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INDEx To NEw ADVERTISEMENT8.
W. T. Tarrant-Removal.
R. M. Wallace-Sale of Land.
John C. Dial-Hardware, &c.
Rev. J. E. Watson-Land for Sale.
J. D. Cash-Headquarters for Clothing.
Dr. E. E. Jackson-Druggist and Chemist.
Ludden & Bates-Gov. Wade Hampton's
A. A. & F. A. Gilbert-Prospectus of the
Pee Dee Watchman.
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munications relating to personal inter
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is $2.50 for twelve months, $1.25 for six
months, 75 cents for three months and
25 cents for one montic, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
To clubs of twenty names, (the entire
list to be brought in at one time), the pa
per will be furnished at $2 each. Clubs
of ten, $2.25 each. The cash must ac
GERMAN MILLET SEED,
At S. P. BOOZER'S
Cheap for cash. 13-tf.
Now is the time of year for Pneu
monia, Lung Fever, &c. Every family
should have a bottle of BCISCHEE's
GE>xAx SYRUP. Don't allow for one
moment that cough to take hold of your
child, your family or yourself. Con
sumption, Asthma, Pneumonia, Croup,
Hemorrhages, and other fatal diseases
m3ay et in. Although it is true GERIAN
SYEiP is curing thousands of these
dreaded diseases, yet it is much better
to have it at hand when three doses will
cnre you. One Bottle will last your
whole: family a winter and keep.you
sake danger. If you are consump
tive, do not rest until you have tried
this remedy. Sample Bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 75 cents. Sold by your
Druggist, Dr. W. E. Pelham.
With the coming of Spring, comes a
genaerai going over in household af
fje idy housewife looks over
and into everything from the cellar
to the attie; kitchen, pantry, dining
room and bed room are examined, and
of course many. indispensable articles
are either badly worn, broken or alto
gether missing. It. follows naturally
that all the different things must be re
placedm and the next question is, where
afteyto be had at the lowest prices?
This is easily answered. Messrs. Kings
land & Heath, opposite the Columbia
Hotel, Columbia, S. C., wholesale and
retail dealers in China, Glass, Crockery,
Tin, Wood and Iron Ware of all kinds,
can supply any and all wants in house
furnishing. Send them an order and
be convinced. 11-tf.
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clock
or watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 35-1y
TEO3XPSON, Dentist, Square above Post
There will be a meeting of all persons
who have subscribed, or who may sub
scribe before said meeting, for the re
location of Newberry College in the town
of Newberry, on Friday, the 13th inst.,
atreleven o'clock in the forenoon, in the
Cour& House, for the transaction of im
W. T. TAR~RANT, Chairman.
W. H.-WAT..A cE, Secretary.
Several communications are crowded
ouitis week,.among them Broadbrim's
Letter. It will appear next week on
TRANSERS OF RALT EsTATE.
Geo. S. Mower, Assignee, and J. D.
Smith Livingston, Agent, to Elizabeth
F. Blease, 3 1-2 acres, $1250.
We call the special attention of our
readeSN9thledvertisement in this is
sae of Jno. C. Dial, dealer in Hardware,
House-furnishing Goods, and Mechan
ieal Tools, Columbia, S. C.
FAsHmON NOTES.-Fur collars a:-e
little worn by ladies this season, and
this will give rise to many severe coughs
and colds. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a
certain and safe care in every case.
Price 25 cents.
PEAi BIOoMs.-The first pea blooms
that we have seen were deposited on
our table last Thursday. They were
taken from the garden of Henry Ken
niedy (colored). Gravel town takes
the premium so far as heard from.
CAUGHT.-Winfield Robertson, col
ored, whom we mentioned last week as
being charged with a brutal crime, was
caught in Columbia Saturday by L. J.
*Radcliffe, Chief of Police of that city.
Trial Justice Packer sent a constable
for the fellow, and he is now in jail.
A GOOD MOVE.-Mrs. Whaley and
Mrs. Wicker have set back the founda
*tions for their new buildings on Pratt
Street six feet, thus leaving a wider
and more convenient sidewalk. We
have heard, but don't know whether it
is o, that al1 the owners of lots aong
SILVER CORN-ET.-This band was out
serenading Thursday and Saturday
nights. They have firstrate instru
ments, and make excellent music.
A dispatch received this (Tuesday)
morning by Dr. W. E. Pelham says
that his father, C. P. Pelham, Esq.,
(Editor of the Columbia Register) is se
riously ill with Pneumonia.
W. T. TARRANT
Can be found at Harmon's old stand,
next to the National Bank, with the
largest and most select stock of goods
ever offered in Newberry. He is re
ceiving Spring Goods daily. A nice
line of Dress Goods in this week. it.
The amateur theatricals at Maybin
ton, an account of whose performances
we published last week, netted the snug
little sum of $75 for Ebenezer Church.
They propose to give another similar
entertainment for the same object at an
early day, which will be even better
than their last.
