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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Pope & Wardlaw-Removal. S
John C. Dial-Hardware and Cutlery. d
L. J. Jones-Tan Bark and Hides Wanted.
J. C. Leahy-Complaint to Sell Property, G
J. D. Cash-Revolution is the Order of the
M. H. Campson and others-Pie Nic Din- to
GERMAN MILLET SEED, t
At S. P. BOOZER'S T
Cheap for cash. 13-tf. e.
FALSE LMPRESSION. si
It is generally supposed by a certain
class of citizens, who are not practical Jc
or experienced, that Dyspepsia can not
invariably be cured, but we are pleased
to say that GREEs's AUGUST FLOWER w
has never, to our knowledge, failed to fc
cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint R
in all its forms, such as Sour Stomach, fi,
Costiveness, Sick Headache, palpitation ti
of the Heat t, low spirits, &c. Out of g
30,000 dozen bottles sold last year, not gi
a single failure was reported, but tc
thousands of complimentary letters re- hli
ceived from Druggists of wonderful et
cures. Three doses will relieve any
case. Try it. Sample Bottles 10 cents. at
Regular Size 75 cents. For sale by y
Dr. W. E. Pelham. 12 tf.eow. th
With the coming of Spring, comes a fu
general going over in household af- P
fairs. The tidy housewifelooks over R
and into everything from the cellar m
to tho attic; kitchen, pantry,. dining M
room and bed room are examined, and of
of course many indispensable articles re
are either badly worn, broken or alto
gether missing. It follows naturally
that all these different things must be re- C1
placed, and the next question is, where bt
are they to be had at the lowest prices? ti
This iseasily answered. Messrs. Kings- di
land & Heath, under the Columbia Ho
tel, Columbia, S. C., wholesale and re- N
tail dealers in China, Glass, Crockery,
Tin, Wood and Iron Ware of all kinds,
can supply any and all wants in house is]
furnishing. Send them an order and
be convinced. 11-tf. n
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clock
or watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 35-1y -
DE.AT.-Dr. Win. ML. Kinard died at his M
residence, Tuesday morning, at half past so
nine o'clock, after a lingering and painful
illness. His funeral will take place on Wed
nesday afternoon at two o'clock, and the
services will be conducted by the Revs. J. D).
Shirey and H. W. Kuhns, at Beth Eden, to'
which the relatives and friends of the de- a
eassed are invited without furtber no tice.
THoxEPsos, Dentist, Square above Post ~
Office. - -~ 35--tf.
We are requested to announce that gi
there will be a public meeting of the
caCism of Newberry in the Court fr'
House, Monday evening next, at 7 1-2 w
o'clock. The object of the meeting is th
to devise some means to bring about a gi
reduction in freight charges on railroads. tl
The matter is of great interest to all B.
who sell and to all who buy-to every L
citizen; and there will, of~ course, be a p
MATzor.-Oulr esteemed friend, Mr.
M. Foot, will accept our thanks for some y
Matsoth or Passover Bread, received on t
Monday morning. p
BANG !-Mr. Polk Mangum acciden- h
tally shot a calf the other day through
and through with a pistol, and the calfW
still survives. It was the calf of his leg.
THE BAN.-The Brass Band, under he
the leadership of Prof. Hammerschmit, de
is progressing finely. The music fur- ar
nished from the Court House piazza w
Monday night was very good. oc
FRESH VEGETABLES.-The first veg- re
etables of the season were received se
here Wednesday by Mr. L. R. Mar- tb
shall, consistin, of ruta bagas, celery,
radishes, beets, carrots and cabbages. T
AirUS~EEWS.-Theatre goers and all tb
such as keep late hours are very liable at
to contract a severe cough or cold. A of
safe and reliable cure is Dr. Bull's at
Cough Syrup. The price is ,only 25 bi
Goon EFFECTS OF THE UNIFoR.
The Town Council at their last meeting N
had not a single case on docket for trial.
Since the police have appeared in their
blue coats and brass buttons everybodyg
.has resolved to be good. -
Mr. M. Sheely, of Prosperity, says U
that A. B. L. of Atlanta does not knowv t
everything when he says that the col- s
ored people of the State are destitute of s
corn. He says all of his laborers have
SERENADE.-The quartette club of
which Professor Hammerschmit is the h
leader, favored us with a serenade du- h
ring the wee sma' hours of Saturday
night, for which we return the young rt
gentlemen our thanks. st
INSURANCE.-The insurance losses in '
the companies of which Major Win. F. f~
Nance is Agent are being paid as fast
as the claims are presented at the home 13
office. His companies sustain $46,000 v
of the losses by the late fire.
