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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 188(
INDEX TO Naw ADVERTISEXENTS.
S. F. Fant-Show Cases.
R. H. Temple-Reduced Rates.
Mrs. Nathan A. Hunter-Cow Lost.
George Gilliland-Stoves, Tin-ware, &c.
L. L. Boozer-Notice of Final Settlemeni
Herald Book Store-Another Lot of Sea
Blease Stables - Mules, Horses, Mules
L. H. Chandler, D. S. Chandler-Final Set
Washburne & Co.-No More Rheumatisn
New England Silver Plate Co.-Silver Pis
ted Table Ware.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted a
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of nnaeetings, com
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are chargec
as regular advertisements at $1 pei
Notices of administration, and othea
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well a;
communications of a personal charactei
must be paid for in advance
T e subscription price of the Heralc
is $2.00for twelve months, $1.00 for sia
monts, 50 cents for three months an&
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Namsise future will not be placed o
the subscription books until the cash o7
its equivalent is paid.
W' All communications relating tc
personal interests 'will be inserted al
regular advetising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in -advance. tf
T s paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Bowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
reau (10 Spruoe 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
Lan:rakn-arrivas. ..........10 30 A M
. leaves......... 3 00 P.M
Up mi3leloses at-............... 2 05 P M
Down mail closes at..........12 45 P M
Laures mail cles at........... 2 05 PM
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 3,1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Sands out in bold gilt letters on the
front of Mr. Crotwell's aew hotel.
Hon. James N. Lipscomb has been
reappointed and confirmed as Trial Jus.
tice for this Connty.
Are complimentary towards New
berry; they say it is the solidest and
safest and altogether the best business
place.in the State. The number of the
jolly fraternity that visit us shows that
it is a fa place for them.
The Greenville & Columbia Rail
Road has established low and pe- .ihr
rates for the 'summer. This wi. .-:
of incalculable benefit not only to the
people but the road, as double the num
ber will travel now.
The Halt of the Knights of Honor,
In the Crotwell Building, is nearly
complete. It is a very fine hall, con*
veniently argd,spacious and well
ventilated. With two ante-rooms and
a hallway it occupies the whole of the
South wing of the second story.
Stoves, Tin-ware, etc.
lir. Geo. Gilililand has an advertise
ment in the HERALD, to which we call
attention., He is an expert and skillful
workman in roofing, guttering and all
other work in his line, and will give
satisfaction. He has on band all kinds
of stoves and tin-ware. Among the
sto7es are the celebrated Iron King and
Take a Paper.
We have been much gratified by the
increase iir our subscription list, but are
no& satisfied yet. We want to) send the
- to every family in Newherr~
ty. This will be a very importaint
yerin politics, and everybody will
want to know the news. WVe propose
to keep our readers fully posted on the
events of the day. Now is a goo iin.e
Thanks to Carolina Literary Soc iety
of Waihalla College for invitation te
Antnual Debate, Friday evening, Mareli
We return thanks to student E. F.
Vandiver for an invitation to the annual
* debate of the Delphian Society of Wea
verville College, N. C. The question
for debate is one of the deadest ques.
tions of the century-"Is Slavery a Di
vine Institution?" Most stale and un
profitable must be the discussion.
4jr-owad'-tier-in-law of Mr.
Spehi, who lives just beyond the Fail
Grounds, met with a serious acciden1
several days ago. He was cutting dowr
a-tree, which struck another in its fall
turned and jumped back from the
stump, striking the old gentleman's les
and breaking it between the knee an(
ankle. Mr. Coward is an Englishman
and is seventy-five years old. Notwith.
standing his age he is still very active
and is fast recovering from his recen
Glad tidiugs for all sufferers wit!
Coughs and Colds is the announcements
that Coussens' Honey of Tar is a never
failing remedy. Deservedly the mos
popular medicine of tbe age it ha
no rival as a cure for diseases of th
tl,roat and lnn~s. and each day add
The Langford Bridge.
_ We were too hasty last week in say
ing that the bridge over Bush River at
Langford's Mill would be completed in 1
a few days. A few days have passed,
and it is not completed yet, and the
prospects of completion are not encour
aging. Mr. Luther Aull, of Ninety
Six, is the contractor. He finished one
section a week ago, and has done no
work since. What is the matter? The t
bridge is on one of the leading thorough
fares leading to town, and it is impor
tant to a very large number of people
- that it should be finished at once.
