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INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C. Leahy-Citation.
Lindsey"' C!othes Pounder.
.ino. T. Patrick-Agents Wanted!
S. & U. R. R.-Cbauge of Schedule.
J. C. Leahv-Comp}aint to Marshall Assets.
SPECIA I, IOTI!YE.-Puinc.". no
tiec." in this bocal colhtinn aare inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line carh inser
Obituaries, notiocs of meetings, con
munications relating to personal inter
est.", trindes of rc.ee &c. care charged
as regular adlzertisement, at $1 per
Notier,S of arlminis tration, and other
legal notics, obitu arie.s, tributes of re
spect pnl noticcs of meetings, as well as
Cminnzncication., ry a perscnal charatetr
nust be paid for in adcanec.
The subscription price of the Herald
is S2.00 for twelve months, $1.25 for six
months, 75 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Nanes in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
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 important
questioi, 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 atfoids no
chance to gratify their tastes or suit
their pockets. At Messrs. Kingsland
& Heath's elegant store in Qolumbia
every possible desire aan 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.
Now is the time of year for Pneu
monia, Lung Fever, &c. Every family
should have a bottle of BoscnEE'S
GERar SYRUP. Don't allow for one
moment that cough to take hold of your
chili, jour family or yourself. Con
sumption, Asthma, Pneumonia, Croup,
Hemorrhages, and other fatal diseases
may set in. Although it is true GElIMAN
Simur s curing -thousands of these
dreadediseases, yet it is much better
to have it at hand wbe -three doses will
cure you. One Bottle .will last your
whole family a winter and keep you
safe from danger. If you are consump
live, doenot rest until you have tried
this: remedy. Sample Bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 75 cents. Sold by your
Druggist, Dr. W. E. Pelham.
: . 13-tf.eow.
ADVEETISE.-Ad.vertise and let the
people of the County see that Newberry
is a live town, and that her merchants.
have goods to sell anid meani"to sell
them;. If you cannot afford :to contract
for a hundred dollar advertisement as
in the goiod -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 somethiag, if it's only drie.d cod
fish or dri'ed appl~es, and draw custom
by which other merschandise will be
To THrE LADrs.-New and beautiful
sheet nusic; comprising Songs, Duetts,
Choruses, Waltzes, &c., at publishers'
pricea 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 YotNG MEN AND MAIDENS who
-write Bilfet Doux, the Herald Book
Bcdok Store is the place where can be
found paper and envelopes in the pret
tiest boxes imaginable. -
To SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS.-If you
want slates, copy books, pens, pencils,
books, pocket inkstands, &c., ask for
them at the Herald Book Store.
To THE PUBtic.-At. the Herald
Book Store can be found the best of'
paper and 'envelopes, and every other
article'-of stationery used in this sec
tion.- ---~- 13-tf.
When Fdward Scholtz repairs your clock
or watch it is warranted for one year. Try
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 35-1y
DEATH.-An infant son of Mr. G. M.
Girardeau, died the 16th instant of
ASTHMA can be cured by using Shri
nor's Balsamic Cough Syrup. Sold by
Pope & Wardlaw. 20-2t.
TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE.-Geo.
Brown to L. Carrie Moseley and Geo.
D. Brown,.105 1-4 acres, $2,000.
THoMPsos, Dentist, Square above Post
Rev. John Kershaw preached at the
Episcopal Church Sunday morning and
evening, and at Helena in the after
We have been requested to state that
there .will be a meeting of the County
Lodge of Good Templars at Newberry
C.'H1.~on the first'Wednesday in June
at 12 o'clock M.
M. Quad says that "one of the land
seape scenes in Nevada is an English
tourist wriggling over the ground to
get in position to kill a mule, believiQg
that he has a sure thing on a grizzly."
Under the Governor's Proclamation,
the National Bank of Newberry, S. C.,
will be closed on Thursday nest, May
2ith. All paper maturing on that day
must be attended to on Wednesday.
JNO. B. CAR WILE,
OXVER THE Rtvaa.--The picnic at
pol. Clary's Spring-the Southern Sar
atpga-last Wednesd~..y wa~ a big af
A sp cimen of the Colorado Beetle or
Potato Bug has been shown us by the
Rev. II. W. Kuhns. It was found
browsing in his garden.
ExECuTIvE APPOINTMENTS.-M. A.
