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S. F.at-Pusc Paint.
II. A.' Burns-Reoperig.
Piano, Melodeon and Picture.
S. C. Merchant-Mule for Sale.
J. B. Lippincott-The Dispensatory.
C. H. Man<oi -Stockholders' Meeting C
& C. R. R. Co.
Herald Book St-re-Good Books for ti
Farm. Garden and Household.
R. L. McCaughrin-Report of the Conditioi
of the National Bank of Newberry, S. C.
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spect and notices of meetings, as well a
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The subscription price of the Heralc
is $2.00 for twclze months, $1.25 for sii
nonths, 75 cents for three months anu
25 cents for one month, in advance
Names in future will not be placed oa
the subscription books until the cash o
its -equivalent is paid.
It is. generally supposed by a certait
class of citizens, who are not practica
or experienced, teat Dyspepsia can no
invariably be cured, but we are pleasei
to"Say that GREE\'s AUGUST FLOWEI
has never, to our knowledge, failed tc
cre"'Dyspepsia ~and Liver Complain1
ialItsafQ ms, such. as Sour Stomach
Costiveness, Sick Headache, palpitatior
of the Heait, low spirits, &c. Out o:
30,000 dozen bottles sold last year, nol
a sinige -failure was reported, bul
thousands of complimentary letters re
ceiveffoin' Drdggists of wonderful
cures. Three doses will relieve any
cas,,Ta,g. it . $ample. Bottles 10 cents.
Regular Size 75 cents. . For sale by
Dr. W. E. Pelham. 12 tf.eow.
AtVERTISE.-Alvertise and let thE
people o44Qouuty see that Newberry
is a -Vitown, andibat her merchantc
haie 5?o sel' F and mean to sel
thetn -fd 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 or.omeing, if it's only dried cod.
fish or'dried kpples, and dr5aw custori
by whic~h other merchandise will be
To THE LADIES.-New and beautiful
sheet music, comprising Songs, Duetts,
Choruses, Waltzes, &c., at publishers
price at-thei Herald Book Store.
To THEBOY-A few copies 6f De
Witt's Base Ball. Guide for 1877, This
book is an authority. Call at once and
To YOUNG MEN AND) MAIDENs whc
write Billet Doux, the Herald Bool
Bock Store is the place where .can be
found paper and envelopes in the pret
tiest boxes imaginable.
Tog~cHooL Boys AND G1m.s.-If you
want slates, copy books, pens, pencils,
books, pocketi inkstands, &c., ask for
them at the Herald Book Store.
To TH PUBLIC.-At the Herald
Book Store can be found the best o:
paper and envelopes, and every othe
article of stationery used in this sec
When FEfdwai Seholtz repairs your cloct
or wa'fch it is warranted for one year. Try~
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 35-1ly
YrATras:-'41r. la'vid H. Halfacri
died.ek Pneumonia the 24th alt., at his
horned.uit.even miles from town.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Longshore died last Sunday night,
aged ten months.
Mr. George Kinard died the 24th ult.
at his honie abont.nine miles from town
His death. was quite sudden, and the
physician hought it was caused either
by appoplexy or meningitis. He leaves
Do Revenue officers trade in bank
The Knights of Honor number 20,
000 members in the United States.
On account of tne Governor's Mes
sage we are compelled to crowd out 2
good deal of other matter this week.
See notice in another column o:
me~eting of Stockholders of- G. & C
NEW AIRS.-The Silver Cornets wil
play several new airs this Wednesdag
Something new in Fancy Note Pape3
just received at the Herald Book Store
Handsome boxes, fine paper and cheap
Newberry is represented on the Com;
mittee of Managers for the Inaugura
Ball in Columbia to-morrow night b.2
Hon. T. J. Pope, Col. C. H. Suber an(
Geo. Johnstone, Esq.
REFR~ to advertisement of Good
Books for the Farm and Garden, and
also to that of the Dispensatory of the
United States. Any of these books will
be furnished by us at the prices named,
Books of all kinds at regular publishers
prices. Orders solicited at the Herald
Book Store and prompt attention given.
Cash in all cases to accompany order,
CoURT.-The time for holding the
Court of Common Pleas and General
Sessions for Newberry County is th<
7th instant. The matter of the juries is
very badly confused. Our readers wil
remember that the Grand Jury drawr
for the year was discharged on the
ground of illegality in the drawing,
atnd that His Honor Judge Nortbroj
dietdta h rn uyo a
yerce sht sere foran Jury to las
ter sofl tser frThereaithn,n
termsd Jury thiyear. Thery hs, the,
tand .Tnrr hnt nn Path .Tm-e hoe ham
REOrENING.-H. A. Burns will open
in a few days at the former stand of
W. H. Dickert, where he will keep on
hand the best confectioneries, ice cream,
soda water, &c. It
DICKERT AND THE BEANSTALK.-Mr.i
W. H. Dickert has placed on our table
a specimen beanstalk from his garden.
