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Special and Local.
INDEX TO Nzw ADVERTISEMENTS.
N. B. Mazyck-Lost.
C. G. Jaeger-Notice.
Thos. S. Moorman-Notice.
R. M. Wallace-Sale of Land.
J. J. Carrington-Sale of Land.
J. J. Carrington-Sheriffs Sales.
W. M. Shackleford-HoUse to Rent.
E. H. Frost & Co.-Soluble Pacific Gaano.
Nancy E. Kibler-Administratrix's Notice.
John R. Spearman-Administrator's No
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 "bold 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
It is reported that BOSCHEE'S GER
MAN SYm.P has, since its introduction
in the United States, reached the im
mense sale of 40,000 dozen per year.
Over 6,000 Druggists have ordered this
medicine direct from the. Factory, at
Woodbury, N. J,, and not one has re
ported a single failure, but every letter
speaks of its astonishing success in
curing severe Coughs, Colds settled on
the Breast, Consumption, or any disease
of the Throat and Lungs. We advise
any person that has any predisposition
to weak Lungs, to go to his Drug
gist, Dr. Wm. E. Pelham, and get this
Medicine, or inquire about it. Regular
size, 75 cents; Sample Bottle, 10 cents.
Two doses will relieve any case. Don't
neglect your coughs.
Jan. 17, 3, 3m.eow.
When $dward Scholtz repairs your ciock
or watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-ly
T$OxPSON, Dentist, over Phifer's Ste.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Sur
The letter of Joseph D. Boston to
Senator Robertson will appear in our
Mr. Shackleford offers a desirable
house for rent at the low price of $12.50
per month. See advertisement.
COUWr CONymrION.-Attention is
invited to the call-of the County Demo
cratic Convention the 21st instant. See
WHO IS H.?-He criticizes and at
tempts to ridicule Gov. Hampton's ap
pointmnents in this county. Is he a de
spairing Rad, or a disappointed Demo
This is a dangerous season, and often
the fondest mother's care is no protec
tion against Coughs and- Colds and
Hoarseness. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
should therefore be kept in readiness.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Missionary Society of the Thompson
Street Church, will be held in that
Church this Tuesday evening. Ad
dresses will be made, and the public
arC invited to attend.
NEWBRBRY IS THE BANNEEn COUNTr.
-We have just learned from Lieut.
Gov. Simpson, who passed through
Newberry to-day (Tuesday) on his way
to his home in Laurens, that Tax Agent
U. B. Whites has paid in more than the
one-tenth tax that was called for by
*UTrIuznwG "CONVICT LABOR"-GOOD
EXAMPLE FOR THE STAE.-The Town
Council, instead of paying fifty cents a
day for the board of criminals in jail,
make them pay a fine or work the
streets. Four were convicted a week
ago, and were given their choice-one
pam three worked. This is a very
. roper plan.
GATE-LIFTING.-Mr. Warren Jones,
living on Harrington Street, had his
gates taken o.ff Wednesday night. The
next day he found them in rear of the
little brick house on the same street,
where the mischievous boys had hidden
them. That's poor sport, and a little
dangerous too. Somebody might get
Harry Hampton, the light-fingered
darkey who was up before our Town
Council two weeks ago for gambling,
has been plying his trade among his
colored brethren of Abbeville, and a
Trial Justice of that county has sent a
warrant to Columbia for his arrest.
Harry is a good illustration of the
MOTHER GOOSE.-Can't some of our
enterprising ladies get up a Mother
Goose entertainment? It would afford
infinit delight to the little folks, and
efet the big ones would enjoy it. The
necery expense could be easily raised
-by a small admittance fee. The "Mo
ther Goose Melodies" save been acted
in Augusta and Chs-leston rezcently
with great success and 'to the amnuse
ment of young and old.' Wi will
A LIBERAL CFFER.-The celebrated
fertilizer, Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s Man
*ipulated Guano, is offered on liberal
terms, delivered at depot9 in the inte
rior, with option of yaying in cotton
on the basis of 15 cents for middling,
delivered at planter's nearest depot by
A soul can be made happy by expend
ing five cents for a valentine, and six
for twenty-five cents. At the same cost
a sofl may be made fighting mad. All
depends on the character of the valen
tine. For sale at the Herald Book Store.