A TWIN EGcQ.-Mr. Gus Maybin has t
a natural euriosity in the shape of a j
twin egg. It was laid by a hen, and tl
consists of two perfect eggs fastened
together; one of them is about-the size a
of a partridge egg, the other a little h
EVOLUTION IS THE ORDER OF
THE DAY. c
The lightning express, chartered by o
'ekers of lowest prices and prettiest -
yles of Millincry. Fancy Goods, La- c
es' Fine Dress Goods, Ladies' and v
ent's fine Custom-made Shoes. Gent's f
ine Clothing, Hats, &c., for the Spring g
id Summer trade, have without solici- b
tion, halted at J. D. Cash's Dry Goods i a
aporium for the next sixty days, with c
e privilege of allowing its passengers E
remain longer, if bargains continue. 1
he great enthusiasm caused by the s
atraordinary pretty styles ard low
-ices is equalled only by the enthu- s<
sm which followed Governor Wade 1t
ampton to Washington. Don't fail to c
1l at Cash's. a
April 3, 1877. it. q
OUR BARBERS.-Newberry is blessed e
ith two as good barbers as can be
und in any other town in the State- P
atley and Dawkins-who, since the "
.e, occupy the same shop. Either of t
em can shave a face as smooth as o
ass, and perform the job with so st
-eat ease and comfort to the sitter as
afford positive pleasure and make tl
m feel regret when the operation is P
ded. Such is our experience.
DEATH.-Mr. Jno. D. Boozer died,
the residence of his mother-in-law,
rs. Stanmore Langford, Friday, in
e twenty-sixth year of his age. The
neral services were conducted, at the
-esbyterian Church Saturday, by Rev.
A. Fair, by whomr the deceased was i
arried precisely two months before to
iss Jane Langford. The sympathies o
the community are extended to the be
aved wife in her sad affliction. 01
JusT OVER THE RIVER."-We ni
ght to have said last week that Col.
ary's Spring is in Edgefield County, st
t those people over there in that see
n are so much like homefolks we
dn't think of it. They vote and pay m
xes in Edgefield, but in other respects -
ewberry claims them. We propose w
petition the next Legislature to abol- to
i Saluda River altogether, and estab- flu
h another boundary line between
Igefield and Newberry somewhere lu
arer the half-way point.
SALE-DAY.-The Court House square s,
esented quite a lively appearance sa
onday. Only one tract of land was c<
Id by the Sheriff-187 1-2 acres, for jo
Mr. Packer sold at auction, for Mr. at
oples, Assignee, a large number of al
tches, for prices ranging little above bl
Mr. Dick sold several horses and s~
ules at auction for different parties. nl
For a time it appeared asif Newberry n
ad suddenly developed itself into ah
and auction establishment,
HEAVY FREIGHT.-Two pieces of
dght left the Newberry depot Fridayb
bose total weight~ was over nine
ousand pounds. One was a large .
anite block, weighing five thousand S
ree hundred pounds, shipped by W.
Franklin, of this County, to E. P.g
mdrum, Charleston. for building pur
ses. This granite was obtained from
quarry on Mr. Henry Rikard's place,.
'o and a half miles from town.