THANKS.-If Mrs. Joseph Brown
does not know how to make good and
palatable cookies, then we retire from
our eminent position as a judge. Our
warmest thanks are tendered this lady
for her kindness in remembering us
at this Passover season in sending
such a profusion of nice dishes. Her
culinary skill is only exceeded by the
kindness of her heart.
CoNTRIBi;TIoxs.-Since last notice
we have received $4.00 for Mrs. Wha
ey, who suffured so severely by the I
are, in the loss of both store and dwell
From Misses Lizzie and Ann ]
Whaley, Greenwood, - - $2 00
From Mrs. E. B. W. and Miss
Lillian G. Scurry, Chappell's
Depot, - - - - 2 00
OUR POLICE.-We doubt whether any
town or city in the State bas so efficient
a police force as Newberry. There is
usually a great deal of stealing and
other rascality going on here, as in ev
ery town or city, and it is a remarkable
fact that very few in Newberry escape
detection. Capt. Gaillard is a terror to
evil-doers, and the other members of
the force perform their duties in a very
ST. LUK:E'S.-The Easter elections
ere held at the above named Church
h4 2nd instant, with the following re
Wardens-W. C. Johnson and A. W.
Vestrymen-N. B. Mazyck, R. H.
reneker, J. N. Fowles and R. H.
Deputies to Convention-N. B. Ma
yk and R. H. Clarkson.t
THAT WATER.-A five-gallon jug of
Cary's Southern Saratoga water was
eceived at this office last week from
he Proprietor, Col. Clary, with com
pliments and advice to drink and be
ealed of all the ills to which our flesh
is heir. We are following his advice
and will report progress. In the mean
time he will accept our thanks, with
the hope that it will put us in good
condition for his pic nic, which comes
off on Tuesday, the 15th of May.
GOV. WADiE HAMPTON'S MARCH.
Just published, and a great success.
The Bands play it; the Boys whistle it;
the Ladies pronounce it "Lovely," and
it is bound to be on every Southern
Girl's piano, sooner or later. Elegantly
illustrated title page, with a perfect
lithograph of Carolina's noble son, Gov.
WADE HAMPxrrON. Music by the popu
lar composer, E. Mack. For Brass
Band, $1.50; for Piano, or Organ, 50
ts. IPublished by
LUDDEN & BATES,
15-1t. Savannah, Ga.
GOING FOR THE GAITERS.-Saturday
afternoon Mr. Robert Moorman, sales
man in Chick's, detected a negro, Den
nis Bowers, stealing three pairs of gait
ers from the store, worth $2.50 per pair.
Mr. M. seized the thief and called in
the police, who took him before Trial
Justice Packer. He pleaded guilty;
but said somebody stuck the gaiters un
der his shawl in the store. When asked
who it was, he said be didn'tknow "who
de debil it was." The Judge fined him
fifteen dollars, or fifteen days in jail.
He went to jail.
OUR NEW SIGN.-We are under ob
ligation to Mr. Jas. Packer for the
handsome and attractive sign .which
hangs over the stairway entrance to
the HERALD office. It is an artistic
piece of work, and shows not only the
felicity of his imagination but his abil
ity in execution. Persons in quest of
the HERALD office or Book Store need
be at no loss hereafter, nor need they
ask the way even, for by looking to the
right as they enter Tarrant's store they
will see the beautiful sign with its W
pointing it out so plainly as to be un
We clip the following complimentary
notice of one of our young Newberrians
from the Keowee (Walballa) Courier.
Speaking of the Anniversary Exercises
of the Excelsior Literary Society of
Newberry College, it says:
"After prayer by Dr. Smeltzer, Mr.
C. M. Efird, of Lexington, President of
the Excelsior Society, followed in a
brief and pertinent address upon the
necessity and benefits of the formation
of college societies, and mntroduced the
orator of the evening, Mr. G. B. Cro
mer, of Newvberry, whose subject was
'True Courage." This theme was
t...M~A .. QWI1fII1 and ma~t~~rIv man
FIRST CORPs, ARMY OF CLOTHr
I desire to call the especial attent
of my customers and the public g
erally, to my complete stock of N
Spring and Summer Clothing, wh
has been bought for cash from the v
best manufacturers, made up in
latest styles, and which I am determir
to sell to cash buyers lower than tl
have ever bought Gent's Fine Cloth
in this or any other market. Come
see me at the Iron Front Building,
that I may prove to you that I me
business. J. D. CASH
April 10, 1877. It
COLUMBIA, April 9th
T. F. GRENEKER, EsQU.:
Please give notice that I shall orgn
ize my class in Vocal Music at the H
Dn Wednesday the 11th at 8 o'clock
U. I am detained by a severe cold a
the prospect of bad weather.
Yours truly, W. H. EVANS,
A NEW SPINNING MACHINE.
ave just seen at Chick's a paten1
nachine for spinning. It consists
:hree wheels, the largest ten inches
liameter, with a handle attached .
