. Families, parties or pic nie fu
nished on short notice. To my friends
the country who lIle Ipe Pream I woui
say lill take counmry pro'luce in exchang
I would also say to my friends anywhei
within twenty miles of town, if you kno
of a pic nic or barbecue let me know at
PIl be there with Ice Cream for sale. Do:
forget L. R. MAIRSHALL,
May g1 g.d
1776. TIE GEATf CETNNIAL. 187
Parties desiring information as to bei
routes to the CENTENNIAL, or to any
the Summer Resorts or to any other poi:
intecutr.sol . WBNN
en. Passeilger Agent gennesaw Route,
Ma 1 2a.AAT,G
Roua nd1 22-8m Arkt,s,
Rnnnr1 Web rp[ngagg
ry Goods, Groceries, gc.
NEW AND SAIE DEPARTURE
WINTER GOODS I
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
It REGARDLESS Of 0OST !
d T jjE ROO je SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, until a clear.
.e ance is effected, without regard to cost,
Woolen Goods of aH kinds,
, Mes' and Boys' letkbg, &c.
I MEAN WHAT j SAY1
- - -IY-STOCK OF
is full and complete, and will be SOLD
LOW FOR CASH.
Graniteville Shirting, Sheet
Ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
d Warranted 150 proof; and as good as
any oil sold.
This jiutly celebrated Fertilizer has ac
o repation which places it In the
I am jrepqed to fm%ish it in any quanti
tisnon-the mostUlberal terms, and w ill
s take pleasure in showing testimonials re
ceive4 from diarent p4rr4eswho have used
It. -- MTOOT.
rF r k 23,8--tf.
H ave.in ftore their
PALL AND WTINTElft T
BOOTS; SHOES, HATS,
; In all the various lines, the itoek is large
. and has been selected with great care.
The ldirae1hyffr'fr gine our
SDress Goods, Timns
Laces, Whit. Goods,
I; CASSII[ERES AND PIECE GOflS
~' Of all kinds for gentlemen anid youth.
r' . Beie th bve wehave instoreafikke
r. assortmnt of
Hardware and Cutlery,
Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all kinds,
LI EAY UMDS RWMTA1OIEN(
SAnd many othler articls-whleh it 18 need
a less to mention.
}. The above goodi .WILL BR SOLD
y CHEAP FOR~CASH.
d P. .L .CIC
- Sep. 22, 38-tt.
SOwing to the scarcity of money 1h der
~ pl7es s in seac of GOOD gods for lit
sFull and complete stock of
Always on band.
1etes$ ncyelties Igow in stock
I RU LACE, LACE TE, GRENADIN,
BIBBONS, al widths, and the new
styles at 25 cents per yard.
All orders promptly and carefully attoad,
C. F. JACKSON,
_LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
coraKBIA, S. C.
E?D WAR SCHIOLTZ,
-e (FOmmfRLY WITH CAPT. 3. F. SPECK,)
WATCHES AND CLOCKS,
Store between P.W. &R. S. Chick's and
D. B. Wheeler & Co.'s,
NEWBER.RY, S. C.
JSIAYADTRINET ALASO NHA
AllM wor TaRanteTd ALAY i saisfcton
All A or. 12, antd t8gie-stisacton
THE BEST IS
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
in CnT -u wis
The cheapest on the mar
ket when the quality is
In offering the "BROWN GIN" to our fri
we feel assured that every planter buying <
wy one sold by us bas given entire a
Alist of pems having tfem in use in
at our Store.
.PRICE REDUCED TO" PR.R SAW, dl
Greenville aud Columbia and Laurens Rail
A sample Gin can be seen at our Store,
MeSnt h Will be made to approved purchase
Orerearly inorder tohavtyour (Ai
AT "BOOZER'S 10
Aug. 2, 31-2m.
DRY GOODS BO
in accordance with our Semit-Annual c!
most attractive smck of DRY GOODS, OAT
PETS AND )ATTINGS, at suchpricesas I
We have bought in the-lWst tei day
New York, S25,000400. WORT OF GqODS
Orders fkom the-mouny always receive
The following partial price list will.conv
2 Cases Fancy Prints fast "olora;.....
'I Csei Fano PriO Madder colors..
0 Cases Fancy Prints Standard coldrs.
2:Cases 4-4 Printed Cambries.. .....
2 Casesa44 Pacific Cambrics and Lawa
'AII new'est anabest branias Prints...
5 Casesstt- ie ......
Mens' and Womet.Bgns' ad Shoessat
2,500 yards Hamug dgn.and Ius
-We wilreplenish ow urgI G3ottr
better goods fer their monly ththy hare
N ~o use in grafmblng about hard~times i
Cal eryand often to secure Bargains.
- Smule sentby mall when'reqneet
Express, C. 0.D.FREE OF CHA ,
May l'1, 42-1y. COLUM
-. . WHOLESALE ANl
DRY GOODS A
Brown Shirags..........fr6 a1c
m-Ax sYTaa ARnor.E KEPT IE A maar C
LARGE STOCK I
BLUE FLANNEL SUfI
DIAGONAL COATS AN]
Til "10111 (fN.
This GIN is still in the Eakst, and afte
42 years of trial is pronounced the'
BEST IN USE.
Price $3.00 Per Saw1
COLUMBIA, s. C.
June 14, 24-Sm.
In pursuance of the order of the HoE
J. C. Leahy, Judge of -Probate "for New
berry County, I will make a final gettlemen
of my accounts as Admistratoroft i
THE CIRAPEST If
ends (this the thir4 seam we have goldtIM6)
ne will be pertoctly atisfed with the result of
Newberry and Laurens Counties can bd seen
CL oE rmUT at any On
.nd liberal arrangements asb Aq Umeot Ay
rs. - - - . - - L.
by pplying in personor by ltter.
mulyrolthe growlig crop.
RRY,:S. C. ~
UNG OUT SALE
LEOV7.1 - O
3BIA, S* E
(DAY, MAY 15s'-'
tom we wiIl, as above, o
kND CAPS, BOOTS
ave.never, betOe be%A-hearta.4hIs Z.
froiaVh" 'Auactkn adB# Baw*
which we intend to give ior
Ace you that we mean Just wit we
. 0..-0.. 6......at 4 cents per !
.. s9... A. b.........d..at 8 - S
... .-. . . ...... 1 1
....... . ....at12 *
in1 the citygat.2 coSlts PerPSaf and~4s
L00 per pair, worth $1'.5
etipt a gsaisrife. -
daily-, and give our ens$omers more obai
ten you ean supply-yourw ans at suck extra
44 ad-all packages o$~~ ~
BIA, S. Ci ~ I j'
RETAEL DEATER LN~
LseM- ---.. T
COLUMBIA S. C
.ot.. .... -.. ....roj
Hosiery, Govei.. at
LASDER ooDS EQUSB AT
IuLES OILS, ETC, atW YS (2&i
BIA, S. C.
'S :20O MFN AN1D DOYS.
FROM $3.50 TO $5.
LATEST STYLE HATS
tisn,ioa, ed Jet,hibIaim
-Sore Throat, siea,Ithr
Wogada:of evey kilnman orsin'o
and at times was unable'to wk~eb
an received on-~
scienecould devlse,wibOtbn. GILaS'
LNIEENT XODIDE OF A30EONxgave inhat
reliTIN andce laI
s. -A; - D.8.Th
Sold by an
; bottle. 2. uly
ALONZO 1 S K
SRAYING A B