ECONOMY IN TIME.-When the days
are bright and pleasant one can scarce
ly see a dozen farmers in town; but in
bad weather there are crowds. The
reason is, they are at work during the
good weather, and come to town to
transact business when they can't do
anything at home. This is the right
kind of economy, especially at this sea
son of the year.
We generally look over the land
sales on sale-day in the different coun
ties of the State, and so far as we have
observed land sells for better figures in
this county than any other. That
speaks well for the soil and the pros
perity of the county. Where lands
command a good price farming must
be remunerative; and that is the foun
dation of all prosperity.
BASE-BALL.-The boys of Miss Lea
veIl's school challenged Prof. Clark
son's boys for a game of Base-ball. The
challenge was accepted, nine champion
players were selected on each side, and
the contest was had Friday afternoonl
in the old field in the rear of Mr. Ram
age's house. After an exciting game
Miss L.'s boys gained the victory by
large odds. Miss L. ought to give her
young heroes a chromo.
ROANOKE COLLEGE.--We return
thanks to student W. C. Dreher for an
invitation to the Annual Celebration,
the 22nd instant, of the Ciceronian Lit
erary Society of Roanoke College, Sa
lem, Va. One of the two Debaters for
the occasion is T. W. Dreher, of Po
maria, and W. C. Dreher is on the com
mittee of invitations. We are glad to
see our young Newberrians taking so
fine a stand at College.
COME To His SENSES.-Last week we
mentioned the refusal of Sheriff Car
rington to recognize a commitment
from Trial Justice Packer. The next
day the Sheriff changed his mind, the
prisoner was rearrested and placed in
jail, to serve out his sentence. The of
ficer who refuses to recognize Gov.
Hampton and his appointees simply
plays the fool, and runs the risk of get
ting himself into serious trouble.
THE NEW FInu.-Drs. Pope & Ward
law, who have succeeded Drs. Pelbam
& Wardlaw, are adding to their already
extensive stock of pure drugs and medi
cines. It is a popular firm, with a well
established business, and we take pleas
ure in commending them to the com
munity as in every respect worthy of a
large patronage. Mr. L. Chapin Moore,
one of the most popular and reliable
young men in town, is acting as sales
man for them.
A SUBTrRACTrION THAT IS AN ADDI
TION.-Mr. W. R. Lane is tearing down
one of those lumbering old buildings
on Pratt Street between Shackleford's
and Harris'. Although the building
had quite a dilapidated look the tim
bers, for the most part, were found to
be perfectly sound. Mr. Lane expects
before very long to erect a large brick
storehouse on the lot. That part of
town needs improvement badly. It is
a good stand for business; but in its
present condition is an eyesore to the
place. Let the good work go on.
VocAL MusIc.-Prof. W. H. Evans,
the originator and leader of the Choral
Union of Columbia, is now in New
berry, and will give instructions in vocal
music. All who desire to sing well are
requested to meet him at the Methodist
Church this (Tuesday) evening at 7 1-2
o'clock. Wednesday at 3 P. M., he
will have a "Praise Meeting" at the
same church with the children of the
different Sunday Schools. This a fine
opportunity for members of church
choirs and others to improve their sing
ing. We have frequently heard Prof.
Evans sing, and have attended concerts
given by his classes, and can therefore
conscientiously, and do gladly, recom
mend him as a most thorough and suc
cessful teacher of vocal music.
