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Special and Local.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C. Leahy-Citation.
Cely & Bro.-Corn and Bacon for Sale.
H. A. Burns-Ice Cream, Soda Water, S
James Ratley-Shaving and Cutting
J. N. Martin & Co.-Thresher and Sei
Dowie & Moise-Simmons' Hepatic Co:
S. P. Boozer-Rubber Belting and La
W. F. & John Barnes-Barnes' Foot Po%%
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business n
tices in this local coluntn arc inserted
the rate of 15 cents per line each inse
Obituaries, notices of meetings, co?
munications relating to personal inte
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charg,
as regular advertisements at $1 p
Notices of administration, and oth
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of 7
spect and notices of meetings, as well
communications of a personal charact
must be paid for in advance.
The subscription price of the Hera
is $2.00 for twelve mouths, $1.25 for s
months, 75 cents for three months a?
25 cents for one month, in advanc
Names in future will not be placed
the subscription books until the cash
its equivalent is paid.
PLEASE NOTICE.-BargainS are c
fered by Kingsland & Heath, in Croc
ery, China, Glass and Tin Ware, ar
Fancy Articles generally, and parti
needing Goods in their line will find
to their advantage to call when in C
lumbia, or send for what is neede
Any article in their line can be obtaini
of them, and at the very lowest livir
prices. Stock full and complete, at
endless in variety and style. Remer
ber the place---oppos"te the Coiumb
Hotel, Columbia. 23-tf.
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clo,
or watch it is warranted for one year. T
him. Satisfaction guaranteed. 35--ly
We will publish the full text of tl
Appropriation Bill next week.
APPROPRIATE READING.-The lI
five verses of the LXVth Psalm. Ret
them, and be grateful.
Sign whatever name you please
your communications, but always I
the Editor know who sends them.
The alarm of fire last- night w;
caused by a blaze in Mr. Taylor
blacksmith shop. It was extinguish<
before doing any harm.
No Opium! No Morphia or oth
dangerous drag is contained in D
Bull's Baby Syrup, for the relief
Colic, Teething, etc. Price 25 cents.
Mr. Redding has broken ground fl
Mrs. Mower's three brick stores<
Pratt street. The width of the stor
will be 24, 22 and 19 feet, length 80'1
A night of rest guaranteed to ti
consumptive or any one who is unab
to lie down on account of difficulty
breathing, if they will use Shriner
Balsamic Cough Syrup.
MOR~E MUSKRATS.-Mr. Langfor
who killed six muskrats on Scott
Creek in rear of the jail the 4th, we:
back the next. day and killed six mor
and caught three large turtles.
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMET.-Mr. 1
B. Whites, of Prosperity, has been a
pointed by the Governor Treasurer
Newberry County. The appointme
gives universal satisfaction.
4 car loads White Corn, 85g.
20,000 lbs. C. R. Sides, 8 1-4c.
By - CELY & BRO.
24-tf. Greenville, S. C.
Mr. Hammerschmit has resigned
leader of the Silver Cornet Band, ax
another Band, composed partly of ti
same material and partly of new mer
bers, will be organized at once by hiri
~-We have for sale one of Daniel :
Beatty's celebrated Pianos (or Orgam~
manufactured at Washington, N. 2
that will be disposed of at a great ba
gain. The reputation of these instr
mnents is well established. For partic
lars apply at this office. 24-if.
Mr. J. D. Cash has a well, with
force pump, in the cellar of his stoi
and one hundred and ten feet of ho
reaching from the pump to the fro
street. It is a very neat arrangeme
and very useful in laying the dust<
the street in front of the store.
Several articles-books, papers, mn
sic, &c., which were ordered by speci
request, remain uncalled for at tl
HER ALD Book Store. Parties who ha
so ordered will please call, settle f
the same and take them away.
Her3after no goods will be order
unless the price_be_deposited. 24 tf.
DEATHS.-The only child of Mr. a:
Mrs. J. F. J. Caldwell died the 5thi
stant at Cokesbury. The body w
brought home on the train Wednesd;
and buried in Rosemont Cemeter
The parents have the sympathies of t
community in their sad affliction.
An infant child of Mr. W. E. Wel
died last Thursday.
SCHOOL NOTES.--TIe Male Acader
(Prof. R. H. Clarkson) will close wi
a public exhibition the 6th of July.
The Female Academy (Prof. A.
Pifer) will close its session the last we
in June or the first in July. The
will be a public exhibition, lasting ti
days and consisting of a concert, essa:
and other exercises.
DENTAL.-The State Dental Associ
tion met in Columbia last week. "I
A. P. Johnstone," says the .Regist<
"made a good impression by his Ess
on materials for filling the teeth."
Dr. Jno. R. Thompson was elect
President of the Association for t
next year, and Dr. A. P. Johnstor
PERSONAL.-Mr. S. J. Wooten cai
down from Greenville Wednesday a
is now in town.
