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Special and Local.
W)EDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1877
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C. Leahy-Notice.
D. R. Duncan-S. & A. R. R.
Jno. F. Srec-Lincolnton Hotel.
Jno. J. Carrinvon-Sheriff's Sale.
H. C. Mosec-Ext,"a Term of Court.
Dr J. C. A.er-Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
J. C. Leahy-Complaint for Account ani
Dowie & Moise-Simtnous' IIepatic Corn
S. & A., and S. U. & C. R:. R.-Change o:
Geo. S. Mower-Proposals for Buildlns
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Busins.s no
tices in this local colunn rare inserted a,
the rate of 15 cent, per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
mnzications relating to personal inter
esl s, tributes of respect. &c. are chargjc!
as regular adrertisencnts at Si pci
.No;ices of administration, anl otici
legal noticcs, Obituarics, trilutes of re
spect cutd notices of mcctings, as well a.
coam ?zunications of a1, persoi,al chcracte?
must be paid for in cduance.
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelr months, S1.25 for sii
nont!.s, 75 cents for three months anc
25 cents for o,ze month, in advance.
.Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash o7
its equivalent is paid.
PLEASE NOTICE.-Bargains are of.
fered by Kingsland & Heath, in Crock
ery, China, Glass and Tin Ware, and
Fancy Articles generally, and parties
needing Goods in their line will find it
to their advantage to call when in Co
lumbia, or send for what is needed.
Any article in their line can be obtained
of them, and at the very lowest living
prices. Stock full and complete, and
endless in variety and style. Reme=
- ber the place-opposite the Columbia
Hotel, Columbia. 23-tf.
REFER to advertisement of Good
Books for the Farm and Garden, and
also to that of the Dispensatory of the
United States. Any of these books will
be furnished by us at the prices named.
Books of all kinds at regular publishers'
prices. Orders solicited at the Herald
Book Store and prompt attention given.
Cash in all cases to accompany order.
ADVERTISE.-Advertise and let the
people of the County see that Newberry
is a live town, and that her merchants
have goods to sell and mean to sell
them. If you cannot afford to contract
for a hundred dollar advertisement as
in the good old days, send in a fifty
cent one. No matter how small the
price or the notice, send it in and showv
that there is life in the town. Make r
run on something, if it's only dried cod
fish or dried apples, and drawv custotE
by which other merchandise will be
Several articles-books, papers, mu.
sic, &c., which were ordlered by special
request, remain uncalled for at the
IIERAr.D Book Store. Parties who havE
so ordered will please call, settle fot
the same and take them away.
Hereafter no goods will be ordered
unless the price be deposited. 24 tf.
We have for sale onb of Daniel F
Beatty's celebrated Pianos (or Organs)
manufactured at Washington, N. J.
that will be disposed of at a great bar
gain. The reputation of these instru
ments is well established. For particu
lars apply ra this office. 24-tf.
To THE LADIEs.-New and beautiful
sheet music, comprising Songs, Duetts
Choruses, Waltzes, &c., at publishers
prices at the Herald Book Store.
To TrlE Boys,-A few copies of De
Witt's Base Ball Guide for 1877, This
book is an authority. Call at once anc
To YOUNG MEN AND MAIDENS whc
write Billet Doux, the Herald Bool,
Book Store is the place where can b<
found paper and envelopes in the pret
tiest boxes imaginable.
To ScHooL Boys AND GIRLS.-If yoi
want slates, copy books, pens, pencils
hooks, pocket inkstands, &c., ask -foi
them at the Herald Book Store.
To THE Puntic.-At the Herak
Book Store can be found the best o
paper and envelopes, and every othe
article of stationery used in this sec
When Edward Scholtz repairs your cloc1
or watch it is warranted for one year. Tr:
him. .Satisfaction guaranteed. 35-1y
Read the article on the 4th page un
der the head of '"Fence or No Fence,
from the pen of Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken
READ THEM.-First under the losa
head are four notices under the heat
of "special." We ask that they eac]
be read, and when read remembered
it will save annovance.