Who shall Sing, if not the Children.
Yes, and play too, for that matter,
but how it does cost to keep them in C
music. So it does, but why pay thirty
to fifty cents per piece for music when I
you can get it for one-tenth the sum by t
subscribing for the Southern Musical I
Journal, which costs only $1.25 yearly, c
and brings you every month One Dol- e
lars worth of Music, Vocal and In- t
strumental, and the best that is pub- f
lished. Besides this, the publishers I I
give every subscriber, as a Premium, f F
One Dollars worth of Sheet Music of s
their own selection. Remit $1.25 and a
you can get the Journal for a whole
year and $1.00 worth of any music you F
want. -A specimen copy will be sent
for Ten Cents in postage stamps. Ad
dress the publishers, Ludden & Bates,
oe L o
Godey's Lady's Book for March.
Godey's. Lady's Book for March is a J
choice number of this old established I
favorite of the. fair sex. Its fashion c
plates are numerous and beautiful, giv- t
ing the latest styles of costume for the S
blustering month that, turning away b
from winter, hesitates to smile cordially a
on spring. There is a very pretty de- o
sign for a tobacco bag upon the novelty b
page, that will give ladies a hint for L
presents to gentlemen, and the work J
department is most suggestive of pret- J
ty things to be made at home. The
diagram is a pattern for a street wrap
of new design, and will be especially g
useful at the season when the heavier
wraps are discarded. Mr. Darley's
picture is a continuation of the Illustra- C
tions of the Poets, commenced in the
February number. It is a spirited P
scene from Mrs. Browing's poem, the ~
"Rhyme of the Duchess May," and is
one of the master-pieces of the great ~
artist. The literary department is va- ~
ried and entertaining; "Roslyn's For- s
tune," the new serial by Christian Reid, t
is continued, the interest increasing r
with every page. 2he "Rosebud Gar- a
den of Girls" is concluded, but the ed- ~
itors promise a new serial, "Glen- ~
archan," in the April number. We t
will furnish the HERAW and Godey's I
Lady's Book for one year at the low ~
price of $3.50 on application at this V
There are many places of interest i d
the city of Columbia worthy of atten
tion, and the intelligent visitor will
make it a point to see all that is possi- ~
ble to be seen. Among some of them
is the Asylum, the Penitentiary, the
State House, including the Confederate
monument, and not a few others. But
the chief point of attraction, and one
which no one who studies his best in-C
terest should miss seeing, is the estab
lishment of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath,
the leading china and crockery store of C
Columbia, and in fact of the State. We
know of no other store of the kind in
which a greater variety or better stock
can be found, or more reasonable prices.
We take pleasure in advising our read
ers to call there when in the city, or to
send their orders. 8-tf. C
If you are troubled with Dyspepsia, r
Sour Stomach, Headache, Billiousness, b
or any disorders of a sluggish liver,
Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Liver L
Powder, will cure you. Taken in time,
it will save a doctor's bill and much g,
suffering. It has been used successfully
in many cases where other remedies E
had failed. Dyspepsia is a common
complaint, and anything affording re- c
lief is gladly welcomed. Portaline is r
only 50 ets. a package, and will cure b
you. For sale by W. E. Pelham. e
THoMrsos, Dentist, opposite Herald officet
H. A Burns
Calls attention to his stock of Cigars,
Tobacco, Teas, Fresh Crackers, Can
dies, &c, His stock of Fancy Groee
ries 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
cdes 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
OTHER HOLIDAY BOOKS,
WILL BE SOLD AT(
At IIERALD BOOK STORE.
Lie s Peaur
OnLyi wenu :re i h nomn
of Onll when fauwe and in pere henmet
Thisfcal onclytie wn all prethealth.r
STais orans ofty bowhe ae tefori
thirt furgans oery. he ierrigs
, than. Amrinne nranariv_ The Liver is ]
Damage to Grain.
It was hoped that the cold snap ten
lays or two weeks ago had squelched
:he wheat fly; but not so. Reports re
seived from different sections of the
Jounty within the past week are quite
liscouraging. In the section round
tbout Longsbore's Store great damage
, being done to both wheat and oats.
