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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADVEETZIBERTS.
John 0. Peoples-Notice.
Duryeas' Satin Gloss Starch.
D. J. Hentz-Administrator's Notice.
James A. Caldwell-Eentor's Sale.
W. G. Mayes and J. N. Martin-Notice.
Mrs. J. Hartwell B1ease-Piivate Boardit
Edw'd J. Evans & Co.-Seeds! Plan1
Mrs. P. M. Cromer and others-Notice
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business n
tices in this local column are inserted
the rate of 15 cents per line each inse
Obituaries, notices of meetings, co7
munications relating to personal in'e
ests, tributes of respect. &c. a? e charg
as regular advertisements at $1 p
Notices of administration, and oth
legal noices, obituaries, tributes of r
spect and notices of meetings, as well
communications of a peroonal charact
must be paid for in advance.
The subscription price of the Hera
is $2.50 for twelve months, $1.25 for s
months, 75 cents for three months aq
25 cets for one montk, in advanc
Names in friure will not be placed
the subscription books until the cash
its equivalent is paid.
To clubs of twenty names, (the enti
list to be brought in at one time), the p
per will be j'urnished at $2 each. Clu
of ten, $2.25 each. The cash must a
A CHEAP CoMBATINm.-In co
nection with the HERALD (which eve
man in the County should have) we a
prepared to furnish to all new subsc]
bers from this date, the following e:
cellent Agricultural Journals at reducc
rates, viz: The HERALD and Suthe
CuUiva;or for one year, $4.25, and tl
HERALD and American Agriculturi;
splendidly illustrated, $3.50. This li
eral offer will enable farmers 1
secure a first class agricultural p
per and the HERALD at reduced price
neither one of which they should for
moment do without. The CulUiva
alone is worth $2.10, and the Ameria
Agriculturist $1.60, and only at tt
regular rates can either be furnish
ADVERISlE.-Advertise and let til
people of the County see that Newberi
is a live town, and that her merchan
have goods to sell and mean to se
them. If you cannot afford to contra
for a hundred. dollar advertisement i
in the good old days, send in a fif?
cent one. No matter how small ti
price or the notice, send it in and sho
that there is life in the town. Make
run on something, if it's only dried co
fish or dried apples. and draw custo
bywhich other merchandise will 1
NO EXCUSE FOR BEING SICK.
No person can use BOSCREE'S GE
MAN SYRUP' without getting immedia
relief and cure. We have the first ca
of Coughs, Colds or Consumnpiion,
any disease of the Throat and Lung
yet to hear from that has not been cure
We have distributed every year, fi
three years, over 250.000 Sample BolI
by Druggists in all paris of the Unite
States. No other Manufacturer of Mec
cines ever gave their preparat.ions su<
a test as this. Go to your Druggis
Dr. Win. E. Pelham, and get a bott!.
for 75 cents and try it-Two doses wi
relieve you. Sample Bottles 10 cen
Jan 10, 2-3mn.ow~
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clo
or watch it is warranted for one year. T1
him. Sadisfaction guaranteed. 15-17
THOMPsON, Dentist, over Phifer's Store
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Si
LABOE REFOIRx.-The Central Ass
ciation met Friday in Temperance Ha:
APPOINTMENT.-Gov. Hampton h
appointed Mr. Jas. Packer Trial Ji
tice for Newberry.
Those who left watches with J.
Speck for repairs are advised to re
the notice of Jno. 0. Peoples, Assigne
REMOVAL.-Gov. Hampton last we
removed the following county officer
Auditor R. E. Wiliams and Treasur
Jesse C. Smith.
A Mr. Jordan P. Pool, of Newbern
has leased the -Mansion House,
Greenville, which will be conducted1
Mr. C. C. Chase.
Attention is .called to the annount
ment made by Mrs. J. H. Blease, th
she is prepared to receive transient ai
Col. Lipscomb and Mr. Mayes ha
formed a partnership in dry goods a
groceries, and will occupy the store t
der Bruce's Art Gallery.
MoR OATS THAN 04BRTER HAD.
Mr. Thos. H. Adams, near Bouknigh
Ferry, raised last year over one tho1
and bushels of oats on thirty acres.
~fJDING OVER.-T. 3. Clayton ma
.a formgemand on H. C. Moses 1
week for th possession of the Cler
office; but Mi-..oses still holds ov
We call the spjal attention of c
readers to the lettera of oOIr New Tc
correspondent, "Bolbi. The
letters are full of in ,and will:
V pay a careful perusal. :.