SHAar PRACTICE.-Mr. Thos. Abrams
came into tc~vn Friday with two of his
colored laborers. When he got ready
to start home his laborers were not to
be found. The police began a search,
and found them in a little wooden shan
ty on Pratt Street, near Snead's, into
which they had been enveigled by
Tweed Franklin, white, - Jackson,
a N. C. negro, and one or two other
negroes, and then fleeced of their money
by some sort of jugglery, or sleight-of
hand trick. These sharpers have pro
bably been plying their trade some
time. Their plan of operation was to
get in with the darkies from the coun
try, make them drunk and then relieve
them of their pocket change. The
shanty in which they operated is a li
censed shaving saloon. It seems the
Town Council have been made the vic
tims of a practical pun-the saloon was
certainly used for shaving purposes,
though not in the sense proposed in the
license. The Council will have an in
terview with the jugglers this (Tuesday)
Dr. S. F. Fant is giving away a bandsome
boo'; entitled 'Pearls for the People." con
-anz~mc aubl nomto n
mainy' muchsin varticlesItao n otains a
hmatny itretn dicey.o Ithals "containea
-., Ar ihn r1ienenry of the "Henatine.
The festival Thursday evening was
well attended by the young people.
The old ones, with the exception of the
Editor and a few others, either went to
Church or staid at home. The Hall
was tastefully decorated, the tables well
filled and the clerks attentive and pret
ty. The receipts were quite encour
Newberry can beat any other place
of its size in the number of trifling, idle
negro boys. They collect on the street
corners, around the Post Office, or
wheresoever else they have no business.
Thursday morning, out of curiosity, we
counted twenty of the young scamps at
one time spinning their tops in front of
the Court House. If their parents want
them to be of any account they had
better put them to work, or, at least,
keep tnem at home. The street is a
bad place for idle boys, white or black.
A TIDE.-There is a tide in the affairs
of men, which taken at the flood leads
to fortune. In the appointment of Mr.
Packer as Trial Justice an opportunity
is afforded business men, (who have been
deluded with the hope that long stand
ing accounts would be settled simply
by a polite asking,) of taking this tide,
and if it does not lead them immediately
to fortune, it will give them a start in
that direction. We have quite a number
of open accounts, sufficient to fill one of
our last year hats, and in all probability
they will find their way into Mr. Pack
er's hands. In railroad parlance, look
out for the engine when you hear the
ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO STEAL.-Last
week we stated that Mr. W. T. Tar
rant's cellar was broken open the night
of the 1st, and a considerable quantity
of meat stolen. Sunday night Mr. T.'s
cook heard some parties trying to break
irito the kitchen, where Mr. T. had
placed the remainder of his meat. The
rogues ran off; but Mr. T., thinking
they might return, sat up to watch. In
about an hour they returned, when he
fired two shots at them, without effect
so far as known. On examination it
was found that they had attempted to
break in at the window and also.at the
door. The Intendant intends hereafter
to watch his meat intently.
ROSETTE PAr.-On Friday night
next the ladies and gentlemen of New
berry, together with the youth of both~
sexes, will, thanks to some of our fair
matrons, have an opportunity of enjoy
ing themselves in a novel and pleasing
manner at Temperance Hall. The ob
ject is to raise a small sum for benevo
lent purposes, and the plan is this: An
admission fee of only ten cents is
charged. Each lady on entering receives
a rosette, which she places in a recep
tacle, her name first being written on
it. In due course these rosettes are
drawn out by the young gentlemen,
who are thus elected to pay court by
promenading and other soft attentions
to the young lady whose name is upon
the rosette drawn. Besides this he is
entitled to treat his fair partner to
bread and butter, hot coffee, Norfolk
oysters, oranges and what-nots at a cost
depending somewhat on the lady's ap
petite. The announcement of an enter
tainment so unique and so moderate in
its cost, and at the same time so innocent
in its character will be received by young
and old with satisfaction, and we are
satisfied that the hall will be crowded.
Doors will be opened at 7 1-2 o'clock.
PERSONAL.-Robt. McKay, Esq., of
the Greenville News, was in town last
week. He paid us a short visit, and in
less than two minutes made every body
in the establishment, down to the devil,
feel perfectly at home by his genial
manner and hearty good-humor.
Di-. Jas. K. Gilder returned last week
from New York City, where he had
been some months in attendance upon
the lectures in the Medieal College. He
is looking well. "Dr. Gilder" is an
honored name in this county, and the
present representative will no doubt
bear it worthily. We wish him much
Rev. R. D. Smart, who preached sev
eral sermons last week at the Methodist
Church, made a fine impression upon
his hearers. Mr. Smart graduated in
1868 at Wofford College, afterwards at
the theological seminary in. Columbia,
and since then has traveled extensively
in Europe. These advantages, added
to his natural abilities, have rendered
him .minently fit for the high office to
which he has been called. He was
originally from Beaufort, and is at pres
ent stationed at Cokesbury.