'he worst pest is not the "hessian fly",
hough it is found here and there, but a
mall insect like a grasshopper. Some
lelds that had looked green and flour
shing have been almost ruined by these
Mr. C. C. Chase, of Spartanburg, is
n a visit to Newberry.
Mr. Stephen B. Fowles left New berry
Vednesday for Beaufort, where he in
ends to locate for the practice of law.
4r. Fowles is a young man of fine
baracter and attainments, and with his
nergy and pluck we have no doubt
bat he will succeed in his chosen pro
zssion. He has a host of friends in
Tewberry, who regret his departure.
le does not go to his new home among
trangers; for 5e has many acquaint
nces and friends in Beaufort.
eedy River Association.
Union, Fourth Section, will meet at
ethel Church, Friday, Feb. 27, 11 a.
2. Introductory Sermor by Luther
roaddus. Missionary Sermon ' W.
. Elkin. Essays: Church Discipline,
f. Werts; Subject of his own choice,
S. Dominick; Duty of Christians to
,ead in Public Prayer, Jas. Packer.
eiies: Should all Churches have
iniform Rules of Discipline ? W. H.
nber; The Best Plan to Induce Mem
ers to Contribute to the Pastor's Sal
ry, John F. Spearman; Is it the Duty
f every Church to Meet on every Sab
ath for worship ? J. R. Spearman, Jr;
it right to Baptize in Impure Water?
no. S. Floyd. Luther Broaddus, Sec.
obn R. Leavell. Moderator.
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
o to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.
The following extract is from Col.
. Donan's address before the Arkansas
"Boys of my audience, bright faced,
spiring youth, longing for the shortest
nd quickest road to fortune, hear a
>len adjuration, and be warned in
me. Never be editors-everybody's
acking blocks, creation's scape-goats
nd sway-backed packed mules. Dead
ead tickets to circuses, dog shows and
stivals-(paid for at the rate of a
venty-five dollar notice for a twenty
e cent ticket)-all very well in their
ay; and daily bouquets from the girls
rho want to see their names in the pa
ers, with the "beautiful and accom
lished" formula swung to them, are
just too charming for any thing." But
o not let them lead into that dingy
en of inky horror, treadmill labor and
guandered opportunities, burlesquingly
nown as the editorial sanctum. Stand
ack. Keep out. Be boot-blacks, chim
ey sweeps, penitentiary birds or mem
ers of the maniac menagerie that
eets in the gorgeous white sepulcher
f a Capitol at Washington. Be mud
lerks on a coal barge, deck-hands in
tripe factory, brakemen on canal
oats, engineers of a one-donkey-power
anal boat, dairyman with an aged ox
nd two he goats as your stock irn traide,
srvant girls in a poor-house or orpha;
sylumn. Be stoek gamblers, railroad
irectors, presidents of sausage stuffing
aachines, rag-venders, charcoal braw
ars, chambermaids in a liv'ery stable,
r policy spouting Senators-but never,
o never, be editors, for half an one is
bree-4arters too much for any well
egulated family to have about the
*iens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
r sale at this office.
The March number of the Eclectic
ontains a portrait which an immense
umber of readers will be pleased to
ave-'that of Charles Reade, the nov
list. Mr. Reade has, until very re
ently, eluded all attempts of the pho.
grapher and portrait-painter, and
uis~ portrait in the Eclectic is, we be
ieve, with the exception of a woodcut
a a recent number of Harper's Wee?ly,
bue first that has appeared in AmericA.