Sc ARm OFF.-On Tue Lay nio
week an attempt was made.oba a
of negroes to rob the smoe-fiou
-Col. Cannon at Jalapa. The '
would have made a fat haul ha
not been scared off before accompl
ing their purpose, there being s u
tity of meat and3 nthx provISionls stor
in~ the buildaig.
TIHAT CONVENION.-Inl our not
last week of the proposed Horse a
Male Convention we forgot to menti
one of the most important subjects tl
wil come before that body. The coun1
The Texas Tribune says, "The late
'atmospherical freshness' has brought
on many cases of Coughs and Colds,
and Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is in great
er demand than ever."
Business dull? Not at all. A mer
chant in town sold by 9 o'clock Friday
morning two hogsheads of bacon and
to two barrels of molasses-all to the same
man, who bought them for use on his
at Editors and essayists have been a
r long time trying to prove that Labor is
honorable. Let somebody now set
r. about to prove honesty is honorable, or
d that truthfulness is honorable, or some
e otber problem equally as apparent.
NEWBERRY ISN'T BRoKE YET.
zs There were about fifteen hundred per
er sons in town Monday. The good prices
that land sold for show that there is
money somewhere. Personal property
,j also sold for very fair prices.
M HoRTIcULTuRA=.-Housekeepers have
r been quite busy during the good weath
er in preparing the gardens for culti
e vation. Many have planted the aro
5 matic onion, and some peas have been
c- planted also, though it is rather early
Mr. W. H. Wiseman, the artist, left
e yesterday for Dallas, Texas. Mr.
i- Wiseman has made many good impres
- sions while in Newberry, and carries
with him the best wishes of the people,
e to whom he is so well and favorably
to RELIGIoUs NOTICE.-Divine services
- will be conducted in the Methodist
a Church during the remainder of this
r week. To-night (Tuesday) the Rev. R.
,n D. Smart of Cokesbury will occupy the
i pulpit. The public are invi&ed to at
7 There will be a Hot Supper and
s Promenade Concert at Temperance
Hall Thursday evening, given by the
is ladies of the Episcopal Church.
y Admission, 10 cents; Supper for gen
ie tlemen, 75 cents; Supper for ladies, 50
a cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
M Sheriff Carrington refused to recog
e nize a commitment from Trial Justice
Packer. Mr. Packer was appointed by
Governor Hampton. Monday he sen
tenced a negro to confinement in jail
Rfor five days; but Carrington would
tnot recognize Packer's atoiy n
r th negro went free.
. Mr. Louis Crede, who is, by the way,
r the best Baker in the State north of
s Charleston, has begun the manufacture
Sof candy. He makes the ring-streaked
h and striped sticks, chocolate, cream,
;t, and mint candy, and can, no doubt,
turn out a first-rate article of the gen
11uine "French Candy."
Judge Davenport, alias Renwick,
ecolored, was up before a Trial Justice
1last week for stealing about forty dol
lars' worth of clothing from a friend
and brother. The rogues of this coun
Sty, with becoming loyalty, make no
ir- distinction on a ccount of race, color
or previous condition.
'he American Lightning-rod Com
pany have had agents at work in this
s county for a month or two. Last week
is- some of the employees, getting tired of
waiting for their wages, took out an at
tachment upon the teams of the com
E. pany before Trial Justice Packer, so as
dto secure their pay.
Mr. W. F. Ewart, one of the hand
ksome salesmen at Tarrant's, had a very
s: fie felt hat, but he has none now.
er Thursday he laid it on the.counter, and
when he went for it again it was non
invent~us. Friday morning Mr. E. don
ned a borrowed stove-pipe, and now
atnear-sighted people mistake him for an
Strange, but no less strange than true,
Sthat the better we make the HERALD
the less money some folks want to pay
dfor it. Some even won't pay anything
at all. The price is $2.50 in advance.
yIt cannot be afforded at less. And
d every man in the county not a sub
scriber is cordially invited to take it at
QUARTERLY CONFERNOE.-The first
t's Quarterly Conference of Newberry
s-Station was held in the Methodist
Chu-ch, on Saturday and Sunday. The
Rev. Manning Brown, Presiding Elder,
de preached Saturday evening, and the
st Rev. R. D. Smart Sunday morning.
k's .The latter again preached on Monday
er. evening. Services will be continued
during this week.