Mr. J. C. Wardlaw and family, for
merly of Walhalla, have come to New
berry to live, and have taken the house
of Mr. Humbert on Pratt Street.
Col, D. Wyatt Aiken passed through
Newberry Wednesday on his way to
the State Grange, which met in Colum
bia the 7th instant.
RAND's NEW YORK CITY BosniESS
DIRECTORY.-This is the title of a valu
able work of commercial reference, just
issued by WALTER HEUGH & CO.,
Printers and Publishers, of 14 Park
Place, New York. It contains a full
and complete list of all the IMPORT
ERS, JOBBERS and MANUFACTU
RERS doing business in the great me
tropolis, classified and arranged by
Trades and Occupations, and giving
their street and number address. It is
an invaluable work for the Country
Merchant. It tells him where to obtain
anything from a needle to a steam en
gie-ffrto eodhns h
mina nf Reet ne cannna hondo na
THERE'S MONEY IN IT.-One of
finest and most varied stocks of jewe
watches, clocks, silverware and fa:
articles in the State can be found at
store of our esteemed friend, Mr. WW
Glaze, of Columbia, and whatever
offers can always be relied on as be
the best. All is not gold that glitt
but when Mr. Glaze pronounces
article pure no discount will ever
found in it. He is disposing of his i
gant large stock at very low prices t
thus affording opportunities for 1
gains, which we advise our friends
take advantage of. Mr. G.'s experiei
in fire arms and sporting apparatus
sides, makes him an authority in
such matters, and an outfit obtainei
him is sure to give satisfaction. G
him an order by all means.
Sniffles was unhappy last week-n
his cup runneth over. If there is f
thing new under the sun, good, bad
indifferent, he is certain to hear of
This time it is good, and the reader v
rejoice. His liver is continually gett
the upper hand of him-now he is a
to take an inturn on it. A distinguist
Cokesburian arrived here last we
His experience was like unto that
Sniffles. Hepatic Compound, Hepati
August Flower, Vinegar and Hostett<
Bitters, Blue Pills, Tutt's and all ot]
kinds of pills, together with Dr. Bay]
Taylor's Wonderful QueeL's Delig
manipulated from the water of Scol
Creek in this County. all, all have bE
tried with like results. The unri
member defied everything known
the Materia Medica, till he was able
cry Eureka in the newly discovei
Liver Pad. It was worth seeing
meeting between Sniffles and his friei
The friend looked so triumphan
happy, and there was an odor ab+
him which seemed to come from a fi
class sausage house, where sage a
onions are largely used; there wa
fullness about the pit of the stoma,
too. Sniffles nosed the one and saw 1
other, and felt at once that somethi
had turned up for the better, althou
the scent was a trifle disagreeat
Said he, "Why is this thus? What I
come over your dream?" Placing
hand on the pit of his stomach,
friend said solemnly, "It's all along
the* Liver Pad; it has made a mar
me-never felt better in my lif
Hastily shaking bands with him, Snif
rushed to the apothecary shop of Fai
~and bought two dollars worth of p
odor and all, and placed it over his:
and now he is able to look a manj
in the face. Sniffles is a changed ni
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNT.
Mr. E. has another hat.
The Hot Supper made $92.
Roads are getting better-not throt
That load of wood is still out in
cold-last time heard from it was o
a mile outside of town; that was th
A party of fox hunters passed throt
town on Tbursday with about thi
hounds and one red fox. They lool
cold-the hunters did, and the hiou
Don't commence gardening on
extensive a scale yet, for cold and
weather yet to come will spoil y
work. There is enough work of a y
paratory kind to keep one emplo;
until the weather is settled.
The latest thing out is on the fell
who won't work because it spoils
appetite-the only thing worth liv
This is top season and the boys
having a tip top time of it.