Mr. C. C. Chase. formerly of Ne
berry. has taken charge of the Pic
mont House at Spartanburg.
The many friends of Mr. L. A. E
will be glad to know he is well.
last accounts he was in Arkansas, I
didn't like the West and thought of:
RAIN.-After nearly five weeks
Ldrought we have been visited wvith:
freshing showers. Friday afternc
there was a tremnendouS~ windi-StOr
MArI AGE.-Next to being happy
oneself is to see somebody else so, and
that is, no doubt, the reason why every
body likes to see a wedding. It has a
fascination for the old as well as the
young, and a happy effect on the minds
c. :nd feelings of all. It is said that
;a- married people repeat their own honey
moon after every wedding they see;
a- they feel younger, become more loving
and kind, the dreaded broomstick rests
awhile from its accustomed duties, and
ce even a bald-headed Benedict has been
known to dispense for a season with
er the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor after his
better half had thus been so vividly and
impressively reminded of her solemn
0- vows to "love, honor and obey" her liege
rt lord so long as they both shall live.
r- And to those still among that unhappy
number who have "no one to love,
- none to caress," it is as a harbinger of
r- the happy time to come, to which they
Vd look forward with such bright expect
Speaking of marriage reminds us of
er the brilliant event of this character that
e- transpired at the Lutheran Church
7s Wednesday evening. From the bright
r illumination, the graceful arches and
festoons of evergreens, and the smiling,
.d eager, expectant faces of Newberry's
zx fairest and handsomest, it was evident
sd that something of no ordinary interest
e. was about to take place there.
> "Even a child might understand
r Cupid had business on his hand."
The entire decorations were tasteful
and elegant, as everything the ladies do
- always is; but what chiefly attiacted
the attention and admiration of the
id spectators (before the principal actors
es appeared) was a pretty semi-circle of
it green letters on the wall above the pul
?' pit, making the beautiful and touching
sentence, "Wbither thou goest, I will
d go." and enclosing the letters "HR."
id which an old bachelor translated,
d Happy Robertson. En passant, there
is a bit of history connected with this
ia same semi-circle that illustrates most
strikingly the difference between nature
, and art. The task of thus arranging
ry the sentence was first intrusted to a
young gentleman distinguished alike
for his urbanity and his intimate know
1e ledge of mathematics. When he had
tacked it to the wall it looked precisely
like an iscsceles triangle struck by light
sd ning. Of course, it wouldn't do. Then
a young lady took it in hand, and before
the young man had time t.o out and
to bide himself she had constructed a
et curve as faultless as the rainbow.
Well, the crowd kept gathering till
every seat was filled on floor and gal
ls lery; many persons had to stand. The
"s polite and handsome ushers, Messrs.
-d Ewart and Simmons, did the best they
could under the circumstances to secure
, good positions for everybody; but, not
r withstanding, they incurred the mortal
r' enmity of numerous young beaux. It
Shappened on this wise :-when a young
couple came in the gentleman was
>r invited to take a back seat, while his
mn dear girl was escorted to a seat in front,
as where she could get a commanding
>r view of the situation. And thus wvas
lost to -him the inestimable advantage
of sitting with her during the interest
ie ing ceremony, when speaking glances
e and soft whispers might have had a
f most telling and happy effect. A tall
"s young disciple of Esculapius was spe
cially grieved by this unexpected ar
rangement, and his face, erstwhile so
'1 radiant, assumed an expression that
s would have done credit to the chief
tmourner at a funeral.
e,At the appointed hour the long-ex
pected party arrived, and 'to the music
;of the choir entered the church in
pcouples, and marching up the aisle
of took their positions in front of the
at chance], in the following order :-Mfr.
W. A. Frizelle with Miss Nathalie
Mazyck, Mr. J. W. Coppock with Miss
Katie F. Mayer, Mr. A. S. McMorries
with Miss ~Alice Mayer, Mr. F. WV.
Fant with Miss Leila Kingsmore, Mr.
J. E. Brown with Miss Lila Boozer,
Mr. IH. St.-A. O'Neill with Miss Sadie
E. Crossley, Mr. D. P. Robertson with
as Miss Drucie Aull, Mr. Edward Robert
id son with Miss Julia B. Hunter, and Dr.
ie Peter Robertson with Miss Alice L.
2- Hunter. The last couple took their
n. places under the marriage b'ell in front
of the minister, Rev. H. W. Kuhns,
-and before the admiring spectators had
'time to feast their eyes upon the beauty
Kof the bride and her maids the deed
r- as done, the Gordian knot was tied,
a- and they who came in as two went-Sat
The bridal party, with a few friends,
a then re.paired to the house of the bride's
.e mother, where an elegant supper
' awaited them. In a short time the
aband went around and played several
fine pieces in compliment to the happy
mThe bride, who was very much beloved
on account of her many accomplishments
u- and her amiable disposition, was the re
al eipient of a number of elegant and hand
1e some presents, among them a handsome
re pair of gold bracelets and set f jewelry
or with coral setting, from the groom; a
a magnificent silver service, embracing
ad six pieces, (from Tiffany. N. Y.) from
the groomsmen; two silver cake tsands,
very handsome; silver castor, silver
id butter-dish, silver cup, gold-lined; two
n- sets of solid silver teaspoons. set of
as solid silver tablespoons, two solid silver
.i sugar spoons, two silver butter-knives,
y solid; half dozen silver napkin rings,
be solid ; silver mustard spoon, solid; two
toilet sets, Bohemian ware - from
oh friends in Newberry and Charleston.
