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Special and. Local.
INDBX TO NEW ADVYTISEMENTS.
M. Foot-Piano for Sale.
James J. Reeder-Notice.
James C. Leaby-Citation.
C. F. Jackson-Bargain Job Lots.
McCreerg & Brother-Dry Goods, Carpet
Kingsland & Heath-Crockery, Glasswar
.J. D. Cash-A Word to the Wise is S fl
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business nt
tices in this local column are inserted i
the rate of 15 cents per line each inseo
Obituaries, notices of meetings, con
munications relating to personal inte2
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charge
as regular advertisements at $1 pe
Notices of administration, and othe
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of r
. spect and notices of meetings, as well a
communications of a personal characte
must be paid for in advance.
The subscription price of the Heral
is $2.50 for twelve months, $1.25 for si
months, 75 cents for three months an
25 cents for one montk, in advanc
Names in future will not be placed o
the subscription books until the cash c
its equivalent is paid.
To clubs of twenty names, (the ente
list to be brought in at one time), the pc
per will be furnished at $2 each. Clul
of ten, $2.25 each. The cash must a<
NO EXCUSE FOR BEING SICK.
No person can use BOSCHEE'S GE
mANK SYRUP without getting immediat
relief and cure. We have the first cas
of Coughs, Colds or Consumption, c
any disease of the Throat and Lung
yet to hear from that has not been curec
We have distributed every year, fc
three years, over 250,000 Sample Bottle
by Druggists in all parts of the Unite
States. No other Manufacturer of Med
cines ever gave their preparation
such a test as this. Go to your Drug
gists - and get a botti
for 75 cents and try it-Two doses wi
relieve you. Sample Bottles 10 ceni
each. Jan 10, 2-3m.eow.
When Edward Scholtz repairs your cloe
or watch it is warranted for one year. Tr
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1y
THoMPsos(, Dentist, over Phifer's Store,
see card of F. Werber, Jr., Deput 5n
Sweet Cider, just received by J. F. Todd.
- Much obliged to Mr. Harrison I:
Stockman for the present of some fin
apples grown in his own orchard.
HmTr.rr.-The health of the tow:
and county is remarkably good. Th
doctors look gloomy.
- - THE ROADS.-Persons coming il
from the country say the roads are il
a dreadful condition.
MOORE AND BURN~S.-Mr. Henr
Burns has bought Mr. L. C. Moore
stock, and holds forth at the same plac
Mr. M. occupied.
A GOOD CHANCE FOR A BErrIST.
Peter Oliver, colored, says he will be
any man $50 that Chamberlain will b
the Governor of South Carolina.
BARBEROUS.-The barbers in tow
have very properly determined to kee
their saloons closed during Sundays
They will keep open Saturday night
till 12 o'clock.
PENrrENTIAR.-In Georgia the cot
victs make $25,000 a year for the State
The convicts in South Carolina cost th
State between $60,000 and $80,000
year for their support.
PIANO FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers for sale an eigi:
octave PIANO in good order, cheap fc
cash. Any one desiring a bargain wi
.do well to call.early. M. FOOT.
SEVEN-UP.-Two colored men, Noa
McKenzie and Harry Hampton were ui
before the Coneil on Monday for gatt
bhing Saturday night. McKenzie w
fined $1.00 or two days' work on tb
streets; Hampton, $5.00 or ten days
work on the streets.
Corruption in our National affairs he
the same effect on the Government th:
a severe cough or cold has upon th
human system. Political reform in tb
former and Dr. Bull's Cough Syrupi
the latter case will remedy the evil:
At the druggist's 25 cents.
"OUT ON THE Frx."-The prisonei
who broke jail at this place on the nigi
of the 13th instant, are still at large
They are Doc. Nance, Ruff Paysinge
and Charles~ Whitener; the former we
confined on the charge of horse-stea
ing, and the two latter for resisting th~
P authority of the Town Council.
A NEW PAET.-Dr. Joseph M<
Morries, of Newberry, has just obtaine
a patent for a new Hypodermic Syringt
that is said to be a great improvemer
on anything of the kind hitherto inven
ed. The needle, which is worked b
means of a spring, pierces the skin an
injects- the morphine at the same ir
stant, without causing any pain. W~
are not doctor enough to give a moi
definite description of the instrumen
We advise the readers of the HERALI
one and all, and especially the ladie
to read the advertisement of McCreei
A SOLEMN W?Aexr\(.-To whom i
may concern: An old bachelor froze to
death in his bed in Connecticut the
FALL IN MOLASSES.-While Dr. Thos.