;urning, another four inches and anotl
;wo-all moving by friction. The wh(
'machine" can be put into a hat b(
You screw it to a table, hold the roll
vool or cotton in the left hand, t
iandle on the wheel in your right, a
urn; the spindle goes whizzing arou
it a tremendous speed, accomplishi
)etter wo'k, in quicker time and w
ess exertion, than the best old-fashion
spinning wheel" in the world. It '
nvented by a Michigan man nan
OUT ON THE FOwL.-Wade McCra<
n, still under the delusion tr
'Chamblin" was governor, and imi
ing that worthy's example, has be
tppropriating other people's prope
;o his own use and behoof. His spec
veakness was chickens. Wednesd
iight last he stole several from a m
>n George Sligh's place, which
)rought to town and sold. Then t
)ficers of the law got after Wade; I
othing daunted, he broke into a hot
Chursday afternoon and stole a ga
3till not satisfied, he made a raid Frid
iight on Mrs. McKellar's fowl hou
mud got more chickens, which he brong
,o town to sell.. The police grabt
ur and turned him over to Trial Ji
ice Packer, who sent him to jail:
HOW THEY CATCH 'EM.-Saturd
ight, just after the arrival of the
reight, Capt. Gaillard, Chief of Poli
~eceived intimation that something v
'rong at Mr. Maybin's warehouse
he depot. Capt. Gaillard and Polii
nan Brown went over to the wa:
iouse and found that a window b
een broken open, but saw no one
e rogues had probably been fright<
3d off by the train. The policem
secreted themselves to await their :
urn. In a little while a negro cal
:reeping up, and Capt. Gaillard nabb
im. While he had that one in char
ae heard another a little way down 1
ailroad utter a peculiar wvhistle.
brought No. 1 to the guardhouse.
rew minutes afterward, while on 1
street near Mr. Todd's store, a nef
ear him uttered that peculiar wvhis
again. The Captain immediately n
bed him. He had a hacthet under
coat, with which the window had b(
burst open. About the same time Poli
man Brown, who had concealed hims
near the warehouse, captured anoth
making three in all. The names of
enterprising trio are Henry Green, Al
Hargrove and Peter Higgins. Ti
were all sent to jail by Trial Just
Packer for thirty days.
Cow AND CALF STOLEN.-The nij
of the 1st instant, a cow and calf w
stolen from Mrs. E. M. Keller, y
lives on the Jalapa road, near H
Springs Church. A few days aft
wards the cow was found in the pose
sion of Thomas Bobo, colored, living
Mr. Werber's place in the count
Bobo said that he bought the cow i
calf from Burrell Chalmers, alias Day
port, living in town, and that he (Bo
bad killed the calf and sold it at
market in town. The parties who s
Bobo had a warrant for his arrest at
ime from Trial Justice Packer, but,
the strength of his statement, and on
count of the extreme illness of his w
allowed him to remain at home, ui
promising to appear Saturday morn
before the Trial Justice. Early Sat
day morning he sent a messengex
the Trial Justice that Chalmers was
his (Bobo's) house, and if he would se
his constable to a certain point in
road, he would find Chalmers, t
could arrest him. The Trial Just
did as directed, Mr. R. H. Wright
ing with the constable; Chalmers v
arrested, and -they all came on towa
town. Just after crossing the cr<
this side of Mr. Hair's tanyard, Cl
mers suddenly took to his heels, dar
down a lane and made tracks for libei
The constable, Mr. Lovelace, fired tw~
with his pistol, and ran after the neg
but was counted out in the chase.
The calf was a very fine one, ele'
months old, weighing, net, 260 pon
HELIoGABALU.-It is said of the Rot
Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antinous-tha
single feast at his villa just outside of R(
cost the enormous sum of over one hiund
thousand dollars. The earth and the air
the sea had been scoured for delicacies,
a dish of nightingale's tongues made co
by the sweet singing of the birds was amn
the extravagant menu. The feast conclut
the Emperor fell back on his couch of
pe and gold and offered a million of ses
.in to any who could invent a new diah
ITS OIGIN.-Durimg the late meetin
qG. of Synod, several sharp encounters oc
curred in the College discussion, be
tween the speakers from Prosperity and
ew outside barbarians, because the latte1
ich inadvertently and through time-honored
ry custom ever and anon called the towr
the by its original and proper name-Frog
ed Level, and there were expressions which
icy should not have been made. Old Bro.