It is quite a large one and is covered
with blooms. We place him in the
front rank of good gardeners.
The rumor seems well founded that
a number of prominent citizens of Bal
timore have resolved to erect a monu
ment to the memory of the late Dr.
J. W. Boll, discoverer of that wonderful
remedy, I)r. Bull's Cough Syrup.
INCENDIARY.-Foster Proctor, living
near Ninety-Six, had his dwelling
house, together with furniture and pro
visions, burned last Saturday night
1 while the family were absent. Sup
posed to have been robbed and then
CONCERT AND THEATRICALS.-We
hope the people will turn out en masse
to the Band Concert Friday night. The
character of the entertainment and the
l low price of admission-35 cts. for
adults, and 2.5 cts. for children-ought
1 to secure a large attendance.
RELIGIOUS.-There will be services
in the Methodist Church Friday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. The Second Quar
terly Conference begins Friday night
with a Love Feast. Preaching Satur
day and Sunday- by Presiding Elder
NEWBERRY MONUMENTAL AssocIA
TION.-The President of this Associa
tion requests the ladies of this County
and the members of the Association to
meet in Temperance Hall Wednesday,
May 2nd, at 5 P. M., to arrange for the
proper observance of Memorial Day
L The Newberry District Bible Society
F held'its annual meeting in the Lutheran
Church Sunday night, Rev. E. P. Mc
Clintock delivered a short and interest
ing address. The same officers were
re-elected for the ensuing year. Prof.
Evans' singing class was on hand, and
treated the audience to some fine music.
FIRE.-About twelve o'clock last
Saturday night the meat house and
kitchen of Mrs. Fannie Glasgow, in
Cromer's township, were destroyed by
fire, together with the meat and flour
and other contents. The dwelling was
saved by the use of wet blankets. The
fire was the work of an incendiary.
We have received the first number
of the Advertiser, printed by F. N. Par
ker, Newberry. Don't know whether
the Advertiser is a daily, weekly or
monthly; but it is quite a neat little
four-page sheet, the chief purpose of
which is to call the public's attention
to the stock of saddles, bridles, harness
and other goods in Mr. P.'s line.
The sly young lady who, a short while
ago, returned home from a sleigh ride,
and explained to her mother that her
hat got awfully bent while going
through a deep snow drift;, has invented
a new excuse for the mussed condition
of her head gear upon returning home
from a carriage ride with her young
man. She attributes it to the over
hanging branches along the road. Her
mother smiles knowingly and keeps
BAND UNIFORM.-Professor Ham
merschmit gives the pleasat1t assurance
that the Cornet Band will be in uniform
about fifteen days from this date. It
will be one of the handsomest in the
State. WVe feel no misgivings as to the
future of the present organization;
made up as it is of good material,
splendidly uniformed and under the
direction of so skillful a leader, it must
be a success, and as such will be a pride
to the town of Newberry.
THANKS.-Dr. W. E. Pelbam made
us the recipient a few nights ago of an
essential necessity for the toilet, for
which our thanks are tendered. His
assortment of goods in this line, as well
as in all others, is of the very best
character. The reader will do well to
visit his establishment.
ICapt. John Alexander, of Columbia,
has kindly sent us a package of the
Japan Pea, which he thinks good for
editors. Blessed is be who considereth
the poor. The Captain has our thanks.
SERENADE.-The Cornet Band, under
the skillful leadership of Prof. Hammer
schimit, treated the senior to a serenade
on Wednesday night last. The per
formance of the band is creditable alike
to the pupils as well as to the Professor.
After rendering several pieces the band,
followed by an enthusiastic and music
loving crowd, conferred like favors on
several other citizens. We hope soon
to see the Cornets in the neat and ap
propriate uniforms for the procurement
of which efforts are now making.
PERSONAL.-Dr. B. S. James, of Wal
halia, was in town last week. We are
glad to see the Doctor looking so well,
and to learn that he intends to return
to his old tramping grounds at Martin's
SDepot the first of January. His son-in
law, Dr. Wright, will come with him
and practice medicine.
Dr. J. D. Bruce has returned from
ICharleston, where he has been several
weeks in attendance upon the U. S.
District Court as a member of the Grand
S. H. HAMPrTON, Agent for the cele
brated LINDLEY NURSERY, located near
Greensboro. N. C., is now on his an
nual tour soliciting orders for Fruit
Trees, Vines and Plants, to be deliver
ed at Newberry C. H., in November.
Trees warranted to live 12 months.
Printed instructions in regard to plant
ing, pruning and cultivation given on
day of delivery. I make a specialty of
a fine Strawberry named the MONARCH
OF THE WEsr, which ripens ten days
earlier than the Wilson Albany, twice
as large, and is as sweet as the sweet
est. This is one of the most prolific
berries in this country. I will canvass
Ithe County of Newberry, and can be
found while in town at the residence of
Mrs. Bradley. 18-1m.
