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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEw ADvERTiSEX=TS.
Louis Bagger & Co.-Patents.
J. J. Carriugton-Sherif's Sales.
Herald Book Store-Fancy Note Papers.
N. Y. Engraving Co.-Agents Make $18 a
Dickert's Bestaurant is open for the
Just received a new stock of Watches
and Jewelry at John 0. Peoples' Jew
elry Store, CEAP FOR CASH.
Sep. 5, 1876-36-1m.
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,
DiIED, on Monday night, in the fourth
year of his age, Gussie, only son of
Capt. and Mrs. A. P. Pifer. This child,
notwithstanding his youthful years, ex
hibited a wonderful intelligence, his
brightness, though, was only excelled by
his sweet disposition, and although he
has gone to the place prepared for him
among the angels, he will not be for
gotten by those who remember with
pleasure his sweet innocent face The
blow becomes especially hard on the
fond parents, and although it is a con
solation to know. that he is now with
the celestial band singing hosannas to
the Most High, yet the loss falls heavily
upon them, and the sympathies of the
entire community are with them in this
their sad bereavement.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Sur
veyor. . 33-6m.
Hampton and Simpson.on Thursday.
Come all and show by your presence
that you are in favor of honest govern
MR. L. C. MooRE.-This popular
gentleman was elected Ensign of the
Rifle Club at the last meeting. No
better man could be found for the posi
tion, as he will always stick to his col
The name of Col. P. W. Ball was in
advertently left out in the list of speak
ers expected to be present here on
Thursday. Col. Ball is the nomi
nee for Solicitor of this Judicial Dis
trict, and appears before his constituen
cy here for the first time on Thursday.
Conhe out all and hear him.
We acknowledge with pleasure re
ceiving a copy of the Mineral Map and
General Statistics of New South Wales,
Australia, sent us with the compliments
of the Commissioners, from the Main
Building, Philadelphia. It is a highly
interesting paper, giving much informa
tion in regard to that wonderful and at
present little known country.
Don't forget to come in on Thursday.
S We acknowledge receipt of a neatly
printed Catalogue of the Rules, Regu
lations and Schedule of Premiums of
the Fourth Annual Fair of the Green
ville Agricultural and Mechanical As
sociation; which commences on the 17th
of October. It is fromi the press of
Messrs. J. C. & E. Bailey, of Greenville,
and is a creditable specimen of work.
Ever since the time of Adam and
Eve, people-especially ladies-have
tried to get their garments as cheap as
possible. From the primitive fig leaves
to the present heavy silk, economy has
been the great disideratum of dress
purchasing ladies.7 Many are in doubt
when to purchase, where to purchase,
and how.to purchase. The answer is,
"MeOreery, Love & Co., of Columbia,"
where the latest style and finest dress
pattern can be obtained at a minimum
price. See advertisement. 1t.
All who can should come on horse
back on Thursday.
One of the most interesting places to
a lady, and particularly if she be a
housekeeper, is a first celass China and
Crockery store, where everything that
she possibly needs can be found. At
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath's, Colunm
bia, and right under the Columbia
Hotel, is the place that we would call
attention to. Every want in this line
can there be supplied at most reasona
ble prices, and the lady visitor will be
surprised to find there many indispensa
ble articles never before dreamed of in
her experience. tf
The Democratic Club known as the
old men's club met on Monday night of
last week in Temperance Hall. One
colored man joined, making eight col
ored men who have joined so far.
Speeches were made by several, among
them three colored men, who gave their
views on the present issne. Their
speeches 'were very sensible, and lis
tened to attentively and with interest
by the Club. ThesClub has decided to
meet every Tuesday night until the
present campaign is over. The work
goes bravely on; every one is aroused
to the vital questions at stake, and next
November Township No. 1 won't be
behind in polling a large vote for Tilden
ROSEMONr CEMETERY.-We are re
joiced at the improvements lately made
in Rosemont Cemetery. In addition
to the neat and convenient summer
house, the vacant lots and~walks have
been cleaned of the rank grass and
noxious weeds which so long marred
the beauty of this silent city of our
dead. We know that the gentlemen
w~ho have the Cemetery in charge laave
r,n ~tneeure in it, and that they
THE MAss MEETING.-Do not forget
the mass meeting ordered by the Coun
ty Executive Committee for-Thursday.
