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INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
'T. J. Harring:on-Notice.
Thos. M. Lake-Note Lost.
J. J. Carriogton-Sberiff's Sale.
W. H. Wisenan and J. D. Brace-Go
The Culverwell Medical Co.-A Lecture to
S. P. Boozer-New Crop Red Clover and
L. Q. Fellers and S. L. Fe9ers-Dissolution
MRS. SOPHIA MOWER REDUS
Takes pleasure in informing the ladies
of Newberry that she has returned from
the North with a large and elegant
of latest patterns and fabrics. These
goods are now open and an invitation
is extended to call and examine. Rooms
in rear of the Dry Goods store of
Messrs. McFall & Pool. 41-2t.
The China, Glass and Crockery Store
of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath is in the
same old place, under the Columbia
Hotel, Colombia, and notwithstanding
the pressure of the times keeps up to
i ts old standard of attractiveness. It is,
always'full of thenewest goods and at
prices to suit the pockets of the people.
Ts3 S.F Couxsz.--Aa experience of
near' :n years has sriiciently proven the
strengtU <-f the Piedmont & A- igton, and
the abi! y of i, o'2U,e:s to manage a car
para:'on so emi-nsive and so int -.ately con
nee e a -ue we]'.-being o, ihe wives and
-Yen.' i..s pairons !a e.ery seceAon of
t2e cor . No cimpany ha- so rapid!y
sud sacces1' jI achie ved so promiaent a posi
t:n. By *o!iow:ng .e obvious laws of life
inzoanre,-ca.efa1 selection of 1-:sks, care
ful 'ves;m-ents of -Ands. -zc.)nomy -n ma:
a, reat, Ois Compa:: has cont'ued to
p-o,ger even der g the few years of financial
dis.-ss. By a u'y co3.serva;ive policy saia
ces has been won, and now no t:mptation
to depa-:t .om the safe course will lead it
Dickert's Restaurant is open for the
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clock
or watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-ly
THOMPSON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Depu.v Sur
A splendid chance to get cheap lands
is offered by Messrs. Wiseman &
The Democrats are feeling "more
petter ash goot." The prospects are
brightening every day.
Mr. Thos. M. Lake authorizes us to
say that he is not a candidate for any
office in the coming election..
Mr. J. B. O'N. Holloway was badly
hurt about a week ago in getting off
the train as it was leaving Hope Sta
It doesn't follow becauseOhoge
Republican that an Ohio Republican
goes to the South Carolina Senate from
99 CENTS.-In almost every city of
importance, except Newberry there is
a 99 cent store. Why can't we have
such an institution here?
The streets are in good condition,
the town is quiet and orderly, and
Newberry is decidedly a pleasant place
to behold and to dwell in.
"If the colored people 'of this State
let slip the opportunity of making
Hampton their Governor, they make
the greatest mistake of their lives."
The County Fair of Union will take
place November 1st. The County
Fair of Newberry will take place
some time in the future; time not fixed.
FIRE.-HeZekiah Dickert, a colored
man, had his house and its contents
burned accidentally a few days ago.
He was in town Wednesday soficiting
aid, and was getting on encouragingly.
PaOTR.ACTED MEETING.-On Monday
evening services were commenced in
the Methodist Church which will be
conainued through the week. There
will he preaching morning and eve
WANTED.-A few, good paying sub
scribers are wanted at the HERALD
office, for each of whom the highest
price will be given. They are wanted
immediately, too, and before the 7th of
JALAr.-The Democratic club of
Township No. 5 met at Jalapa Satur
day. Two colored men and one white
man joined. Speeches were made by
C. H. Suber and W. H. Wallace, Esqs.
This club is doing good work.
A PICTURE.-Mr. Wiseman, artist,
flashed his camera at the crowd on
Modyand succeeded in getting a
petty fair picture of the immense
cowd massed in front of the Court
House. Everybody should have a copy
t-o-hantd down to futur-e generations.
