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Special and Local.
INDSX TO Nzw ADVERTISEMENTS.
L, -rder Long-Notice.
Mann & Co.-What Pays?
A-!)y Iat Pool's Stable;-Strayed.
C C. & A. R. R -Change of Schedule.
W C. & A. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
Wafsh & Wright-Chronicle & Sentinel.
SPECIAL 1OTICE.-Business n
tices in this local colunn are inserted
the rate of 15 cents per line each inse
ObIturies, notices of meetings. cov
munications relating to personal inte
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charge
as regular advertisements at $1 p
To get the worth of yonr mone,
go to Dickert's Restaurant, opposi
Pooj'. Hotel. Fresh Oysters every da;
One lot of FANCY CuPS and VASE
of fine grade will be sold for a limite
time at and beloweost at
JOHN 0. PEOPLES',
Nov. 22, 1876-1m.
Don't "Go Weit, Young Man"
Dickert sells "Plantations" for 5 cent
The -lace to get bargains in Crock
ery. China, Glass and any other kin
of ware used in the household, is a
Messrs. Kingsland & H-ath's store, ii
Coltimbia, under the Columbia Hotel
The stock is large, and so various tb
every taste and necessity can be sup
plied. Look in and examine when i
the city, or send.orders which will b
satisfactorily filled. 43-tf.
When Edward Scoltz repairs your clocl
or wi.ch it is warranted for oae year Tr.
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1y
Tuo3asoN, Dentist, over Phifer's Store.
A NoBiE MAN GONE.-Mr. Y. J
Harrington died last Wednesday night o
Typhoid Fever at the residence of hi
brother-in-law, Col. T. J. Lipscomb
He had been sick about two weeks, bu
was i-onfined to his bed only a few days
His death cast a gloom over the who]<
community; for his fine character an<
noble qualities had made him univer
sally beloved. His friends had pre
dicted for him a successful and honora
ble career at the Bar, he having alread:
obtained an enviahle position in the
profession for one of his age. Mr. Har
rington was 25 years of age. He was
a grandson of the distinguished Joht
Belton O'Neall, whom he resembled ir
E'ilalie, youngest daughter of Mr
Thos. F. Greneker, died last Saturdat
of Croup, at the age of nineteen months
She was a remarkably bright and in.
telligent child, the light and the joy ol
the household. While the hearts of the
parents are bowed down with grief
there is a blessed consolation in the as
surance that the little one has escaped
the ills and the sorrows of this present
world, and is now safely at rest in the
Eternal City. "Of such is the Kingdom~
of Heaven." . .W.
An infant chiid of Mr. Wmn. M. Ki
nard died of Diphtheria last Sunday.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deput.y Sur.
CO'rroN.-.869 bales of ceotton were
shipped from Ne wherry during the
month of November.
AMnTY LODGE, No. 87, A. F. M.--Al
the regular meeting of this Lodge held
December 4th, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
Jno. O. Peoples, W. . M.-.
Jno. R. Thompson, J.- W.-.
L.XM. Speers, Treasurer.
Junlus E. Chapman, Secretary.
Life is short, but we shiould do all we can
to prolong it. Check a cough or cold al
once and useiun old reliable remedy such as
Dr. Bell's Coik Symup.
Eva~ns irosw-ell have sent us a sam
pIe copy of a certificate for colored
Democratic voters. It is beautifully
designed and executed and bears a fine
likeness of Gen. Wade Hampton on its
face. They are furnished at the rate ol
one package of twenty-five cards for
$1, four packages for $3, and one thou.
sand cards for $20. The card can be
seen at this office.
PERSONAL.-OUr artist Wiseman left
here on Tuesday morning last for a
business trip to the distant State of Ar
Gen. A. C. Garlington, of Atlanta,
spent a few days of last week in our
Mr. W. L. Wingate, commercial
traveller for the popular drug house
of Messrs. A. C. Meyer & Co., of Bal
timore, dropped in on us last week, and
left an ad. We found him a pleasant
Lt. W. A. Miller, of Maj. Stewart's
command, called at this office on Satur
day last. He was on the wing prepared
to t ake part in the next battle, when
ever and wherever it takes place.
GIVE- YOUR CHILD A PAPER.--An
exchange very appropriately says that
a child beginning to read becomes dle
lighted with a newspaper, because it
reads of names and things which are
famniliar, and it will progr ess according
ly. A newspaper, in one year, is worth
a quarter's schooling to a child. Every
father must consider that information is
connected with advancement. The mo
ther of a family, being one of its heatd,
a haing- more immediate cbaroe of
AnourT iii: Tows AND CO.NTY.