Every man is expected t6 do his duty in
this campaign, -and the duty now is to
obey orders and promptly rendezvous
at the Court House. Gen. Hampton,
Col. Simpson and others will address
the meeting. At night there will be a
The amount of corn consumed in this
County would astound those unacquaint
ed with the figures. Below we give
the number of bushels of Corn and meal
received at this depot from the 1st of
January to the 1st of September. We
are indebted to Mr. Jno. A. Kinard, the
polite and efficient loading clerk at the
depot for the exact figures:
Amount of Corn, . - ~50,448 bushels
Amount of Meal, - - 19,439 "
Making a grand total of sixty-nine
thousand eight hundred and eighty-six
bushels consumed in eight months. -
TENAcIOuS OF HiS HoxoR.-One of
the hardest and trickiest specimens of
colored humanity was approached the
other day by a Democratic negro and
asked to join in the good cause. Feel
ing at the place where his collar ought
to have been, and putting on an amount
of dignity amusing to look at, he an
swered, "No, sir, it would disgrace me
foreber; my wife would be disgraced,
my fader and moder, grandfader, grand
moder, children and grandchildren.
No, sir, Ise an honest republican."
There is not a greater rogue in New
Remember!! Hampton on Thursday.
PERSONAL.-Mr. James M. Morris,
representative of the celebrated Morris
Gin of Columbia, who .has been for
some time canvasslng Newberry and
other counties in the interest of his
gins, paid us a visit on Thursday last.
An advertisement of this popular gin
can always be found in the HERALD at
the proper seasons. If any one has a
gin in need of repairs, or desires a new
one, let this house know it.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon returned on
Thursday from the Northern markets
with invoices of a large stock of goods,
many of which are already in., Like
all others who have 'done' the Centen
nial, he thinks it the biggest thing of
the season. He has our thanks for late
papers. _ _ _
Deservedly Popular-We mean Dr. Bull's
egetable Pills, for everybody has derived
much benefit from their use. Physicians re
On Friday last the Radical Convention
et to nominate delegates to the State,
Congrsional and Judicial Conventions
to be held in Columbia this week. These
meetings are of very little interest to
the white people of the County; they
are all conducted in the same'manner,
log-rolling and manipulations by the
different factions- generally constitute
the substance of their transactions.
Both sides crave office and go to these
meetings for that purpose, and not to
work out the redemption of their fast
The meeting was held in the Court
House, with S. S. Bridges, coloi-ed, in
the chair. The two factions were led
respectively by Corwin and Leahy on
one side, and Boston and Scott on the
other. The proceedings resultfed iii a
complete victory for Corwin -and his
followers; all the delegates chosen are
his men, and die other party is left out in
the cold, The proceedings were o~red
withlittle exception, the Chairman pre
sided very well and seermed fipartial
in his rulings, The whole convention
seemed to ~be unanimous in favor of
Chamberlain for Governor, and Purvis
for Congressman, and so instructed
their delegates to vote.
Scott made a very strong -speech
against the white men in the Radical
party, arraigning them for using the
colored people for their personal advan
tage. But it was of no avail, the mem
bers of the convention were drilled and
stuck to Corwin and Leahy through
thik and thin. After the election-ef
delegates was through with, Leahy arose
and in a long speech introduced a reso
lution instructing the delegates. to the
Judicial Convention to vote for Maj. J.
M. Baxter for Solicitor.
Leahy said that he offered Maj. Bax
ter's name to the convention, knowing
him to be a Democrat, but believing
him to be an honest and upright man,
and capable of filling the office of So
licitor with justice to that position.
Scott then got up and made a telling
speech against the other faction, but
said he was in favor of having Maj.
Baxter for Solicitor, as he would do jus
tice to all in that important position,
Boston followed in a short speech; he
would be willing to have some of the
offices given to the honest Democrats,
so that if anything went wrong they
could come in for their share of the
A resolution wats then offered that a
committee be appointed to wait on Maj.
