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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1880.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. B. Leonard-Removal.
James P. Bowers-Notice.
.1. N. Martin & Co.-Seed Potatoes.
T. S. Duncan-Bank Stock for Sale.
Janius E. Chapman-Please Return.
J. E. Brown and Julia A. Kibler-Notice.
W. D. Sallivaii-Printing Office for Sale.
Dramatic Entertainment at the Prytaneutn.
M. A. Carlisle-Assignee's Notice of Ap
S. U. & C., and S. & A. R. Rd's.-Change
Jno. B. Carwile-Semi-Annual Dividend
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Commence with the New Year.
Dec. 10, 50-tf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Down Train arrives ........... 1 11 P M
Up Train arrives.............---. 2 34 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........10 30 A 1
94 4" leaves......... 3 00 P M
Up mail closes at............... 2 05 P M
Down mail closes at.............12 45 P 3
Laurens mail closes at...... ..... 2 05 P 3
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S, C,, Nov. 3, 1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post mnaster at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. Geo. Boland died at his home in
Newberry, Monday the 5th inst., of
dropsy, in the 64th year of his age, af
ter a lingering and painful illness. He
r asa native of Ireland, and came to
and industrious man, and a good citi
zen. He will be buried to-day (Tues
day) at 4 P. M., at Rosemont Cemetery.
FehBANANAS at Jones'.
Mr. W. I. Harp went Before Judg e
WVallace at Union Tuesday, 30th nIt..
and was admitted to bail in the sum of
Coppock & Johnson having dissolved
business, request all persons indebted
to them to pay at once. 2-St.
For preaching at Mt. Pleasant and
New Hope Churches are: At Mt. Pleas
ant 2nd Sunday in each month at 11 A.
M.; New Hope.same days, at 3 P, M.
Finest Stock of TOBACCO and CI
GARS at Jones'.
Mr. Thomas Lipscomb, a guard at
the Penitentiary, met with a painful ac
cident the 1st instant. Is gun went
off by accident and carried ofi a portion
of his left hand. He is a sonl of Senator
-Lipsc-omb, of this County.
,1. N. Martin & Co.,
ILis just received a line lot of t! e
Lewis Cook & Co.'s Buggits, I'op ad
No-Top. Call and see sometthing~ n Wc
and new. I 1':
The first Quarterly Conference of the
-Newberry Circuit will be held at Nt.
Pleasant Church January 31st and Feb.
Steward's meeting Friday, the 9th, at
TuomPsoN, Dentist, opposite IIerald offie
Ho for Kansas.
The Kansas fever has not left the co
[ ored people yet: about fifteen families,
eight or ten of them from town and the
rest from the country, expect to leave
Sfor Kansas the latter part of this week
Mate first of next. Many others want
to go, but (10 not see their way clear
Frthe best Horse and Mule Shoeing
gtoJ. Taylor, olposite the .Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-Gm.
The Columbia.- Register had an ac
count of the shooting here Christmas
night, in which it was said, "We 1earn
that Jun Chappell is late from the Peni
tentiar-y." Jim Chappell never was in
the penitentiary, and( so far as we know,
(and we havwe known him for twenty
years) never was tried for or convicted
of any offense. Whether the Register's
account of the affair has any other
misake.: we shall not assume to say.
"The Battle of Life."
This b"autiful Christmas story a
Charles Dickens has been dramatize<
by Silas Johnstone. Esq.. and will h
played by the Newberry 'Thespian Clul
in their Hall Thursday evening. The
Thespian Club has some of the best tal
ent on the stage, and their perform
anees are of such an excellent characte
as to ensure them at all times a ful
house. Those who miss seeing thi
"Battle of Life" will lose a rare treat.
Frosh MALAGA GRAPES at Jones'
Newberry County Tax.
