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Special and Local.
WEI)NESDAY, JAN. 14, ISSO.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. B. Fellers-Citations.
c. F. Fant-Last Notice.
I). B. W heeler-Sheriff's Sale.
R. Y. Leavell-New Departure.
Silas .Johnstone-Master's Sales.
Peoples & Johnson-Hardware, &c.
A. .1. Kilgore-Executor's Sale-Notice.
Herald Book Store-Chatterhoxes- Mil
SPFCITA L N0 TIC E.-BuLsiness no
tiCes in this local c-fu"in are inscrte'l at
the rate of 15 Cents per line each inscr
Oitnarics, notice., rf mzcetFng.., corn
munic li)ns relating to p% r.oidi inter
ets. tribntes of respet, &c. are charged
as regular a drertisements at l1 per
_Notiecs of adninistrttion. and other
legal notices, obituarics, tributes of rte
spect anW notire" of mnetinys, (.<s -cll as
comnmunicatins oJ a ).'"son<it clutr<eter
must be paul for in uanunce
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelve montls<. 31.00 for six
months, 50 cents for three montlths and
25 cents for one month, in adcance.
Nans in future will not be placed on
the subscription books wdil the cash or
its equiValent is paid.
gr All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
This paper may be found on ti'e at Geo. 1'.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertisig Bu
reau (10 Spruce St..) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Down Train arrives ........... 1 11 P M
Up Train arrives................ 2 34 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........10 30 A M
9 "c leaves......... 3 00 P M
Up mail closes at............... 2 05 P M
Down mail closes at..............12 45 P MI
Laurens mail closes at.. ... .... 2 05 P M
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 3, 1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Solid Union Club.
We understand that a Club of about
forty Democrats has been formed in
the Dutek Fork section, who are for
Grant and Bayard, and that a complete
organization was effected Saturday.
Higher in Price.
All kinds of material have advanced
in price in the last month or two, and
vet we have not advanced in our prices
for job work. Think of this, merchants,
and give us your work.
One evidence of the increasing popu
Jarity of the HERALD was shown by the
number of subscribers who came in on
last Sale-day. Never in our experience
did we receive so many. Thanks, good
friends, one and all. Since the late un
pleasantness we have not had so good
Buy Nails and Building Material,
tocks and Hinges, from
3-3 PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Col. Anderson, Superintendent of tlhe
Spartamburg, Union & Columbia Rail
road has kindly remembered us for the
New Year wvith passes for the Senior
and Junior over his road, for which we
return him our hearty thanks. May
the Colonel's wJss-age through life be
as pleasant to him as this passjs to us.
If white paper continues to advance
in price we will belorced to advwe
the price of subscriptions tothe HERALD.
It is now a third higher than it was two
months ago, and still going up. We
><advise all persons contemplating sub
scribing and those who have not yet re
newed to do so at once before we ad
vance the price.
Renew and Pay Up.
'Those of our subscribers whose time
has just expired, and some fe w who are
over the time will find blank iaices in
this week's paper. We ask c:whi (one
to renew and pay up ait once. T1his is
imperative, wecannot send( out 11w' 16
per without the-money. Those whose
time has just expired will nouifv s
with the cash if they want the p:gr.
continued ~cprompt reader, for we
In a Majority
Of the stores in town we find hill
heads, letter heads and other kin-Is of
printing bearing the imprint of oflices
elsewhere. Why is this so? Should it
not be to the interest of the merchant to
sustain his home printing office? Don't
the printers have to buy their goods at
home? Can they succeed if the work
is sent out of town? Tbink for a mio
nment. We will do the work as cheaply,
and as well.
Box and All.
The liver pad men made a good
thing of it last week, but came near
having their hash spoiled towards the
last, by a man whose liver wouldn't
work worth a cent. He bought one
and went home and put it on hox an'd
all. It did not draw through the paste
board box and he got mad and wanted
to chew the fellows up, but fortunately
for the peace of society concluded not
to do so.