Baxter and see if he would allow his
name to be used. The committee went
out, and after having seen Maj. Baxter,
reported that he declined to come before
the onvention~ and woull have nothing
to do with the canvass.
Resolutions were then introduced in=
structing the delegates to the different
conventions to vote for ChpnberWn fo
Governor aid Purvis for Congressman.
During the nomination of dlegates,
the proceedings were rather uproarious,
but on the whole were orey. h
following delegates were elected to th
Stnat Connention; HI. C. Corin -
There is a probability that Gen.. Gor-,
don, Georgia's hero, will beliee o
Thursday with Hampton. The pros
pect of seeing and hearing Gen. G6r'
don ought to induce every one to come
A CuRIosrrY.-The fine large Banana
tree which occupies a prominent posi
tion in the front garden of our towns
man, Mr. J. N. Martin, about two weeks
ago put out a bloom, which since has
been curiously developing in fruit. The I
bunch with its little green bananas is a
cnriosity in this section, as it -has been
supposed heretofore that this native
of the tropics, although growing here
luxuriantly, would not fruit. It is
-scarcely hoped that the fruit will come
to perfection ere frost will make it ne
cessary to top. the tree and place it
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
- The weather continues warm,
And politics if anything is warmer.
The scenes in the. Court House on
the occasion of the Republican conven
tion last Wednesday eclipsed Pandemo
A hard working Democrat became
disgusted because a negro who pro
mised to stick to him was suspiciously
prominent at the nominating conven
tion. We advise him to be prepared
for such things. The negro is uncer
Fodder is down to fiftycentsa hundred
-and the colored men do not as yet see
the cause of it. If they did they would
vote a Democratic ticket.- It is the onl
salvation of the country.
All kinds of buginess is dnll, in short
there is nothing doing-and why? A
corrupt government is the sole cause.
Every white man in the County
should be up and doing. Every man
who lags behind aids and abets the
Very few of the merchants have as
yet gone North. New goods arrive
slowly. A few 'boxes have been re
ceived at Harmon# st".
And some new stationery and fancy
goods have been received at the-Herald
Bookstore, among which are the pret
tiest designs in note paper ever brought
to this market. The "Gem," "La
Grande," "Morning Star," -"Little Pets,"
"Little- Princess," are exquisite, the
boxes alone being worth the price asked.
Call soon and get a bupply.
Subscribers in arrears are requested to
come in and settle; the way we want
money is startling. If it does not come
soon something desperate will be the
A good rain fell in this~immediate
section on Wednesday night, and an
immense amount of good will results
Newberry should ' be the banner
county of the State. Go to making
them at once for Thursday. Let every
one hold aloft on that occasion a:banner
with appropriate inscriptions.
Accounts reach us of the big mass
meeting over in Edgefield. May ours
be as successfnl, which it surely will be
if every white man resolves to come
out and do his part.
The best straightout lesson that oould
be given-the Radical meeting on Wed
Making little negro boys fight seems
to be the chief amusement now-a-daysi
The rain on Sunday was quite refresh
m g. -
Some gorgeous transparencies are
being gotten up for Thursday.
Attention is called to the account of
the row in Charleston. If anybody
neds protection down South it is the~
Capt. A.?P. Pifer has returned from
his trip to Virginia.,
We hear that the County Convention.
of the Radical party will be held soon
to nominate a straightout Radical tick
et. We could very well dispense with
that meeting this year.
Evey one should stay and-seeThe
torchlight procession on Thursday nigjht.
The colored- people are wa|ip,
and it will be impossible to keep the
"party" together as closely as hereto
The Y. M[. D. C. met on Monday
night. There was a large attendaice
ad an enthusiastic meeting.
Attention is called to the orders of
Chief Marshal for Thursday.
Nearly thirty bales of new cotton
were sold on Saturday.
The Republican vote in this County
will be split up between the two-factions
of that party.
Every one solid for Hampton anrd
The torchlight procession on Tburs
day will be the grandest pageant ever
witnessed in Newberry.
About fifty bales of new cotton so
far have been brought to this market.
Business i.s reViving at the lower end
of Law Range-the town cart being en
gaged in hauling in more clay.