BULLDOZING A CONSTABLE.-A war
rant was issued by Judge Packer the
25th of April for the arrest of Butler
Williams, Levi Burton, Geo. Bradley,
~(no relation to Joe) Cull Ropp, WVm.
Payne and Lee Payne-all colored, or
slightly so-on the~charge of grand lar
ceny, in stealing five hogs belonging to
Alexander Stewart. The Constable,
IB. H. Lovelace, wvent to the house of
IButler Williams and arrested him,
when there suddenly appeared on the
scene a motley band of desperadoes,
with guns, axes, sticks, brooms and
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Bustles are now made with hinges.
Don't forget-subscription to HERALD
Wednesday last was dull in the HER
The frisky flea has commenced ac
There is an ugly hole this side the
Farmers say they are needing rain.
The ground is getting to be very hard.
Dr. McIntosh has gone on a visit to
Florida for the recuperation of his
The Town Council fined two colored
Church disturbers five dollars each at
its last meeting.
Mr. Clarkson's boys will have holi
day next week while he goes to Char
leston on business.
Judge Packer administered the law
to a wife beater and a mother-in-law
beater last week.
Mr. J. S. Sloan had a plow, two heel
bolts and a single-tree stolen from his
field a few nights ago.
The pupils of Oak Grove Academy
will have a May picnic Friday. Who
will be Queen of May?
After full moon we will start our ma
chine to making odes on Spring. Some
folks still look for frost.
There was a good rain somewhere
above here Sunday afternoon; Bush
River rose about two feet.
An Edgefield man by the name of
Peterson was in town last week with a
team of six oxen, hauling lumber.
A negro was observed Friday morn
ing on the hunt for a magister. He had
an important legal matter on hand.
Whooping-cough prevails in the Ja
lapa section. One white child and sev
eral colored children have died of it.
Different people have different opin
Some like ringlets and some like chig
The Band treated the Helenaites to a
serenade Saturday afternoon, and re
turned to town laden with pretty bou
The present style of young ladies'
dresses doesn't require any satin in the
material. In fact, they are not made
to be sat in.
The store in rear of Dr. Fant's, oc
cupied before the fire by Dickert, will
be taken by Henry Burns as soon as it
One great curse of this country is the
isatiable greed for office-not for the
onor of the thing, but for the sake of
the filthy lucre.
Newberry is well off in the way of
Drug Stores-four first-class establish
ments. No wonder people keep in
uh good health.
Two invoices of suckers, redhorse,
rout and cat fish from Saluda received
last week. The arrival of that familiar
buggy always draws a crowd.
The Chicago Times says: "Evident
y this man Haves has no friends. A
month in the White House and no one
as sent him even a bull pup."
The Laurens train brought down quite
a number of fair ones last Saturday on
a shopping expedition. There were
several new bonnets carried back.
A. M. Bowers & Co.'s krout barrel is
becoming popular. It is highly recom
mended to quiet the stomach after a
earty meal. One pinch is sufficient
The Rome Sentinel says: "Even if
a boy is always whistling 'I want to be
an angel,' it is just as well to keep the
preserved pears on the top shelf of the
There are more contractors in town
than drummers just now. Anything
for a change. As the college has not
been given out fet there will be lively
The very atmosphere of Newberry is
full of. melody-there is music all
around. Professors Evans and Ham
merschmit have done it, and no one
Recent investigations yvarrant the as
sertion that one baby with a cracker
biscuit will make the couch of wearied
industry more uncomfortable than fif
teen prize mosquitoes.
A happy reunion of the members of
>ur old friend Rev. Mark Boyd's fam
ily took place last week. There was
but one absent from the old homestead.
t was a joyous occasion.
Can't somebody get up a ten-pin al
ley? It would be well patronized, .and
the proprietor could easily make his
money back by charging the players a
small amount for each game.
Old male citizens say they don't ad
mire the present style of ladies' dresses.
What will they say when the Eel Skin
fit comes into vogue? The young men
are silent-they are afraid to speak out.
A man who jumped overboard re
cently to save his wife from drowning,
has explained his action satisfactorily
to his friends. He said she had a good
deal of jewelry on her person, and gold
Says the Rome Sentinel: "The Mo
ravia Register asks, 'Are American
girls delicate?' It depends very much
whether you offer them cocoanut cake
and ice cream, or a bar of soap and a
The Singley building progresses rap
idly-while the volunteer overseers in
rease. It is good that so many have
found employment. When the other
buildings are commenced there will be
scores of souls made happy.
It is hoped that farmers will profit
by the signs-flour and corn high and
still going up while cotton is going
down. Plant corn and fill up your
cribs. A farmer wvith a full corn crib
can afford to be independent.
Mr. Crotwell is clearing away the
rubbish from his lot bought from Mr.