Thie good people of Newberry have
luxuriated on line oysters tis season
from M. B. Batemian's elebrated house
in Columbia. The first wer-e served by
the ladies of the Methodist Church, the
second by the ladies of all the churches
for the Y. M. C. A., and the third by
the Knin-hts of 1Honor. Bateman's ors
IBuy your Swedes Iron and Ste
PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
R. Y. LEAVELL'S
To the latrge brick building known
the Webb House, where is exhibited
large and elegant stock of Furniture i
all lines, from the plainest to the ines
AT ALL PRICES.
Extensive additions are being mad
to my stock. Attention invited an
satisfaction guaranteed. No shoddy c
bogus goods. 3-3t.
Buy L. H. Shovels, Spades and M:1
nure Forks, from
3-3 PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
CIi.ALESTON, S. C.. Jan. 2. 1880.
We take pleasure in informing on
friends that Capt. James P. Gibbs, we
known to the merchants throughout th
State, has associated himself with ou
house, where he will be glad to see bi
friends. Very respectfully,
3-4t JOIINSTONE, CREWS & CO.
Coppock & Johnson having dissolve
business, request all persons indebte
to them to pay at once. 2-3t.
HERALD BOOK STORE.
J. N. Martin & Co.,
Has just received a fine lot of th
Lewis Cook & Co.'s Buggies, Top an
No-Top. Call and see something nic
and new. 1-1l.
Buy Sole, Harness and Upper Leatl
er, from PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
THOMrSOX, Dentist, opposite Herald offic
Buy Buggy Harness, Breeching an
Blind Bridles, from
3-3 PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
For the best Horse and Mule Shoein
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.
H. A. Burns
Calls attention to his stock of Cigars
Tobacco, '[eas, Fresh Crackers, Car
dies, &c, His stock of Fancy Groc<
ries and Confectioneries, of all kinds,i
new and fresh, and his figures cann<
fail to r'ecommluend him to persons de
siring to supply themselves with art
eles in his line. Burns' object is t
make people happy by selling them tb
best things at the lowest prices. Ca
on him and he will prove it to your sal
Buy Trace Chains, llames and Bac
3-3 PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
If you arc troubled with Dyspepsih
Sour Stomach, Hieadache, Bill iousnes!
or any disorde'rs of a sluggish livel
Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Liv
Powder. will cure y'ou. Taken in tim<
it will save a doctor's bill and muc
suffering. It has been used successfull
in many cases where other remedic
had failed. Dyspepsia is a commo
complaint, and anything affording r<
lief is gladly welcomed. Portaline
only 50 cts. a package, and will cur
you. For sale by W. E. Pelham.
OTHER HOLIDAY BOOKS,
WILL RE SOLD AT
At hERALD BOOK STORE.
Life is a Pleasure
Only when we are in the enjoymel
of atll our faculties and in perfect hieai
This can only be when all the impo
tant organs of the body are performira
their functions properly. The Liver
more liable to get out of order thr
any other organ, and produces moi
unpleasant effects. A dose of Dr. Gi
der's Liver Pills occasionally, will ke<
it all right, or set it right if it has gor
wrong. Sold by all Druggists. 1-20
Buy all your Hardware, from
3-3 PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Ready for the Holidays.
At this season of the year everybot
wants to know where they can s5
the largest and best variety with ti
least inconvenience, and. too, where th<'
can make their money go the farthes
It is oleasant then to be able to dire
them to Messrs. Kingsland & Heath,
Columbia, deservedlyv the most popul;
house in the State, first, because ofi
endless variety of goods, and, secon
because of the reasonable prce w~hi<
rule there. For all articles in chin
glass or other ware this is the place
go or send to. Just now the display
Christmas goods is beautiful in the e
'80. A SPLENDDOFFER. '84
I ww.w,uiwrw i? ~ JIiITD1I74
el A Caning.
We would like to know what sort of
discipline they have in Newberry Col
lege when students are allowed to cane
the President with impunity. It has
recently been brought to our attention
that several of the students combined
together on Christmas day and gave
President Holland a decent caning, and
so far from being repentant for their
) conduct they insist that he deserved it,
and we have no <l:)ub)t he did--richly.