The other -was Peoples' big safe.t
~hen brought here it weighed four Ih
ousand five hundred and ninety ~
nds. It lost by the fire about five c
tdred pounds; its preser't weight is ti
t less than four thousand. The safe ti
as shipped to New York. J
THE COLLEGE.-The last public meet- j
g in the interest of the College -wasd
Id in the Court House last night (Mon- h
y). The meeting was the largest
d most enthusiastic of all. The house
is full, and several ladies graced the
casion with their presence. Sub- ci
riptions were called for, and many
sponded quite liberally; some sub
ribmng for the first time, others raising ,
eir former subscriptions-.b
The Synod meets to-day (Tuesday). t<
us evening, or to-morrow at farthest, d<
e vote will be taken, after a consider-a
ion of all the bids, upon the location tu
the College. We have little doubt I
this time that Newberry will be the t
ghest bidder, and will get the prize. ei
The Rev. Z. L. White preached to a
e Jalapaites on the third Sunday of
aich, and has been invited to fill an T
>potment before the same congre- a'
~tion on the 3rd Sabbath in April. "
Dr. R. P. C., in company with Hayne I
,lately took a trip on horseback to ti
nion County to get a blooded horse of e
C Tucker stock. He got it, and is a
ell satisfied with the animal, but not 3
>with the country. b
A distinguished citizen of this burgh f
aded a horse for a mule, giving ten d
llars boot. It was a bad trade. g
We have heard of no more thieving fi
tely immediately in this neighbor- V
The foundation of Dr. Folk's new n
~sidence was laid on the 28th nlt. The U
yle of the house will be unique ~and si
ill attract attention, being different ai
om anything in this section.s
Mr. J. B. Campbell has quite recent-E
-made some improvements on his tl
iluable lot. ti
Farmers are putting in their guanos0
ir the great staple-cotton. As a rulen
iey are planting more corn than usual. a
alapa is all right on the goose-or ra- yc
ier the corn question.a
The H ERALD comes regularly to hand
d is eagerly read, and we regard it a
ere as the best paper which reaches
alapa. We are sorry to say, however,
.at some who read it are not subscri
CAsH.-A live man and a good me
bant is J. D. Cash, and an inspectic
f his elegant and large stock of goo<
-which embraces everything in ti
atalogue of human wants-will coi
ince the most skeptical that such is tl
ict. Such an assortment of ladies' at
entlemen's fine shoes has never befoi
cen offered to a Newberry public; h
ssortment of clothing too is of su<
iaracter as cannot fil to draw custon
is millinery and dress goods are ra
hing, and the ladies are invited to gi
e and be convinced.
THE SINGING SCHOOL.-Prof. Evan
;hool closed Wednesday night wit
e last of the sixteen lessons of th
>nrse. Many visitors were presen
ad the exercises were continued ti
ALte a late hour; not late enough hov
er to be tedious, for the listenei
ould have been glad to have thet
rolonged an hour or two further. Tb
anner in which the class rendere
eir parts was an abundant evidenc
the competency and care of their ir
ructor. There was no laughing an
Iking by the pupils, as is frequenti
ie case in such gatherings, but ever
ipil was attentive, and everythin
.oved with the regularity and preci:
n of clockwork. The Professor doE
>t organize classes for the amusemer
ther of himself or pupils, but for th
ie purpose of instruction, to whic
id be bends every energy.
The Churches of Newberry and ti
>mmunity at large are greatly indeb
I to Prof. Evans for the very marke
iprovement he has made in the voic(
many of our singers.
We are glad to learn that he wi
)en another school here next Monda
MR. PEOPLES' SAFE.-Newberry wr
irred. to its profoundest depths la
rednesday, and continued in an effel
,scing state till ten o'clock Thursda
orning. T- o agents representing t,
anufacturers of the huge safe i
bich Mr. J. 0. Peoples felt it was sa1
bestow his silver and gold in case <
'e, came to town to adjust matters.
ill be remembered that the safe a
ded to was one of the largest an
ost beautiful of its kind, and of a
fes ever made was considered th
,fest, and as a thing of beauty it w.
>nfidently thought it would prove
y forever. Not so, however, for th
e came, and when the safe had coole
id was opened, Mr. Peoples grew ho
the sight which presented itself
ackness of ruin stared him in the fact
ell, as stated, the agents came at
w and adjusted, by giving Mr. P.
w safe in lieu of the old one. At
>w came the tug-there were te
mudred dollars in the safe barring ti
~autiful paint, and it had to be g<
Lch to the manufactory and fixed a
r another customer. One of the agen
red a number of darkies to get it o'
the ruins and to the depot, the cor
deration being four dollars. It was
ge job, and after hours spent an
llons of sweat wasted it was g<
om the ruins, when the laborers strue
r a more remunerative contract. TI
ent couldn't see it, but he saw tli
rkies surging around him and 1:
tought of the Cainhoy riot and oth<
Ltle unpleasantnesses, and after ten
rizing, finally compromised for te
mts an hour individually, Bly th
mue every man in town who had n<
ing to do became interested spect:
rs. Useful suggestions were made I
em, two or three offered to boss ti
b and get the safe to the depot for te
llars, but the agent had his back u[
s blood was warm, and he said la
ould fight it out on that line if it toc
I summer. At this juncture our ri
rter left the ground, and thus endet
The second ehapter began in the afte:
>on at 2 o'clock. Col. B. F. Griffin
agon was in town for guano; the drive
i a private speculation of his own w:
i carry the safe to the railroad for twi
llars. Two wheels were taken o:
ad the darkies were rolling the for
ousand pounds of iron over and ove
ke a bale of cotton. It was just abot
Scome down upon the bed, with
-ash of spokes and spindles, when tt
olonel appeared on the scene and p1
stop to that proceeding.
