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INDEX TO N_w ADVERTISEMENTS.
Lucy A. Martin-Notice.
John P. Aall-Xewberry Steam Mill Co.
Pope & Wardlaw-Dra_s, Medicines, &c.
W. T. Tarrant-Notice to Owners of Dogs
W. F. Ewart and otbers-Picnic Thursday
Win. E. Pelham-Pure, Fresh and Reliabb
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local colwnn are inserted a
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com.
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are chargec
as regular advertisements at $1 pe2
Notices of administration, and othc,
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well a;
communications of a personal characte3
must be paid for in advance.
The subscription price of the Heralc
is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.25 for sia
months, 75 cents for three months anc
25 cents for one month, in advance
Names in future will not be placed o,
the subscription books until the cash ow
its equivalent is paid.
Where shall we buy our Crockery
Glass and China Ware, and other arti
cles indispensable in every well regu
lated family? This is an importan1
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 i;
extensive in variety; and they are right
for they can do better than from
limited assortment which atfoids n<
chance to gratify their tastes or snil
their pockets. At Messrs. Kingslanc
& Heath's elegant store in Columbif
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.
It is generally supposed by a certaiz
class of citizens, who are not practica:
or experienced, that Dyspepsia can nol
invariably be cured, but we are pleasei
to say that GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWEJ
has never, to our*knowledge, failed t(
cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complainl
in all its forms, such as Sour Stomach
Costiveess, Sick Headache, palpitatior
of the Heart, low spirits, &c. Out o:
30,000 dozen bottles sold last year, no!
a single failure was reported, bul
thousands of complimentary letters re
ceived from Druggists of wonderft
cures. Three doses will relieve an'
case. Try it. Sample Bottles 10 cents.
Regular Size 75. cents. For sale b:
Dr. W. E. Pelhamn. 12 tf.eow.
REFER to advertisement of Gooi
Books for the Farm and Garden, ani
also to that of the Dispensatory of the
United States. Any of these books wil
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,
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 sel
them. If you cannot afford to contrac
for a hundred dollar advertisement af
in the good old days, send in a fift:
cent one. No matter how small th<
price or the notice, send it in and shov
that there is life in the town. Make:
run on something, if it's only dried cod
fish or dried apples, and draw custon
by which other merchandise will bi
To THE LAD>IES.-New and beautifu
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, Thi:
book is an authority. Call at once an<
To YOUNG MEN AND) MAIDENS wh<
write Billet Doux, the Herald Boo:
Book Store is the place where can b<
found paper and envelopes in the pret
tiest boxes imaginable.
To SCHOOL BOYS AND GnmLS.-If yol
want slates, copy b.ooks, pens, pencils
books, pocket inkstands, &c., ask fo:
them at .the Herald Book Store.
TO THE PUBLIC.-At the Herai<
Book Store can be found the best c
paper and envelopes, and every othe
article of stationery used in this see
When Edward Scholtz repairs your cloc
or watch it is warranted for one year. Tr
him. Sazisfaction guaranteed. . 2-1y
Memorial Day was observed here
A large number of people wvent to th
Cemetery and took part in the desors
tion of the graves.
ASTHMA can be cured b~y using Shr
ner's Balsamic Cough Syrup. Sold b
rope & Wardlaw. 20-2t.
We have just received a commnunic:
tion from the Senior in Charleston-to
late for this issue. He has been havin
such a good time he couldn't writ
PicNIc.-The biggest picnic of th~
season comes off Thursday at Chine
Spring. Conveyances will be at tb
Female Academy for the ladies an
There was a very large congregatic
at Bush River Church Sunday. Ti
sermon was preached by Rev. W. I
Rice, Pastor, after which the Sacramer
of the Lord's Supper was administere<
The Presentment of the Grand Jur
is found in this issu~e. It is pointe
and searching, and the members wer
highly complimented by the Presidin
Judge for the manner in which the
performed their duties
Pope & Wardlaw have just received
a large addition to their stock of Drugs,
Toilet and Fancy articles, which they
offer "as low as the lowest." See their
If your dog isn't mad and you don't
want to get awfully mad yourself, you
had better keep him up, or the police
will be practicing on him with their
pistols. See ordinance of Town Coun
cil on the subject.