The weather-it never fails.
Plenty of rain last week,
Followed by the regular supply of
The muddiest crossings in wet weath
er are those leading from Mollohon
across to M-aves and Martin's and to
the UII.-m ottice.
Granite step blocks on these cross
ings would be a great improvement.
Mollohon -tor(s Nos. 5. 4 and 3 are
much "hoped up" since the new pave
ment has been finished. The proprie
tors of that property deserve praise, as
well as the builder, Mr. Leland Speers.
It is hoped that the rest of the block
will be improved in the same"way.
W. H. Thomas from Newberry was
selected as Chairman of the Committee
on Privileges and Elections in the bo- I
gas House of Representatives.
S A great many people were in town
d last week to hear the news from Co
There were several Young men in
town Thmsday from the neighborhood
of Martin's Depot.
Farmers along the line of the Lau
rens Railroad fad it very convenient to
jump aboard the train and come down
to the city. As the wagon roads are d
getting very bad the railroad will be
likely to get a good deal of cotton to
The "bull%tin board" has had a pop- 0
t ultr run of 28 days. It draws better
than a theatre.
A little boy in town told his mother
they had a "bully tin board " down f
Rev. W. H. Strickland, of Darling- t(
ton, preached in the Baptist Church
Thursday night. C
Oar merchants who have the big t
glass doors to their stores these cold
days are bappy.
f'There were a great many people in
town Monday. About 300 men went S
down to Columbia on a special train- it
t the Fair opened down there yesterday, %
The Sheriff sold only a small portion h1
of the propert.a:ivertised; the remain- e
ing sales were postponed to the 1st
Monday in January. it
The -Churches on Sunday were well ~
attend-d, notwithstanding the political
Money is fearfully scarce, and yet
cotton is up a little. Why is it? Why
don't the people pay it out where due?
Do not forget that subscriptions to
the HIERAI>D are now in ceder. Every
body should take the county paper, you
Some very pretty books for children
at the HER~AU Book Store. As Christ- .
mas is coming it is wvell to know where bi
to find them.
Hampton hats, Hampton cravats, t(2
Hampton books-everything is Hamp- gj
ton. 'Rah for Hampton. o
A small drove of hogs found buyers h<
here last week slowly at 7 cents. se
The next lot to arrive it is said will sI
be offered at 6 1-2. Half a cent on a
bog--why make a. fass over that?- T
we'd just as soon pay 7 cents at once W
than to make ehange. And yet o~
Sausage is rated at 25 cents per lb_ r:i
and mixed with goodness knows what
kinds of meat.
Those who have fortunately beenC
able to buy hogs and have indulged in
ribs, bones, puddings and sausage, look h
down. upon their poorer neighbors.
The Sta'te Fair commenees to-d'ay, m
the 5th, and it is expected that half of
Newberry will attend. Everybody 95
ought to go who can. h
Office-seekers are thick as blackher- th
ries in spring time. in Columbia. We al
hope Newberry is not represented-.a
A few marriages are in contempla- bc
tion in the town and county. It is N
hoped the parties will not forget to c
send largely of cake-the printers get
huingry about this season of the year. et
Mr. Jacob Singley, of Prosperity. m
was in town one day last week. As HI
this is an unusual occurrence it is pre- P~
uieted more gr-afto will be laid. t
A white partridge was shot by Mr.
J1. Fred Schumnpert lately. It is a beau
tifurl bird and can be seenl by the curi
ous at Mr. J. O. Peoples' store.
Next door to Mr. Peoples' something i
else can be seen and. unikie the bird,
can be boug'ht. We allude to some
very choice bratnds of cigars kep)t by h
Mr. W. 1H. Dickert. A ppetizing meals
are also furni-hed by him a any and
all hours of the day and far into the t
A package was received at this oficee it,
lately directed to Gunker, and another cc
to Gankle. No douUbt the superserip- m
tions were spelled by school conmis- ar
sioniers -The paickages were accepted. w
The man who fell into Bush River at
ree'ntly has again commenced angling pt
--the last haul he made was four tre- it.
mendous sneker's. or red horse. th
The exchange fiend is still at large. dh
A majority of exebange borrowers
Ialways ask for' thle patper that has just h~
been loaned out; but it sometimes hap- gi
Ipens that i' has not been taken-in that to
case it is usualiv at the very bottom of or
a two or three wecek's pile of papers, an
d n ttkstet iue ofn t l
at tkes twent miintes the findett
oat Thasdaynigh c wase then coydest
oof lsastn winer Te thanrany ee
rido atwne.Tetemm t
makd1oe.aov eo tcn
markied 1 C(d. abvzeoItcn
If you want to see perfect human
happiness, look at a school boy wrest
ling with a big slice of potatoe pie.