Carlisle, Esq., received his appointment
and Commission as Trial Justice the
J. B. Fellers, of Prosperity, has also
been appointed Trial Justice by Gov.
Our devil has not got the hydrophobia
if he did spell it wrong last week; but
he is mad as lits. A young lady came
into the office the other day with her
father, to see the mysteries of a print
ing office, and while up here said she
"wanted to see that little fellow set
Efiects entirely disproportional to
causes are frequently induced by the
simplest circumstances. A little pim
ple, indicative of the beginning of de
terioration of the blood, will, by neglect
of preventive means, develop into the
loathsome Ulcer and sap health or pro
bably destroy life. Dr. Bull's Blood
Mixture prevents such catastrophes.
Looking at Mrs. Whaley's new house
from the outside, one would think it was
deficient in fire-places, there being only
one chimney; but that chimney goes
up through the house where the corners
of the four rooms join, aid each room
has in excellent fire-place, all in the
same chimney. The house is very neatly
Mr. Redding, the contractor, who
has been in Newberry several weeks,
had a valuable horse stolen .from his
home in Charlotte, N. C., since his
stay here. Friday he received infor
mation that the horse and thief had
been captured in Sumter, and left im
mediately on the down train for that
Coxx vs. CoTrox.-A good many
farmers are going to increase their corn
crop by planting rows of corn in their
cotton fields, across the cotton rows, six
teen feet apart. This, we think, is a good
plan, especially where there is a poor
stand of cotton, and every farmer who
has not planted enough corn to last him
through the year would do well to
We made a slight mistake last week
in giving Thomas' bondsmen. They
are Elijg.h Philips, Henry Kennedy,
Burr Rains and W. H. Snead.- These
bondsmen are begin.ning to feel a little
uneasy, as Thomas does not seem dis
posed to return to stand his trial. We
hope and insist that if the bond be for
feited it wvil be pushed to the very last
A LARGE. HOUSE.-On our recent vis
it to Charleston it was our pleasure to
go through the extensive etablishment
of Mr. Henry Bischoff' under the polite
guidance of Mr. W. T. Quincy. The
area now occupied in the transaction
of his immense grocery business is one
acre, but we learn that it will be large
ly increased for the fall trade.- The at
tention of the trade is invited to the fa
cilities afforded by Mr. Bischoff.
PINE RIDGE ACADEMY.-We learn
from Mr. S. D. Simmons that there will
be a public exhibition given by this
Academy, Lexington County, Friday
the 25th instant at 7 P. M. Mr. D. C.
Lake, of this county, who has had
charge of the Academy for three or
four years, has succeeded in building
up a large and flourishing school, and
those who attend the Exhibition may
expect to be pleased.
INOTICE THIS.-The Proprietor of
Clary's Southern Saratoga Mineral
Spring, will deliver a lecture on the
Discovery and Curative powers of this
invaluable mineral water on the eve
ning of the 28th inst. at -- Hall,
commencing at S o'clock.
Mineral water from Col. Clary's
Spring can be found at Dr. Pelhamn's
Drug Store. M. WV. CLARY,
it - Proprietor.
Ansox.-Lewis Montgomery, Tobe
MMorries, and Hamp and Burley Da
vis were up before Trial Justice Packer
Friday on a preliminary examination,
charged with setting fire to Mrs. Fan
nie Glasgow's house three weeks ago.
The examination lasted from 11 o'clock~
in the morning till 9 1-2 o'clock at
night. Twenty witnesses were exam
ied. The Judge considered the dvi
dence sufficient to hold the accused for
trial, and they w'ere accordingly com
mitted to jail, to await their trial at the
next term of the General Sessions.
PERSONA.-Dr. McIntosh has re
turned from his visit to Florida, looking
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., returned Thurs
day from his visit to the .New York and
Baltimore Medical Institutions.
Rev. R. A. Fair will go to Edgefield
Saturday for the purpose of organizing
a Presbyterian Church in that village.
Mrs. Wardlaw, formerly of Abbe
vile; bas moved to Newberry, and has
taken the house on Calhoun-st. forner
y occupied by Mr. Simmons.
R1ev. Thos. G. Herbert has just re
turned from a visit to his relatives in
Lt.-Gov. Simpson, of Laurens, Hon.