Mr. Cash has a pretty new awning in
front of his store. We have engaged
a white pine box and sitting room un
derneath. The next thing in order is
a sharp knife. Then let the dull days
of summer come.
THE HEATHEN CHINEE.-We saw a
letter from one of them the other day
that was a curiosity-written on fine
tissue paper in Chinese characters. Our
interpreter is absent or we would print
0u: people should turn out more
generally to the Young Men's Christian
Association meetings, and thus encour
age the young men in their laudable
endeavors to do good. The meetings
are held regularly every Sunday after
noon in Temperance Hall at 5 1-2
Capt. Jas. N. Lipscomb, Master of
the State Grange, has arranged with
the proprietors of the Columbia Regis
Otr to have a "Grange Department" in
that journal, as an organ for their order,
once a week. The articles will appear
in the Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly
Women are going into the insurance
business. And when a comely woman
enters a man's office, hitches up her
chair, places a fair hand on his arm,
and begins to talk about policies, he
feels as if his life ought to be insured
pretty soon. And this feeling is greatly
augmented should his wife drop in un
expectedly during the interview.
ATTENTION.-We take great pleasu%e
f in calling attention to the advertisement
i of Dr. W. E. Pelham. The Doctor was
t one of the greatest sufferers by the late
fire, having had no insurance on his
I stock; but he has gone to work earnestly,
replenished -his stock, and keeps always
,on hand first class articles in his line of
rbusiness, which he sells at fair figures.
The "Baby's Best Friend" is the
most appropriate title for Dr. .Bull's
Baby Syrup. It is absolutely free
I from Opium, Morphia and other power
.ful agents, is perfectly safe and reliable
under all circumstances, and by allay
ing the usual Stomach and Bowel Dis
orders of Babyhood keeps the Child
from fretting and crying, so injurious to
itself and annoying to all. Price 25
1 IMPROVEMET.-Mr. Redding, of
t Charlotte, N. C., has the contract for
building three brick stores for Mrs.
Mower on Pratt Street, between Mr.
Singley's new store and the corner.
SThe stores will be built altogether out
- of new brick, and Mr. O'Neall, of Salis
bury, N. C.. has arrived with mules,
implements and thirty hands to manu
facture the bricks. The brick-yard is
I located near Mr. Crotwell's. We under
stand that all the stores will have iron
fronts, and will be of the same style of
S TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
SThe following transfers of Real Estate
were recorded during the week just
C E. S. Coppock to Willis H. Lathrop,
e one acre, $100,
- J. J. Carrington, Sheriff, to Augus
tus A. Maffett and others, 4 1-2 acres,
, Jacob C. Counts to J. M. Wheeler, H.'
r~ C. Moseley and W. A. Moseley, five
lots in Prosperity, $3,500.
SE. S. Coppock to W. H. Wallace,
S82-100 acre, $123.
-Thomas is again in trouble. He was
arrested Wednesday, the 9th instant,
on the charge of improper use of the
~proceeds of a bale of cotton seized by~
hitn while Trial Justice. He was car
ried before Trial Justice Packer, and
-released on bail of $500, Elijah Philips,
e Wesley Brown and Burr Raines being
Shis bondsmen. The circumstances of
the case are these: Some time last fall
Thomas attached a bale of cotton be
longing to Mr. Hart Blease, brought it
to town and had it sold, without giving
Mr. Blease any notice.
Thomas has left Newberry-it is not
Sthought that he will return. .
;e BASE BALL-According to appoint
ment the Ninety-Six club came down
Friday to play a match game with the
e Newberry boys. A large crowd, of
's which the young ladies formed a ma
e jority, was present on the College
d campus, to witness the game. Nine
innings were played, the Newberry
boys making forty-two rounds and the
n Ninety-Six club twenty-four.
te In the evening the young gentlemen
). and ladies assembled at the Female
it Academy and spent several happy hours
. in conversation, promenading, dancing,
games and other pastimes so fascinating
y to the youthful mind feminine and maas
'e Among the "96 boys" we observed
g Mr. Thos. Cook, well known in New
y berry, Mr. Kinard, an old school-mate,
now a pater familias, Mr. Preston
- f th aimmentrd Prestn
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNT.
No more straw bonds.
Grass is growing furiously.
No discount on Spring now.
Jalapa is raising frying chickens.
The Prosperity people liko music.
