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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31, 1877.
IDEK To Nzw ADV2RTISEMENTS.
J. C. Leahy- Citations.
A. Cregar & Co.-Pictures.
W. M. Moore-Angusta Hotel.
Osborne L. Schumperr-Notice.
Wm. F. Nance-Fire Insurance.
L. E. Brow n & Co.-Cooking Utensils.
Day, Tannahill &Co.-Carriages, Wagons,
Long & Gilliland-Book Binders, Station
G. V. DeG2aa'--To the Public-Price List
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
muni . 'io .s relati &g to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &e. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
legat notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
cormu.oieations of a personal character
must be paid for in advance.
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.25 for six
months,. 75 cents. for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalvnt is paick
TAKE CARE OF No. 1.-The papers
are scanned eagerly by the public to
find out who has the best goods, in the
greatest variety and at lowest prices,
and the public is right. Taking care of
No. 1 is the governing principle these
days. Among. the- many dealers who
advertise in the HERALD, there is no
more reliable firm than Messrs. Kings
land & Heath, the large C;ockery and
Fancy merchants of Columbia. We
can confidently recommend them in all
bauess respects-they have a large
stock, keep. everything in their line
which is known to the trade, sell cheap
and give satisfaction. Visitors to the
eJfwill do *el to examiae their stoek.
Cash ords promptly attended to.
HOW IT IS DONE.
The.first object in life with the Amer
ican people is to "get rich"; the second,
bow to regain good healh. The first
can be obtined by energy, honesty and
saving; the second, (good health) by
using GREE*'s AuGusr FLOWER.
Should you be a despondent -sufferer
from any of the effects of Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint, Indigestion, &c., such
as Sick waanhe, Palpitation of the
Heart, Sour Stomach. Habiaal Costive
ness, Dizzinessof the Head, Nervous
Prostration, Low Spirits, &c., you need
not suffer another day. Two do..es of
AuGusT FLOWER . will relieve you at
once. Sample Bottles 10 -cents. Reg
ular size 75 cents. Positively sold by
alkfirst-Qlass Druggists in the U. S.
REFER to advertisement of Good
Bookrs for the Farm and Garden, and
also to that of the Dispensatory of the
United States. Any of these books will
be furnished b)y us at the prices named.
Books of all kinds at regular publisheis'
p rices. Orders solicited at the Herald
Bok Store and prompt attention given.
Cash in all cases to accompany order.
POMONA HILL NURSERIES,
GREENSBoR0', N. C.
J. VAN LINDLEY, Proprietor.
This is to certify' that S. H. & J. M.
Hamipton aieregular authorized agenLs for
the above named Nurseries during the Sum.
mer, Fall and Winter of 1877. All orders
taken by them will be file by my super
viaton.' J. . VAN.LINDLEY,
Oct. 10, 41-st. Proprietor.
DIED.-A six year old son of Mr. W.
H. Sloan died Sunday night- of Croup.
Han;.-D. Wyatt Aike'i will accept
our thanks for interesting Congression
To OCR MERCHAS"TS.-The .mer
chants of Clinton and Prosperity say~
they sell 'goods lower than those -of
Newberry. Is itso? And if so, why?
THoMPsoN, Dentist, Square above Post
Offie.. . 35-tf.
Never hesitate to use somiegood rem
edy at once, to so stop the progress of
a cough or sore lungs. Shriner's Bal
amic Cough Syrup will caretyou; it is
aebisp tidsume remedy. .
R.it.-Don't forget the Railroad Con
vet&ori in the Court Housee next Sale
day.- .Let both the advoeates and oppo
nents attend, so that there can be a full,
fair and free discussion of 'the question.
Abramns Sstterwhite (col.), living on
Mr. W: W.-Waldrop's place, has shown
us a specimen of his Irish potato crop~
(new). The potatoes are thie Rose, and
measured ten by twelve inches. We
are obliged to him for a mess.
A grand ball will be given in the
Statemons~ealaring the Fair. -Among
the committeeme.u -or thaeccasion we
find the names of Geo. Johnstone, YL J.
Pope, C. H. Suber and 0. L., Schum
We are pleased to learn that the old
-Atimore Corner will in a shoi-t time
be~upied by Mr. H. C. Hudcrins,
** w er0~~~ to the citizens of New
berry achoice .stock of Family Gi
There is nostage of CJonsutiPtion in
which it is too late to administer This s
Consurnptive Cure and Lung Restorer.
Thonsands have been cured by it when
there seemed to be no hopes. Trial
50c., large $1.50. Sold by all Drug
gists. For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
We return hearty thanks to Mr. Jas.