F. A. Conner, of Cokesbury, and Jno.
R. Abney, Solicitor of the 5th Circuit,
were in town Saturday.
We are glad to see that Maj. Baxter
is improving. He was at Church Sun.
- a;tefrttmeh a ~otf
day;ethe first timeheahad beer,lout fo
seveb rlI(e~5 vsIe capt fahe wonith
.NoTicE.-h'lie Independent Ordel
Good Templars will meet at Udd I
lows' Hall at 7 1-2 o'clock Thursi
evening, and the Young Men's Christ
Association in Temperance Hall 1
same evening at 8 1-2 o'clock. '
time of meeting is so fixed tlat thi
may be a full attendance at both. 'I
ladies are cordially invited to meet v
the Young Men's Christian AssQciati
their presence being especially desir
as business of importance will be tra
acted which can be materially hell
O:Tr MIY 11STAKE..-Trial, Just
Packer some time ago sentenced Fra
Davenport to jail for fifteen days, a
directed the Sheriff, at the time of co
mitting him, to hold him after his sE
tence had expired, under anotl
charge. Last week Davenport's s<
tence expired, and forgetting the otl
charge, the Sheriff turned him o
And now it is said that he stole a c
Saturday night. The officers of t
law are after him.
And it is.also said that Burrell D
enport, one of the prisoners that escap
jail three weeks ago, has been and st
is prowling about the county. W
has he not been re-arrested ?
U. S. JuIoxs.-The two men sele
ed from this county for petit jurors
the U. S. Court at Charleston, whi
opened last week, were Rev. Fe
Torrence and Ex-Representative Ish:
Greenwood, both colored. In impv
cling the jury for the Ellenton c,
Greenwood was sworn in, there bei
no objection from either side. Wh
the Reverend Felix was called the
fence objected to him for cause, and
was proved that while on his way
Charleston he had said that all th<
"grand rascals in the Ellenton ca!
ought to be convicted and sent to Si
Sing." Felix was ruled off the ju;
He denies that he made use of the h
guage attributed to him.
T!IANKSGImING DAY.-Thursday 1
been appointed by His Excellency I
Governor as a day of Thanksgivi
and Prayer. The Pastors of the Me
odist and Presbyterian Churches hs
announced services at their Churcl
at 11 A. M., and the Pastors of the o
er Churches, being compelled to
away, have requested their congrei
tions to attend services at one of 1
above named places.
We hope the people will not ma
the mistake that~they day is to be o
of fasting, and: that the must put
sackcloth and sit in ashes; for it shot
be a day of feasting and general:
joicing, with hearts grateful to God:
His great blessings conferred upon
as a State and people.
We have just seen a large roll
leather made by Mr. 0. B. Mattes<
of Morris, Otsego County, N. Y., at 3
Jones's tanyard. Mr. Matteson con
to us well recommended as a gent
man-and a practical tanner of ma
years' experience. He comes with 1
view of settling among us, and we<
tend to him and all such men a hea:
We also learn that Mr. Horace Hi<
ok, who lives in the same section of1
country which Mr. Matteson came fro
has come here to look -at the coun:
for himself and others, with a view
making his home amongst us if he
pleased. He says he can bring ma
artisans and farmers down with him.
We hope our citizens will afford the
gentlemen every facility for seeing<
lands and people.
SPI.ENDID PORTRAITS OF GORD
AND YANCE.-We are in receipt of t
magnificent Line Engravings of1
statesmen whose names head this a:
tile. They form part of a series, e
bracing the portraits of the distingui
ed Living Southern Statesmen, wb
is being published by that leadi
Southern House, our friends Walk~
Evans & Cogswell. They are truth
likenesses-speaking images of
great originals, and executed in
highest style of engraving. They
both splendid works of art, and destir
to take their places in the homes of<
people, beside Stuart's Washington
The manly, noble, generous featu
of South Carolina's friend, Gord,
stand out as if endued with life. 'l
fire of the undaunted grey eye, the
tellect of the massive b)row, the. bat
scarred cheek, all show the gallant n
who has led his people in war and
peace-the prominent statesman y
espoused th]e cause of Carolina, and
the hour of our trouble came nobly
The Vance Portrait is a remarkal
likeness, an artistic portrait, and I
trays to perfection the cordial, frien<
but decisive features of this great u
of the people, who, possessing thet
derest sympathies, is the friend of er
man, and a giant intellect, is the lea
and controller of agreatcomionvea
His assistance in the Hampton C:
paignl can never be . forgotten by
people of Carolina. These two pictt
should be placed side by sie wit t
Our enterprising friends, Wall
Evans & Cogswell, are publishin
series of splendid Line Engravings,
bracing the distinguished Living Soi
ern Statesmen, and have now on tl
list, Hampton, Gor@pn, Yface, apd
H. Hill. Canvassing Agents are w:
einery town in South Carolina
in,roduc these works of art. Somi
of WAR MAPs.--Scleders ap of the
'el- Black Sea, Asia Minor, the Caucasus,
lay Southern Russia, Rouniania, and East
Lan ern Turkey. Engraved on stone, care
he fully printed and colored. Scale, 1::1,
lie! 000,000. Size, 22X2S inches. Price,
re folded and in cover, $0.40.
