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S-oecial and. Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C. Wade-Lost.
J. J. Carrigton-- Sheriff's Sale.
W. H. wallace-Attorney-at-Law.
B. T. Ramage and ot)ers-Resolutions.
Y. J. Harrington-Day of Fasting, Humil
iation and Praer.
Drayton M.~ Coate and Jno. W. Coate
Dickert's R7estaurant is open for the
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clock
or watch it is warrauted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 15-1V
THOMrsoN, Dentist, over Phifer's Store,
DEATH.-We are sorry to have to
record the death of one of Newberry's
rising young men. Mr. Benson M.
Jones, son of Maj. L. J. Jones, went to
Asheville, N. C., a few days ago, to
bring his family home, and while there
was taken sick and died.
We learn that the Bar of this place
will hold a meeting on Monday next,
at 10 o'clock a. m., to pay a tribute of
respect to the memory of our deceased
friend, in which the citizens generally
are invited to join.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Sur
Remember the Democratic Mass
Meeting on Saturday next. and turn
out in force to greet the distinguished
gentlemen who will make addresses on
that occasion-the Hon. J. M. Leach,
Gen. Kershaw and Gen. Kennedy.
Everybody is invited to attend.
ARRARS.-We respectfully and ear
nestly request those in arrears with this
office to pay up what they owe us, and
thus accomplish a two-fold good-you
will enable the Editors and Printers to
live better and happier, and also enable
them to give you and the general pub
lie a better paper.
LooK OUT for the Red Cross-Mark,
readers of the HERALD, and come in
and settle promptly. We cannot send
the paper unless it be paid for.
Read the Address of the State Demo
cratic Executive Committee.
- Col. Keitt's speech, delivered at the
Court House, October the 16th, will ap
pear in our next issue.
We are glad to know that Mr. J. B.
O'N. Holloway has recovered from his
bruises received some time ago while
getting off the train at Hope Station.
DAY OF FASTING AND PRAYE.-We
call attention to the communication of
the Executive Committee of the County
in reference to the day of fasting, hu
miliation and prayer.
The candidates and canvassers are
receiving frequent calls from the differ
ent Clubs throughout the county for
speeches. The democrats are working
Several carloads of granite have been
shipped from Newberry to Charleston
for building purposes by Mr. W. B.
Franklin. The quarry is located about
four miles from town, near the Poor
COMPLDIENTARY.-Col. JaS. A. Hoyt,
Secretary of the Anderson Farmers'
and Mechanics' Association, will accept
our thanks for a card of admission to
the Ninth Annual Fair of that Associa
tion; commencing October 27th.
STmES.-The Winter styles of ladies'
outfit are so pretty, and the dear crea
tures themselves are so lovely that we
predict a large harvest to the preachers
by marriage fees during the season.
Our young gentlemen .cannot resist the
combined effects of nature and art.
The Grand Central Dry Goods and
Fancy Emporium of Messrs McCreery,
Love & Co., of Columbia, alwvays pre
sents the latest and best that the mar
kets afford, and the great variety to be
found there makes it a popular resort.
The fall and winter stock is full and
complete. Orders promptly attended
The Maybinton Democratic Club was
addressed Saturday by Y. J. Pope and
Ellison S. Keitt. The colored people,
by their numbers and marked atten
tion, proved that they are waking up
to the true issues of the campaign. A
large crowd was present, the majority
being colored men. That looks hope
The place to get bargains in Crock
ery, China, Glass and any other kind
of ware used in the household, is at
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath's store, in
Columbia, under the Columbia Hotel.
The stock is large, and so various that
every taste and necessity can be sup
plied. Look in and examine when in
the city, or send orders which will be
satisfactorily filled. - -43-tf.
The Dieniocratic L.uo of Prosperity
held a me'eting Saturday, at which
abo,ut 100 white men were present and
40 colored. Speeches were made by
Geo. Johnstone, Esq.. and Mr. Geo.
DeWalt. The colored people expressed
themselves as by no nmeans satisfied
with the carpet-bag government of this
county, and many of them are going to
lend their aid in bringing about a bet
ter state of affairs.
REL10Iovs.--By invitation of the Y.
M. C. A, of Newberry and the citizens
of Helena, Rev. Jno. Kershaw will
preach at the Helena Church next Sun
a-by afh~rnoon at 3 o'clock.
The following Supervisors of Electio
for this County have been appointed
Newberry Precinct No. 1-Dennis
Newberry Precinct No. 2-H. B.
Gibson's Store-Solomon Henderson.
Mavinton-Jas. N. Worthy.