0. Meredith, of Helena, for a very lii
eral supply of Z;esh vegetables-new
Irish potatoes, green pepper, hima
And to Mr. J. B. Werts for a similar
Our reporter says that at a certain
church in town Sunday a gentleman
and his wife were sitting to'gether when
the collection basket came round. The
gentleman had forgotten his change,
and didn't put anything in. His wife
leaned up towards him and whispered
in a-severe undertone, 'd have put a
button in if notingelse" C: the de
eitfulneSss of women!
Attention is nvited to the card of the
Augusta Hotel. This hotel is justly
popiar for varis considerations-it
"SURPRISING TO ALL,"
How Jones & Satterwhite can afford to
sell Mens', Boys', Children's and Ladies
Shoes so cheap. Their stock is now com
plete, and they get cheaper and cheaper.
Bottom in prices almost out.
Oct. 22. 43-3t.
What selling goods for cash and wit' but
little profit will do.
It will keep you busy selling ; looking
up bargains for your customers ; your pa
tience worn out waiting for New Goods to
come in to supply the wants of cash buy
ers. This is fully realized at The Leading
One-Price Cash House of Jones & Satter
white, THE LEADERS OF LOW PRICES
AT NEWBERRY C. H., S. C. 43-2t
"HEAR WHAT YOUR NEIGHBOR
"John, what did you pay $2.50 for those
shoes for ?" "Why just because I was bull
dozed by a man who told me he was selling
at cost, and to my sorrow I found that
Jones & Satterwhite were selling them at
81.90. You bet I'll go there for the bal
ance of my shoes." 43-St.
The undersigned having this day entered
into a copartuership, to be known as Jones
& Satterwhite, respectfully invite the pub
lie to a f vorable consideration of their
stock in tra,.e.
A. C. JONES,
D. S. SATTERWHITE.
Sept. 1st, 1877--3S-tf.
NEW ARRIVAL OF DRESS GOODS AT
THE ONE PRICE CASH HOUSE OF
JONES & SATTERWHITE.
We can show you the largest, prettiest
stock of Fall and Winter Dress Goods ever
offered for sale from any of the Dry Goods
'ounters in Newberry. We have all the
new shades and styles Bronze, Navy Blue,
Invisible Gieen, in both solids and figures.
Also, all other popular shades that are out
JONES & SATTERWHITE.
Oct. 2d, 1877. 40-1m.
PERsoNAL..--Prof. Joseph P. Pritch
ard, son of Rev. C. H. Pritchard, of
Newbei:y, has been elected Rector of
the Cokesbury Conference School. He
is a graduate of Wofford College, and
has a fine reputation as a teacher.
Jno. W. Fergeson, Esq., a member
of the Laurens Bar, was in town last
Bishop Wightmae passed up the road
yesterday on his way to Texas.
Attention is invited to 'the card of
Messrs. A. K. Long & R. L. Gilliland,
-Book Binders and Dealers in Stationery
of all kinds, Columbia, S. C. This is
a young firm and both of the gentlemen
practical and up to business and can
accommodate the public in their line in
the most satisfactory manner. The jun
ior member, Mr. Gilliland, for several
years with Mr. R. L. Bryan, is well
known in NewberLy. We ask for them
a share- of pa& onage. Any work in
Book Binding entrusted to them will
be promptly attended to.
A copy of a neatly printed catalogue
of the St. Mathew's Academy, near
Orangeburg, is received. Such of our
readers as are not apprised of tbe fact
will be pleased to learn that Mr. J. B.
O'Neall Holloway, of our county, is at
the head -of this institution, and that
MWiss Lizzie W. Chapman, of our town,
is assistant in te primary depar't'nent
and instructress in music. The institu
tion-is in a flouishing condition, with
a rapidly increasing miumber of stu
dents. -Our best wishes are extended
to principal and assistant; both are ac
.Mr. D. Epstin. one of the great clo
thiers in Columbia, has a place in the
columns of the HERAlD this week and
in anticipation of that great occasion
the State Fair, which will attract so
many people to the city. As matay of
these will go there unprepa"ed to shine
in the attractiveness of new suits of
clothes (prefering .o rig up at head
quarters a.3er getting. there) Mr. Ep
stin e:.tends a most cordial inv'tation
to them to give him a: call at his store,
under the Columbia Hotel, -where ev
ery article of gentlemen's and youths'
wear can be had.
GIN-HOUSES BUN.-Mr. W. Y.
Fair's gin-house was buiined down
Monday. udning. The gia was reni
ning when the fire occurred, and it is
supposed to have been produced by
friiona. Two or tbjre bales of cotton
were. bur. .ed.and a .considerable quani
tty of cotLon seed. Loss $1,500; in
Mrs. Senn,. living three miles fom
town on Bush River, lost her gin-house
Friday night by fire. The gin, which
was- turned by water, was running at
night, and the lamp used erploded,
seting fire to the cotton. Four b~ales
of cozon and a large quantity of cotton
seed were destroyed with the house. No
Day. Tannahill & Co., of Augusta.