t is admirably engraved on steel, and
epicts a face full of character and ex
The literary contents of the number
.re of the usual excellence and variety,
,nd comprise the following articles:
Russian Nihilism,' (including transla
ions from the most important Nihilistic
rritings), by Fritz Cunliffe-Owen;
Eirst Impressions of the New World'
oncluding paper, by the Duke of
rgyll; 'A Teetotaller's Wine-Cellanr,'
y Dr. B. W. Richardson; 'A Turkish
ffendi on Christendom and Islam;'
Justinian,' a poem, by Robert Blu
hanan; 'The Origin of Species and
enera,' by Alfred Russel Wallace;
Fighting Fitzgerald;' 'White Wings;
. Yatching Romance,' by William
slack, ChaiLers XX. to XXII.; *The
Jhinese Drama,' by Robert K. Douglhs;
To Portia at Belmont;' 'Madamoiselle
le Mersac,' Chapters XXX. and
KXXI.; 'Rejected 3ss;' 'The Auto
>iography of Prince Metternich;' 'Let
t Pass,' a poem; 'Charles Reade,' a
>iographical sketch, by the Editor;
Literary Notices; Foreign Literary1
A Handsome Monument
To Col. Jas. D. Nance has just been
placed over his grave in Rosemont Cem
etery. Col. Nance was killed at the Bat
tle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864, at
the age of twenty-seven, while he was in
command of the 3d S. C. Regiment, of
which he was Colonel. At the time of
his death the papers had been made out
making him a Brigadier-General. The
members of the old Regiment cherish
fondly the name of their brave young
The following are the inscriptions on
the four faces of the Monument; on the
In Newberry, South Carolina,
October 10th, 1837.
James Drayton Nance,
Died in Battle
At the Wilderness in Virginia,
May 6, 1864.
On the 2nd face:
Educated a soldier,
He chose to win his fame through civic
His country called her sons to War;
He perished among the slain in her
3d Regt., S. C. Volunteers,
Confederate States Army.
those we call the dead
Are breathers of an ampler day
For ever nobler ends."
arious and all About
Dr. Fant has stuck his peas. They
ire more than a foot high. a
Mr. Crotwell inends to make four z
iundred thousand more brick in the i
Mr. Antine Buzhardt has purchased E
i lot from Mr. J. M. Johnstone on the
:oad beyond the Fair Grounds, on which
2e proposes to build.
Judge Wallace says he will give
Kewberry County an extra term of
Jourt in April or May, if he can possi
ly do so, and he thinks he can. q
The funniest thing that we have had
:he pleasure of witnessing lately was
3nead's mule running away Tuesday
ith a furniture man. Mule, wagon
und driver came through all right.
Mr. L. P. W. Riser has just finished
another well on his place. We are
fraid to say how many this makes, hut
t is somewhere about the seventh or
ighth. They do well a little while ?
md then go dry. Well!
The mails passing over the different
'ailroads are weighed by agents sent
at by the Post Office Department ev
ry four years, preparatory to giving
ut contracts. Mr. H. C. Moses is per
Eorming this function on the Laurens
Road for thirty days.
The average Newberry young man
looks like an oriental prince, he has so
much bankrupt jewelry about him. A
arge amount of money has been spent
t the California auction store for such
rticles within the past two weeks-just.
because they were cheap.
A gentleman from the country who
bought a castor at the auction a few
nights ago thought it wouldn't look well
o carry it home empty; so he filled all
he cruets before starting with some
hing that looked like vinegar but tasted
very much like "old rye".
Emerson says a man ought to carry
a pencil and note down the thoughts of
he moment. Yes, and one short pen
il, devoted exclusively to that use,
would last some men we- know about
wo thousand years, and then have the
ariginal point on.
(Burlingtont Hawke ye.
Mr. Scurry Coleman, of Edgefield
ounty, was fined $30 by the Council
last week for knocking off the hats of
sundry citizens on the streets-S5 in
each of three cases, and $15 in another.
rhe offenses were committed while he
was under the influence of liquor. Mr.
C. when sober is well behaved and gen
There is a man living just over the
Laurens line, in Newberry, who takes
no newspaper, has a hundred bales of
otton lying in his ginhouse yard, don't
know the price of it, and yet refused to
take a newspaper from the post office,
within a mile of his residence, although
friend proffered to send him a paper
gratuitously. These facts were report
ed to us by a reliable gentleman. e
tapI8 aod fancy ltalloo6ry
HERILD BOOK STORE.
Those in want of Stationery, such as
Paper, Envelopes, Tags, Ink, Pens, Pen-.
cils. Mucilage, Blank Books, or Fancy Ar:i
cdes in this line are invited to examiine ray
Best of Goods and Low Prices.
Fresh supplies constantly received.
Any article not in stock piomnptly order
T. F. GRENEKER.
Aug. 6, 32-ti.