We wish the bride and groom long
life and much joy.
tTHoMPSON, Dentist, Square above Post
sk A ride on the rail, however short it
re may be, never fails to present something
vo of an interesting character. Going
rs, lown to Columbia Thursday afternoon
last we were convinced that though im
migration is slow, population is never
a- :theless rapidly increasing and that our
r. : waste places will eventually be filled.
~Getting on board, we found it difficult
yto procure a seat, all those midship
dwere occupied with what appeared to
e be bundles-a natural supposition, as
be they were watched over by a lady, and
tevery one who ever travels is aware
that a lady is invariably accompanied
ne by numberless band-boxes, bundles,
ad bags or boxes. We fell to thinking
what were in all those packages. Soon
t one began to move, it bad life in it, and
id- the lady carefully taking of the wraps,
revealed a pretty six months old baby.
r Directly another moved, and another
A till all were in motion, showing that
>ut the bundles were composed of children
.e -six in all, and the oldest only six
years of age. The country is safe,
thought we. Nowv if it would rain that
of the parched earth might be refreshed
e- and good crops made sure, and these
on little mouths filled, and the Legislature
m,. ad journ all would be serene. Thinking
-- ~ ~ WI~.~
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Green apples are ripe. C
The mad dog has subsided. n
Wheat pans out well,
And farmers now eat biscuit not- el
withstanding the Eastern war; ai
The city folks, however. must be con
tent with corn bread a little while lon
There is not so much dust now as c
there was last week. W
Some heavily-laden peach trees were la
blown down Friday afternoon.
Dr. J. W. Folk has completed his tc
house at Jalapa and moved into it. a1
Raspberries were on the market last b
week at 10 cents a quart.
Spring oats and spring chickens were w
not altogether a success this year. m
The long, hot suinmer days have come, te
The dullest of the year. w
The doctors report the health of town cl
and county good.
Our Mollohon reporter has been neg- tl
lecting his duties this week. C
Messrs. Keene & Austin are putting th
the tin roof on Mr. Simeon Pratt's new ni
The Odd Fellows' Ball will come off S:
to-morrow (Wednesday) night. A H
good time is anticipated. th
The first blackberries of the season
were on the streets Saturday at 5 cents
The Council fined Allen Hargrove,
colored, $10 at their meeting the 5th ni
inst., for keeping a disorderly house. w
The wheat crop of this county this b
year is the best since the war. So say o
the farmers. N
Mr. J. M. Crawford has prepared pl
for the summer by erecting an awning in
to his store. w
A young lady left Newberry for Ken- a
tucky last week. She expects to make in
her home there. T
The Churches were slimly attended tb
on Sunday last in consequence of the pE
It was a long time between drinks, uI
but thirsty vegetation had a good one f
on Sunday, and is much revived. of
Money is exceedingly scarce. Some ch
people aver they have seen none in a m
long time. wi
Seventy pounds of fish were dragged or
out of Mendenhall's pond on Tuesday ba
last, among which were a few very o
fine trout. b
Farmers who planted corn in their
creek and river bottoms report that cut- pr
worms have cut down nearly the entire
The people of WValhalla have no idea th
of hiding their light under a bushel. fo
There is a bill before the Legislature to "
charter the Walhalla College. t
A Safe Key has been found and de- i
posited at this office. The loser can
have it by calling and paying fifty cents
for this notice. A
Innumerable chicken heads in the
street close by the principal hotel in L
this place afford indisputable evidence si:
that chicken is on the bill of fare. C.
Though Mrs. Wicker's store has not gi
a commanding appearance, the work M
on it has been well done, the inside ~
walls especially being finished off in a
very neat style.
James Ratley has opened his shaving
saloon one door north of his old plaee,
where everything is as clean and bright
as a new silver dollar. His old patrons I
are invited to visit him. Al
Messrs. M. Foot and B. H. Cline B<
have gone up. This was effected by G
raising the floor of their stores two feet
higher from the ground. They haven't
gone up the spout by a long sight.
Cherries sell at 25 cents for four
quarts, or one dollar per bushel. Mr.