Wonder if the Commissioners of
Roas ny giving any tilought to tliy
condition of the public roads. Now is
the time, you kno;w, to fill up holes.
New cotton cormes in slowly and
buyers are on the qui vive. It does
one good to see how quickly a new bale
is gobbled up.
Newbervy is famous oni tle goose
down in Amiasoka there is a flock of
frty Qur devil thinks that the reason
Some of the old ones who are in ar
rears are cordilly invited to come and
seftle. We have been running on wind
What holds all the snuff in the world?
No one -nose. The fellow who found
this ont is up to snuff.
Our streets are beginning to present
a lively -appearance-on Friday and
Saturday there was quite a stir.
On Thursday there will be another
stir, but it will be of a different charac
ter. On that occasion the souls of men
will be stirred by a Democratic demon
stration. Souls that are in arms and
eager for the fray.
The authorities at the War Depart
ment in Washington explicitly contra
dict the unpleasant rumor that 20,000
stands of arms had been sent to South
Carolina, adding that not a single gun
should be sent to South Carolina, unless
a United States soldier was also sent to
carry it.-Columbia Register.
PETERsON's LADIES' MAGAZINE for Octo
ber is already to hand, and is always the
ase it is superb in embellishment and gen
eral make-up, while its literary and general
contents are unexceptionable. It is the pet
of its lady subscribers, and those who do not
take it are advised to do so. Subscription ]
only S2. C. J. Peterson, Publisheri 306 Chest
unt street, Philadelphia.
ARRIVALS AT POOL'S HOTEL,
J. W. M. Simmons, T. J. McCrary, C. H.
Saber, Wm. H. Carwile, J. B. Mazyck, City;
E. D. Fouse, B. Earle Seaborn, Charleston;
J. C. Boyd, Jno. D. Green, Jno. J. Hill, At
lanta; Geo. P. Meredith, Clinton; R. V. Gist,
J. P. Kinard, Newberry; J. B. Henry, Green
vil.e; T. T. Brown,W.J. Rogers;Colhmbia;
0. D. Nathans, Philadelphia; Belton Daven
port, Mike Herlong. Jno. Willis, Edgefield;
L. W. C. Blalock, Jas. S. Blalock, Martin's
Depot; Jas. Walker, Boston; F. H. Rahn,
Richmond, B. G. Willis, Cleveland, Tenn.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Sep. 9, 1876.
List of.advertised letters for week ending
Sep. 9, 1876:
Jackson, Walter 'Sena, Samuel E.
Toyner, Geo. Smith, Mrs. Mary E.
MaT~ws, Mrs. J. C. Sparks, Davidc (bol'd)
baffett. Miss Ida.. Walker, James
Ruff, Miss Anna Williams, Mrs. Clara
Ruth, Miss B. (2) Wicker, Nora
P"tia1i4 for letters orill please sq
if osed E . BOONE, P. M.
DIED.. of Diptheria, WILLIAM CHESLEY,
son of 1*ios. W. and Lizzie Davis, aged oiie
year, ten months and eleven days.
W. J. Dffie, Bokseller, Columbia,
rted i ers in el thi1 er
month installment plan~. This is a first
rate chance to procure a good istro
Is it hot strangethat peope run off -after
strange things, when they could do betterat
ome? NeagIy every-man, woman .ad child
n the cotatry knows "Ayer's, Jayne's,
Wright's, Radway's or Tutt's Pills, and very
rew. know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pills;
md yet, we venture gheassertion, that any
me 'biying and usingf' single box of Dr.
lder's Pills, will ne-ver bay one of another
nanufitre. Dr. 5. F.TFant sells themn.