Ga., is another of those large and popu
lar houses which like to let their- light
shine by the liberal use of printer's ink.
.Their specialties:are carriages, wagons,
coach material, harness, saddlery, etc.,
and a No. 1 stock they have too, and so
large that their mammoth building on
Broad street, being insufficient to con
tain it all, a shed room one hundred
feet long on the back street had to be
brought into requisition for its accom
mdation. This house can sell a good
wagon as low down as $44, baby car
riages from $8 all the way up to.$40.
If Newberry wants anything in Day,
Tannahill & Co.'s line, a most favora
bid opportunity is now afforded for gets
THE G1mCUS.-Friday, the day fixed
for the appearance of Cole's Mammoth
Circus in INewberry, dawned mn mud
e.a drizzle. But notwithstanding the
rain and mud, the crowd came. The
first man we saw, on coming down
street from breakfast, had ridden tbirty
miles "to see the show," and another
fifteen. White and black came pour
ing mn, in gangs from two to fifty, on
oot, horse, mule, donkey, wagon, and
every other conveyance available. By
11 o'clock the streets were full. The
procession through the street was just
like all similar exhibitions. First came
a chiriot drawn by eight camels and
two horses; then an elephant that
greatly amused the darkies; a Greek
chariot driven by a rather dowdy-look
ing Amazon in tinsel and other flum
mery; a grand chariot, upon wichI
was seated a very pretty "lady" that
everybody said was a boy, etc., etc.
The exhibition under the teat was by
no mean a dry performance, for it was
Ar,OUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The charm is broken, and we may
expect bad weather for a while.
The Concert and Hot Supper has
been postponed to Thursday evening.
Apples are abundant, both Northern
The Baptist Church was filled Sunday
night to hear Mr. Eason's sermon on
As the hart panteth afccr the water
brooks so panteth the soul of the small
politician after office.
Can't somebody keep a market where
not only beef, but chickens, vegetables,
eggs, &c., can be always found?
A select party of young gentlemen
and ladies met in Temperance Hall
Tuesday night and spent several pleas
ant hours in the misty mazes of the
What those Helena workmen can't
mend isn't worth mending. whether it
is wood, iron, or what-not. We believe
if the pole of the earth were to break
they could splice it together again or
make a new one.
There are not many pat ,ridges about
-at least so says a gentleman who
went out lac+ week and came back with
the bark rabbed off his heels, and his
hands scratched up by the briars.
Sol Smith Russell, the inimitable
Comedian, with his troupe, will exhibit
in Newberry Saturday evening, Nov.
The "Simmons House" has undei
gone another improvement. The .ont
yard has been so arranged that the
gate is opposite the front door. It
helps the looks of things a great deal.
A much needed rain last week laid
And at the same time gave us a fore
taste of mud.
The oldest inhabitant thinks the mud
was muddier in . hat brief time than
ever before. -
What made it worse, five thousand
colored people.--more or less-waded
through it on their way to the circus.
Speaking of the circus, although ad
vert'sed to come on three special trains
it got here comfortably on nwo; and
A prominent church member who
went in only to see the an'ma!s says
the circus pa J of the performance was
pretty good, and
Several who did not attend in the
aLernoon on account of the rain were
there at night; but
The best thing was the old darkey
and his son Jim: When the steam
p;ano began to toot the old man yelled
"Please God, whar you Jim?" The
boy had followed -the 'camomiles.'
"Whar you, Jim?" could be heard
above the steam notes. The old man
wanted Jim to hear and see and enjoy
it with him.
The liquor drank on Friday last
would have floated a seventy-four gan
ship. _ _ _ _
FIRE INSURANCE.-We call attention
to the card of W. F. Nance, Insurance
Agent. The companies represented in
this agency are perfectly sound and
trustwoi b.y, and have paid to citizens
of Newbei .. and vicinity, since the
war, nea-ly $100.000. Insure your pro
perty. No better agency can be foaind
than the above.
CHEAW FURNITURE, in every variety
and at every price, is advertised in this
issue by that wide-awake fairniture deal
er, Mr. G. V. DeGraaf.; of Augusta. His
price list shows to the reader what he
has and at what price the various arti
les can be bought, and is so graduated
as to sit every man's pile. It shows
too that Mr. DeGraaf knows what he is
about in giving a list of his prices, as it
enables parties who need furniture to
make up their minds without trouble
or deTi what they can afford to buy.
Another advantage is that in case the.
purchaser cannot spare time to go'to
Augusta, he can make a 'selection and
send his money,:.ad.feil satisfied of
getting just what he wants.