Noah Martin brought a large quantity,
into town Thursday and had to dispose
of most of them at 5 cents a quart. Sa
The summer practice of closing stores y
at six o'clock in the evening has already se
been commenced by merchants in other
places. The merchants of Newberry
should do likewise. Give the clerks a
little recreation. C
The little store of Mr. Singley's at
around the corner, known as Dickert's,
has been repaired by Mr. Cline, and
now looks much better than it did be
fore the fire. Mr. Henry Burns has
moved into it with soda fountain and
If you have found anything, lost any- ef
thing, want anything, want to get up r
anything, or desire to make known
anything of interest-the columns of de
the HERALD afford eXcellent opportu- bi
nity for a small pecuniary considera- te
tion. Try it. 0
When the new County of Ninety-Six as
is formed there will be no necessity to t
go to the expense of building a Court ~
House. The Gu.ardi.an says there are in
several Court Houses in "96" already di
-the houses of men with pretty daugh- U
Croquet is not so fashionable as it th
used to be. The reason, no doubt, is .B
that, with the present style of pin-backs, tC
the ladies would have to stand on the
ball with both feet at the same time,
which would be rather inconvenient P
We have secured the contract for tt
publishing that map, and we propose fc
to sell it to our regular customers at ir
reduced rates as a Turkish war map, in ci
which Mr. P.'s spring branch will fig- p,
ure as the river Pruth, and Scott's it
creek as the blue, rolling Danube-.r
A subscriber on being asked to settle fi:
his bill said he'd "bear it in mind." We b
like that. That he will bear it in mind sc
is consoling. The thought of his for
getting it would be painful. We trust
Ithat he and others will bear it so con
stantly in mind as not to be able tos
rest until payment is made. C
You are asked every day through the
columns of* newspapers and by your b
Druggist to use something for yourb
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint that se
you know nQthing about you and get
discouraged spending money with but
little success. Now to give you satis- W
fatrwro ht iESSAGS
FOrwl curef tha ofEE' DUspesi Bi
nFLiWerCoan wi th allyouto eySfecs,a ti
suhand Liver tomacn h its Ueff~cet,
such a sorstomach5, pSikItadacf he
Hait,uarot-burnes, paltbaion ofll th
nessat tHeart-burn,e Wterbas, Yell-w
ee e an a nHha Stomach. Yellow a
LIPSCOMB Vs. CORwr.-This contest
ise is still going on in the Court House
afore Referee Kilgore. Many wit
esses have been examined.. Any per
)ms knowing anything concerning in
midation or unfairness in the late
ection should come forward at once
id let it be known, that their testimony
ay be taken.
HERE'S YOUR MULE.-Last Wednes
Ly about two o'clock a strange negro
Ltne into town riding a black mule,
hich he offered to sell for twenty dol
rs. While standing in front of Leav
1 & Speers' marble yard trying to
ake a sale a white man, who proved
be the owner of the mule, rode up,
id the negro, seeing him, lit out and
ade tracks. Parties ran after him,
it the darkey out-heeled them, and it
as thought for some time that he had
caped. After a little while Police
an Brown heard a dog barking in a
t in rear of Giles' in Amisoka. He
ent there and found the negro jammed -
ider a house. He was taken out and
Lrried before Trial Justice Carlisle.
The negro's name is Waldrop, and
e owner of the mule is Mr. Aaron
asey, living in Spartanburg County, j
ree miles from Mountain Shoals on F
e Enoree. The mule was stolen the
Waldrop acknowledged the corn.
id he was on his way to Columbia.
e will no doubt get there shortly after
,e next Court of Sessions at Spartan
irg. Mr. Carlisle committed him to
ii and notified the Sheriff of Spartan
rg of the fact.
ATTENTION, BACHELORS. - A few
ghts since while in Columbia we
ere thrown into the company of a
wvy of char ming young ladies. We
und that they were attentive readers -
the newspapers and especially of the
ewberry HERALD-which paper it is
easant to know is highly appreciated
that city-and that they were pretty
ell posted as to Newberry's local
fairs. Naturally, the conversation ran
to the highly interesting subject of
atrimony and the late marriages here.
!ey knew all about them. They
ought Newberry a good place and
culiarly adapted to affairs of this kind,
which we assented. "They had been
fortunate-were there any good look
bachelors left in Newberry?" Lots
'em, was answered. What clappi ng
hands at this. "What would be our
ances?" Could not be better. To
ake a long and interesting story short,
e were advised and entreated by every
e of the fair damsels to interview the
chelors of Newberry and advise them
the opportunity afforded them of
ing made happy, and we extend the
vitation now without further cere
ony, that they go down and secure
'izes in the matrimonial lottery.
PARENTS ARE RESPONSIBL'E FOR
e life and health of their children; there
ce they should do their duty in endeavor
g to protect them from the fury of worms,
e child's greatest enemy. Sifriner's Indian
rmifuge will destroy and expel worms
>m both children and adults. Sold by Dr.
iRIVALS AT THE Saxooxs HOUsE.
A. Ford, Atlanta, Ga.; B. Maynz, N. T.
ilon, W. F. Brittan, New York; WV. T.
rrant, J. C. Clary, J. S. Ring, Lewis WV.
mins, W. F. Ewart, T. J. McCrary, Maj.
