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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 3, 1880.
InX To NEw ADaRISRnsL.
John J. Amick-Notice.
P. B. Ruff-Gynecology.
J. B. Fellers-Citation-Notice.
Ludden & Bates-Cbickering Pianos.
John P. Kinard-New Auction Store!
J. William Folk-Florida Sugar Cane.
Joseph Caldwell, J. O. Turnipseed-Exec
Louis LeConte-Final Dividend to Depos
itors of Citizens Savings Bank.
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
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R. W. BOONE, P M
Netberry, S. C., Nov..3, 1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. James McClung died recently at
his home near Trinity Church, at the
age of 70 years.
The Grain Crop
In this county is said to be much
larger than for several years, and it is
also looking well. The prospect now
Our young friend Tomn Mayes has
opened a store in the country with every
prospect of doing a good business. It
is oni is mother's place.
This eminent divine paid Newberry
one of his stated visits last week, and
gave the Catholic families here an op
potuity oflertn the holy ordi
nance of mass.
Bey. J. D. Bowles has organised a
Lutheran 'congregation of twenty-two
members, four miles from Prosperity.
A church will be built soon, and the
membership will be increased.
Some people labor under the delusion
that Dr. Buff has retired from the active
practice of his profession. This is a1
mistake-the doctor's health is good
and be is-peae-teatioe as here
The large dwelling-house on Mr. F.H.
Dominick's Tribble place was buged
dowa Tuesday, 24th ult. It was a cn
pied by three families of negroes, who
lost nearly everything they had. A
negro woman is suspected of having
set it on fire.
A corn crib belonging to Edmund
Satterwhite, (col.,) on Mr. W. W. Wal
drop's place, was burned We.dnesday
t,with about fifteen bushels of corn
and some otber small articles. 'The
door was probably broken open and the
corn stolen before the crib was fired, as
the door -was found a little distance
from the fire. Ed has lived with Mr.
Waldrop for nine years.
On the cars a few days ago a lady
was beard to ask, "Is that Capt. Land?"
On being answered affirmatively, she
said he was "a real nice looking fellow."
We agree withiher. Land is anice fel
low, and a good conductor, polite and
affable to all. The Greenville & Col
umbia R. B., however, is noted in this
respect, and the traveller is sure of pro
per attention, and a civil answer to a
The Old Iron Men.
Mr. S. E. Stratton, who advertised so
extensively his coming and his purpose
of purchauing all the old iron, rags and
paper in the County, was unfortunately
superseded by an individual who got in
before him and reaped all the benefit.
It appears that this individual who
scooped up Stratton's stuff advertised to
be in Laurens, so Stratton has gone
there. It was a swap oft and both par
ties are satisfied. Stratton will be back
here in about a month. Save up for
The Anniversary Celebration
Of the Phrenakosmian Literary So
ciety of Newberry College takes place
on Friday evening, Marchb19th at 71-2
o'clock. President, P. H. E. Derrick;
Essayist, Jno. Hawkins; Debate-"Re
solved, That the prosperity of a nation
l.ne.d unon it intelligene." A. J.
If you have paid
for your paper this
And to remark
that $2.50 will be
charged for all sub
- scriptions not paid
Another Mean Act.
Friday night Dr. Pelham hung out a
large square lantern in front of his
store. On the sides of the lantern was
the sign, "Pelham's Drug Store".
and a mortar and pestle. With a I
lamp inside it made a pretty and I
attractive sign at night. About 9
o'clock Dr. Pelham, his brother Ward
law and one or two others in the 1
store, heard a crash, and going out
found that one side of the lantern had
been smashed and the lamp chimney
broken by a stone thrown by some party
who was not in sight. The Doctor
thinks he knows the offending party,
and proposes to "put the law to him."