Brown's wagon was driving up the hill
in front of Mann's store Wednesday a
barrel containing twenty-five gallom
e of molasses rolled out the hind part of
- the body. Both heads of the barrel
burst, and wasted the sweetness in the
The saintly visage of the sainted
Thomas is occasionally seen on the
streets, to the great and ineffable joy of
his admiring constituents. Zach Chan
dler ought to have him in Washington:
he could tell how to settle the Presiden
tial trouble-just pass "an act supple
menting the Constitution," and all
r would be right.
s A NEW CHURCH.-The denomination
r known as Christians are fitting up the
second story of the Masonic Hall for the
d purpose of holding regular services
x there. Rev. Mr. Lamar, of Augusta,
d and bther Christian ministers will
. preach for them occasionally. There
z will be services next Sunday morning,
r and regularly thereafter. Their com
munion service is held every Sunday.
e They expect soon to open a Sunday
school in connection with the church.
s Newberry is fortunate; she may be
called the town of churches-she has
now nine, seven white and two colored.
- All things have their times and sea
sons, but we make an exception as to
the things kept in store by those very
e popular dealers, Messrs. Kingsland &
e Heath, of Columbia. They have goods
r which are always in season, and which,
when seen, always purchased. Their
stock is varied, extensive and of the
very best, and if one wants China, Glass,
s Crockery, Stone, Wood, Tin or Iron
Ware that is the place where one or
i the other or all can be obtained, and at
s prices to suit the hard times. Remem
ber the place: - Under the Columbia
Hotel, Columbia. 4-tf.
We have often heard that by putting
this and that together of two things
bearing relation to each other, that a
k better understanding could be had where
any doubt existed. C. F. Jackson must
have had this in mind when he cogitated
as to the best way to catch trade. It
did not take him long to think, either,
that by putting this and that together
of a great variety of goods, in what is
known as job lots, he might have lots of
trade and make a good job of it too.
He did so, it paid; he does so, it pays;
he intends to do so to the end of the
chapter and expects to build up a busi
ness and reputation equal to that of A.
T. Stewart. See his advertisement.
REP'ORTED FOR THE HERALD :-The
black guards, assisted by U. S. soldiers,
still hold the fort-the State House. A
colored Republican called on Chamber
lain's Treasurer to pay his tax. He had
figured it up to be about $1.25, but
Treasurer Darling asked for twice that
amount, as the government needed
money badly. An indignant protest
was made by the tax-payer, after which
- he cussed and went for Darling; the
t latter in turn went for a policeman, and
policeman took the unwilling tax-payer
to his Honor the Mayor as a breake-r of
the peace, who fined him $40, or its
equivalent in jail. With quivering lips
he unequivocally says he will vote for
-Hampton next time. Agnes, the ham
and coffee caterer of the G. & C. depot
in Columbia, is not as cheerful now
as formerly, trade being very dull.
Stork's oysters are better, cheaper and
more of them than at any other eating
house in the city. This is all the news
ain Columbia at present.
THAT FANCY TEAM,-We have been
presumptuous enough to think that the
it HERALD'S information in point of accu
e racy excelled that of "old reliability,
1 but we find latterly that we are not so
absolutely correct after all. The de
moralization of the times has had its
effect on the HERALD as well as on
1common folks-and we acknowledge
Pthat we may sometimes err, and did sc
- quite recently in saying that the fanei
s fully decorated team of fat, well-fed
mules which came from Boston, in this
'county, were the property of Mr. Jas.
Reeder. We take it all back and are
pleased to state that the team belongs
sto Warren Chambers-wagon, mules,
Lt decorations and all. We knew that
eformerly Mr. Reeder was the owner,
e and supposed that such was still the
2case; but Warren has sent in a red hot
'dispatch denying it, and with $2.50 for
a twelve months' subscription says the
s~ boot must be changed to the other leg.
t Mr. Reeder is only the supervi'sor, with
, the privilege of feeding the mules.
MORE CO1TON STEALING.-Saturday
S morning, about daylight, three negroes,
1- Abe and Mack Boyce and Joe Glasgow,
came into town with a bale of cotton tc
sell. On account of the early hour it
was suspected that there was something
wrong. The parties perceiving this,
took to flight, leavmng the cotton and
wagon at the depot. Chief of Police
Gaillard pursued, firing one shot at Abe,
but missed. The following facts wvere
dafterwards ascertained: The negroes
borrowed the wagon and team from
Circuit Williams, who lives near Hlel
ee en, for the ostensible purpose of haul
Sing corn. Friday night they went tc
the cotton-house of Mr. Jas. W. Wil
, ams, at Williams' Store, near Chap.