Whitmire's Store-Chas. Tidmarsl.
Jalapa-G. P. Beard.
Williams' Store-Fortune Pitts.
Lonzshore's Store-Jno. A. Wilson.
PErSONAL.-Mr. Robt. H. Anderson
and lady, of South Carolina, after a
visit to the Centennial have been so
journing in Charlottesville for the past
week. Mr. Anderson, for many years
before the war, was connected with the
Virginia and Tennessee railroad, and
resided in Lvnchburg. He is now mas
ter machintst of the Greenville and Co
lumbia (S. C.) road, with his headquar
ters at Helena. South Carolina. Mr. A.
is well known in Virginia and the
Southern States, and is acknowledged
as a gentleman of extra qualifications
as an experienced railroad man. He
left on last Monday, via Lynchburg, for
his home in Helena.
[Charlottsville (T.) Jefersonian.
Solid~ colors are in vogue, varying
from black to brown, blue, green, plum
and grey-the seal brown is quite fash
Costumes are again finished with
velvet collars, cuffs and buttons.
The polonaise is again in style; the
Princess is the favorite for young, old,
stout and lean.
Velvet will be more worn for dress
hats this season than felt, the latter be
ing used more for a hack or second-best
Overskirts and basques are still worn
-the former very long, the latter very
tight, fitting like a glove.
Bustles are played out.
Both overskirts and basques are made
Long mantles, long cloaks, of both
sacque and Dolman shape. are the rage.
Hosiery in the most fanciful colors
are the correct thing.
DLMoonATIc CLxU No. 1.-The
weekly meetings of this Club are
argely attended, and their proceed
ngs more and more interesting. The
ight of the 17th there was a large
rowd in Temperance Hall. Many
olored men were present, both demo
rats and republicans. Several speeches
ere made and much enthusiasm man
ifested. So wvell pleased were the Club
that they determined to call another
eeting for Friday night, to which ev
rybody was invited. When the time
ame Temperance Hall was filled with
an earnest and enthusiastic assemblage
from the ranks of both parties. Speech
s were made by Messrs. Culbreath,
Suber, Y. J. Pope, S. Pope, Moorman
nd Geo. Johnstone. These gentlemen
ere received with marked attention
nd approval. Their stirring appeals
ere greeted by the audience with
frequent applause. All present were
in the yery best humor and animated
y the prospects of victory. The pros
pects are growing brighter every day;
but the democrats, instead of slacken
ing their efforts, are pushing on the
fight with increasing energy and zeal.
ewberry must be redeemed, and the
sober, earnest work now being done
throughout the county will redeem it
gloriously. By all means, let us have
nother mass. meeting one night this
week, and as many as possible in every
part of the county till the 7th of No
AOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Weather-long drought broken on
We were visited with a fine rain Sun
day night; the first for a long time.
The dust laid--every body commenced
Will be obliged if subscribers who
have had the "security" all summer
the HERALD-would now lay down the
It was hoped by Chamberlainites
that many citizens would get up and
"dust"-but they did not.
Carpet-baggers and scalawags will
"dust" about the 7th.
Subscribers are wanted at this office,
waned with the money.
Vote for Wheeler-D. B.-for Sher
The mountain apple-wagons are com
The wife makes the honme, and the
home makes the man. Single men are
advised to get them wives at once.
Two weeks more, then comes the
tug. Which shall it be? In the mean
tiiepossess yourselves wvith patience.
Grant had his eagle eye on Newberry
as well as on Edgefield, but lie could
There is a cry nowv for oysters-the
season hss commenced, but the bivalves
have not y-et put in an appearance.
The dle!ocrats are in such admirable
training that in spite of the efforts of
the Carpet-Bag Government they keep
cool. This is the right course.
All kinds of Job Printing neatly and
expeditiously done at this office, and as
cheap as car- be done anywhere. Don't
In asol ' serions. earnest, subscri
The Young Mens' Democratic Clmb
had a rousing meeting on Monday
night, and capital addresses were made.
By St. Paul the work goes bravely on.
We are pleased to see in our midst
once more Mr. B. H. Lovelace, who ls
for some months been rusticating in the
We cannot too often and persistently
advise farmers to sow largely in small
grain. Put in oats everywhere. Now
that there is a season in the ground,
this is a good time to go about it.
Don't forget that the IIr,A.D Book
Store is in supply of Stationery, and
that the largest and best assortment of
Note Papers ever brought to Newberry
can be found there. Call and examine.
The (lay has come when manufactur
ers can take calves feet and work them
up into delicious strawberry jelly, and
raspberry jam, but that's as far as they
can go; when they can tackle a calf's
head with success, some folks will be
missed from society.