irk Senator Robertson, Jan. 29th, called
se up the Resolution, recently introduced
re- by Senator Gordon, of Georgia, declar
ing the Hampton government the legal
government of South Carolina. Among
ht the documents presented by Mr. Rob
ty ertson, was a letter from Joseph D.
of Boston, a leading colored man of New
als berry, S. C., member of the Legislature
ey for the past eight years, heartily en
-dorsing the Hampton government.
d MORE BURGLARY.-Will it nevel
Sstop .., If thieving continue to increase
as it has done for the past few weeks
~cei nobody cag feel that his property is se
ud cuire without an armed guard over it
on Since the new Jear began we have had
iat to chronizle a kL.rge number of theft!
:ry and burglaries; and now comes anoth
~,. Thnr~dav night some nartv brok4
Taxes come in steadily, and New
berry is the banner county-$6,000 al
ready paid in.
Our exchanges will please make a
note of this.
The Jury list was prepared some
time during January and placed in the
Jury box by Jury Commissioner Snead
and Auditor Williams. These two of
ficers are Chamberlain's appointees.
Simeon Young, Chairman of Board of
County Commissioners, it is said, took
no part in the proceeding. If the ac
tion of Snead and Williams be decided
not valid, then it will require a special
act of the Legislature to have Court
held here at the two remaining terms.
MESSRS. PERRY & SLAWSON.-The
well-established and popular Cigar and
Tobacco house of the above-named gen
tlemen, we were pleased to notice on a
recent visit to Columbia, keeps up with
the times, and is offering great induce
ments in low prices and in the superior
quality of their stock. They have built
up a fine business and gained the con
fidence of their patrons, and are entitled
to the share of trade which they have.
We commend them to the public.
MONDAY's SHERIFF'S SALES.-The
tracts named below were sold at the
following prices: 720 acres, $3,000;
21 1-2 acres, $800; 300 acres, $1,525;
266 acres, $500; 1-2 acre, town lot,
$180; 1-2 acre, town lot, $132; 39 1-2
acres, $>00; 236 acres, $300; 2 acres,
town lot, $4,650; 330 acres, $4,285;
286 acres, $1,745; 150 acres, $1,870;
107 acres, $525; 198 acres, 8910; Half
interest in a lot at Prosperity, $70; 17
acres, $1,283; 62 acres, $500; 183 acres,
$815; 62 a^res, $315; 72 acres, $500;
204 acres, $3,300.
The Home tract of the Moses Ander
son land, containing 330 acres, was
bought by Mr. F. H. Dominick for
A SATISFYING PLACE.-There is no
thing more desirable-than a good repu
tation, and when once it is established
it should be maintained at all hazards;
and it is pleasant to say that we have in
mind a business house in Columbia, the
proprietors of which have not only
gained that enviable claim by their past
efforts to please the public, but are de
termined to maintain it. We allude to
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, the popu
lar China, Crockery and Fancy Goods
dealers.. By this course they have been
able to "hold the fort," in spite of ad
verse times, and the pressure of cir
cumstances. They keep a splendid
variety of goods and sell at reasonable
prices. There is no article of utility or
of ornament but can be found in this
store. We recommend them to house
THAT GOOSE BONE.-The benefit of
advertising is proven in the fact, that the
goosebone patentee, to whom attention
was called in a recent issue of the HER
ALD,has had an offer from a distinguish
ed savant of Columbia-Dr. E. J.-for
the purchase of a right for the State.
We offer our congratulations to the
lucky patentee, and trust that in the
prosperity which will follow this sale
he will give the HERALD a small lift in
consideration of the free notice made.