A SUGGESTION To0 THE LADIES.-The
Dar bury News says: "This is an ex
citing political campaign. Women, as
well as men, have a duty to perform to
.their country, and they should not
shrink from it. They cannot vote, nor
march in procession, but they can cut
the wood and bring up the coal, and
thus leave the men more time to talk
"The man who bath no music in his
And is not moved with concord of
RADICAL MIEETING A4T NEW
RADICALS AFRAID OF A JOINT DISCUS
At an early hour Monday crowds o
people, white and colored, came pour
ing into town. The Democrats expecte(
there would be a joint discussion; bu
the Radical leaders refused to divid<
time, although they were politely aske(
to do so. The Democrats accepted th<
situation, on the advice of the Demo.
cratic Executive Committee- not to force
a division if it were refused. Auditoi
Taft, of Charleston. first held forth in t
speech of considerable length and ver)
inconsiderable depth. L. Cass Carpen
ter, otherwise known as Chloroform
Carpenter. was put up next, but becaus
somebody chose to ask him a questior
he quit, and so the good people of New
berry lost the great store of wisdorr
that would-be Congressman came tc
impart. Prof. Greener then came for
ward, and yelled and beat the air at a
terrible rate for about a half hour, ther
he retired. Tho Radical meeting then
It had been announced early in the
day that there woull be Democratic
speaking immediately after the Radi
cals should get through, to which all
were invited. The whites and many o!
the blacks stayed to hear the Demoerats.
Fine speeches were made by Aiken,
Lipscomb, Keitt, Y. J. Pope and Samp
There was some excitement during
the day, but no disturbance of any con
sequence. The forbearance of the Demo
crats was remarkable. They came herE
folly e-pecting a joint discussion, f-nd
were naturally .disappointed when it
was refused. knowing that it was foi
no reason but that the infamous carpet
baggers might lie as much as they
pleased without being contradicted.
Not content with refusing to dividc
time, not content with having the whol(
affair to themselves, the Radicals. aftei
having adjourned their meeting, en
deavored to interrupt and did interrupi
the Democrats in theirs, by march'n
by the Court House where the speaking
was going on, with a miserable oh
brass band making all the noise possi
ble. It is a wonder that these disLurber
were not knocked down. and the3
would have been if th)ey had got thei'
desert. The radicals didn't have as finE
a time as they anticipated. They show'
ed by declining to meet speakers fron:
the other party that their cause is s(
rotten and corrupt that it can't beai
handling. Every sort of rascally trici
is resorted to for keeping the coloret
people from hearing the truth fron
the Demnocr'ats. But colored men arn
opening their eyes in spite of thi
attempts of these carpet-bag" polii.iciani
to keep them in the dark. Many 0
them were heard to say Monday thal
they wanted to hear both sides. Taker
altogether, the meeting has done the
Radical pkrty more harm than good.
ATTEMPT TO BREAK UP A DEMOCRATI(
After the Radicals had adjourne4
their mneei-ing Thursday, and the Demo
crats began theirs, some infamous Radi
cal leaders attempted to break lip th<
Democratic meeting. Tom Keitt hire<
the colored Brass Band for five dollari
to march by the crowd at the Cour
House, with the express purpose of dis
turbing the meeting. These fellow
and the Band may thank their stars tha
the last oce of them didn't have hi
head broken. That kind of thing won
do. They had better not try it again
The Democrats have stood as much a
they can stand.
It is due to Henry Goode, one of thi
Band, to say that he refused to tak,
any part in the affair.
AN OUTRAGE.-We are informe<
that a fiendish outrage was perpetrate<
on a young white lady living near Lit
te Mountain, in this County, by a part:
of black fiends one night last weeli
They went to the house for the purpos
of robbing the lady's brother, who wa
known to have money, but who wa
absent at the time. The negroes wer
five in number. Three entered th
house in front, and two in rear,,the latte
each of them violating the lady. Tb
next night a party of young .me:
watched for their return in hope c
catching them. They did return, br
only to set the barn on fire, when the
DEATHS.-We record with soLrroi
the following deaths by Diptheria dt
ring the past week:
T wo children of Mr. Pickens Stevens
and one the only child of Mr. Joh
Lng, in the neighborhood of Dea
Mr. John Sligh, living near Pros
perity, has also lost two children, an
in the same neighborhood, Mr. Enlo,
has lost one child. We regret to kno'
that in these sections this dreadful di:
ease is wide-spread.