~, pel's Depot, tore up a plank in th(
y floor oned the door and took out s
GOING FOR TE EATABLES.
thieves made another raid upon
Market one night last week. TI
broke open the door of Mr. Stockm
stall with a crowbar. Fortunately ]
S. was sleeping that night in his st
and, being roused by the noise, sea:
the thieves away before they succee<
in getting anything.
PERSONAL.-Sampson Pope, E
left Newberry for Texas last week.
C. P. Pelham, Esq., Editor of the I
lumbia Register, spent several days
last week in our city. We wish
Register many subscribers and mi
success; for it is certainly a very liv
and newsy daily-and Mr. Pelh
knows how to fix up the editorials.
FARM NOTES.-The farmers say
bor was never so abundant befo
Most farmers have already secured
many hands as they want, and thi
are still many colored people seeki
homes. A gentleman told us the ot]
day he had had applicants enough
run a forty-horse farm.
Small grain is looking well, thou
rather backward. Oats sown late
October and early in November 1
The average price paid for labor
about $80 a year and board.
Those who give part of the crop, g'
one-third of the corn, and, in regard
cotton, generally follow the suggestic
made by the Central Labor Reform j
MR. HOLLOWAY'S COTTON.-Th]
colored men were arrested Tuesday,16
charged with the stealing of three ba
of Mr. Holloway's cotton at Poma
the night of the 11th instant, of wh'
mention was made last week. 'I
names of the parties are Reuben Ri
Jacob Eichelberger and Wm. Grei
Green was released on his own recog
zance, the evidence against him bei
slight, and the other two were bou
over for their appearance at the n<
term of Court. The man who borrow
the mules and the wagon that wE
used for hauling the cotton has not bE
caught; his name is Wallace Bert
alias Glymph. He borrowed the wag
from A. N. Sease, one mule from W
Eicbelberger, and one from Jacob Ei<
elberger, on pretence that he wished
move. Jacob Eichelberger helped
take the body off the wagon the eveni
before the robbery-hence he is s
pected-of knowing what was really
tended to be done with the wagon.
ABOUIT THE TOWN iA COUNTY.
The weather still holds its own.
So do the citizens of the State
Newberry-that is what merchants
who have unpaid claims.
Some call it holding other peopi
own. It is thought that after the Pr
idential contest is decided, there v
be settlements made. We trust so.
Potatoes taken from banks rot qui<
ly this weather-and there are fol
who take the dry rot any kind of we
Mr. Cash had a valuable bundle
goods taken from his store last weeli
accidentally of course.
Thieves are doing a good busini
now-and the utmost energies of
police are continually exercised.
Very many good books will be s<
at the HERALD Book Store at cc
Now is the time .to get good readi
One of our prominent young citize
goes to Atlanta, and it is reported tl
he contemplates speculating in the m
The Churches were slimly attend
last Sunday in consequence of the w<
ther. Monday was equally as incle
ent, but the attendance in stores and
the streets was good.
We have a load of wood out son
where-it has been coming for t
months. Any information relative
it will be thankfully received.
Mr. W. G. Mayes & Son have tali
the building occupied last year by D.
Wheeler & Co.
Anticipating a rain fall, the Tom
Council's sand thrower concluded
to throw any in front of our domic
last week. Either that or the sup]
gave out at the parsonage.
The muddiest little piece of sidew;
is in front of the Postoffice.
Gravel-town still improves, as v
as the region between Blue-ruin
the Southern suburb of Helena.
It was pitiable to hear the wail
Saturday night of a poor colored mar
a pair of threadbare breeches, aski
another colored man for money due
bottoming a chair. The saddest vi
was that the seat'of his breeches v
worn out in doing the work.
A bottle of tangle-leg was kindly
fered to each one of the HERALD'S si
on Saturday and each refused to taki
nip. This speaks volumes for the H3
He came home on Saturday from
to have his boots shined, get a ch
shave and take a good Sunday nap,
left again on Mo.nday.
Do not forget to some in on Sale-i
and renew your subscription.