The Methodist Church has a bustl
Strawberries are abundant at 15 cent
Mr. Cash has planted shade trees ii
front of his store.
The whip-poor-wills are chantin=
their evening songs,
And the voice of the turtle is hearo
in the land,
But milk and honey don't flow muc
by a-long sight.
Both Editors were absent last week
and the devil ran the machine.
Pope & Wardlaw are selling blu
glass lamp chimneys.
A mad dog was killed in town Frida'
evening by the police.
The young folks are still investigating
A party of gentlemen started out to
day on a fishing expedition to Saladi
The roofs of all the .stores on Mollo
hon Row have just received a fresh coa
The Drum Major of the Band doesn
use a broom stick now but a handsomi
Subscriptions are coming in quite en
couragingly. Come on, gentlemen
there is room enough for all.
A mad dog bit Mr. F. H. Dominick'
dog Wednesday. He has already los
two by hydrophia.
A pretty lady looks as well in a nea
calico, properly made, as in silks an(
satin. But they won't believe it.
The Band will play in Johnstone'
Grove to-morrow (Wednesday) after
noon, at 5 1-2 o'clock.
The road between Sandy Run an
Col. Griffin's has been put in good or
der. Mr. Atchison bossed the job.
The washing-machine men gave i
public exhibition Monday afternoon i
rear of the Court House.
Mr. W. T. Wright put the tin roo
on Mrs. Wicker's store, and is now a
work on the -roof of the new Single;
North Carolina is pretty well repre
sented in Newberry just now-one.con
tractor, a brick manufacturer, witl
thirty bands, mules, etc., a fruit agen
and a man who buys bank bills.
In clearing away the rubbish of thi
old hotel Thursday, the workmen cami
across the dinner bell, in goofl condi
tion. They ring it now every day fo
The Chappell's Depot people -ar<
about equally divided on the subject
a new county. They feel attached t<
Newberry, but Ninety-Six is only haJ
as far from them.
The dog campaign continues witl
unabated vigor. Another was kille<
by the police Monday morning in town
He had been bitten by a dog suppose<
to be mad. Let us have a dog law.
We feel safe now; our neighbor be
low has a Winchester rifle charged t<
the muzzle to demolish the first villain
ous looking Spitz that makes his ap~
The season approaches when th<
small boy wanders off Sunday after
noons to the creek and comes bac1
home with glowing accounts of wha
he saw and heard at the Sunday School
We had the pleasure of a drive Sal
urday behind the finest pair of horse
that has been seen in Newberry fo
many a day-we mean Mr. Miles' Ken
tucky black and gray. This gentlemai
has sold a great many horses and mule
in this county, and has others on han<
THOMrSOs, Dentist, Square above Pos
PETTENGILL's NEWSPAPER DIRECTC
n.-A very useful and interesting vol
umne of 376 pages has just been issue<
by the old and well-known advertisini
agency firm of S. M. PETTENGILL d
Co., New York, entitled PETTENGILL'
NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND ADVER
TISERs' HAND-BOOK FOR 1877. Thi
preparation of the work has involve<
much careful labor, information bavin,
been sought from every city, town an<
village where even the smallest news
paper is published. The leading fact
are given respecting 8,574 separati
publications, designating the politica
or other distinctive character, the fre
quency of issue, the names of publish
ers, etc., and showing how many c
each edition (daily, weekly, monthly
etc.,) are published in each State ani
Territory in the United States and Prc
vince in British America.