UESTIONS FOR EVERY ONE TO AN
Adda# troubled-with Iedigestion, Uonsti
pation oC.the .,owels, Dyspepsia., sor any
other ditdase'of- thb Liver?-EHave you suffer
ed for years anid found no relief from the use
f medicines? Do-you have a faint appetite,
5i4gy~ogouewith~ feelings 911%0
f'you liave these feelings we know you have
2ot tried the new discovery MERRELL'S
EPA TINE, at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug Store.
t is performing wonderful cures in thli and
all other communities where the people use
it. It is prononced by all the best Liver
Medicine in the world. Two doses will re
ieve the worst case of Dyspepsia or Consti
pation of the Bowels. Each bottle contains
dltyosesand a. teaspoonful,af.this iaedi:
ina winoklasstbtlfweter three timae&a
day for one day, produces a most wonder
(ii change. Where the system Is run
down with the lost of energy and appe
tite, or Dyspepsia, with- all its train of evil,
is effecting its deadly work, this remedy,
EERELL's HEPATINE, never fails to bring
about a speedy and permanent cure. Those
who doubt the,merit and virtues of this medi
cine and live from day to day without try
ing the HEPATINE, have eur sympathy,
but can not be cured unless they take the
NEWEREY, September 12.-Cotton quiet,
at 7a10k. Bales shipped during week 110.
LIvERPOOL, September 11.-Cotton steady
-middling uplands 6 1-16; middling Orlegns
NEW YoRK,September 11.-Cotton steady;
sales@)S,at11 9-16a111. Gold heavy, at1.101..
AbuTSgieIe 11.ton in good~
All sper-sna idebfedEto
the undersigne4 are soligited
o settle tle:same by ithe 1st
day of ~N06vediirnesi No
further ifrnialgee will be
given. . 4. F. JANT.
Sep. 6, 36-tf.
:The undersigned is prepared to do all
kinds of SURVEYiNG with 'accuracy and
Office with Suber & Caldwell, Attgrgeys
F. WERBER, JR.,
Deuty Surveyor for Newberry County.
Aug. 16, 33-6m.
My offce is at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug
Store, where I ean be found during usugI
My rpsidiesc hbsbeen change4 to house
o Calhoun Street, two doors from Presby
A. WALLACE, I P.
CLOHIN AT COST .
.HIG[IT & COPP 0,
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
lffer at and Below Cost !
A large lot of CLOTHING, [HATS and
3110ES, earried over from last Summer.
rhis stock is of good style and q-iality.
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
iamples on exhibition at our store and
Especial atten!ion is called to our
kmong which will be found FINE LINEN
3OSOM 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 $1.33c. each for a
Our stock of
Dassimere and Straw Hats
or this season is worth attention.
Call and examine for you, selves;
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Arr. 19, 16-3m.
pring and SummerlOthing,
JOHN SCOTT & CO
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
We offer to the public LATEST STYLES
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS,
or Men and Youths. GENTS' FUENISH
NG GOODS, FIYE MATS, &c., at lowest liv
In ourMANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
,ill be found A NICE LINE of CLOTHS and
ASSIMERES, for FASHIONABLE SurrINGs.
hese Goods WE WARRANT to be of BEST 31A
EEIAL and GUARA NE TO FIT, -Ialking up
+urselves, oro-dering from selected Sam
~les where preferred.
CUTTING and BEPAIRING done at short
CJOHN SOOTT &CO.
May 10, 19-tf.~ .
The undersigned having this day bought
:he stock of
LOCKS, WATCHES JEWELRY
f the lately Assigned- Estiae of John F.
~ek will continue he buiess .t.t,
reet stock for a limited -i~ A AND
O -W NEWYORK COST EOB AND)
ASHI ONLY. Those desiring BARGAINS
ril please call early;
JOH N O;&Q0LE.
August 15, 1876. . 35-im.
Is now to be:fcund at the store. formerly
ccupied by Joh'n F. Speck, wheit'he will
ittend to.ali business in his line with fideli
:y and dispatch.
g' WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
.ig. 30, 15k-ly. -
By virtue of sundry execution1s to me di
,ected, I will sell, at public outcry, in front.
f the Court House, Newberry County, S.C.,
nthe First Monday in October
l the interest of Dr. J. N. Lindsay in the
olowing tracts of land, to-wit: One tract
inTe Hundred sand, Thirty
Five (935) Acres,
nore or less, and bounded by'lands of Wil
am Langford, G. W. L. Spearmag, Public
Road,. Peter Moon, Williain W. Miller and
Also, the. Home Tract, containing
ne Hundred and Eighty
ore or less, and bounded by Public Road,
. p., S.pearmian, Peter Moon and others.