It is a line gold-headed cane, and the
President is ' ery proud of it.
n Mr. S. P. Boozer's meat house, in
town, was broken into Saturday night,
and two hams. a quantity of sausage
and a live turkey were stolen. The
thief, or thieves, got in by digging away
e the brick foundation. They left at the
d meat-house a crowbar, a long handled
r spade and a four-pronged digging fork;
whether by way of exchange.or because
they had no further use for them is not
known, as they left no note of explana
tion. It is probable that they stole these
implements to effect their purpose.
r Mr. Wm. Foy, of Edgefield County,
has moved into town.
e Mr. Wm. J. Lake has moved into
r the house belonging to Mrs. Ewart, on
Mr. Bob Phifer, formerly of New
berry, but now of Concord, N. C.,
d where he is doing a business, paid us a
cl visit last week.
Mr. Giles McWhirter has returned
from a visit to his old home in Franklin
County, Ga. His brother, Mr.-Me
-,Whirter came back with him.
J. S. R. Thompson. Esq., of Spartan
burg. and Wm. E. Earle, Esq., of
Greenville, were in Newberry last
week on professional business.
e On the night of Sale-day last Mr.
Jno. F. Banks, who lives in the neigh
borhood of St. Paul's, was robbed in
town of $200. Mr. Bank's account of
the affair is somewhat as follows: He
had been drinking that day; after
e dark he found himself on Main
Cl Street, between Mr. Foot's store and
the freight depot with several negroes;
he gave them money to go buy some
liquor; when the liquor came he took a
Sdrink of it-he thinks the liquor had
been drugged. After coming to his
senses he found that both his pocket
books-one containing papers, the other
$200.-were gone. The Chief of Police
went to work and arrested the follow
ing parties, all colored; Spencer Wal
lace, alias Black Pete, Ben.Hlarrington,
s jr., Joseph imes, Brantly Rutherford
tandl Ailsey Lewis. Both pocket-books
h ave been found but none of the money ;
~the one containing papers was picked
0 up by Myra Davis near the place of the
e robbery; the other was found by the
IChief of Police in the old field beyon d
the (depot, cut to pieces. The p)arties
accused are in jail, and will have a pre
liminary hearing to-morrow (Wcdnes
day) morning. The Chief deserves
credit for the manner in which lie
has "worked up" this case.
SKnights of Honor.
"The installation of officers of the
Newberry Lodge of Knights of Honor
took place in their hall Tuesday night,
the 6th instant. The ceremony wvas in
h teresting and impressive, and was wit
nessed by the families of the Knights
s and a few intvited guests. The follow
ng are the officers installed who hold
7their position for six months:
1s Past Dictator-E. P. Chalmers.
C Dictator-A. C. Jones.
Vice Dictator-L. Broaddus.
Assistant Dictator-M.L. Bonham,Jr.
Reporter-J. F. Spearmnan.
Financial Reporter-W. T. Wright.
Treasurer-L. M. Speers,
Chaplain-G. WV. Holland.
Guide-E. C. Jones.
Guardian-A. A. Killian.
Medical Examiner-Dr. J. McIntosh.
ru~tstees-Jno. 0. Peoples, M. A.
Carlisle, Peter Rodelsperger.
it Representative to Grand Lodge-J.
2. 0. Peoples. .
r- Alternate-J. F. Spearman.
g. After the installation the members
is with their invited guests repaired to the
, office of the Treasurer and the Auditor
- o partake of an oyster supper that had
- been prepared by the Lodge. It is
,needless to say that this feature of the
Le occasion was greatly enjoyed.
From the Lutheran Visitor.
Rev. Z. WV. Bedenbaugh, we regret
to announce, has had so severe an at
tack of lung disease that he has aban
dloned the hope of being able to serve
y the Giles Charge in Virginia, andl has
e determined to return to his home in
l South Carolina.
I Rev. J. D. Shirey's Beth Eden con
t. gegation celebrated Christmas by meet
t ing at the parsonage, and bringing a
haindsome (donat ion to the pastor amnd
family, and we have not heard of any
Vd itisfaction on the part of the domine
ior his excellent lady on account of it.