Here chapter number three begin;
he fat agent reconnoitred aroun
vbile and found another wagon, whic
as placed in position at 4 o'cloc]
hen the darkies began work again
is time sliding the safe up on plan]
igewise. The general public took a
sorbing interest in. the proceedin,
inety-seven spectators were preser
yactual count, every one telling ti
t agent just how the thing should]t
>ne. Overcome with emotions
ratitude for this unexpecfed kindne:
-om strangers, he retired to some pr
ate place to give vent to his feeling
aing Sandy to boss the job and ti
inety-seven lookers-on to boss Sand:
'arkness came on, but found the sal
ill off. The nine hands knocked c
d took a drink, while the ninety at
ven retired to their homes, to devis
iethods for next day's proceeding
arly Thursday morning all hands an
te general public were promptly c
ie ground. By 10 o'clock the safe w:
. the horses were hitched and ti:
agon moved off', to the surprise <
ne-tenths of the crowd, who expecte
general crash, and to the unspeakab]
sy of the fat agent, and was soon safe]
the depot. Mr. John Kinard,
ading clerk at the depot then put
a the cars, with six hands, in eigl
Handsomely endowed a University in ti
uth; but Dr. James L. Gilder e a rich
r- LOOK OUT FOR HIM.-A negro man
n by the name of Winfield Robertson is
is charged with having committed a most
ie brutal crime in town, the night of the
a- 1st inst. Look out for him. He is 22
ie years old, about six feet high, has no
Ad beard, is of light complexion-had on
ce when he left light pantaloons and dark
h TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
The following transfers of Real Estate
were recorded during the week just
Anthony, Lewis, Martha and Frances
S Wright to Charles Herbert and others,
.h Trustees, 1-2 acre in Helena, $50.
1e Elizabeth Riser and others to J. P. B.
t, Riser and W. L. Riser, 78 1-2 acres,
- J. J. Carrington, Sheriff, to R. W.
"s Boone, 113 acres, $175.
v R. W. Boone to Jas. C. Leahy, 113
e acres, $600.
d Jas. C. Leahy to Morris Means, 113
e acres, $550.
PERSONAL.-Mr. F. H. Dominick
d and family have moved to the planta
y tion he recently purchased-the Ander
son place, in Floyd Township. It is one
g of the best places in the county.
Mr. S. J. Wooten. who was Manag
s ing Clerk in Pool's Hotel here for sev
t eral years, has gone to Greenville to
hfill a similar position in the Mansion
We were pleased to see Mr. M. G.
e Peake of Rail Road fame in our town
d the other day. He was on a brief visit
d to his native State from Texas, where
s he is railroading with his father, Col.
H. T. Peake.
A private letter from Mr. W. H.
Y Wiseman to Dr. Bruce states that he
has bought land in Caddo Grove with
ts out a stick of timber on it. He has to
At ride a distance of seven miles to get a
L'- switch, the nearest tree being that far
Y from his quarters. His boys no doubt
e are delighted.
n Rev. Mr. Strong, of Cross Hill, Lau
Ee rens County, preached in the Presbyte
>f rian Church Sunday.
[t Mr. C. W. Jones left Newberry
1- Thrrsday for Lancaster.
1 NEWINDUSTRY.-The reader is aware
by this time that Mr. Crede is. mann
e facturing No. 1 candy, which he sells
i at the fabulously low price of eighteen
acents per pound. Feeling some curiosity
eto know if the candy was sweet, and if
dso, how it could be made for that price,
tour reporter was furnished with eigh
teen cents and despatched to purchase
a pound. He liked it so well that not
da single stick was brought back by him.