The book is elegantly printed fror
new type, and, beside its mine of infor
mation, it contains portraits of leadin;
New York journalists, and illustration
of the extensive offices where the pub
lishers transact their business in New
York, Philadelphia, and Boston. Jt
sold at the low price of $1.00 per copy
and is certainly cheap at the price ti
any business man who does ad1vertising
01. to any person who is interested il
the extent of the Newspaper busines
COMMODORE VANDERBU T
Handsoutely endowed a University in th~
~ hnt Thr Thmd~Q 1W (~i1A~r left ~ riChE
*Presentment of the Grand eJur-y C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF a
NEWBERY.-IN THE GENERAL SESSIONS. t
To the Honorable L. C. Northrop, as
Judge of the Seventh Judicial Circuit:
We the undersigned as Grand Jurors re- a
That in obedience to your Honor's in- C
structions, and in what we conceived to be n
our duty, we have, in the time we felt pro- ri
per to consume for the purposes hereinafter v
stated, made an examination into the affairs si
1 of the County, and as the result of our de- S
liberations submit the following : m
FIRST, AS TO PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
The County Jail is in a wretched condi
I tion. The roof leaks badly and the cells
are so badly mutilated that it must be a i
matter of almost impossibility to retain
The County Poor House needs immediate
attention; the buildings need repair. The r
inmates are destitute, in some cases, of la
clothing; their food is scant ; there is no b
medicine or physician to relieve the sick, tt
of which there are a number. We would
recommend that Dr. Andrew Wallace be 'e
employed as physician, until the Board of t1
County Commissioners can provide one, at
a salary of twenty-five dollars per month. C
SECOND, AS TO PUBLIC OFFICERS. m
We are aware that much of the uncer- p
tainty and probably dissatisfaction attach-- C
- ing to some of the County officers, arises tr
t from the circumstances which have sur- ti
rounded us for the past four months, yet
we cannot permit this opportunity to pass rE
without bringing to your attention some fi
matters which occur to us as important. 0
We are not sure that the County has a S
legal Clerk of the Court. This office is so tl
important that we feel that no doubt should tr
exist as to an officer holding so much of si
5 the people's money, and the custodian of so a
t much that is valuable in records, &c. G
We recommend that if it can be pro- nt
cured that an election be ordered to fill a
this office at an early day. s1
We find that but one County Commis
sioner, Henry Kennedy, has qualified as re- a
S quired by law. His bond is weak, how- t<
ever, and should be strengthened ; we so C
recommend. The other two County Com- ti
I missioners have not qualified as-required b
- by law, although they have provided bonds, tl
which are, in our judgment, insufficient. ti
We would recommend that ii it can be pro- u
cured an election shall be ordered to fill w
these offices at an early day ; but if they w
are retained in office, they be required to s
strengthen their bonds. c
*t We find that Munson S. Long, who has a
r entered upon the discharge of the duties of
the office of. School Commissioner, is dis- r.
. qualified from holding such office because ti
. he was convicted of official misconduct a
several years ago. n
tWe recommend that the necessary legal ti
steps be taken to remove him from the r.
office, and that an election be held for a t4
SSchool Commissioner, if such a step is
- We find that Jesse C. Smith, who for- a
L merly exercised the duties of the office of 'I
County Treasurer, has been removed by C
the Governor, and still holds public money ti
fin his hands, which money he will continue N
to hold until a successor shall be provi-led f'
to receive the same. .d
The bond of this officer is not satisfacto- a
ry to us. By his own statement he has
nearly four thousand dollars of public J
funds on deposit in the National Bank of b
-Newberry, subject to his individual check. t<
The law contemplates that all public of- tl
ficers shall keep their official funds to their e
official credit in some Bank. We would tl
recommend, therefore, that an order may a
be passed by your Honor enjoining any in- Si
terferenee of the said Jesse C. Smith with C
any funds now in Bank to his individual
credit, until the further order of this Court. o
SWe have learned from the said Jesse C. b
- Smith, that the Books of the Treasurer for a
our--County are now in Columbia. This ti
tshould not be allowed. We recommend p
that the said Jesse C. Smith be required to li
restore forthwith the said Books to their b
-proper place, to-wit : the County Treasu
3 rer's office at Newberry.
r We find that James W. Eichelberger is
- acting as Coroner without having qualified
as required by law, for although the law 7
authorizes him to hold over until a succes- b
sor .is provided, lie having been elected
his own successor, we feel that lie should b
not be allowed -to do so any longer by C
merely neglecting to discharge his duty. y
We recommend that an elcetion shall 'ae t~
procured to fill this office, more than thirty o
-days having already eiapsed since lie re
- ceived notification of his election.
SWe find that the Courty has no Treas-t
urer, Auditor, anid but one Trial Justice. hi
We would respectfully recommend that the si
attention of His Excellency Gov. Hampton a
be called to this mafter, to the end that a
the said offices may be filled at as early at
day as in his judgment practicable. b
AS TO THE COURT.
jWe find that some legislation is neces
sary in order to prepare this Court for the
trial of causes by Juries. This matter is -
too important to pass by. We would re- s
commend that our needs in this regard be I
presented to the attention of our members y
of the General Assembly, to the end that
appropriate legislation may be speedily
All of which is respectfully submitted.c
S. P. BOOZER, Foreman.
THOS. F. H AR MON.