C. & C. Rail Road.
Air brakes were placed on the pas
senger coaches last week, and they work
like a charm as we have proved by a
recent trip. This is not the only im
prove-nt we are pleased to note
either: new steel rails have been partly 1
laid, trestles repaired and new ones
built, with bridges and a vast amount
of other work, all tending to the better 1
[working of the road. We are pleased 1
to know, too, that a coach runs through
to Charleston, thus obviating the disa
greeable necessity of changing on arri
val in Columbia. Another feature of
improvement is the reduction of fare of
which notice was made last week, and
which will prove wonderfully popular
in an increase of travel, already to be
noticed. We hail these evidences of 1
prosperity and improvement with great 1
pleasure, and wish our road and her i
officers abundant success. t
Glad tidings. for all sufferers wich I
Coughs and Colds is the announce- i
ments that Coussens' Honey of Tar is a <
never-failing remedy. Deservedly the I
most popular medicine of the age, it
has no rival as a cure for diseases of1
the throat and lungs, and each da*
adds fresh triumphs to its long list of]
victories over Coughs, Colds, and more
serious affections of the tbroat and
lungs. One trial. will convince you.
Price 50 cts. White's Cream White
Vermifuge is the best worm killer. Fori
sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham. e.o.w.
Nothing adds so much to the comfort
and beauty of home as the cultivation
of flowers. Nor does anything add
more to the beauty and comfort of man
or woman, than the roses on the cheeks
of those in good health. Dr. Gilder's
Liver Pills will always impart this ro
seate hue if used in time. 10-2m.
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.t
Liens for Sale. c
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent, )
for sale at this office.
There are many places of interest in c
the city of Columbia worthy of atten
tion, and thie intelligent visitor will t
make it a point to see all that is possi- ]
'ble to be seen. Among some of them. j
is the Asylum, the Penitentiary, the ,
State House, including the Confederate ~
monument, and not a few others. But t
the chief point of attraction, and one r
which no one who studies his best in-. a
terest should miss seeing, is the estab
lishment of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, ,
the leading china and crockery store of t
Columbia, and in fact of the State. We t
know of no other store of the kind in a
which a greater variety or better stock I
can be found, or more reasonable prices. s
We take pleasure in advising our read- r
ers tocall there when inthe city, or to ,
send their orders. 8-tf.
T HOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald omECe ')
We were pained to hear of the acci
dent to the bridal party on last Tuesday
evening. The horses in the carriage
containing the bride and groom took
fright near corner of Banks and Lee
streets, precipitating Mr. John Lowe
and his lovely brian~ Miss Annie May,t
on the stone curbing, spraining his
ankle, and inflicting a severe bruise on
her right cheek, all of which were re
lieved by Coussens' Li- itning Liniment,
a cure for Rheumat.ai, Lame Back,
Sprains, Bruises, etc. Price 50 cts.
White's Cream White Vermifuge is the
best worm killer. For sale by Dr. W.1
E. Pelham. e.o-. ]
. A. Burns
Calls attention to his stock of Cigars, 1
Tobacco, Teas, Fresh Crackers, Can-i
dies, &c, His stock of Faney Groce
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
cles 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-i
A HORIBLR URDR!
A Man Murders his Brother, Attempts to
Murder his Wife, and Attempts to
Take His Own Life.
A scene was enacted near Silver
Street in this County, Sunday night,
that transcends in horror anything in
the history of Newberry County. The
facts of the case, so far as we have been
able to gather them, are these: Henry
B. Spearman, son of James S. Spear
man. deceased, lived with his motber
at the old homestead near Silver Street.
Albert Spearman, his half-brother, (son
of J. S. Spearman, dec'd., by a former
wife,) lives in a house in the yard with
his wife. So far as is known the rela
tions between the brothers had been
perfectly friendly. Sunday night, about
3 o'clock, while Henry was sitting on
be piazza, Albert went up to him in an
pparently friendly manner and, with
)at any warning or any apparent anger,
,ut his throat, with a pocket-knife, from
3ar to ear, severing the jugular vein
md causing instant death. He then
went to his wife and stabbed her three
times in the neck; and then stabbed
himself in the neck in six places. Mrs.
3pearman will very likely recover, but
ier husband is in a critical condition.