H. Suber, City; Geo. A. Rowley, St.
uis; A. J. Mims, J. C. Boozer, WV. F.
arsall, Charleston; L. W. C. Blalock,
irtin's Depot; J. Y. Johnson, Jalapa; John
illis, Edgefield; Win. Martin, Laurens;
ed. A. Stewart, Balt.; Prof. WV. H. Evans,
lambia; Eldred C. Simkins, Chappell's.
NEwBERRY, S. C., June 9, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
ne 9, 1877:
rams, Ben. 1Johnson, Mrs. Sallie
>wman, Jno. H. B.
nini, Dr. T. Rutherford,MissSarah
il & Johnson. Spence, Burr (col'd)
hson, Willis Vinels, Miss Emma
Parties calling for letters will please say
advertised. R, W. BOONE, P. M.
Handsomely endowed a University in the
uth; but Dr. James L. Gilder left a richer
racy to his people by giving them his ele
ated Liver Pills. The people living in the
uthern portion of the United States are
sturally subject to Liver disease, and these
lls will always PREVEN~T, RELIEVE or
RE. Sold by all druggists and country
rchants. For sale by Pope & Wardlaw
d W. E. Pelham. 12-tf.
egular Secretion Essential to
The regular secretion and flow of the gas
c juices, and of the bile which the use of
ostetter's Stomach Bitters promotes, are
~ects which conduce materially to the
storation of health, when the s.vstem is
sordered. Food is not digested in the dys
ptic stomach because the gastric fluid is
ticient, superatundant or vitiated; the liver
comes congested and the bowels constipa
d because the supply of bile is inadequate
-misdirected. The Bitters rectifies all this,
id removes every ill consequence of non
similation and bilious irregularity. Fur
ermore, it stimulates the action of the kid
ys, by which impurities are, so to speak,
rained from the blood, and any tendency
the urinary organs to grow sluggish and
sordered counteracted. Whether it be
;ed as a means of regulating gastric or
lions secretion, and relieving the overload
bowels, or to promote complete, and
erefore healthful, urination, Hostetter's
itters uiy be relied upon with confidence
accomplish the end in view. 23-4t.
ADVERTISE.-Advertise and let the
ople of the County see that Newberry
a live town, and that her merchants
ive goods to sell and mean to sell
tem. If you cannot afford to contract
ra hundlred dollar advertisement as
the good old days, send in a fifty
nt one. No matter how small the
:ice or the notice, send it in and show
at there is life in the town. Make a
i on something, if it's only dried cod
hor dried apples, and draw custom
f which other merchandise will be
To THE L'ADIES.-New and beautiful
eet music, comprising Songs, Duetts,
boruses, Waltzes, &c., at publishers'
ices at the Herald Book Store.
To THlE BOYS,-A few copies of De-1
itt's Base Ball Guide for 1877, This
>ok is an authority. Call at gnce and
To YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS who
rite Billet Doux, the Herald Book
ck Store is the place where can be
und paper and envelopes in th~e pret
ast boxes imaginable.
To ScoOOL BOYS AND GIRI.s.-If you
ant slates, copy books, pens, pencils,
~oks, pocket inkstands, &c., ask for
NEWBERRY C.H., SO.CA., June 11th, '77.
Finding that many false impressions have
been made and exist as to the difficulty that
)ccurred sometime since between J.N. Fowles
ind myself, 1, injustice to myself, make pub
ic the following correspondence and state
nent of facts:
NEWBERRY, S. C., April 13th, 1877.
IR. J. N. FOWLES:
SIR-Mr. T. J. Mayes has informed me of
he conversation you had with him a few
lays ago under the roof of my store.* Any
nan who would, without a just cause, try to
thake the confidence which one partner has in
tuother, and even go further and try to make
lim undervalue the capacity of his Book
:eeper, is too base to be treated as a. gentle
nan, even by asking him for an explanation,
or your lying tongue would not hesitate to
itter another falsehood to hatch up an expla
iation for what you have said. I will not,
herefore, condescend to demand an explana
ion of what you have said, but unhesitating
y pronounce you a mali:ious liar, an un
nitigated scoundrel and a cowardly puppy.
THOMAS J. LIPSCOMB.
*Should have been Tarrant's store.
NEwBERRY, April 14, '77.
&R. THOMAS J. LIPsCOMB:
SIR-Your note of the 13th instant has
ust been handed to me by Mr. 0. L. Schum
)ert. My self-respect forbids me to bandy
ords of abuse with you, and I cannot, of
:ourse, offer explanation of any language of
nine by which you may conceive yourself
vronged, until you entirely withdraw your
nsulting communication. But I take this
neans of informing you that I am responsi
)le for whatever I have heretofore said or
lone in regard to you, be the consequences
vhat they may. And I hereby demand that
rour note be at once withdrawn. This will
)e handed to you by my friend Mr. T. J.
lcCrary, who will receive any reply you
nay have to make.