The tax in this county the presenl
year is 12 1-2 mills, divided as follows
State Tax, - - - - 4 3
Ordinary County Tax. - :
Constitutional School Tax, - 2
Funded County debt, - - 1
Funded School debt, - - 1
Repairs public buildings, - 1
County line fence, - - - I-=
For clerical work in Auditor's
office, 1876-7, - - 1-=
The taxes are payable in two equal
installments, viz: One-half from May
1st to June 1st, and one-half from Sep
tem ber 15th to October 31st. Taxpayers
can pay the whole tax during the time
for the first installment; or they can
pay it;all at the time for the last iristall
ment by paying 5 per cent. interest on
H. A. Burns
Calls attention to his stock of Cigars,
Tobacco, Teas, Fresh Crackers, Can
dies. &c, His stock of- Fancy Groce
rios and Confectioneries, of all kinds, is
new and fresh, and his figures cannot
fail to recommend him to persons de
siring to supply themselves with arti
eles in his line. Burns' object is to
make people happy by selling them the
best things at the lowest prices. Call
on him and he will prove it to your sat
Miss Emma Herbert has gone to
Hampton - C. H. to take charge of n
Mr. W. Ernest Merchant spent Christ
mas in Spartanburg and had a good
time with the "Piedmont girls."
Col. Thos. J. Lipscomb, Superinten
dent of the Penitentiary, was in town a
day or two last week.
Geo. D. Haltiwanger, Esq,, of Colum
bia, came up last week and spent seve
ral days with frirnds in Newberry.
Mr. Robert D. Smith, who has been
clerking for Mr. S. P. Boozer for some
time in his store at Spartanburg, is now~
employed in the Newberry store. Mr.
Smith is a son of Rev. James F. Smith,
of Spartanburg. Mr. Boozer has closed
up his business at Spartanburg.
There was a very large crowd in town
Monday, and the Public Square pre.
sented a lively appearance. The Mas
ter sold the following property: Brown
& Bro. vs. Keene et al., Town lot--1-6
of an acre-$2,000; N. Emma Wilson
vs. T. J. Maffett, as Adni'r., et al., 14(
acres, $1,710; Jas. M. Seigler vs. W
W. Miller, et al., 940 acres, $6,725;
Eliza J. Reeder, Admn'x., vs. Jno. H.
Reeder, 214 4-10 acres. $1,600; Jno. G.
Kinard - vs. Happy Kinard, et ail., 130
Sheriff's Sales: J. C. Leahy vs. Dray
ton Gray, 11-4 acre, $70; Life Estate
of Mrs. Harriet S. Hodges in G;(0 acres,
1,000; Jeremiath Wise vs. Catherine
Fellers, 144 acres, $1,400; Jno. E. Ba
con vs, Jno. S. Coles, 300 acres, $3,000.
Probate Sales: Estate of Jno. A. Can
non, dec'd., in two tracts-the Junius
Chapman tract, 72 3-10 acres, $565:
Home place, 458 1-2 acres, $3,510.
Smoke the Capt. Paul BOYNTON'S
Best 5 Ct. Cigar in America, at ,Jones'.
A Moving Tale.
Mr. G. M. Girardeau has moved into
his new house lately built on a lot paur
chased from the Julius Smith estate.
Mr. James F. Glenn has moved into
Dr. Bruce's house on College street.
Mr. E. Ri. Kingsmnore has moved into
the house on Calhoun street recently
occupied by Mr. Glenn, belonging to
Mr. John Elnmore has moved into his
house in towvn, on the corner of Bound
ary and Caldwell streets.
Mr. J. D. S. Livingston has moved
to his place lately purchased from Mr.
Elmore, ones mile from town.
Mr. Thos. Q. Boozer has moved inte
Mr. Livingston's house on Caldwell
Mr. W. H. Jones has moved into Mr.
D. M. Ward's house on Hlarringtoz
Mr. Ward has moved into his new~
house on the same street.
Mr. Win. J. Lake has mov d into the
house belongmng to Capt. Gauntt, or
same street, lately occupied by Mr
Mr. J. H. M. Kinard has moved int<
his new house on Chine street.
Mr. T. P. Slider has moved into the
house on Harrington street lately occu
piedl by Mr. Kinard, belonging to Mrs
Mr. Thos. Chapman has moved int<
the house with Mr. RI. C. Wright or
Life is a Pleasure
Only when we are in the enjoymen
ofhi al onclytie whdn alrfet healtho
Tais orans ofl the body ae teior,
a n i m..n ne of tha hark nra ner formin!
National Bank of Newberry.