'he This Map is very accurately con
ith piled from the latest and most complete
>n, material. It presents, at one glance,
;, the scene of the war, both in Europe
ns- and in Asia.
ied Published by E. STEMI.ER, 22 & 24
Frankfort Street, New York, by whom
copies will be promptly mailed upon
ice receipt of price. This publisher has
nk made preparations for bringing out ad
nd ditional War Maps, as soon as such
m- may become necessary.
i- A PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-Sunday
1er morning while Mr. Shelton Langford
was riding across the old field just be
eir yond Col. Leavell's his mule stumbled
-it. and fell. Mr. L. was thrown to the
a1f ground with great force, and both bones
he of his left leg below the knee were bro
ken. He was alone when the accident
Lr- happened, but after a while some little
ed negroes came along and by them the
family were informed of the accident,
and a buggy was sent for him.
The young gentleman showed good
grit. When first found he had rolled
et- up his pantaloons and pulled off his
in shoe to keep the blood .off them, for the
ch broken bone protruded through the
lix flesh and. skin. When Dr. McIntosh
L was setting the bones the patient kept
m- his eyes fixed intently on his foot, to
e see that it was placed in the proper po
ng sition; he hasn't uttered a groan since
en the accident occurred. We sympathize
te- with him in his sufferings, and hope
it that he will soon get well.
ExCUnsiox TO NINETY-SIx.-The
ses excursion to Ninety-Six of the Silver
ng Cornets promises to be a very pleasant
0 affair, and will be participated in by a
Y number of ladies and gentlemen from
Newberry :Znd stations on the line. For
the benefit of those who. are not yet
informed, we take pleasure in stating
he that one of the passenger coaches of the
G. & C. R. R, will leave the depot 6
P. M. Thursday, for Ninety-Six, where
a diversified and pleasing entertain
s ment, consisting of music and the
-drama, concluding with a ball, will be
bgiven. The return will be made at 2
~A. M. The price of tickets for the
heround trip, including the entertainment
at Ninety-Six, is fixed at $1.75, and
these can be obtained at the principal
nstores in town. We advise all who
ewould take a pleasant ride by rail in
ild the cool of the evening and under the
r-b~eniin'fuence of the moon, with mu
osic all the wvay, and at the same time
us enjoy the treat at Ninety-Six, to secure
tickets and be on board at six o'clock
of Tr E PICNIC-Tbe most pleasant af
)m fair of the.season came off Thursdayi
r. Early in the morning vehicles of every
tes description vere carrying their precious
le- freight (this applies ~only to the girlh
ny and baskets) to the beautiful grove near
he Cline's Spring. Everybody and his wife
- wvent;. and everybody else and his sweet
tyheart. A few of the merchants tried to
staiy in town and keep their stores open,
k- but they got so lonely they had to shut
he up, and the town was left to take care
m, of itself.
ry Ample provisions had been made
of for amusement. A neat floor, laid
be upon the ground and well polished,
ny and shaded by the tall trees, served
.better for dancing than frescoed halls.
rse Most of those who didr't dance them
mr selves looked ori while others tripped
th~e light fantastic, wishing they could
g do likeswise, but fearing to venture.
