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INDiX TO NEW ADVERTISEXzNTS
S. F. Fant-Otice.
Y. J. Pope--iotice.
J. J. C Irrington-Sheriff's Sale. tI
Jno. 0. Peoples-Watches and Jevl?.
lKingsland & Heath, of Columbia,
offer special inducements t9 purchasers
in China Ware, Whik Workand every
kmfn'of &oushold goods. All who wish
anymhing in their line would do well to
examine their stock before purchasing
When Edward Scholts repairs your clock
or watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1y
THoMPsON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Sur
DEATHs.-Mr. J. D. Cash lost a son
aged four years, on last Wednesday
night. Bennie was a bright little fel
low, and the sympathies of the com
munity are Mr. and Mrs. Cash in
this their fnA bereavement. .
Mr. McCulough, living in the vicinity
of Beth Eden Chwre-, lost three C
dren by diptheria a week or so ago.
Dickert's Restaurant is open for the
PoxA=A.-An interestingletterfrom o
Pomaria reached us too late for this ti
issue, and will appear in the next. D
Just received a new stock of Watches e
and Jewelry at John 0. Peoples' Jew- .
elry Store, CHEAP FOR CASH. s
Sep. 5, 1876-36-1m. e
The names of three officers of the tI
Rifle Club were inadvertently left out
last week in the notice of that club. The
following gentlemen were elected: D.
S. Pope, Surgeon; Rev. R. A. Fair,
Chaplain; J. Y. Culbreath, Solicitor.
o have good health medicine is necessary
occasAally. As a family medicine we can
reccommet Dr. Bull's Vegetable Pills, and
advise all vo hao a box constantly on hand
for cases of ee-4
CoTIrON STATEMTIEiT.-Mfr. John A.
Kinard, shipping agerAt at this point,
furnishes us with the following com
parative statement of Ootton shipped
from Sept, 1st, 1874 " '5,25,156 bales,
and from Sept. 1I5, 1875 to '76, 21,855,]
showing a falling off in the past year
of 3,301 beds.
C ID>ATE TO THE FnoNT,-From
Ahe -reports that reach us from every1
quarter the Democracy is making daily
*accessions. The discussions that have
taken place have been productive of
marked results. Let every candidate
take the stump. Some of them are
there already, notably from the to~wn.
Harris* bath house is an institution.
You can take any kind of bath you like
-hot, warm, cold, shower, or any other
Fkirg4, all for the paltry sum of 25 cents;
six baths for $1.25. He is well patron
ized by the young men, who, when they
leave iistablishment, lo ssdc
tive as possible. .oka sdc
The most cloth for the least money
can be had at the mammoth establish
ment of McCreery, Love & Co., Colum
bia, S. C. As the fall trade will soon
commence, now is the to make selec
tions from the large and choice stock of
these gentlemen. For variety, dura
bility, ~texture, finish, and appearance
the assortment of dry goods offered by
them is unexeelled. 1t.
Sunday being a fine day all the
churches were filled. The Lutherans
celebrated the "Harvest Home Festival."
The church was appropriately decorated
with fruits of the pastLyear, and the pas
or,.Rev. H. W. Kuhns, in the morning
delivered an instructive sermon on the
sbject. At night the Sunday School
had their annual celebration. The
scholars acquitted themselves remarka
bly well, the singing was very good.
*The-whole affair passed off pleasantly
and reflected credit on those who had it
In all the counties that appointments
have been made for Gen. Hampton and
others to speak, extensive preparations
have been made. Greenville is going
to have a rousing meeting-the other
counties ditto. Newberry should not
be behind and everything ought to be
done to make the 14th of September
long to be remnembered as the day that
Radical tyranny and oppression receiv
ed its first check in this County. It can
be easily done if all the people in the
County turn out to greet the standard
*bearers ofbonesty and reform.