~Tet'ws of Sate-.lCash2 Pnrhjietto pay
J. J. OARRIMGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Sep. 17 1876.
Sep. 6,:36-4t. - t 12-12.
OT TON TIES.
We are offering the
SPNDo 11R10 KTJ
~uaranteeing their quality, on very favor
OVER-FIFTY iP.R~CENT. CAN BE
SAVED BY USING THEH.
'Orders filled with promptness.
HARLESTON, S.- C,
Aug. 2, 31--2m. .
Round Trip Tickets.
Te South Carolina Railroad will issue
10UN9 TRIP T~ICKETS to New York, via
harleston., from~ this date, at $36. This is
Lhe best and cheapest route to go to the
entennial. S. B. PICKENS,
General Ticket Agent.
Junne 14, 9.4-tf.
Dry Goods, Groceres, Sc.
NEW AND ,AFE DK'Ait URE
WHICH WILL IE S-OLD
REGARDLESS OF COST!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, until a clear
ance is effected, without regard to cost,
Woolen Goods of all kinds,
)llens' and Boys' Clothing, &c.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!
MY STOCK OF
Is full and complete. and will be SOLD
LOW FOR CASH. e
Graniteville Shirting, Sieet
ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted. 150 proof, and- as good am
any oil sold.
FISH AMMONIMATED P90SPHATE.
This justly celebrated Fertilizer has ac
quired a reputation which places it in the
I am prepared to furnish it in any quanti
ties and on the most liberal terms, and will
take pleasure in showing testimonials re
ee from diferentparties Th ha et
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
Have in store their
FALL AND ~IT R STO()
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
In all the various lines, the stock is large
and has been selected with. great care.
Tb;-ladie.e sre-.invitedi io examine our.
asath9ns 6f K
Laces, White Goods,.
CASSIMERES'AND PIECE GOODS
Of all. kinda for gentlemen and youth.
Besides the above we have in store a fine
Hardwa'e and Cutlery,
- Saddles and Bridles,
Trunks of all .kinds,
HEAVY GOODS FOR PLANTATION WEAR,
And many othei- articles which it is need
Tlie' above goods' WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Sep. 22, 38--tf.
sOwing to th scarcty of money the under
tireZ stock to prices which, cannot fail to
please those in search of GOOD goods~ for lit
S Faltnd coigplete.stock of
Always on hand.
Latest no ftegor..in sock
ECRU LACE, LACE TIES, GRENADINE,
ILLUIO PIQUS I ACE M LIS~
styles at 25 cents per yard.
All orders prgqnptly;and carefiUy attend
C. F. JACKSON,.
L EADER. OF LOW.PRICES,
-' COLUMBIA, S. C.
Mi- Send for samples.
May 1st, 1876.18-f
ONE NO. 1
Second Hand Gin.
WE ARE ALso AGENTS P0R
Nk bet & Goodrich Gins
Aug. 80, 85-.lm.
THE BEST IS 'I
THE IMPROVED IRON FRAME
BIM COTTON &IS
The cicapest oil the u1
ket whenl theO qualitv Is
In offering the "BROWN GIN" to our frier
we feel assured that every planter buying on<
Every one sold by us has given entire sat
A list of persons having them in use in Ni
at our Store.
PRICE REDUCED TO $3.25 PER SAW, del
Greenville and Columbia and Laurons Rail R<
. A sample Gin can be seen at our Store, ar
ments, will be made to apDroved purchasers
Any other information cheerfully given b
Order early in order to havb your Gin rea
S. :r. Booz:
AT "BOOZER'S HA
Aug. 2, 31-2m.
.Dry Goods, Root.
DRY GOODS, BOOTS
In accordance with our Semi-Annual custc
most attractive stock of DRY GOODS, HATS
PETS AND MATITNGS, at such prices as ha
. We have bougla within the lastea days fi
New York, S25,000.00 WORTEI OF GOODS,
benefit of. -
Orders from the country always receive ou
The'following'partial price ist will'convin
2 Cises Fancy-Printsfast'colois,....
I Cases Fancy Prints, Madder colors....