Bedenbaugh on Pratt Street-where
the store occupied by Drs. Pope &
Wardlaw and Maj. Buist stood before
the fire-preparatory to building.
A short ride into the country revealed
splendid looking wheat crops. It is
not so advanced as it might be at this
season, but the crop looks green and
sto.Beies the acreage sown is
A gentleman in town set out about
three hundred cabbages Thursday af
ternoon, and by next morning cut
worms had cut down fifteen of them.
NOTICE.-The M.-. W.-. G.-. M.-. of
Free and Accepted A.-. F.-. Masons of
South Carolina, Geo. E. Johnston, will
be here this Wednesday, to Warrant
and Install the officers of Meridian
Lodge, No. 9, which has been working
under Dispensation for the last three
(3) years, under W.-. Master Felix Tor
THOMPSON, Dentist, Square above Post
TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE.-Lucre
tia Barger to George A. Langford, 1-8
Where shall we buy our Crockery,
Glass and China Ware, and other arti
cles indispensable in every well regu
lated family? This is an important
question, but fortunately it can be an
swered without difficulty. Buyers. and
more especially the ladies who have
largest experience in such things, like
to make selection from a stock which is
extensive in variety; and they are right,
for they can do better than from a
limited assortment which affoids no
chance to gratify their tastes or suit
their pockets. At Messrs. Kingsland
& Heath's elegant store in Columbia
every possible desire can be satisfied
their stock is one of the largest and
best selected in the State. Send an or
der to, or visit them at their store op
posite Columbia Hotel. 17-tf.
FOR THE HERALD,
Our Washington Letter.
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
April 25, 1877.
Though the formal withdrawal of Federal
troops from the Government of Louisiana
takes place to-day (Tuesday,) the result has
been certain at all times since March 5th.
Timidity on the part of the President or
violence in New Orleans, might delay but
nothing could prevent their withdrawal.
It would have been a more manly act to
withdraw them at once than to first pave
the way for the act by seducing or purchas
ing members of Packard's Legislature, but
the result is the same to the people of Lou
isiana, and the historical lesson is not less
clear and impressive. No future President
will permit U. S. troops to interfere in
Secretary Evarts in an interview says in
substance that the delay was necessary in
order that the people of the country might
be made to se.e plainly the condition of
things at New Orleans, and to understand
the subject as it affects the country at large.
This is the way in which he describes the
chicanery and bribery of members of Pack
ard's Legislature by the President's agents.
Secretary Evarts is practicing at homre the
arts which it is popularly supposed his office
makes necessary in dealing with other na
He was a brilliant genius who invented
the scheme finally successful in ruining
Packard. He saw the weakness of the class
he had to deal with, and offered to pay to
all of Packard's official followers their sala
ry and their mileage, and the unsubstantial
pageant of Republicanism in Louisiana
faded. Said Mr. Johnson, of the Legisla
ture, just you pay Mr. Johnson his mileage
and let him go home.
As your readers will no doubt have the
pleasure of reading in full Ben Wade's at
tack upon the President, I need only say
that its violence, while characteristic of the
man, diminishes the effect of the latter. If
the Republican party could be as easily
roused now as in former days when its en
ormous majorities made defection harmless,
Mr. Wade and his like would exert a tre
mendous influence ; lbut just now there will
perhaps be judicious delay in reading Mr.
Hayes out of the party. While on this
subject, it may be said that rumor assigns
an unusually early day for the Maine Re
publican Convention. Is it possible that
any politician down there wishes to make
the future platforms of the party, and is
pushing to be first in the field?'
Hon. Alex. H. Stephens had a very pleas
ant interview with the President yesterday.
The venerable statesman being unable to
leave his carriage the President met him at
the steps of the White House.
Separate from our excellent public
schools, there is to be established here a
school for the education of colored teach
ers. A daughter of Senator Boutwell leads
in the movement, and its success is already
Secretary Sherman, by an order just is
sued, has prevented the further considera
tion and payment by his Department of a
large class of claims growing out of the
war. He takes the ground that the Treas
ury Department is not a Court or Comumis
sion, to pass upon the merits of claims, but
simply an office through which payments
may be made after the claims are establish
ed and made binding upon the government.
There can be no valid objection to this in
itself. The hardship is that these classes of
claims have heretofore been paid after con
sideration in the Treasury, 'and the men
holding them hayve con.sidered them good
when presented. The claims in question
are only such as are unquestionably good.
The Government will provide a Commission
to consider them, or extend the jurisdiction
of the Court of Claims. J allude to this
matter only to show.how, as st ated in my
letter of two weeks since, the Secretary is
trying to holdl money in the Treasury and
show an apparent reduction of the debt.