The only thing that. tends to show
aremeditation in this terrible affair is
hat Saturday Albert Spearman went to
faj. Jackson Teague's and asked the
can of two pistols. saying that he
wanted to shoot some dogs. The pistols
were cartridge shooters, and Maj. T.
ad no cartridges. He also attempted
;o borrow a pistol at Silver Street the
'ame day, but failed. He left a note
lirected to Mr. Jno. T. Peterson, ask
ng Mr. Peterson to see that he and his
wife were decently buried at Mt. Zion
Mhurch, and saying that he was tired
Albert Spearman has been considered
i moral, upright gentleman, is a mem
>er of the Baptist Church, and has, or
ad before his late terrible act, a flour
shing school at Dead Fall. He is about
birty years of age. His wife is a
laughter of Rev. W. H. Farrow, a
Baptist minister. Henry Spearman.
he deceased, was a young man of fine
;haracter and pronise, and was about
wenty-one years of age.
The affair has cast a gloom over the
whole community; for the family is
well known and universally respected.
Robody would have expected a deed of
iolence from one of them. The act of
lbert Spearman is as surprising as it
orrible; and the only reasonable ex
ylanation, as it is the most charitable,
s that he was laboring under a tem
orary fit of insanity. We understand
hat he fell from a tree several years
ago and received an injury to the skull,
ro which it was for a long time
'eared he would not recover.
re Lutheran Conference
Of Newberry, which met in session
it Beth Eden Church Friday, was a
leasant and profitable occasion. The
pening sermon was preached Friday
py Rev. H. S. Wingard. That day and
aturday were devoted largely to the
iscussion of the business interests of
he church. Sunday was a big day.
h attendance was very large, and the
burch was crowded to overflowing.
ni the norning Rev. J. Hawkins
preached a sound, practical sermon on
'Pastoral Support." He premised his
ermon by saying that the subject was
e that ministers did .not like to preach
ipon-they feared it might be thought
hey were seeking their own interest.
t is a matter, however, that ought to
e urged upon the churches; it isof
ital interest to the church, She de
ends in this country upon the volun
ary contributions of the members. The
inisters of the gospel should be liber
ly supported; should be placed be
-ond the fears and harrassing cares of
rant, so that their whole time and
boughts can be devoted, without dis
raction to the work of the ministry. A
cinister cannot be fully effective when
ie is compelled to eke out a scanty
alary by secular,. pursuits, or whose
aind is hampered by the prospect of
rant and dependence. If ministers
eceived a sufficient support the church
vould be a greater power in the world.
rhey deserve a sufficient support. They
re the conservators of the peace and
rood order of society. They do more
han any other class of men in ele
rating the human race. All classes
and conditions of men are under obli
ptions to the ministers-they render
ife and property more secure. Abolish
he ministry, stop the gospel, and the
world will soon relapse into barbarism.
The sermon was practical and will
2 doubt do good.
In the afternoon Revs. J. A. Sligh
wd J. D. Bowles addressed the chil
The following ministers were in at
;endance upon the Conference: G. W.
lolland, J. Hawkins, S. S. Rahn, S. P.
Jugbes, J. D. Bowles, H. S. Wingard,
[. A. Sligh, - Efird and J. D. Shirey,
3uying R. R. Iron.
A young man by the name of Keaton
was arrested Monday by a warrant from
'rrial Justice Carlisle, sworn out by
Eoad Superintendent Carpenter, who
harged him with receiving stolen
yxds, knowing them to be stolen.