Our thanks are due to Mr. Jas. E
Glenn-for a fine leg of mutton. Mr
Glenn always keeps on hand as goo<
beef and mutton as the country affords
at his stall on the North corner.
BR~OcNCHTs cured without fail, b:
the use of Shriner's Balsamnic Cougi
Syrup, the best and cheapest remed:
now known; one dose will convince
vou of its merits. 25-2t
Somebody has suggested that Brig
ham Young should write a book an<
tell what he knows about "popping th<
WVe will call Brig's attention to th,
TroMI'sos, Dentist, Square above Pos
The Charleston Xcws anl Courie
sets a goodl example in crediting new
items gathered from its exchanges
It is worthy of imitation. Col. Aiker
the agricultural editor of the same p:'
per, with reason complains that hi
ariticles are copied without credit.
Ten years of assiduous activity woul
be cheerfully given by many a siffere
for that purity of blood which guarar
tees imamuniti from disease. The iab
of a fewv hours will purchase that mo
energetic blood searcher and purifie
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
THANxs.-WXe acknowledge receip
from Capt. John Alexander, of Colun
bia, of a copy of the n.strala.sian, pul
lished at Aielbourne, Australia. It
mmmoth in bulk, containing' the laro
The fifty cents time piece sent for by
a young friend has arrived, and can be S
seen at the Jewelry Store of J. V. t,
Montgomery. where it has been already I
left for repairs. The supposition is that ft
he is disaplointed as the case is made v
of br:ass, and the tune of day can only iI
he ascertained once in twenty-four a
hours, and then only when the sun fi
KICKED BY A HOSE.-A little son,
three years old, of Rev. J. A. Clifton, it
of Saluda Circuit. Edcgefield County,was
kicked on the head just above the ear tr
by a horse Saturday. Dr. Garmanv, tI
of this village, was sent for and reached
the place Sunday morning. He found
that the skull had been fractured, and i
it was necessary to remove a piece of
it about two inches square. The Doc
tor thinks the child may recover.
TIMES FOi HOLDING COURT.-By an
'Act to establish uniformity in the ses- b
sions of the Circuit Court," the times
for holding Court in Newberry has been
fixed as follows: Court of General Ses
sions, the first Mondays in February, ei
June and Sentemher; and the Court of d
Common Pleas on Wednesdays follow- is
ing the first Mondays in February and n
Ju(Ige T. J. Mackey, of the 6th Cir- at
cuit, will preside at the September C
CHURCH ITEMS.--There will be no et
preaching at the Lutheran Church next w
Sunday, either morning or evening; (14
the Pastor will be at Pineville, Lex- i
ington County, to dedicate a new. tl
A large congregation assembled at
the Episcopal Church Sunday to hear
the Rev. John Kershaw. After the
sermon the Sacrament of the Lord's oJ
Supper was administered. fr
Mr. Kershaw becomes more popular a
with every visit. ti
R. R. SCHEDULE.-The attention of S
the travelling public is directed to the in
new and convenient schedule of the at
Spartanhurg & Asheville and Spartan- of
burg, Union & Columbia Rail Road, o0
which now runs as indicated therein. d
There is now, it is pleasant to say, a p
daily run to and from Charleston to v
the present termintus of the Asheville c<
branch. This is a great convenience ca
and will be appreciated by the traveler. w
We deem it proper to say that under bi
the superintcnd?nce of Mr. W. W. n
Davies the entire length of road is in ai
good condition. bi
RAIN, RArN, RAIN !-Extremes meet ri
-a drought, then a flood. The long
drought of five weeks ended the 9th at
instant, since which time there has
been rain every day; at times it has el
rained very hard-that of Saturday :if- p,
ternoon came down in torrents. Wheat, IS
we fear, has been seriously injured in cI
.many places. Fortunately there have ol
been no stormy winds to blow down hi
the standing grain, unless that of Sun- T
day afternoon was such. But that which hw
w:as cut early last week and left in the tc
field is in danger of spoiling. A farmer a
told us Saturday that his had aireaidy g,
begun to sprout and niildew. '
ArrENTION.-We will soon have ant
election in this county for a Represen- 0o
tative. While it is very probable thatH
a Democrat will be elected, yet every
thing-possible should be done to make
the matter certain. It would be a goodli
plan to have Club meetings revived, and P
to make proper efforts to increase the S
membership of the Clubs by accessionsh
from "the other side." I
A County Convention will soon be h
called to nominate a candidate. Let P
us be prepared to elect him by such an
overwhelming maiority as shall demor
-alize the Radicals of Newberry for alld
time to conke.