Deocratic meetinigs- are being held
aTht>ver the County in the se'eral town
Sshijs. Great good has been accom
plished.and many colored people have
b6en persuaded to join. An enthusias
tic meeting was held at Prosperity on
Saturday. Messrs. Sampson Pope and
,T. Y. Culbreath spoke with good effect,
aind five negroes joined. Nearly every
gneeting that has been held resulted in
soecolored people joining. The candi
dates ought to let no opportunity slip to
appear before the people of the County,
as more votes can be gained in that
panner than by.any other means.
z1xw MEECWiT--Mr- B. H. Cline
formerly book-keeeper for D.B.Wheelei
& Co., has opened a grocery store a
stani formerly occupied by A. D. Love
lace: Mr. Chine begins business on his
"own hook" at a very auspicious time
-opening of the fall trae-and w'
,wnAii'~t for him a lare ~4s dnrin~
EMOCRATIC MASS MEETING OF
On Thursday, the 14th day of Sep
,mber, instant, at Newberry Court
[ouse, there will bea grand rally of
ie County Democracy.
Every Club in the County isexpected
> be present in full force.
Every citizen, white and colored,
emocrat or Republican, is earnestly
mvited to be present.
Speeches will be made by
GEN. WADE HAMPTON.
COL WILLTAM D. SIMPSON.
GEN. SAMUEL McGOWAN.
GEN. JAMES CONNER.
GEN. WILJAM WALLACE.
GEN, M. W. GARY.
GEN. I. C. BUTLER.
HON. D. WYATT ATKRN.
COL. JAMES S. COTHRAN,
The orders of the day, the names of
!hief Marshal and his assistants will
e announced at an early day.
There will be a grand torchlight pro
Dssion at night and speeches.
By order of the County Executive
lommittee for the Democratic Party of
Y. J. POPE,
Chairman Executive Committee.
In portions of this County the killing
f cattle has become a regular oeeupa
on of worthless negroes.. Several far
iers have suffered severely by the de
redations of these cattle thieves; all
)rts of remedies have been tried to
.op the nefarious practice, but with no
access. Indictments have been be
ome humbugs; the people have re
rted to every peaceful means to stop
e practice and are getting tired. It
as become a burden for people to own
ny kind of property, for with the local.
ieves stealing all personal property
nd the extortionate taxes of the gov
rment, he is richest who owns nothing.
LBOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Centennial tickets ought to be lower
Cotton is opening rapidly over the
New bales of cotton are no longer a
The town was pretty well filled'on
Gen. Hampton will be here next
Merchants are commencing to get in
heir fall stock.
Persons ough'. to be getting up ban
iers for the 14th.
It is an impossibility to write on any
~ubject but politics.
Newberry is invested with geese-We
nean those that have wings.
Rev. Mr. Lamar preached in the
aptist Church on Sunday. .7
A man has tobe very obtusefnot to
:ake some interest in polities niowA<
Newberry shipped thejfirst new bale
f cotton down the rmilroad this year.
All persons indebted to this office are
cordially invited to call and settle their
On the 8th the Radicals hold a con
vention to send delegates to Columbia,
to nominate a State ticket, &c.
Tilden and Reform, Hampton and
Happiness., should be the warghwords
of the white people of this State.
S. K. Dick, the popular.cotton buyer,
has returned and is ready to commence
operations in that fascinating business.
The Hook and Ladder Co. paraded
again on Wednesday last, under com
mand of J. E. Brown, acting captam.
The question that should be- asked
Centennialites is not- what have yor
seen, but was there anything you didn't
The camp meeting held near Martin's
Depot was a success, the preaching re
markably good and the attendanci
Next week the Democratic clubs will
hold meetings when arrangements wil
be made for the grand jollification 0r
Mr. E, W. Thomason, the affable
auctioneer, who was here last winter
has returned, and will hold forth at th
Troops are needed to protect the cow
from the cattle thieves. Each coi
should have a corporal's guard to escoi
her to and from the pasture..
