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Iess than half the cost of imported
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INDEX TO NEW ADVERTIsEXENTS.
Jesse C. Smith-Tax Notice.
Thos. D. Buzzard-Sale of Personal Pro
Jhn T. Duncan-Notice of Final Dis
Leavell & Spearman-The Stono Phosphate
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy survey
HALF SHEm.-As stated last week
we issue on the present occasion but a
half-sheet, that all the employees of the
officemight have a brief respite from
work; and the holiday over we will
buckle to the work again with renewed
energies. The next issue will be a full
As this half paper is only intended
for the accommodation of such adver
tisements, legal and otherwise, as may
be handed in, the reader will only look
for such current and local items as have
transpired during the week. We trust
therefore no one will be disappointed.
TAx NOTICE.-Treasurer J. C. Smith,
it will be seen by notice in this paper,
is now prepared to receive taxes. Par
ties interested will pay attention as the
time is limited.
Mandarin Teas, the best, purest and
cheapest, at Mrs. D. Mower's. Price,
75c., $1.00 and $1.50 per lb. 13-tf
We are pleased to see that James ?
J. Caldwell, Esq., has been appointed
by Hon. Richard Coke, Governor of
Texas, a Commissioner of Deeds for the
State of Texas, resident in South Caro
PEEtSONAL.-Mr. Geo. B. Sondley,
representative of that spicy and flourish
ing paper the Florence Pioneer, spent
his Christmas in our town. His busi
neis here was of a very interesting
DON'T FOBGET the entertainment to
be given by the young ladies of the
Female Academy to-night,( Wednesday)
and remember, too, that the proceeds
are for a most laudable object. There
wlbePlays, Tableaux, Musie, etc.,
the whole programme giving promise
of a treat seldom afforded. Turn out,
everybody, and give them.a full house.
THE PLA~CE.-Under the Columbia
Hotel,'on Main street, Columbia, at the
People's Store of Messrs. Kingsland &
Heath, seekers of Christmas and New
-Year's fancies cannot fail to be pleased.
The articles kept by them are legion,
for there are to be found all things un
der the sun. Besides fancies, they are
in full supply of all useful and neces
sairy articles in China, Crockery, Tin
and Woodenware, &c. f>1-tf.
It is reported that Col. Dodamiead has
resigned his po)sition on1 the Greenville
& Columbia Rt. R., and has accepted
the Superintendency of the Chesapeake
& Ohio Railroad. Col. H. T. Peake,
iL is said, will succeed him on the
Greenville Railroad. If the report be
true that the former has resigned, we
are gratified that a gentleman so favor
ably known is spoken of as his succes
sor. We know of no man better quali
fled for the position than Col. Peake.
In this event the work of irebuilding the
Laurens road must fall to other hands,
and we trust it will suffer no detriment.
To FAmfERxS.-Atten1tion is particu
larly invited to the double column card of
the Stono Phosphate Company of Char
leston, which appears in this issue of our
paper. This company is represented
by the best men in the State, among
whom we mention Win. Ravenel,
President, Dr. St. Julian Ravenel,
Chemist, and Geo. S. Cameron, Jas. S.
Gibbs. &c., as directors, a suffcient
guarantee for the purity and worth of
the fertilizers offered. It will be no
ticed. also, that the terms offered are
exceedingly liberal, and our farmer
friends who would make good crops
are advised to lay in a supply of either
without delay. The agents for these
justly celebrated Fertilizers for New
berry, are Messrs. Leavell & Spear
man. and at Charleston, Messrs. Wil
lams, Black & Williams.
TWO AND) A HALF CENTS.-The In
dian Girl of Perry & Slawson still holds
undisputed sway over the hearts of the
great smoking public; if anything the
admiration increases and s. ill continue
to increase, for her announcements are
always of such a character as to give
satisnc The confidence gained at
the beginning of her career has never
been misplaced, for her watchword is
Excelsior. One of the most successful
moves- made w:ts in offering an excel
lent cigar at two and a half cents by
the box, as it enabled the inveterates to
buy boxes instead of bunches as before.
Messrs. Perry & Slawson, the proprie
tors, have certainly taken that tide at
its flood which carries men to fortune,
ad they deserve the eminent success
attained. All orders sent them will be
promptly and satisfa~ctorily filled, for
an b,.a or price of cigar. tf.
A RAir. CHRISTMAs-A young gen
from the rural portion of the State 0
Newberrv, not satisfied with the shar
of Christmas gifts which fell to his 10
on that happy occasion, concluded t<
take some independently of Santa Claus
father, mother, friends or any other man
It must be free, too, and setting his wit
to work he chanced on the brillian1
idea of a free ride on the rail from th<
neighboring town of Helena to the cit
of Newberrv. No sooner did the ide.
strike him than he strrck out on s
brisk walk and reached Helena in timE
to take the train down. It was his firsl
ride by rail and he pronounces it firsl
rate, and a real nice Christmas, you bet.