Chamberlain ought to be ashamed
ll the white people of the State, with
the exception of the radical office-hold
ars, are opposed to him, and besides.
Ihe hetter class of the colored people
ire deserting him; and yet he holds on
like grim death to a dead darkie.
A two-horse buggy turned the corner
.apidly towards the Post Office a few
lays ago to the demoralization of fotir
nules and their riders. One colored
iian just in the act of mounting was
-onsiderahly bruised. His first idea
vas that the government had burst.
A colored woman who heard that
vith the election of Hampton ever.
bing would he plentiful and cheap.
vas sadly non-plussed when her em
)oyer got out of wood and everybod.
n the neighborhood was in the same
trait. She found the reason in the
act that though Hampton was elected,
lie rads would not let go their hold.
Somebody suggests that only such
>ersons as can show certificates of ba%
ag paid for the preached gospel be al
>wed to enter the various houses of
rorship, and that Grant he requested
> order Gen. Rdger to place a file
f soldiers with fixed bavonets at the
oors of the churches. We don't know
ow this will work, but we are of the
pinion that no man or woman can en
y.religious worship when they get -it
The Clerk of Board of County Con-i
iissioners requests publication of the
The County Treasurer is alone able
> furnish the information as to the col
ttions from the various sources .ndi
ited. The Commissioners make" no
>lections,and obtain all their informa
on in relation thereto from the Treas
To AMATEUR SINGIST.-A patriotic
rvian has-translated "Yankee Doodle"
ito his native tongue as follows, and
e take pleasure in presenting it to our
usical readers, in the hope of soon
aring it rendered. We trust, how
-er. no one will attempt it in the heigh
)rhood of the HERALD office. Here T
nghiaovi.th Dhood2iiovit-ki camerowsk
Ridingeler.sk onovitch peneolowdosk;
ukorelskeuo ftueatheromouk inter his hato- c
Adensk colladarovosk macharonitovenski! c
HOMICIDE IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
bout 3 A. M. Thursday, Mr. B. F.
imple, living at the Havird place.
re miles beyond Bouknight's Ferry, t
tot and killed his brother-in-law. -
oglass. Douglass had been trea'ing
s wife badly, and she went to her
other's house for protection. He foI
wed her thither, and was attempting
breatk into the house when Sampler
ot him. Sample is a peaceable, in
rensive man, and it is supposed that
must have killed Douglass either in
lf-defence Qr to protect the life of his e
The same day Scurry Coleman killed P
ial Justice David Taylor. Taylor
as a very bad character. He was run
it of this county before the war for his
A SPEAKING LIKENESS.-In the gal- A
ry of Mr. WV. Curtis Taylor, No. 914
mestnuit street, is a fine portrait of his E
rellency Governor Hartranft, which B
tsjust been completed by Mr. AlbeitD
Lerry. It is 42 by 56 inches. life-size,E
id three-quarters length. The Gover- E
r is in the act, apparently, of step- E
ng forward; in his left hand being
s hat, and his right hand is thrust into
e breast of his coat, whic-h is buttoned -A
. There is a notable warmth of color
out the picture; it is spirited and
Ild, and stands out from the canvas. ci
Sone who has ever seen the Governor u
uld fatil at once to detect the likeness. iz
Mr. Guerry has on his easel, nearly (
mpleted, a portrait the same size, but 8
a sitting posture, of the Rev. Dr. i(
.A. Broadman, which has been as
inted with the view of placing it in I,
e Assembhly Room of the Presbyterian i
ard of Publication
(Philadelphia inquirer. o
Poverty, it is said, is no disgrace, but
many cases it is exceedingly incon
nient. In our case it has be en a 8
urce of fun. The office boasts of a. b
nerannuated stove, wvith a door whose 'it
nges no longer serve the purpose or
inally intended. It is placed carefully
position every time the devil gets
rough putting in fuel, and when in G
aeeC looks all right, but it is far from m
and every now and then some chap
mes in who is afflicted with the comn
on e~akness of liking to stir the fire,
d not being acquainted with the
akness of the door. seizes the poker, a
d expecting some little resistance
its some muscle into the effort to open"
To his suriprise the first touch brings di
e door down with a slam bang, and
e unucky visitor with the weakness
ops the poker, with the feeling that in
has done daimage. But the fun
OWS mnonotonouis, and we would like th
either repair the stove or get a newc
, andl( if delinquent subscribers and
vertisers will only come in and set- T
we c.F ant do git -n. wa ansm
rkS enite Farls ~ifor the Peopae."scon
nting muc 'Palsal ifor matiPopn. cand
Di muc.h; malbe Tnfrati on rand
LOy jn~eres:ing articles. It :ilso con rains a cit
FOR THE HERALD.