The excursion train that left here c
-unday morning for the camp mieetin
failed to' carry much of a load,- but a
who went report having a pleasat
Mr. Newton Carlisle, of Mississipp
who spoke before our County Convel
tion, delivered a speech in Union ti
other day, which has been highly cor
The monument constructed by tl
sholars of the Lutheran Sunday Scho
on Sunday night was well arranged.
good deal of artistic skill was display
in its construction.
The Editor of this paper has returne
from his trip North, and will so<
tke charge once more of the pap
and, we hope, never again to give it1
on account of sickness,
Colored people sometimes make vE
good music and It is a pleasure to list
to them, but then it becomeS mono1
nous to be waked up in the "wee sn
bours by "When I can read my ti
cl ew ttonr,fac a
Acnewjust oenedatne eryfa ca
a ima nnanna at the Hamid Be
ral point of view. it is a clear,
lucid and truthful statement of the re
sources of the County, and we hope
good will result from their distribution.
Mr. Jas. F. Todd is holding forth at
the store on the corner, lately occupied
by Ilavird Bros. Mr. Todd luts been
long :und favorably known to the public
as a first class salesman, anld 1 he has
started on his own hook we hope th:it
he will continue to be as popul:r as
ever. Give him a call and examine
The tadicals continue to -have mid
night meetings-when honest folks are
abed. The places they are held in are
not very choice and consequently no
Democrats are present. Their vile
speeches go forth to the colored people
unanswere& The harm-that these meet
ings do, cannot be easily estimat6d, and
if possible a stop ought to be put to
itOR THE HERALD.
Our Local Schools.
Ef. EDITOR: The time is now near at
hand for the reopening of the several
scbools in our midst. While the public
mind is full of earnest and honest effort in
the cause of good government, let us not
overlook or forget the importance of the
proper education of our children.
It is our first duty to fit them for taking
honorable and intelligent action in these
very scenes in which they must soon be
our successors. Never. was there a time hr
the history of the Human race, when there
was so much need that the coming genera
tion should be composed of earnest think
The end of all true education is to wake
up wind, arouse thought, to create the pow
er or art of -thinking. Whenever we can
bring this art the nearest to perfection,
the mind is rendered .calm, reflective, quick
and energetic. If this then is the case; if
this be the effect of judicious education;
if this be the one great engine for making
our children thoughtful, earnest, discrimi
nating and energetic men and women;
surely, we should rather deprive ourselves
of every luxury, than leave our youth poor.
ly supplied with this great essential. Let
us then, impelled by every noble impulse,
foster and sustain our'institutions of learn
Education, too, is the handmaid of Reli
gion. We can largely promote the moral
and religious interests of our children by
teaching them to think, filling their craving
minds with the proper food for thought.
The empty vacant mind is the -Devil's
choicest workshop. Thinking - minds -ruk
the world. All the permanent good-o
manly speaking--ever done in. the world
has been the direct product of the thinking
While then, the stringency of the timel
forces us to curtail our expenditures, anm
watchfully allow ourselves only such things
as re of prime necessity, let us beware hov
we stint our children in their mental food
and thereby, perhaps, render them mern
dwarfs and pigmies in the intellectua
It is but a poor argument to say that th<
uneducated malie money and get along jus
as well as those wh.er minds are enlighten
ed by g judicious course or -istructioni
There is nothing~to prove that these-fortu
nate persons would not have made stil
more with the aid .of an education. Indeed
the testimony of these very men for th.
most part is, 'How mnuch more I might hay<
doie with the advantages of an education.
However harsh it may appear, we yet mus
ever rank, and, generailly speaking, we d
serve to rank in grade of excellence, in di
rect proportion to the degree of pur nmenti
and moral culture. Let our schools the
be properly and '"liberally encouragedi
Teachers as a class need more support an
encouragement than they have heretofor
met with in our eomm'unity. See td itthi
this grave imputation be atsence repelle
by a -united and prompt determinationt
do all in our power to place our institutioz
of learning on a thriving basis. As th
first step in this direction, let every parer
or guardian make the necessary effort, an
see that his child or ward, as the case ma
be, attends promptly at the. opening of ti
schools. It is of great importance that ti
Spupil should be at his post at. the beginnir
of the session. CITIZEN.