The business and financial condition
3 of a county can be better ascertained
from its bank operations than in any
other way. The deposits in the Na
tional Bank of Newberry just now are
- unusually large-over $240,000, the
- largest deposit the bank has ever had.
e Once before it reached $220.000. Last
I year at this time it was $S,000; the
a highest point it reached during the
business year being $167,000. which
was in February. The highest point
of deposits has probably been reached
for the year-one month earlier than
usual. The explanation of this is that
the good price of cotton has brought
that staple into market a month ahead
of the usual time. The capital stock
of this bank, amounting to $150,000,
with the exception of $15,000 or $20,
000, is all owned by persons in this
county; and the deposits, except about
$20,000 deposited by Laurens officials,
also belongs to persons of this county
making over $350,000 belonging to
residents of this county.
The stock of the bank sells readily at
$110 per share.
Mr. McCanghrin, the President of
the bank, kwho is in a position eto know
what he is talking about) says that the
financial condition of the people of this
county, especially the farmers, is~better
than it has been at any time since the
war. During the past year provisions
have been low-bacon at 6 to 6 1-4
cents, and corn at SO to 85, while cotton
has brought an average of 10 cents.
People have been enabled, therefore, to
make and save more money, and are
better prepared to carry on their opera
tions successfully another year. These
facts are very gratifying. and it gives
us pleasure to be able to call attention
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is
the favorite remedy for that terrible
disease, Piles, or Hemorrhoids. It is
the favorite remedy because it never
fails to cure the most obstinate case
when used according to directions. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the relief
afforded by this invaluable compound,
but call at the drug store for Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment. Price 50 ets.
For sale by W. E. Pelman.
The Municipal Nominations.
A large number of citizens assembled
Wednesday afternoon in the Court
House. On motion of Alan Johnstone,
M. A. Carlisle was cho'sen Chairman and
J. B Wingard, Secretary. G. S. Mower
stated the object of the meeting to be
the nomination of a Town Council.
Y. J. Pope iioved to postpone the
meeting to Saturday, and, in support
of his motion, st.id that there seems to
be some misconception of this matter
on the part of the citizens; last week's
notice called the meeting for Wednes
day, and this wveek's notice postponed
the meeting to Saturday. It is desira
ble, if practicable, that there should be
the utmost harmony in putting out a
ticket, and seeing that a large number
of citizens are not here I think it arises
from the misconception concerning the
time. In order that there may be no
misunderstanding and no excuse for a,
bolt or an opposition, I make this mo
tion. I was informed by the Intendant,
that he, ascertaining that several citi
zens who desired to attend the meeting
could not do so on Wednesday, consult
ed with Alderman Speers and made
the postponement. An opportunity
should be given to all citizens to be
present, and it is better not to jeopardize
unity by going forward to-day. James
Packer moved to lay the motion to post
pone on the table; but withdrew it in
o der to allowv J. M. Baxter to be heard.
He said he desired to see a nomination
that will represent the great body of
this corporation. Have no partisan
feeling in the matter, and wish to see
every improvement that is possible to
be made in our municip)al affairs.
The motion to lay on the table wvas
adopted by a large majority. Thos.
S. Moormnan moved thiat the chair
appoint a committee of nine to con
sist of two citizens, one white and
one colored, from eaeb ward, and
one at large, to nominate an Inten
dant and four Wai-dcns for the en
suing year; adopted. The chair ap
pointed Jno. B. Carwile, at large ; from
the 1st Ward, W. TF. Wright, Wilson
Robertson; Ward 2, W. W. Hlouseal,
Isaac Robinson: Ward 3, J. M. John
stone, Charles Brown; Ward 4, J. D).
Horsby. James A. Henderson. The
committee retired, and after a fewv
minutes returned with the following
Dn. JAM1Es MCINTOSH.
I FOR WARDENS,
Ward 1-D). B. Wheeler.
Ward 2-J. N. Martin.
Ward 3-R. H. Wright.
Ward 4-B. F. Griflin, Jr.
The nominations were adopted unani
mously. On motion of Alan Johnstone,
the thanks of the meeting were ten
dered to the p)resent Council for the
manner in which it ha.s performed its
duties during its ternm; and the meeting
Another large meeting of citizens
was held in the Court House Saturday,
S3d instant. On motion of J. P. Pool,
Silas Johnstone was choser. Chairman
and J.E. Brown, Secretary. J, S.
Hair moved that two citizens from each
t Ward and one from the town at large
be selected as a committee to make
nominations; adopted, and the follow
ing Committe3 was appoint.ed - At
1nvo~ .lanies Gauntt: 1st Ward. J. D.
For Intendant-J, P. Pool.
Ward 1-Geo. A. Langford.
Ward 2-1). M, Ward.