. We learn incidentally that Rev. Prof.
to Holland's class in Luther Chapel Sab
of bath School made him a present, at
.~ Christmas, of a handsome set of silver
goblets, and that the young gentlemen
of the town presented to Mrs. Holland,
),as a token of ap)preciation of her many
excellencies, a m agnificent china tea
sct. We congratulate these young peo
D ple on the soundness of their judgemnent.
~ewberry College is in a more pros.
mar Endowment Bonds as they fall
due, and a proper appreciation of our
educational advantages on the part of
our people, we anticipate a constantly
increasimg reign of prosperity for our
cherished seat of learning.
Our Southern Church has been very
prolific in Christmas trees this ason,
and if all were like ours at Pros
perity they yielded a most abund
ant harvest. That was a most com
plete sneepss. The tree itself was a
stately holly with fine proportions. and
was completely loaded with beautiful
and valuable gift.
After appropriate music and other
exercises the distribution i>egan and
continued until 716 gifts. most of them
valuable. were distributed thtroughout
the large and delighted aundience. The
pastor and family were kindly remem
bered in the distribution.
The audience was then dismissed to
the church yard to witness a successful
balloon ascension by Mr. Robt. Bruce;
and all were disposed to linger in the
balmy spring like air to witness the
fine display of fireworks vigorously ex
ecuted by the delighted youngsters.
There were trees also at Luther
Chapel, Newberry; Bethlehem. Po
maria; Luther Chapel, Leesville
Spring-Hill, Lexington; and Mt. Pleas
We feel authorized to say that all
our people spent the Holidays in a
very pleasant and delightful manner.
The Newberry Herald.
This veteran guardian of the interests
of old Newberry has entered upon ano
ther year of its existence, and, like the
County which it so well represents, the
older it grows the more Yigorous and
prosperous it becomes. The proprietor
and senior editor, Mr. Thos. F. Grene
ker, is the Nestor of the South Carolina
Press, and lie is ably seconded in his
management of the paper by his junior
editor, Mr. W. H. Wallace. The New
berry HERALD is essentially a County
paper, full of lively paragraphs of local
interest, while, at the same time, it
keeps its readers informed of what is
going on in the outside world, and does
not hesitate to express its views on Na
tional and State affairs, especially when
the interests of Newberry are more di
rectly affected. Newberry is a thriving
town, and the fact that it has a good
newspaper is no small factor of its suc
cess -Ncws an.d Couricr.
Our esteemed neighbor, the Newberry
HERALD, has just entered upon its six
tecnth volume, with bright prospects of
a prosperous future. We are gratified
to see this, as the HERALD deserves a
hearty support. It is one of our most
valued exchanges, and is a credit to the
town and County in which it is pub
lished. Its Editors, Messrs. Thos. F.
Greneker and WV. HI. Wallace, are
able. industrious and enterprising gen
tlemen, and issue a paper worthy the
liberal patronage it receives from ant
This staunch and ably conducted
paper has now attained to its "sweet
sixteenth" year and looks as blooming
as a 'big sunflower." Its Editor, Mr.
T. F. Greneker, is one of the purest
men in the fraternity of press-men, and
we are truly glad to know that lie and
his paper are "doing as well as could
be expected," considering the dlisparity
in their ages.--Union Timcs.
Various and all About.
Streets again sloppy.
Liver pads are all the go.
Money is easy-old dieb)ts are being
Subscriptions received at the IIERALD)
Offiee as heretofore.
Job work done with neatness and dis
patch, at moderate prices.
The new stores will soon he comn
No man ever looked on the dark
side of life without finding it..
A malicious enemy is not so bad as a
Chatterboxes and Holiday Books sold
at cost at the HERA r. Book Store.
The warm weather has causedl a
great deal of meat to spoil through the
As we go to press the election for
Intendant and Wardens progresses
can't tell how it will result.
Mr. Abe Foot slipped off to Baltimore
last week-the trouble is he can't keep
goods enough to supply the demand.