ITHE COLOSSAL BRONZE STATUE OF
VICTORY which stands in the Park, at ti
Lowell, before the tomb of the first sol- o:
diers that fell in the revolution, is a w
lasting and beautiful tribute of art. It
is one- of the first objects sought by
strangers visiting our sister city, which "
indeed many visit purposely to see this 0
elegant object of high art. It wvas ob- t~
tained from the King of Bavaria by Dr. 1
J. C. Ayer, to whom his majesty wars P
especially gracious in acknowledgment ti
of what his remedies are reputed to s
have done for the suffering sick. It ti
was donated by the Doctor to the City l
of Lowell as a permanent and speaking b
emblem of the victories both of Science e
and Armns.--agcrstownl (Md.) Press. ~
IThe County Lodge, I .O. G. T.,A
rmet at Odd Fellows' Hall, June 6, a
-1877. The following officers were h
Maj. P. E. Wise, C. C. T. A
Miss Corrie McFall, C. V. T. -
P. B. McCoy, C. S. ti
Miss Rebecca Birge, C. F. S. fl
Miss Mamie Kinard, C. T. 6
Z. P. Moses, C. M. P
W. WV. Waldrop, C. C.
Miss Lizzie White, C. A. S. n
Mrs. A. C. Chapman, C. D. M. n
IL. R. Marshall, P. C. C. C. P
j W. W. Waldrop, District Deputy.
The Lodge convenes at Trinity on b
third Wednesday in July at 11 A. M. v
Order in prosperous and flourishing
.PERSONA.-Ira B. Jones, Esq., for
I merly of this lace, has been appointed
,Trial Justice in Lancaster. r
Dr. George WV. Glenn, of this county, is
is summering at Glenn's Spring for the
benefit of his health.r
SMr. Cline goes to Greenwood this a
week to put up a fine house for a genl- t
tieman there. The Greenwood people r
have the reputation of having the best i
-and most tasteful dwellings of any c
small town in the State.c
Col. Waring has gone to Union to e
look out for building contracts. The i,
business men there couldn't find a i,
more competent man for rebuilding i
tProf. Perry came down from Abbe- t
ville to see his friends in Newberry last a
week, and spent a few days. t
SMrs. Homer Tarrant, of Augusta, t
is on a visit to her father, Col. J. R.
Dr. W. E. Pelham has gone to
Williamston to attend the Female t
s College Commencement. He has a c
sister to graduate there to-day. t
Miss Georgia Howe, who haas been r
d with Mrs. Mower for several years, f
r left Monday for Maine, where she in- e
tends to reside permanently. t
r The Greenville Entecrprise and Moiun- r
t taincer says: "Mr. II. M. Barger, of r
r,Newberry, has moved to our city as a t
permanent resident, bringing his fain- ],
ily with him."
t, Mr. HI. 0. Clark, travelling in the
- interest of the celebrated houses of
SJ. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., and
is iR. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N. II., fa
'C vo-e us with a bhness call last week, .
A RUNAwAY.-Friday afternoon Mr.
ium Boozer, who lives six miles out of
nwn. was driving his wagon along
[arrington Street when his horses took
-ight and ran. They started some
-here about Mr. Rodelsperger's. Reach
IC Calhoan Street they dashed up that
t full speed. Mr. Boozer was thro'7n
-o the wagon bietween Dr. Wallace's
aid Mr. S. P. Boozer's. The horses
ished on, and nearly opposite Mr.
oozor's took the sidewalk, following
till they reached Pratt Street. They
ere going so fast that they could not
irn the corner, but were driven by
eir own speed into the ditch opposite
r. Garmanv's, where they were ef
ctually che~cked by one of them fall
g on his back in the ditch and being
aable to rise. The foot-bridge there
as completely demolished.