Handsomely endowed a University in the
South; but Dr. James L. Gilder left a richer
legacy to his people by giving them his cele
brated Liver Pills. The people living in the
Southern portion of the United States are
naturally subject to Liver disease, and these
pills will always PREVENT, RELIEVE or
CURE. Sold by all druggists and country
merchants. For sale by Pope & Wardlaw
and W. E. Pelhiam. 12-tf.
Dr. S. F. Fant is giving away a handsorne
book entitled ''Pearls for the People," .on
taning much valuable information and
many interesting articles. It also contains a
hisor of the discovery of the "Hepatine,"
Russians Defeated with a Loss
of 800 Mei.
CoNSTAITLNOPLE, April 26.--Safvol
Pasha has addressed the followinn
dispatch to the Turkish ambassado2
at London :
"The first engagement has just
been fought at Tchurukson, neai
Batoam. After some fighting the
enemy was defeated and put tc
rout with a loss of 800.
LtTEn-The Russians' loss was
Erom the Seat of War.
120,000 Russians have crossed
the river Pruth, and have attacked
the Turks at Kars. The battle
K-oxvxu, TEN., April 29.
"Parson" 'Wm. G. Brownlow died
NIWBERRY, S. C., April 28, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
April 28, 1877:
Caldwell, W. S. Johnson, A. H.
Dooley, Dan'! Miller, Mrs. Mary J.
Glenn, J. E. McCall, J. L.
Helms, Milas Wicker, Mrs. Cornelia
Herbert, Jno. P. Wilson, George
Jones, L. B. [Young, Mrs. M. .1.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
A Wonder-Working Remedy.
No remedial agent has ever been offered to
the sick and debilitated at all comparable to
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, in cases of re
mittent and Intermittent fevers, constipation,
nervous ailments, rheumatism, and disorders
involving constitutional weakness or physi
cal decay. It literally "works wonders." The
botanic ingredients which its spirituous basis
holds in solution, act like a charm upon the
stomach, and through the stomach upon the
brain, liver, bowels and nervous system.
There is nothing in its composition that is not
salubrious. It contains some of the most po
tent tonics of the vegetable kingdom and the
juices of the best aperient and anti-bilious
roots and herbs, combined with a perfectly
pure stimulating element. The Bitters are
peculiarly adapted to those engaged in ex
hausting or unhealthy occupations, as by its
use strength is sustained and the ability of
the system to resist atmospheric and other
influences prejudicial to health laruely in
THE Ass IN THE LIoN's SKIN.-No fable
of .Esop's is more familiar than that of the
ass who assumed the skin of the lion, and
thus attired he succeeded in frightening all
the beasts of the tield, who fled from him in
dismay, At last he rushed upon a fox, and
not satisfied with having the appearance of a
lion, he tried to imitate the lion's roar. The
fox recognized the voice of the jackass,
though his body was concealed by the lion's
skin. "Ha, ha!" said the fox; "if you had
kept your mouth shut I never should have
recognized you." It is the same wIth many
low-grade starch manufacturers, when they
tell you that their worthless products are as
good as Duryeas'. The verdict of the entire
world in every land where they have entered
into competition is, "That Duryeas' Satin
Gloss Starch is not equaled by any in exist
ence, and Duryeas' Improved Corn Starch
has no rival." All respectable grocers keep
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 obstiuate
Ex-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.
Those suffering from coughs, colds and lung
affections sho'ld use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure consumption.
For sale by S. F. FANT. 44-tf.
NEWBERRY, May 1.-Cotton-middling
10k. -Bales shippcd during week 52.
LIVERPOOL, April 30.-Cotton firmer
middling uplands 55; middling Orleans 6}.
NEW YORK, April 30.-Cotton dull-up
lands 10 15-16; Orleans 11 1-16; sales 506
BALTIMORE, April 30.-Cotton dull-mid
dling 10 15-15.
CHARLESTON, April 30.-Cotton dull
AUGUSTA, April 30.-Cotton quiet-mid
INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIR
LARGE IN VARIETY.
PRICES IN KEEPING WITH
AN EXUNIIN ASKD.
DOMESTICS of all Kinds.
We make a specialty of DOMESTIO
GOODS, anid have, therefore, in store a
large and complete stock at lowest prices.
P. WV. & R. S. CHICK.
SHOES AND HATS.
A sple-ndid stock of SHOES of all kinds.
for ladies, misses and gentlemen , at low
down prices. Stock kept up to regular
standard. A fine assortment of gentlemenis
and boys HATS, various styles.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
NOTIONS, IN VARIETY.
Now in store a full stock of NOTIONS,
of all kinds, to which additions are made
regularly. P. WV. & R. S. CHICK.
-SADDLES AND liARNESS.
We are agents for the sale of superior
SADDLES .ad HARNESS, and keep on
hand a variety in this line. As we sell at
manufacturers' prices, we promise bargains.
Examine goods anid ask for prices before
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 25, 17-t f..
GRAIN CR ABLES and BLADES.