J. D. ASH.
- W. H. H UNT. b
S W. H. H ARRIS.
VW. J. L AhEE.
WILLIS X SANDERS.
SMITH XDAVIS. a
HENRY X BOYCE.
JNO. T. PETERSON-.t
brand Jury for the present term of the
ourt, and on motion of Mr. Pope, Solici
r pro tem.,
IT IS ORDERED,
1. That so much of the said presentment
relates to the County Jail and Poor
ouse be referred to the Board of County
ommissioners of this County ; and, in as
uch as there is a certain moral obligation
sting upon the public authority to pro
de for the necessities of its charitable in
itutions, it is particularly urged upon the
licitor pro tem. to seek such immediate
aterial assistance as the public-spirited
tizens of the community can afford. And
te Court stands ready to protect them by
hatever orders upon the public funds that
ay hereafter be collected it may be author
ed to issue and enforce, and by what.
rer other resources it may have for their
curity and reimbursement.
2. That so much of said presentment as
dlates to the necessity of additional legis
tion as will provide juries for this Court
a respectfully referred to the members of
te General Assembly for this County,
ith the urgent suggestion that unless such
gislation be had at the present session of
te General Assembly the extra session
died by this Court will fail to relieve the
ounty of its confusion and embarrass
ent, the Court will have lost much of its
oper and healthy influence, and this
ounty will be an unenviable exception to
e order and well being of the other Coun
es of the Circuit.
3. That so much of said presentment as
lates to the present occupants of the of
,es of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Cor
ier and School Commissioner, and to
meon Young and Wesley Brown, two of
te County Commissioners, be referred to
te Solicitor, with instructions that he in
itute such legal proceedings as, in accord
ice with the recommendations of the
rand Jury, will test at the earliest mo
ent the right of the said officers to hold
id exercise any longer the duties of the
4. That so much of the said presentment
relates to the ordering of new elections
fill the offices of Clerk of the Circuit
ourt, Coroner, School Commissioner, and
te two County Commissioners aforesaid
e respectfully referred to the members of
ie General Assembly for this County, in
ie hope that should that Honorable Body,
pon an investigation of the facts, agree
ith the conclusions of the Grand Jury, it
ould take such instant legislation as would
.cure to this County the services of offi
als about whose tenure of office there
ould be no reasonble doubt or question.
5. That so much of the presentment as
slates to the application to His Excellency
ie Governor of South Carolina for further
ppointmnent to the offices of County Treas
rer, Auditor and additional Trial Justices,
which the County might be entitled, be
ferred to His Excellency Governor Hamp
6. That as relates to so much of the said
resentment as refers to the books, moneys
ad credits of Jesse C. Smith, ex-County
reasurer, it is ordered that the said Jesse
.Sfilth do cause the said books to be re
rned forthwith to the proper office at
ewberry Court House, and that, upon his
ilure so to do within ten days from the
~te hereof, a rule to show cause do issue
And it is further ordered, that the said
esse C. Smith, his Agents and Attorneys
e and are hereby enjoined from any in
rference with the moneys belonging to
se public funds of this County, whereso
rer or by whomsoever deposited, and that
te holders and depositors thereof be and
te hereby restrained from paying out the
tie, except upon the further order of this
7. And it is further ordered, that copies
1 each particular part of this speoiP order
e served forthwith upon the pr of 1rties
:cording to each several reference, and
st the entire order, together with the
resentment of the Grand Jury, in~ pub
shed. in the Newspaper known as the New
rry HERALD. L. C. NORTHROP,
Newberry, S. C., May 9, 1877.
At a meeting of the Newberry Bar on the
th day of May, 1S77, the following pream
le and resolutions were adopted:
WHIEREAs, We find that no juries have
een provided for the present term of the
ircuit Court at Newberry ; and also in
ew of the continued illness of Col. Bax
r, one of the senior and leading members
Resolved, 1. That the Chairman of this
eeing be requested to present to his
otor, the Presiding Judge, the wish of
mis Bar that rio business other than the
earing of causes on Calendar, No. 6, and
ich other business on the other Calendars
may be taken up by consent of both
es, be done at this term.