The foot bridge at the intersection of
Caldwell and Friend Streets has been
put in good order-thanks to the Coun
Reward Cards, New Life, Sunday
School books, Child's Scripture Ques
tions, and various other books for sale
at HIERAi.i Book Store.
Mr. J. B. Leonard now occupies one
of Mr. Alfred Crotwvell's new stores and
will soon have it arranged in app)le pie
order, and with the best in his line.
~Single copies of the HEnaLD are
worth five cents-we give this informa
tion for the benefit of those who expect
it for nothing. Might as well ask for a
pound of sugar or a yard of calico for
The pressed bricks for the front of
Mr. Mower's and Mr. Lane's stores
Iwere made in Richmond, Va. They
cost $28 per thousand laid dlown in
Newberry, and arc the prettiest bricks
we ha ever. seen.
some ncr)ple have a fashion of con
fuinr excellent remedlies with the
i:trze im1ass f ,atent aicdiciaes.' anid
in this tltiy arc guilty of a wronr.
There are some advertised remedies
fully worth all that is asked for themn.
and one at least we knew of-flop
Bittcrs. The writer has had occasion
to use the Bitters in just snel a cli
mate as we have niost of the year il
By Vity. ;and haF always found the-n
to b c;ir 1ts :::d reli:able iin! all
that is claim ,"d for them - Tr .
- I -
(7ladl tiiling r for all c'IlP'foer. uilh
C(oihs and o S i tlt :lnOmhi::---w:
that Co ussens' Honey of Tar is a never
failing remely. Deservedly the must
popular medicine of the :g it has
no rival as a cre for diseases of the
throat and lungs, and each day adds
fresh triumphs to its long list of vic
tories over Coughs. Colds, and more
serious affections of the throat and
lungs. One trial will convir.e you.
Price 50 ets. For sale by W. E. Ped
NEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. 13, 1880.
Ordinary...... .................... 9 a 9i
Low Middling......................11 a11
M iddling .........................11;a12
Good Middling .......... .........12 a121
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New. .... 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..... 91
Sides, C. It.. New............ 10
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shou lers, New.............. 6i
Sides. C. R.. New........... a 8
Sides. Long Clear........... S
Uncanvassed Hams........ 12
Cauvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leatf in Tierces........... 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 12
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 10
New Orleans.................. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses........ 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Iyson............ 1.50
'ElI'PE lt................................... 30
Roasted or Parched...... 20
Best l1io........ 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted... ................ 1.00
SOAP............................ Ga 10
srAtli....... ................ 10a la
STAR CANDLES.................. 15
FL(OUR, per bbl................ 6.00a 8.02
ENGLISH SODA.................. 10
HIORSFOlRlY$ BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOASI ;MING POWDEIl. 35
AXLE GREASE................... 10
TOBACCO.............. ........... 60a 1.25
N ATLS (101 keg... ..... ........ ..5
BAG G ING--Heavy.................. 12.i
ARRtOW TIES, per bunch..........3~00
R ED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per .u............. 5
WT atches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WATtAIES P2D JEWELM
At the New Store on HioteI Lot,
I hare now on hand a large and elegaint
WA TCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY - PRESENTS,
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
Assignee's Notice of Appoint
IN TILE DISTRICT COURT OF T[IE
UNITED STATES FOR TIlE DISTIG;T
OF~ SOF LIH CA*\RO.INA.- IN BANK.
In the nmtter of F. N. Parker, Bank rat
To wiroM IT .MAr CoNerN: The uinder
signed, .\. A. (LA~RLISLE, hereby !:ives
notice of his tpont.nent as Assign. o
the Estate of F. N. Parker, of Newb.ry in
the Count y of Newh1 erry, in sai al rk-)
and who wafs, t wit, on the fimuy
\Tarch, A. 1). 1 877, adijoiged 1.n: a
upon01 the Petition of htimelf~i, by~ .:.id D)o
Dated at Ne-wberry, the 1st day of -Jam a
uary, A. D. l8o.
M A. CARLISLE,
PRIINTINGi OFIE i.OR~ SA LE.
A RARE CHANCE TO BUY.