Mr. Boozer was badly bruised about
ie face and head when thrown out.
it no bones were broken.
; YOUR LIFE WORTH 10 CENTS ?
Sickness prevails everywhere, and
=erybody complains of some disease
iring their life. When sick, the object
to get well; now to say plainly that i
> person in this world that is suffer
g with Dvspepsia, Liver Complaint
id its effects, such as Indigestion,
stiveness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom
,h, Heartburn, palpitation of the
eart, Depressed Spirits, Biliousness,
c., can take GIEEN's AUGUST FowE:
ithout getting relief and cure. If you
)ubt this, go to your Druggist, Dr.
T. E. Pelham, and get a Sample Bot
a for 10 cents and try it. Regular
ae 75 cents. Two doses will relieve
>u. . 25-eow.
A RE3rARiAnLE CASE.-The night
the 11th, Ann Gray, colored, fell
om the steps of a house in Amisok:r
id sprained her ankle. To relieve
e pain she sent to a drug-store and
)t seven ounces of morphine, two
)ses of a quarter of an ounce each be
g measured out in separate papers t
id six and a half ounces being- in an
her paper. She took thetwo quarter
ince doses Saturday night and Sun- f
ty, and Monday, thinking the other e
iper was the third dose, took the
hole of it-6 1-2 ounces-at once. Of
>urse it killed her? No, it didn't, but t
me very near it. Dr. Mayer, Jr,, t
as called and found her nearly gone,
'eathing heavily and only six times a s
inute. By the use of Bella Donna N
id other powerful remedies he at last
-ought her around, and she is all
It should be remembered that balf
i ounce of morphine is a big dose.
TARGET PRACTICE.-A few days ago
othing was stolen from some colored
ople on Mr. Thos. M. Lake's place.
inday the negroes who had lost the t
othing camne to town and found a pair
the pantaloons on a negro, who said
Shad bought them from Henry Green. t
bey then went to Green and ordered g
mn to produce the rest. Hie promised
do so, but while walking along broke
id ran, the crowd of about thirty ne-.
oes after him. Four or five shots 1
ere fired at him, one p)assing through ~
e crown of his hat, shaving the wool S
F his scalp and knocking him down.
e succeeded in making his escape.
Allen Hlargrove was fined $10 two e
eeks ago for keeping a disorderly<
use. He was given till Saturday to
ty, but in the meantime disappeared.
turday night the police came upon I
mn and, after a hard scuffle, arrested
mn. In the struggle Hargrove had
s clothes torn off him, and he asked
armission to go into his house to re
Ibilitate himself. This was granted;
3 went in-and out too at another
or in double-quick time. The police
an fired at him, hut missed, and he too
Harg'rove and Green are two of the
ree negroes who were caught the 7th
last A pril breaking into Mr. Maybin's
THE TAXES.-The taxpayers will do
eli to observe the following provisions
~the tax bill. The State tax is 7 mills,
e County tax 2 mills, which, added to
1-2 mills levied, every year to pay
ist indebtedness, makes total County
x 3 1-2 mills-10 1-2 mills in all, be
des the poll tax. Under the new law
ere can be no.additional school tax
vy by school districts. The tax mustI
a paid in gold and silver coin, U. S.
irrency and National Bank Notes. It
payable in two equal installments
ie first in July, the second in October.
. person can postpone the payment of
ithe tax till October, but in that case
e will be charged with the interest on
i first installment from the 1st of
.ugust at 1 per cent. per month. Tbe 1
-hole amount can be paid in July if
me taxpayer wishes to do so. Every]
ale citizen between the ages of 21 and
), unless incapab)le of earning a sup
ort, is required to pay a poll tax; and
le fails to pay it, lie is guilty of a
isdcmeanor and subject to a fine of
ot less than $5, or imprisonment in
i for not less than 30 days.
These are the main features of the
ill-the whole text will appear next
The receipts for the voluntary 10 per
ent. tax will count for so much money
i paying taxes.