eaton had been hauling tin through
~he county for sale. A few days ago
be engaged with a Mr. Langford, who
is buying old iron here, to bay up and
bring in old iron. Among the iron he
bought from colored people were some
pieces of railroad iron. He was warned
about this, and on continuing to buy it
Mrs. Mower has gone North to pur- pIei
chase her spring stock of goods. star
Col. Jno. R. Abney, of Columbia, wh<
stopped over in Newberry Thursday on T
returning from the Laurens Court. moi
Mr. Noah Brown, traveling for the bef<
Hall Safe and Lock Company, of Cin- The
cinnati, was in town last week. He S
has sold several safes here recently- lon
Mr. J. Boozer, traveling for the hat For
house of Edmonds T. Brown & Co., of T
Charleston, paid Newberry a visit on R.I
Thursday last. of t
We were pleased to have a call last and
week from Mr. Fred Marks, a retired freil
veteran of the "Art Preservative of all few
Arts." He is now traveling in the in- T
terest of Mr. C. C. Habenicht for fur- that
nishing ice. pay
House Breaking-A Dastardly Act. that
Until recently Mr. E. W. Thomason, othe
the Auctioneer, lived in his new house
on Harrington Street. A few weeks whi
ago be sold the house to Mr. D. M.
Ward, leaving a large part of his furni
ture in it, and went to boarding. Wed
nesday night, the 25th alt., some one
broke open the back door of the house,
which was unoccupied, went in and did a
considerable damage to furniture. Mr.
Thomason had sold most of his furni
Lure; but some of that which he had dr
sold, besides his own, was still in the der
house. With the exception of one or Advi
two articles, only his own furniture was
injured. When Mr. Thomason went'__
into the house Thursday morning he ger
found that about a dozen pictures had boy,
been cut and defaced,glass and crockery mor
ware had been smashed, and other dam- wor
age done. Nothing was carried off, dan
showing that the party who committed his
the depredation did it with enmity to som
the owner, and not for the purpose of and
gain. Chief of Police Fellers is trying can
to ferret out the guilty party, and we fath
hope he will succeed. Such outrages and
should meet with condign punishment. And
A Qf Day.. hon
A long ntemplated-visit to,the Po
maria Nlurseries was made oriWednes- A
dlay last. First we took the cars to Po- Nia
mari:., and walked with Col. Holloway frou
to his mansion on the bill, from whence Pol
we were kindly speeded. with the loan Tab
of a buggy,roomy enough to accommo- are
date our party (five), and a pair of
mules, to Uncle Dave Wedaman's.
Uncle Dave was in his blacksmith shop I
and Aunt S. off on a bender to Cousin -m
somebody's house-both turned up in
good time, however, and we had a
rousing welcome, and a big supper, a B
long chat, and then comfortable beds
and a chance to sleep. This was fol
lowed by breakfast, one of the ingredi- ty .a
ents being the irrepressible fried chick
en. A ride of four miles in a springless
wagon over a pretty fair road, in theam
early freshness of a delightful morning, Feb
with just jolting enough to give zest to wl
the ride, brought us to the Nurseries
where we were met by the polite and LU]
intelligent young proprietor, Mr. Johni who
A. Summer, and Mr. R. H. Wright, Ms
rom town, who like ourself was in j
guest of shrubbery and flowering plants
and bulbs. It was our first visit and
right well pleased we were. We found Goo<
Irr. Summer, although young in the ~
business, quite au fait. The Nursery GoOt
is well stocked with fruit trees and G
srubbery, we are pleased to say, and
Ir. S. is doing a pretty lair business,
receiving orders daily from various
parts of the country, which be fills with
reliability and dispatch, and we are By
lad to add from personal observationBA
:hat our people at home can be supplied
>n better terms and with greater cer
ainty than they can abroad. Success DRY
to Mr. Summer and his enterprise.
We learned on this trip what we did aAs
ot know before, or perhaps had forgot
en, that though called the Pomaria LAX
Nurseries, they are in Lexington Coun
Ly. about a mile over the line. 8IUG
Farther, that Col. Holloway has re
igned his onerous position as Depot
Agent-having too many irons in the
Fre to allow him any longer to continue
to hold it. He is a man extensively xol
employed. It is thought that Mr. Da
vid Hipp will succeed him. This latter
gentleman has a stare pretty well EA
tocked with goods at PomarTE
The grain crops in this section are
ooking fine, and a large area has been AL
A new, small warehouse but lately
rected totters ready to fall. The foun
dations were bad. VInt
Various and all AlsoutCO
Gardening progresses. so'
Buildings hastening on. STA
New stores will soon be opened. FLO
Dr. Fant will have the finest in town. CON
Butter and eggs are scarce articles HoB
about town. SEA
Everything is susceptible of change TN
xcept an editor's pocket. BA
That pine straw promised as a litter
for the Herald, where is it. -=
Spring poetry will soon be in demand No~
-don't bring it in yet, however. B'
Can squeezing a person in a crowd Jud
be termed "a liberty of the pressP" the
A big head is no more evidence of Coui
brains than a paper collar is of a shirt.