FOR THE HERALD.
At the Association held at Newberry,
S. C., Oct. 20, 1876, it was,
1esolved, That the thanks of this As
sociation be tendered to Bethlehem
Baptist Church and congregation, and
to the A. M. E. Church and the citizens
of Newberry generally, for their kind
ness and hospitality in entertaining the
Delegates of this Association during
this session; and, also, that they be
published in the city paper.
IIENRY DOBBINS, Cleik.
FOR THE HERALD.
With all its glorious beauty has
swept away almost every trace of sum
wer. and reigns the queen right roy
ally. Her mornings dawn grand and
lovely as the prayer of faith, her even
ings gather softly 'round us like bene
dictions of the just. Her rainbow
tinted forests and gorgeous sunsets.
Her falling leaves and starry twilights.,
all tell me in their own mystic way'of
Life, Death and Heaven. Life with
its fascinating joys, hopes and aspira
tions. Death with its icy hand, som
bre pall and funeral pageantry. Heav
en, that paradise of God, with its
pearly gates and golden street, having
palms and crystal streams ; no sighs
there. neither tears, for all is love,
joy, peace and rest. Of all the year
it is to me the psalm, a tender, trem
ulous, soul thrilling psalm of peniten
tial love and thanksgiving, iv which
the voice of all nature joins, swelling
in cadence of heavenly sweetness
earth's venite, exultimnus.
Williamnston, S. C. MAGGIE.
THE PREMIUM ENGR~AvING, issued by
"Peterson's Magazine" for 1877 is of rare
value, and ought to be in every household in
the land. It is not one of the cheap, colored
lithographs, with which the country is flood
ed, but a first-class line and s tipple engrav
ing, executed in the highest style of art.
The artists are Illman & Brothers, and they
have engraved it, (size. 27 inches by 20,) ex
pressly for "Peterson's Magrzine," in their
most brilliant manner. It is such a plate as
would sell, at retail, for five dollars. The
picture represents that proudest event in our
national history, the "Surrender of Corn
wallis." It is full of authentic portraits
Washington, Rochambeau, Lincoln, Knox,
O'Hara, Lauzun, etc., etc.-and on that ac
count is invaluable. It is really one of the
greatest of historical pictures. The artist is
Dumaresq, and it took a prize at the Paris
Salon of 1875, Any person may get.this
valuable historical picture, gratis, by raising
a club for "Peterson" for 1877, or by remit
ting $2 50 for it and for the magazine, the
magazine alone being two dlollars. This is a
rare chance. SpeciThens of the magazine
sent gratis to those wish-ing to get up clubs.
Address Chas. J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ARRIVALs AT POOL's HOTEL,
J. H. Tarpley, Charlotte, N. C.; B. Free
man, W. E. Lewis, Baltimore; J. L. Lopez,
Thos. C. Ryon, J. D. McKeilar, F. C. Ran
tin, S. A. Dur ham, James G. Dickson, W.
Laughlin, RI. F. McCaslan, E. H. Mashburn.
Wn. F. Culp, Charleston; W. J. Douglass,
Union Co ; J. A. Cannon, Pomiaria; A. C.
Jones, L. A. East, J. W. M. Simmons, W.
H. Car wije, Wmn. F. Nance, S. Pope, J. W.
Gary, L. M. Spears, J. L. Blease, ,Jno. B.
Mazyck, Edward Scholtz, Sergt. Edwards,
City; William Willis, Jno. Willis, Win. M.
Webb, Edgefield; J. S. Blalock, R. H. Sond
Iy, A. J. Slign, WV. P. Garrett, W. D. Har
dy, N. W. Hodges, R. V. Gist, C. D. Spear
man, Peniy Fant, J. S. Spearman, J. C.
Brown, A. J. Gibson, Jno. T. Bynum, T. M.
Neel, Rev. TLeRoy F Beaty, S. S. Abrams &
Son, Miss Sallie Johnson, J. R. Spearman,
County; Dr. C. D. East, Laurens; J. Mayer,
Philaelphia; Jas. Hunter, Charley W alker,
Bull's Gap. Tenn.; J. J. Oldigs, Louisville,
Ky.; C. A. Hanner, Wilington, N. C.; J.
C. Johnston, Mossy Creek, Tenn.; E. L.
Keese, WV. M. Crookshanks, R. R. Payne,
Atlanta; Chas. C. Chase, S. C.; B. B. Bar
ron N. C.; J. W. LaMotte, Columbia; 0.