MR. EDITOR:-We have made in thi
county an honest effort at the polls fo
reform and good government, an(
though unsuccessful, we should not bt
disheartened, but prove that we ar(
worthy of freedom, by availing ourselve
->f all the legal means at our comman'
for freeing onrelves from the corrup
and designing men, who, by the on.
scrupulous use of office and its pre
rogatives, are again to be placed ir
authority over us. One- safeguard o
office left us is that the. office-holdez
shall file a proper bond prior to enter
ing his office. But the present set o:
oounty officers,just declared tilected irn
Newberry, incompetent, corrupt anc
anscrupulous as they are, if enabled tc
ile proper bonds, will become office
holders for the ensuing two years.
With one accord the property owners
in the late election voted against these
men; by their votes they expressed
their opinion as to their fitness for office.
Now, in the name of our State, pros
trate in the very dust as she is, we ap
peal to our citizens, one and all, that
they no more, by the us'e of their names,
2nable this corrupt crew to enter upon
>fficial life again. Men of Newberry,
rou have stood nobly shoulder to shoul
ler in our late struggle with corruption,
rice and misrule; stand firmly, solidly
low. Let no tempter's offer of a share
)f the spoils wrong from your robbed
md cheated State, your defenceless
ieighbors and friends, lead you astray.
irour State, your County, your family.
wour own interest, yea, your own good
inme, demand that you stand squarely
ip for the right. The man who voted
br Hampton and reform, and will now
LHOW his name to go upon the bond of
mny one of the County officials, who at
he point of the bayonet are thrust upon
is, deserves what? Let his own cofi
cience picture to him his punishment,
vhen in after life -his ears will ring
vith the echo of the outraged voice of
people that shall have branded him
znd his children's children in burning
vords of scorn.
In times past, it has been our evil lot
o have officials with straw bonds-and
Iso to endure that good men amongst
s should thoughtlessly allow thir
ames upon such bonds, and thu,i le
,alize the acts of base and dishonest
aen. But it is to be hoped-that all this
a ended, and that the era of fraud and
orruption has passed away. This Cir
nit now has a Solicitor, the present
oents of the Grand Jury will. be heed
d, and all official bonids must bear hon
st scrutiny, and the names upon such
onds the public must and shall know.
Lnd now to one and all who have or
re now allowing the use of their names
> keep in power and place any of the
ampire crew who are sucking our life
k>od away, we cntreat you go not one
rep farther with these corrupt office
olers. This day, this hour have done
rith them, Do this, and we shall see
romnptly, but peaceably and quietly,
uis tainted mass of reeking corruption,
-omn its own loathsome weight, sink out
f sight. And this foul blot upon the
ivilization of the South will fade .away
nder the.genial rays of returning pros
erity and peace. -- M.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Dec. 2. 1876
Li.st of advertised letters for week ending
e. 2, 1876:
dams. Tthos- H. .Henderson,Jno (col'd)
.brams, W. T. Jenkins, Richard
Ibritton, E. T. Mathis, J. C.
llston, Edward Mayfield, Melinda
obb, W. M Nelson, E. R.
rown, Charlie 1Pallocks, Ausbonner
rown, Jss. H. Ray, E. H.
ug, Ligah Scott. James
r,unts, Simeon ISease, Mary E.
errv, Henry Setcher, Mary
onald, W. . Stewart, Alexander
rahamn, J B. Terrill, R. F.
ale, James M. . Wicker, Jeff
eigs, Mr. tWright, Cornelia
Parties calling for letters will please say
advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. MI.
Valuable Medical Treatise.l
The edition for 1877 of the sterling Medicas
nnual, known as Hostetter's Almanac, i
>W rea,dy, and may be obtained, free o
ist, of druggists and general country deal
-s in Ill parts of the United States and
ritieb America, and indeed in every civil
ed portion of the Western Hemisphere. It
>mbines, with the sounde.st practical advice
ir the preservation and restoration of health,
large amount of interesting and amusing
ght reading, and the calendar, astronom
a! calculations, chronological items, &c.,
-e prepared with great care, and will be
unnd entirely accurate. Thze issue of Hos
:tter's Almanac for 1877 will probably be
te largest edition of a medical work ever
a blished in any country. The proprietors,
essrs. Hostetter & Smith, Pittsburg, Pa.,
2 receipt of a two cent stamp, will forward
copy by mail to any person who cannot
rocure one in his own neighborhood.
SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not strange that people run off after
range tbings, when they could do better at
ime ? Nearly every man, wo4n and child
Sthe country knows Ayer's, Jayne's,
Iright's, Radway's or ratt's Pills, and very
w know Dr. Jas. L Gilder's Liver Pills;
id yet, we ventare the assertion, that any
ie buying and using a single box of Dr.
ilder's Pills, will never buy one of another
anufacture. Dr. S. F. Fanut sells them.
The Hon. Alexander H. Stevens says:
ruie Globe Flower Congh Syrup has proven
most valuable remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith. of Georgia, says:
[ shall always use it with perfect confi
mec, a'nd recommend it to the public as a
mnedy which will afford that satisfaction
:perienced by me and mine. It excels
-erything for coughs, colds and obstinate
Ex-Gov Brown, of Ga , says:-"He finds
e GI.be Flower Cough Syrup a most ex
Such endorsement by our great and good
en deserves the attention of the afflicted.
ise suffering from coughs, colds and lung
fections should use the Globe Flower Cough
trup. It will positively cure consumption.
For sate bv S. F. FANT d@-tf.
NEWBERRY, December 5.-Slight decline
cotton since last report-marklet this week
r>.ing at 101 for best grades. Bales shipped
- ,: r~r
Drugs & Fancy articles.
LAMPS, DRUGS, &C.,
We beg to call the attention of the pub
lie to the LARGEST and HANDS0OMEST
t BRONZE ANO GLASS LAMPS
- ever exhibited in Newberry, which we are
selling at fi;-ures to correspond with the
depressed tinies. To any one in search of
nice LAMPS we invite a caretul inspection
of odr stock, as we will save you money.
Our stock of
is fresh and co'ipleie, eibracing all the
I new aud elega'at. prepatations. which we
will SELL AT UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW
We offer a full line of choice
CIQAS" AND TOBACCO,
Our 5c. Cigar is superb. Also,
Wines, Brandies and Liquors
that cannot be excelled in any niarket.
NO. 1 ALADDIN SECURITY OIL, EXTRA
KEROSENE AND OTHER STANDARD
compounded at all hours during day and
night by senior partner, -who occupies
rooms above %fr. Peoples' Jewelry Store,
next door to Drug Store.
PELHAM & IULAI.
Nov. 1, 44-tf.
Greenville. Columbia e R.
FAiR OE THE
OF SOUTH CABOLIA.
TO BE LD AT COLUIMIA, & Q. DECEM
BER 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS Will be sold at
all Regular Stations froTwFR[DAY, the, 1t
to WEDNESDAY, the 6t.-b.th dates inclu
sive, at the following rates, good for ten days
From Aiston.......... .....$1 00
Pomaria..............;,s......- 130 2
Salada Old Town. .. .......2 40
-Chappell's................. 2 60
Ninety-Six................ 3 00
New Market......... ...... 3 30
Greenwood...............3 40 .
Hodges'.................. .3 75
Abbeville................. 4 25
Honea Path... ...,..4 35
Passengers taking or leaving trains at Sta
tions where no rnckets are solfd will pay regu
lar fare to or from nearest Station at which
return tickets arc sold, as Conductors are not
authorized to collect speciali rates.
Articles intended for exhibition will be
transported at regular tariff rates; and when
returned to place from whence originally
shipped, and by party shipping or exhibit
ing, freight money:will be refunded.
JABSZ NORTON, Ja., Genei-al Ticket Agt.
Nov. 29, 48-2t.
I will apply to the Court of Probate for
Newberry County, on the 29th day of De
cember next, for a final discharge as Guar
dian of Mary C. Kibler.
JOHN F. KIBLER,
Guardian Mary C. Buzhardt.
November 27, 1876-48-4t*
We, the undersigned citizens of Maybin
ton Township, hereby prohibit all persons
from hunting, fishing or otherwise trespass
ing- upon our lands. Persons found so
trespassing will be dealt with according to
W. B. Oxner, Mrs W. E. Ruff,
A. Gordon, M. Raily,
W. D. Hardy, Jno. Henderson,
J i. Henderson, B. P.. Aughtry,
E. H. Whitner, B. H. MaybiD, -
W. C.:Eison, H. C. Cannon,
Mrs. A. W. Allen, .Mrs. H. S. Hodges,
J. V. Lyles, ID. A. Thomas,
J. L. Lyles, | Jno. Thomas, .
Mrs. M. A. Sims, ]Mrs. E. D. Chick.