ISINGULAR FACT !
-Is it not strange that people run off aft
strange thingu, when they coulda do better
Shome?: Nearly every man, woman. and ch
in the: country knows Ayer's, . Jayne
W rigts;Rad'iy's or Tutt's Pills, and ye
ew know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's-Liver Pill
and yet, we-venture the assertion,. that ai
s one buying and' using a single box of I
G ilder's Pills, will never buy one of anoth
manufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells them.
Ii QUESTIONS FOR EVERY ONE TO A
I1 Are you troubled with Indigestion, Cons
it ation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia, or a
other disease of the Liver ? HKave you suff
e d for years and found no relief from the 1
of medicines? Do you have a faint appeti
.and are you troubled with feelings of langu<
ee If you have these feelings we knowr you hi
- ot tried the new diseovery MERREL]
HEPATINE, at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug Stc
It is performing wonderful cures in this a
ee all other communities where the people1
:o t. It is- prononed by all the best Li
A Medicine in the world. Two doses will
d ieve the worst case of Dyspepsia or Con
pation of the Bowels. FEach bQttle conta
ifty doses, and a teaspoonful of this mi<
c ine in a wineglassfrul of water three time
>n day for one day, produces a most WOnt
r,, ful change. Where the system is:
d own with the lost of energy and ai
ite, or fSyspepsia, with ali its train of e
is effecting its deadly wq;k, this perge
ry7 MERRELL's KEDATRE, never fgIls to l}r
en about a speedy and perruagent cgre. Ti
e- wwho doubt the merit and virtues of this m
ta' clue and live from day to day without
inig the HEVATINE, have our symnpa
bu a otb uediciness.heyta
Medcie.. C 30e. ,l'
ok POST OFFICE,
PIEDMONT ANI) ARL1N-GTo LIFE Iz
SURANcE CoxPANY.-During the past nine
or ten years the Piedmont and Arlington
Life Insurance Company has been steadily
growing in influence and wealth. Its agen
ciesare now established in nearly every sec
tion of the country. Death claims amount
ing to more than S2,225,000 have been p:iid
in twenty States of the Union. As a South
ern Company its largest patronage has been
in the Southern States, and :, : compayti
embodying the best elements of the business
skill of oar people, is every way doservin:.r
that liberal support it has received. Thc
Company has been more liberal to the I:eo
pie of this State, an-1 certainly no company
can present superior advantages to the people 4
of this or any other State. e.o-w.
We have received the September number
of the Southern Cultivator. It is, as usual, 1
filled with instructive reading matter for
planters and farmers of the South, and should
be in the hands of every one of agricultural
persuasion. Subscription price $2.10. W.
L. Jones, Editor, Athens, Ga.
We have received the September number
the "The Semi Tropical," an agriculinral
journal published in Florida. For general
get up and good reading matter, not con
fined to agricultural matters exclusively,
this magaziue is unexcelled. It is the best t
printed Southern Magazine published. Pub- S
lished by Chas. W. Blew, Jacksonville, Fla.
Harrison Reid, Editor. Subscription price
$3.00 per annum.
NEwBERRY, September 5.-Cotton quiet, ,
at 9tc. Bales shipped during week 43.
LIvERPOOL, September 4.-Cotton active
and firmer-middling uplands 6; middling
NEw YORK, September 4.-Cotton steady;
sales 962, at 113all 13-16. Gold active, at
BALTIMORE, September 4.-Cotton quiet
AUGUSTA, September 4.-Cotton quiet and
CHALESTON, September 4.-Cotton flim
MRS. J. H. GAILLARD will resume the
exercises of her Szhool for boys and girls,
at her residence on Adams street, on Mon
day, zhe 4th September prox.