That young fellow is bound to succeed,
and if he will come to this office we
will give him a first class 'devilship.
Madame Demorest's Reliable Pat
terns of all sorts can be obtained at
Mrs. D. Mower's. 18-tf.
SAD.-The clerks of one of the large
business houses of this town were turn
ed loose on Thnrsday night last, and to
a man they marched up to the book
keeper's desk singing "shake not thy
GoREE locks" at us until our furlough is
out. Early next morning the GIFFIN
of the establishment could nowhere be
found, and it was decided to HUNT the
bird up, so DAVIDS ox a cream colored
horse took the lead, JoHN SToNE fol
lowing hard after. The excitement be
came so intense that had not a GooD
MA- of the party explained the matter
to the people, the whole of them would
have been done BpowN. So much for
taking-Christmas. We are glad to
say that HARMON-y now prevails. and
that calico and bacon, homespuns and
sugars, ribbons and molasses, cotton
ties and grist, together with many other
articles, can still be had under the
HERALD Book Store.
CITSTMAS WEEK.-All things con
sidered a pleasanter Christmas has not
been experienced in the memory of the
oldest inhabitant, and with the excep
tion of a colored man wounded at a hot
supper by another of the same color,
nothing has happened to interrupt the
happy current of affairs. The delight
ful weather which lasted until Friday
night, and which enabled everybody to
pedestrianize with comfort and make
the thousands of purchases necessary to
conduce to the happiness of the season,
was enjoyed to its full. We do not re
collect ever having such an aninterrup
ted spell of beautiful weather. Busi
ness in consequence never was better,
and some of the fancy goods' as well as
heavy dealers, are nearly out of mate
rial, and until they replenish will be at
their wits ends to supply farther demand.
Had the rainy season not set in on Fri
day night, there is no telling how many
merchants would have been bankrupt
in stock, how many people bankrupt
in pocket, or how many made happier
than they are.
As for the amusements, celebrations,
dinners, suppers, parties, weddings,
hristmas trees, &c., the list is too nu
merous for mention in detail. We will
briefly allude to a few, and first came
The Masonic celebration of Amity
Lodge. which embraced the dedication
of their New Hall, by Grand Master
Hoyt, of Anderson, the installation of
officers, the supper, and we were about
to say the Ball, but as that is a disputed
point-although there was considerable
dancing-we will simply call it a grand
Terpsichorean close of the pleasant cele
bration. which did not wind up till the
better part of the night had fled. and
the company arrived at the conclusion
that they had had a most delightful
time. A large amiount of the happi
ness on the occasion was attributable to
Mr. C. C. Chase's elegant supper.
On this self-same night friend Mar
shall spread himself and his tables, and
many were made happy by the good
things provided for them.
The next morning, friend Scott, of
post office fame, held a seance in which
music "by the band," wit, by the com
pany, wine and segars in profusion, by
the genial host, were the order.
Ah, these Christmas times, how warm
and generous the hearts of all. Would
that the season could last longer.
The Christmas T r e e programme
opened at Miss Gilder's school room.
It was a very pretty tree there exhibit
ed, handsomely decorated, profusely
laden and beautifully lighted with wax
tapers. Mr. 0. L. Schumpert dispensed.
the presents to numerous little people,
t the delight of a large number of big
Christmas day the Beth Eden Luther
an congregation made a fine display
with their Sunday School tree. There
was a long letter read by the pastoi
from the Tree to the children, much
beautiful singing, led by Prof. Hawkins,
and then to the infinite delight of a
crowded house, the hundreds of appro
priate presents were distributed. Messrs.
Antoine Buzhardt and J. Brown had
the felicity of taking down the presents.
and we are satisfied it was warm worn
by the way in which they perspired
the atmosphere being very close in con
sequence of the exclusion of air ani
light, the burning tapers, chandeliers
and the roaring stoves-we did not en
v either of them. The Rev. Pastoi
Shirey read the names, while Capt. Aul
and a couple of young gents, named
forgotten, acted efficiently as runners
Every one in the church, we believe
received some token-even to the edito1
-some few much more than otherm
The only objeetion that could he raise'.
was that the great nunmber of presente
distributed occupied such a length o.
that time very many grew hungry, an<
no doubt wished that fried chicken and
biscuit were on the programme. Bui
altogether it was a very pleasant affair
a beautiful tree, indeed, and retlectei
great credit on those who lent their ai<
in an entertainment so full of pleasur
to the children. The cold ride goini
out the loss of dinner, the colder rid<
bick was almost enough of trees fo
one day, but still we ventured out a
night for a short time to look at
The beautiful Sunday School tr~e<
planted in Luther Chapel, and had the
pleasure of hearing some appropriat'
singing by the Choir, and the happ3
remarks of the Rev. H. W. Kuas ti
the children, in which he regretted, evel
so much, not being able to give them
rainbow as wesll as a tree. His explana
t tion as to bow the rainbow was made
f was plain and easily understood; but
a never mind the rainbow, there was the
t tree, apd a very nice looking one, too,
and filled with elegant presents. Owing
to the crowded state of the church, and
the reasons before mentioned, we left
early and before the gifts were awarded,
fully satisfied that each would reach
the one intended, and that we would not
be missed from the small corner in the
gallery where we could neither see nor
The trees were a success, so far as
we know. There were other trees in
the country, but not having wings it
was impossible for us to visit and re
port on them all.