o Others formed themselves into squads
wo of two, Ain accordance with the law oi
Lhe "naitural selection," and, seeking a quiet
e'ti- and retired. nook, talked in low, dove
Slike voices of-politics and the hard
stimes, of course. The big swing was ii
ich fine piece of workmanship and afforded
dnnite -pleasure t the young .nisses
er, and children,
ful The Swedish dance, participated in
the by a few, was a sort of compromise be
the tween a dance and "a-bobbin' around
rand around" a May-pole in the sfrape oi
ied a tall pine tree, and not being attendec
)ur with music, was not calculated to pul
mnd an undue quantity of life and mettl
in their pedestals.
res Here and there lovers of the mallel
nand the ball whiled away the time fra
e that intensely absorbing game callet
tie- The Silver Cornet made the grov(
ian resound with music, contributing muci
in to everybody's enjoyment, and calling
rho back to the minds of the men the i4tl
in of September, when that same grove
to rang with the campaign speeches oi
Hampton, Simpson, Aiken and Ball
ole the remembrance of that day giving ~
lor- zest to the enjoyinent of this.
1;Besides Newvberry's own fair daugh
man ters, Cokesbury and Columbia contribu
en- ted of their beauty and wit to the pleas.
ery ures of the day.
der The dinner-welt the preparat.ion 01
Ith. that belonged exclusively to the ladies
tm and was, of course, all that could be
the wished for by the most fastidious epicu.
hap The sun had almost set before th(
large crowd began to disperse.
:er, After tea the disciples of Terpsichort
g a reassembled in Temperance Hall an
ym.- enjoyed another pleasant dance.
tith- Thursday was a red letter day fo
1eir Newberry. Would that we could hav~
a- COMMODORE VANDERBILT
,to Handsomely endowed a University in' thi
~ Of Soath; but Dr. James L. Gilder left a ri~he:
AROUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
It is decidedly cool-ice.
Another ball on the tapis.
Monday was the hottest day yet.
Were the May apples all killed ?
Helena has a fine patch of wheat.
F:ms and sunshades are in demand.
Newberrians are eating Irish pota
The playful canine is still waltzing
Can't somebody start a soda foun
Another mad dog was killed in town
Street sprinklers are much needed
they are cheaply made.
The young men in town have organ
ized another base ball club.
The young men say they beat the
Benedicts dancing Thursday.
The perspiring Newberrian looketh
for the ice-crean , but findeth none.
A coop of chickens came in Friday
for sale. They went like lightning.
Base balls, Moore's ink, and checker
men for sale at the Herald Book Store.
Mr. Cline has a brick-yard in opera
tion on the railroad beyond his shops.
A bachelor member of the Bar has
been taking lessons in one of the fine
There is as much variety this season
in the style of hats as there was in Jo
The Odd Fellows will have a Ball in
Odd Fellows' Hall the night of June
Mr. Iamp Harris has nearly com
pleted his dwelling house on the street
leading to Helena.
In the election.for Chief Justice, Cor
win and Bridges voted for Willard, and
Keitt for McGowan.
The blackberry crop looks promising
and. we have strong hopes of living tiil
the middle of summer.
Excumsion''train to Ninety-Six Thurs
day for the Ball and Concert by the
Newberry Silver Cornet Band.
That little cannon brought up from
Charleston wakes the welkin, and all
the boys who see it are delighted.
The brick-yard is in full blast. Those
tarheels know how to work. They are
turning twelve thousand bricks a day.
Two or three Northerners were pro
specting arond Newberry last week.
They like the. country, and will proba
bly move down.
A gentleman in town says that boys
in the summer ought not to be allowed
to wear anything but--but-see Tom
.Aneter lock "and' key~ h:tvo been
stolen from the' cemetery gate, and
cows browvse on the shrubbery which
adorns the.lots. It is to bad.
-Ttfere was a black cloud of witnesses
in town Friday to testify in a case. of
arson.. As they .passed along Caldwell
street chickens went to roost, thinking
night had come.
Mr. Tas. F. Kilgore has-been selected
as Referee to take testimony at New.
berry in the Senate contested case of
Lipscomb versus Corwin. The exami
nation of wvitnesses is going on daily..
The Truck of the Hook and Ladder
Company was beautifully decorated
with flowers by the young ladies Thurs
day, and the young firemen made a
fine-appearance in their unifor-ms of
red and black.
Three workmen laid twenty squares
of flooring in the Smngley building Fri
day. Quick work. They were work
ing by,tejb. The floor is put down
in such a way that not a sipgle nail is
He ought to have known better than
to "pop the question" Thursday in the
bright glare of the noon-day sun,1i
you wish to be successful choose moons
light, gaslight (or lamplight, not toc
brilliant), or, better still, twilight.