Ward 3-J. Y, McFall.
Ward 4-I). W. T. Kibler.
The nominations were unani
confirmed; and the meeting adj<
We were pained to hear of t:
dent to the bridal party on las
day evening. The horses in t
ri:2ge containing the bride and
took fright near corner of Ban
Lee streets, precipitating Mr.
Lowe and his lovely bride. Miss
May, on the stone curbing, sp
his ankle, and inflicting a severe
on her right cheek, all of whic
relieved by Cousens' Lightninr
ment, a cure for Rheumatism,
Back, Sprains, Bruises, etc. P
cts. For sale by W. E. Pelham.
NEWBERRY C. I., S.
The following is the amount of 1
transacted at the Ne*berry P. 0.,
year ending Dec.'31, 1879:
No. of Money Orders issued......
Amounting to .................89
No. of Money Orders paid........
Amounting to.................. "
No. Letters Registered...........
No. Registered Letters Received..
No. Ordinary Letters Forwarded..
No. Postal Cards Forwarded......
No. Weekly Newspapers Forw'd.
No. Transient Newspapers Forw'd
No. Packages Mdse. Forwarded..
No. Letters Received....... ....
No. Postal Cards Received....... .
No. Circulars Received...........
No. Daily Newspapers Received..
No. Weekly Newpapers Received.
No. Monthly Magazines Received
No. Registered Letters Received in
No,'tetters Received in Transit.
No. Postal Cards " "
No. Circulars "
No. Daily Newspapers "
No. Weekly Ne,vspapers "
No. Magazines "
Total amount of Letters, Postal
Cards and Papers Handled......
An increase in the Money Order
Business over the year 1878, of.. SE
R. W. BOONE,
Various and all About.
Mr. Warlick, the Atlanta roofin
is a whole team as a worker.
Mr. George Susong lost a fin
last night from blind staggers.
Judge Wallace will preside
next term of the Circuit Court f
County, which will begin th
Monday in February.
Clary Stevens, a colored wvomn
bound over Wednesday by Trial,
Carlisle on the charge of trad
seed cotton at night.
February will have five Sund
very rare occurrence, happen in
three times during this century
1852 andl 1880.
The man with the Flagg live:
has been holding forth for severn
from a platform on the public
He is accompanied by a skillful
ist and songster, and when t:
mount the stand they can always
muand a crowd. Their Quaker h
objects of especial admiration
Maj. Jno. P. Kinard and Mr. All
well are going to order one apie<
Ready for the H olidays.
At this season of the year eve:
wants to know where they et
the largest and best variety wvi
least inconvenience, and, too, who
can make their money go the fa
It is pleasant then to be able to
them to Messrs. Kingsland & He
Columbia, deservedly the most p
house in the State, first, becaus,
endless variety of goods, and, s
because of the reasonable prices
rule there: For all articles in
glass or other ware this is the p
go or sendl to. Just now the dis1
Christmas goods is beautiful int
Thel( Cha:rleston Newus and Crom
the 12th instant. contains report
all sections of the Stale as to thi
pets for 1880. Nearly all thme
were furnished, at the News and
icr'. request, by menmbers of th
eral Asseml)y. The following
report from Newvherry furnisl:
Representative C. HI. Suber:
Speaking for the County of
berry I can say that the pros
more cheering than at any tim'
the close of the war, and I h
reason to believe that it is otheri
other parts of the State. The s
returning prosperity are visil
around. Confidence in values he
in a great measure restored, and
long concealed is coming out fi
hiding places to seek mnves
The consequence is that the v
lands has greatly appreciated
county, and in the Town of Ne'
real ~estate is commanding f:
prices almost. The large nun
brick buildings that have gone u
during the prsen year evide
state of prosperity that is most
Our farmers have contract
debts than usual, have made goo
and have received good prices f<
cotton. The deposit account
National Bank of Newberry is
now than it has ever been sir
institution wxas founded, and tbi
With one more good crop,
good price for it, the people c
berry, I think, will be clean ou
woodis. Then, with the blessi
Proidence and the continuance
government, we shall go on pro
ntiel touprshaerunied ortue.
Btiell thi ishttrediortes.o
u theiupsitis thdiate our
upot tohe supnypossibionitya ore
its dis:iplife unimpaired. Our people
are unaccustomed to party discipline,
and chafe under it sometimes as high
spirited men do of anything that savors
of the obligatory. They may think
that party bonds are irksome. but they
mously will not forget that the chains of tyranny
urned. are not only irksome but galling.