Then we had the Carolina Native
Minstrels at Temperance Hall. There
was so much else on the carpet, how
ever, that the Natives did not draw a
There was a happy wedding in town
on Christmas Eve,
And an elegant supper Christmas
night on College Hill,
And, and, but we will not say any
more, lest some folks think we indulged
in Egg Nog, and have not yet got over
Take the Christmas of 1874 altogeth
er, w;ti, the exception that we lost our
dinner on the very day of all days that
people think they can least afford to do
without that meal, we can honestly say
it was a merry one, and one which will
Jbe remembered long.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
We regret having to say that the
weather has changed-the beautiful
days have vanished-and we are in
No doubt everybody here has realized
the change-still it is onr duty as a
journalist to mention it.
The Carolina Native Minstrels did
not draw worth a cent.
The greatest change of modern times
-the proprietorship of the Baltimore
Between the Cemetery and the steam
mill there is a small bridge and a por
tion of one plank is lacking. It bas
been gone near about two months.
Cannot some one in the neighborhood
replace it. The County Commissioners
will not object.
L. R. Marshall very nearly starved
last week, his run of customers was so
great that for three days he had no
chance to eat. We are glad to say he
has had a few square meals since, and
feels fresh for New Year's trade.
Very little Egg Nog was drank this
Christmas. This office reports not a
The individual who could not see it
has recovered his vision. He was trou
bled with 'red eye'-no egg in it.
As we print but a half sheet and the
printers want as much of the holiday
as possible, the items of this column
NEWBERRT,December 29.-Cotton market
continues active, with good supply-closing
Agures, 13.j. Number of bales shipped, 1,163.
NEw YoRK, December 28.-Cotton quiet ;
sales 480, at 141a14.
CHARLESTON, December 28.-Cotton firmn
good qualities-middling 14.
AUGUsTA, December 28.-Cotton firHL
LivanrooL, December 28 -Cotton quiet
and steady-ulenlds 7ta71; Orleans 71.
Dr. J. WaIker's California
VTiear Bitters are a purely Veg
etablepreparationl, made chiefly from
the nlatire herb)s found on the lower
ranges8 of the Sierra Nevada moun
tninii of California, the medicinal
properties of which are extracted
t berefromn without the use of Alcohol.
The~ qu.stion is almost daily asked,
-Whait is the causc of the unpar
:tleled success of VINEGAR BIT
ms! Our auswer is, that they
rmove the cause of disease, and
tho p;ient recovers his health. They
- re thm great blood purifier and a
Lv.-girin:g pr~iciple, a perfect Reno
valor anmd I nvigorato~r of the system.
Niver b'efore in the history of the world
a a mdicine been compounded pos
:essing the remnarkaible qualities of VIN
l:o.ut BTSs in healing the sick of
every disease man is heir to. They are
a gentle P urcative as well as a Tonic,
r.1herig Cogestionl or Inflammation of
the Lie anid V isceral Orgaus, in Bilious
The properties of DR. WALK
ERS lIEG Al R ITTERs are Aperient, Dia
thoretic'. Carminuative, Nutritious, Laxa
ivye. )iuretic. Sedative. Counter-Irritant,
S'd.ori". A Iternt ive. and Anti-Bilious.
R. H. preDONIALD & CO.,
Drgista & Gen. Agt. San Francisco. Califor
s, & oor: ofWahntnand Charlton Sts.,N.Y.
Sold by fR rgiets and Dealers.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
Adger's Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
Liberal advances made upon consignments
of Cotton and other produce to them in
Charleston, or through them to their cor
respondents in Liverpool, New York and
Particular attent ion git-en to saic of
W. C. BEE, IErGREN. P. JEavar,
Taxo. D. J:avigv, LAaNSs N. CuIrsoLE.
Oct. 28, 4-m
TO YOU/NS MEN.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope. P'rice
A Lecture on the Nature. Treatment, and
Radical cure of Seminal W~eakness, or spe-r
m atorrheaa. induced by Sell-Abuse, involun
tar Emssins.Impotency, Nervous Debil
itv and lipedimients to Marriage general
l; Consumption, Epilepsy and F'its; Men
tal and Physical Incapacity, &c.-By RtOB
ERT J. CU;L vERwEL L, M!. 1).. author of the
"Green Book." &c.