T.kxs.-To-morroW (Waglnesday) is
te very last day for paying taxes. If
you haven't paid yet, go and do- it at
The County-Treasurer has been at
his, post '"a'om early morn to dewy
eve", and has given complete satisfac
tion to all citizens, and, to keep any one
fom.being subjected to the gfteen per.
cent. pe 1alty, he wifl kgep ;his officeu
open till late at night to--mo- -ow.
tip to yesterday 2,260 persons had paid
their taxes,.leaving over 1,500 yet to
The poll tax will be larger this year
than it has ever been before.
Since the above was put in :type the
following-circular has been issued:
CoLumBA, October 28, 1877.
The time for the col.ection of taxes,
without penalty, will be ex..ended to
the 15th of November.
UNPRECEDENTED.-rf thfe history of
taxpaying a livelier time than that seen
at Capt. White's office on Monday-has
never before been experienced. An
ticipating a rush the indefatigable Cap
tain and energetic assistants crawled.
out of their blankets at 3 o'clock in the
morning to make preparation, and from
that early period till 10 o'clock at night
hiey -were l'ept busy.; Four thousand
dollars were paid'in an-d yet ahi'were
not made happy, -for a'-large number
who could not remain all night left their
money in the hands of friends to pay
in when the excitement subsided. Two
hundred receipts in one day is consid
ered a large number-on this day, how
ever, three hundred and fifty were filled
out. The Captain says at one time the
crowd pressed so close as to break the
glass in the partition in front of the
desk,! and he was forced to threaten a
call on' the police to prevent being alto
gether run over. We imagine there
will be but few executions against de
ARRIALs AT THE SDEMONs HOUsE.
F. P. E,antin, J. Rutledge Saith, G. W.
Sefney, R. II. LReynolds, E. G. Bomar, H.
C. Hudgins, J. L. M,auldn, Chairleston; Geo.
W. Clotwo'-thy, Thos. F. SigonLfley, Edward
Snowden, Col. J. Lyle Clark, R. D. Selden,
Bernard I'ree-nan, Balt'inore; G. T. Berg,
Colubia; Lohn Willis, Edge#eld; Ed. Sal
livan, L. B. Austin, Jf. W. Baker, S. J.
Wooen, Greenville; D. P. Smock, H art Col
lins, Thos. F. Jackson, .New York; W. F.
Ewart, A. J. S. Langford, Ja nes Q. Claiy,
A. Singleton, E. Wood, Har.; O'Neill, Cit9;
WV. F. Wilijams, D. Werts, E. Geo. Keitt, J.
A. Workman, C M. Williams, W. H. Whit
mire & Son, Dr. G. W. Glenn, J. 3. Carring
.....A T ~ ~ Pitt~ (v ~T. P. Fant Dr.
To the memory of Mrs. Mary M.
Bundrick, who died of paralysis at her
son, Alfred W. Bundrick's, on Monday,
the 22nd instant. She was 77 years of
age, about the last sioty of which she
lived, as she died, a most consistent
member of the Bethlehem (Lutheran)
Church, where she now lies buried.
The funeral services were performed by
Rev. Mr. Wingard on Tuesday at 3 1-2
To the memory of Wim. Pinckney
Rikard, member of the Baptist Church,
who died at 7 1-2 A. M., on Sunday
last, and was buried at Bethlehem (Lu
theran) Church, by Rev. Mr. Wingard,
on Monday, at 10 A. M.
A four page circular of "The St.
Mathew's Academy," near Orangeburg,
lies before us. We beg to congratulate
our esteemed young Pomarian, J. B.
O'Neall Holloway, Esq., on his position
Generally there are four heavily laden
freight trains, besides one for passen
gers, at this place between twelve and
one o'clock each day. Therefore, we
hope the able Superintendent may soon
see fit to improve the accommodations,
thereby materially restoring the pros
perity of his business here, by length
ening the turn-out, enlarging the depot,
platform and grounds and by rebuilding
the section master's house and relocating
hi; headquarters at this place. The
many advantages for a small outlay are
plain and need no mention.
THE NAAMAN ANECDOTE MODERNIZED.
But the father was wroth, and, upon
the doctor's departure said, Behold now,
I surely thought he would have come
in, as usual, to my diphtheritic son,
grasped him by the jaws, forced a swob
between them, lacerated his tsophagus,
exorcised with some incomprehensible
jargon, given muriates, chlorates, sul
phates and carbonates, and thus healed
the disease. Are not the pharmaceutical
preparations with tri-compound, unpro
nounceable names far better than all
the vulgar sulphur .of Sicily? Why,
then, may ;e not swallow them and be
healed? Then the son, pleased at the
prospect of being killed by some less
cruel metL>d than that of a pole in his
throat, replied: My father, if the doctor
had prescribed Flores-sulpuridis-liqUi
would you not have gone for it at two
forty speed as * the best remedy in the
NER 3sr.T, S. C., Oct. 27, 1?f ".