Resolved, 2. That this Bar will oe pleased
>have an Extra Term, for all Sessions
usiness, and such business in the Pleas as
oth parties may agree, from 1st Monday
iJuly to 4th Monday of July next.
A WARNING TO DISOBEDIENT Boys.
-On Tuesday, the 1st inst., a circum
;ance occurred near Whitmire 's, in
rewberry County, which should be a
arning to boys who disobey their
Little Jimmy Perry, step-son of Mr.
[. H. Burgess. went to Mr. John Mc
arley's Mill Pond, although he had
een frequently ordered not to go there,
nid in playing at the edge fell in. Mr.
rgess had just reached his home,
bout two hundred yards distant, when
e heard the chiid cry, and ran to the
ond. .- When he arrived there the child
ad sunk the third time, but seeing
>me babbles rise in the watev Mr. R.
i~ped in, and diving down, caught
imy and brought him up. He was
[most lifeless, but after "working with
im" for awhile, brought him to life
d consciousness. As soon as he couN
peak he acknoviledged that it was
gelesness that caused him to fall in;
d said he wished every little boy in
ie conntry would tak~e war*nin.g from
te lesson l1e then learned. Had his
:-abeti, been ne minnte late the
See notice of Stockholders meeting
of the Newberry Steam Mills.
-PERSONAL.-Mr. Wm. Steele, of Sa
vannah, is in town on a yisit to his sis
ter, Mrs. J. W. Montgomery.
Mr. Stephen Fowles has returned
The Lipscomb-Corwin contest in the
Senate continues. About two hundred
witnesses have been summoned to tes
tify. It is impossible at this time to
predict what the result will be. Capt.
Lipscomb is hopeful. P
S. H. HAMPTON, 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. D
Trees warranted to live 12 months.
Printed instructions in regard to plant
ing, pruning and cultivation given on Gi
day of delivery. I make a specialty of la
a fine Strawberry named the MONARCH
OF THE WEST, which ripens ten days r
earlier than the Wilson Albany, twice
as large, and is as sweet as the sweet- i
est. This is one of the most prolific
berries in this country. I will canvass fo
the County of Newberry, and can be d<
found while in town at the residence of st
Mrs. Bradley. 18-1m. at
NEwBERRY, S. C., May 12, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
May 12, 1877:
Feltman, Miss Mamie Robertson, Sam'l of
Longshore, Miss Della Whitaker, Rev. H. W. re
McCullough, Miss J. Wilhite, Mrs. C. L.
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 S
the sick and debilitated at all comparable to
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, in cases of re- in
mittent and intermittent fevers, constipation, E
nervous ailments, rheumatism, and disorders b1
involving constitutional weakness or physi
cal decay. It literallr "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 T
roots and herbs, combined with a perfectly ai
pure stimulating element. The Bitters are
peculiarly adapted to those engaged in ex
bausting 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 largely in- -
NEwBERRT, May 15.-Cotton nominal
7a91c. Bales shipped during week 76.
LvERPfooL, May 14.-Cotton dull and un- 1
changed-middling uplands 513-26; middling
NEW YORK, May 14.-Cotton quiet-up
lands 10 13-16; Orleans 10 15-16; sales 595.
BALTIMORE, May 14.-Cotton 4cl-mid
AUGUsTA, May 14.-Cotton quiet and in
fair demand-middling 10.
CHARLEsToN, May 14.-Cotton active and E
Newberry Prices Current. 8
CORRECTED WEEKLY El
By J. N. MARTIN & Co. ti
Shoulders, Prime New.... S
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 10
Sides, C. R., New............. 113 03
DRY SA LTED MEATS
Shoulders New.............. 8 03
Sides, C. i., New.........l10a 11 tI
Sides, Long Clear......... O 1 ii
Uncanvassed Hams........1 9]
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 17 I!