We are sorry thodigh that congratula
tion cannot be offered to the buyer, as
the purchase of the right will be a tri
nling expense compared to that which
will follow. To make the bone as re
liable as "old reliable" a fresh goose
must be killed once in every twenty
four hours. Perhaps the doctor will
hit bpon a plan to raise geese by the
RIDE ON THE RAI,.-Snliffies is an
unfortunate man; every now and then
he gets into trouble, stumbles into the
wrong pew, or puts his nose (acciden
tally of course) into somebody's busi
ness, Last week he took a ride on the
rail, and entering the cars he looked
around for some benevolent looking
chap by whose side he might sit in
safety and enjoy a "feast of reason and
flow of soul." Alas for Sniffles, he is
easily deceived, he flopped into a seat
next to a man who looked as if he had
traveled and knew the difference be
tween home-made and hotel hash, and
true to past experience be was done
for. He struck oil, but it was of the
character known as dangerous, and in
consequence Sniffles suffered martyr
dom. The individual proved himself a
talking machine, there was a flow but
there was no reason in it. Sniffles and
the man sat over the trucks, and as the
man's tongue was evenly balanced in
the middle, there was no stop, every
jolt of the coach set in motion either
one way or the other, the only differ
ence being that the topics were diver
sified, as every jolt broke the thread,
when a fresh idea was started. Sniffles
thinks he may be mistaken-the man
may have been a woman; if not, nature
made a great blunder. The next time
he rides by rail he promises to be more
The Rev. R. A. Fair, of Newberry
than whom we know of no more able,
no more earnest, no more humble fol
lower of Jesus--preached in our midst
four times in the course of last Saturday
and Sunday-besides delivering an ad
dress to Sunday-School children. No
thing is more apparent than that Mr.
Fair is a very decided favorite in Edge
field. His sermon on Sunday morning,
upon the text, "As I live saith God I
-have no pleasure in the death of the
.wicked," gave universal pleasure and
l instruction, and called forth, upon eve
Sry side, encomiums of the most flatter
-ing kind; while his treatment on- Sun
ay nio-ht of four certain expressins in
ABOUT THE TowN AND CoUNTY.
The weather is clear and fine.
A good friend in the Bethel section
told another that every man in the coun
ty should be a subscriber to the HER
ALD. We agree with him.
Several complaints are made that
oats sowed before the late cold spell
have been killed; others report crop
good. Wheat is generally coming out
The few fine days lately experienced
have started out-door work on farm
An amateur gardener wants to know
which plan is best, to plant in the moon
or out. Out, by all means, and in the
ground. The moon is so far away we
have never been able to experiment in
Subscribe for the Newberry HERALD
-it is acknowledged by those who
know to be the best county paper in
The farmers' best vest-Harvest.
Dynasties may crumble; planets may
be blotted out; George Washington's
body servapt may eventually die; but
the HERALD will continue its weekly
visits-so pay up your subscription.
One of those loads of wood so long
on the road arrived last week. Judg
ing by the small deck load it must have
encountered rough weather, and lost
considel ably on the voyage. Others
are still out, but we trust they may
make the trip in safety.
Remember that obituaries and tri
butes of respect are cash in advance,
and legal advertisements the same.
Tired of working for nothing.
A handful of fresh chloride of lime,
sprinkled in rat holes, will keep them
away for months.
Sit by a friend's fire if you will, but
don't poke it. That is a luxury which
the owner of the fire alone ought to en
A man who got peppered the other
day by some small boys says it's against
the Town "audience" to use slingshots.
The rolicksome drummer has been
drumming around extensively for the
past few days. He wants to be in a
good position when Tilden's election is
declared. Then, won't he get the or
The second story of Masonic Hall,
where the congregation of the Chris
tians meet, is being 6x3d up in quite a
Some of the Trial Justices are doing
a pretty brisk business for the litigious.
Mrs. Tribble died at the residence of
her son, Mr. A. K. Tribble, January
Rev. R. P. Franks, of the Greenwood
Circuit, was in town last Wednesday.
That was a funny little chap who
"planted" a spare-rib thinking it would
sprout a pig. He thought if the rib of
a man once made a woman, a hog's rib
put in the ground ought to spring up.
The Council and the weather deserve
credit for the fine condition of the streets.
The heavens became black on Satur
day, and a drizzle put streets in a mud
dy condition again.
.We canknot do it and live-that is,
work for nothing; and it is surprising
that there are so many who are incon
siderate enough to expect it. Anything
in the shape of an advertisement must
be paid for at regular rates. If we see
proper to bestow a charity or give a
notice gratis that is our business, but it
is foolish for anyone to demand it.
The merchants of Newberry had a
pretty good run of business last week.
Farmers are busy at work and the
prospect is good for a successful year.
We venture the assertion that there
will be more money made this year
than during any year since the war.
It will be made by economy.
The trade in guano is nothing like as
heavy in former seasons.
Don't forget our advice, ye farmers
of Newberry: plant corn, and plenty ol
it. Nothing like full cribs to make you
feel independent. Don't forget, too,
that the HERALD advised you to this
course. Corn will pay for the paper
when cash is scarce.