Goldsmith, M. Blumenthral, Lemnle, Esq.,
New York; J. H1. Powell. Spartanburg; T.
C. Pool and Wife, J. M. Seigler, Greenville;
Geo. P. Meredith, Clinton; L. C. Stegal,
SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not strange that people run off after
strange things, when they could do better at
home? Nearly every man, woman and child
in the country knows Ayer's, Jayne's,
Wright's, Radway's or Tutt's Pills, and very
few know Dr. Jas. L. Gilder's Liver Pills;
and yet, we venture the assertion, that any
one buying and using a single box of Dr.
Gilder's Pills, will never buy one of another
manufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells them.
QUESTIONS FOR EVERY ONE TO ,AN
Are you troubled with Indigestion, Consti
pation of the E'owels, Dyspepsia, or any
other disease of the Liver? Have you suffer
ed for years and found no relief from the use
of medicines ? Do you have a faint appetite,
and are you troubled with feelings of languor ?
It you have these feelings we know you have
not tried the new discovery MERRELL'S
HEPATINE, at Dr. S. F. Faut's Drug Store.
It is performing wonderful cures in this and
all other communities where the people use
it. It is pronounced by all the best Liver
Medicine in the world. Two doses will re
lieve the worst case of Dyspepsia or Consti
pation of the Bowels. Each bottle contains
fifty doses, and a teaspoonful of this medi
cine in a wineglassful of water three times a
day for one day, produces a most wonder
fl change. Where the systeml is run
down with the lost of energy and appe
nni~n.~a~ with all its train of evil,
To the Christian People of tire
Mr. Editor :
The United States is a professedly
Christian country:(in contradistinction
to pagan),thie genliuS Of WhOSe grovern
ment rests upon the right of pr)Ivatc'
juldyment-I: yet wve very much16 fear
that. in the nidl4 of its plenitude of
p)9wer.its great wea1lI and maniy bless
ings. it has bowed to Bial. And in
voking tie god of war. the n-od of
pride, the god of covetousness, &c.. its
hand:s have been steeped in the blood
of brfothers. its inheritance despoiled,
its love turned to hate. and its fair
name sullied. Through the politico
religious teaching of .higher law. a
cold materialism and meretricious lite
rature, it has long been tending in the
footsteps of its prototypes, Greece and
We therefore humbly think it time
that the Christian clergy, irres,ective
of sectary, creed or dogma, should, ere
this Centennial Year of Grace passes
aay. join in inviting their people
together as a Christian Unit, that, by
and through a solemn fast, with ab
Cet humiliation and vital prayer, they
may turn the anger of the Lord, and
a.ten the day when - mercy and
truth," and peace and good will shall
uicken the sections to broader chari
ties and a more ennobling humanity, I
Let the people meet together not only i
as Presbyterians, Lutherans. Method
ists. Baptists. Episcopalians.&c., but as
Christian.s, upon the most liberal and
enlightened basis of Catholic and
Apostolic love, agonizing for "the 4
Way, the Truth. and the Life;" for
above us, beneath us and around us,
the physical and moral worlds seem
onvulsed, and we stand as it were
upon the verge of a dying world.
While we should do all that is hon
rable in the forum of politics, let us
turn from the arm of flesh to the Lord
God Omnipotent, Omniscient andOm
nipresent, Who alone is able "to re
4tain thewi ath of man,and to cause the
remainder for to serve Him." To Him
who is no respecter ol nations nor of I
ersons only in so far as they impli- j
citly trust and obey Him. Then, with
fhith and goodN works.let us min!e the
Deus Micreatur with our morn'.ng,2r
noon and evening prayer in behalf of
ur bleeding. torn. distracted country.
The pailot Benjamin Franklin, a
man not given to vain or much speak
ing. made a speech memorable for its
bevitv and point. when lie told his
cotfrercs, who had been appointed to
lraft the Constitution of the United
ntates. and who had met from day to
3ay without success. that they "had I
gone here for light and there for light
uind had not found it; and they should
now go to the Father of Lights". On I
the morrow faith and prayer inspired
he lpatriots and brought them the,
A1Lnd our poor, bewildered country.
~ecton and State ! have they not.long
een agonizing for light, for p)eace, for
est. for the liberty of private judg
nent and for general prosperity ?
Eave they not suffered war, pestilence
nd famine. "murder and sudden '
leath" with many calamities by fire,
flood and field ? Are not the little
oes that mak~e melody in our homes
endered up as a holocaust ? And1
re not our loved ones, with broken
iearts, falling into- p)remaiture graves ?