Farmers are busily engaged in work, miss
taking advantage of the unusually fine F4
"When a doctor's business is at a
stand-still he feels terribly out of pa
From March 6th to 13th call and get I M
your Florida Sugar Cane at Jalapa, jP
S. C. J. WILLIAM FOLK. |
AtetoVsivtd otecr f o
Attention is invited to the card of Boo
ames Packer, Eeq., has just com
ed a street scene for the Thespian
e, which is the admiration of all
> have seen it.
he Press and Banner says there are
-e lawyers in Abbeville than ever
,re known in the history of the town.
re should be. a stop law passed.
nigar cane will yield 400 to 600 gal
of syrup and sugar to an acre.
sale by J. William Folk.
he freight business of the G. & C.
. is unusually large for this season
he year. The whole region round
about Pomaria was filled with
ght traidf last Wednesday, while a
were at Prosperity.
wo loads for one, and good loads at
is the way Mr. E. P. Mathews
3 his subscription to the HERALD.
thinks the HERALD is worth more
one load of wood. Would that
rs would wood us in this style.
re were struck with the facility with
ch the Rev. J. D. Shirey stowed
y the immense crowd who attended
Eden Church on last Sunday. We
icularly noticed how he found room
one of the front benches. It was t
rently full just before service com
ced, but as the crowd pressed in
Rev. gentleman invited them to the
t ard packed them in. It was won
l, and we wondered how he did it.
ce to the Girls.
irls.beware of transient young men
ver suffer the addresses of a stran
recollect, one good steady farmer
or industrious mechanic, is worth
e than all the floating trash in the
Id-the allurements of a human
ly jack with a gold chain around
neck, a walking stick in his paw,
e honest tailor's coat on his back,
his brainless, though fancy skull,
never make up the loss of a kind
3r's home, a good mother's counsel,
the society of brothers and sisters.
their affection lasts-while that of =
a man is lost at the wane of a
ymoon. Tis true."
.n ice bridge has formed across
ara River below the fall, extending
the new Suspension bridge to a
t between Prospect House and
le Rock, and several persons have
idv crossed on it.
Other Pianos wear out
F THEY SOOGN FOR!EVERs
ci20B. in all rotcontests and for 58 Z
Musical aWonderful Durabili.
d Ra=~uae Cost. True economy indicates y
a380 of a genuine Chickering and no other.
IT CHANCE TO BUY CHEAP ,
Lckeing & Sons largely advanced their prics
. Ou dicontractspirApil, sadWe
flaflprder rWSive.beOrlI aat lL rates.
ricanware pouiily lthe inM hCB
rnow and save from .25 to on the pur
iPresent rates guaranteed only to April z. j
)DENI & .BATES, Savannah, Ga. '
tesale Agents for Ga,la.,S. C.,N. C.,& Ala.
r. 3, 10-4t.
NEwBERRY, S. C., Mar. 2, 1880.
iOrdinary................11 allt 1
od demand at quotations.
ewberry Prices Current.