ther Cauglman on one of these occasions
to jumped to his feet in his characteristi<
so way and begged attention for a mo
an ment while he told how the name origi
nated. He reaembered often while a
little shaver, hearing his father and
others say, that during the time that
tried men's souls in the old days of the
revolution, a party of soldiers camped
m- on the site of the present town, which
all was then surrounded by ponds, in which
?. innumerable frogs disported themselves,
nd and that these lively denizens of that
section made the air so musical with
their croaking that the Continentals
gave the place the name of Frog Level
Ve In this connection, and in behalf of
ed the town of Newberry, we beg leave tc
of say that the charge made by certain
in speakers that the people outside of Frog
'or Level, and particularly in the town of
er Newberry, made it a by-word and a
)le scoff is without foundation. The idea
x. existed only in their own imaginations,
of and there would have been nothing said
he on the subject if allusion had not first
nd been made by them. As Major Suber
Ad said in his pleasant and pointed remarks
ag on this subject, the name is held in es
th teem for its old time honored associa
ed tions, and that it would smell no sweet
as er by any other name. We regret that
ed so much feeling was displayed, and
trust that our honored neighbors of that
k- enterprising and go ahead town will
not entertain the idea for a moment
at that the old name is held in derision.
en JALAPA ITEMS.
ty Mr. Jno. B. Campbell has the old
a Jalapa picnic ground in cultivation.
ay Cotton and guano is the topic of the
he Molasses cane will be planted by
h several of the farmers this year.
iut Mrs. Willie C. Sligh has a beautiful
ise strawberry bed, equally as good if not
superior to Mr. J. 0. Meredith's, the
ay celebrated gardener of Helena.
se, Gardens are looking splendid.
btMessrs. Clark, Folk, and Campbell
ed have a good supply of Baltimore and
or St. Louis bacon on hand-C. R. smoked,
orat 11e, per pound, for which they re
spectfully solicit the cash.
ay Another star added to the light of omi
up town-Capt. J. Calvin Swittenberg,
ye, who is one of the best shoe manufac
'as turers out of jail (not the penitentiary.)
at We have no professor of Law at
ye-. Jalapa, and hope we may never have,
e- provided he be a bull-dozer like some
ad of his brother professors in Columbis
. and the city of Washington.
n- Jalapa has a Spanish jack, owned by
en Dr. R. P. Clark. The jack bears the
-e- title of "Blue Frank," not a professor o!
ne L- nor a bull-dozer. This valuable
ed jack derived the name Spanish not be.
,cause he came across the big waters,
e but from over the French Broad ix
Ele North Carolina. He is good for one
A thing, if nothing else, and that is t<
he wake up one who sleeps near his quar
ro ters. "Blue Frank," the Spanish jack
tle was seen by several of the Jalapains a
b- few Sundays ago on his way or in the
bis direction of Newberry, the surmise was
en thiat he was on his way to be offered
ee- for trade, though we learn since that hE
elf was exchanged for a very nice stick
er, broom. This was a Sunday trade.
he The long and patient sufferer, Dr
Len Willie M. Kinard, died Tuesday, Apri
iey 3rd, at 10 1-2 o'clock A. M.
ice Mrs. Bettie-Keller was robbed of hei
milk cow and ealf last week. The onl3
cow she possessed. DEM.
ret An Earnest Appeal.
'ho Frien ds. fellow-citizens, debtors
ad Hoar us ! We were in ~a strai
es- before the late dreadful fire, bu
on now we are absolutely straight
ry- ened out, and -if ever a periot
existed which made it neces
o) sary for us to call on our friendi
the to aid us by paying up, now il
we certainly that time. We make at
on earnest appeal, therefore, to oni
ac- and all to come and pay us a por
fe, tion, if not all thbat - they owe us
ing that we may be enabled to resum4
r- business again. Our losses ar'
to heavy, and we feel assured tha
dthe friends we have favored iu
:he better times will generously comn
*nd forward now and help us in thii
ieour time of adversity. Come for
ras ward then, friends, and make n<
e delay, for we need the help calle<
:ek- for. McFALL &POOLJ.
ted 1 -4f
ty'. COMMODORE VANDERBILT
ice Handsomely endowed a University in th
ro, South; but Dr. James L. Gilder left a richc
legacy to his people by giving them his celE
ren brated Liver Pills. The people living in th
.Southern portion of the United States ar
d.naturally subject to Liver disease, and thes
ian pills will always PREVENr, REL,IEVE C
t a CUE. Sold by all druggists and countr
r merchants. For sale by Pope & Wardla1
and and W. E. Pelham. 12-ti
~tly Dr. S. F. Fant is giving away a handsomi
ygbook entitled "Pearls for the People." cor
le,taning much valuable information an
tr many interesting articles. It also contains
hitonr of the dliscvery of the "Hepatinle,
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Weather is abominable.
Business during past week dull.
Chamberlain is "straight out" at last.
Relocation of Newberry College oc
cupied much attention.
Painting is still in fashion-the last
job was John's counter.
A sign of the times-in front of J. D.
There were several loads of cotton in
Springtime, Hampton, Newberry
College, all at one time-Newberry is
The rain which fell on Tuesday night
and Wednesday produced a condition
of mud altogether unpleasant.
If the old adage that "April showers
bring forth many flowers" be true we
will soon have abundance.