To RE CONDEME.-One of tihe
iny faults of which the average man
;guilty is the failure to keep an ap
ointment. With some it is quite com
ion, almost an every day occurrence,
nd they call themselves business men,
o. It ~is a serious fault and one which
.akes great uiischief. An appointment
;made by one to meet another at a
ertain hour. without the remotest idea
f being there; by another who is half
n hour behind time, and by another
ho forgets the matter altogether. It
needless to tell of the annoyance felt
y the prompt man of business who
eeps the appointment, of the loss .of
ime-every moment of wvhich is valu
ble to him, and that his confidence in
bie other is destroyed. With some
is is done for effect, to create an im
ression that they are very b)usy, or
urposely to annoy; with others simply
ecause they are dilatory, have nothing
> do themselves and think the same of
thers. But the large majority unfor
mnaely make an appointmpent for to
aorow or next day just because it af
>rds them temporary relief, and to get
Way from a piece of business which
rubles them and which they would get
ound even at the expense of their cha
acter for truth. Of all classes of men
> be miost abominated is he wvho fails
nowingly and intentionally to keel)
IIandsomely endowed a University in the
ath. n+ ne. .Tames L Gilder left a richer
AnOUT TIHE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Mr. Burns has an awning too.
Has Newberry an Auditor or not?
As much rain as before we had dust.
To-morrow is the longest day of the
What have become of the Spring
The Mollohoners had a fine picnic
There was some late rising Thursday
Mr. Cash didn't need his strect-sprink
er last week,
The weather and mud reminded one
Another improvement on Pratt Street
s a hand organ.
The Band has been succeeded by a
The base-ballists have retired from
First brick laid in the Mower build
ngs Wednesday afternoon.
The hum of the thresher will soon be
ieard in the wheat fields.
The corn and cotton crops are back
rard, but look fresh and green.
Mr. O'Neall's new bricks weigh five
)ounds six ounces apiece.
Mr. J. W. Smith had flour ground
ast Friday from this year's wheat.
A mad dog was killed Friday in the
)ublic road near Mr. Neall Workman's.
Mr. Bateman, of Columbia, writes
[own the evidence in the contest case
n short hand.
Messrs. Leavell & Speers are making
ome improvements in their marble
We bet on Mollohon Row all the
ime. The latest enterprise is a hat
"Old Bach" will please accept thanks
Dr his very interesting communication
oncerning the Ball.
There are enough half ripe plums
>rought into town for sale to make all
he Doctors rich.
The Edgefield man and his team of
ix oxen were in town again Thursday
vith a load of lumber.
Wouldn't it be a good idea to have a
:th of July Celebration, in the old ante
chum style this year?
We have decided, in view of the
tringency of the times, not to spend
he summer at Saratoga, as usual.
Prov. Hammerschimit has organized
be new Band of twenty members, and
dditional instruments will be ordered.
The last stall at the market, about
en feet square, rented Saturday for
120 per month. The average rent is
"They say" another young gentleman
a town has come to the conclusion that
ingle-blessedness is a delusion and a
Dr. WV. E. Pelham expects to get
ack to his original stand about the 1st
af September, and intends to make a
A blue glass chimney on the parlor
amp wvill brmng a young man to the
oint on the third visit. Our druggists
The crop of morning glories in town
xceeds the most sanguine expectations.
few gardeners hav-e-two much of a
op. They are like the seven years'
The thought that one hundred pounds
f ice can be had at the North for 35cts.
s enough to make a man mad these
>ot days when he pays 5 cents a poun d
A boy who felt uncomfortable after a
ill on green apples took two doses of
Famaica ginger, and another apple.
['he last heard from he didn't feel very
Six bushels of cherries were picked
rom four trees by three children of Mr.
. B. Counts of Pomaria. Pretty good
icking. The cherry crop is unusually
arge in that section.
Who is Broadbrim? Everybody asks
his question, and w'e answer now for
reneral information that he is the
vriter of the interesting letters which
~ive such general satisfaction.
Is Munce Long School Commissioner
-or have we any? What is going to
>e done about the public schools in this
:ounty? These questions the poor peo
le of the county would like to have
It is the general opinion that trees
~vhich p)roduce green apples should be
3ut down, and only those which yield
ipe fruit be grown. A better plan
vould be to cut down the green boys
A tall individual looked in vain last
'hursday for a p)attern of Marseilles to
make a vest of. We offered him a
neasure of the "Marseilles Hymn," but
ie refused for the reason that he might
se murdered for the "notes."