The world-renowned author, in this admi
rable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
SefAbuse may be effectually removed with
out medicine, and without dangerous surgi
cal operations, b)ougies, instruments, rmngs.
or cordials; pointing out a miode of cure at
once certain and e1fectual. by which every
sufferer, jno matter what his condition may
be, ma cure himself cheaply, privately and
.m This Lecture will prove a boon to
thousands and thousand..
Sent, under seal. in a plain envelope, to
any addres., on receiptof six cents, or two
ddesteP Bihowg, e Y1
CHAS. J. t.. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowerv, New York-.
Post Office Boz, 4~66. July 15, '7t-25-ly.
THE WILSON SHTTLE
The Best and Cheapest in the
Hereafter the General Office in Columbia
The WiEson Sewing Machines,
BY THE HALF DOZEN,
To Merchants, Dealers and Gzanges,
At Wholesale Cash Price.
A good active a-ent wanted for Newber
Address all orders to
MOORE & COZBY,
COLUMB[IA, S. C'.
Dec. 23, 51-1f.
WHEELER & WILSON
Is Without Doubt the Best
in the Country.
It is EASIEST TO MANAGE.
LIGHTEST and FASTEST RUNNING.
The SIMPLEST GONSTRUCTED and
MOST DURABLE MACHINE in the mar
Pronounced by Physicians to be the
The WliEELER & WILSON has been
the yAVORITE for 27 years.
The sales of 1S72 were 3o,000 more than
any previous year.
The sales of our Augusta Office, for 1872,
were 1,500 Machines.
For sale on EASY TIME or MONTHLY
INSTALLMENTS. Cld Machines of all
kinds repaired and warranted. Stitching
of all kinds neatly done.
J. W. L. ARTHUR,
Agent for Newberry.
Office in W. T. Tarrant's Store.
Mar. 11, 10-tf.
"The Family Favorite."
IIED SENG MALINE
Is now on Exhibition, and ready for sale,
MRS. D. MOWER,
For Newberry and Laurens Counties.
I have one of the New Weed Sewing Ma
hines~in use in my f.unily, and in addition
to the satisfaction it gives my wife and
daughter, I will add my own opinion as a
practical mechanic, that for PERFECTION of
WomKz.smP in build, ease of manipula
tion, simplicity of construction and readi
ness of adjustinent, it is NOT ExcFttro by
any other sew ing machine in the market.
JESSE H. LORD,
Mechanical Edit or of "Scienctifie American."
Au;r. :37, 34-tf.
A mild aperient and!Ientle purgati*, re
commended for the cure or all derangements
of the stomach, liver and bowels. By their
timely use much sickness is prevented. The
test of many years have proven them to be
the safest, surest and best of all the pills
ever offered to the public. They purify the
blood, remove all corruptions and restore
the diseased system to p)erfect health. As
an Antidote to Chills and Fever they have no
equal. For Sick Headache and Bilious Colic
they are a sure cnre. For Constipation, Rheu
matism,-Piles, Palpitation of the Heart, Pain
in the Side, Back and Loins, Nervousaess, a
positive remedy. For Female Irregularities,
without a rival. When one does not "feel
vey well,"' a sinigle dose stimulates the sto
maclh and( bowels, restores the appetite, and
imarts vigor to the system. Sold every.
where. 0Omee, 18 Murray Street, New York.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye
is easily applied. imparts a beautifnl black
or brown, and acts like magic. The best in
the worl. Sold by all druggists. Price,
$.00I a box.
The ghastly record of deaths that result from
pulmonary affections is frightful. There is
no disease that is so insiduous in its attack
as' consump)tion. Bty the negh-et or "alight
colds" they soon become deep seated and
defy remedies which, if applied at the out
set, would have averted all danger. Dr.
Tutt's Expectorant hi:aprovenf itselfthe most
valuable Lung lalsam ever discovered. A
distinguished clergyman of New York, pro
nounces it the 'greattest blssina of the nine
tenth century." and says "no family should
be wilut it." It is pleasant to the taste,
and a single dlose will often remove the most
obstinate cough. Oflice, IS Sturray Street.
Nw York. Apr.1,8-1y.
SIMMONS' HEPA TIC COMPOUND
Is pronounced by Dr. C. A. Simmons, who
was thme formner proprietor of Simmons'
Liver Regnlatoer. as being far superior to
any Liver Medicine now offered the public.
It has a lar'e circulation and is still gaining
ion w unmhe'it in$i suy a:ye ca prodlue
is good certiicates fronm as good men as
our land1 can furnish.
This Medicine is now for sale at Manufac.
turers rattes by.
DR. W. F. PRATT,
Sole Agent for this place.
E. L. KING & SONS,
MANUFACTURtIS AND PROPRIETORS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESA.LE AND RETAIL
DR UGG IST,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-tf.
I Charleston, S C
I G. T AF'D & ., Pomm-rinra
The Oldest Inhabitant,
As well as the yor.ngest child, will now be
forced to bear testimony to the fact that the S
proprietor of the above named popular
A. M. WICKER, c
Has surpassed all previous efforts in pro
viding for the
GOOD PEOPLE OF NEWBERRY.