J. N. MART IN & CO. 1
Shoulders, Prime New....... 6j a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 8
Sides, C. R., New........... 8j a 8j
SALTED MEATS- i
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, ini Buckets.......... 12j
Granulated Standard..... . 2ja
Coffee C................. 10
New Orleans............. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 60
Cuba Molasses.......60 ,
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson.......... 1.50
Roasted or Parched. 0 a
Best Rio............... 2a
Good Rio.............. 20s
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
% CANDLES............... 15
[R, per bbl................6.0a 8.00
DY............ ........ 20 8
DETRATED LYE.......... 10 ]
ISH SODA............... 10
SORD'S BAKING POWD ER 25
FOAM A KTNG POWDER 35
E GRE ASE................. 10
S (10) keg................. 0
OW TIES, per bunch...... 8 0
CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
OATS-per 1;............. 50a
ice of Final Settlements
rpermission of Hon. J. B. Fe'lers as
;e of Probate, I will make a final settle- E
.of my accounts as Administratri: of
state of Win. D. Reeder, dee'd., in ihe a
t of Probate for Newberry County, on c
-sday, the 18th day of March next, and a
ediately thereafter apply for letters dis- t
ory. ELIZA J. REEDER, c
A dm'x., &c.
b. 16, 1880. 8-5t* i
eorardum Books down from 10 to 5
>pe ollsi dow haof 2price. en.i
spmer Dall ost.o 2 o15cns
riestme oft Reios dMselaeu
<s t os.,o tin ffrm an
TOYES, TIN-WARE, WOODEN-WARE, &C.,
3egs his friends and the public to inspect
uis stock of goods before purchasing else
My Stoves are first-class, large, heavy
nd durable. Among others I have the
e"ebrated Farmer Girl ani the famous Iron
[ing Cook. Castings and. repairs for v'a
ious Stoves on hand.
My Tin-ware is all home made and of the
'ery best material. Roofing, Guttering and
tepairing attended to. AU work guaran
eed. Don't miss the place: The Up-Town
'in Shop (Sign of the Red Coffee Pot) in
he Whaley Building. gr I do not intend
o be undersold by any one.
Feb. 25, 9-3m.
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iedmont Ammoniated Guano,
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A. M. Prager, 7:4 Newark avenue, Jersey
~ity, Chronmc Rheumatism
John F. Chamberlain, Esq., Washington
~lub, Washington, D. C., Rheumatic Gout.
Win. E. Arnold, Esq., 12 Weybosset street,
rovidence, R. I., of twenty years' Chronic
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t take no imitation or substitute, as our
alicylica (copyrighted) is guaranteed to re
Leve, or money refunded, and will be de
Lvered free on receipt of orders, by calling
n or addressing
WASHBURNE & CO.,
2 Broadway, cor. Fulton St., (Knox Build
ing), NEW YORK.
W. E, PELIIAM, Sole Agent.
Feb. 25, 1880-9-ly.
0. B. BUTER & 110.,
The undersigned have associated together
r the purpose of conducting a MACHINE
HOP and GRIST MILL, and will give par
cular attention to
epairing Engines and Boilers,
d persons having work of this kind to do
i find it to their advantage to patronize
. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
We are also Agents for
)UR GRIST MILLS
Are running daily, turning out the best
f Meal, and Merchants can rely on being
uppied at all times and AT TflE LOW
0. B. BUTLER.
R. H. ANDERSON.
Nov. 5, 45-3m.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ebenezer P. Chalmers, hath
lade suit to me, to grant him Letters o!
Ldministration, of the derelict Estate and
ifects of Richard Moon, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
and singular, the kindred and creditors
f the said deceased, that they be and
ppear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
> be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
n the 22nd day of March next, after
ublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
renoon, to shew cause, if any thi y have,
hy the said Administration should not be,
ranted. Given under my Hand, this 10th
Lay ot February, Anno Domini, 1880.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
Feb. 11, 7l-6t.
~SA WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. You can give the,
business a trnal without expense.:
The best opportunity ever offered
>r tose wiling to work. Yo sholtr
Lothing else until you see for yoursell what'
GREAT -AT T111
M. L. K
To make room for my SPRING -T+) 1K o! Cl
ter Stock at
Of all styles in Fur, Bea
Gents Furnishing Goods and
Sole Agent for the Celebrated STA R
Best Shirt in th
Do not fail when in Columbia to call and exai
Feb. 18, 8-19.
IMPORTER IND DEALER IN
ALWAYS HAS THE LAR(
Building Hardware, Hou$
IN TEIIS STATE.