If all good men will resolve as they i
.did in 1l~G to subordlinate .aH amnbi- h
e acci- tiou- schemes and private ends to the
Tues- public good the Ship of State will riie
!e car- the storm safely again. F
Fon THE HERALD.
ks and The Cens.,i. 1
Annie ESSRS. EIlTORS : My note to e
aininn you in reference to the tenth U. S.
bruise Census, induced many -to ask mie by
b were letter for an apppointtuent as Enuac
Lini- i ratur. I wish to state that I have c
Lame nothing to do with the appointment of
rice 5O Supervisors or Enumerators for taking
I send herewith the Act of Con
gress bearing upon the subject, con
C., taining sections of which it may be o
usiness well to publish.
for the Respectfully,
THOS. W. HOLLOWAY.
, 9 [The Supervisors are appointed by
923 the President ; the Enumerators are
,842 29 appointed by the Superintendent of a
381 the Census, on the recommendation
66,300 of the Supervisors.--EDs.]
19,500 - - ---+ tc
48,100 Guilty of Wrong.
3.692 Some people have a fashion of con
1,144 fusiur excellent reneis with the
18,000 large mass of "patent mnedicines," and
15,000 in this they are guilty of a wrong.
231,000 There are sonic advertised remedies
12,012 fully worth all that is asked for them,
624 and one at least we know of-Hop
Bitters. The writer has had occasion
929 to use the Bitters in just such a cli- 6
37,314 mate as we have most of the year in
13,017 Bay City, and has always found theim
11,027 to be first-class and reliable doing all A
17,019 that is claimed for them.-Tribune. ti
3t4,827 NEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. 6, 1880. tc
Ordinary.. .................... 9 a 91
i Good Ordinary..................... 91a10
i,874 4 Low Middling..................10 a10t
P. M. Middling .........................10}a101
Good Middlingl.................11ta111 C
Good demand at quotations. ti
man, Newherry Prices Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY V
at the By J. N. MARTIN & CO. e
>r this BACO N- ..e
e first shoulders. Prime New. ..... 7s
Shoulders. Sugar Cured.... 91 i
Sides. C. R., New..... .........10 si
DRY SALTED MEATS
,n, was Shoulders. New...........
.utc Sides, C. R., New........... a 8
uieSides, Long Clear......
-n in HAMS- P
ZlaUncanvassed Hams........12 1
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
nys;- a .Lea f, in Tierces... ......... 12
Leaf, in Buckets.. .... ....1 1
g only SUGAR
-1824, Crushed................... 14 C
Granulated Standard..... .. 12.a a
Extra C.................. 11 t
'pads 011O ...................10 i
1 days New Orleans............... 10 r
New Orleans Syrup. 75 a
banjo- New Orleans Molasses. 50 a
ie woCuba Molasses.........6') t1
etoSugar House Molasses. 37
G unpowder..................1.50 f
ats are3 Younig IIyson................ 1.50
an ALLSPICE.....................25 a
Roasted or Parched... )0
eC just Best Rio...........-.....25a
Good Rio................ 20a
Cider Vinegar... ..... 50
White Wine Vinegar 65 d
nf see Unbolted................... 90
th th SOAP-.................... .....a 10 -
Se ,ARCH.......................... 10a 16
reethey STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl................. 6.0a 8.00
rthest. PEARL HOMINY................... 5
diec CANDY........................ 20 )
dietCONCENTRATED LYE........... 10
th, of ENGLISH SODA................. 10
' IORSFORD'S BA KING POWDER 25
opular SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 10
of its TOBACCO ...................... 60a 1.25
~c,NA ILS (10' ker... .... ............5
cn,BAGGING--Heavy.................. 121 I
which ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 3800 1
RED CLOVER SE ED-per lb....20
china, RED OATS-per tu.............. 50a I
ae to ___------.-- -
ePIANOS & UIRGAN~S
FRO1)[ FACTORY TO PURCHASER.
'r, erf EVERY MAN HIS OWN AGENT
frolm Ludden & Bates' Grand Introduction t
Sale continued until Nov. z, i88o. Only sale of
pros- the kind ever successfully carried out in America.