Mr. Lawrence R. Marshall is
agent in this county and Laurens
the sale of the Hampton portraits.
The police caught a negro one ni
last week carrying away a sleeper fr
a house on Mr. Humbert's lot.
made a first-rate street-hand, and ]
Jackson is very anxious to get I
Col. G. S. Cannon sold last week f
acres of land, without improvements
Dr. J. W. Folk for $100 an acre.
Dr. will commence building upon it
The suggestions of "General" in
gard to keeping up the Democratic
ganization and increasing its memi
ship are eminently wise, and- dese
There has been a slight rise wil
the past few days in cotton goods.
It is well enough to say "take thi
as they come." But suppose they d
Keene & Austin complain that t
cannot keep an assortment of stoves
hand. The people buy them as s
as they arrive. They advertise-1
is what is the.matter with Hannah
rather the stoves.
The signs of the times are that
will be a prosperous year. Polit
matters will soon be settled. Our S
government will assuredly be in
hands of Hampton, and of course ev
kind of business will be better. 1%
chants should prepare by filling up tl
stores and advertising in the HERA
Glad to hear from Prosperity
week. We are convinced that it
live town. Other towns are still tc
"General" from Smokey Town
something to say in this issue.
promises to sound his horn ag
All kinds of Job Printing is still
ecuted at the HERALD office, an0
moderate rates. Patronize home n
Business has been pretty good fc
The thieves in this section have I
quiet for a week past. The reason
haps is that they are watched clos
The prtred meeting- in the Ni
the The hot supper and promenade con
Iry, cert on last Thursday night was a good
thing. The ladies are always fixing up
acy something to please mankind, and their
the efforts are appreciated.
rm. If any of the HERALD readers desire
he to make a spec. let them offer furniture
ing at auction. There is a class who won't
rs, buy in any other way, and they spend
their money with a prodigal hand.
be With the new removable heels for
le- ladies' shoes, invented by an ingenious
Frenchman. the delectable creatures
00, can proportion their height to that of
ar- their beaux. What next?
to There was an apple wagon in town
ce on Friday last.
be- Just beyond Helena there is a quar
all ter stretch of road which can't be beat
I of for its sticking condition.
ive A little four year old boy in town
said the other day-"Pa, I can feel cold
when I want to." "How?" asked his
pa. "By frizzling up," replied hopeful.
?" A debating club is on the tapis now
-a list for names of members is on the
or show case at Drs. Pope & Wardlaw's.
it. Spring is coming-and mudlarks are
nill beginning to whistle.
ng If the reader is in arrears and has
ble any doubt as to his being cordially re
ied ceived when be comes to pay, let him
sk. dispel such doubt at once. We will be
of so glad to see him.
ae, Has anyone a good cow to dispose of?
,' A good milker of gentle qualities with
r young calf can be sold easily.
ler Valentine's Day is near at band-if
iss any of the young folks desire anything
ht, in that line they can be supplied at the
t's Herald Book Store. Call early before
en the assortment is broken.
ily Leap year is gone, and still there are
to many men in Newberry without house
'ed They think they can weather through
id. Corn is selling in Newberry at eighty
tly five cents a bushel. Irish potatoes bring
The warm weather is causing the
rs plum-trees to bloom.
Music. The Italian harpist came in
a to town on the up train Friday, and the
ab, small boy is delighted.
,he Sunday afternoon was delightful, and
ng many people were out walking.
gh Marshall, a one-armed ex-Confed
le. arate, selling Marshall's fine portrait
as of his ex-Confederate leader, Hampton,
his will undoubtedly meet with great suc
his cess in the counties of Newberry and
of Laurens, for which he is Agent. -
of The Churches were largely attended
es 0Why is it? When the young men go
,it's Church aoethey select the nearest:
isbut when they go with the ladies they
ad, select the farthest.
pit, Trial Justice Packer is getting con
ull siderable business.
an The house and lot on Pratt Street be
longing to Mr. Henry Halfacre has re
cently received some very neat improve
ments. Green blinds have been put to
the windows, and the palings have re
ceived a coat of paint.