Nov. 29, 48-3L*
I will apply for a final discharge as Guar
diani of the Estate of Charlton Cromier, to
the Count of Probate for Newberry County,
on the 30th day of December, 1876.
G. A. SETZLER,
Guardian of' Charlton Cromer.
N ov. 2-2, 1876-48-4t*
BACON, APPLES, '
CABBAGE, POTATOES, &c..
Oo BARRELS choice Northern apples,
2 cossigof Baldwin, Northern
ery 1Detroit Reds, 20-ounce~ Pippins, &c.
150 barrels Northern Irish Potatoes.
100 barrels. splected Northern Cabbage.
Soi barrels Northern Onions.
10,000) lbs. Dry Salt Sides.]
25 tierces Hams.
100 kegs tubs and bucket.s Leaf Lard.
50 packages selected Goshen Butter.
100 boxes Oreamn anid Factory Cheese.
100 barrels, -} barrels and.akits Mackerel.
150 sacks of Fine and Coarse Salt.
50 sacks Rio Coffee.
100 barrels Family Flour.
100o boxes Family soap.
Barrels Sugar House Syrup, Extra C and
C Sugar, reams Straw Paper, cases Oysters,
Sardines, Pickles, Lobsters, Peaches, Toma
toes, boxes Soda Crackers, Gingers, Lemon
Craickers, Centennial and Imperial Crackers,
Starch, Soda, Candles and Pipes, boxes J
Prize Candy and Assorted Stick Candy,
boxes Lemons, boxes Chewing Tobacco,
cas'os Jelly, cases Bitters, Rice, Bagging
and Ties, &c., &c.
The~ above stock is all fresh, having just ~
Prices guaranteed as low as Charleston
C. J. LAUREY,
Nov. 22, 47-3m. Columbia, S. C.
- W.V i~ ~ ft ~ ri V~ A
Notice of Executors'
Pursuant to the requircments of the Will
of Michael Sheel, dedeased, we will sell all
the lands of which he died seized mt,d pos
sessed, in the County of Newberry, S. C.,
at his late residence,
On Thursday, the 21st Day of De
beginning at 11 o'clock, A. M., to-wit:
The "HOME PLACE," containing
. 361 ACRES.
more or less, bonded 'by Sa:nda- river,
lands of George Wise, Sarah Ann 6heely,
Nancy Derrick, H. J. Long, Hezeki6h Ful
mer, and ataers. This place has good im
The "DERRICK PLACE," containing
more or less, bounded by lands of the Es
tate of George Bowers, D Harris, Estate of
John Fulmier, Estate of George Derrick, de
ceased, Jesse H. Long, and waters of the
Fifty Acres of Land,
adjoining lands of Y . Pope and others,
in Edgefield County. This tract is desira
ble in connection with the Home Tract, as
it entitles the owner to the use of the range
in Edgefield County, on the Saluda river
about Holly's Ferry.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third in cash;
and the-balance on a credit of one and two
years, with interest from the day of sale,
secured by a bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of the premises. Purchasers to
pay for papers.
YOUNG JOHN POPE,
ASA F. LANGFORD,
As Exe'eutors of.the-last Will of Michael
Shely, dee'd.1- -
NOTICE OF SALE.
We Will sell the TAN-YARD of the late
firm of Sheely & Derrick, consisting of
mQr oiess, whereo# are locaedalt ,2
Buildings aiid Vats necessary to the busi
ness ot Tanning, at the late residence of
Michael Sheely, deceased,
On Thursday, the 21st Day of De
on the fol7owing terms:
One-third in cash; and the balance on a
credit of twelve month., with intereat from
the day of sale,. ecured by the bond of. the,
purehaser and a mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
WM.- C. DERRICK,
As Survivor of Sheen & Derrick.
YOUNG JOHN POPES .
ASA F. LANGFORD,
As Executors of the last'Wil-of Michael
Nov. 21st, 1876-48-4t.
The undersigned hatve formed a co-part-.
nership as Druggists in the Town of Pros.
perity, and solicit a portion of the public
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS -
Will be kept constantly on hiand, which will
be sold as cheap as. can bd bought any
where in the county.