THLE DEM OCRAT, published at Craw
fordville, Gi. is offerted for sale, and a pur
chaser ill find tt a grood chance to invest
in a good paying busitness.
THE DElMO(RAT is located on the main
line of the Georgia R. R. t34 miles from
Augusta, aud on middie ground from Au
gusta, Atlanta, and Athens, and haS a large
advertising patronage from all these cities.
THLE DEMOCR AT has a large circulation,
antd commIlands a liberal local and foreignm
patronage. The desire to sell is from pri
s-ate reasons, which a bona fide purchaser
can learn by aipplictationi to
W. D. SULLIVA:N,
.Jan. 7, 2-30 Craw fordville, Ga.
Masotnic works by Inwod Olier or
ris :i d1 D esa guliers, b elonging muTo esC oIf
S. Montgomiory, to
JUNIUS E. CHAPMAN.
Jin. 7, 2-tI
The Southern Cultivator.
Now is the time to suibscribe tor this old
anid retli:thle Am.ricultur'al .101oual. It is ina
its XXXVIJII VotIlme, and standtts at the heol
fagiutrlpapei's. It is nmm publishedl
bi the C]sm:iN A t, Ga.tmi
~Price. -I . - 1.5 peV nnm
Cl1ubs f 0. - 12-t "
THEsof2 WEKL -ONST.UTIO"
THF WEEi0 Y CONSTITUTION,
IANs ND DEANS
DIEtT~jj 1110 P[1~(IiE8
Every Man his own Agent
Grand Introduction Sale.
Fi-: Tno) r.AN1) 51up'r1b Instroneit from11
TI-:N LEL\>ING NJAN1'FAt-iI:R1-:RS [0 be pI:wel
in repre.eitative :-Unthtrni homICeI at F:cto
ry R.ite's for INTRODUCTION and ADvERTIsE
)f-NT. Sa'le inlaii1rt1aed N.v. 1. lS. aid
proving snh1 an illiinmelnse succewill h
clnt inuc'l until Nov. 1. 1-5. The only --.a
of the kind t'vO' suecessfully carried out in
Americal. Don't miUs this chance to in a
GIGANTIC CLt-B of FIVE THoUSAND R'it('IAS
Eti,. each of whom seculres.1an Instlrument
at MANUIACTUREIlt's WHOL1-:SALE IATES.
INFORMATION TO PURCHASERS,
Don't m:ake the m1istai1co of .upposing uis
to he merely "local agents, selling on com
m1ission." Lnlerstand, and don't forget it,
that TEN of the largest mlanufacturers in
Chickering & Sons. Mason & Hamlin.
Hallet & Davis. Guild & Church.
Mathushek Piano Co. Peloubet'&;Pelton
Southern Gem Co. Sterling Organ Co.
have appointed u1s their Sol,:T':x WIR u:
SALE AGENTS anl given us exclusive control
of their instruments for tie South. The.e
Man uftacturers supply us. under special con
tract, with 1 hous:nds of Inst ruments yearly
at onlV a small per cent. ovcr prime cost of
manlufacture. All advantages gained >y
our direct connection with manufacturers
and our immense purchases We giVe direct
ly to purchasers under our
New Plan of Selling !
No Agents! No Comnmissione ' Instruments
shipped froml factory dlirect to purciuaers
and all middle men's profits saved. Every
man his own Agent and entitled to Agent's
rates. The only House South selling on this
new plan. Buying from ua is practically
buying from the Manufacturers ald our
prices are as low as Manuiacturers ever
give. See these Special Offers:
$19 7 Oct. Rose- J Stops. Hand
' wood, Carvedisome Wainuts' 7
legs. Catalogue price.IcaSe, with Goltl orna
71Oct. Rose- 1:3Stops. Three
'?"- wood, largeIsets of reeds,
size.Carve(d Legs.Ser-j age size. extended
pentine Plinth. Cat.-top Etagere case of
price, 860. Irich <design.
Oc2Gt. Squarej 13 Stops.Three
lare size and mag- p e r b M1i r r o r T o p
nific,entlyt ornament- French Walnut, Burl
ed case. Catalogue inlaid and Gold O)rna
pric, $1,000. inentatil Case.