A little four year old boy hearing a
good deal said about sore throat and
vhooping cough, asked his mother
Which kind of sick she would like to
'ave." "No kind," was replied. "Well,"
aid he, "I'd rather have sore throat."
The payment of a year's subscription
:o the HERALD would please us better
han if we were to run a nail in our
root. It's Incomprehensible why some
>ne don't pay up. We do wish delin
uent subscribers would quit their fool
The Lien Law has been repealed by
:he Legislature. Whether the step was
wise one or not remains to be seen.
Eow to get credit now, is a question
;hat is troubling some of our small
farmers no little. The repeal does not
ake effect till January 1, 1878.
It is estimated that about one hun
Lred persons heretofore idle are now in
business, overseeing the cecetion of the
arious new buildings. Uncle Burt
will give cor tracts to any others who
wish emp1loyment-provided they give
assurance of being able to remain on
the ground during working hours.
The number of men and boys assem
bled on P'ratt Street at the foundation
laying of the Mower buildings was
large enough to satisfy the contractors
and workmen. It is believed that the
plan of building submitted by the Ar
chitect will be followed. The brick
used are of a whitish brown color, and
(lifferent from any heretofore made
den which he may well be proud of
and but for his neighbors' pigeons
which have no conscience, he would bE
as happy as he is proud.
A MOUNTAIN RESORT.-WC take
pleasure in directing attention to the
card of Capt. John F. Speck, formerly
of Newberry, but now proprietor of the
Lincolnton hotel, in close proximity tc
'which are the celebrated Burton Mineral
Springs, the virtues of which are cer
tified to by a cloud of witnesses. Trav
elers on the wing, who have not decided
to what point they will go, are recom
mended to pitch tents with Capt. Speck
who, we are satisfied, will make thcih
Tiri Cry OF MURDER.-The local
writer of a paper, in quest of an item,
without a thought of himself, will rush
into unheard-of dangers. It's a simple
matter of business with him-he is
always on the alert for an item, and
when he gets on the scent of one, espe
cially if it is of a startling character, he
will pursue it to the end, and if need be
make of himself a battering ram and
go through a brick wall that his readers
may have it fresh. Fortunately, the
terrible occurrence which we now nar
rate required nothing of this kind from
us. It came to our very door at first
hand. It was on Thursday afternoon
just after dinner, and at peace with all
mankind no thought of violence entered
our mind. In a moment the quiet of
Cald well street was broken by the
dreadful, startling cry of murder. At
the midnight hour-the fitting time for
bloody deeds-the cry would have
seemed more natural, but in the broad
glare of day, it made us feel as if the
common order of things were reversed
-it could hardly be realized. Once
the same dread sound was heard at
night and from about the same quarter,
and we rushed out incontinently in the
dark, half dressed, to find a fellow-be
ing in the last gasp of-hysterics. We
hoped it would prove so on this occa
sion, but alas! no, it was worse. That
the victim was not killed the commu
nity will be relieved to learn, and that
he~ will recover from the wound in.
flicted by the Surgeon Dentist-who
lives opposite our dwelling-in extract
ing an ugly, deep set molar.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS WILL BUY A
bottle of Shriner's Indian Vermifage, the
most reliable agent in destroying and expell
ing worms from children and adults. Try it.
Every bottle guaranteed to give satisfaction.
NEWBERRY, S. C., June 16, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
June 16, 1877:
Adams, Henry Kennerly, Maria
Butler, Col. Wm. H. Lance, D. C.
Beattenbou, Miss S. Montgomery, Mrs.
Edwards, Dallis (2) Jane A.
Gary, Wash Pressley, W. M.
Ielams, Milas Paterfield, Robt. col'd.
IIall, Oliver |Stephens, Anthony
Jones, D. H. & Co., IShiaw, D. S.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. B, W.'B00NE, P. M.