L;t of adver.od leh e_s :or week eudiag
October 27, 1$7.-:
Cannon, Mts. F. C. Guod, M:s. Maggie
C-0ok, Jno. Fapp, bLs. Elizabeth
Dav's, Miss Harr-iet Jeit:ins, M,-. A.
Fo.gy, M'ss Louisa Mathews, E. P.
F -ank?ia, MrBsdelb Rice, Barney
FanFa,Miss Sarah A Roberson, Mrs. S. F.
'~t'es c2'r~g fo le. e:s w11 lease say
No Excuse for any One Being
Out of Employment.
Our attention has been called to Borne new
ad useful cooking n:ensils, recently invent
d which make baking and cooki-ag a pleas
r, instead of a dreac'ed necessi ;. One of
which, the Pate it Centenr'al Cake and Bread
Pan, made of Rassia feon, is9 so constructed
that you ca.n remove your cake s hea baked,
nstantly from the pan, without breaking or
inju'ng it, and you can remove the i be,
man convert it into a plain bottom pan, for
aking jelly or pla.n calkes, bread, etc. Ano
her-the K tchen Gem -a pla:ed wire boiler
r seamer to hang inside of an o:dinary iron
pot, for boiling or s:eaming veget.ables, etc.,
bch when done, can be :emoved perfectly
h: ., without 'rting the b'eavy soot7 iron pot
off of the stove, avoiding the danger of
urnig toe hands wita the steam in pour
ing off the hot water, and the vegetables can
not possibly bu:n i' tae water boils dry, as
the steamer does not touch the bottom of
he pot. These goods are sold-elusively
brough agents to families, and eve:y house
keeper should by all means h are them. A
lendid opportan; is offered to some re
iable lady or gentleman .aanvasser o; this
ornty to secure the geaicy f'or a pleasa'it
and profitable business. For ter us, terri
ory, etc., wri;e to L. E. Brow.a & Co., Nos.
14 and 216 Elm S eet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE CoNFE~DERATE SOLDIER's RETURN,
)E, THE LOST CAUsE.--A. mnagnificent pic
r, beautiial in design and a tistic in exe
ution. It represents a Confederate soldier
after the war returning +- his home, which
e finds ruined by shot and sbell, looking
lonely and desolate, In front of the ruined
:age, telling a sad tale of hle miseries of
war, are two graves with rude crosses, on
ne of which some friendly hand has hung a
peand. The craves a:e overhung by a
weeping willow, in the shadow of which
stands the returaed soldier w'th bowed head,
as if thinking of the past. To the rigat the
a, river -and. 'sing moon iadica'.e peace
nd.et. Th-tres through the trees
represent tee Southern Cioss, draped over
tie graves, an emublem of the Confederate
ag as well as a harbiager of brighter days to
oie. The fiood of glo.ous moonlight
streaming through the trees and reflecting
n the peaceful r'ver adds to the sentiment
nd beauty of the s':ene and i;s surroundings.
No description.of this gem of art will do it
~ustice-it mast' be seen. It is a picture that
will Louch every southern heart and shoul.d
id a place in every southe;. a home. It is
14 x 18 inches in size, on heavy plate paper.
One copy will be sent by mail, in a paste
oard roller, to an; address, post-paid, u.n
receipt of 25 ets.; three copies for 60 cts., or
six for $1, in cor ency or postage sta.nps.
Agents wanzed ever..whet:e, to sell this and a
arie' of otne' popular cheap pictures. No
money required u-itil the"- are sold. No
Loule to sell Jiem. Sead stamp for our
catalogue and teraus. Address,
A. CREGAR & -CO., Publishers,
168 Ma ket St., Chaftanooga, Tenn.
Oct. 31, S~-t.
NOW AND THEN.
It is only now and then that such men as
Ron. Alex. H. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith, and
Ex-Gov. Bron a of Ga., endorse a medicine
or throat atnd lrangs, and when they do it is
ret good. evidence that the remedy must
be good for the cure of coughs, colds and
lung affections. -They recommend the GLOBE
FLOWER COUGH SYRU=, and their testimo
sials are to be seen round the ten cent sample
bottles of the Globe Flower Syrup, for sale
by all druggists in Newberry. A sample
bottle relieves the worst cough and will
mre sore throat. Regular size -bottles, fifty
A VERY GOOD REASON.
The reason why only one sample bottle of
(IERRELL's IIEPATINE for the L.iver will be
;old to the same person, for ten cents, by
ur Drggists, is because of the enormous
xpense of importing the Hepat'ne into this
outry; but as there are fifty doses in tbvs
large size bottles, it seems two cents per dose
's cheap enough after all for a medicine that
nires dvspepsia aaid liver complaint. All who
iave not had a sampler bottle are entitled to
ne for ten cts. at all drug s.ores in New
erry. Three doses relieve any case of dys
>epsia, constip ation, indigest'on orf iver com
ilaint, in the world. Regular size bottles,
i. y doses, S1.00.