The colored people couldn't be kej
away from democratic clubs by lies, t
persuasion, nor by threats. So tU
carpet-baggers are trying the effects<
a radical brass band. That, too, fail
John Robinson's big circus is comin
this way. Suppose, Messrs. Carpe
baggers, you lease the concern, ar
give free admission every Tuesdn
night. Either do that, or give up tU
game. Nothing short of that will ai
sern our purpose.
- DEMOCRATIC CLUB -NO 1, TOWN
SHIP NO. 1.
A ROUSING MEETING!
f Music bath charms to draw a crowd;
and it did draw a tremendous crowd
into Temperance Hall the night of the
10th, when Club No. 1 held its weekly
meeting. Much credit is due to the
Silver Cornet Band for the splendid
manner in which they performed their
part of the programme; they contributed
largely towards making the meeting a
C. H. Suber. Esq., was called out for
a speech by the united voices-of both
white and colored. He responded in
a speech full of earnestness and truth.
He showed to the colored people how
their political rights are secured by the
Constitution of the United States and
of South Carolina. He urged them to
exercise their rights-their right to
think for themselves, to act for them
selves, and to vote for whom they
pleased, as honest, reasonable men
looking to the welfare and prosperity
of our common State, and closed by
telling the colored people that if they
let slip this opportunity of making
Hampton their Governor they make
the greatest mistake of their lives.
Nothing truer was ever uttered; and
coming with so much seriousness from
such a source, it will be respected and
considered by those to whom it was
Y. J. Pope. nominee for the Legis
lature, was next called out. He refer
red to the pledges made by Chamber
lain and his associates here and else
where in 1868-pledges to provide free
schools, and land at low prices, for the
colored people, and showed how the
Land Commission has been a cheat and
a swindle, and free schools a miser
able failure, because the radical officialq
who manipulated the funds stole them
before they reached the objects for
which they were appropriated. While
Mr. Pope was speaking, the Radical
band "struck up" near by, with the in
tention *of withdrawing the colored
citizens from the hall. It didn't suc
ceed worth a cent; but it gave ouT
- nominee for Probate Judge, Sampson
Pope, Esq.,. an excellent opportunity tc
expose this Radical trick, which he did
very forcibly. He told them that the
carpet-baggers and their followers were
afraid for them to hear the truth.
In reply to repeated calls,. Mr. Thos.
S. Moorman rose. In opposing Chain
berlain, he -said, we oppose a man of
wonderful political sagacity; one whc
would not scruple at any measures,
however corrupt, or base, or cruel, that
looked to his personal aggrandizement;
one who would give one hand to
white man and the other to a colored
man, and lead them both to ruin and
death while he would walk on his way
to his own self-advancement, with hi:
cold, calm faice and unfeeling heart.
Sampson Thomas responded to re
peated calls in a good, sensihle speech
One point he made was very effective:
Sin referring to the carpet-baggers he
said that they go only to those counties
Iin which the colored people are in th4
-majority; they go only for office; the)
- get office only by deluding and mis
leading the colored majority. Can any
i hody beat that as a logical -argument
We think not.
t Harry B. Scott was called on. Said
- he came to hear, and asked to be ex
cused from speaking. Mathew Gra;
t was also called on, but owing* to the
lateness of the hour, did not respond.
t The speeches were all calm, digni
-fed and earnest. The attention giver
S by ll present was such as to indicatt
good results in the very near future.
3 The following resolutions were unani
mously adopted by the club:
1st. That the letter of Gov. Chamn
berla'n to Col. Haskell is a vile slandel
upon the people of this State.
2nd. That when Gov Chamberlau
says that the Democratic party are re
sponsible for all the lawvlessness an<
Sterrorism that exists in the State, b<
maliciously and knowingly utters tha
which is false.
3d. That while we entertain due re
s spect for the Gubernatorial office, w<
s also entertain the most unqualified con
e tempt for the man who fills it.
e This club meets every Tuesday night
r Their meetings are open, and all citi
e zens of both colors and both parties
a invited to attend.
t CURE FOR NEURALGIA.-We havy
y always believed that there is a remned;
for every disease under the sun, an<
that the world has only to grow oli
V enough to find it out. The followini
t- cure of a most painful attack of neural
gia is related by a gentleman who ha
i, been a life-long sufferer: A few night
n since, on his way home, and while sul
d fering dreadfully, he was called on b;
a policeman to help in the arrest of:
-- negro, which he did. The resistane
d on the part of the negro was violen1
,v and in the effort to free himself hi
, caught the other's hand between bi
3- teeth aid bit him severely. In an ii
stant ali.pain in the head left him, an
from that time till the present has nc
tt returned. It is a simple remedy, an
Ythe afflicted can try it. It must be
colored mad's bite, remember.