J. NEWTON FOWLES.
NEWBERRY, S. C., April 14th, 1877.
9R. J. N. FOWLES:
SIR-Your note of to-day is received.
rour demand for a withdrawal of my letter
s refused. Having avowed your responsi
)ility for a falsehood, take the consequences
ipon your own head.
THOMAS J. LIPSCOMB.
Following the last of the foregoing notes,
pon my stepping through a door, upon the
ide-walk I found J. N. Fowles waylaying
ne, without giving me notice, and while I
vas encumbered with a heavy overcoat. He
aid words to the following import, "Col.
ipscomb, you are making yourself a fool
or damned fool) about this matter." My
-eply was a stroke with a cow-hide,upon
vhich a scuffle ensued. We were then sepa
ated by persons and further fighting pre
rented. I then dhnounced him in the most
inmeasured terms- I made no retractions
>r apologies, and since that time I have
-eceivpd no communications from J. N.
owles. The sentiments expressed by me
ire still entertained.
THOMAS. J. LIPSCOMB.
June 13, 24-1t.
REFER to advertisement of Good
3ooks for the Farm and Garden, and
tso to that of the Dispensatory of the
Jnited States. Any of these books will
>e furnished by us at the prices named.
3ooks of all kinds at regular publishers'
rices. Orders solicited at the Herald
Book Store and prompt attention given.
.ashi in all cases to accompany order.
NEWBERRY, June 12.-Cotton-middling
j. Bales shipped during week 29.
LIvERPOOL, June 11.-Cotton buoyant
niddling uplands683-16; middling Orleans 61.
NEW YORK, June 11.-Cotton dull and
asier-uplands 111; Orleans 111; salis 278.
BALTIMORE, June 11.-Cotton firm-mid
ling 11g .
CHARLEsTON, June 11.-Cotton firmer
AUGUsTA, June 11.-Cotton firm-mid
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 8
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 10
Sides, C. R., New............ 101
)RY SA LTED MEATS
Shoulders. New.. ........ 7
Sides, C. Rt., New........9
Sides, Long Clear........9
Canvassed Rams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces. ........ ..17
Leaf, in Buckets........... 18
Granulated Standard......15 '
Extra C................ 13
Coffee C................ 12&
New Orleans............. 13
New Orleans Syrup. 90
New Orleans Molasses. 8)
Sugar House Molasses. 50
Young Hyson............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched... 30a 33
Best Rio....... ........ 2a 30
Good Rio........,..... 23a 25
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP......................... 6a 10
TAR CANDLES.............. 16
SNGLISH SODA................ 10
EORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
EA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE................ 16
COBA CCO.................. .....60a 1.25
SAILS (10) keg.... ............ 4.50
June 20, 8 P. M., Sermon before the
Jhristian Association, by Rev. A. Coke
June 21, 11 A. M., Address before the
Erosophic Society, by Hion. S. Dibble,
rangeburg, followed by the Graduating
June 21, 3j P. M., Kindergarten Exposi
June 21, 8 P. M., Address before the
society of Alumnne, by Rev. Prof. WV.. W.
Duncan, Wofford College.
June 6, 23-2t.*
All persons are hereby warned against
respassing on the lands of the undersigned,
~ither by fishing, hunting or in any other
vay, and any one so found trespassing will
>e deal; with to the fulj extent of the law.
B. F. CANNON,
June 6, 2.3-3t.
The subscribers have in store and offer
or sale cheap, a first rate article of
GRAIN CRADL~SS I
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
J. Walter Stockman,
Mrs. Susannah Boyle.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By virtue of an order in the above stated
case, I will sell, at Newberry Court House,
On the 14th Day of June Next, t
the following Personal ?roperty, to-wit:
(1) ONE PIANO.
Levied on as the property of Mrs. S. Boyle.
Terms of Sale-CASH.
JNO. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, 28th day of May, 1877.
23-2t - f6 t
Lorick & Lowrance,
By virtue of an execution to me directed
in the above stated case, I will sell, in front t
of the Court House,
On Monday, the Second Day of
July next, 1877,
the following Real Estate, to-wit :
Two Hundred Acres of Land,
more or less, bounded by lands of Jas. J.
Lane, A. Y. W. Glymph, B. B. McCrary and 1
others, the above land levied on as the
property of the defendant, Laura G. Black
Terms of Sale-CASH. Parchaser to pay
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
June 4, 1877-23-4t. f12
PENS No matter how slightly dis
abled. Increases now paid.
Advice and circular free. T. MCMICHAEL,
A.tty, 707 Sansom St., Phila., Pa. 23-3m.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moses, as Clerk of Court,
hath made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration, with the will annexed,
of the Estate and effects of Joshua Burton,
These are therefote to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and ap
pear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
on the 30th day of June next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if any they have, why 1
the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my Hand, this 28th c
day of May, Anno Domini, 1876.