My stock for this Fall and Winter,
Including the Holiday Season,
Is better, bigger and braver than it ever
was before, and
For Proof of the Assertion
I simply ask an examination. Every want
of the human family can be supplied, as I
will have in store
2,000 lbs. of Assorted Candies,
18 BARRELS OF CAKES AND CRACKERS,
assorted, fresh and genuine.
ORANGL'., APPLES, BANANAS,
DATES, LEMONS, RAISINS, in
CANNED GOODS, D
Of every variety, in fish, flesh, fowl, pre
served fruits, etc.
NUTS, OF EVERY KIND,
Nic Nacs and Notions.
A full stock of
Coffee, Sugar, Flour, Rice, Grist, Meal,
Mackerel, Soaps, Spice, Gijiger, Cinna
mon, Mace, Pepper, Salt, Soda,
Yeast Powders, Candles, Pickles, Dried
Fruit, Potatoes, Peas, Beans, Cabbage, Cod
fish, Vinegar, and rany other things.
And Last, But Not Least,
SUCH A LOT OF TOYS,
With FIRE CRACKERS, TORPE
DOES and ROMAN CANDLES, citi
As never before have been seen in the town try
Now friendp I am determined to please A
von with a stock of goods from which you
cannot fail to be satisfied, and which will
Ie kept up to a full standard until every
body is supplied.
My prices, too, are marked down to liv
ing rates. Come and see me, and do not
put off your coming, but come at once and
be made happy by your old friend,
A. M. WICKER. C
Nov. 18, 46-7t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERIRY.
IN TIIE PROBATE COURT.
Cullen Lark, .. ) Petition
Adm'r., | for
Against F- Injunction
Thomas F. Harmon, | and
and others. J Relief.
The creditors of Dennis Lark, dec'd., are
required to render on oath and establish
their respective demands, in the Probate
ourt for Newberry County, on or before All
the tenth day of January, A. D. 1875. the
J. C. LEAHY, J. P.
Dec. 10, 50-55.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. James
C. Leahy, Judge of Probate, we will sell, at (
the late residence of Williams Welch, de
On Wednesday, the 30th Day of I
FOR CASH, the following Personal Proper
ty belonging to the Estate of said deceas
28 Bales of Cotton.
One Mare, two Mules.
Cattle, Sheep, &c.
One 4 Lorse Wagon.
Cotton Gin, two Threshers.
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.,&c.
Terms of Sale-C ASH.
WILLIAM E. WELCH,
ROBERT A. WELCH,
As Ex'ors of laat Will of Williams Welch,
Dee. 9, 1874-50-t.
Yauble Land for' Sale!
Bly virtue of the power of sale vested in us
under a mortgage from B. F. Griffin, Sr., to
Mahias Barre, dec'd., bearin date 4th April,
A. D. 1870, we will sell, at Newberry Cour t
On Sale-Day, 4th Day of January.
A. D). 1875,
VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION, Sl
on which the said B. F. Griffin, Sr., now re
sides, situate in the County of Newerry,f
about 10 miles northwest of Town, contain
Four Hundred and Thirty
Five (435) Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of said
B. F-. Griffin, Sr., Washington Floyd, dec'd.,
F. Wheeler and others.
Said plantation contains a fine and comn
modious Dwelling, Gin House, Cotton Screw,
Stables, Negro Cabins and other necessary
outbuildings, all of which are in good repair. ~
TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash-bal
ance of purchase money payable in twelve
months. with interest from day of sale, with
bond and mortgage to secure the unpaid pur
chase money. Pnrchaser to pay for papers.5
EL12A J. BARRE, Ex'tx,
JOEL A. BER~LEY, Ex'or,
Of the Estate of M. Barre, dec'd.
Dhec. 15, 1874-50.-Jt.
80LUBLE P1UIFICJ GIiIO,
$48 Cash, $5 Time, without .nterest.
PACIFIC GUANO CO3MPANT'S COM-1
POUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME
for Co..:posting with Cotton Seed, S.
$33~ Cash, $38 I'ime, n ithout Interest.
To accommodate Planters, they cant or- of
der now and haive until 1st April to decide co
whether they will take at time or cash price.
When delivered fronm F-actory by carload T
no drayage will be charged. This Guano
is rnow so well known in all the Southern
States for its remarkable etfeets as an agen
y for increasing the products of labor as P
not to require special recommendation from
us. Its use for nine : r-rs past has estab- fr<
lished its character for reliable excellence.
The supplies put into market this season
are, a.s heretofore, prepared under the su- -
perintendence of Dr. ST. JUIAN RAVE
NEL, Chemist of the Company, at Charles
ton, S. C., hence Planters may rest assured
that its quality and composition is precisely 4J
the same as that heretofore sold. k
-*J. N. ROBSON',b
Agent for South Carolina, be
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE & CO., General Agents,
Baltimore. Nov-. 24, 47- :m.