Spring has not yet come by a good
deal-our machine poetry is therefore
Liens of all the approved forms for
sale at this office. Call for the kind
The Sheriff has nine able-bodied pris
oners at his boarding house, who are
each able to eat square meals.
The little boys are talking about get
ting into their red shirts again, now
that Hampton is all right.
There is an old gentleman in town,
over seventy years of age, who uses the
needle and thread Saturday afternoons.
Two or three contracts for building
have already been made. When the
builders commence -there will be some
We have seen him again-the man
who promised that load of wood. The
song of "wood up" has no music for
Prosperity made a noble effort for the
College, and our admiration for our
neighboring town, always great, has
been largely increased.
The most unique and striking thing
is our new indoor sign, which points
the way up stairs to the HERALD office.
Look at it closely.
Wouldn't it be a good thing for our
moneyed men to establish a Building
and Loan Association? We merely
throw out the suggestion.
Another soul made happy--old George,
he who 'rahed so lustily for Rampton
some time back. "Now is the winter
of our discontent made glorious sum
Trobe the barber's double glass still
surprises the bald-headed. One indi
vidual who had not seen the top since
the war says he didn't know it was so
A slight variation of a familiar hymn:
"Behold the day is dawning,
The darkies disappear."
In other words, negro government in
South Carolina "has gone glimmering."
The .Register of Wednesday last says
the people of Newberry threw up their
hats when the dispatch that "the goose
hangs high" was received. This was a
mistake. Only one hat was taken off,
and not by the wearer either.
Mr. A. W. Hamiter, of Helena, has
done some pretty painting lately in
town. The interior of J. B. Leonard
& Co.'s new store, counters, shelving,
&c., together with the show counter of
Mr. John Montgomery, are specimens
which elicit much admiration.
A friend who has long overlooked
the claims of the HERALD, says for the
sake of peace in the family he will do
so no longer. He intends to spend a
little for printer's ink.
There are not a few men who rarely,
except when forced through necessity,
let the printers see a dollar of their
money in the way of advertising. The
paper is a prime necessity, and it is the
duty of every man to help sustain it.
How can it live without generous sup
port? What would be the consequence
if its publication were to cease? Spas
modic and occasional advertisers, when
they wanted its services, would be in
dignant in that event. The newspaper
is a necessity to a community, and busi
ness men should help support it. Again,
it speaks badly for a community when
the paper goes abroad and it is found
that many of the principal business
houses seldom or never advertise in it.
Think of it, friends. Live and let live.
-We are all dependent on each other.
If you have any job printing to be
done call at the HERALD office and in
quire prices before sending abroad.
We can and do work as cheaply and as
well as other establishments of greater
pretentions. Patronize home industry.
There is another consideration: you are
subject to no inconvenience by reason
of delay. Work ean be done at short
notice. Try it.
The Hon. Alexander H. Stevens says:
"The Globe Flower Cough Syrup has proven
a most valuable remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
"I shall always use it with perfect confi
dence, and recommend it to the public as a
remedy which will afford that satisfaction
experienced by me and mine. It excels
everything for coughs, colds and obstinate
SEx-Gov. Brown, of Ga.. says:-'"He finds
the Globe Flower Cough Syrup a most ex
Such endorsement by our great and good
men deserves the attention of the afflicted.
rThose suffering from coughs, colds and lung
affections should use the Globe Flower Cough
eSyrup. It will positively cure consumption.
-For sale by S. F. FANT. 44-tf
ARaIVALs AT THE SIMMoNs HousE.
SJohn Willis, Edgefield; - Wingard, Lex
intn-hri .Da,H oc,Go
Sinton;p CharlieB. y H. Bosch, Grove
FOR THE HERALD,
Only pansies, with golden hearts,
Pierced by sunlight's glittering darts,
Only pansies, with purple tips,
Beautiful pansies, with dew-kissed lips.
Tenderly we kneel at their lovely bed,
In adoration bending the head,
As we gather their blossoms sweet and fair, 1
To wilt in the massive waves of our hair.
Precious pansies, heralds of spring,
A wealth of fragrance you ever bring;
I'll nestle a few, in this tie of lace,
Just here, sweet pansies, close to my face.
Only pansies, but sweeter to me,
Than rarest tropical flowers could be;
Let us gather the pansies while we may,
As they gild with beauty hfe's rugged way.
Williamston, S. C. MAGGIE.
Hayes in Illinois.
The Republican Party Split in Two-The
Bottom Out of Everything.
CHICAGO, March 29.-The course
of the Fraudulent Administration now
in power in this country is very un
satisfactory to at least one-third of the
Republican party of this State. The
Republicans of Illinois have been of
the most Radical stamp, and to many
of them the course of Mr. Hayes has
been most distasteful. Last fall when
it was evident Governor Hayes would
be defeated unless the votes of South
Carolina, Florida and Louisiana could
be secured, the Hon. Charles B. Far
well of this city was written to and
sent at-an early day to New Orleans
to assure the Republican State officers I
and the' Returning Board that if they
would stand firm and count in Hayes,
Hayes would, in turn, carry out the
policy of Grant, and stand by them,
and back them with the strong arm of t
Packard, J. Madison Wells, Kellogg,
and the entire crew were delighted
with this assurance, played true, and
counted Hayes in. You can imagine
how Mr. Farwell feels now when Mr.