A written demand was made on I
U. B. Whites, Special Tax Agent,
ex-Auditor Williams, to return
Whitsi o takn the consequen
Wintes sp nof taxesinggh thoneuen
tyn the willpefturns toughn o the co
ty. Feruar tr otwno h
'he I We are pleased to say that the invi
the tation extended last week to subscribe
icy for the HERALD has been accepted by Ja
.'s some. We are waiting for others. Do A]
K1r. not let your county paper languish or Br
all, die-S2.50 will save it.
red An agent for an Augusta paper ten Da
led days ago received about fifty subscrip- Gc
tions from the citizens of Newberry Ga
, town. I
sq. Mr. B. H. Cline has again started in '
the mercantile line with an excellent 1
o stock; the public will soon learn from be
the him what character of goods he will tai
ich keep. Success to him-he'will succeed m
ely if he uses printing ink. It is the best hi,
am kind of grease for business men to use.
People complain of hard times and tiv
yet they make very little effort to better us
la- their condition-fiddling, dancing, loaf- a
re. ing, drinking and gossiping are more He
as attractive than work.
ere It is wrong to blame the times or the
ng world for our own short-comings-t1e
2er old song says, "The world is good, and
to the people are good and we are all fine an,
fellows together"-provided every man an
gh does his duty. Have you done yours, pr<
in reader? Pause and think. ed,
A chiel's amang ye taking notes, and ag
is faith he'll prent 'em. Be on good be- im
havior, therefore. Do your duty. an'
ive There is idle land enough in New- fus
to berry County to make supplies for the "f
rest of mankind. It is productive land. tus
Ls- Mr. L. G. Taylor, from Clinton, has an<
opened store on Baltimore Corner. its
We feel it in our bones-the good
ree time which is coming. Sometimes it's
th, the jumping, tearing, sprangling Neu
les ralgia. a
ich Wheresoever the office is, there the
'he office-seekers will be gathered together. "I
Rev. John Kershaw preached in the rei
n. Episcopal Church Sunday. ex
ni- There is a little boy in town four years ev
ng old who is very anxious to visit Gov. lut
nd Hampton in Columbia. He wants to th
3xt pay his tax into first hands. cel
ed The census-takers of 1880 will find a E
re tremendous increase in the population me
en from three years old and under. a,
y' Harper's this week has a fine picture SY
on of Gov. Wade Hampton and another of
sh P. P. Bliss, the sweet singer, who was
%h- killed in the Ashtabula disaster.
to -,,.._ eni
toFrank Leslie is better than ever this dui
us The Union-Herald says its Sunday s
in- edition has 20 columns of stories. It is
improving-the daily has a half-dozen ml
columns of stories every issue. ml
The membership of the "Knights of
Honor" is constantly increasing. Many
ofof our best citizens belong to the order.
;ay New York has a street-cleaning force
ofi1100men. Oh, for such a force in
e's Newberry about a week.
es- Dr. J. D. Bruce has purchased the B
g art establishment of W. H. Wiseman. 2.4
Nearly all the newly-married couples le
sk- live in the country. Spur up, ye young tei
Iks folks of the city.
sa- We noticed fourteen wagons loaded -
with cotton on the public square Thurs
of day morning at one time. The aver
age number of bales to the wagon was me
two: the roads are so bad it is almost Ha
impossible to haul more.
he Two brothers in town have each a boy
baby. One baby is named Samuel_
Tilden, and the other Wade Hampton.
>ld "George Washington" has played out
ist. about here with happy parents. ga
ngOn the outside of this issue is an W
article entitled, "Tar on Fruit Trees." a
msThe author is a tar-heel and knows all T
1at- about it.
.Farmers should never put off till to
morrow that which can be done to-day. -
Led Procrastination is the thief of time.
ea- Fences, gates, out houses, wells, chick
m-en coops, hog pens and many other w
onthings are usually left out of repair un- th
til necessity forces the farmer to look
ie- after them, and then plowing and plant
W ing are in season. The consequence is, 20
tO something is neglected, and the man is
unhappy and thinks this is a hard 2
en world to live in.
SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not strange that people run off after
strange things, when they could do better at
aot home ? Nearly every man, woman and child
ile in the country knows Ayer's, Jayne's,
ply Wright's, Radway's or Tutt's Pills, and very
few know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pills;
and yet, we venture the assertion, that any 18
ilk one buying and nsing a single box of Dr.
Gilder's Pills, will never buy one of another
ell manufacture. Dr. S. F. Fain sells them.