Tuition at usual rates, with the benefit of
School Fund. Aug. 30, 35-2t.
My office is at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug
Stpe, where I ean be found during usual
-y residence has been changed to house
on.Calhoin Street, two doors from Presby
A. WALLACE, M. D.
Aug. 30, 35-tf.
The undersigned having this day bought
the stock of
ofthe- lately!ASSigned Estate of John F.
Speck, will continue the business at the
old1 stanidg and.will offerthe- most of-the
prsenttck r'or.a.limited. time AT AED
LOW NEW YORK COST FOR CASH, AND
CASH ONLY. Those desiring BARGAINS
will please.call early.
JOHN 0. PEOPLES.
August 15, 1876. ..35-1m.
I Isnow -obe found at the store formert
ocpied by-John F. Speck, where he -wil
attend to all business in his line with .fidehi
Sty and dispatch.
gg~ WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
SAug. 30, 15-1T.
SFOR SALE IHEAP.
-ONE NO. 1
Second Hand Gin5
d r WFP IRE ALSO -AGENTS F~oR
Heleti & GoodrichGi
Aug. 30, 35-1m.
gOFFICE OF COUNTY CHAIRMAN, )
UNION REPUBI.CAN PARTY, I
NEWBERRY COUNT. S. C-)
Notice is hereby given that a Convention
of the .Union Republican Party will be held
at Newberry Court House on the 8th day of
Sepembr, 10o'clock A. M., for the p.
nBosntintnbgheld In Columba On' tie
it 12th September next, for the purDose of
Idnominating a State and Electoral ticket and
such otheriusiness as-may be brought be
~,fore the Convention. Also to choose three
rydelegates to the~ Congressional Convention
of the Third District, and three delegates to
5;the Circuit Convention to nominate a Solici,
tor for the Seventh Judiciat Circuit.
The Chairmen of the different precincts
-r will call meetings to be held on Wednesday,
e the 6th -day of September, at the places
ne med below, to choose the number of dele
gates allowed to such precinct, to-wit:
Newberry Precinct will elet 22 delegtes
Cadwell " " "
Cromer's ---" 8 "
e Reeder's 8 -"
Floyd's " ' 8 "
ti Mendenall " " "7
'Cannon's "e " ." 5
eNebe~ Precinct will hold itis meeting
tCaiwel' Prcinct will hold its meeting
Maybinton Precinct will hold its meeting
S iors F recinct will hold its meeting
at Cedar Grove.
e. Reeder's P?recinct will hold its meeting
idFoyd' Preinct will hold its meeting
see at usual place of meeting.
er Moon's Precinct will hold its meeting
at usual place of meeting.
re- gendnlPllS Precinct Will hold its mleet
i1 jg at Hiannah C21urch.
8 Stoey 4ater Drecinct will hold its nmeet
- canon s Precinct will hold its mneetingS
a *fe1e~ oi1eLc ee:ig,hold its meeting
r-r-at st. James Church.
Atn each meeting the Precinct Chairmal
pe parily preside. SIMEON YOUNG,
vi, i1I~~,lS6-35-2.County Chairman.
Round Trip Tieloets.
11i= The South Cairolina Railroad will issui
-y-- ROUND TRIP TICKETS to New York, vi
by hretn rmti ae tll,Ti
y Charlestoin, fromthst rate, ato gt Th
th 'bs Gn peneral Tiet get.t
he Centennial. S. B. PICKENS,
General Ticket Agent.
xnwa 1& 9A--t L
OTIN AT 008T
WIGIT & COPP0fA,
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
)Wer at and Below Cost !
A large lot of CLOTHING, UATS and
HflOEl, carried over from last Summer.
'his stock is of good style and quality.