Hayes has turned tail to the pledges
which Farwell was authorized to, and
did make to the vagabonds and forgers
of Louisiana. They stand suddenly
still and say if Hayes violates the
pledges which Farwell ma'e to the
carpet-baggers of Louisiana, and which
Chandler gave those of Florida, he
must run his Administration without
them. Gen. Logan, it is said, cor
dially sympathizes in this feeling.
The Journal, Tribune and inter
Ocean will stand by the Administra
tion. The Evening Post is with the
sore heads. Bob Ingersoll is lecturing
around the State in defence of Hayes
and his policy ; but with the Repub
licans, pure and simple, the current is
against~ Bob. The Grangers have so
long been taught the doctrine of hate,
that they think it queer that they
should be so soon called on to practice
the beautiful precepts of justice and
love. Ingersoll lectured here on this
subject Tuesday evening, and the Re
publicans are about equally divided as
to his recommending the Hayes poli
cy, and his frank admission that in the
recent canvass he showed himself to
be a flatulent demagogue and ass.
E. B. Washburne is a strong man
in Illinois. It is well understood that
his resignation was asked for by Mr.
Evarts. His course during the Ger
man-Franeo war added very much to
his popularity with the Germans, and
he is to-day the strongest Republican
with the people in the State. Wash
burne is considered, with Ben Camp
bell, J. Russell Jones, and some others,
a part of Grant's old guard, and the
best part of it at that. -These selfish
and grasping Galenians think when
they lost Grant they lost all, and they
feel like letting Hayes run his own
It is a well accredited- fact that
Judge Davis, on his return from Wash
ington, tendered the vacant seat on
the Supreme bench of the United
States to Judge -Drummond, much to
the discomfort of that cold-blooded
pharisee, Tim 0. Howe of Wisconsin.
Timn and his son have become possess
ed of too much sudden wealth for him
to be re-elected from Wisconsin ; hence
the anxiety to get a safe place for him.
To THE LADIES-New and beautiful
sheet music, comprising Songs, Duetts,
Choruses, Waltzes, &c., at publishers'
prices at the Herald Book Store.
To THE Boys.-A few copies of De
Witt's Base Ball Guide for 1877, This
book is an authority. Call at once and
To YOUNG MEN AND MA.IDENS who
write Billet Doux, the Herald Book
Book Store is the place where can be
found paper and envelopes in the pret
tiest boxes imaginable.
To SCHOOt BoYS AND Guats.-If you
want slates, copy books, pens, pencils,
books, pocket inkstands, &c.~, ask for
them at the Herald Book Store.
To THE FUBLIC.-At the' Herald
Book Store can be found the best of
paper and envelopes, and every other
article of stationery used in this sec
ADVERTISE.-AdvertiSe and let the
people of the County see that Newberry
is a live town, and that her merchants
have goods to sell and mean to sell
them. If you cannot afford to contract
for a hundred dollar advertisement as
in the good old days, send in a fifty
cent one. No matter how small the
price or the notice, send it in and show
that there is life in the town. Make a
run on something, if it's only dried cod
fish or dried apples, and draw custom
by which other merchandise will be
NEwBEERY, S. C., April 7, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
April 7, 1877:
Alien, James Henderson, Jno.
Blai. .aptn (ol) McGraw. Win. N.
Tribute of Respect.
WHEREAS, Our Brother and fellow-laborer
n Ebenezer Grange, JNO. D. BoozER, has
)een removed by death from the midst of us,
In the Providence of God; therefore,
Resolved, That we testify to the fact of his
laving been a faithful and industrious mem
>er of this Grange-working as one who
ippreciated the elevating influence of the
?atrons of Husbandry-appropriating the
dvantages of the Order to himself and ex
ending them to others. We feel his loss as an
ficient officer, in which capacity he served
nost of the time, from the establishment of
3benezer Grange up to the time of his death
-rising higher and higher in the confidence
if his fellow-members.
Resolved, That a blank page in our Record
3ook be set apart for the inscription of his
Resolved, That we assure his family of our
ympathy with them in their distress, and
hat a copy of these resolutions be sent to
Encouragement for the Feeble.
Debility, whether it be inherent, or caused
>y overtaxed strength, or protracted illness,
ias a most depressing influence upon the
nind, breeding an abject melancholy nearly
ikin to despair, and enforcing the abandon
nent of cherished projects and high hopes.