3 The company of U. S. soldiers o
g duty here consists of thirty-two mer
t- under the command of Capt. R.]I
d Bates, with J. H. Todd as Lieutenant
These officers are gentle,men of charac
e ter and culture. They have alread
1- many friends among the best citizen
of Newberry, and will, no doubt, mak
mnyoe during their stay here. W~
ABOUT THE ToWN AND COUNTY.
The weather-fruitful topic.
Heavy frost Monday and Tuesday
in some~places ice formed.
A good sign-the carpet-baggers are
getting awfully mad.
Help those who help you; give your
preference to democrats.
Velvet will be the fashionable ma
terial for bonnets. It is so cheap.
The were mention of Gen. Wade
Hampton's name arouses enthusiasm.
Verv little new under the Sun . of:
Except that some of our subscribers
are coming in like good fellows.
The resolutions adopted by Club No.
1 express the indignIation of an out
Polities are a little warm; but every
body is in good humor, except the car
The candidates were all in town on
Thursday morning and were particu
larly bright and hopeful.
The speeches on Tuesday night were
more to the point than they have ever
been-Chamberlain caused it.
Chamberlain does not represent the
great Republican party-but that por
tion of it known as the black sheep.
It was a scurvy, dirty trick, the beat
ing of that drum on last Tuesday night
by - the rads. It was a failure, how
To those who are still out in the cold,
an affectionate invitation is given to
come in and warm. We are in cold
To avoid a blow-up similar te that of
last Winter, Harmon is about erecting
a brick-iue and will do away with that
upper tier of stove pipes.
There is a cotton buyer in town who
is geUing so fat and saucy on fried
chicken and tripe that he will have to
be hooped to keep from bursLing.
The Club meeting on last Tuesday
night was the biggest and most enthu
siastic of the campaign. Chamberlain's
war measure has warmed up the Dem
This is what he said: "Times are
so very hard now-it's so plaguey diffi
cult to get along that no man oan't af
ford to keep a dog and take a newspa
A lady says it is no worse to encircle
a lady's waist with your arm in a ball
room than to kiss your friend's sister
on the back stairs. No worse ! Why,
it is not half so good.
They don't like this way of having
two tickets in the same county; they
prefer a quiet and peaceable canvass,
with only one ticket in the field-pro
vided, always, nevertheless, that they
ire the Licket.
It is said that the grave man who is
sien, thoughtful.nand self-possessed un
der very trying circumstances, will fre
quently break out and swear in ten'dif
fes ent~languages at a sight of the eol
lector of printers', bills.
Nobody likes to be nobody; but eve
rybody is pleased to think himself
somebody. .And everybody is some
body; but when anybody thinks him
self somebody, he generally,.thinks evr
erybody else is nobody..
Men of enterprise do not take do.wn
their signs because business sb6uld
grow a little dull, and there is more
reason that their advertisements should
appear in a paper of large. circuation,
which is seen and read by all ladies
The radical party tried to make a
diversion by beating a' drum on the
outside while the meeting was in pro
gress. But they did not divert worth a
cent. The colored men inside stuck to
the meeting until it was over, and
showed that they had opinions of their
FoB THE HERALD.
Clubs are Trumnps.
BETHEL ACADEMY, NEWBERRY CouNTY,
October 15th, 1876.
MRt. EDITOR-As this is th" first time
I have ever attempted to write for the
public, I hope-you will correct all mis
-takes. First, it would be well to inform
the reader where Bethel Academy is
located. It is situated about sixteen
miles south of Newberry C. H., lying
midway between Gradack's and Holly's
etiry onSaluda river, .about two and a
half miles fro.m each ferry. The coun
-try around is - what might be termed
poor pmney woods land, hardly fit for
anything save stock range, yet the peo
tple are generalli good livers, and the
whites and blacks live very agreeably.