ONE DOLLAR~ A YEAE.
OURa Mos.TaLY is a magazine devoted to gen
eral and religious reading. Its contains 24
double column pages, and every endeavor will
be made to make it worth the money.
Every charitably inclined person should sub
scribe for it, as the entire subscription is devoted
to the support of the orphans in the
NEWBERRY, S. C., Feb. 24, 1880.
Cood Ordinary.....................11 all
diddling ............... ......121a12
3ood Middling .................12,a12
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 6 a 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..... S
Sides, C. li.. New............ S; a 8
)RY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New.............. 6
Sides. C. R., New........... a 8
Sides, Long Clear........... 8
Uncanvassed Hams........ 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces ............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 12}
Granulated Standard..... .. 121a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C......... ............. 1G
New Orleans................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses........ 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson................... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Best Rio ................... 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
OAP. ... ........................ 6a 10
TARCH.. ................... 1o 16
TAR CANDLES................... 15
LOUR, per bbl............... 6.00a 8.00
EARL HOMINY.................. 5
ANDY . .... ..... ...... 20
ONCENTRATED LYE........... 10
NGLISH SODA..................... 10
[ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
EA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
XLE GREASE...................... 10
OBACCO ....... ........... 60a 1.25
AILS (10. keg...................... ..0
,RROW TIES, per bunch............. 3 00
ED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
?D OATS-per tu................. 50a
T. B. LEONARD
Begs to inform his friends that he
can be found in Store No. I, in:
rotwell's New Building,
Just in rear of B. J. Ramage & Son.
He has on band a full line of
[obacco and Segars
J. B. LEONARD.
Jan. '7. 2-3m.
NhBo You Yisit CoIl@bia
Don't Fail to Call on
C. F. JAC 0ON
iTISPAT10N IN IGOODS!
Than Anywhere in
Pil LATEST AND BES8I
IY GOODS and NOTIONE1
C. F. JACKSON.
Dec. 17, 51-tf.
Memorandumu Books down from 10 to i
Lot of Music at half price.
Paper Dolls down from 25 to 15 cents.
Chessmen at cost.
Variety of Religious and Miscellaneous
looks at cost.
Pictures in frames at cost of frame and
Paints for little ones, Picture Books
)rawing Slates, at same reduced prices.
Various other articles at same populai
>rices. Come soon.
T. F. GRENRKER,
Feb. 4, 63-tf Herald Book Store.
lIothe Yaurselves cheapIy
If you want a fine suit of Clothing for Sun
lay wear, or for the holiday season. ec.l
mn WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If~ you want a Business Suit for every day
:all on WRIGIIT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you wvant an Overcoat to keep the coh
>ut, call on
WRIGHI' & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Coat, or a Vest, or a pair o
Pants, a Shirt, Uudergarments of any kind
Cravat, pair of Gloves, Collars, call or
WRIG HT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Umbrella to shield yoi
rom rain, Shoes to protect your feet, a Truni
o put your clothes in, a Valise &c., call 01
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
Any or all the above at lower prices that
wer before ofTered, by
Pianos and Org ans.
DIRECT TO PClS
Every Man his own Agent
LUDDEN & BATES'
NI C kERm C al:.
Grand Introduction Sale. G
FIVE THOUsAND superb Instruments from
TEN LEADING MA .UFACTURIERS to be p'aced
in representative Southern homes at Facto- Sc
ry Rates for INTRODUCTION and ADVERTISE
MENT. Sale inaugurated Nov. 1. 1878. and
proving such an immense success will be
continued until Nov. 1. 1Su. The only sale
of the kind ever successfully carried out in
America. Don't miss this chance to join a
Gi':ANTIC CLUB of FIVE THOUSAND PURCHAS
ERS, each of whom secures an Instrument
at MANUFACTURER'S WHOLESALE RATES.
INFORMATION TO PURCHASERS,
Don't make the mistake of supposing us .
to be merely "local agents, selling on com
mission." Understand, and don't forget it,
that TEN of the largest manufacturers in
Chickering & Sons. Mason &3Hamlin.
Hallet & Davis. Guild & Church.