A distinguished Judge remarked
Thursday at the picnic while looking
at the graceful dangers, that no place
can show a finer array -of beauty than
Newberry. He's about right too. With
a slight sprinkling from Cokesbury and
Columbia, we can beat the State,
A little four year old in town, not
getting as much milk at dinner as he
wanted, informed his mamma that he
was going to buy himself two cows.
Being asked what he wvanted with two,
he said he wanted a sweet milk cow
and a clabber milk cow. As unsophis
ticated as the young housewife who
asked her milk-maid what cow gave
"Newherry is in a had fix. Nearly
all the county officials are declared in
Not a bad fix by any means, consid
ering the kind of officials they are,
,7ASK YOUlT1 DRU~GG IST FOR SHRINER'S
Indiani Vermifuge and if he fails to ^supply
you, address the Proprietor, David E. Foutz,
Baltimore, Md. Wholesale by Pope & Wark
NEwBERRtY, S. C., May 19, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
May 19, 1877:
Baldwin, J. W. IJones, E. P.
Bennett, W. C. !Lewis, John
Cannon, Jacob |Schumnpert, El1sha,
Fargy, Allen ISmitig, J.L4.
Floyd, Anthony P. Sondley, Mrs. Mary
Jones, L. 0.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
ARRIVALS AT THE SIMMONs HousE.
R. Froneberger, S. M. Ha~cker, F. C. Ra
-i,D.0 J rnis .~inr hretn
Ji;. .iser Liret,V Afaln,. Chaleson
i ny me.. - marre Halt S. C.: Wm. M.
S. H. Iari'rox, Agent for the cele
brated LINDiLEY NURSERY, located near
Greensboro. N. C., is now on his an
nuai tour soliciting orders for Fruit
Trees, Vines and Plants. to be deliver
ed at Newberry C. II., 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 Stiawberry named the MoNARCH
Op THE Wr.s, 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
the County of Newberry, and can be
found while in town at the residence of
Mrs. Bradley. 18-1m.
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 ingredientswhich 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 largely in
NEWBERRY, May 22.-Cotton nominal
middling 9z. Bales shipped during week 76.
NEW YORK, May 21.-Cotton quiet-up
lands 10; Orleans 11; sales 238. Gold firm,
BALTIMORE, May 21.-Cotton quiet-mid
AUGUSTA, May 21.-Cotton steady-mid
CHARLESTON, May 21.-Cotton quiet
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. M ",RTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 8
Shoulders, Sugar Cured..... 10
Sides, C. R., .New............. 11
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New.......... 10
Sides, Long Clear........... 10
Uncanvassed Hams....... 15
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 17
In Tierces. ............ 17
In Buckets................... 13
Granulated Standard..... .. 14
Extra C.................... 18
Coffee C................ 12&
New Orleans............. 13
New Orleans Syrup. 90
New Orleans Molasses. 80
TEA- Sugar House Molasses. 50
Gunpowder............... 1.50 -
Young Hyson............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched...8a 88
Best Rio...... ........ 28a 30
Good Rio.............. 23a 25
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP......................... 6a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 18
FLOUR, per bbl................1.00a13.00
PEARL HOMINY.................. 5
CANDY.. ........ 18
CONOENTRATED LYE........... 16
ENGLISH SODA. ............... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAING POWDER... 35
AX LE GREASE.................16
NAILS (10 keg.................. 4.50
If you wish a soft, pleasant light to read
by, get a Blue Glass Lamp Chimney, or a
Combination Chimi ey and Shade from
POPE & WARDLAW.
We have just received a splendid assort
ment of HAIR and TOOTH BRUSHES,
TOTLET SOAPS, from 5c. a cake upwards,
and an entire new supply of DRUGGISTS'
SUNDRIES and FANCY GOODS in gene
ral, to which we invite the attention of all,
more especially the ladies.
Our stock of
BRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OILS, YARNISHES, GLASS,
SEGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES,
Brandies, Wines and Whiskeys
For Medicinal purposes,
Is ful and all recently purchased, which
we will sell as LOW AS THE LOWEST,
and upon reasonable terms. .
at all hours by our Dr. D. S. Pope, who can
be found at uight in room over rear por
tion of o,ur store.