Dr 10 CENT Sample Bottles MERRE~.L'S
-IEPATINE for the Liver, and GLOBE FLOWER
DoUGH SIRUP for the Throat and Lungs, at
till drug stores in Newber.y. 42-6 mos.
NEwBERRY, S. C., October 30.-Cotton
quiet at 9?.
Number of bales shipped during week, 905.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shouldera, Prime New....... 9
ShruF.ier.. Sugar Cured..... 10
Siues. C. IL., -ew............ 11
DRY SAt.TED MEATS
Shnolders, New.............. S1
Sides, C. R., New........... 1n
Sides, Long Clear.......... 1')
Uncauvas.d Hams....... 14
Canvassed Hums, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces .............. 15
LeAf, in Buckets............. 16
Crushed.... ....... 16
Grarulated Standard..... .. 14
Ext,a C.................... 13
Coffee C....................... 1A
Y , w ....................... 12
New 01leans................. I21
New Orleans Syrup... 90
New Orleans Molasses. 80
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hy son............ 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... ')a 33
Best Rio.................... 25a 28
Good Rio................. 23a 25
Cider Vinegar......... C0
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted ................. 1.10
SOAP.. .. ........................ 6a 10
STARCH... ....................- la 16
STAR CANDLES................... 16
FLOUR, per b.>l ..d.................. 8.00a10.00
PEARL HOMINY.................. 5
CANDY ............. 18
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 16
ENGLISH SODA.................... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE................... 16
TOBACCO............. ........ 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg...................... 4.00
ARROW TIES, per bunch............. 3.
The Concert for the Benefit of the New
berry Rifles is postponed until
Thursday Eve'g, Nov. 1st.
The undersigned announces to his friends
the removal of his
to the new, commodious and well-appointed
store room in the
Op.osite the old Hotel site. He will con
tinue to keep, and will constantly make
fresh addi..ons to a large, varied and well
selected stock of
PAINTS, OILS, VAR
Wines, Brandies, Liquors,
Lamps, Lamp Goods,
And will be pleased as heretofore to serve
the public with the BEST and PUREST
VERY LOWEST CASH FIGURES.
Buying for cash and dealing upon the
rae sound basis, bargains atiioughovt the
te stock can be obtained at unpreceden
tedle LOW PRICES.
WA. E. PELHAM,
'Iron-column IDrug Store,"
Oct 17 42 tf Crotwell Building.
The Way they Talk
BOUT Til NEWI STORE.
"I say, neighbor, them new fellers,
Jones & Satterwhite, are just jam up on a
rade. They mean just what they say-one
price and that down to th.d lowest notch
Do tell-did you buy any goods from
"You bet, I did, and got them cheap,
low down, I never left till I bought every
bing I wanted for the old woman and the
gals-and they say that I done splendid
for once. I tell you, neighbor, it warnt me
at all-it wur 'them fellows,
JONES & SATTERWHITE,
the've got the goods and they know how
o sell. The gals say they never had such
ooty shoes in their lives and fur so little
"I shall always trade at
JONES & SATTERWHITE'S,
Cheap Cash store.
Oct. 24, 48-3t.
In -front of Court House, on Sale-day
next,~will be sold One Piano, One Melodeon
and One Picture.
For further particulars, inquire of
Nowerry, Oct. 22, 1877-43-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Wereas Ebeuezer P. Chalmers, as Clerk
f the Circuit Court, hath made suit to me,
o grant hi n Letters of Administration, de 4
b(i o,o h saeadetcso on.
on. Flod, dectesae defcs fJh
.TFloy are teefred. ien dmns
alls ansigre thefe toicie and crdios
of the saidngucase,at theyndre and dior
fptear, befoeae, they ur and Poap-e,
or befrela Ne,berry Court House,bate,.,
u a a va are ennet Mona S. C ]
Dry 'Goods and MYotionse
CHEAP GOODS I!
Ihe Popular Dry Goods Stoe
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
IN COLUMBIA, S. C.
Who has now in store one of the best se
lected and cleape st stocks of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &c.,
ever shown to the public.
I ESPECIALLY ask' that visitors to the
State Fair to be held in Columbia in No
ve'nber, call and inspect my elegant stock
before making their purchases. I can show
any kind of goods usually found in my line,
and will sell them at prices which defy
Calicoes, Homespuus, Jeans, Tweeds,
Cassimeres, Flannels, !-ress Goods, great
Mens' Under Shirts, Drawers, &c., La
dies' Under Vests, &c., Mens', Ladies',
Misses' and Chil.dren's Hosiery, Gloves, &c.
Elegant line of Black Alpacas, Enbroid
cries, Laces, Silk Ties, and the latest nov
elties in every department.