.prt 5,000 superb instruments at factory rates for
eot-Introduction and Advertisement. New
'our- pI-a of selling: No Agents I No Commision.sl fr
(-mer.t: shi;pd direot from Factory to 'casers. Xiddlo
3 -men's profits sarod. Aget's ratett Ol hueZouth
-.selling on this plan. PIA NOS, 7 oct. sxa5, 7} oct.
1s tue $155; Square Grands, $227. ORtGAN~S, 9 sto~s ,
I( by - 7; 13 stops, $71; 13 stops, Mirror Top Case, $ 6.
et New, handsome, durable. 6 years garantee. 15
days test trial. Purchasers choice fom ten lead
ing makers and 200 different styles. Join this
New- gigantic club of 5,ooo purchasers and secure
)et -~ anmtueta wholesale rates. Special
pe1 temtoMscTeachers, Churches, and Pastors.
since Address for Introduction Sale circulars,
ave io LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah,~ Ga.
v ise ]in Dec. 17, 5I-4t.
igns of _____ _________
)le "d OUR MONTHLY.
s been__ __
money ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
OUent MoeTar.T is a magazine devoted to gen
tmen- erl an relgiou reaing.Its contains 2
lue of double column pages. and every endeavor w'l1.
i .ou be made to make it worth the money.
no1Every charitably inclined perison should sub
vberrT scribe for it, as the entire subscription is devoted
bulons to the support of the orphans in the
ber of i THIORNWELL ORPHIANAGE
p there of Clinton, s. C.. by whom all the work upon it ~
acsis done. It is carefully edited and is worth the
rsaprice asked for it. Will not the friends of the
ratify- Orphanage get up a list of subscribers for us and ~
so enable deserving boys to assist in supporting
ss All subscriptions should be sent at once to the
crops editor and publiher,
- RE.V WM. P. JACOBS.
r th 1 &Ot. 23, 4s--tf. Clinton. S. C.
larger LARGE STOOK
is the STATIONERY !! !
f New- Jutrcevd
.J o Great Variety.
jf goo d ~
pring Call and Examine.
Stt s SAIE N IR E '
itt oEALBR RIS
State is SEASIDE AND IIAi~PER,S
itted to CHEAP Li13I~ARIES,
Iustrated Floral Guide,
heamtifutl work of 100 Pages. One Coor:d
lower Plte, and 50') Illustrations. with )
riptions of the best Flowers and Vegeta
les, with price of see(s, ainl how to grow
1em. All for a FIVE CENT STAMP. In F.o
lizt or Ge rm:an.
VlCK'S SEEDS are ti hest in the world.
IYE CENTS for postag'e will buy the FLORAL
riDE. teling how to get them.
iTe FLOWE R .N N) VEGE"TABLE (GARDEN,
75 Pages, Six Colored Plates, and many
undred Engraving. For .50 cents in piper
ivers; -1.00 in elegant cloth. In German
ICK'S ILLUSTiATED MONTIILY MAG.:
i%-32 Pages, a Colored Plate in every
umber and many fine Engravings. Price
1.2.5 a year: Five Copies for - 5 00, Speci
ten iumbers sent for 10 cents; 3 trial
)pies for 25 cents. Address,
.IAMES VICK, Rochester, N..Y.
Dec. 31, 1-tf.
If you want a fine suit of Clothing for Sun
ay wear, or for the holiday season, call
a WRIGH 1 & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Business Suit for every day,
ill on WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Overcoat to keep the cold
at, call on
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Coat, or a Vest, or a pair of
ants, a Shirt, Undergarments of any kind,
Cravat, pair of G!oves, Collars, call on
WRIGH T & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Umbrella to shield you
om rain, Shoes to protect your feet, a Trunk
put your clothes in, a Valise &c., call on
IWRIGH1 '& J. W. COPPOCK.
Any or all the above at lower prices than
er before offered, by
WRIGHT & .T. W. COPP.CK.
Nov. 26, 48-tr.
GILMORE & CO.,
Attorneys at Law,
Successors to Chipman, Hosmer & Co.,
29 F. Street, Washington, D, C.
American and Foreign Patents'
Patents procured in all countries. No FEES IN
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1. No fees for making preliminary examina
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xtensions before Congress. Infringement Suits
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ommission and all sorts of war claims before
te Executive Dapartments.
Arreats of Pay and Bounty.