FOR YOUR MEALS
ast Going Up and Dinner
Ory Goods X .PIiinery.
ALL AND WINTER
ilk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
[rs. D. MOWER'S,
VN11 DERAL,D OFFICE.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
Ry GooDs HOUSE,
Fchjtt, henedict & Coll
i KING STREET, MHARLESTON, S. C.
HI S SIDE OF NEWYORK.
FOIL PRICES, SEE LOCAL.
e-p. 2, 35-4m.
[RIGHT & COPPOCK
Tve the pleaure of announcing to the
zens of Newberry and surrounding coun
that they have now in store
Full and Elegant Stock
FILL -ND WINTER
lothiig, Hats, Caps,
And a complete assortment of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
of which will be sold at prices to suit
An~ inspection of our stock is solicited.
RIGHT & COPPOCK,
)et. 7, 40-tf.
fulton Market Beef,
N. 0. Molasses, new.
Green and Black Tea,
&c., &c., &c.
:EROSINE OIL, 110
Degrees Fire Test.
r. . SALINAS.
Dec. 9, 49-'f.
As Excutor of the Estate of Margaret
(;ohg. dIeceased, I will sell, at Newher
C. 1!., ON MONDAY, (SALE-DAY,) TIlE
'I DAY OF JANUARY, 15, the whole
the Real Estate of the said deceased,
WO HUNDRED AND
The tract is bonded by lands of J. D.
tts, HI. 0. Hlenson and Andrew Lark.
Any other information can be obtained
>n the undersigned.J.W EGN
Nov. 11, 45--8t Executor.
A HOUSE AND LOT on Pratt Street,
~posite Mr. R. L. McCaughrin's residence.
ie house contains nine rooms beside the
then, all under the same roof, and would
very convenient for two familieis-there
ing srvants houses sufficient for two es.
blishens. The lot is two acres, one o:
hich is a rich kitchen garden. The watei
MRS. C. HT. BOTCE.
Dec. 2, 48-tf.
I till com irme the treatment of disease
eculiar to women, both married and sir
Ie. P. B.; RUFF.
June ~i, I4-2~-tl~
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.
Look to the Right
In the tr:tnd4are enabled ie to purchase
one of the lar----r, best and chieapest sok
of DRY GOOI)S, DRESS (;OL)j and DO
IMESTICS ever bhowni in Newberry, and I
siipl al my friis ind cu:-toiirs to at.
niy invitation and examine not --ily the
above, but a beautiful and rare lot of NO
lIONS, for ladies, gentlemen and youth,
and I am not oul- able
a large and handsome stock in the articles
enumerated, but a superior assortment of
CLOTHING, fiie and coum.on, as well as
BOOTS, SHlOES and HATS, so
everv want of the iiman family c-in be
:.supplied, not only as to the outer bit the
inner man. I can asi re i puli that
A BETTER TIME
never presented itself for laying in a sup
ply of choice GROCERIES, either for famfi
ly or plantation use, all of which should be
laid in now while ioney
in. The above goods have becti bought
cheap, and not only
For the People of Newberry,
but for the rest of mankind, and BAR
GAINS are therefore ot-red to every one
who comes early with the CASH.
On the Corner under Pool's Hotel.
Oct. 14, 41 tf.
I. M I[ION & 0,,
Would call the attention of their custo
iners, friends and the public generally, to
the fact that they
their entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods,
Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hts, Caps,
Groceries, Crockery-ware, Hardware, Til
ware and Wooden-ware, besides a variety
which have been selected with great care
from the best houses in Baltimore at prices
to suit the times. We feel satisfied that
we can please you, because we sell
we did last season. There being no panic,
and money more plentiful, enables us to
sell at prices within the reach of all. In
addition to the above, we have added to
our stock a nice assortment of Confietion
cries, coiisisting of Ca.ndies, both French
and Amiericain, Raisins, Ca:nned Goods, &c.,
which we rarely kept, if
Jesius E. CHarxxx. JAXas M . Witsos.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween James M. Wilson and the undersign
ed, under the firm name of J. M. WILSON
& CO., has been dissolved by thme death of
James M. Wilson. All persons in anywise
indebted to our late firm will please make
immediate payment. If all cash cannot be
paid let part paymenut be niade and a note
given for the baiance. AN ):aRtY stT.x
ME:Nr is :o:CEssaIt.
JUN IUS E. CHIAPMAN,
Survivor of J. M. Wilson & Co.
Oct. 27th, 1874.
Oct. 7, 4i0- f
LOOK TO 1011 BTEREST,
I am now receiving a large and select
stock of goods, consisting of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &C.,
which WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR~ TIlE
MESSRS. JNO. E. WEBB & Co.,
who are now managing the business, will
take pleasure in waiting upon customers,
and will also buy or ship cotton, on their
own account, making liberal advances on
HENRY H. BLEASE.