RECOLLECT that I pay Expreds charges
on all bills amounting to $10.O0 and over.
Samples sent on application.
Oct. 24, 43-tf.
James Boozer against Wiley Spearman and
Attachment Under Lien.
Ev vir,ue of a Warrant of Attachment
to me directed in the above si,ated action,
I will sull, at Newberry Court House, on
Wednesday, the 7th dsy of November next,
One Bale Cotton and Lot Cotton Seed.
Levied on as the property of the defend
D. B. WHEELER, s. N. C.
Oct. 22, 1877-43-2t. f3 50
David P. Dobbii's against Charley John
Attachment Under Lien.
By virtue of a Warrant of Attachment to
me directed in the above state cased, I will
sell, at Newberry Court House, on Wednes
day, 'he 7th day of November next, ONE
BALE COTTON. Levied on as the proper
ty of the Defendant, Charley Johnstone.
D. B. WHEELER, s. s. c.
Oct. 22, 187.7-4: -2.. f3 50
M. E. Gilliam, for another, Plaintiff, against
George B. Tucker, Defendant.
Execution Against Property.
By virtue of the above execution and of
sandry other executior's against the Defend
ant, George B. Tucker, to me directed, I
will sell, on the First Monday in November
next (Sale-day), at public outcry, at New
bery Court House, the following Real Es
tate, situate, lying and being in the County
of Newberry and State of South Carolina,
contanizng TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY
OUR ACRES, more or less, bounded by
lands of Mrs. Sallie Phifer, Mrs. Mattie
Spearmnan, Jos.eph Duckett and others.
Also, will be sold on Tuesday, after sale
day, at the residence of Geo. B. Tucker,
Lot of Household and Kitchea~ Furniture,
arming Implements, Mill Gearing, &c.
Levied on as the property of the Defend
nt, Geo. B. Tucker.
Terms of Sale-Cash. Purchaser to pay
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Oct. 10th, 187-42-3t. t7.50
Peter Fortune, Plaintiff, against Marshall
Execution A gainst Property.
Bi' virtue of an Ex'ecution to me diredted
n i.ne above stated case, I will sell, on
Sale-day in Novemnber, A. D. 1877, the fol
owng r>rope:' y, ,.o-wit: ONE SORREL
RORSE, levied on as the property of the
Defendant, Marshall For tune.
Terms of Sale-Cash.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Oct. 15, 18'77-42-3t f
I Invite the Attention of
My friends and customers to my large
md'new stock of
RDEVR & IIH'EftY
ants, Oils, Window Glass,
/Igricultural Implements, &c.
Selected by myself in person in the best
narkets for such goods in the country. No
pains have been spared to make my stock
lesirable and attractive in prices and quali
y of goods. A cordial invitation is ex
:ended to all to examine it, feeling confi
lent I can offer inducements that, will prove
S. P. BOOZER,
Main street, next Dr. Pratt's Drug Store,
Boyce street, in front Treasurer's office.
Oct. 24, 1877-13-3t.
To make room for WADE HAMPTON, a
zew and beautiful -Cooking Stove which I
m having made for this market, I offer
)fe dozen first-class Cooking Stoves of dif
erent patterns at COST. When I say COST
mean COST. Also, a nice lot of Coal
Lud Wood Heating Stoves at greatly re
luced prices. W. T. WRIGHT.
Oct. 1'7, 42-tf.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. James
. Leahy, as Judge of Probate, I will sell
t the late residence of George A. Rikard,
n Thursday, the first day of. November
ex, all the Personal Property belonging
0 the estate of said George A. Rikard,
ec'd , consisting of One Mule, Household
id Kitchen Furniture, etc., etc.,
Terms of Sale-Cash.
JAMES A. RIKARD,
Adm'r. of Est. of G. A. Rikard, dec'd.
15th day of Oct., 1877. 42-3t.
By virtue of an order of the Probate
hurt, we will sell at public auction, at New
)erry Court House, on the first Monday in
ovember next, the following notes belong
zig to the estate of Margaret Floyd, dec'd.:
note on Mary B. Nelson for $18.50; 1
zote on J. C. Lake for $29.28 ; 1 note on
)ennis Lark for $34.50 ; 1 note on Dennis
ark for $30; 1 note on A. K. Tribble for
I (10: 1 note on A. K. Tribble for $588.62;
IMPORTEI ND DEALER
Has the larg,
Building Hardware, He
-- IN THIS S1
Plow Iron, Plow Steel, Plow Chains, Tire,
Shoes, Steel Turning and Bull Tongue Plow
Grass Rods, Clevices, Plow Lines, Wat
Cradles, Grain and Grass Scythes. Has
which are sold at greatly reduced price
All Orders-accompanied with the Moi
prompt and careful attention.