Filled with atccuracy at all hours of the
night or ay. KIBLJER & MlcFALL.
Prosperity, 5. 0., Sept. fl 1876.
Oct. 4, 4Q-3m.
NOW IN STOCK!
.A good assortment of
on hand, and more to arrive soon.
A large lot of
made up under my own eye. All of which I
will be sold cheap at
WBOL ESALE AND RETAIL !
d.one at short notice and re3sonable prices.4
Special attention given to
ROOFING ANB GUJTTERING !
Sep. 27, $9-tf- W. T. WRIGHT.
I am keeping constantly on hand the
BEST NORFOLK OYSTERS, ~
tnd I am selling them as low ats any to be
Oruers from the up-country solicited and
3romptly attended to, when accompanied
ay the cash.
JOHN D. BATEMANS
COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Nov. 22, 47-im.
d,Vick's Floral Guide,
Sbeautiful Quarterly Journal, finely ilinstra
:,and containing an elegant colored Flow
~r Plate with the first number. Price on ly
5S cents fo'r the year. The first No. for 1877 1
aot issued in German and English.v
Vick's Flower & Vegetable Garden, in pa
~er 50 cents;. with elegant cloth covers $1O..
Vick's Catalogue-300 Illustrations, only
cents. Address, JAMES VICK, a
Nov. 29, 48-tf Rochester, N. Y.
Flower and Vegetable Garden
s the most beautiful work of the kind in the
vorld. It contains nearly 150 pages, hum- a
Ireds of fine illustrations, and six Chromoe
'lares of Flowers, beautiful-ly drawn and col
>red from nature. Price 50 cents in paper
overs; $1.00 in elegant cloth. Printed in 12
lerman and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents a
Vick's Catalogue-300 Illustrations, only 2a
ents. Address. JAMES VICK,
Nov. 29, 48-tf' Rochester, N. Y.
plower and Vegetable Seeds
tre planted by a million people in America.
Vick's Catalogue-300 Illustrations, only 2
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents a
V':k's Flower and Vegetable Garden,560
ents; with elegan t cloth covers $1.00.
All my publications are printed in English
d German. Address, JA MES VICK,
Nov. 29, 48-tf. Rocester, N. Y. a
Iiustrated Pried Catalogue,
Fifty na~res-300 Illdatrationa. with De
Dry Goods X Mniieri
VISITORS TO COLUMBIA
EITHER BEFORE, DURING OR AFTER
Are invited to inspect my stock of
0rj Goods, Millinery, &c
with the assurance that they will find my
prices as low as any in the city.
' J. H., KINARD.
Nov. 22, 47-Im.
HIMPTON IND IiffOR1
As Carolina expected every one of her
sons to do their duty, and vote for hones,
and upright men for office. so every fimily
expects its respective head to do his dwiy,
and:particahly when he buys Dry Goods,
Notions, &c. And to discharge that- duty
faitlfuillv he must seek the place -to buy
goods AT THE LOWEST PRICES. That
place. is at
_ . J I C I S O N ' S ,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
COLL!MBI A, S..C.
Always on hand every kind of goods
usually found in a first-class DRY GUOD.
HOUSE. Every department full, and prices
AS. LOW AS THE LOWEST. Give n* a
trial and be convinced. Send for samples
mnd get your goods che.1p. Freright paid
on all bills amounting to $10.00 and over.
C. F. JACKSON,
SAIN STREET, - - - COLUMBIA, S. C.
Nov. 8, 45-tf.
Dry Goods Groceries, Rc.
LNGE INAtIED STOCh
. - FUR
FALL AND WINTER.
Pic'es to Suit the lim s!
Respectfully calli attention to his large
td complete assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS and CALIC01 S
af beautiful patterns.
WIHITE GOODS, of all kinds.
DOMESTICS, in large variety.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JE ANS.
HOSIERY, H ANDKERCHIEFS.
BLANKETS,. &e., &c.
CL OT HING,
For Men and Boys.
BOOTS, SHOES1 HATS AND CAPS,
And many other articles too numierou,
Warranted 150 -proof, as good as any
~ISH AMMIOMATED PHOSPilATE.
I return thanks to my friends and the
~ublie generally, for the very liberal pat o:
ge bestowed on me in the past, and re
pectfully solicit a continuacce of the same.
rith the assurance that every satisf;ction
ill be given. M. FOOT.
Nov. 1, 44-tf.
00OD AT LOW1PRICE
AND IN LARGE VARIETV.