And has not deferred hope made the
eart sick, sad and weary ?~
He who is our Brother.,Friend.Com-J
anion. Guide. Counsellor, Advocate
nd J udge, in suffering our humanity,
eclared'that whatsoever wye ask the
Father in His name. lHe wvill give it to
s. Surely, then, theUniversal Father,
Who -carpets the field with lilies,"and
'bindeth the sweet influence of thei
liades,'' will not turn from those.
ho app)roach IIim through the
Prince of Peace. and in that spirit of
truer unity and "charity which think
thi no evil." when they seek for peace,
urity, justice and equity to their dis
tracted'country, section and State !
"To your tents. 0 Israel," and ex
mine~your hearts, that ye may see t
hat if, is which keeps back the favor 1
f Him who has promised-to pour out
the abundant and continual dew of
His blessing: Are we an Achan or an I
Annias or Saphira ? Have we failed to
reet the family altar ? Do we deal 4
justly, love mercy and walk humbly;
r, through usury, extorti-on and
greed, devour widows' houses 'ind
at up) the orphan's portion ? Are
e practicing the Christian law of for
ivness, or are false pride, false am -
bition and merciless rivalries keeping
us back from duty ? Are wve in 'rings'
and against community interests, or i
re we as professional men and work
ing men, as farmers and merchants, on
h plane of a true humanity ? Are we
in league with the stones of the field',c
naking enough bread for the eater i
nd seed for the sower, leaving a sheaf I
in the field for our brother, building
'a stall for the ox. and a room upon
the wail for the way-worn travellert
nd the prophet," diversifying our I
ields, and beautifying our homes, or (
'dishonoring God's primeval institui
ions ?" Are we as a people mindful of
the purer teachings of axsthetical cul
ure, or is it vain glory over the phys
ical greatness of the country's centen
nial? Do we teach the children the
grace of simplicity and courtesy, re
pect for age and reverence for the
Sabbath, right rather thant might. and
mind and manners rather than money.i
etting, or are we given to child wor
hip, and thereby making the child
father to the man ? Do w e render a
enth. and requit services,or withholdC
more than is meet ? Are we mercifulC
to the fatherless and the widow, and
ll ho languish "in mind, body or es
tate". or are we --at ease in Zion?" Do
we as poor envy the rich. or as rich
forget the poor ; or do we "meet to-i
gether, the Lord being the Maker of
us all ?" Do we possess ourselves mi<
golden, silent patience, and "like the
universal courses of the stars." pursue
the objective puros of our life ?
Christianity is the immortal epic of
a dual life :unid the tears and ashes of
humility, faith and good works, and
not the mere love and worship of an
organic form and temporal ceremlo
nial service, and lie wvho, in a supreme
moment of mortal grief, can suffer
aijsees wrong Or preuin n
yet. with quvieing,ersecsitive1 nde
restrain his indignation, and forgive,
is the hero who shall exchange th,e
marty's stake for the conqueror s
Let us make restitution for any wrong
we may have done, in word or deed,
so far as in our power lies, and "let not
the sun go down upon our wrath,"
for the country trembles upon the
brink of bankruptcy, anarchy and fam
ine, and her statesmen, evangelists and
paros e uaiain n l
atrolots,her fhmtranshould alle
thi nlec o ur,sm)e itl
ouso lfoveernelow An shouldise
tenniluYence ofo ure, A.imple7, seek
au rstl-ornmotet Ady itus ofn
tenimal (ay of 1race, throug 187, e
heo,atog sublie hard vitesom
th.piml.ay.o. 17.. troghIIm
who, though sublime n majest
FOR THE HERALD.
One Year Ago.
A tribute of love, consecrated to the saint
ed memory of a darling niece, Ros&. BELL
BIGBY, whose brief life faded just as the
dawn of a new day was struggling into ex
One year ago; just one to-night,
Since to God our darling we gave;
And ruses scatter their ]caves so white,
Over Rosa Bell's little grave.
How dark the homestead seems to me,
How I miss the baby so bright,
With dimpled cheeks, and heart of glee,
And eyes of lambent light.
With,golden rings of sunny hair,
Crowning the baby head,
Straying over the brow so fair,
Can it be that she is dead?
Dead! ab, tears of sorrow tell,
As they fall at thought of the day,
And a shadow o'er the homestead fell,
When the angels took Rosa away.
One year ago, to-night, just one,
Since baby fell gently to sleep;
We bow 'neath the rod, God's will be done,
In His arms our darling He'll keep.
Williamston, S. C. MAGGIE.
FOR THE HERALD.
BETHEL ACADEMY, Oct. 21, 1876.