Carriage and Wagon Building and Trimming Mal
Packing and Lacing, Babbit Metal, Machinery
Grindstones, Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
Sugar Cane Mills and Evaporators and Sugar Pat
Fan Mill Gearing, Fan Screen Wire, Hifrroo
Shellers, Straw and Stalk and Shuck Cutters;
and Shovels, Plow Iron, Plow Steel, Piow (
Iron, Horse and Mule Shoes, Steel Turnir
Sweeps, Back Bands, Heel Bols., Gi
Wagon, Coil, Well and Halter Cha
Grass Scythes. Has the Agency fo
Which are sold at greatly reduced prie.s;a
0 All Orders, accompanied with the Money<
prompt and careful attention.
.Dry Goods an
LOOK AT TI
C.. F. J
Invites his friends in Newberry and the pub
1st. That he has an unusuallb
2nd. That every article was e~
31. That every article will be
live and let live ; and
4th. That he will fight it Out'
Black aashmneres-all wool, at 50, 65, I
75ew Styles ofrdDress Goods, at 25 ets.
per yard. an
Men's Cassimneres, of all sbyles and prices,
as low as in New York. n
Another lot of all Silk Ribbons, at- 12%
ts., worth 25 and 35.~ co
Linen and Cotton Towels, from 5 et.s. to pri
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WATIJIES AND JEWELRY ~
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a lreand elegant of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STEINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS)
IN ENDLESs VARIETY.Al
All orders.by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing J
D~one Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
EDUARD SCHOLTZ. for
Nov. 21, 47-tf-.a
JOH C[AIIK Jr & CDI'
AHINE OR HAND USE. =
THOMAS RUSSELL & CO., I]
FOR S.A8. BY R.
Fe. &1 7-3. 8MOERo
Fe. 1'-m nmcs
TOBIAS BA WKINS~
e H OUSE
2TLHING, I will sell my remaining Win
ver and Miltons.
Neck Wear a Specialty.
SHIRT, Warranted to be-the
nine my goods before purchasing else
COLUMBIA, L:- C>
EST VARIETY OF
e Furnishing Goods,
erial, Circular Saws, Gnnmmers, Beiti,.
)il, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair,Iaths,
Putty, Varnish, Glue and Bruses.
,;Threshet and Separaters, 'an KiN
vs, Smut Machinery, Cotton Gins, Corli
Hoes, Hames, Rakes, Forks,-Spad s,
'ains, Tire,, Band andHAorse Shoe
g and Ball Tongue Plows, Cotton
ass Rods, Clevices, Plow Lines,
ins, Grain Cradles, Grain and
r the celebrated and seperior - -
iso, Castings for same of all kinds.
r satisfactory City References, Wil1 *iave
A, S. (C.
lic generally, to the following facts
trefully selected and bgught
sold on the principle of
n this line if it takes all
rnts, in endless variety.'
lankets, Jeans, Quilis.
411 the new styles of Silk Ties, ColIlars
Ln extra fine stock of Hamburg Edg
:s at prices which cannot be beat.
fTisit me when in Columbia, er if more
ivenient, send orders. Samuples and
ces sent on application.
l'he subscriber having bought the ito lk
the irm of J. Taylor & Co., will continue
conduct the business in all of its various
LINTING AND TRIMMING,
of which will be done in first ciass style.
have a choice and well selected stock
seasoned material and will build
ouble and Single Seat
sale and to order, of any style or 'paLt
, promptly, and guarantee satisfaction,
[ will employ none but the best and
t careful workmen ;' and spare no pains
make my work flrst class.
)LD CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES reno
ed and made to look equal to new.
EPAIRIN'G done in the best mianner
IORSESHOENG and PLAN"IATION
)RK promptly done.
til of the above will be executed
t liberal patronage respectfully solicited.
Shop Opposite Jail,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
)ct. 8, 41-6m.
rugs #' Fanwy .rices.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
uIGT AND HJlMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
emoved to store two doors next to
L full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
3, Perfumeies, Toilet Artices, Garden
! Field Seeds, always in store and at
)rders promptly attended to.
Lpr. 11, 15-tf.