Those spring guns set about in va
rious places are going to be the death
of some of the negroes who are in the
wholesale thieving business.
Notwithstanding the inclemency oj
the weather on Sunday last, the various
churches open were very well attended.
The citizens of Newberry are hold
ing night watches and expect to catcl
some of the thieves who are preying or
the community. They may as well
look out for squalls-4.he thieves, wi
.A twenty-four hour shower corn
menced on Saturday night abont 10 o1
Parties indebted to this office wh<
have been waited on with long patienc4
will please bear in mind that mora
suasion will not be in order any longer
JALArA ITEMS.-The people of the
flouishing little village of Jalapa havy
erected a very neat academy. Misi
Mollie Cannon has assumed charge.
Several farmers are resowing oats
where the October sowwg was kille<
out by the cold weather.
Mr. Robt. Campbell, who has beel
sick two or three weeks, is getting wel
The Sw+ite,.r Minera Spring i
FOR TRB HERALD.
FRIEND GRENEKER :-The seaso
of the year has arrived when farmei
should be looking around to ascertai
the best and cheapest plan for farmin
most successfully. Therefore, for th
benefit of my brother farmers of you
County and Laurens, I send you
receipt for putting up, in my judg
ment, a first class fertilizer, which, i
you think worth a notice in you
paper, you will please republish an(
ask the Laurensville Herald to copy
W. H. F.
A CHEAP HOME-MADE FERTILIZER
-We have been requested to repub
lish the following instructions for ma
king a superior fertilizer, by a farme
who has tested it side by side witi
Peruvian Guano, and pronounces it
effects equal to those produced by tha
high-priced manure. If that is th
case, and we have no doubt of it, fo
our informant is a reliable gentleman
and would not deceive any one, th
information, if acted upon, will sav
to this District alone, thousands o
dollars. We hope some one will try it
Take 7 barrels of dry muck, 1 bar
rel of wood ashes, 1 barrel of grounc
bone and 1 barrel of raw plaster o
Paris, mix these together; then tak
50 lbs. each of common salt, glaube
salts, nitrate of soda and sulphate o
ammonia, dissolve well in about a bar
rel of water and add to the first mix
ture. Mix all well together througi
a screen and keep dry for use. Two
thirds of the above ingredients can b
obtained on every farm, and the chem
icals can be had of any wholesal
druggist, while the whole that wil
have to be purchased would not cos
over $20. The above quantities wi
make about one ton, and can be mad
at one-quarter the price charged for
ton of Peruvian Guano.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Feb. 3, 1871.
List of advertised letters for week endi;
Allen, Isaac A. Entcbinson,Mrs Mar
Atwood, D. H. King, Miss Mar' (2)
Boyd, M 3. Fannie Lominick, Bobbie
Campbell, J. B. Lane, Sol.
To W.M.Batler Lodge, Maett, Jane A.
No. tJ, A. F. M. Mangam, H. H.
Davs, Abram Reid, Miss Jennie
Duncan, Sallie E. Weston, Mrs. Mary
Franklin, Saeah A. Weatheroy, Thos. I
Parties calling for letters w'li please a
if adverttsd. E. W. BOON!,?P. M.
Disease Grows Apace,
Lik.e a ill wind, and cannot be masters
too early. W hat is a t ~hz a:aack of sic
ness to-dy maf, if nna..ended 3, become
se ious case in a week. Small ailmen
sould be n.ppe~d in the bad before thu
blossom in:o se blow a maladies. if~ ta
adv:ce we-:e attended '.o, mnany a heaiy b
for me?'eal actende'ce migat be avo de
When t:ae I'-er is disorcer d, the stoma<
foul, t'ee bowels obsk. .zcted, or t~2e ne.i
dis.~Aed, reso a shoalid at once be had
tiat sapreme :e ne& T, Hostet er's Stoma<
B! ..e-s, a few doses of wnichi w'R res'c
heat:'v ac.'on and put the system "I peCE
order.'- It is a wise p:ecaution 'o keep .t'
incompaabl p:-een've in the house, sin
it checks, waa u a :va"ed promptutade, d
orde s wuich b:eed o..e:s far more dange
os, and in sher lasest developments a
themselves of.eA fatal.. 6- it.
Is it not strange that people ran oft afi
strange things, when they could do better
home? Nearly every man, woman and ci
in the country knows Ayer's, Jayne
Wright's, Radway's or Tutt's Pills, and ye
few know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pil
and yet, we venture the assertion, thrat a'
one buying and using a single box of I
Gilder's Pills, will never buy one of anott~
manufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells them.