~ ,~'. ~ TIr~m~ M~ute GRAIN
Dry Goods A' .uiliintC
I MTORY! LIBERT
Carolina is Free
And now, my friends and custome
)eg you to celebrate the glorious even
aking advantage of the
In nice goods now offered by
C. F. JACKSON,
[HE LEADER OF LOW PRICI
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This is headqu:arters fo: Standard Pr;
t 6t and 8te. Handkerchiefs, Tow
)assiineres, Tweeds, and, in fact, I can
ou Barzains in every department, at
uarantea you goods and prices to give
ect satisfaction. Apr. 18, 16-t
MRS. S. A. POPE
Respectfully announces the openinl
er BOARDING HOUSE, at the corner
'ratt & McKibben Streets, for the ace
uodation of private boarders as aell as
raveling public. Her rooms are clean
iry, and table supplied with all the <
acies of the season. Board, per day, $1
er week, .95 00. For particulars, appl
V. M. Shackleford. Apr. 18, 16
MRS. J. HARTWELL BLEASE resp
ully announces that she is prepared to
ommodate regular and transient Boar<
,t moderate rates, guaranteeing satis
Residence the Thompson Brick Ho
Teai ly opposite Mrs. Whaley's.
Feb. 7, 6-3m.
ro the Traveling Publ
The undersigned would respectfully
Om his friends and the general pul
hat he has opened a BOARDING 101
t the corner of Nance and Friend Stre
iot far from the Depot. As the rooms
veil appointed, the table abundantly
lied with well cooked food, and the
-ants polite and-attentive, he hopes to
aisfaction. A. W. T. SIMMON:
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
Il B. L EONAR & C(
Corner of Pratt & Nance Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in
Of best brands and warranted.
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
POPE & ARLAI
Announce to their friends and the pu
~enerally that they are now permane
ocated at Tarrant's old stand, on Mollo
low, with a stock of
ORN AND ED1llJN
amost entirely fresh and new, which
ropose to sell ou the most reason:
erums. They invite attention to theirsi
April 4, 14-tf.
J. N. MARTIN & Cf
gents for Piedmo:
Shirting and Sheetin
Mar. 21, 12-tf.
EAY! HAY!! HAY!
Nicely baled H AY, delivered at the
>ot in Columbia,
It $1.00 per One Hundred Pou[
Orders will receive prompt attention.
Address, W. G. CHILDS,
Apr. 18, 16-tf Columbia, S. (
NEW ! NEW ! NEV
Ropp's Commercial Galculator, or Re
eckoer. Every business man shc
ave one of these convenient and us
alculators. Indispensable to mercha
A few copies for sale at
HERALD BOOK STORI
A pr. 18, 16-3t.
I will make a final settlement of the
ate of Mil2s P. Lake, my ward, in
~ourt of Probate for Newberry, on Fric
le 18th day of May next, and imnmedia
bereafter apply for a final discharge as
uardian. ASA P. DAVIS,
Guardian of Miles P. Lak
A pr. 12, 1877-16-5t.
ONE HUNDRED AND lFIFTY B03
'BACCO, of different brands. On hi
d for sale cheap, by
J. B. LEONARD & CO.
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
ountry Bacon, SidE
Shoulders and Ham:
. N. MARTIN & C
Mar. 21, 19--tf.
Potce for Final Discharge.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that
he will nake a final settlement on the Es
tate of Lawson Fellers, deceased. on Fri
day, the 25th day of May, 1877, and apply
for a- order for his final discharge on that
day. All p:rsoits holding claims against
the Estate of the said dece aed are required
to render them in to the undersigned, pro
perly attested, by that day.
II. T. FELLERS, Adim'r.
Apr. 20, 1877-17-5t*
A very fine LITHOGRAPH PORTRAIT,
14x18 inches. of Gov. Vance, bearinghis own
autogr:iph, framed neatly l inch walnut
moulding, (ready to hang in parlor) sent by
express for $1.50. The picture. without
frame, sent to any address by mail, free of
postage, for only 50c. This is pronounced
by all to be an excellent likeness of our
worthy Governor, and it should be in the
home of every true citizen of the "OldNorth
State." A WIDE-AWAKE AGENT, gentle
man or lady, is wanted in every Township.
Address, J. S. TOMLINSON, -
Apr. 25, 17-4t. Hickory, N. C.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Passenger Trains run daily,'Sunday 'excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on South Carolina .
up and down. On and after Wednesday, March
14, the following will be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia, - - c - 8.45 a m -
" Oston, - - - - 10.80 a m
" Newberry, - - - - 11.50 a m
" Cokesbury, - - - 317 p m
" Belton, - - - 5.00 p m
Arrive Greenville, - - - - 6.35 p m
Leave Greenville, - - - 7.45 a m
" Belton, - - - 9.35 a m
" Cokesbury, - - 1117 a m
" Newberry, -- - - 2.28 p m r
" Alston, - 4.10 p m
Arrive Columbia, - - - 5.50 p m
Anderson Branch and Blue Ridge Rail Road.