Something New--Agents Want- ha
onl ed. se
iBADEN PROLIFIC FLOUR CORN.
ing This corn excels any other for bread and is
rbest for stock. It ripens six weeks eatrher
frthan any other kind, and grows from 6 to 14 at
ew ears on a stalk.. is
The important points we claim for this in
ras new variety of corn are these: 1. One stalk
of this corn bears from 6 to 14 ears; one hill
with two stalks makes from 10 to 25 ears
of- producing from one acre of ground about
fthree or four times as many bushels on the 3
same soil and with the same culture as the
3 a common corn. 2. The corn is heavier in
ER. weight, has as large an ear, thinner husk, Cc
and makes corn meal, for family use, sweet- an
er and more nutritious, and valuable for
feeding stock. 3. That it will grow and pro
96 duce a profitable crop on ground where other p
an corn will not grow to maturity. 4. It ripens sa
earlier and is net liable to be caught by frost. J.
nd 5. The grains are large, pure and white, and w
an ordinary yield is from 80 to 100 bushels to A.
the acre, on medium land.
lay .A fine quality of Flour can be made from
it. When ground it produces a flour anala
gous both in appearance and taste to flour B.
drn. made from the best white wheat. Even an D.
epicure would fail to distinguish between L.
by bread made from the two. The Corn shelled W
the weighs 61 lbs to the bushel-which is 5 lbs .
.heavier than any other quality. w
r. PRICES BY MAIL POSTPAID. G.
ces 1 Sack......$100 I 6 Sacks.... 4.50 T.
an- 3 " ...... 2.5010 " .... . 7.00 Ja
E ach sack contains 1,000 sound grains. g
Ir Sample stalks with the ears on them will beA
sent out to Agents. Write for TEsTIMONILs
NEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. 20, 1877
List of advertised letters for week end
len, Jno. M. Johns, W. W.
)ernathy, Allen Johns, Mrs. Elliott
own, James Livingston, Miss Al
'rd, Aleck C.
Idwell, Rev. Jas. |Steward, Miss E. F
obs, Miss Susan ISuber, I. M.
Lvis, Miss Hannah Thompson, Mrs. R.
ree, Stout Thompson, Mrs. L.
try, Jordan Wise, Geo.
?arties calling for l]es J
idvertised. R. W. BO , .
)r. S. F. Fant is giving away a handso
ok entitled "Pearls for the People." e
ning much valuable information s
mny interesting articles. It also contain
tory of the discovery of the "Hepatin
diseases of the liver, dyspepsia, con
tion and indigestion, &c., and gives p<
e assurance that when the Hepatine
.d it effects a permanent and lasting c
these diseases, which prevail to such
rming extent in our country. Take 1
patine for all diseases of the liver.
appy Influence of a Gre
or the preservation or recovery of -hea
d strength, the diet should be wholeso
d nutritious. When it happens that 1
mentary processes are disturbed by i
per or half masticated food, the best re
r for the evil results of abusing the digest
,ans is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a m
reeable, prompt and gentle remedy for d;
psia, and for the bilious and evacuati
egularities which result from it. The li'
l bowels, in common with the stoma4
perience its beneficent influences. The
e of the system is carried off through
tural outlet, a healthy flow and secreti
the bile is promoted, and a powerful im)
is given to assimilation in consequence
use. It healthfully stimulates the blad(
I kidneys when they are inactive, and
tonic and regulating action fortifies 1
tem agtinst ma:aria. 1
'he Hon. Alexander H. Stevens says
be Globe Flower Cough Syrup has prov
lost valuable remedy to me."
ov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says
shall always use it with perfect cot
ice, and recommend it to the public as
edy which will afford that satisfacti
erieneed by me and mine. It exc
rything for coughs, colds and obstinj
x-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says:-"He fit
Globe Flower Cough Syrup a most E
ncb endorsement by our great and gc
n deserves the attention of the afflicti
ose suffering from coughs, colds and In
,ctions should use the Globe Flower Con
rup. It will positively cure consumpti<
or sale by S. F. FANT. 44-ti
1EWBEREY, January 23.-Cotton marl
iet-price at close 11ja11. Bales shipl
ring week 337.
alEPOOL, January 22.-Cotton firax
Idling uplands 7; middling Orleans 7 3
IEW YORK, January 22.-Cotton steaC
es 892, at 13ta13 7-16. Gold 1.06la.061
3ALTIMORE, January 22.-Cotton' Quie
ddlidg 121 a13.
3H ARLESTON, January 22.-Cotton quie
AUGUSTA, January 22.-Cotton quiet a
For Rent or Lease.
That very desirable farm and residen
posite th~e Steam Mill, the estate of
MKelar, deceased. The farm conta
B acres, with splendid orchard of f
it trees. Will be rented by the year
sed for a term of years to an approv
iant. Apply on the premises to
MRS. E. K. McKELLAR.
Jan. 17, 3-2t.
By virtue of authority conferred up
in a mortgage given to me by Robi
rgrove, I will sell, at public outcry,
c-day ir February next, ONE MULE.