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oney from the Government, of which they
ave no knowledge. Write full history of ser
ice, and state amount of pay and bounty
ceived. Euclose stamp, and a full reply, after
camination, will be given you free.
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], ruptured or injured in the late war, however
ightly, can obtain a pension, many now receiv
ig pensions are entitled to an Increase. Send
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Contested Land Cases. Private Land Claims,
ining Pre-emaption and Homestead Cases,
rosecu.ted before the General Land Office and
epartment of the Interior.
Old Bounty Land Warrants.
The last Report of the Commissioners of the
eneral Land Office shows 2.S97.50'0 acres of
ounty Land Warrants outstanding. These were
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a separate bureau, under the charge of expe
enced lawyers an d cler.ks.
By reason of error' or fraud many attorneys
ce suspended from practice before the Pension
ad other offices each year. Claimants whose
ttorneys have been thus suspended will be gra
itously furnished with full information and
roper papers on application to us.
As we charge no fee unless successful, stamps
r return postage should 'oe sent us.
Liberal arrangements made with attorneys in
l classes of business.
GILMORE & CO.,
.. Box 44. Washington, D. C.
WASBINGTON. D. C., November 24. 1S76.
I take pleasure in expressing my entire confi
ence in the responsibility and fidlelity of the
aw, Patent and Collection Hlouse of Gilniore &
0. otisciy.G EORGE H. B. WHITE.
(Cashier of the Natior.al Metr dpolitan Bank.)
Dec. 13. 50-tf.
O7 CH E APEST A.ND BE ST ! a
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTERNS !
[G A SUPPLEMENT will be given in every
umber for 1880. containing a full-size pattern
r a lady's. or child's dress. Every subscriber
illl receive, during the year, twelve of these
atterns, worth more. alone. than the subscrip
n price. a
"PTERsoN'S MA GAZ IN." coi:tains. every
'ear. l;i0 pag.e-. 14 stee! p)lates. 12 colored Ber
in pat terns. 12 mammiothm colored fa,h iion i lates.
4 pages of' music. andI about Go. wood CUts. lt.
irmecipal emnbellishmettS are
SUPERB STrEEL ENGRAVINCS!
Its immense circulation enables its proprietor
osped more on embletiishmen:t.. .4torie'. SC.,
a any oth:er. It gives more fo~r the motey.
ni comxbint'< mor e muerits. thae any in the
rorld. In 188.s. a N Ew Ft:rrrR: will be intru
lueed in; the shape of a -series of
SPLENDIDi.Y LLUSTRATED ARTICLES,
ITS TALES AND NOVELE~TS
re the but pu,blisi,ed :mnirwhere. AllI tlhe most
opular writ.'s a: employed to v:'r i. originalily
or '-eter.-on. I- iP 1'. E'IV n1E 2(GNAIL
:t IllGU N :'. El.K'.TS wiil be given. by
tun S. Stephens.F1rank Le.e 11ened:et. Frances
lodgon~ !urnett. & c.. &c.. and storties by .lane
i. Austin.-'by the author of' "'Josiah Ailen'i
Vife." by itebecca liarding Davis. and all the
yest female writers. .
EAMOTH COLORED FASH.ION PLATES.
head of all others. These plates are engraved
n steel, 'rIWICE THE UsUAL sIZ. andi are un
qualed for beauty. They will bt superbly crul
red Also, Household and other receipts; ar
cle ou "WXax-Work Flowers." "Maus gement
f Infants;" in short everything interesting to
TRS(Always in Advanc)S-0A A
ear Unparalleled Offers to Clubs. Er
2 Copies for $3.50; 3 Copies for $4 5u ; W ithi a
upy of the prem:um picture, 24x20. a costly
teel engraving. "WAS:INGToN AT \ ALLEY
'oRGE,' to the person getting up thle ('lub.
4 Copies for $G.50; 6 Copies for 29.0O ; with
u extra copIy of the Magazin.e for 1S8 , as a
renmium, to the persOn .getting up the Club.
5 Copies for SS.uO: 7 Copies for 310.50; with
th an extra copy of the Magazine for 158$.
nd the premium picture. to te person gettiug
p the Club.
'or Larger Clubs Still Greater Inducements!
CHARL~ES J. P'ETERlSON.
306 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, I a.
g Specimens sent gratis, if written for.
Oct . 41-tf. -
HATING AN) HIA!R D}RESSIN
aai Steetnext door to Dr, Geiger' Otice,
COLU.1BIA S. C.