Leave Walhalla at, - - 6.00 a m
Perryville, - - 6.45 a m
" Pendleton, - - 7.35 a m
" Anderson, - - 8.35 a in
Arrive at Belton, - - 9.25 a m
Leave Belton at. 5,.00 p mI
" Anderson 6.00 p m ,
" Pendleton 7.00 p mi
" Perryrille 7.35 p m a
Arrive at Walhalla 8.15 p m t
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
JABEZ NoRTON, General Ticket Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company. -
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 13,1877.
ON and after this date the Passenger Trains
on the South Carolina Rail Road will run as
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN-SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
Leave Columbia at - - 8.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston at - - 4.20 p m
Leave Charleston at - - 9.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia at - - 5.00 p in
NIGHT EXPRESS ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at - - - 7.00 p m
Arrive at Charleston at - - 6.50 a in
Leave Charleston at - - 9 15 p m i
Arrive at Columbia at - - 8.15 a m
Camden Train will run through to Columbia
or. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Columbia at ~- , 1 45p m
Arilve at Columbia at - - 11 50 p m
Up Columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Grecaville and Columbia Railroad. -
S. S. SOLOMONS, Gen. Supt.
S. B. PICKENs. Geaeral yiCket Agernt.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. B.
tGENERAL yIoKET DEPARTMENT, 1
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 11, 1877.5j
The following Passenger Schedule will be ope
rated on and after this date:
MAIL EXPREsS-GOING NORTH.
Leave Augusta, - - - 8.45 P. M.
Arrive Columbia. - - 12.45 A. M.
Leave Columbia, , - 12.56 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte, - - 6.15 A. M.
MAIL EXPRESS-GOING SOUTE.
Leave Charlotte, - , 9.35 P. M.
Arrive Columbia, - - 3.20 A. M.
Leave Columbia, - 3.8J A. M.
Arrive Augusta, -- - 7.40 A. M.
[Runs daily, Sundays excegted.J
Leave Columbia, - - -. - 9.15 a. mn.
Arrive Charlotte,---- --- 7.85-p. mn.
Leave Charlotte, - - ,. - 4.385 a. mn.
Arrive Columbia. - t - , 2 43 p. m.
Leave Columbia, ,- - - 6.30 a. mn.
Arrive Augusta, - - - - 3.50 p. m.
Leave Augusta, - - - - 5.00 a. mn.
Arrive Columbio, - - - a 2.23 p. m.
JAS. ANDE RSON, General Sup't
A. POPE, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
SPARTANBURG & UNION RAIL. ROAD.
The following Passenger Schedule will be ope]
rated ou and after Tuesday, June 6th, 1876: 1
Downward-Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Upward-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN
Arrive. Leave Arrive. Leave.
Pac olet......... 10.20102 225 23
Jonesville.......10.51.0 .5 20
Unionville..... 11.4512.5pm125 10
Santuc........12.51i 21 22
Fish Dam.......1.20 12 1Sani5
Shelton........1.5020 1.5 1.0
Lyles' Ford......2.25 23 04 05
Str others......... 2 45 25 02 03
Alson....10..5 2 92.230
Cloe cnnetin 1mde0it Grenvll 2.0nd
Columbi Tran-Stage at .m.a12 on arrva0i
Sprat~brg.to 1.nve Pas 2.15r to 2.2nn0
thloselloinn ende wi reeaten
Colmba ransStgeNa Tra n arvli
LeavetCnbr,to.convey.Passenger.1 to Glen'
orChreriigseamelennag.. ..02 .
Leave Clnton...................00 P. M.
LArve Helena................020 3A. M.
Arrive Clinton...............4.45 P. M.
Connects with up passenger train on Green
ville and Columbia Rail Road at Newberry,
and with down passenger train at Helena.
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PLBLIsHED AT CHARLESTON, S. C. (
DAILY, TRI-WEY AND WEEKLY.
Enjoying. the largest circulation in the
Cotton'States, it dlevotes especial attention
to p)resenting, in condensed form, all the lo
cal news of South Carolina and the adjacent _
States; besides giving full and fresh reports
of political and general news from all quar
No Household Should Be Without It !
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE-INCLEDNG POSTAGE.
The Daily News & Courier......$10 a Year ~
The TriWeekly News & Courier... 5 a Year
The Weekly News.... ..... 2 a Year
RIORDAN, DAWSON & CO.,
19 Broad Street, CharleSton, S. C.
July 7, 27--t.
SHAVING AN~D HAIR DRESSING
Plain Street next door to Dr, Geiger's Office,
COLUMlBIA, S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen
tlemen attended1 to with celerity, after the
mos t .mnroed stynles. Nov. 22, 4'7-tf.
rAP tru's A' Fan q Jrtieles.