MR. EDITOR:-As it will afford some satis
action to your readers, you will find below
Campaign Song, composed by J. C. B. and
ung by Bethel Democratic Club No. 3, to
he tune of "Old Dan Tucker."
)f all the curses that have ever been
.arpet-bagging is the greatest sin,
,ausing more miseiy, pain and woe
'han all the crimes here below.
et out of the way, you carpet-baggers,
et out of the way, you scalawaggers,
Xet out of the way, you thieves and robbers,
rou've ruined too many clever fellows.
rou've scattered strife o'er all the land
Lnd spread distress on eveiy hand,
lling every office with a knave,
Lnd making the toiling man a slave.
Lou've taken the shoes from off our feet,
Lnd the bread our children need to eat,
Eou've robbed them of their winter clothes
ind left them bare and almost froze.
Eou've made the father almost wild,
Lnd mothers to weep o'er hungry child,
Lnd with your deeds of darkest night,
iave put our honest hopes to flight.
rou've caused the poor to weep and cry,
Lnd tears to stream from patriot's eye;
tis oft we hear the cry for bread
Vhen onr little children go to bed.
ou've robbed the laborer of his strength,
n poverty laid him out full length,
knd left him there without a rag,
hat you might fill your carpe t-bag.
Eou're guilty of the meanest thing
Jpholding every swindling "'ring;"~
ou've robbed the rich and wronged the poor,
Lnd turned the freedman out of door.
nd now I tell you, carpet-bagger,
Lud you too, Mr, Scalawagger,
ou've led too many men astray,.
io take your carpet-bags and wag away.
United States soldiers are march
og into South Carolina-foot, ho-:se,
~nd artillery-as if the State was
~ngaged in a war against the Union,
nstead of merely laboring with the
rue men of the whole country to
verthrow at the ballot box the cor
upt rule of Grantism, and to lift up
he Commonwealth, so long prostrate
inder the heels of the scoundrels who
io seek to keep it from rising. The
>eople will utterly crush out a party
hich resorts to arms to maintain its
lominance. We rule by ballots in
his republic, not by arms, and the
acties of Louis Napoleon cannot be
ong imitated here.-NTew York Sun.
By Rev. LeRoy F. Beaty, October 12, 1876,
a Edgefield County, S. C.. Mr. MARION L.
VHEELER, of Newberry County, and Miss
D.& L. FELLERs, of Edgefield County, S. C.
On Thursday. the 12th instant, at the resi
ence of Mrs. Sarah Hendrix, of Lexington,
my Rev. J. H. Bailey, assisted by the Rev.
1. W. Kuhns, Mr. WALTER W. BARRE and
fiss M. E. CAUGHMAN, all of Lexing tone
A t Greenville, S. C., October 17th, 1876, by
lhe Rev. Mr. Hiden, Pastor of the Greenville
laptist Church, Mr. T. 0. PooL and Miss
IARRIE JONEs, both of Newberg;, S. C.
NEWBERRY, S. 0., Oct. 21, 1876.
List of advertised letters for week ending
)ct. 21, 1876:
lyrd, Alick 'Ruff, Henry
l olloway, John -Rutherford, Thos.
ice, Cornelia Sm ith, Rosanna
Parties calling for letters will please say
f advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
To Shake, or not to Shake ?
Aye, that is the question. Is it better to
tuiver from head to foot in the paroxysms
f fever and ague, or to banish the atrocious
lisease by a course otf that standard anti
ebrile remedy, Hostetter's Bitters. There
annot be much doubt as to the response of
he malaria-stricken to this inquiry. From
very locality on this continent whose inhab
tants are tormented with the shivering
>ague comes an increasing demand for the
inly genuine preventive and eradicant of!
nalaria provided by science. The denizens
if fever and ague districts well know how
itterly inadequate to do more than give a
rief respite are the so-called remedies of
he facul,y. Quinine, arsenic, bismuth
what are tnese but poisonous palliatives,
whichi cease after a time to produce any
>enefical effect whatever, and if persisted in
mk:reparable mischief upon the system ?
~vtywhere they are being abandoned by
ntelligent persons, and that genuine vege
able specific for intermittent and remittent
isease, Hostetter's Bitters, substituted in
heir place. 40-tf.
NEwBERRY, October 24.-Cotton market
losed with a large supply, at 91 to 91. Bales
LIVERPOOL, October 23.-Cotton firm
niddling uplands 5 15-16; middling Orleans
NEw YORK, October 23.-Cotton dull;
ales 271, at 10la11 1-16. Gold weak at 1.091.