aHis report is most favorable; he arrived
dthere in the nick of time and found
nCrede standing over a cauldron of boil
e ing sugar, and was politely .invited to
tsit ahd wait the auspicious moment
Still the sweet flnid was ready for pour
ing. During the interval he found out
it by observation and questioning, that
1Mr. Crede was an expert in the busi
aness, and this coupled with the fact that
d he is a most industrious man and does
>his own work. is the only secret of the
k cheapness of his candy. From the boil
e ing to the porn,the coloring, flavor
eing, pulling, and final rolling and cut
e tng in to tepiglittle bristle sticks,
rwhich sets little folks' mouths to water
ing and wishing, and papa's fingers to
Sfeel after the nickels, the modus operandi
swas highly pleasing to our reporter,
who says that if he ever gets poor at
his present occupation he will get up a
e Everything about the place was as
n neat and clean as a new pin. The candy
' is made from the best grade of A sugar,
e and no flour or chalk or any other
cheapening substance is placed in it
sugar, and sugar alone, with the flavor
hing extracts and coloring matter, find
ing their way into its manufacture. Mr.
r- Crede's enterprise merits a large appre
s ciation from dealers in town and coun
r try, for by it they can get a better article
of candy laid down at their doors for
s the same price that they pay for the
o steam refined which isof inferior quality.
'An Earnest AppeaL
r Friends. fellow-citizens, debtors!
t Hear us ! We were in a strait
a before the late dreadful fire, but
t now we are absolutely straight
ened out, and if ever a period
- existed which made it neces
h sary for us to call on our friends
.to aid us by paying up, now is
certainly that time. We make an
searnest appeal, therefore, to one
,and all to come and pay us a por
it tion, if not all that they owe us,
ethat we may be enabled to resume
yf business again. Our losses are
is heavy, and we feel assured that
the friends we have favored in
ebetter times will generously come
'. forward now and help us in this
eour time of adversity. Come for
a ward then, friends, and make no
edelay, for we need the help called
d for. McFALL & POOL.
e ADVICE GRATIS.
The Hon. Alexander H. Stevens says:
d"The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has proven
ea most valuable remedy to me."
yGov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
'' I shall always use it with perfect confi
it dence, and recommend it to the public as a
remedy which wil-l afford that satisfaction
experienced by me and mine. It excels
everything for coughs, colds and obstinate
ie lung affections."
-r Ex.Go Bronmnf Ga., says:-''He finds
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
No lack of bonnets in Newberry.
Two grand millinery openings.
Fathers and husbands are growing
Double knots are being tied to purses.
We heard him say "Not now, love."
Moonlight blue is the popular shade
The rabbits laid some beautiful eggs
last Sunday, in honor of Easter.
Chickens in the shell are plentiful at
20 cents a dozen.
What a 'at 'e 'as on 'is 'ead-the new
That ten-acre field of oats of Mr.
Thad. Duncan looks well.
Why is the nursery a good place for
a dance? Because it is a regular bawl
Why is blind man's buff like sympa
thy? Because it is a fellow feeling for
a fellow creature.
The season of Passover commenced
on Thursday evening; it is religiously
There is no use to deny it: business
is not as brisk as we would like to see
Since things have grown quiet below
stairs we are at a loss what to complain
John has found the very place-he
says there is no need of getting on one's
If the Academy boys manage their
books as well as they do the ball and
bat Prof. C. ought to be happy.
The busiest man in town is young
Boland; he is putting on fresh paint in
every direction, and in a first rate style.
Mrs. Whaley's new house is already
under course of erection, and it will not
be long ere it is completed.
Dr. W. F. Pratt will soon open a new
stock of drugs and medicines in one of
Mr. R. L. McCaughrin's frame build
ings, this side of Masonic Hall.
A mule, hitched to a wagon, created
considerable merriment on the public
square Wednesday by a fine exhibition
of his favorite performance.
There are so many hash houses in
town now that the traveling public and
ajfew of the rest of mankind can all
We would like to write something
pleasant about Spring, but feel afraid
lest the weather change immediately
Spring beets, radishes, onions, tur
nips, etc., were on the market last
week-Marshall imported them from
Charleston-together with oysters in
Newberry has a Henan from Bush
River. He hits from the shoulder, and
in a pinch uses a hoe. We would like
to have him do our collecting.
Drs. Pope & Wardlaw are now to
be found in Tarrant's old stand. Mc
Fall & Pool are there also.. The milli
nery establishment is in the rear. The
combination is unique. The one doc
tors the inner man, the other the out
The Herald office is in the same old
place, and there is nothing to distract
attention from the main point-recep
tion of dues.
Neither has there been a change in
the Book Store, except that new goods
have been added to the stock.
That Comet would have been dis
covered the 1st of April, but Sunday
night is not the proper time to make
astronomical observations-and we
couldn't get out the paper then either.