The Hon. Alexander B. Stevens says:
"The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has prov
a most valuable remedy to me."
Gov. James Mi. Smith, of Georgia, says:
"I shall always use it with perfect cos
dece, and recommend it to the public as
remedy which will afford that satisfacti
experienced by me and mine. It exed
everything for coughs, colds and obstini
Er-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says:-"He fin
the Globe Flower Cough Syrup a most e
Snch endorsement by our great and go
men deserves the attention of the afflictl
Those suffering from coughs, colds and ln
affections should use the Globe Flower Con
Syrup. It will positively cure conslnmptic
For ea.e by S. F. FANT. 444f
Dr. S. F. Fant is giving away a handsoi
book entitled "Pearls for the People." cc
taning much valuable information a
many interesting articles. It also contain:
history of the discovery of the "Hepatini
for diseases of the liver, dyspepsia, coni
pation.and indigestion, &c., and gives p..
tive assurance that when the Hepatine
used it effects a permanent and lasting ci
of these diseases, which prevail to such
alarming extent in our country. Take 1
Hepatine for all diseases of the liver.
In Laurens County, on the 31st of Janna
at the residence of the br'de's mother, by':
Rev. T. C. Ligon, Mr. E. S. McKiNLY,
North Caroliaa, and Miss ADELIA CwAGa
January 31, by Rev. R. A. Fair, Mr. Jo
D. BOOzz,a to Mess JANE E. LANGEORD,
of Newber:y County..
Febiaary 1, by the same, Mr. DA1
TEAGUE to Miss HATTIE HENiDRIxx, all
NawBEREY, February 6.-Cotton quie
middPfng 11k. Bales shipped 454.
L1ivmooL, Febra: 5.-Cotton mar
Seasier and prices have declined a fractio>
Smiddling uplands 6 11-16; middling Orlea
Nw YORK, Febraalf 5.-Cotton qui
sales 20)5, at 12[a13. Gold strong, at 1.051.
BAT:MOR3, February 5.-Cotton quie
AUGUsTA, February 5.-Cotton qi
CHARLEsTON, Febr.zary 5.-Cotton du:
Valuable Town Property I
Dry Goods & .1fIluseery
THIS AND THAT
IN BARGAIN JOB LOTS!
The Popular Idea Struck
AND NOBODY HURT.
C. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
STakes pleasure in announcing to his nu
merous friends in Newberry and country
surrounding, that he has struck the popular
idea, in furnishing
Job Lots of Goods
At Tumble Down Prices!
r Something new and attractive constantly
1spread to the public.
PRICES ALWAYS SUIT.
My stock of FANCY and STAPLE GOODS,l
as wel as NOTIONS is varied, large and
An examination is solicited, and satisfac
C. F. JACKSON,
f MAIN STREET, - - - COLUMBIA, S. C.
: Jan. 24, 4-tf.
i Ary Goods, Groceries, Pe.
LARGE AND VARIED STOtk
'ALL AND WINTER.
Prices to Suit the Times!I
Respectfully calls attention to his large
and complete assortment of
y Consisting of
LADIES DRESS GOODS and CALICOES
of beautiful patterns.
WHITE GOODS, of all kinds.
DOMESTICS, in large variety.
1. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS.
y HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS.
BL ANKETS, &c., &c.
OL OT HING,
- For Men and Boys.
;BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
h~ And many other articles too numerous
-e Warranted 150 proof, as good as any
at M IDDL.ETON'S
H FSH A1WMONIATED PHOSPHATE.
s; I return thanks to my friends and the
37 public generally, for the very liueral patron
*-. age bestowed on me in the past, and re
er spectfully solicit a continuance of the same,
with the assurance that every satisfaction
will be given. M. FOOT.
Nov. 1, 44-tf.
- AND IN LARGE VARIETY.
fi-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
jF. I. kIII.IC
Have now in store, and are offering at
da UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES, a
~. well selected stock of FALL and WINTER
SBOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Which are .complete in all their lines, and
1embrace every article needed by the ladies
n- in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &c , or
ad by ge-itlemnen in PIECE GOODS, UNDER
a WEAR, &c.