JANE A. MAFFETT,
Jan. 17, 3-2t* ~ -
By virtue of authority conferred in mo
ges given by George W. Feltman a
illie Mooser to W. T. Dungin, I will e
Newberry, on Sale-day in February ne
[REE MULES and ONE GRAY MARE
JAMES F. KILGORE,
Att'y in fact for W. T. Dungin,
Jan. 17, 1877--3-2t.
The Tax Books for Newberry Cout
l be opened at the following places
collection of the ten per centum cor.t
tion on last year's taxes, as called for
Excellency Governor Wade Hamnpto
Newberry C. H., from Jan. 10th to .Ja
Prosperity, Monday and Tuesday, Je
a and 23d, 1877.
Pomaria, Wednesday, Jan. 24th, 1877.
[lymphville, Thursday, Jan. 25th, 185
libson's Store, Friday, Jan. 26th, 1871l
laybinton, Saturday, Jan. 27th, 1877.
Dromer's Store, Monday, Jan. 29th, 18%
Jalana, Tuesday, Jani. 30th, 1877.
Longshore's, Wednesday, Jan. 31st, 18'
Williams', Thursday, Feb. 1st, 1877.
elena, Friday, Feb. 2d, 1877.
Newberry C. H., Feb. 3d and 5th, 187'
rhe Books will be closed on the 5th F<
77. U. B. WHITES,
Jan. 17, 3-2t. Special Agent,
he copartnership heretofore existingl1
een J. C. WILSON and J. E. BROW
been this day dissolved by mutual c<
3t. January 1st, 1877
All persons indebted to the late firm
. WILSON & CO., must settle the sa
their earliest conver,ience. J. E. Bro
authorized to receipt for all moneys p
on account of the old firm.
J. C. WILSON
Jan. fl, 2-.4t* J. E. BROWN.
otice to Trespasser
The undersigned, citizens of Newbei
unty, Floyd Township, hereby forews
y and all persons against fishing, huntiu
ssing through, or in any other way tr
ssingon their lands. All violators of I
nie will be dealt with according to law,
B. Floyd, - jWm. Satterwbite,
.P. Johnson, iL. C. Johnson,
M. Teague, David Champion,
.G. Abrams, J. H. Reeder,
B. Davis, Jeff. Davenport,
R. Mangum, W. A. Tribble,
M. S. Boozer, L. E. Folk,
H. M. Boozer, J. F. Burton,
.W. Waldrop, J. T. McKitrick,
S. Floyd, J. S. Pitts,
.G. Peterson, G. W. Senn,
A. Boozer, J. W. D. Reeder,
M. Nel, J. W. Davis,
s. Speer, J. P. Piester,
S. Boozer, Jesse Senn,
P. Davis, 1W. M. Dorroh,
H. Wil:ms. RB F. Goggans,
> Unprecedentedly Low Prices
WRGTti- J~~i IDh1
ire Respectfully announce to thegcitizens
an Newberry that they have now in store a
he elegant and cheap stock of
- CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS
which embraces a large variety of ti
at LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS I
SUITS, which they can sell at lower price
Ith than ever before offered in this market, an
ne to which they now invite attention.
he They make a specialty in FINE CLOT
m- COATS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHIRT!
m- &c., an examination of which is only nece
ve sary to convince any one of the differenc
)st in prices between this season and the las
rs- HATS for men and boys of all styles an
ver grades, together with FINE GAITER
:h AND SHOES at prices which defy comp
its Call and make an examination befoi
on purchasing elesewhere, and see if yc
>e- cannot save money.
by WRIGH & tOFPOIIK
No. 4 Mollohon Row
Oct. 4, 40-tf.
L~ ARIi LANB 8ALE
ds MORE OR LESS.
od I will sell on Sale-day, being the 5th da
of February next, my valuable tract of Ian
g situated and lying from 3 to 5j miles Nort
and North-west of Newberry C. H. Thes
n lands are divided into
TWELVE SEPARATE TRACTS,
each tract fronting either on the Unic
et Road, which runs through or about ti
ed centre of the whole tract for two mil(
and a half, or on Laurens Public Roa
-leading fromn Newberry C. H., to Laarer
L6. C. H., or on the Long Lane Road, runnin
yfrom Black Jack to Maybinton. These di
ferent tracts have been very carefully d
Svided from the-main tract,
~EACH CONTAINING SUFFICIENT TDJ
dto supply all persons for years to corn
- On each of these distinct tracts are locate
fine water privileges, bold springs wil
_large branches running therefrom, wit
-small bottom lands on each tract. Thei
are improvements on all of these separal
tracts, which are on public roads, exce)
~e, No. 11, which has a right of way from Lal
rens Road, and have beautiful sites upc
ns which to build. The House place, No.