POPE & IVADIAW,
No. 5, Mollohen Row.
Ne wberry, May 15, 1877. 20-tf.
J. N. MARTIN& CO.,
Agents for Piedmont
Shirting and Sheeting.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES-FOR
THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
In iR--W. A. Fuller, Bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that by order.-of
His HonQr Judge Geo. S. Bryan-a meeting
of the creditors of the said Bankrupt will
be held at Newberry C. H. before the un
dersigned Register on Wednesday the 23rd
inst. for the purpose ot considering a pro
posal for the compensation of his debts, to
be made by the said Banikrupt,
C. G. JAEGER, Register.
6th May 1877--19-St.
AND ALL TIIE ELEGANT PREPAItA
TIONS IN USE, SUCI AS
Trommer's Plain and Ferrated Ext. 3Mali
for the restoration of enfeebled constitu
Trommer's Ext. Malt with Pepsin, fo
Troimmer's Ext. Malt with Cod Liver Oil
Fellow's Comp'd Syr. Ilypophosphites
for Consumption and Scrofulous Diseases.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil and Lime. Dc
.Jongh's, Moller's, Marvin's, Hegeman's an
New Foundland Cod Liver Oil in any qnan
Sulphate Cinchonidia, (a Cinchona Aika
loid) a substitute for Quinine and one-fourtl
the price. Equally eticacious as a Tonic
Anti-Periodic. Anti-Neuralgic and Febri
fuge, and unlike Quinine it produces n<
headache, causes no ringing in the ears an<
does not disturb the digestion. It is fas
taking the place of Quinine.
Pelham's Elixir Calisaya Bark and Iron
Pelham's Elixir Gentian and Iron.
Pelham's Efferves. Sol. Citrate Maguesia
Made every week.
And numerous other goods can be ob
tained AT BOTTOM FIGURES, at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
OF STANDARD QUALITY, LIKE
Green's August Flower, for Dyspepsia an,
Boschee's German Syrup, for Coughs
Colds, Consumption, &c.
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge.
Foutz's Horse Powder.
Shriner's Balsamic Cough Syrup.
Green Mountain Asthma Cure.
simmons' Hepatic Compovund, in dry ant
Holman's Fever and Ague Pads, (sur(
Bradfield's Female Regulator, or Woman'
Tarrant's and Bailey's Aperient,
Knowles' insect Powder.
Egyptian Eat Destroyer.
And other useful articles are daily sol<
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, at
PELHAM'S DRITG STORE.
Pelham's Excelsior Cologne.
Pelham's Floral Lotion.
Pelham's Rose Tooth Powder.
Lubin's Extracts, and other lasting odors
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, and other snperio
frenchT Dresslig for Ladies' Shoes.
Celebrated Giant Cement, that mend;
Syringes, Instruments and Atomizers.
Capsicum, Porous, Belladonna and othe
Large lotofTrsses, of all sizes and make;
And a thousand like articles of use ano
comfort, CHEAP, at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
WINES, LilUORS, &c.
Hennessey Brandy, many years old.
Duff Gorton Sherry Wimo, many year
Madeira Wine, many years old.
London Dock Port Wine, many years old
Choice Old Monogram Rye Wh.iskey, man;
Golden Key Gin of finest flavor.
Sweet-Mash Country Corn Whiskey, ha
age and direct from mountains.
TOBACCO, a very large lot of Chewin;
and Smoking Tobacco, at remarkably clos
Cigars of favorite brands, Imporf,ed an,
Aladdin Security O1l, the best burnini
fluid ini the world and more brilliant tha:
Kerosene, Turpentine, Machine and othe
Green and Black Teas..
Fine French Confections,
Lamps, Lanterns, Matohes, c., &c., an<
everything that pertains to a well-appoin1
ed Drug House.;
Having no old acdounts to carry, m;
prices beinfr cash and light expensps, I cas
well afford to sell Drugs at figures hithrert
An inspection of my stock, which is al
fresh and judiciously selected, is respeca
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY GUMPOUNDE
by the undersigned.
WM. E. PELHIAK
ar Place-Leavell &Sprmns
INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIR
LARGE IN VARIETY.