~"That our assortment in the above is
.large and superior and cheap, only needs
s-an examination to prove.
is JEANS AND WOOLEN GOODS, HOME
ir SPU~NS, SHEETINGS, BLANKETS, in
an great variety.
he In addition to above we take pleasure in
calling attention to our superior stock of
HEAVY PLANTATION GOODS,
ry, HARDWARE an,! CUTLERY,
he SADDLES and BRIDLES, and
of TRUNKS of all kinds.
ofIn short our stock is full and complete,
and with price3 so low thati we feel confi
dent ingiving satisfaci'on.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
ofOct. 11, 41-ti.
" JEWEmL L ER,
Is now to be found at the store formerly
t- occupied by John F. Speck, where he will
--attend to all business in his line with fideli
ty and dispatch.
gr WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
.. SATISFACTION. .gt
,Aug. 30, 15-ly.
R. & W. C.
We have opened our CUS'
tir. J. E. Phisioc in charge.
neasurement sent on applica
ut cash on delivery.
A Stoves, Tin
iTflE8! g 1JVE81!! I'
Have just received and are contini
COOKING AND H
Lmong others can be fbund the FARMER
re made of the best material, heavy cast exp
We also keep on hand a large stockco
WARZ, in fact everything that is usuallj
JOB WORK A
Such as REPAIRING, ROOFIN(
03P All work crecuted with despatch an
Oct. 11, 41-C'.
Drugs o Fancy Jrticles.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The partne&ship heretofore existing be
twen WM. E. PELHIAM and J. C. WARD
LAW has been dissolved this day by mu
. WM. E. PELHAX,
J. C. WARDLAW.
January 29, 1877-5-8St.
The undersigned have-formed a partner
ship under the r.ame and style of
PELHA & ARDLAW, will CNTINUE
THE DRUG BUSINESS at the same stor<
ocupied by said firm, adjoining the Jewel
ry Store of J. 0. Peoples. All persons in
debted to the late firm of Pelham & Ward
law, will make payment to us, and thus4
holding demands against the firm will pre.
We have on hand a full stock of
FIBSH GSilDE SEEDS,
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM
POUNDED at all hours of the day and
night by Dr. D. S. Pope..PPE
J. C. WARDLAW.
Jan. 80th, 187l7-5--tf.
CL OT HING
Unprecedentedly Low Prices
1RIOl & 00PPO(0I
Respectfully an'ounce to theicitizens <
Newberry that they have now in store a
elegant and cheap stock of
CLOTING FOR KEN AND B0YU
which embraces a large variety of th
LATEST STYLES AND PATTIERNS I.
SUITS, which they can sell at lower price
than ever before offered in this market, an
to which they now invite attention.
They make a specialty in FINE CLOT]
COATS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHIRTf
&c., an examination of which is only nece'
ary to convince any one of the differenc
in ries between this saon and thas
grades, together with FINE GAITER
AND SHOES at prices which defy comp4
iCall and make an e!aminlation befor
purchasing elesewhere, and see if yo
Oct 4 4- Atf. am
3]rA, S. C.
roM DEPARTMENT with
Samples and directions for
:ion. Prices to suit the times,
Jan. 31, 5-tf.
tally adding to their large stock of
DEXTER and KENTUCKI&N, all of which
ressly for the Southern Trade.
f PLAIN, PREbbEI) and JAPANNED TIN
ke)t in a FzRST CLASS STOVE and TIN
1, GUTTERING, SPOUTING, &c.
I ;,atsfaction guaranteed.
GREAT CLEARING-OUT SALE
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
GRN OINIA DRY GOODS ESTAIfl
McCREERY & BROTHER,
COL.UMBiA, S. O.
D. LOV, we wil aepoie sae o u
cost to make ioom for a choice andelegn
SPRINC DRY COODS.
Tefollowing are some of the leading
TaetyBrussels Carpets, best makes,sat
Extra Spr and Ingrain and All1Wool, at
Wnow Saes and Rg below cost.
4-4 Wauasutta Bleach,at1.
Boots anahosat half price.omat0
have bargains to offer our customers. 8m
i snbt on a picaton and expreesage
Grand Central Dryod Estalihmnt,
T. A. McCreery. B. B. cre
Jan. 24, 4-3t.
A pplications i'ill be received by the un
dersigned for the places of Keeper of the
Poor House and Physician for the Jail and
Poor House for the balance of the fiscal
year, until the 15th February next.
Chairman B. C. N. 0.
January 25, 1877-5-3t.
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e neal 80 pages,rc llsrions sperb
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uJan. 31, 5-5t.
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