BATIMORE, October 23.-Cotton quiet
CHARLEsTON, October 23.-Cotton steady
AUGUsTA, October 23.-Cotton quiet and
"Ey Our large life-like STEEL EN
U~ ETI GRAVINGs of the PREsIDENTIAL
ICNDnmArES sell rapidly. Send
AN APPEAL TO THE PASTORS ANI
CONGREGATIONS OF CHRISTIAI
CHURCHES IN NEWBERRY COUNTY.
The County Executive Committee o:
the Democracy earnestly urge that ser
vice may be held in each Church of om
County on Thursday next, the 26th inst.,
in accordance with the appeal of the
State Executive Committee of the Demo
,ratic Party in South Carolina.
Y. J. POPE, Chairman.
New Crop Red Clover and
For sale cheap for cash, at
S. P. BOOZER'S
From 10th October to 10th November is
onsidered to be the best time for sowing
he above seeds. Nov. 18, 42-3t.
The subscriber hereby iarns all persons
rom trading for a note on Mrs. Rebecca L.
aysinger, for between $35 and $40, given
n 1872 or 1873, exact amount or date not
emembered. THOS. M. LAKE.
Oct. 18, 42-3t.
A small colony is now being formed in
Tewberry and Edgefield, to purchase a
ract of land containing 2840 acres of the
-ich Red River Lands of Arkansas, at a
rery low price, if bought at once. Such a
argain may not offer again before next
,entennial. It is within 4 miles of a Rail
Ioad Depot, just built. The same Lands
vil doubtless bring three hundred per
:ent. in a very short time, as the Rail Road
s now complete.
For sale by W. H. WISEMAN,
J. D. BRUCE.
Newberry, S. G.
Oct. 18, 42-4t.
ffilliam M. Dorroh and others, Executors of
Henry Burton, deceased.
Anne Longshore and others.
omplaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debts, &c.
By order of the Court of Common Pleas
or Newberry County, passed in the above
tated case, the creditors of Levi Long
hore, dec'd.. are required to render in
nd establish Their demands against the
state of said deceased on or before the 1st
lay of December next, before the under
4igned as Referee.
Y. J. HARRINGTON,
Oct. 11th, 1876-42-3t. Referee.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By virtue of the power and authority in
is vested by a Mortgage executed to M.
Barre, during his life time. on the 4th day
af April, A. D. 1870, by B. F. Griffin, Sr.,
we will sell, at public outcry, at Newberry
D. H., S. C.,
On Sale-Day, the 6th Day of .No
Uhat Tract of [and of the said B. F. Grif
m, situate in said County, containing
Four Hundred and Thirty
more or less, and bounded by lands of F.
Wheeler, L. L. Young, B. F. Griffin, Jr.,
To be .cold in separate tracts, plats of
which will be exhibited at sale.
TERMS.-One-third cash, or more if pur
:haser desires to pay it; balance on credit
>f one and two years, with interest from
lay of sale at 10 per cent. per annum, and
o be secured by bond and mortgage of the
remises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. J. BARRE, Executrix,
J- A. BERLY, Executor,
Of the Will of M. Barre, dec'd.
Oct. 11, 41-4t.
AMER S. HOWELL. B. HEBEE SCEEvEN.
HOWELL & SCR EVEN,
40?TOR8 AND 00IMI88ION BIRCHANT8,
,CHARLESTON, S. C.
gy Solicit consignments of Cotton, Naval
tores and Rice. Oct. 11, 41-3m.
NOW IN STOCK!
A good assortment of
>n hand, and more to arrive soon.
A large lot of
TI IN-WA RE,
nade up under my own eye. All of which
vill be sold cheap at
WhOLESALE AND RETAIL !
lone at short notice and reasonable prices.
Special attention given to
FLOFING AN9 GUTTERING!
Sep. 27I, 39-tf- W. T. WRIGHT.
The undersigned have formed a co-part
1ership as Druggists in the Town of Pros
erity, and solicit a portion of the public
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS
Will be kept constantly on hand, which will
e sold as cheap as can be bought any
here in the county.
~illed with accuracy at all hours of the
iAbt or dlay. KIBEER & McFALL.
Prosperity, S. C., Sept. 27, 1876.
Oct. 4, 40--Sm.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I have leased the Mansion House, and
-enovated it for the accommodation of the
ublic. New bedding, large airy rooms,
md located in the centre of the city, con
renient to business and all principal points.
Transient and Permanent Board at rea
Carriages in connection wvith the House.
R. N. LOWRANCE.
Oct. 4, 40-1m.