Aii gua~ranteedl Instruments fr-om reliable
nmakers. Soll ud<er Six years guarantee.
Ship)ped direct fromt Factory. or from Sav
annah, if l>referred. For $10 extra on a
Piano or $4 on an Organ, we assume freight
to any IR. i. depot or steamer landing South.
Senit on 15 daiA TEST TRIAL, we nay fiiht,
both ways if not satisfctory. Order and
test in y-our own home. Severest tests of
compnetent miciansC~ invited. Purchasers
choice from TEN LEADING; .MAKERS andl TWO
HIUNDJItED DIFFERIENT STYTLES. Slpecial rates
to Teachers, Schools. Churches and Pastors.
send for introduction S:ale Circular giving
full in format ion. Atidress
LUDDEN & BATES,
Wholesale Piano & Organ Dealers.
D)ec. 17, 51-4m.
If you want a fine suit of Clothing for Sun
day 'vear, or for the holid.ay season, call
on WRIGHt' & J. W. COPP'OCK.
If you want a Baisiness Suit for every day,
call on WRIGIIT & J. W. COPPUCKi.
If' you want an Overcoat to keep the cold
out, call on
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Coat, or a Vest, or a pair of
Pants, a Shirt, Uudergarments of any kind,
a Cravat, pair of G!oves, Collars, call on
WRIGH T & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Umbrella to shield von
froni rain, Shiocs to protect vour feet, a Trunk
to put your clothes in, a Valise &c., call on
WIGH T & J. W. COPPOCK.
Any or all the above at loxwer prices than
ever before effered, by
WR IGIIT & J. W. COPPOCK.
Nov. 26, 48-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
P>y Jacob B. Eller's, Probate Judge.
W he reas EbTencz' r P. Cinalher-rs, h;ah
Ad miniistration, de Ioni, non, of thle Esnire
and, eIti'eS of Gieorge A. Long. decea-ed.
These are thereftore to ci*.e -.i::d admiioniSh
all and simgut.r the i:indred and ecditors
of the said decease'i, that they be and
appea r, betore me,I inl :he Coiurit of Probate,
to be held at New'rr Court ilouse, S. C..
on th~e iyh da of(i Februar nex, after
p)ubicate1ion here: of, at 11 o'clock ~in the
forenoon, to L' the e .se if an theybe,
whyn th said 'dmnriraion' should ::0n be
gran'ted. G7xiven ' un:Q my and, this 20)th
day o1 December. Amino D)omini, 187i.
.J. B. FELLE:RS, J. r'. N. C.
I will sell at the residence of the late
Mr's. Marganret Bowers, about two milies
fromi Prosperity, S C., on Thursday, the
t2nd day of Janiuary, instanit, all i4he per
sonal property' of the said decase'd, to-wit:
One HIorse', Two M'1es,
Cows and Calves,
Fine F"atteninig Hogs, Stock iilogs,
Corn, Fodder, Shuncks,
a Baldes G;otbon, G3otton Seed,
Two Wagons, One Buggy,
llousehold and Kitchen Furniture, etc.
Termis of Sale-CASHI 1
.JAMES P. BOWERS,
As Admn'r of }&t. of Margaret Bowers, dee'd.
2d January, 18S5i-2, :St.
The .nop-artnership heretofore existing
between J. E. BROWN and JU'LIA A.
IKlMLER~ is this d1 .v dissolved by muntu.d
c ons'en t. All persons inid'-hted to said fi rm
fore the i st of Fe bre::ry next, as allI n otes
and -iceounts not setth-d hix that tine wi ll
be pilaced in thte lhi:d; of ani at torney for
J. E. BROCWN,
Newhery S. C. Jan ikt inn K B t.
liai Barrels of nest varieties of SEED
POTATOES to arrivYe.
J. N. MARTIN & Ci.
Ja.7, - _.
LOOK AT I
:Tnvit'? hii-: trind I n : Newhetrry ,nti: -
1st. Ti;hat he has rtn inu1su
31. That over r'th- wl
live and let live: and
4th. Tiiat he will tiju t (rt
75 and 1 por yard.