Mr. H. C. Moses is attending the
Grand Annual Convocation of the
Grand Royal Arch Masons in Charles
igh ton this week.
Cardinal red is going out of fashion.
the 'Twas too bright to last.
nly A three year old child of Mrs. Moor
reman's Iihcook fell out of doors Mon
day morning and broke its leg.
gh There was a lively serenade in the
t"alley" Monday night. Nathan Brown
kocked Moses Robinson down with a
ads board, and beat him badly.
The Society meeting on Monday af
et ternoon last of the ladies of --Church
get was, in consequence of the fine weath
.re -er, rather slimly attended.
red A team of horses very sensibly stalled
with a load of timber on Caldwell street
oMonday afternoon. It was an enormous
his load, big enough for two. The circum
hsstances of the case: breaking of harness,
runloading, etc., were peculiarly trying,
yet the man in charge never cussed
are one timie. He was as serene as a spning
for WASHINGTON, February 12.-The
Democrats, at the last moment, con
ght cluded not to make objection to Illinois.
om When Louisiana was reached, objection
Hwas made, and the Houses separated.
dm The Commission will meet to-morrow
at 10 o'clock, to hear arguments.
bur A CHEAP COMBNATION.-In con
, to nection with the HEAL1D (which every
['he man in the County should have) we are
at prepared to furnish to all new subscri
bers from this date, the following ex
re -cellent Agricultural Journals at reduced
or- rates, viz: The HERA LD and Southern
>er- eltivator for one year, $4.25, and the
re BHE RALD and American Agricultu? ist,
splendidly illustrated, $3.50. This lib
-eral offer will enable farviers to
hmsecure a first class agricultural pa
per and the HERALD at reduced prices,
ngs neither one of which they should for a
Em't moment do without. The Cultivator
alone is worth $2.10, and the American
hAgriculturist $1.60, and only at the
hen regular rates can either be furnished
-ora* SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not strange that people run off after
hs strange things, when they could do better at
ical home? Nearly every man, woman and child
Late in the country knows Ayer's, Jayne's,
the Wright's, Radway's or Tutt's Pills, and very
ery few know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pills;
[er- and yet, we venture the assertion, that any
aeir one buying and using a single box of Dr.
ID. Gilder's Pills, will never buy one of another
lamanufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells them.
SPECIA L NOTICE.-Businsess no
tices in this local column are inserted at
has the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
He i n
am. Obituaries, notices of meetings, comn
muncations relating to personal inter
ex- ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
[at as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
lea oie,oiure,tiue fr
rlsectan notices ofuarigs, abts wef ae
commupecta ncs of amertinal, asawectea
conmust ic aidosof adpersnlc ace
per-en u ptinfor idce, hHrl
pely. The $2subsritelvie ofnthe12 forasld
hy os,$.50 cent forel re months 2 anrsi
mo2 cnts 75 nent fotre mnth adane
eth- 25 cents for one month, in advance.
At the residence of the bride's father, Ma
jor Swygert, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. J.
E. Watson, Mr. JoHr C. SwYGERT, Agent
of the G. & C. R. R. Co., at Alston, S. C., to
Miss A iA SWYGERT.
May lasting honor crown their days,
And victory shine in all their ways,
And when the tide of life shall cease
May glory fill their souls with peace.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Feb, 10, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Feb. 10, 1877:
Bates, Jack |Robbinson, Mrs. Em
Dawkins, Fate I ma
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
ARRIVALS AT POOL'S HOTEL,
H. F. Welch, Wm. F. Marshall, G. E.
Hawkins, J. Gilillin, Norman W. Smith, B.
Froneberger, J. T. Jordan, E. H. Mashburn,
Charleston; C. B. Walker, W. H. Evans,
Columbia; J. A. Cannon, J. T. M. Riser, Po
maria; J. H. Bouknight, M. B. Davenport,
Jno. Willis, W. F. Huiet, Edgefield; Jno. B.
Spearman, J. S. 1lalock, E. M. Suber, Jas.
C. Clary, T. M. Neel, M. M. Buford, B. D.
Glymph, J. A. Henderson, C. G. Jaeger, E.