In Tierces............... 17
In Buckets................ 18 d
Powdered................. 16 G
Granulated Standard..... .14 tI
Extra C.................. 13 t
Coffee C.................... 12j se
Yellow................. 12 t
New Orleans...............18 cl
Demarara................. 18 11
New Orleans Syrup. 90 a
New Orleans KLolasses. 80 c
TEA-- Sugar House Molasse. 50
Young Hyson.............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched... 80a 3
Best Rio............... 28a 80 ~
Goodfll............... 23a 25 -
Cider Vinear........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
SOAP........................... 6a 10
SrARCH...................... 10a 16
TA R CAN DLES............... 16
FLOUR, per bbl...............11.00a13.00
PEARL 1HOMINY.......... ........ 5
CANDY ... -...............~... 18
ENGLISH SODA.........,....... 10
HORSFOR D'S BAKING P'OWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 5
A XLE GREASE.................. 16
TOACCO................... 60a 1.25
STiTIOERY AND BOOKS
The following are among many of the ar-t:
ticles to be found at the HERALD BOOK ri
Blank Books, of all kinds, gy
Memorandum Books. p
Sunday School Books.a
Bill Books. 01
Bibles and Hymn Books.
Bristol Board and Perforated Paper.
Gold and Silver Papers.
Tissue Paper, different colors.
Base Balls, Dominoes, Chess~men and
Blotting Paper in Pads and Sheets.
Portfolios, Writing Desks, Stereoscopes b
Ebony Rulers, Pen Backs, Chromos. 0
Pens Peia holders, Erasers, Sealing Wax,"
Slates and Pencils, Chalk Crayons.
Paper Weights, Indelible Ink,
Ink Stands in Variety.
Inks,DIavids', Arnold's and Peerless
black, blue and crimson.
Letter, Note, Foolscap, Legal Cap, Bill
and Sermon Paper. h
All kinds Fancy Note Paper, put up In
Letter and Photograna Albuus..
Enyelopes of all kinds, ai
Penils-black, blue and red, Carpenters' ca
PROSPERITY, S. C: h
II. & IS CICK
INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIR
TOCK OF NEWGOON,
LARGE IN VARIETY.
RICES IN KEEPING WITH
N EXAMNATION ASKEI
MOMESTICS of all Kinds.
We make a specialty of DOMESTIC
3ODS, and have, therefore, in store a
rge and complete stock at lowest prices.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
RHOES AND HATS.
A splendid stock of SHOES of all kinds,
r ladies, misses and gentlemen, at low
>wn prices. Stock kept up to regular
andard. A fine assortment of gentlemens
id boys HATS, various styles.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
NOTIONS, IN VARIETY.
Now in store a full stock of NOTIONS,
all kinds, to which additions are made
gularly. P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
We are agents for the sale of superior
DDLES and HARNESS, and keep on
tnd a variety in this line. As we sell at
auufacturers' prices, we promise bargains.
amine goods and ask for prices before
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 25, 17-tf.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BOXES
BACCO, of different brands. On hand
id for sale cheap, by
J. B. LEONARD & CO.
Mar. 28, 13-tf.
Drteenth Edition, Thoroughly Revised and
evised by G, 3. WOOD, M. D., assisted by
K~ C. WOOD, K D.
ROYAL 8vo. SHEEP. $10.00.
ITRACT FROM PREF'ACE TO THE FOUR
The last edition of the United States Dis
nstory was published in 1870. Since that
me not only has the growth of pharmaco
gical science been very great,- btit there
:s also been promulgated ia new edition of
te United States Phairmacopcsia and a sup
Lement to the British Standard. The addi-.
ones and alterations which have thus been
cessitated in the first and second por
ons of the present volume are numerpus
"The advance of our knowledge of extra
Scinal drugs has been even more exten
e, reguiring the addition to the third part
Sthe Dispensatory of accounts of no less
an ninety-eight new substances, and, as
the cases of Propylamin, Nitrite of.Amyl,
c., a complete re-writing of many of the
d articles. The additions of course vary
Simportance, biut many of them are be
eved to be of decided value.
No care or labor has been spared to ren
3r the present edition equal in accuracy
id in completeness to its predecessors.
reat pains have been taken to omit super
aous matter and to condense the text; but
e additions have been so numerous that
te work has been aiugmented by about
~venty pages. This increase is of course
> deprecated ; but without it one of the
lief values of the book would have been
apaired, and it has seemed better to have
few pages more of print than not to have
complete representation of the Phana-~
Iogical science of t1e, tday?"
ar For aale by Booksellers generally, or
ill be sent, transportation free, upon re
spt of price by
J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO., Publishers,
715 and 717 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Orders promptly attended to at the
HER~A.L BOOK STORE.
May 2, 18-tf.
ELEOT THE BEST!