Regular Secretion Essential to
The regular secretion and flow of the gas
tric juices, and of the bile which the use of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters promotes, are
effects which conduce materially to the
restration of health, when the system is
disordered. Food is not digested in the dys
peptic stomach because the gastric fluid is
deficient, superanundant or vitiated; the liver
becomes congested and the bowels constipa
ted because the supply of bile is inadequate
or misdirected. The Bitters rectifies aj, this,
and removes every ill consequence of non
assimilation and bilious irregularity. Fur
thermore, it stimulates the action of the kid
neys, by which impurities are, so to speak,
strained from the blood, and any tendency
in the urinary organs to grow sluggish and
disordered counteracted. Whether it be
used as a means of regulating gastric or
bilious secretion, and relieving tne overload
ed bowels, or to promote complete, and
therefore healthful, urination, Hostetter's
Bitters may be relied upon with confidence
to accomplish the end in view. 23-4t.
MIARIA DE MIEDICI.-Tn a narrow, wretch
ed little street in the famous city of Cologne.
and within a stone's throw of its mag.Ificent
cathedral, stands a mean, low, weather
beaten house, which is one of the land-marks
of history, for here died in squalid miserj
one of the most famous women of which
history contains any record. She was driven
out of France by her son and became a wan
dering fugitive. In succession England,
Germany and Switzerland drove her away
from their confines, till at last, deserted by
everyQri, sick and dying, she found her way
to Cologne, and there, in a wretched tene
ment, perished, almost of starvation and
neglect, the wife, the mother, the daughter
of a king; what would she have given in
her dire extremity for a paper of Duryeas'
Improved Corn Starch-but though she
could not procure it you can get it and Dur
yeas' Satin Gloss Starch by inquiring of any
respectable grocer. They are the best in the
NEWBERRY, S. C., June 19.-Cotton dull
-middling 71a101. Number of bales ship,
ped during week, 345.
LITERPOOL, June 18.-Cotton easier but
not quotably lower--middling uplands 65-16;
middling Orleans 61.
NEW YORK, June 18.-Cotton quiet and
steady-uplands 11 11-16; Orleans 11 13-16;
BALTIMORE, June 18.-Cotton dull-mid
AUGUSTA, June 18.--Cotton quiet and
CHARLESTON, June 18.--Cotton quiet
Newberry Pric.es Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New........8
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.......10
Sides, C. Rt., New............. 102
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New........... T
Sides. C. R., New........9
Sides, Long Clear.......... 9i
CAR-tanvassed Rams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces......... ... 17
UGARLeaf, in Buckets........... 18
Grauulated Standard...... 1'
Extra C................. 1
Coffee C................. 121
Yellow................ .. 1
New Orleans............. .. 13
New Orleans Syrup... 90
New Orleans Molasses. 80
Sugar H ouse Molasses. 50
Young Jlyson............ ...1.50
Roasted or 1Pari,hed... 8a 33
Iter.t io................. 2a. 30
Good Rtio.............. 23a 25
White Wine Vinegar 65
Dolted. .................... 1.10
SOAP............................ 6a 10
SfARCII......... 1....O 16
Lorick & Lowrance,
By virtue of an execution to me directed I
in the above stated case, I will sell, in front
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. Glvmph, B. B. McCrary and
others, the above land levied on as the
property of the defendant, Laura G. Black
Terms of Sale-CASH. Purchaser to pay
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
June 4, 1S77-23-4t. +12
NSPENn No matter how slightly dis
Ii U abled. Increases now paid.
Advice and circular free. T. MCMICHAEL,
Atty, 707 Sansom St., Phila., Pa. 23-3m.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. NEWBERRY COUNTY.
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H. C. Moses, as Clerk of Court,
bath made suit to me, to grant him Lette
of Administration, with the will annexe
of the Estate and effects of Joshua Burton,
These are therefore 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
the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my Hand, this 28th
day of May, Anno Domini, 1876.
J. C. LEAHY, J. P. N. C.
May 30, 22--4t.
- BLUE GLASS!
If you wish a soft, pleasant light to read
by, get a Blue Glass Lamp Chimney, or a
Combination Chim' ey and Shade from
POPE & WARDLAW.