R~oom.u newly ftit:nal n fmurnished, 0 ndt gen
menCt attendeiid to wlith clerity, af ter the
10st approved styles. Nov. 22, 47-i
Books and Stationery
LOOK AT T
Tnvites his lrie:ds i:n Nowbe ry an 1' :.h
1st. Tihat he has all unusu t ii
2nd. Thiat every aril w:-e '
3.1. That every artiele will be
iive and let live: and
4th. That he will ht it out
Black Qaslhuneres- all wool, at 5, 65.
75 and $1 por yard.
New Styles of Dre Goods, at 25 et .
Men's Casshueres, of ali stvle anl nrice.
is low as in New York. hi
Another lot of all Silk Rib:bons. at 1.
Cts., worth 25 and :5. Co
Linen and Cotton Towels, from 5 cts. to pr
DO NOT FORCET
WIN) HAS IN sT)RE TILE
That has ever been in COLUMBIA.
OUT IN THR LA
Also, an el gant assortment of OVERCO T
tlsters. A fill line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOO
Do not fail to call and examine my goods bi
Oct. 15, 42-:n0.
IMPOITER 4\D li ERi D
ALWATS HAS THE LAR
Building Hardware, Houw
IN THIS STATE.
Carriage and WVagon Buildin1g and Trimmiir?g M:
Packing anid Lac ine, Brit eal MachinCry
Grindstoes Pns,I) ils WindoV Glaw.
Sugar Cainc Mills and Evaporator and Sugar Pa
Fan Mill Gearing, Fan Screen Wire, H:arro
Shellers, Straw and Stalk and Shuck Cutters
and Shovels, Plow Iron, Plow Steel, Plow
Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, Steel futuli
Sweeps, Back Bands, Hiee Bolts, G
Wagon, Coil, Weil and Halter Chain
Grass Scythes. Has the Agency fc
W A TT'S:
Which are sold at greatly reduced pric,;
FD All Orders, accompanied with the Money
prompt and careful attention.
W'ho has on2ce used the PEOPLES' N
STAT OF OUTHGARO INA.
Ehe 'Estt and e!ItsI of a Uibe, do
Ti-e herefore :i le ad Cermof th
Cipcar, beoret, h th our~'t o) Prbe,
puliain i,Lerof at Ai :'eio i:: 'o:
wythe saiad Adiitrto &oDd no ube di
in Dceab.rsed.Do ii.1
fCrnGARS, '. TOBACC ,
Soap ,utarh, Soda , I
A -, "S. O.,
!:y, to :he tO!owivinz facts :
I lar'e u stock. 1 )>II
11'eul I V SfIOCtIAC 1)41 1 lulit
sold on tie prinlciple of
on this line if it takes all
Prints, inl ndiess variety.
Blan~ke'ts, .Jeans, Quilts.
All the n:ew styles of Silk Ties, Collars
An extra fine =rock, o" lamh:r Ed,
t at )rie ' w:ich (an:ot he heat.
Visit me when in Columbia, or ;f more
uvenieti, send orders. Samples and
ices sent on appl:etion.
Oct. 15, 42--tf.
TO CALL ON
LARGEST STOCK o4F
JI N G,
s Cassimees and Cheviot Suits
in Fur, Beaver, Miltons. Kerseys and
DS AND NECK WEAR
>re purchi ing elsewhere.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
[A, S. C.
GEST VARIETT OF
ea Furnishing Goods,
eri. Chur Saws. Guimmers, Belting'
Oil, L;me, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Latus,
P itty, Varnaish, Giue and Brushes.
L', Threshers and Separators, Fan Mills,
vs, Smut Mach inery, Corton Gins, Corn a
Hoes, Hames, Rakes, Forks, Spades
Ihains, Tire, Baud and Horse Shoe
ig and Bull Tongue Plows, Cotton
rass Rods, Clevices, Plow Lines,.
sGrain Cradles, Grain and
r the cele brated and superior
also, Castingffor same of all kinds.
3r satisfactory City References, will have
Oct. 15, 42-3m.
HINE will prefer it over all others,
.JGENTS sellintg it find i tjust
it the~ PEOPLE Want. i6
d. o : e det ranger nf workt, and
k.'jthe no-:~hit1e. Write far de
Don't Fail to fall on
ei jnnnn a'1 unInun
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