Our New Stock of
s large, and equal to, if not superior, to
nything we have ever kept, and will be
old at reasonable prices. We will also
ake measures for suits to be made from
amples on exhibition at our store and
Especial attention is called to our
mong which will be found FINE LINEN |
OSOM SHIRTS at a reduction of 10 to 15
er cent., and the popular
EEP'S CELEBRATED HALF-MADE SHIRTS,
t $15 per dozen, or at $1.33e,each for a
Our stock of
assimere and Straw Hats
or this season is worth attention.
Call and examine for youLselves.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Arr. 19, 16-3m.
Sping and. Sowe Clothingi
JOHN SCOTT & C0.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
We offer to the public LATEST STYLES
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS,
for Men and Youths. GENTS' FURNISH
[NG GOODS, FINE hATS, &c., at lowest liv
In our MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
will be found A NICE LINE of CLOTHS and
CASSIMERES, for FASHIONABLE SUITINGS.
These Goods WE WARRANT to be Of BEST MA
TERIAL and GUAANTEE TO FIT, nakin up
urselves, or ordi' Arom -selected am
pies where preferred.
CUTTING ad REPAIRING done at short-.
JOHNs SCOTT & CO.
May 10, 19-tf.
MISS JANIE F. HERNERT will open a
SCHOOL for boys and girls, at the Circuit
Parsonage, on the 4rh September, prox.
Tuition at usual rates.
References: Capt. A. P. Pifer and Dr. S.
Ag. 3,~4-3. |
TE at I41I ER.
-INF1 ITSORTY-SECOND YEA. -
Will be sent to subscribers .DURING $HE
CA1PA.I( artte A~t dr sN PA
SIX MNTHS. "THE ADVERTISER."
Aug. 30, 35-tf.
LNIIOOD. 110w L0e, ROW RESOnD!
SJust published, s'new edition; of
D~~Ir. Calyerwell's Celebrated Essay
on the radical cure (without medicine) of
SPERMATORHEA or Seminal Weakness, In
UPr1c,in a sealed enveIope, only six
cThe celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clay demonstrates, from .a thirty
years' suc rciethtteaamn
conseuences of self-abuse may be radicalY
cured without the dangeosuse of interna
mediciie or the aplcation of the knife;
pointing--outRiio4 of cuire at on.e: mP~,
certain, and effectua!, bmeanlst( af 4e
my be, may cur-e himself cheaply, private.
-This Lect'ure should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in: a .plain;envelOP, to
any address, post-paid, on Teceipt of six
cent or two post stamps.
4knSt., liew York.-.
Post Office Box, -4586. 'July 12, 28-17.
W 7&. DUE WES,. e. 1S6.
The eighteenth year of this Institution
will open October 2d. Tuition, Board,
Washing and Fuel, for the Collegiate year,
$1.00. Music, $52.00. One-third due in
advance. Send for Catalogue. -
J. I. BONNER, Pres.
Due West, S. C., Aug. 15, 1876. 34-2m
COL! 00AL!! .00AL!!!
The undersigned having laid in their
stock .of superior ANTHRACITE COAL,
are now prepared to fill orders at LOW
RATES, deliverable at So. Ca. R. R. Depot
at Charleston. All orders promptly at.
tended to. Address,
E. F. SWEEGAN & CO.,
Charleston, S. 0.
The undersigned is prepared to dall
tinds of SUJRY1lNG with accuracy and
Ogce with Suber & Caldwell, Attorneys
T Ie'rfs reasopabl@.
F. WERBER, JR.,
Deputy Surveyov for Newberry County.
Aug. 16, 33-6m.
CT TON TIES,
We are, oftring the
E PLMII ARRIOW TIE,
guaranteeing their quality, on very favor
OVEDFIFY USIR GETl. CA.B
- OrdeEs file SING rmTes.
n..s. ana ma nromotness.
Ory Goods, Groceries, Sc.
sEW Au)$DI S.fliT DEhjl1R
W INTER GOODS!