10 Cases Fancy Prints, Standard "olors...
2 Cases 4-4 Printed Cambrics.........
2 Cases 4-4 Pacific Gambrics and Lawns.,
- All newveat and bestlbrands Prints..
5 Cases Wamsatta 4-4 Bleached... ...
~6 CasesAndrosdioggin 4-4 Bleahed ..
1 Case Colored Grenaditie Dress Goods..
50 Pieces New Style Dress Goods.......
5 Cases 4-4 White Piqu..... ..... .
The largest stockWoEBoots and Shoes i
Mens' and Womens' Brogans and-Shioes af $1.
2,500 yards Hamburgh Edgings andlInsert
We wilireplenish our Bargain Counters de
better goods for their money than they h'ave el
* No use in grumbling about-hard times wh
ordinary low prices.
Call early and often to'secure Bargains.
. 27' Samples sent by mail when requestec
Express, C. 0. D., FREE OF CHARGE.
MM'CR E ERY, I
ay17,42-ly COL U ME
SPRING OPENING O]l
- -JY AL
Long Coths...-..........fromO a15c.'
Brow Shirtings....fzo68 ar10c.1
Prints............~......from 5 'a10c.
Checkdand Strip'd Homnesp'ns from;6*at2e:
MP AN(D EVERY ARTICL.E KFPT IN A FIRST CrA
8EWING XAiH1I|S, ATTACHkiE8nNTS,
R. & W. C.
DIAGONAL COATS AND
BOYS' SUITS F
-Apr. 19, 16-tf.
186g B IYST, 8. 0. 1No.
.The eighteenth: 'year of this Institution
will open. October 2d. Tuition, Board,
Washing and Fuel, for the Collegiate year,
$77A)..- Music, $52.00. -One-third due-in;
advance. Send for Catalogue.
* ~ J. I. BcONNER, fres.
Due West, S. C., Ag. 15, 187. 34-2m
Til "MORRI GIN"
This GIN~ is still in the market, and after
42 years of trial is pronounced the
BEST IN USE.
Price $3.00 Per Saw,
"HE CHEAPEST !
ids (this the thi d season we have sold them)
will be perlectly satistled with the result of
,wherry and Laurens Counties can be seen
ivered FEE OF FREIGHT at any Depot on
(I liberal arrangements as to time of pay
y applying in person or by letter.
ly for the growing erop.
RD WARE STORtE;"
RY, S. C.
, sioes, carpets.
NG OUT SA
TTiGS, & .T A
I4OVE & CO'S,
IA, S. C.,
Im we will, as above, offec. the,laqMta:4,
NDCAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
,e neier befoi-e been in.hi
om the large Auction an ankrupt - a
rhich we intend to give our cnnnas.Jhe
r special attention.
e you that we mean just what we say.: -
...............at 4 cents per ya'
............at 5} " "
a the city, at 20 cents per pair and $Qwards..
D per pair, worth $1.5
ings atta great sacrisice. ,.
ily, and give our customers more goods apd
er tad.-: , -
m yon can supply your wantis t such exr-.
, and alt-packages over Sl10 inGu sent by
.OVE &, CO.,
IA,; . C
!NE|W DRY GOODSW
r,)FMACI GO0DS, ETC,
.LUMBIA, S. C.a
LCottoa ....... ..fo 2.p
Ja...............;.. .'fr 12c.up.r
Cassimeres...............'fromt 25c, up..
Dress Goods.. ........ ..MstGe
Hosiery, Qioves, etc...........aIall p
885 DEY GOODS5 HOUSE A4T CORRESPONDINGLY
C. .EW .
DES, ILS; 'E!C., ALWAYS '1HND.
SWAFI D ,*
IA S. .
0EM EN ANDB0Y%.
LATEST STYE ET
UM PRIC S..
eyer li Age ai Livlt
CUBES WITHOUT NEDI(EE BIE&
'jeBst Livr egulatorin thieWarIi.
- the wrapper.
- Ask yurd
- ifor Ior
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Sn. e.salon De,CApt 0.lre .7 ,
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en .-ma o e?ei~Y t ofC.0
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