Have now in store, and are offering at
NPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES, a
rell selected stock of FALL and WINTER
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
'Vhich are complete in all their lines, and
mbrace every article needed by the~ ladies$
aDRESS GOODS. TRIMMINGS, &c-, 0r
y gentlemen in PIECE GOODS, UNDER
That our assortment in the above is
irge and superior and cheap, only needs
n examination to prove.
JE ANS AND WOOLEN GOODS, UOME
PUNS, SH EETINGS, BLANKETS, in
In addition to above we take pleasure in
lling attention to our superior stock of
HEAVY PLANTATION GOODS,
CARDWARE an-i CUTLERY,
SALPDLES and BRIDLES, and
TRUNKS of all kinds.
In short our stock is full and complete,
ri-i with prices so low that we feel corfi
enL in giving satisfaction. .
.P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Oct. 11, 41-t..
upreceten-edly Low Pries!
~1RIGH & 0OI1PIJ
Respct fully announce to thescitzens of
Ne%dberry that they have now in'store'ap
elegaitt and cheap stock of
CLOTHING FOR MEN ab -
-vibch emhraces a large variety of -the
L ITEST STYLES AND PATTERt4 IN
SUITS, which they can sell,at lowe'r
h;Ii -ever before offered in this
to wh.ch they now invite a;teticI-r?
Th.y make a specialty in FINE CLOTH
'O*A TS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHIEs,
&c., an examination of which is only eces
;ary to convince any one of the dimena
pr.es between this season and the 1as
H ATS for men and bqys of aft styUes4n
Zrades, together with FINE GAITEM
AND SHOES at prices which dey co"e '
Call .and make an examination before
plirchasing elesewhere, and see -if jom
cannot save money.
WHIGHUT & (8Il .
No.' 4 Mollokw lRea
Oct. 4, 40-tf
STATIONERV IND: INU
The following are among many of the awr
ticles to be found at the HERALD BO9
Blank Books, of all kinds.
Sunday School Books.
Bibles and Hymn Books.
Copy Books. .
Bristol Boardpand Perforated Paper
Gold and Silver Papers.
TVis~sue Paper, different colors.
Base Balls, Dominoes, Chessmen and
Backgammon Boards. .
Blotting Paper in Pads and Sheets.
Portfolios, Writing Desks, Stereoscopes
E bony Rulers. Pen Backs, Chromos.
Pens, Pen Holders, Brasers, Sealing WAX
iudia Ink. - -
Slates and Pencils, Chalk Crayons.
Paper Weights. Indelible Ink.
Ink Stands in Variety. -
Inks-Davids', Arnold's and Peerlesse
black. blue and crimson.
Letter. Note, Foolscap, Legal: Cp, R
and sermon Paper. .
All kinds Fancy Note Paper,>!t _
elegant boxes. -- __
Letter and Photograph Albums.
Envelopes o~f all kinds.
Peucil*-black, blue and-red.Cap a
Pencils, &c,- Crpns
FOR TH LITTLE FOLU
Toy Blocks, Paints and Card amas.
Toy Books in large variety, from i d~
IIalCf Hours with the Bible, scripture sto
Golden Light Series-scrpurl-hand
A unt Oddamadods Series-the very thing
for little ones.
Besides many others.
Call Up-stairs, over Harmon's Store, and
examine. Nov. 1,~44-t.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office over Harmon's Store, adjoining
IIE R.aLD Office. Oct. 26, 48-i
.\l ofile is at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug
a ore, where I can be found during usual
My residence has been changed to house
n Galhoun Street, two doors from Presby
A. WALLACE, K. D.
Aug. 30, 35-tf.
JAMES Y. CULBREATEg
Attorney at Law,
Wi!l practice in the Courts of Newbergy
tfnd Edg field.
Ohlle over store of A. M. Bowers & Co.
N E WBE RRY, 6. C.
Dec.. 22, 52-ly.
The udelr,ittnd is prepared to do ali
i1ds of SURVEYING with accuracy sad
me nitb Suber & Caldweli, Attorneys
F. WERBER, Jr.,
De pey Surv~eyov for New berry County.
Piano and Family Or
gan For Sale.
I have a good secoDd-hand Piano for
-ale, like.wise one of Est.e's Family Organs,
worth $l2.00, both of which I willsell
verv~ inw. Call soon and examine. I vin
r.-;:in here for only a short time ; thats
,'it:. tv of having' Nanos and Organs tuned
or rep-dred should make early applicatios.
A i1 woerk guaranteed.
Nor. 1, 44-tf.
AlII nersons indehtd t