Mathushek Piano Co. Peloubet*& Pelton,
Southern Gem Co. Sterling Organ Co.
have appointed us their SOUTHERN WHOLE
SALE AGENTS and given us exclusive control
of their instruments for the South. These
Manufacturers supply us. under special con
tract, with thousands of Instruments yearly
at only a small per cent. over prime cost of
manufacture. All advantages gained by
our direct connection with manufacturers
and our immense purchases we give direct
ly to purchasers under our
New Plan of Selling! C
No Agents ! No Commissions! Instruments
shipped from factory direct to purchasers
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. Buing from us is practically St
buying from the Manufacturers and our
prices are as low as Manufacturers ever
give. See these Special Offers:
125, Oct. Rose- 9 Stops. H-and-Q 7
$ l~ wood, Carved ome Walnut$57
legs. Catalogue price. case, with Gold orna
1 " 74 Oct. Rose- 13 Stops. Three$71
wood, larg sets of reeds,e
size,Carved Legs,Ser large size, extended
pentine Plinth. Cat. top Etagere case of
price, $00. rich design. pr
$ 7t OcSquare~ 13etop.Thre8
large size and magp er b M ir r or T op
nificently ornament= French Walnut, Burl :
ed case. Catalogue inaid~ and Gold Orna
price S1.000. jnental Case.
All guaraPteed Instrumnents from reliable
makers. Soid undler Six years guarantee.
Shipped direct from Factory, or from Sav
annah, if preferred. For $10 extra on a
Piano or $4 on an Organ, we assume freight
to any R. R. depot or steamer landingSouth.
Sent on 15 days TEST TRIAL, we pay feight
both ways if not satisfactory. Order and9
test in your own home. Severest tests of
competent niusicians invited. Purchasers
choice from TEN LEADtNG MAKERS and Two
HUNDRED DIFFERENT STYLES. Special rates
to Teachers., Schools. Churches and Pastors.
Send for Introduction Sale Circular giving
fall information. Adclres
LUDDEN & BATES,
Wholesale Piano & Organ Dealers.
DON'T FORGT IT!
Mc SmiIh Music Dou ses
GREENUILLE, S. C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Are NO SMALL SUB-AGENCIES,
BUT REAL WiHOLESALE DEPOTS,
WE KEEP from 10 to 21) Pianos and OrgaDSA
by the dozen. These are Branches of Lud
den & Bates. WE ARE Agents for the Fac
AND SELL AT F.ACTORY PRICES,
MASON & UIAMLIN, PELOUBET & PEL
TON, STERLING ORGANS, &c.. &c.
JUST THINK ! a Peloube't & Pelton,
style 8, for 875 ; style 5, for $800; style 2,
fo' 8.5O. STOOL ainl BO0K INCLUDED,
ALSO HALF FRF.IGHLTI
Chickering, Knabe, Weber, Mathushek,
Guild & Church, Hlallet & Davis Pianos,
A LW AYS SOMET HING; NEW AND
EVERYTHING IN T HE MUSIC LINE.
NO COMMISSION BUSINESS ABOUT THIS,
Bay Direct and Save the Middle
Write to us fo" Illus:raed Catalogue
and Price List, and
YOU WILL SAVE TIME, FREIGHT AND U
McSMITH MUSIC HlOUSE,
CREENVILLE, S. C.
Dec. 3, 49-3m.
JOH CLAR Jr & COIS a
MiINE OP llND [S.
THOMAS RUSSELL & CO.,
SOLE ACENTS. T
To miake room for my -PR'' c( z r,l
r Sock at
Of all styles in Fur, Bea
ents Furnishing Goods and
ile Agent for the Celebrated STA R
- Best Shirt in thi
Do not fail when in Columbia to call and exan
Feb. 18, 8-1v.
RPORTER AND 11ER IN
ALWAYS HAS THE LARG
Building Hardware, Hous
I\ TIlIS STATE.
,rriage an,i Wagon Building and Trimming Mati
Packing and Lacing. Babb; Men . Machinery (
Grindstones, Paints, Ol, Wiidow Glass,
gar Cane Mills and Evaporators and Sugar Pan
Fan Mill Gearing, Fan Screen Wire, Hairov
Shellers, Straw and Stalk and Shuck Cutters,
and Shovels, Plow Iron, Plow Steel, Plow C
Iron, Horse and -&ule Shoes, Steel Turnin
Sweeps, Back Bands, Heel Bolts, Gr
Wagon, Coil, Well and Halter Chai
Grass Scythes. Has the Agency foi
Which are sold at greatly reduced prices; a
9 All Orders, accompanied w,..1 the Money o
ompt and careful attention.