MAYE & MilITI,
Smith's Cotton Press
THE BEST IN USE!
Sep. 27, 39-tf.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The Pmarrhin heretofore existing be
STOVES! STOVES!! 8
Have just received and are continu
COOKINC AND H
Among, others can be found the FARMERJ
are m e of the best material, heavy cast exp
We also keep on hand a large stock ol
WARE, in fact everything that is usually
JOB WORK A
Such as REPAIRING, ROOFING
07 All work executed with despatch and
Oct. 11, 41-tl-.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Xc.
GOODS AT LOW PiIICS
AND IN LARGE VARIETY.
PsIw ~Ils 'icl
Have now in store, and are offering at
UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW PRICES, a
well selected stock of FALL and WINTER
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Which are complete in all their lines, and
embrace every article needed by the ladies
in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, &c, or
by genolemen in PIECE GOODS, UNDER
WEAR, &c. .
That our assortment in the above is
large and superior and cheap, only needs
an examination to prove.
JEANS AND WOOLEN GOODS, HOME
SPUNS, SHEETINGS, BLANKETS, in
In addition to above we take pleasure in
calling attention to our superior stock of
HIEAVY PLANTATION GOODS,
HARDWARE an'I CUTLERY,
SADDLES and BRIDLES, and
. TRUNKS of all kinds.
In short our stock is full and complete,
and with prices so low that we feel confi
dent in giving satisfaction.
P. W. & R. S. CHICR.
Oct. 11, 41-tt.
NEW AND SAFE DEPARTURE
WINTER GOODS I
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST !
TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS.
I will sell from this date, until a clear
ance is effected, without regard to cost,
Woolen Goods of all kinds,
CASSI M ER ES,
Mens' and Boys' Clothing, &c.
I MEAN WHAT I SAY!
IMY STOCK OF
GR OCE RIES
Is full and complete, and will be SOLD
LOW FOR CASH.
Graniteville Shirting, Sheet
ing and Drillings,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
Warranted 150 proof, and as good as
any oil sold.
M IDDL.ETON 'S
FISH AMMONIATED PHOSPHATE.
quird a reputation which plaes it in the
foremost rank. ns t n nni
ties an on the li1 bralters,t nd wil
eived from different parties who have ued
Feb. 23, 8-tf.
SE ED WHET.
One Hundred and
Fifty Bushels of AM
BER WH E AT, and
One Hundred Bushels
of WHITE WHEAT.
For Sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
Sep. 27, 39tf.
All persons indebted to
+1s ,,nkrm.gned na solicite
ally adding to their large stock of
DEXTER and KENTUCKIAN, all of which
essly for the Soutbein Trade.
PLAIN, PRESSED and JAPANNED TIN
kept in a FIRST CLASS STOVE and TIN
GUTTERING, SPOUTING, &c.
Unprecedentedly Low PricesI
WRIGHT & COPPota
Respectfully an'iounce to thelcitizens of
Newberry that they have now in store an
elegant and cheap stock of
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS,
which embraces a large variety of the
LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS IN
SUITS, which they can sell at lower prices
than ever before offered in this market, and
to which they now invite attention.
They make a specialty in FINE CLOTH
COATS, OVERCOATS, PANTS, SHIRTS,
&c., an examination of which is only neeee
sary to convince any one of the differene
in prices bet.ween this seson and the -lass.
H ATS for inin and boys of all styles and
grades, together with' FINE GAITERS
AND SHOES at prices which defy compe
Call and make an examination before
purchasing elesewhere, and ses' if you
cannot save money.
IVllGHT & IJOPPOCL
No. 4 Mollohon Bow.
Oct. 4, 40-tf.
Dry Goods U' e&ViaWhsery'.
signed as, from thi date, reduced his en
tire stock to prices which cannot fail to
please those in search of GOOD goods for lit
Full and complete stock of
DMll GOODS, NOTIONS,&M.
Always on band.
Latest noveltes now in stock
ECRIU LACE, LACE TIES, GRENADINE,
ILLIO, PS, LACE USLINS,
styles at 25 cents per yard.
All orders promptly and carefully attend
C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
coLUXBAr, a. c.
se Send for samples.
May 1st, 1876. 1-f
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Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
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cents or two post stamps.
THE CULVEEWELL XEDIcAL C0.
.. 41 Ann St., New York.
Post Omnee Box, 4586. July 12, 28-ly.
Is now to be found at the store formerly
occupied by John F. Speck, where be will
attend to all business in his line with fideli-.
ty and dispatch.
gg WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE
Aug. 30, 15-ly.
Al n reditnes of the Esf of' Tsab.lla