W1 AND LIQORS.
Prndv, Wines and Whiskeys for
l purpos".e. Al,o. Bass' Best Pale
.11e, atd 13c.rt-r:,:t Whit. Wine Vine
14ar, j:i4G rr" "t'.; ~ *t low fig.
Ir :.t. *';!'!; L WARWA:li.-W'S
D i.ug Store.
by A fine :isortment of L-ij, Limp Fit
tures:s :i'-rn; :ilr,- VERY LOW for
,ash, at : 'L ,1 11. W AW'S
A fresh stock of AlaLiin Security and
best Kerosene Oils, with Sperm, Train, Lin
seed, and all Oils and Varnishes usually
kept in a Drug store, just received.
We regularly add FRESH ani PURE
S a HB IIES
to our stock.
We invite special attention to our assort
; Segars, Tobacco, Pipes,
r. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
of all kinds, at
POPE &IVlDLT g
of DRUG STORE.
m. Feb. 28, 9-tf.
d DR. E. E. JACKSON,
r DRRGGIST AND lEIllST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
2C - Wheeler House.
ac- A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemli
lers cals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Garden
fac- and Field Seeds, always in store and at
ise.. Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
P. 1. BUFF, X. D. ANDREW WALLACE, M. D.
IC. RUFF & WALLACE,
SPhysiciaas and Surgeons,.
ts, NEWBERRY, S. C.
uP- Air Particular attention paid to diseasei
ser- peculiar to.Females.
ie . A>r.2~5, 1-3m.
W. H. WALLAE
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Offce oveir Harmon's Store, adjoining
HERALD Office. - Oct. 25, 48-tf
Ex Parte-George G. Dewalt.
In Re-Wise & Latham, Bankrupts.
Petition' for Sale of Land to- Satisfy Mo*
C,In obedience goange. of the Hon.
George S. Bryan, United States District
-Judge, passed in the above stated prce
in, Iwill sell,
SOn Sale-Day, the 7th of May next,
all that tract of land situate in.and near
i the town of Prosperity, County of New
berry, State of South Garolina, containing
.-. more or less, bounded by lands of J.-.W. P.
Brown, Mathias Wicker, the negro:school
house lot in said town of Prosperity,ilands
of estate L. C. Kibler and S.. J. Huller, be
b.i lng the 'lot of land in said town whereon,
bat date of 17th March, 1875,. P. E. Wise.
2tly and John B. Latham resided, and also the
bon tract of
Nine and One-half Acres,
iimore or less, at that date, lately purchased
by G. II. Wise for Francis Bobb, and
hey b~ounded by lands of John B. Fellers, Miss
tble Josephine Fair and John J. Cook ; also at
ock !same ' time all that lot of land situate in.
said town of Prosperity fronting on the
Public.Square of said town twenty-five feet
- and running back at right angles thereto
.,one hundred and twenty-five feet, and join
inig lands of' H. S. Boozer & Co., D. A.:
Dickert, J. M. Dominick, - Bowers, to
ngether with the buildings thereon.
Terms of Sale-CASH. Purchasers to
pay for papers.
.g. R. M. WALL ACE,
* i U. S. MarshaL.
PER J. J. CAsRNGToN', Deputy U. S. Mar
jshal. Apr. 11, 15-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,'
'COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
ds. IN-'THE PROBATE .COURT.
Nancy 0. Kibler, as Administratrix, Plain
T! D. W. T. Kibler, et. al., Defendants.
dComplaint to Sell Personal Property, Call
ud in Creditors, Sell Real Estate in Payment
fl of Debts, &c., &c. -
its, On reading and filing the above com
plaint, and on motion of Jas. Y. Cuibreath,
Complainant's A ttorney, it is ordered:
S1st. That the creditors of L. C. Kibler,
dec'd., are required to render mn and estab
- lish their claims in this Court on or before.
the 3rd day of May next.
2nd. And it is f~urther ordered that the
Es- said creditor., be enjoined from commencing
the or prosecuting their suits in any other
ay, Co&urt. J. C. LEA HY, J.P.N.C.
7el April 3, 1877. 14-5t.
., FOR SALE.
-1995 ACRES OF VALUABLE LAND,
located ia Newberry County, and bounded
by lands of Mrs. M. E. Gilliami, Horton,
Miller and B3uford. There is no mortgage
on this land and there never has been. I
ES;will make a warrintee title to the purchaser.
Lnd For further particulars, write to
R EV. J. E. W ATSON,
Oak Hill, P. 0.,
Apr. 11, 15-if Lexington Co., S. C.
STATE OF SOUJ.H CAROLINA
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whiereas, Bates B. Frazier hat.h made
suit to me, to gi-ant him leers of Adm in
S.istration of the Estate and effects of Sarah
~.These are- therefore to cite nd admonish
all and sirgular. the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, belore me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Newberry Court House,
- S. C., on the 11th day or May neit