-and -it is thought will roll up a large
majority for Tilden and Hampton on
-the seventh of November next. The
citizens of Bethel Academy met last
Saedav afternoon and oiganized a
Democratic club; the club numbers a
large portion of the best citizens of this
section, and high hopes are entertained
of increasing its numbers. It will as
sume the name and title of Club No. 3
aof Township No. 9.
So Mr. Editor, you see the work of
Sthoroughly organizing is going on down
in the Piney Woods as well as in the
Supper part of the County. The citizens
Sdown here are all ablaze for Tilden for
President and Hampton for Governor,
and the County nominees. And now
Sfor fear of wearying you and your
5readers I will close for tbis time.
J. C. B.
NZwBERR-r, S. C., Oct. 14. 1876.
Li.4t of advertised letter~s for week endin~g
SBoyd, Rev. J. C-. Gilliam, Sallie T.
eBeard, MrN. M. A. Hatton, Wmn.
Butler, Nelson Mitchell, Mary (col'd)
SBrighton, Mrs. Reese, Martha M.
Brown, W. H. IRenig, Charles
Hardy, Miss Josie H. !Rutherford,ReV. Thos.
(1Cofeld, J. A. 'Sheppard, B. W.
Edwards, Dalis .-Suber, J. N.
Dicert, W. A. -Taylor, Prof'. Jno.
dDonahue, James Wilson, H. C.
Parties calling for let ;ers will please say
iadvertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M1.
To Shake, or not to Shake ?
Aye, that is the question. Is it better to
quiver from head to foot in the paroxysmns
I,of fever and ague, or to banish the atrocious
disease by a course of that standard anti
febrile remedy, Hostetter's Bitters. There
cannot be much doubt as to the response of
the malaria-stricken to this inquiry. _From
every locality on this continent whose inbab
iants are tormented with the shiverimg
plague comes an increasing demand for the
only genuine preventive and eradicant of
emalaria provided by science. The denizens
'of fever and atgue districts well -know bow
utterly inadequate to do more than give a
We republish below, from the
News & Courier, an amusing story
founded on fact, told by Gen. Ker
shaw in his speech lately deivered
at Marion. However, we must re
spectfully protest that our friend
and townsman. who is known from
the Atlantic to the Pacific, shall be
called -Old Chris ;' especially as
he still treads the path of single
wretchedness. Though not clean
past his youth he bath some smack
of age in him-some relish of the
saltness of time ; but is not blasted
with -antiquity and should not be
written down old. His store of
anecdotes is, inexhaustible-his
flow of wit and humor is perennial,
and we trust his days may be e
measurably long. We hope he may
flourish in perpetual youth. The
story .as the General tells it is
"During the first portion of the t1
war the commissary department t
had furnished one A tent to eve,y C
five men, but as the campaign p--o.
ceeded and the wagon trains were s
cut down, orders were given froA
headquarte .s that only one A teat
should be provided for .every fiV t
teen ren. AA the menc had had ti
considerable "diffidulty in getting
five men in a tent before it became C
a matter of concern among them
how fifteen men were to get in.
Afi.er some consultation the matter
was refe red to old Chris. Suber,
of Newbery, to decide how the
thing was to be done. Chris. drew
a diagram of an A tent open in
front, and on theffoor were stretch
ed five men, on the top of these
were four men, on the top of these E
were three men, on the top of
these were two men, and on the
top of all was one man. Of course, u
the expressions of the men's faces
became more agonized as they
neared the bottom. And, in ex
hibition of feelings, the diagram
represen'.ed the bottom row with
faces 'sto ted as if v'th great suf
feiing. Row No. 2 were also rep- 9
?ese-ated with count; nances by no f
means seraphic, nor were row
No. 3 mun- becter; each row, how
ever, look.ng a little more comfoA
table than those beneath. The
for _h row, which conan two men,
were somewhat comfortable, and on
the top of all was the one fellow,,
sleeping as peacefully as an infant.
Now, said Gen. Kershaw, the bot
oin man represents the white peo-|
ple ofI South Carolina; the next row
repiesents the common field darkie;
the :-next row represents the town
darkie ; in the next row comes the
scalawag, and on top of all, sweetly
smiling, as he comfortably snoozes,
is td immaculate carpet-bagger.