'adworth, Martinez & Loman.
PREPARED FOR IMDIEDIATE USE.
207 PEARL ST., NEW YORK.
From the thousands of purchasers of our
REPARED) PAINTS, we have yet to hear
0 first Complaint. The reason is appa
ent. Our paints have stood the test of
ars, where other paints have failed in
irability. Their covering capacity, being
,eater than any other paint. presents a
'actical item of economy'. Our paints are
aranteed in every particular,-the con
Lner assuing no risk whatever, as we
ill re-paint any building on which our
iints do slot prove satisfactory: allowing
choice of English B.B. White Lead, or any
her paint in use.
EOR SAL.E BY
S. F. PAIT, NEWBEBUY, S. C.
199* &CRES OF VALUABLE LAND,
cated in Newberry County, and bounded
lands of Mrs. M!. E. Gillin, Horton,
iller and Buford. There is no mortgage
a this land and there never has been. I
ill mnake a warrantee title to the purchaser.
For further particulars, write to
REV. J. E. WATSON,
Oak Hill, P. 0.,
Apr. 11, 15-tf Lexington Co., S. C.
MRS. S. A. POPE
Respectfully announces the opening of
er BOARDING HOUSE, at the corner of
ratt & McKibben Streets, for the accom
Lodation of private boarders as well as the
veing public. Her rooms are clean and
ry, and table supplied with all the deli
c~ies of the season. Board, per day, $1.50;
er week, $5.00l. For particulars, apply to
T. M. Shackleford. Apr. 18, 16-Im.
otice for Final Discharge.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that
will inake a final settlement on the Es
t~ nf flmw,mnn 1'P1IAr~ deeeased. on Fri
Drugs $ Fancy .lrticles.
D S. F. FANT,
w Im As.ui: n E!A.
With a large and well selected stock of
APPLE AND WHITE WINE
Of the purest quality.
TOBACCOS, CIGARS and
Of choice brands.
All of which I propose to sell at
I call special attention of my patrons and
the people penerally, to the following pre.
parations, which have been compounded
under my supervision with the greatest de
gree of accuracy and nicety, all of which I
claim to be equal to any on the market:
FANT'S AGUE AND FEVER OURE, never
fails to have the desired effect.
FANT'S COMPoUND FLUID Erncr oF
BucEU, for all derangement' of
the Kidneys and Bladder.
FANT'S CO'IPOUND ELIXIR OF CALIsAYA
BARK AND IRON, for General De
bility, Loss of.Appette, &o. r
FANT'S ToNIc BrrrEas. Try them and
you will use none other.
FANT'S (ouea MIXiUE, for, relieving
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, &c.
FANT'S EssENcE JAMAICA GINGER. 'Dot
ble the strength of any other on
FANT'S FEMALJ REGULATOR, for Amenor
rhaea and Dysmenorrhcea. The
cheapest and most effectual prepa.
ration of any on the market.
PANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP, for children snf
fering from Teething, Indigestion
and Bowel Affections generally.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY C0MPOOUEDE
-at all hours of the day and night.
S. F. FANT,
-NEWBERRY, S. C.
May 9, 19-tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
9RNGIST AN ~1EMIST,
coluMsra, 8. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Cheai
cals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Garden
and Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
De, oo.d A-.?Flflner,.
Carolina is Free?E
And niow, my friends and customers, I
beg you to celebrate the glorious event.by
taking advantage of the
In nice goods now offered by
C. F. JACKSON,
THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
COL UMBI A, S. C.
This is hieadqutrters for Standard Prints
at 6t and 8te. Handkerchiefs,*Towefr,
Cassimecres, Tweeds, and, in fact, I can gire
you Bargain's in every department, and I
guarantee you goods and prices to give per
tect satisfaction. Apr. 18, 16-tf.
P. B. BUFF, M1. D. ANDREW WALLACE, 31. D.
RUFF, & WALLACE,
Physicians and Sureons
NEWBERRY, S. C.
&- Particule- attention paid to diseas es
peculiar to Femaales,
Apr. 25, l'7-3m.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office over Harmon's Store, ~adjoining
H ERALD Office. Oct. 25, 48-tf
NORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
May 9, 19-17.
T0 the TravelingPibc
The undersigned would respectfully in
rm hi frenas and "the maaEnae