W1l111l WILL BE .O .
REGARDLESS OF COST!
'0 MAKE ROOH FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, until a clear
nce is effected, without regard to cost,
Noolen Goods of all kinds,
CASSI M ERES,
31ens' and Boys' Clothing, &c.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!
MY STOCK OF
s full and complete, and will be SOLD
LOW FOR CASH.
Graniteville Shirting, Sheet
ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted 0 proof, and as gooda's
ty oil sold.
FISH AMMONIATED PHOSPHATE.
This justly celebrated Fertilizer has ac
uired a reputation which places it in the
oam prepared to furnish it in any quanti
ties and on the most liberal terms, and will
take pleasure in showing testimonials re
eved from different parties who bave used
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Tave In store the
FLL ANWIlNTER STOIJ
BOOTS, :SHOES, HATSa.
In all th va'rious line, the tock is large
and has been selected with great care.
The ladle.e are invitedl o xaih ou
Laces, White, Goods,
CASSIMERES AND PIECE GOODS
Of all kinds for gentlemen and youth.
Besides the.above zwe -have in store a fie
Rardware and Cutlery,
. Saddles and Bridles, -
Trunks or all kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATIOIN WAR,
And many other articles which it Is need
less to mention.
.Te..above~ oods. WJL? BE SOLE
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R, S. CHICK.
Sep. 22, 88-4f.
sOwing to th scarcity of moneyethe nde:
tir stock to prices which cannot fail t
please those in search Of GOeOi goods for 111
Full and complete stock of.
Always on hand.
Latest novelties now in stock
ECIU LACE, LACE TIES, GRENADIN]
ILLUSION, PIQUES, LACE MUTSLINS,
RIBBONS, all widths, and the new
styles at 25 cents per yard.
All orders promptly and carefully attent
C. F. JAQKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES
CODUMBIA, S. C
gi Send for samles]C.
May 1st, 1876. Stt
WILL COMMENCE ON THUESDAY, THJ
14TH SEPTEMBER NEXT.
A. . PIFEE, A. M., PrincipaL.
Mrs. T. A. BAILEY, Musical Department.
Mrs. E. P. CUNNINGHAM,'Ornamfental1 De
The advantages afforded by this insti
tion for a thoro;:gh and complete edu
tio, are second to no other in the Sta
Tu,:i..ion inow vi-z- from $12.50 to $22
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST !
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
IR10) 0TOTON GN
In offering the "BROWN GIN" to.our friends (this the thi: d-smason?owe have soia thenr)
we feel assured that every planter buying one will be pertectly satisfied with the result of
Every one sold by us has given entire satisfaction.
A list of persons having them in use in Ne wberry and Laurens Counties can be seen
at our Store.
PRICE REDUCED TO $3.25 PER SAW, delivered FREE OF FREIGUT at any Depot on
Greenville and Columbia and Laurons Rail Roads.
A sample Gin can be seen at our Store, awl liberal arrangements as to time of pay
ments, will be made to approved purchasers.
Any other information cheerfully given by applying in person or-by letter.
Order early in order to havb your Gin realy for the growing crop.
S. P. BOOZsEJr, Agent,
AT "BOOZER'S HARDWARE STORE-9"
Aug. 2, 31-2m. NEWBER S. c.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Carpets.
GRAND CLEARING OUT SAL
DRY GOODS BOOTS 8e0l , HATS, UA.
CARPETS, MATTINGS, &c.9
McCREERKY, LOVE & C
0OLUMBIA, S. Q.
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 15, 18-7
In accordance with our Semi-Annual custom we will, as above, offer the fargest And
most attractive stock of -DRY GOODS; HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SWOS, CAR
PETS AND MATTINGS, 4t such prices as have never before been heard of in this .rket.