Sep. 23, 38-tf. SPECI AL.
B, M. BL EISE, AGT.,
Livery & Sale Stables.
The traveling public as well as pleasure
seekers, are respectfully infomrnmed thmat nmy
Stable, in rear of Messrs. Mayes & M.rtin,
is well supplied with Saddle and Harness
Hlorses a-id Vehicles, and that imy
Charges are Moderate.
A share of public patronage is solicited
and satisfaction guaranteed. I will always
be found in the oilice.
Stock kept on reasonable terms.
B. M. BLEASE, Agent.
Turbine Water Wheel.
POOLE & HUNT, Baltimore,
Manufacturers for the South and Southwest,
Nearly 7,o00 now in use, working tinder
heads varying tromt 2 to 24*J feet!
24 sizes, from 51 to 6 mnches.
The most powerful Wheel in the Market,
And miost economical in use of Water.
Large ILLUSTRA T7.D Pitmphlet sent post tree.
MANUFACTURERs, ALso. OF
Portable and Statioiat-y Steam Enginesani.
Boilers. Thabcock & Wilcox Patent Tubulous
Boiler. Ebangh's Crusher for Minerals, San
ant'l Grist. 3111:s. Flouring Mill Machinery
3Machinery tor White Lead Works and Qi
. Mills, Shafting Pulleys and Hangers.
SEND FOR CIECULABS.
Sep. 16. 3-6ua'
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
FANCY GOODS, a
&c., &c., &c.
Having just remodelled and newly fitted tin
up Imly store, I would ask the publie to give
me a call, as my
Stock is Now the Largest 1
ever offered in this part of the State, and .I
PRICES AS LOW ten
as can be found in the South. rea:
My goods are bought direct from the Pa
Manufacturers, and, cOns.,(JUequetly, can be
sold as cheap as any othet House in the
All American Gold and Silver Watches
sold at Manufacturcr.' C .talogue prices.
I keep a large itock of
Spectacles and Eye
set in Gold, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames,
to suit all ages, from the best Manufactu
rers in the United States.
A large stock of
Birth-day and Bridal Presents,
Engagement Rings, &c.
In my Establishment Gold is sold
for Gold, and Brass is sold for Brass.
All goods sold warranted as represented,
and my customers may rely upon getting
what :hey bargain for.
ALL KIMS OF WATCH, CLOCK AND
JEWELRY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORK
Orders by Mail or E,:press, for work or
goods, wili receive prompt attention.
Goods sent G. 0. D. to all parts of the
country, with the. privilege of examining
before paying for them.; i
Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order,
JOHN F. SPECK,
PRATT STREET, I
NEWBERRY, 5. c.L
Oct. 14, 41-tf.
SUE OF RERL EST1TE.
STATE OF SOUTii CAROLINA,
COU'NTY OF NEWB3ERRY.
IN TIIE PROBATE COURT. C
Earder Long, as Adm'r., de bonis non with y
the Wili annt'xed, of John M. Long, de- ster
ceased, Plaintiff, e
Petition for Sale ot Land under Will. O
Prv virtute of ain order of thu e:o. J. C. hea
Leahy, Probate Judge for Ne wherry Coun
ty, passed in the above stated ease, I will,
ell at public auction, at Newberry Court 1;
On Sak'-Day, the 4th of .JanuarUy
he Real Estate of.Johmn M. Long, decased, of
irected by his Wi!i to be? sold, consisting to f
ONE HUNDRED ANI) rai
more or less, situated in the Coumaty and i
State afomresid, bounded by lan:ds of .Jacobh ser
Sigey, Wiliam: Werts and othecrs, on the oft
followin:g terms: One-half of the purchase no
moniey to be paid itn cash, balance on a tse
credit of twelve imonths with interest from
the day of salec at the rate (of seven per
et. per annum ; the credit port ion to tie
secured by bond of thet purchaser with a
mortgage of the pretmises. Pu:rchaser to
pay for papers.
Adm'r., de bonis non with the Wiil an
nexed, of John M. Long, deceased.F
Haiutg madet a se.tlemnent on lie Es tate
of Etta M. W earn, mn:or, I will apply for
a final discharge to the l'robate Court for Cit
Nwberry Cour.tv on the :31st day of De-1 s<
eember n;ext. . JOHIN R. SPE ARM AN, t.o
Guardian of Etta M. Wearn. ad
November 24th, 10 Dec. 2, 4S-5t* ti:
DRY G00DS [IIEW
Excellenit in Quality?
JF SO. GO To
Were can be found lrcss ,uoon Yincy hi
oods, Laudies Suitm, Notions, f ai kinds
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attentio.n. ~
A pr. 1, 13-tf.
IRA B. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, K
PROSPERITY, S. C.
Oct. 7, 40- Gm.
The Store at presenit ocenpued by JT. D.