3 appily, the enfeebled system, even in ex
reme cases, is susceptible of invigoration. It
a proved by incontrovertible evidence that
ostetter's Stomach Bitters is an unfailing
trengthener of the weak, and that in addition
o vitalizing the physical organization, it es
:ablishes regularity among those organs upon
vhose efficient discharge of the duties im
>osed on them by nature, continued vigor
.nd health depend. Thousands of instances
night be cited to show the regenerating infla
nce of this health-giving agent in cases of
lebility, liver disease, dyspepsia, nervous
ilments, constipation, intermittent fever,
trinary and uterine troubles, gout and rheu
natism, and other maladies. 14-4t
NEWBEERY, April 10.-Cotton quiet-mid
ling 101. Bales shipped during week-169.
LIvERPOOL, April 9.-Cotton quiet and
reak-middling uplands 6 3-16; middling
)rleans 6 7-16.
Nzw Yonx, April 9.-Cotton quiet-up
ands 111; Orleans 11k. Gold firmer, at
BALTIMORE, April 9.-Cotton dull-mid
AUGUSTA, April 9.-Co'ton dull and en
irely nominal-middling 11.
CHARLESTON, April 9.-Cotton dull-mid
The creditors of the estate of Robert
cruggs will present their demands, duly
Lttested, to the undersigned on or before
he first day of May next, or else they will
>e barred payment.
W. A. FALLAW,
March 20, 1877-13-3t. Adm'r.
ro the Traveling Public.
The undersigned would respectfully in
orm his frien<ds and the general public,
hat hie has. opened a BOARDING HOUS.R
it the corner of Nance and Friend Streets,
iot far from The Depot. As the rooms are
ell appointed, the table abundantly sup
yied with well cooked food, and the ser
vants polite and attentive, he hopes to give
atisfaction. A. W. T. SIMMONS.
Mar. 28, 13-if.
PIC NIC DINNER
Will be given by the citizens around
Jary's Southern Saratoga Mineral Spring,
yn Tuesday, the 15th day of May next. All
ersons are invited, and all families ag
respectfully invited to bring in full baskets.
There atre expected to be some mineral
speeches on the occasion of the Mineral
M. H. CA MPSON,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT,
J. P. H ARDY,
A. P. COLEMAN,
.1ACOB W. HARDY,
Committee of Arrangements.
Apr. 2, 1877-14-2t.
Tan Bark and Hides
The undersigned wishes to purchase 300
ords of Tan Bark and 1O,000 lbs. Hides,
for which he will pay cash on delivery.
April 4, 14-lm. L. J. JONES.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Since tlie burning of the Hotel at, this
place, and appreciating the need of accom
modations for travelers passing through
the town, I am prepared to take transiens
boarders, furnishing good board and rooms.
The House is most pleasantly situated in
the centre of the town. A porter will be
at the depot to attend to baggage. Orders
concerning the House can be left at the
Store of F. N. Parker, opposite the Post
Persons wishing table board can be ac
comiodated at the usual rates.
MRS. L. S. PARKER,
Mar. 21, 12-lm. Proprietor.
CREENVILLE, S. C..
New Management ! - - New Building!
The undersigned having leased this g~ro
perty, begs leave to announce that it is
complete in all its appointments, and has
many advantages for ldes and children in
its comfortable rooms, large verandahs and
shade trees, and its convenience to the
beautiful grounds of Furman University.
am prre topomise tthe ptrons
neatly furnished ro.oms and a table not sur
he ose will be uner the direct man
agement of the undersigned and his family
and will be kept scrupulously clean inal
[eainvites the patronage of his friends
and the public generally . M PIHS
u Take the Green Omnibus at the depots.
ar. 28, 13-tf.
Country Bacon, Sides,
Shoulders and Hams.
J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Mar. 21, 12-tf.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BOXES
TOBACCO, of different brands. On hand
and for sale cheap, by
. B. LEONARD & CO.
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
i'ka MrnlAftv, ~ ~',4dava and
Respectfully ann iunces to the public that
he has re-opend his
BAR R OOM
one door S.wh of hi: s4d d, wl 't he
will contua :o k*ep t- 'y c :-e
Wines, Liquors and Aes,
Arra:igements will soon be completed
for the opening of the BILLIARD ROOM,
of which due notice will Ue'iven.
Mar. 21, 12-Im.
2,000 IIIDES VNTED.
MARKET PRICE PAID IN GASH FOR
GREt.N AND DRY HIDES.
L. J. JONES.
Mar. 28, 13-4t.
WOOD FOR SALE
By the load or in any quantity. Deliv=
ered on short notice.
J. C. WARDLAW,
At Pope & Wardlaw'.
Newberry, S. C., Mar. 27, 1877. 1$3;-3
CANDY AT 18 CENTS.
I am selling pure, fresh CAND.IES at the
lowest figures ever known in Newberry
ONLY 18 CENTS PER POUND. Manu=
factured from the very best sugar. Cail
and see for yourself.
Mar. 28, 18-im. -
Greenville & Columbia Railread.