Dry Goods, Sli
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLL
Selected with the view of supplying the want
the Fair. consisting of DRY GOODS. CARL'
DOW SHADES, LADIES', GENTS'
Offer in all their various Departments an ext
ELTIES in DRY GOODS, FANCY GOU.
tention to our immense stock
everything that is
IN OUR HOSIER
You will find everything you want at moderr
plete assortment of HARP -IS' SEAMLESS
TWO-BUTTON KID GLOVES, a
Is stocked with a full assortment of CARPE
MATTINGS. COCOA MATTIN?GS, WIN1
Strangers visiting Columbia will find this
place in the City, and we- extend a coriLal in
Orders from the country for Goods or Sair
on all orders of Ten Dollars and upwards.
JONES, DAVIS 4
(SUCCESSORS TO I.
Cor. Main and Plain Sts.,
Oct. 10, 41-3m.
TilE LMRGE8If CLOTIIING
FINEST READY-MADE C
HEADQUARTERS FOR THE LATEST AN
THE BEST UNLAU'NDRIED SHIRTS ETl
ENGLISH DOG SKIN GLOVES,
ENGLISH HALF I
The best fitting sh
ORDERS TAKEN~ FOR CUTSTOM WOlI
your measure here and have the Clot,bing mc
have the very latest style and fashion.
. NECK WEAR, STYLISI
Goods sent anywhere C. 0. D., subject t<
Oct. 3, 40-6m.
Are constantly receiving
Ready Made Clothing,.]
Goods and Piece Goods
It is admitted that our si
LOTHING and SHIRTS at
nd not surpassed by the lines
We send samples and dir
Officers Uniforms and.*Mi
July 18, 29-tf.
ifTO VE TO VE!! 81
Have just received and are continui
OOKINC AND Hl
mong others can be found the FARMER,
are made of the best material, heavy cast expr
We also keep on hand a large stock of
ARE, in fact everything that is usually
JOB WORK~ A
Such as REPAIRING, ROOFING,
Dr' All work executed with despatch and
Oct. 11, 41-tr.
All persons are hereby warned againsti
trespassing on the lands of the undersigned,|
ither by fishing, hunting or in any other
way, andl any one so found trespassing will I
e deat with to the full extent of the law.
E. s. COPPOCK.
Oct. 24, 43-2t.
IA, S. 0.
IN GEEHL RIIUtRE,
est variety of
Band and Horse Shoe Iron, Horse and Mule
Cotton Sweeps, Back Bands, Heel Bolts,
;on, Coil, Well and Halter Chains, Grain
he agency for the celebrated and superior
s; also Castings for same of all kinds.
icy or satisfactory City References-will have
es, Carpets, sc.
ARS WORTH OF MERCHANDISE I
of all the people visiting Columbia lur;.ng
ETS. OIL C (.OTHIS, WALL PAPER, WiN
,(and CHILDREN'S FINE SHOEd.
raordinary collection of the LATEST NOV.
DS. and SHOES. We call special at
of DRESS GOODS, comprising
new and pretty.
to prices. We keep always on hand a corn
KID GLOVES; also a superb article of
11 colors, for one dollar a pair.
TS, OIL CLOTIS, RUGS, MATS. CANTON
)0W SHADES and LACE CUJRTA)NS.
establishment decidedly the most attactive
itation to every one to pay us a v'stt.
Lple& promptly attended to. We pay fieight
C. SHIVER & CO.,)
.- - COLUMBIA, S. C.
3IA, S. C.
IIQLJE IN (COLI181BI!
LOTHING IN THE CITY.
D MOST STYLISH HATS.
E'S RUBBER GOODS FOR SALE HREE.
BR OFFERED IN THIS'CITY FOR 756c.
[SH CLOTH GLOVES,
BROADWAY SILK HAT.
IED STAR SHIRT,
irt in the market.
, sample of goods on hand. We will take
.de in New York, by this arrangement you
' AND VERY CHEAP.
lARD & WILEY,
MAIN sTREET, COLUMBIA, s. C.
Gf AND HAT HOU%
additions to their stock of
ats, Gents' Furnishing
for their extensive Custom
yles of CUSTOM MADE
e unequalled in this State
t custom houses in New York.
ections for measurement on
litary Outfits a specialty.
w. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
'OVE!!! NTO0 E!!!!
- ST OVES,
tiy adding to their large stock of
DEXTER and KENTUCKILN, all of which
PLAIe PRESSD aJAPANNED TIN
kept in a FIRST CL Ass STOVE and TIN
SPE C IA LTY,
GUERING, SPOUTING, &c.
All pcrsons indebted to the unders?yned,
e.ther by note or account, will confer a
special favor by cashing the s.Lnme on or
before the first day of Noverrber next.
Those failing to comply with the above
solicitation will find :he same (without fur
ther notce) in the bands of an ofcefo
collection. 5. F. PANT.