We h:ve boight withinthe lastnen 'days from the large Aucion aug Bankrupt Sales In
New York, S2-5,000.00 WORTH OF GOODS, which we intend to give .oar cdstomersrte
Orders from-the country.always receive -our spebidl attention.. -
The following partial price list will couvlnce you that we.meau just what we say:
2 CAses Fancy Prints, fast'colors .............. at 4 cents per yard
'5 Cases Fancy,Prints, Madder colors... ............at 5 'S
;0 Cases Fancy Prints, Standard colors........... .....at 6J fc "
2 Cases 4-4 Printed Canbr[cs.... ................at S- "
2 Cases4-4 Pacifio Cambrics and Lawnls............ at 124
All newest and best brandsPrints.................at 8[-"
5 Cases Wamnsutta 4-4 Bleached........................at12
5 Cases Androscoggin 4-4 Bleached..,.................atl10 " "
1 Case Colored Grenadine Dress Goods.-............ ....at 6* "
50 Pieces New Style Dress Goods..........-............at 12& " "
5 Cases4-4 White Pique.;............................:2
The largest stock of Bdots and Shoes in tkeieity, at 20 cents per pair and uzpwardah
Mtens' and Womenis' Brogans and Shoesat $1.00 per pair, worth $1.25.,
0,60o yards Hambargh Edgings.and Insertings at a great sacrifice.
-We will replenish our Bargain Counters daily, a.nd give our customers mnore goods apd
better goods for their money than they have ever'-had. -
No use in gramblin'yaoqt hard times when you can supply your wants at such k ta
ordinary low prices, --
Call early and often to secure Bargaiirs. aninalest
1IP" Samples sent by inail wheni requested, adall pac kges overi$10 ) au e
Express, C. 0. D., FREE OF CHARGLc -.'
SPRING OPENING OF NE~W DRY GOGDS'
OiL CLOTHS, !tLLINEtY, FAdC GOOS E1C,
MIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S, C
Lon Clthsfro R.16 CE .I ST..
Lon Cl5h...0.........fro6ts15..Cottonades...... ..... . . from i2ut
Brown Shirtings.-..........from of~ a 10e.- Jen...............-.. ,t j.#
Print......... from S -a 10c. Cassimneres................from . up:
Ch k'dndS'dH5onesP'ns fr6ta2c Dress Goods......... ...~
Ginghams..i.........--- -- .from10c. up. Hosiery, Gloves, etc..........-l rfe
~-AND EVERY ARTICLE K.EPT.IN.A FIRST CLASS 'DRY GooDS HOUSE 'AT C(gRESPO1NLf
LOW PRICES..J. -
SEWING MACHINES, AmT& RENTS, NEEDLES, OILS, EIC. ALWAWSON KJ/1
Clot king and Hats.
-. NErw srRINQ
AT - -
R. & W. C. SWAFFIEUYS
COLUMBIA, S. C.
LARGE STOCK I LOW PRICESI
BLUE FLANNEL SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS.
~,DIAGONAL COATS AND VESTS.
BOYS' SUITS FROM $3.50 TO $15.
1- 'LATEST' STYLE HATS.
ANTE BELLUM PRICE S.
IApr. 19, 16-tf.
TH MOhIl IN" A~ an I drh
This GIN is still in the market, and after SM
42 years of trial is pronounced the - CUS W'!DTNDIU,1!
BEST IN~ USE.' TY oi R**4
Price $3.00 Per Saw
COLUMBIA, s. C.*
June 14, 24-3m.
u-Pursant to the order of the Hon. J. C. 1WD . EIDDNR & e@., SoePtheS
ea- Leahy, as Judg'e of Probate, I will conme to - or ~5 .h n93SiaN. K
t,a final settlement of my accounts as Admin- sen o rce te
l istrator of the personal estate of Elijah C. a NEBRY .C
.0 C. Odell, deceased, ia the Court of Probatej Ag.8 85 Em. IR, ~C
- .- -- ~ .L~ o.k A~. 35-4w.