Passenger Trains run daily,'Sunday*ecoepbd,
connecting with Night Trains on8otlCarc1na
up and down. On and after Wednesday, March
14, the following will be the Schedule: -
Leave Columbia.............. 846 a m
" Alston........................ 10.0.a e
" Newberry.......................11.50 a m
" Cokesbury..... ............. 8.17.:
" Belton. ................... 5.00 p m
Arrive Greenville..................... 6-'rok;
Leave Greenville................. 7.4 *
3 Belton.............-........... 9.35 3a
" Cokesbury..;....... .. ...11 24
" Newberry..................... 2.28p a.
Alstoa.. ................... 0iO
Arrive Columbia....................... 5.50 p a
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge ERf Rcoi
DowN TRAIN -. M
Leave Walhalla at........................... 6.00 sam
"4 Perry 'lle...:...................... . ,6 .
" Pendleton............. . ............. 7.85- a
" Anderson......................-... 8 t
Arrive at Belton.............................. 9.25 a a
Up TEAI. - --
Leave Belton at ...
" Anderson 6.00 p
" Pendleton .7.00p ,.
" Perryville..... 73 %
Arrive at Walhalla...... 815pm
THOS. DoD AMREAD, Gen' I upt.
JamE NORTON. Geea Ticketgentg~ io
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CorUxarA, S. C., March 18 18%."
ON and after this date .the Passenge Trains
on the South Carolina Rail Road 'T2unina
DAY PAS8ENGEE TRAI-BUEDATS RXE03
Leave Columbia at................. 840 gm
Arrive at Chiarleston at ........................ 4.2 pm
Leave Charleston at .........,..... 4.lPaI
Arrive at Columbia at.................. 6.00 pma
NIGHT EXPE8 ACOoxxoDATZOR THAZN.
Leave Columbia at..................7.00 pm
Arrive at Charleston at..............6.50 a
Arrive at Columbia at..............?15 am
Camden Train .ill runathrsg to Coambi
on Mondays, Wednesdays and 8auray.
Leave Columbia at...............I 4pua
Arrive at Columbia at...........11' Sp a
Up Columhia Night Train onnects einhs#
with the Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
S. S. SQLOnONS, Gn.apin
S. B. PICEEs, Gene1 Icke;.Agent.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta E. L.
The followig buope
XAII. EPRE0-GOING NfORTE.
LaeAu .........6..;....8G L..
Leave Columbia.. ..~.:.N .15 7..
Arrive Charlotte..............6.15 A.. K.
NAIL, EXPEE86-GOING SOUTH.
Leave Charlotte................... 9.36 P. M.
Arrive Coluibia..........:.....;~8.20 A. K.
Leave Columbia.................0 A..
Arrive Augusta................. 7MA. M.
ACCOMMODATION TR AIN.
[Runs daily, Sundays excegted.]
CHA RTITE DIVISION.
Leave Columbia, - - -- 9.15t% m.
Arrive Charlotte, - - -. -. .8 p. m.
. GOiNG SOUTH.
Leave Charlotte, - - 4 8 .3Sa. .
Arrive Columbia. - t - 2483p. m.
Lave Columbia, ,-. - - 6.80 a. m.
Arrive Augusta, - - - - Se5p.m.
Leave Augusta, - - - - 0a ..
Arrive Columbio, - - - a 28 p.
JAS. ANDERSON, General8ag't
A. POPE, Gen.Passenger and TicketMantsL
SPARTANBURG &1 UNiON RAILi;A
The following Passenger Schedule will b .
rated on and after Tuesday, June 6th,
Downward-Monda , Weesa
Arrive. Leave. Art Le.*'
Sartanburg.... 9.80 a. m. S.10 p.m.e.
colet......... 10.20 10.25 325 'S0
Unionville...11.46 12.15p.mn.3255 120
Sa ntuc........12.55 1.00 12.156e 12.20
Fish Dam....... 1.20 1.25 11.5 an.5
Shelton........1.50 200 11.15 1.1.20
Lyles' Ford......2.25 2.30 10.47'105
Str others........ 245 2.50 10.26 10.30
Aston........ 8.45 9.80
Close connection made with Greenville and
Columbia Trains-Stages at Trains on arrival in
Spartanburg, to convey Passengers to Glean's
or Cheroke Sp 'i' evening.
Laurens Rail Read.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
the following schedule will be operated:
Leave Clinton..............815A. M.
Arrive Helena...............10.20 A. K.
Arrive Newberry.............10.30 A. K.
Leave Newberry..............2.00 P. M.
Leave Helena...............2.35 P. K.
Arrive Clinton...~..........4.45 P. K.
Connects with up passenger train.oneen
ville and Columbia Rail Road at Newberry,
and with down passenger-tranatlena.
SHAVING AND KLAIR DEtSSIG
Plain Street next door to Dr, Ge'Offce,
COLUMBIA, S. 0 -
Room newly fitted and furnished augn
temen attended to with celriy, aesthe
most approved styles. y 2
TOBIAS A Will