PRICES IN KEEPING WITI
IN EXMINATION AKE
DOMESTICS of all Kinds
We make a specialty ai DOMESTi'
GOODS, and have, therefore, in store
large and complete stock at lowest prices.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SHOES AND HATS
A splendid stock of SHOES of all kinds
for ladies, misses and gentiemnen, at los
down prices. Stock kept up to regula
standard. A fine assortment of gentlemeEa
and boys HATS, various styles.
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
NOTIONS, IN VARIETY.
Now in store a full stock of NOTIONi
of all kinds, to which additions are mad
regularly. P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
We are agents for the sale of superi<
SADDLES and HARNESS, and keep c
hand a variety in this line. As we sell
manufacturers' prices, we promise bargain:
Examine goods and ask for prices befom
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
A pr. 25, 1'7-tf.
1 991 ACRES OF VALUABLE LAN]
located in Newberry Gounty, and bounde
by lands of Mrs. M. E. Gilliam, Hortor
Miller and Buford. There is no mortgaa
on this land and there never has been
will make a warrantee title to the purchase
For further particulars, write to
REV. J. E. WATSON,
Oak Hill, P. 0.,
Apr. 11, 15-tf Lexington Co., S. C.
Notice for Final Dischiarge
The undersigned hereby gives notice thn
he will make a final settlement on the E
tAta~ Af T.iiw.inn lj'pllppq d~i~n~d on Fr
p i Fancy .Irtiles.
Dr. S. F. FANT,
With a large and well stkcted stock of
TOILET ARTICL ES,
IPPLE AND WHITE WINE
Of the purest quality.
TOBACCOS, Ci6AAs and
Of choice btands.
All of which I propose to sell at
I call special attention of my pations and
a the people penerally, to the. following ;pre
parations, which have been compounded
under my supervision- with-thre-grestest-de
,ree cf accuracy and nicety, all,of. which I
I claim to be equal to any on the markt:
FANT'S AGUE Ax) FEVER OURE, neve
fails to have the desired effect.
FANT'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRAc' o
Btcsc, for all derangements of
the Kidneys and Bladder.
FANT'S COMPOUND ELIXIR OF CALISATA
BARK AND IRON, for. GeneralDe
bility, Losa of Appetite, &c.
FANT'S Toxic BITTERS. Try them -and
-- you will use none other.
FANT'S ('COUGH MIXTURE, for relieving
Coughs, Colds, Soarseness,;&c.
FANT'S EssicE JAMAICA GINGER. Dou
ble the strength of any. other on
FANT'S FEMALE REGULATOR, for Amenor
rhaea and -Dysmenorrhea. The
cheapest and most effectua.preps
ration of any on the-market.
FAL1'S SoorntN. SYR';P, for children s f
.fering from Teething, Indigestion
and Bowel Affections generally.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY CCMPOUjNDED
at all hours of the day and pight.
S. F. FANIT,
May 9, 19--tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
BRemoved to store -two doors next to
1A fuHl stock'yTf Pdr~e ddicines, Cheini
e cals,.P1erfumeries,. Toilet Articles,-: Garden
Sand Tield Seeds, always in store ana at
1 moderate prices......... ~
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15 *tf.
Carolina is Free?
-And now, my friends and custoners, I
beg you to celebrate the. glorious.evees by
taking advantage of the
hI nice goods now offered by
'C. F. JACKSON,
THE L.EADER OF L.OW PRICES,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This is headquarters for Standard Prints
~at 64t and Sic. Handkerchiefs, Towels,
a Cassimeres, Tweeds, and, in fact, I can give
you Bargains in every department, and I
guarantee you goods and prices to give per
- fect satisfaction. Apr. 18, 16-tf.
V P. B. EUFF, M. D. ANDREW WALLACE, 3!. D.
SRUFEF & WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
e - Particular attention paid to diseases
peculiar to Females.
Apr. 25, 17-3m.
W. H. WALLACE,
e 'NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office over Harmon's Store, adjoining
HERALD Office. Oct. 25, 43-tf
To the .Traveling Pubic.
*.The. undersigned would respectfullyd
. form his friends and the general public,
that he has opened a BOARDING HOUSE
at the corner of Nance and Friend St.reets,
not far from the Depot. As the room2s are'
well appointed, the table abundantly sup
-plied with well cooked food, and the . ser
vants-polite and attentive, helpeTsto give
Ssatisfaction. =4. W. T lMION..
Lt Mar. 28, 13-tf.
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