The latest agony in fashion in
the feminine rider is a martingale at
tached to the knees. This imparts a
regular, graceful step. We would call
this an L-E-G-ant arrangement.
Postmaster Boone has subjected the
outside of his office to a scouring, which
has improved its looks very much.
Ordinarily folks only scour the inside,
but Mr. Boone does both.
All the wagons in the county rolled
into town on Saturday last, and the
braying of mules made the air vocal
with music. Merchants were kept
busy by a large trade.
It is a source of regret that the di?
goods, millinery, grocery and drug
stores offered such attractions that very
few persons found time to visit this of
fice. One individual only called-and
he came to see about his paper, not to
Pope & Wardlaw have luckily "struck
ile" in a man who agrees to test any
patent preparation for liver derange
ments. They are consequently quite
happy. Their perambulators are pop
Again are we under obligation to
Mr. Jas. Meredith, the model farmer
and dairyman of Helena. He keeps
everything and everybody up to the
mark, and, the consequence is, always
has an abundance of everything in their
seasons. Success attend him.
per-pound-candy is pronounced by the
sweet-toothed deliciously nice. How
he can afford to make it at that price is
a mystery. The only objection we have
to it is, that being so good it does not
The Court House square was deserted
on Thursday morning; everybody was
at the big safe moving. It was a mov
ing time, and nearly moved our repor
ter to tears to see the agony of the safe
Martin Harris, Os. Wells and other
moving men say they could have moved
the safe in an hour and a half for ten
dollars, but the agent bossed his own
job, paying twice that amount and oc
cupying twenty-four hours. He had
his own way of doing things.
A little boy on being asked what
pleasure he would forego during the
Lenten season, answered, "I'll stay
away from school." That boy will go
behind the returns some day.
The Abbeville Press & Banner says
that some of its subscribers have got re
ligion, but still owe for -their paper.
There is one consolation, friend Wilson,
they will never get to heaven. We
~nn~ Af thA ~amA kind.
Importer and Dealer iv
Iron, Steel, Nails, Casting
Smut Machines, Circul
Pans, Carriage Buildinj
INDIA RUBBER anc
HOUSEKEEPINC AND I
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, PAINTS, OIL
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOT BELT
Dry Goods, Groceries, 94
IROM TII ANHN
At His Ante Bellum Stor
The citizens of Newberry are respectful
informed that I have moved
MY DIMGED STOtK,
saved from the late fire, to the stored occ1
pied by me before the war,
All of Which I Will Sell
At Greatly Reduced Price
TO CLOSE OUT STOCK.
ialgalos Cao iow Be H&
I return thanks for the liberal patrona;
bestowed upon me in the pas!,, and respec
fully ask my friends and the public to vis
me in my present q9arters.
- II. FOOT.
Mar. 14, 1 1-tf.
AND IN LARGE VARIETY.
F. . 1. El~
Have now in store, and are offering
UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES,
well selected stock of FALL and WINTE
Which are complete in all their lines, at
embrace every article needed by the .ladic
in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &c, <
by gentlemen in PIECE GOODS, UNDEI
That our assortment in the above
large and superior and cheap, only need
an examination to prove.
JE ANS AND WOOLEN GOODS, HOM1
SPUNS, SHEETINGS, BLANKETS, I
In addition to above we take pleasure
calling attention to our superior stock of
HEAVY PLANTATION GOODS,
HARDWARE anr1 CUTLERY,
SADDLES and BRIDLES, and
TRUNKS of all kind
In short our stock is full and complet<
and with prices so low that we feel cons
dent in giving satisfaction.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BOXI
TOBACCO, of different brands. On har
and for sale cheap, by
.J. B. LEONARD & CO.
Mar. 28, 13-tf..
ThMA L BOZZ
Respectfully announces to the public the
he has re-opened his
one door South of his old stand, where I
will continue to keep the very best of
Wines, Liquors and Ales
Arrangements will soon be complete
for the opening of the BILLIARD ROON
of which due notice will be given..
Mar. 21, 12-1m.
CANDY AT 18 CENTS.
I am selling pure, fresh CANDIES at th
lowest figures ever known in Newberry
ONLY 18 CENTS PER POUND. Mant
factured from the very best sugar. Ca
and see for yourself.
Mar. 28, 18-lm.
THE BEST NEWS YET I
A DESPATCH FROM "OuR GOVERNOR."
WASHINGTON, April 2, 1877.