Dry Goods an
JOOK AT TI
Ivites his friends in Newberry and thme publ
1st. That he has an unusuallP
21. 1. That every article was ez
3:1. That every article will be
ye and let live;: and
4th. That he will fight it out
Black Cashmneres-all wool, at 50, 65, j '
and $1per yard. jI
New Styles of Dress Goods, at 25 cts.
r 'ara. l.n
Men's Cassimeres, of all styles and prices,
low as in New York. ing
Another lot of all Silk Ribbons, at 12i i
3., worth 2.5 and ,35. jcot
L..'.n and Cotton Towels, from .5 cts. to pri
rho has once used the PEOPLES' MACI
ratches, Clocks, Jewelry.! I
[ITiJIES AND JEWFELI1
At the New Store on Hotel Lot. D
I have now on hard a urge and elegant1
rATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
[OLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, cl
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES, me
WEDDING AN'] BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS TARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
latchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.el
-- - - all
'he Southern Cultivator. o1
Now is the time to subscribe for this old to
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llEc. WEKL CONTUTprauI.N
Clubs oflO, . . 12.50
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Clubs ci' 20, . 20.00
HE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION.
1~'v~ 1.'4MTTA' PAPER.
[JX IX PRCES
I N ._R II
.OT:IllNG, ! %%.i ?ell my: rena. ;,ing Wi:
ver and Mi?.ons.
Neck Wear a Specialty.
SHIRT, Warranted to be the
.ine my goods before purchasing else
COLUMBIA, S. C.
[A, S. C.
EST VARIETY Of
e Furnishing Goods,
.rial. Circular Saws, Gummers, Beling,
)il, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Laths,
rutty, Varnish, Glue and Brushes.
s, Threshers and' Separators, Fan MfUs,
rs, Smut Machinery, Cotton Gins, Corn
Hoes, Hames, Rakes, Forks, Spades,
hains,-Tire, Band and Horse Sh.e
g and Bull Tongue Plows, Cotton
ass Rods, Clevices,.Plow Lin-es,
Ins, Grain Cradles, Grain and .
the celebrated and superior
Iso, Castings for same of all kinds.
r satisfactory City References, will have
Feb. 18; 8-3m.
A, S. C.,
c generally, to the following facts :
refully selected and bought
Sold on the principle of
>nl this line if it takes all
rints, in endless variety.
llanikits, Jeans, Quilts.
tLil the new styles of"'Silk Ties, Collars
I. Cuffs. -
kn extra fine stock of Hamburg Edg-.
a at prices which cannot be beat.
Tisit me when in Columbia, or if more
ivenient, send orders. Samples and
ces sent on application.
)et: 15, 42-tf.
IINE will prefer it over all other,
JG E.7VT S selling it find it juist
a .the PEOPLE want. It
es the shuttle lock stitch.runs.easi
oes the widest range of work, and
ls the bobbins without running the
s of the machine. Write for de
tive circulars and full particulars.
01 & 1303 Butt@nwood St,,
rugs #Fancy .frticles.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
tentoved to store two doors next to
A. full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
s, Perfumneries, Toilet Articles, Garden
I Field Seeds, always in store and at
)rders promptly attended to.
A.pr. 11, 15-tf.
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacoli B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
WVhereas, Ebenez'r P. Chalmers, hath
de suit to me, to grant him Letters of
ministration, of the derelict Estate and
acts of Richard Moon1, deceased.
[These are thzel fore to eite and admonish
and singular, .he .-nind:ed and creditors
the said deceased, that they be and
>ear, before me, ini the Court of Probate,
he held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
the 2-ind day of Ma 'ch ntext, after
,lication hereof, at 1 1 o'clock in the
ecoon, to shew eause, if any they hare,
y the said Administration should not be
.nted. Given under my Hand, this 10th
Sof February, Annio Domini, 18S0.
. 1 FLL S T 1 i .a N. c.