C. Jones, Newberry: T. F. Wesson and wife,
New York; W. B. Anderson, Ninety-Six; U.
B. Whites, Prosperity; L. Edwin Myers, T.
W. Ball, E. J. Walker, Thos. M. Barker,
E. M. Wrenn, W. H. Holland, Baltimore;
M. J. Hereford, Anderson; G. T. Speake, D.
W. Boyd, J. S. Bird, Jr., Laurens; L. W.
Simkins, Chappells; C. A. Black, Charlotte,
N. C.; Jno. T. Bynum, Enoree; Alex. Stu
art, Newport, Tenn.; D. Klein, Cincinnati;
W. S. Fraser, Charleston; A. G. Harris,
Jonesborough, Ga.; Robt. McKay, Green
ville; W. C. Irby, T. C. Scott, Clinton; C. F.
Hoke, Frank M. Potts, Atlanta; M. H. Mar
cy, Hartford, Conn.; Dan'l Epps, Union; J.
P. Landrum, Ky.; N. T. Wilson, N. Y.; F.
W. E. Fant, Cork; C. D. Barksdale, T. J.
The Hon. Alexander H. Stevens says:
"The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has proven
a most valuable remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
"I shall always use it with perfect confi
dence, and recommend it to the public as a
remedy which will afford that satisfaction
experienced by me and mine. It excels
everything for coughs, colds and obstinate
Ex-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says :-"He finds
the Globe Flower Cough Syrup a most ex
Such endorsement by our great and good
men deserves the attention of the afflicted.
Those suffering from coughs, colds and lung
affections should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure consumption.
For sale by S. F. Faxr. 44-tf.
Disease Grows Apace,
Like an Ill wind, and cannot be mastered
too early. What is a trifling attack of sick
ness to-day may, if unattended to, become a
serious case in a week. Small ailments
should be Dipped in the bud before they
blossom into full blown maladies. If this
advice were attended to, many a heavy bill
for medical attendance might be avoided.
When the liver is disordered, the stomach
foul, the bowels obstructed, or the nerves
disturbed, resort should at once be had to
that supreme remedy, Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, a few doses of which will restore
healthy action and put the system in perfect
order. It is a wise precaution to keep this
ineomparable preventive in the house, since
it checks, with unrivalled promptitude, dis
orders which breed others far more danger
ous, and In their latest developments are
themselves often fatal. 6-4t.
NEwBEERT, Februar 13.-Cotton firm, at
11*a12 for middling. Bles shipped during
LIvERFOOL, February 12.-Cotton active
and firmer -middling uplands 6*; middling
Orleans 6 15-16.
NEw YORE:, February 12.-Cotton dull;
sales 134, ats12ja13. Gold 1.05*.
BALTIMOEX, February 12.-Cotton quiet
AUGUsTA, February 12.-Cotton quiet and
CHARLESTON, February 12.-Cotton quiet
Dry (Aoods, Groceries, c.
F ALL AND WINTER.
Prices to Suit the limes!
Respectfully calls attention to his large
and complete assortment of.
LADIES DRESS GOODS and CALICOES
of beautiful patterns.
WHITE GOODS, of all kinds.
DOMESTICS, in large variety.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS.
BL ANKETS, &c., &c.
CL OT HING,
For Men and Boys.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
And many other articles too numerous
Warranted 150 proof, as good as any
FISH AMMlONIATED PHOSPHATE.
I return thanks to my friends and the
public generally, for the very liberal patron.
ag-etwdo ei h at n e
spebetfystolici aontmeinaneo the p st,andme,
spetfllyb goicin. a Moniac OfOThesae
Nov. 1he assracethafvr atsato
wlbegvn. M. FOOT
Nov. 1, 44-tf.
1r1A, S. C.
[OM DEPARTMENT with
Samples and directions for
ion. Prices to suit the times,
Jan. 31, 5-tt
ally adding to their large stock of
DEXTER and KENTUCKIAN, all of which
"essly for the Southern Trade.
PLAIN, PRESSED and JAPANNED TIN
kept in a FIRST CLASS STOVE and TIN
GUTTERING, SPOUTING, &c.
l satisfaction guaranteed.