To Hon. W. D. Sinnpson, Colnrbia, S.C.:
Everything satisfactorily and honora
bly settled. I expect our people to pre
serve absolute peace and quiet. My
word is pledged for them and I rely on
them. WADE HAMPTON.
[Telegram to the Register.J
THE TROOPS TO BE REMOVED!
"OUR GOVERNOR" AT LAST.
WASHINGTON, April 2.-The formal
order to General Ruger to remove the
troops from the State House at Colum
bia to their camp is being prepared by
the Secretary of War, but will not be
sent to Ruger or made public till to
morrow. General Sherman was closeted
with Secretary McCrary for some time
before the preparation of the order was
commenced, which will be in the .ature
of a despatch to General Ruger, and
not a general order, through the usual
military channels. It is generally be
lieved the order will not be sent until
submitted to the Cabinet to-morrow
Chamberlain, up to 4 o'clock, did not
believe the conclusion to remove the
troops from the State House had been
reached. When be had official confirma
tion of the fact, he said: "It ends the
struggle, and makes General Hampton
Chamberlain dines with the President
to-night, and leaves for Columbia
When Governor Hampton was in
formed this afternoon, in advance of the
official notification, that an order would
be issued for the removal of the troops
from the State House, he expressed him
self much gratified, but said it was no
more than he expected from the prin
ciples announced in the inaugural ad
dress. He was somewhat interested to
know whether the order would take im
mediate effect, as he wished to be pres
ent in Columbia when it was executed.
However, as a precautionary measure,
he would at once telegraph to friends in
Columbia his earnest wish that there
should be no outward demonstration,
such as might disturb the public peace,
and he was satisfied his advice would be
respected. On the withdrawal of the
troops from the State House, he would
direct that a guard of two unarmed men
be sent there to guard it from improper
interruption, and he thought such force
would be sufficient for the purpose. He
felt satisfied there would be no disturb
ance, and that the people throughout
the State would take courage to repair
their shattered industries. He called
this afternoon to take leave of the Pres
ident, and thank him for the withdraw
al of the troops, repeating the assurance
given in his recent letter, that all should
share alike in the protection of the law,
and not doubting his ability to preserve
the peace. He -does not apprehend
that Mr. Chamberlain will take any
action with regard to the custody of
the State House. Governor Hampton
leaves to-night for Columbia. It seems
to be understood that, in accordance
with Governor Hampton's wishes, the
order will not reach Roger until
NEwBEERY, S. C., Mar. 31, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Mar. 31, 1877:
Franklin, Miss S. A. Thomas. John
Mills, Mrs. Christia iWicker, Cornelia
Morgan, Mrs. Jane Wattleton, Mrs. Betty
McNeel, Jno. IWicker, Miss Nora
Sboremon, Milley Young, Mrs. M. Jane
Parties calling for letters will please say
itf advertised. R. W. BOONE,?P. M.
Dr. S. F. Fant is giving away a handsome
book entitled ''Pearls for the People." con
taining much valuable information and
many interesting articles. It also contains a
history of the discovery of the "Hepatine,"
for diseases of the liver, dyspepsia, Consti
pation and indigestion, &c., and gives posi
tive assurance that when the Hepatine is
used it effects a permanent and lasting cnre
of these diseases, which prevail to such an
alarming extent in our country. Take the
Hepatine for all diseases of the liver.
NEwBEERY, April 3.-Cotton quiet-mid
dling 101. Bales shipped during week 57.
NEW YoRK, April 2.-Cotton qRiet-Up
lands 11k; Orleans 11; sales 259.
BALTIMORE, April 2.-Cotton firm-mid
AUGUsTA, April 2.-Cotton quiet-mid
CHARLESTON, April 2.-Cotton firm-mid
dl ing 111a11i.
I. B. lEONARD & S0.,
Corner of Pratt & Nance Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WIlES All LILUI,
Of best brands and warranted.
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
Having made a final settlement on the
estate of Belton Counts, I will apply to the*
Probate Court for Newberry County, on the~
first day of May next, for a final discharge
as Administrator thereof.
H. H. COUNTS,
March 27, 18'77.-13 5t.*
Builder & Oonltractor,
Will take contracts for building Stores
or Dwellings in any part of the State.