This little anecdote was told
ith * d ry humor peculiar to the.
eieral, and was received with
rounds of laughter by both whites
a - I:atest News.
Gov. Chamberlain has made written
ajplicatio'n to the authorities at Wash
ington for more troops. The consid
e-ition of the matter was fixed for the
17th, -yesterday. It is thought that the
first:step will.be an executive procla
mation foi- the disbandment of illegally
armed men in South Carolina, and
then subsequent steps may be taken
which will bring the State upon the
verge of martial law.
On 10th inst., at the residence of the bride's
father, by Rev.'C. T. Scaife, Mr. J. S. 3. Su
BER, of ~Newberry, and Miss ELLa M. ROB
INsON, of Union C. H.
SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not strange that people run off after
strange things, when they could do better at
ome? Nearly every man, woman and child
in the country knows Ayer's, Jayne's,
Wright's, Radway's or ratt's Pills, and very
few know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pills;
and yet, we venture -the assertion, that any
one buying and using a single box of Dr.
Gilder's Pills, will never buy one of another
manufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells them.
QUESTIONS FOR EVERY ONE 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 years and found no relief from the use
of medicines? Do you have a faint appetite,
and are you troubled with feelings of languor?
If you have these feelings we know you have
not tried the new discovery MERRELL'S
HEPATINE, at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug Store.
It is performing wonderful cures in this and
all other communities where 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
fifty doses, and a teaspoonful of this medi
cine in a wvineglass?al of water three times a
day for one day, produces a most wonder
ful change. Where the system is run
down with the lost of energy and appe
tite,-or D~yspepsia, with all its train of evil,
is effecting its deadly work, this remedy,
MERRELL'S iiEPATINE, 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
ig the HEPATINE, have our sympathy,
but can not be cared un:ess they take the
NEWBERRY, October 17 -The price of cot
ton is unchanged-rul ing at close from 91 to
91. Bales shipped 1,085.
COLuMBIA. October 16.-ottou steady
LIVERPOOL, October 16.- Cotton steady
middling uplands 5 15-16; middling Orleans
NEW YORK, October 16.-Cotton quiet and
steady; sales 1,650, at 10ja11 1-16. Gold
steady, at 1.091a1.09*
-BALTIMoaE, October 16.-Cotton dull
AUvenTA, October 16.-Cotton steady and
ii fair demand-middling 91.
CH ARLEsTON, October 16.-Cotton steady
~ v ii IWAmflT
Jnprecedentedly Low Prices!
iRIGHT & COPPOCK
Respectfully anniounce to the citizens of
ewberry that they have now in store a!,
legant and cheap stock of
LOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS,
hich embraces a large variety of the
ATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS IN
UITS, which they can sell at lower prices
an ever before offered in this market, and
)-which they now invite attention.
They make a specialty in FINE CLOTH
OATS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHIRTS,
;c., an examination of which is only neces
ry to convince any one of the difference
i prices between this season and the last.
HATS for men and boys of all styles and
rades, together with FINE GAITERS
ND SHOES at prices which defy compe
Call and make an examination before
urebasing elesewbere, and see if you
nnot save money. -
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Mo. 4 Mollohon Bow.
Oct. 4, 40-tf.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By virtuc of the power and authority in
s vested by a Mortgage executed to M.
arre, during his life time, on the 4th day
f April, A. 1) 1870, by B. F. Griffin, Sr.,
e will sell, at public outcry, at Newberry
. H., S. C.,
)n Sale-Day, the 6th Day of .No
'hat Tract of Land of the said B. F. Grif.
in, situate in said County, containina
Four Hundred and Thirty
nore or less, and bounded by lands of F.
Wheeler, L. L. Young, B. F. Griffin, Jr.,
To be .cold in separate tracts, plats o
hich will be exhibited at sale.
TERMS.-One-third cash, or more il pur
:haser desires to pay it; balance on credi:
>f one and two years, with interest frorr
lay of sale at 10 per cent. per annum, anc
,o be secured by bond and mortgage of the
>remises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. J. BARRE, Executrix,
J- A. BERLY, Executor,
Of the Will of M. Barre, dec'd.
Oct. 11, 41-4t.
BTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Newton F. Johnson, bath madi
mit to me, to grant him Letters ot Admin.
stration of the Estate and effects of Marga
-et C. Chupp, deceased.
These are.theief'ore to cite and admonisi
il and singular, the kindred and creditor:
f the said deceased, that they be an<
ppear, before -me, in the Court of Probate
o be held at Newberry Court House, S
1, on the 27th day of October next, afte:
ublication hereof, at 11 o'cloak in the
orenoon, to shew cause,.if any they have
&hv the said Administra'tion should not bi
ra'nted. Given under my Hand, this 9t1
lay ot October, Anno Domini, 1876.
JAMES C. LEAHY, J. i'. N. C.
Oct. 11, 41-2t.
A)EE S. HOWELL. B. HEBEE SCEEVEN
HOWELL & SCR EVEN,
iOTOR8 AND CO9fISION ERWIIN8
CHARLESTON, S. C.
gr Solicit consignments of Cotton, Nava:
tores and Rice. Oct. 11, 41-3m.
COME AND SEE
SImins' Star Seed Planter and
I will take pleasure in shoring it, an<
elieve I can sell you one. Drills cottor
yeautifully and will save you labor al
bhrough the season. Puts your guan<
lown in any quantity desired. Plants cort
1, 2, 3 or 4 feet apart, also peas. Drill:
my small grain, wheat, rice, &c. Band 01
nachine will not run off. Coverers cove:
plendidly. No casting about the Planter
ny ordinary mechanic can make them
This machine will save the labor of orn
riorse and two hands.
Apply for terms to
L. R. MARSHALL,
* State Agent.
N. B.-Agents wanted in every Cour ty
Mar. 15, 11-tf.
0 COOKIN 8TO0E
NOW IN STOCK!
A good assortment of
H E ATINC STOV ES
o hand, and more to arrive soon.
A large lot of
made up under my own eye. All of whicl
will be sold cheap at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I
done at short notice and reasonable prices
Special attention given to
ROOFING ANB GUJTTERING
Sep. 27, 39-tf. W. T. WRIGH T.
The cadersigned have formed a co-part
nership as Druggists in the Town of Pros
perity, and solicit a portion of the pubbi
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS
Will be kept constantly on hand, which wi]
be sold as cheap as can be bought any
where in the county.
Filled with accuracy at all hours of tha
night or day. KIBLER & McFALL.
Prosperity, S. C., Sept. 27, 1876.
Oct 4, 40-.3m.
STOVES! STOVES!! 81
K8 E EINI3
Have just received and are contins
COOKINC AND H1
Among others can be found the FARMER,
are made of the best material, heavy cast expr<
We also keep on band a larie stock of
WARE, in fact everything that is usually
JOB WORK A
Such as REPAIRING, ROOFING,
' All work executed with despatci and
Oct. 11, 41-t.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Se.
GOODS AT LOW PRICES
AND IN LARGE VARIETY.
Have now in store, and are offering at
UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES, a
well selected stock of FALL and W\IN'ER
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Which are complete in all their lines, and
embrace every article needed by the ladies
in DRESS GOODS. TRIMMINGS, &e, or
by gentlemen in PIECE GOODS, UNDER
That our assortment in the above is
large and superior and cheap, only needs
an examination to prove.
JEANS AND WOOLEN GOODS, HOME
SPUNS, SHEETINGS, BLANKETS, in
In addition to above we take plea-sure in
calling attention to our superior stock of
HEAVY PLANTATION GOOOS,
HAR'DWARE an-l CUTLERY,
SADDLES and BRIDLES, and
TRUNKS of all kinds.
In short our stock is full and complete,
andi with prices so low that we feel coafi
dent in giving satisfaction.
P. W. & R. S.'CHICRi.
Oct. 11, 41-tt.
NEW AND SAFE DEPARTURE
WHICH WILLE BE SOLD
REGAR,DLESS 01F0OST !
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, iantil a clear
ance is effected, without regard to cost,
Woolen Goods of all kinds,
CASSIM ER ES,
Mens' and Boys' Clothing, &c.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!
MY STOCK OF
Is full an.d complete, and will be SOLD
-LOW FOR CASH.
Graniteville Shirting, Sheet
ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted 150 proof, and as good as
any oil sold.