J. C. LEAHY, J. P. N. C.
May 30, 21--4t.
If you wish a soft, pleasant light to read
by, get a Blue Glass Lamp Chimney, or aC
Combination Chim: cy and Shade from
POPE & WARDLAW.
We have just received a splendid assort-f
ment of HAIR and TOOTH BRUSHES,
TOILET SOAPS, from 5c. a cake upwards,
and an entire new supply of DRUGGiSTS' f
SUNDRIES and FANCY GOODS in gene- a
ral, to which we invite the attention of all,
more especially the ladies.
Our stock of
RUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OLS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
SEGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES,
Brandies, WVines and Whiskeys
For Medicinal purposes,
Is full 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 night in room over rear por
tion of our store.
No. 5, Mollohon Row.
Newberry, May 15, 1877. 20-tf.
The Columbia R-egister,
Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly,
COLUM BIA, S. C.,
HOYT, EML YN &McDANIEL.
JAME A. HOYT, Editor.
THE DAILY REGISTER contains the latest
news of the day, all commercial, political (
and other matter sent by telegraph, full
local reports, editorials upon all current
GRANGE AND AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENTS.
THE DAILY has a circulation extending to~ 4
all parts of the State, is circulated in nearly I
every State in the Union, and is constantly
increasing; therefore, as an ADVERTISING
MEDIUM it cannot be surpassed.
THE TRI-WEEKLY REGISTER is issued every I
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning,
and contains all the news of two days in
THE WEEKLY REGISTEn is an EIGHT PAGEa
paper, containing FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS,
embracing the cream of the news of each
week. This paper is. within the reach of
every family, and we are pleased to state
the .tact that its large circulation is rapidly
THE REGISTER is now the Organ of tlie
State Grange, and all matters of mnterest to
the Patrons of Husbandry wili be treatedC
in their appropriate department. The Agri
cultural and (.a~nge articles will appear mi.
each of our publications-Daily, Tri-Weekly
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One Year,------- -- ---- $7 00
Six Months,..-..-.-..-..-..-. 3 50t
Three Months, - - - - - 1 75
One Year,. -- 50
Six Months,..-... -... -.. -.. 2 50
Three Months,..-..-.-..-..-. 1 2o
One Year, -... ...-.2 00
Six Months,..-..-.-..-..-..-. 1 00
Three Months,...-....- .... - - 5 I
The BEST and CHEAPEST BOOK and JOB
PRINTING, of every description, promptly
.nd satisfactorily executed at THE REGISTER
Al kinds of Law Blanks on hand, which
We will sell at the lowvest pices.iTT
JA.E . HY,
H. N. MLDANI,
Prpretr and PublNisErs.
May 30, 02 . 7E L
JAS. C. BELL,
AND ALL THE ELEGANT PREPARA
TIONS IN USE, SUCH AS
Trommer's Plain and Ferrated Ext. Malt,
or the restoration of enfeebled constitu
Trommer's Ext. Malt with Pepsin, for
Trommer's Ext. Malt with Cod Liver Oil,
Fellow's Comp'd Syr. Hypophosphites,
or Consumption and Scrofulous Diseases.
Baker's Cod Liver O' and Lime, De
rongh's, Moller's, Marvin s, Hegeman's and
4ewFoundland Cod Liver Oil in any quan
Sulphate Cinchonidia, (a Cinchona Aika
oid) a substitute for Quinine and one-fourth
he price. Equally efficacious as a Tonic,
Lnti-Periodic. Anti-Neuralgic and Febri
uge. and unlike Quinine it produces no
Leadache, causes i:o ringing in the ears and
loes not disturb the digestion. It is fast
aking the place of Quinine.
Pelham's Elixir Calisaya Bark and Iron.
Pelham's Elixir Gentian and Iron.
Pelham's Efferves. Sol. Citrate Magnesia.
lade every week.
And numerous other goods can be ob
ained AT BOTTOM FIGURES, at
PELRAM'S DRUG STORE.
OF STANDARD QUALITY, LIKE
Green's August Flower, for Dyspepsia and
Boschee's German Syrup, for Coughs,
olds, Consumption, &c.
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge.
Foutz's Horse Powder.
Shriner's Balsamic Cough Syrup.
Green Mountain Asthma Cure.
simmons' Hepatic Compound, in dry and
Holman's Fever and Ague Pads, (sure
Bradfield's Female Regulator, or Woman's
Tarrant's and Bailey's Aperient.
Knowles' Insect Powder.
Egyptian Rat Destroyer.
And other useful articles are daily sold
LT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, at
PELHAM'S DRUG 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 superior
French Dressing for Ladies' Shoes.
Celebrated Giant Cement, that mends
Syringes, Instruments and Atomizers.
Capsicum, Porous, Belladonna and other
Large lot of Trusses, of all sizes and makes.