Dry Goods # allll iry.
THIS AND THAT
IN B1fRGAIN JOB .L9TS!
The Popular idea Struck
AND NOBODY HURT.
C. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Tes plesre in anoncg to bis n
srroundng ththe has stukthepoua
Job Lots of Goods
At Tumble Dewi Prices!I
Something new and attractive constantly
PRICES ALWAYS SUIT.
as lstock of FAN and TALE GOOD
An examination Is solicited, and satisfac
C. F. JACKSON,
XAIN STREET, -- - 00LUKBIA4 . C.
Jan. 24, 4-tf.
In accordance with the directions of the
Will of Robert Caldwell, dec'd., I will aell
at public outcry,
On Sale-Day, the Fifth of MKarch&
all the Real Estate of which said deceased
died seized and posese.It comprises
One Hundred and Sixteen
more or less, lying in the County of New
berry, and is bounded by lands of John?P.
Sloan, John P. Buzzard, Mrs. Louisa C.
Lester and others. It will be sold
IN THREE SEPARATE TRACTS,
and a plat of each will be exhibited on day
The terms of sale will be cash, purchasers
payngforpaJAMES A. CALDWELL,
Ex'or. of Will of Robert Caldwell, dec'd.
Feb. 71, 6-4t.
All parties indebted to the Estate of
Hayne D. Reid, dec'd., are called upon to
make settlement on or before the 2d day
of March, and all parties holding claims
against the same will present them proper
ly attested to the undersigned, as on that
day a settlement of said Est ate will be
made. D. 3. HENITZ,
Feb. 7, 6-8/ Administrator.
Applications will 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. IN. 0.
January 25, 1877-5-3t.
Is nIOW to be found at the store formerly
occupied by John F. Speck, where he will1
attend to all business in his line with fideli
ty and dispatch.
gg WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
Aug. 30, 15-1y.
FALL AND WL!
R. & W. C.
We have opened our CUS'
Mr. J. E. Phisioc in charge.
measurement sent on applicat
but cash on delivery.
Have just received and are continu
COOKINC AND H
Among others can be found the FARMER,
are made of the best material, heavy cast expi
We also keep on hand a large stock of
WARE, in fact everything that is usually
JOB WORK A
Such as REPAIRING, ROOFING
[7- All work executed with despatch and
Oct. 11, 41--tf.
Drugs J' Fancy .4rticles.
NOTICE OF DISSOLITION.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween WI!. E. PELEHAM and J. C. WARD
LAW has been dissolved this day by mu
WM!. E. PELHAM,
J. C. WARDLAW.
January 29, 1877-5-St.
The undersigned have formed a partner.
ship under the rame and style of
POPE & IVADIA
and having purchased the entire stock of
PELH AM & WARDL AW, will CONTINUE
THE DRUG BUSINESS at the same store
ocupied by said firm, adjoining the Jewel
ry Store of J. 0. Peoples. All persons in
debted to the late firm of Pelbam & Ward
law, will make payment to us, and those
holding demands against the firm will pre
We have on hand a full stock of
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COM
POUNDED at all hours of the day and
night by Dr. D. S. PoDpe.POE
J. C. WARDL AW.
Jan. 30th, 1877-5-tf.
CL OT HING
UnprecedentedlIy LoW Prices!
RIGT & COPPOIJI
Respectfully an'ounce to the citizens of
Newberry that they have now in store an
elegant and cheap stock of
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS,
which embraces a large variety of thc
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS IN
SUITS, which they can sell at lower prices
than ever before offered in this market, and
to which they now invite attention.
They make a specialty in FINE CLOTH
COATS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHIRTS,
&c, an examination of which is only neces
sary to convince any one of the difference
in prices between this season and the last.
HATS for men and boys of all styles and
grades, together with FINE GAITERS
AND SHOES at prices which defy compe'
itCall and make an examination before
purchasing elesewhere, and see if you
cannot save money.
WIIGiff & IJOPPOK,
No. 4 Mollohon Bow.
Oct. 4, 40-tf