Mar. 28, 13-3m*
To the Traveling Public.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form his frientls and the general public,
ENGLISH and A3 TCAJ
,, Mill Stones, Bolting Cloths,
ar Saws, Mill Irons, Sugar
y and Trimming Materials,
l LEATHER BELTING,
ith and Tanners' Tools,
a, ENCH AND AMERICAN WINDOW GLAas,
3, POWDER FLAS, POWDER, SHOT, &e.
bia, S. 0.
I The creditors of the estate of Robert
Scruggs will present their demands, duly
attested, to the undersigned en or before
the first day of May next, or else they will
be barred payment.
W. A. FALLAW,
March 20, 1877-13-3t. Adm'r..
J. N. MARTIN & CO.,
Agents for Piedmont
Shirting and Sheeting.
Mar. 21, 12-tf.
y PARKER'S HOUSE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Since the burning of the Hotel at this
place, and appreciating the need of accom
modations for travelers passing through
- the town, I am prepared to take transient
boarders, furnishing good board and raogn.
The House is most pleasantly situated in
the centre of the town. A porter will be
at the depot to attend to -baggage. Orders
concerning the House can be left at the
Store of F. N. Parker, opposite the Post
Persons wishing table board can be ao
commodated at the usual rates.
MRS. L. S. PARKER,
Mar. 21, 12-1m. Proprietor.
Permanently Cured-no humbug-by. one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Lelebrated
e Infallible Fit Powders. To convince suffer
ers that these powders will do all we claim
t- jfor them, wewill sen them by mail ot
I nyphysician that has ever made this
disease a special study, and as to ourknow
ledge thousands have beenpem enl
cured by the use of these powdr, we'wl
guarantee a permanent cure in every case.
or refund yon all money expended. -A11suf
ferers should give these Powders an early
trial, and be convinced of their curative
P, c,for large box, $3.00, tea 4 boxes for
1$l0.00, sent by mail to any patof United
States or Canada on receipt ofprice, or by'*
express, C.0O. D. Address,
ASH & EOBBMNS,
'360. FULTON STREET
Mar. 28, 13-1ly. BROOKLYN,'N..
All sufferers from this disease that are
anxious to be cured should try Dr. Kissner's
ACelebrated Consumptive Powders. These
a Powders are the only prparation known
R that will cure Consumptin and all diseases
of the Throat and Lungs-indeed. so strong
is our faith in them, and also to convince
you that they are no humbug, we will for
9wrtoever sufferer, by mail, post paid,
a freTrial BO.
We don't want your money until you are
prfectly satisfied of their curative pwr.
Iyor life is worth saving, don't ea in
giig these Powders a trial, as they -will
sure cfr lrge box, $3.00, sent to any pr
of th United States or Canada by mallo
receipt of price. Address,
'S 360 FULTON STREET,
r Mar. 28, 13-ly BROOKLYN, N..
is The copartnership .heretofore existing
between W. G. MAYES and J. N. MARTIN,
has been this day dissolved by mutual con
n January 1st, 1877.
n All persons indebted to the late firm of
MA.YES & M ARTIN, must settle the same
at their earliest convenience. J. N. Martin
alone is authorized to receipt for all moneys
paid irL on accountof the old firm.
.W. G. MAYES,
J. N. MARTIN.
Feb. 7, 6-tf..
~:Notice is hereby given that on the 11th
day of A pril next I will make a final settle
mnent upon, and immediately thereafter
apply for a final discharge as Executor of,
the Estate of Robin Caldwell, deceased.
JAMES A. CALD WELL.
'March 5, 1 877-10-5t.
BRM! DM! ! JIIIJK!!!
SFOR SALE CHE AP.
The subscribers have on hand 100,000
WELL BURNT BRICK, which they will
1deliver on board of cars at Ninety-Six, at
]$8 per thousand, per whole .lot, or $8.50
- per Lhousanld for smaller lots, delivered on
cars. Builders now in want of good Brick
will do well to make early application to
T. C. LIPSCOMB & SON,
Mar. 14, 11l-4t* Ninety-Six, S. C.
e Country Bacon, Sides,
Shoulders and Hams.
J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Mar. 21, 12-tf.
LAND FOR SALE..
-I have over 2,000 ACRES of fine land in
Hempstead County, Arkansas, that I wiil
sell, in whole or in part, at a price far be
e low its value. Well adapted to STOCK
- R AISING, and to COTTON and CORN. In
four miles of the Cairo and Fulton R R.
A splendid chance for some man who wants
to "go West."
. W ALL AC1t
Newberry, S. G., March 21; 12-St.
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