ne is one of the best improved places in tb
orJ County, with
edA FINE DWELLING HOUSE, EIGH
- two good brick offices and two summ<
-houses, kitchen, meat house, good servant
houses, a new frame gin house, (built la.
year,) good screw, good frame stables an
on cribs, two store houses and good stand f<
on I had my dwelling house covered th
year with cypress shingles, requiring 25
000 shingles at a cost of $7 per thousan'
This is certainly one of the finest and mo
desirable locations in the State, for ti
- productiveness of the lands, fine neighbo
hood with unexcelled and sociable class
citizens; churches and schools in neighbo
rt- hood ; splendid water, and noted for its e:
ndemption from all malarious diseases througl
el out the year.
it, The lands lie level, have no gullies pent
- trating them, and have been kept in a hig
state of cultivation ever since I owne
them-never at any time allowing themi
The yield in cotton, corn, all small grain
- with clover, &c., cannot be surpassed b
any other lands of this section of the Stati
-The plats of each tract will be exhibite
ty at Messrs. Suber & Caldwell's office, New
or berry C. H.
ri- Tract No. 1, 203j acres, is situated
by miles from Newberry C. H.
n : No. 2, 124 acres, 3 miles.
i. No. 3,'103 1-2 acres, 3 miles.
No. 4, 127 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
n. No. 5, 207 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
No. 6, 277 7-11 acres, 5 miles.
No. '7, 145 acres, 3 miles.
"7. No. 8, 225 6-10 acres, 4 miles.
. No. 9, 302 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
No. 10, 135 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
'7. No. 11, 115 acres, 41-2 miles. And
No. 12, 184 1-2 acres, 5 1-2 miles.
'7 SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY
for obtaining homes in this productive pa
- of the State has never before.been offere,
b. I reside on the place, at Four Mile Hons
and will take pleasure in showing thea
lands to persons dessring to purchase or
- inspect them.
The sale will positively take place at ti
time and place above mentioned, and w
>e- be sold for one-third cash, the balance
N, two equal annual instalments, bearing ]
n- per cent interest from day of sale, wil
mortgage to secure payments. If any pe
son wishes to buy the whole tract or pa
of at private sale it can be treated for by a
ne plying to the undersigned.
WDMY PERSONALTY PROPERTY
I will sell comnmencing' on Tuesday aft<
sale-day in January, and continue from de
to day until sold, which consists of a fir
- lot of Mules, and everything else on ti
rn Dec. 13, 1876. JON1-5INRD
a IN THE UNITED STATES COUR
e -FOR DISTRICT OF SOUTJ
Ex Parte-Henry C. Suber.
In Re-Win. Hatton, Bankrupt.
Petition to Sell Property, &c.
By virtue of the order of the Hon. Georg
S. Bryan. as Judge of the United State
Court for South Carolina, I well sell at Nes
lerry Court House, ON MONDAY, TH
5TH DAY OF FEBRUARY NEXT, all ti
real property of William Hatton, Bankrng
to-wit: NINETY-SEVEN ACRES OF LANI
bounded by lands of Reuben Davidson, Ma
tha Davidson and others. Terms of Sale.
CASH. R. M. WALLACE,
as U. S.IMarshal of S. C.,
per JOHN J. CARRINGTON,
Ja. 16, 1877-3, 3 Deputy Marshal.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Jc.
r L1RGEAND RIED STOCK
FALL AND WINTER.
Prices to Suit the Timbs!
Respectfully calls attention to his large
and complete assortment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS and CALICOES
!s of beautiful patterns.
d WHITE GOODS, of all kinds.
DOMESTICS, in large variety.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS.
3. HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS.
e BLANKETS, &c., &c.
For Men and Boys.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
CHOC1E GR C lERIEN
And many other articles too numerous
Warranted 150. proof, as good as any
FISH AMMOMATED PHOSPHATE.
d I return thanks to my friends and the
h public generally, for the very liberal patron
e age bestowed on me in the past, and re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same,
with the assurance that every satisfaction
will be given. M. FOOT.
n Nov. 1, 44-tf.
SAND IN LARGE VARIETY.
d Have now in store, and are offering at
h UNPRECEDFENTEDLY LOW PRICES, a
h well selected stock of FALL and WINTER
SBOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Which are complete in all their lines, and
r embrace every article needed by the ladies
s' in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &c., or
t by ge itlemen in PIECE GOODS, UNDER
d WEAR, &c.
r That our assortment in the above is
large and superior and cheap, only needs
san examination to prove.