And a thousand like articles of use and
omfort, CHEAP, at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
Hennessey Brandy, many years old.
Duff Gordon Sherry Wino, many years
Madeira Wine, many years old.
London Dock Port Wine, many years old.
Choice Old Monogram Rye Whuskey, many
Golden Key Gin of finest flavor.
Sweel-Mash Country Corn Whiskey, has
,ge and direct from mountains.
TOBACCO, a very large lot of Chewing
,nd Smoking Tobacco, at remarkably close
Ciars of favorite brands, Imported and
Aladdin Security Oil, the best burning
Luid in the world and more brilliant than
Krosene, Turpentine, Machine and other
Green and Black Teas.
Fine. French Confections.
Lamps, Lanterns, Matches, &c., &c., and
verything that pertains to a well-appoint
d Drug House.
Having. no old accounts to carry, my
rices being cash and light expenses, I can
ell afford to sell Drugs at figures hitherto
An inspection of my stock, which is all
resh and judiciously selected, is respectful
'RESORIPTIONS ACCURATEL.Y COMPOUNDED
>y the undersigned.
WIl. E. PELIIAM,
s- Place-Leavell & Spearman's.
May 16, 20-tf.
INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIR
LARGE IN VARIETY.
PRICES IN KEEPING WVITH
IN EiAMTION ASED.
30MESTICS of all Kinlds.
We make a specialty of DOMESTIC
100DS, and have, therefore, in store a
arge and complete stock at lowest prices.
-P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SHOES AND HATS.
A splendid stock of SHOES of all kinds,
or ladies, misses and gentlemen, at low
own prices. Stock kept up to regular
tandard. A fine assortment of gentlemnens
.nd boys HATS, various styles.
P. W. & R S. CHICK.
NGTIONS, IN VARIETY.
Now in store a full stock of NOTIONS,
if all kinds, to which additions are made
egularly. P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
We are agents for the sale of superior
IADDLES and HARNESS, and keep on
and a variety in this line. As we sell at
nanufacturers' prices, we promise bargains.
~amine goods and ask for prices before
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 25, 1'7-tf.
I. B. LEONAD & CO.,
Corner of Pratt & Nance Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
obacco, Se8ar1 Pipes, &co
Drg-s ? Fancy .Irtiies.
Dr. C. F. FANT,
With a large and well iiected 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 CURE, never
fails to have the desired effect.
FANT'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACr OP
BucaU, for all derangement.a of
the Kidneys and Bladder.
FANT'S COMPOUND ELIXIR OP GALISAYA
BAR AND IRON, for General De
bility, Loss of Appetite, -&c.
FANT'S TONIc BITTERS. Try them and
you will'use n,ne other.
FANT'S COUGH MIXTURE, for relieving
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, &c.
FANT'S ESSENCE JAMAIcA GINGER. Dou
ble the strength of any other on
FANT'S FEMALE REGULATOR, for Amenor
rhcea and Dysmenorrhcea. The
cheapest and most effectaai prepa
ration of any on the market.
FANT'S SOOTHING SYRUP, for children suf
fering from Teething, Indigestion
and Bowel Affections generally.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
at all hours of the day and night.
S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C,~
May 9, 19-tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
IlltN IST AND Cll1RIST,
. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
cals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Garden
and Field Seeds, always in store and at
moderate prices. ..
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
P. B. EUFF, 31. D. ANDEEW WALLACE, 31. D.
RUFF & WALLACE,
Physician and Surgons,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
W Particular attention paid a diseasges
peculiar to Females.
Apr. 25, 17-3m..
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office over Harmon's Store, adjoining
-HERALD Office. Oct. 25, 43-tf
GLENN SPRINES IITEL.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
EASY ACCESS BY AIR LINE, SPARTAYBURG,
UNION a COLUMBIA, AND GEEENVILLE
& COLUMBIA RAIL ROADs.
SULPH. MAGNrESIA, SULPE. T.TME, CAEB.
LIME, SULPEUEETTED HYDEOGEN.
COTTACES TO RENT.
Rates of Board jloderate.
&- Circulars, containing all information,
sent on addressinDg tJ proPeo.
J. WISTAR SIMPSON,
G13nn Sp rings, Spartanburg Co., S. C.
POPE & HERILA
Announce to their friends and the public
Igenerally that they are now permanently
located at Tarranit's old stand, on Mollohon
Row, with a stock of
DBflS AND MEDfIIES,
almo~st entirely fresh and new, which they
propose to sell OnL the most reasonable
terms. They invite attention to their stock
A pril 4, 14--tf.
To the Traveling Public.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form his friendis and the general public,
that he has opened a BOARDING HOUSE
at the corner of Nance and Friend Streets,
not-far from the Depot. As the rooms are
well appointed, the table abundantly sup
plied with well cooked food, and the ser
vants polite and attentive, he hopes to give
arfct. A 3t . W .SMO8
HAY! HAY!! HAY!!!