New :' 2~ of5.
M i 's Cassinr(, of a!! stvls an! pri.
as low as in New York.
.nlo-her lot of all Si:k Ribbo: . ':t I'
-..., worth 25 and ::a.
lI.:nen d ') I1 r'.!on Twel,, froll ci-. to
OUHEN O Vi
DO NOT FORCEi
WHO HAS IN STORE Ti1E
That i ever been COL0I. BIA. En
CUT IN THE LA
A1,o. an elegant assortment of OVERGOU. T
L"lsters. A full line of
GENTS' FURNISING i0t
Do not fail to cnll and examine my goods h,c
Oct. 15, 4I2-m.
ALWAYS HAS THEI LA!
Building Hardware, Hou
IN TiS STATE:.
Carriage and Wagron Bail ling and Trimmiing 'i
Packing and Lai. Babi Metal Machn
Grnd,tone, Pan 0 O XX Wn lo Gb
Sugar Cane Mills and Evaporators and Sugair 1k
Fan Mill Gearing, Fan Screen W:re, Ha::
Sheliers, Straw andi Stalk and Shuck Cuter
and Shovels, Piow Iron, Plow S:ee!, Plow
Iron, ilorse and Mule Shoes. Steel I'ura
Sweeps. Back Bands, Hied Bolts, (
Wagzon, Coil, Well and I:Ilter Chi
Grass~ Scthe. Has~ the Agency
Which are sold at greatly reduced price
[G All Orders, aiccompanied with the Monia.
prompt and careful attention.
Who has once used the PEOPLES' MA
STAE O SOTH AROINA
ByJco . eles Es. rbaeJde
Whereas, E. P. Chams,aslr o h
Brat him. Llters, ofq AdPnroatio J oge
the Estate and eflects of Daniel Suber, de
These are therefore to cite and admor'ish
an andl singukir tae kindredl and ereditore
of the said deceased, that they~ be an:d
apuear, before m:e, in the Court of Probate,
to~ be held at Newbe@rry Court Hlouse, S. C.,
on the '2nd day of Febru.aryv next, afo
publication her.'of, at 11 o'clock in the
forenooni, to shew cause, it any thoy hare,
wasv the -aid Administrah.n uhoul no h
'ra:d. G'iven: under myv hand, tis 22:d
day of Decembher, Anri o D oni, 1K9
J. B. FE LLER-, Jt. P. N. c.
Dec. 24, 52-6at.
Soap, Starch, Soda,
[A , S. (9.,
-r y, t " r: ,".vin tact, :
1 1 t 1
!li '.':P .
: o ,. ti ti:r i Oe i' t Ia kns:rg .ll
r TO CALL ON
I.A.E~GF.?T STOCK OF
EIl Casslneres arid Cheviot Sdit:
S in Fur, Beaver ,4In h K rs ev and
~IDS IN) 1iEVK WEAR
'ore piurc)1I1-ing~ elsewhere.
COL MBIA, S. C.
eTST S 1ITYLE
so urnhaing Goods,re
TA, S.O.~r, Itng
0: L i b~ IorIii Lath,
GEST Vr\RIETY OF
Soois Eto., c ~ ils
.2~t;s Circa! B.twan. Gammrs Bhetig
Lras )s C.:enta, P:aoer air,ts,
P::ty GrV rdsh, Gain and uhs
2. Tohenrste and serator,Fa 3Ils
igo Cands folr s'oge ot>ws. Conton
or Satisfactory City References. will have
Oct. 15, 42-3m.
HUIXE will prefer it over all others,
i .IGENVTS sellin it find it just
tKth PEOPLE want. It
sthe '-huttle lc si:h ru1 eaU i
does,c the~ widest r-m ze c,f work, and
rids th,. b'bbius~ without runnirng the
rks of the mnin l:t. Write for de
Sinti ve rircu lars ~ n ful particutrts.
30 & 30J3 Buttonwrood St.,
Don't Fail to Call on
1TISF1UTi3N IN 000DS
Thani Anyhere in