M IDDL ETON'S
FISH AMMIONIATED PHOSPHATE.
Thdis yutctiobrated Fertilizer hir ace
haemos prared to furnish it in any quanti
tak leas ure in sstwing ttestimonials r
ceived from different parties who have used
Feb. 23, 8-tf
One Hundred and
Fifty Bushels of AM
BER WHE AT, and
One Hundred Bushels
of WHITE WHEAT.
1For Sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
Sep. 27, 39-tf.
A11. perons 'indebted to
____ ~ L~TIRtON
Ily adding to their large stock of
DEXTER and KENTUCKIAN, all f which
wh for the Southern Trade.
PLAIN, PRESSED and JAPANNED TIN
kept in a FIRST CLASS STOVE and TIN
SPE C IA L TY,
GUTERING, SPOUTING, &c.
James C. Hill.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
In pursuance of an order issued from the
Court of Common Pleas for Newberry
Gounty, signed by Hon. L. C. Northrop,
Circuit Judge, on the 17th May, 1876, in
the above stated action, i will sell, at New
berry Court House,
On the 1st Monday in November
between the usual hours' of sale, to the
highest bidder, the following Real Estate,
All that tract or plantation of land lying
and being-situated in the County and State
aforesaid, oa watersof Mudlick and waters
of Little River, containing
Nine Hundred and Fifty
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Thomas J. Lipscomb on the North, Robert
Atc bison -and James Workman on the Eas,
11rs. Golding and J. D. Pitts on the South,
and on the West by other lands of myself
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
J. J. CARRIN GTON, S. N. C.
Oct. 11. 41- 4t. -1t6
George Brown and Thompson Young,
Ex'ors of Robert Carmichael, dec'd,
Win. W. Davis, Trustee, &c., et. aL, Do-.
- er dants.
Fore'closure of Mortgage.
In pursuance of an order issued from the
Gourt of sCommon Pleas for Newberry
County, signed by the Hon.. L. 0. or- -
thiropr, Circuit Judge, on -the 17tb Mi
1876, in the above stated action, I will selle
at Newberry Court House,
On the First Mon iday in November
between the usual hours ofs sale, to the -
highest. bidder, the following -described
Real Estate, to-wit:
All that tract of land, with the ap'purte
nances, situate in the County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, containing
Thirty-Nine and One -Half
more or less, bounded by lands of Win.
Lester, Henry S. Boozer and others.
Terms Cash. Purchasei to pay- for -par'
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. 0.
Oct. 11, 41-4t. fl6
* Dowie & Moise,
J. A. Simpson.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Commron Pleas tor Newberry County,, sign
ed by his Honor, M. Moses, Circuit Judge,a
on the 6th April, 1875, in the above stated
case, I will sell,
On the First Monday in November
the following Real 1.st.ate, to wit:
All my un.divided half interest in that
LOT or PARCEL of LAND, lying and- be
ing situated in the Town of Prosperity, in
the County of Newberry, and State of
South Carolina, fronting on Broad street
25 feet, and running back at right angles
same width, 80 feet, and is bounded by
lands of J. M. Kibler, lot No. 15, and by
aid street ; the same being the Lot con
reved to me, the said J. A. Simpson and
Jacob G. Counts, by J. M. Kibler, by deed
bearing date July 24th, 1875.
Terms Gash. Purchaser to pay for pa
prJOHNY J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Oct. 11, 41-4t. f14
SHERIFF'S SA LE.
David HI. Werts, Adm'r.,
Laur t F. Richardson and-others.
By virtue of an order from the Probate
Court, for Ne wberry ( ounty, passed in the
a e:v st-ned caSe, I will sell, at public auc
ion, at Newberry Court House,
On the First Monday in November
the Real Estate of which Hiram R. Wicker,
di.d seizeri and possessed, consisting of
Fifty -Four and One-Half
mcre or les situ ted in said County, and
boun ded by lands of J. D. Wedaman. lands
of Estate of H. Boinest and lands belong
ing to Estate of' F. J. Ree'der, to the high
est bidder, for cash.
Tin. purchatse money to be paid to the
Judge of Probate for said Conasy. The.
purchaser to pay for papers. -,
J. J.. CARIN~GTOH & N.
Oct. 11, 41--4't1
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