Cash. One of the best business stands in
FoGpriclas appl tO WR
GEO.richus S.pl to WR
1Under HEsa.i Office.
j S2p. 2, 3&-t.f.
ationery and Rindlir.
I STITIONERY HOSE,
E. R. STOKES
[AS just opened, in the new srd band
ie building immediately oppodf the
:enix office, on Main street, a complete
nprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
iizes, qualities and of every descripdon; 1
tpers ot Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me
m, Royai, Super-Royal, and'Imperial
,which ill be sold in any quantity, or
iiuacturcd imo Blank Books of any ize,
ruk!e t, any pattern, and bound in any
e, at .'hor! notice.
,-ndless variev-all size,, co:ors and quali
every variety. Memor.mridum and Pass
)ks, Io:ket iooks, Invoice and Letter
)ks, iteeei it BookS, Note Books.
1CI rETS -nd D.AUGHTSMEN will
i a coniple:e s:ock of materials for their
Drawing Paper, ii shets and rolls,
stol Bo, Po-til P::.per an-A Board,4, (i!
)tr, Penelk, WaterC'lrs in eakes and
:es, Brushes, Crayons, Drawin. Pens.
::very derni!, ' r varkyV of eion
ient and isel ar:4i7es for both Teachers
hotv,:h AlbArv. Writin1. Deskq, Port
)S, b, wih boxe., aud a cor:Iesz
1' "Y .iTITL S.
kn. .n mo-t vleant stock of Gold Pens
PenciC super!y-mounted Rubber
al,k, Bin, Vioet and Carmznne, IndelihIc
Copyin; Nu-il-e; Chess and Back
'mni Men and o,ard V.4iting and Wed
Cards, and everythng usnally kept in A
rst Class Siationery Mwuse
ich the ;u',ribcr intends this shill be.
e wil, .ti!i conict his iMEIY and
ANK BOOK MA \'FACT4.1 and PA-.
RILING ESTABLI S :ENT, which
been in successful rration for over
ty years in this State, and to wh'ch lie
conminue to devote his owvn r-nnal at
ion. li stock wil be kept up fll and
lplete, and his prices wil he tun;i always
;onahle, and he hopes to have a share of
F. R. STOKES, Main Street,
ov. 15, 46-tf Opposite Phonix Oftlee.
los.3 Broad Street and 109 Last Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
L.OWEST L!YING PRICES.
iNE FESh ABLF SIllNERY,
Pires Paper and Envelopes.
Wedding and Qal Tnvition.s
cN rHE2t SE T3C A%M PSE !N T5E
epL''7436- 7 L~ I
C. M. HARRIS,
ibinet Maiker & Undecrtaker.
[as on hand and will make to order, Bed
115, BurenS, War.obe, Sates, So&us,
tees, Lr.uinges, &c.
abinet Work of' all kinuds made and rc
red on he::A termis.
tas on i.andt a iull supply of Metalie, Ma
anv and mOSewood Barial C:-es..
onins m:;le' to orde.r at shtort notice, and
et* 0 tr. MARTPIN llARRIS.
HtE SU'BSCRiIBER has cons:antly.or,'
d a fulasortmenet of the above approved
e, of different patterns besides coftin
iis on a ie, .all of w,.iehi he isrepared
urnish at very reasonble rates, with
mptness atnd dtespatch.
'ersons desi rous of hing~ cases senlt by
road wll hav' the 9ent ke chairg.
t Hear-" ' -wr r:hn and will be
nihd ' rat of B pr dy
ha:ki fir pu parnae Zne s'o
her re'spectfui, ty\ usfo continuatn3n
.he same", and :aulites the pub,lic that
effort on his~ pat wil[ be spatrc to render
R. C. CHA/tMAN
owberryv S. C., July:f1.
IRLTHINGS ARENOW READY
Raving just returned from the Northern
ies, and the National Photographic As
:iationi at BufTido, 1 feel hetter prepared
do good work than ever before, by the
vanta;;es of the latest imiprovemlent;s, and
e pretties' styles.
My stock is It:rger thtan ever. andi amlong
: "ie ar,a.- & ' t of
Picture Paper Weighs &c.
I am prepared mtae
ypying and EnllarrinI? Old Pitnres,
Taking Residences. &c.
Call whle the pretty wa. ....asa e
embet,r that dei.a- are da::u.o- t: i d
Ot ut i ff
.trofis always fi.rish.e' ter. ::Opct:a
.fore :t icte's rne
Th~ -rest tay is to core n'tV a
W. H. WISEMAN.
COLUMBIA, S. C
Visitors to the city are roetfuy in
ted to visit my room, wh een ese
>eci:imns of pictures in al yes of thI\t
Sati,factionI guaranteed ad prce chp.
A. M. RISER, t
THOMPSON & JONES,
NEWBERY C. H., S. C.
Graduates of the Pennsylvania College '
Mar. 19, '73-1Hf.