JE ANS AND WOOLEN GOODS, HOME
jSPUNS, SHEETINGS, BLANKETS, in.
e great variety.
-In addition to above we .take pleasure in
f calling attention to our superior stock of
I: EAVY PLANTATION GOODS,
HARDWARE an'i CUTLERY,
bSADDLES and BRIDLES, and
d TRUNKS of all kinds.
oIn short our stock is full and complete,
,and with prices so low that we feel confi
y dent in giving satisfaction.
Oct. 11, 41-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Mose's, as Clerk of the
Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
grant him Letters of Administration, of the
Estate and effects of Leonard Horton, de
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and ap
pear, before me' in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
t on the 5th day of February next, after
I. publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
,noon, to shew cause, if any they have, why
e the said Administration should not -be
o granted. Given under my Hand, this 30th
day of December, Anno Domini, 1876.
e J. C. LE AHY, 3. p. K. c.
11 Jan. 3, 1-4t.
JEW EL LER1,
rIs now to be found at the store formerly
Soccupied by John F. Spedk, where he will
eattend to all business in his line with fideli
ety and dispatch.
gr WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
r Administrator's Notice.
I will apply to the Probate Court for
Newberry County, on the sixth day of Feb
ruary, 1877, for a final discharge as Adm
istrator on the Estate of Bayless M. Buz
THOMAS D. BUZHIARDT,
s Jan~uary 1st, 1876-1-5t*
OeE Hunred .n
Fit Bnunrel ofAMd
Fit B usel WHAT And
.. RER WHEAT. and
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. d.
Office ovt r Ilftm. i'. Store, adjoitiing
EAALD Oflice. Oe. 25, 43-tf
My uffi-e 's at Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug
Store, where I can be lound during usual
My iesidencc has been changed to house
on Calhoun Street, two doors from Presby
A. WALLACE, M. D.
Aug. 30, 85-tf.
The undersigned is prepared to do all
kiads of SURVEYING with accuracy and
Office with Saber & Caldwell, Attorneys
F. WERBER, Ja.,
Deputy Sureyor for Newberry County.
Aug. 16, 33-6w.
Having just returned from the Northern
Cities, and the National Photogra,phic As
3ociation at Buffalo, I feel better prepared
to do good work than ever before, by the
tdvantages of the latest improvements, and
the prettiest styles.
My stock is larger than ever, and among
which are, a fine lot of
Picture Paper Weights, &c.
I am prepared to take
opying and Enlarging Old Pictures,
Taking Residences, &c.
Call while the pretty weather lasts; re
member that delays-are dangerous, and do
not put it off.
A proof is always furnishedforinspection
before the picture is printed.
The surest way is to come at. once and
get pictures at the Newberry Gsl3ery of the
er ready Photogropher,
.W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 8 40-tf.
K. GOLDSMITH. :. P ID
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Founders and MaclinISIS
.Have always on hand
Stationary Steamt hgines
and Boilers for Saw
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
CASTINGS of every kin4in Iron or Brass.
We guarantee to fdrnish 1Enginb$ and
oier of as good uai a and
Wemanufctre, also the GDY i
ommend for power, simpliotyo consatruC
Wed waratourde~n assurepromfpt
ess and dispatchx n gorders
Jan.14, 2-if.. Columbia, S. C.
Harness and Ssil lese
F. N. PARIKER,
SCCESSOR TO WEB!, ,TONES & PARKER,
Between PooP's Hotel and the 204t Office,)
Having bought the EN TIR E- S T OCK
f the Harness and Saddle -Mainufactory of
essrs. Webb, Jones & Parker, I am pre
pared to do all kinds of work in this line.
Also will keep on hand for sale, HARNESS,
ADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
f the best and cheapest. REPAIRING
nd all work done to order
t Cash Prices and at Shortest
C. M. HARRIS,
Cabinet Maker &Undertaker.
Has on hand and will make to'order, Bed
steads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sofas,
Settees, Lounges, &c.
Cabiuet Work of all kinds made and re
paired on liberal terms.
'Has on hand a full supply of Metalic, Ma
h any and Rosewood Burial Cases.
Cofns made to order at short notice, and
Fisk's Metalli Bi a se888
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly on
and a fullassortment of the above approved
ases, of different patterns, besides coffins
ot his own make, all of which he is prepared
o furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of -having -cases sent by
rroad wilt have them sent . e
A Hrs,e is always on h h