We have just received a splendid assort
ment of HAIR and TOOTH BRUSHES,
TOILET 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
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OL.S, VARNISHES, GLASS,
SE4GARS, TOBA000S, PIPES,
Brandies, Wines and Whiskeys
.For Medicinal purposes,
Is full and all recently purchased, which
we will sell as LOW AS TIIE LOWEST,
and upon reasonable terms.
at all hours ey our Dr. D. S. Pope, who can
be found at night in room over rear por
tion of our store.
PPEN & IVRDAW
No. 5, Mollohon Row.
Newberry, May 15, 1877. 20-tf.
A Good Thing to Have in the
NON-EXPLOSIVE AND UNBREAKABLE
LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS.
For sale by DR. W. E. PELHAM,
And J. P. MANGUM.
June 6, 23-3t.
I am now prepared to cut and make
LADIES' DRESSES in the latest and most
MRS. A. SILL,
Adams-st., two blocks north of Pratt-st.
June 6, 23-41.
The Columbia Register,
Daily, Tri-Weely and Weekly,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
II0YT, EMLYN & McDANIEL.
3AMES A. HOYT, Editor.
THE DAILY REGISTER containS fihe latest
news of the day, all commercial, political
andl other matter sent b)y telegraph, full
local reports, editorials upon all current
GRANGE AND AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENTS.
THE DAILY has a circulation eXtending to
all parts of tihe State, is circulated in nearly
every State in the Union, and is constantly
increasing; therefore, as an ADvERTIsING
MEDIUM it cannot be surpassed.
THlE TRI-WEEKLY REGISTE R is issued every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning,
and contains all the news of two days in
.h WEKLY REGISTER is an EIGHT PAGE
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
E niREGISTER is now tihe Organ of tihe
State Grange, and all matters of interest to
the Patrons of Husbandry will be treated
in their appropriate department. The Agri
cultural and Grange articles will appear in
each of' our publications-Daily, Tri-Weekly
TERMS OF SUB3SCRIPTION.
One Year,..-.-..-.-.. -.-..... 0
Six Months,--.-.-.--------- 3
Three Months,----- -- --- 1 75a
One Year,-------.. .- - -5- 0
Six Months,--.----.------ 2 50
Three Months,---.---. --- -- 1 2>
One Year, .------- .----- 2 0
Six Months,..-.-.-..-.-.-.... 00
The BEST and CHEAPEsT BOOK and JOB
PRLTTING, of every description, promptly
and satisfactorily executed at THE REGISTER
All.kinds of Law Blanks on hand, which
we will sell at tile lowest pices.ITT
. . McDANI,
Prpretr and McDblisers.
JAS. C. BELL,
-r' *11 ~
PURE, FRESH D
AND ALL THE ELEGANT PREPARA
TIONS IN USE. SUCH AS
Trommer's Plain and Ferrated Ext. Malt,
for the restoration of enfeebled constitu
Trommer's Ext. Malt with Pepsin, for
T-oniierS Ext. Malt with Cod Liver Oil,
Fellow's Comp'd Syr. Ilypoplio-phi'es,
for Consumption and Scrofulous Disu:.ses.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil and Lime, De
.Jongh's, Moller's. Marvin's, Ilegeman's and
New Foundland Cod Liver Oil in any quan- T
Sulphate Cinchonidia, (a Cinchona Alka
loid) a substitute for Qninine and one-fourth 3
the price. Equally etlicacious as a Tonic,
Anti-Periodic. Anti-Neuralgic and Febri
fuge. and unlike Quinine it produces no
headache, causes no ringing in the ears and
does not disturb the digestion. It is fast
taking the place of Quinine.
Pelhamu's Elixir Calisaya Bark and Iron.
Pelhai's Elixir Gentian and Iron.
Pelham's Etlbrvcs. Sol. Citrate Magnesia.
Made every week.
And numerous other goods can be db
tained AT BOTTOM FIGURES, at
PELIAM'S DRUG STORE.
OF STANDARD QUALITY, LIKE
Green's August Flower, for Dyspepsia and
Boschee's German Syrup, for Coughs,
Colds, Consumption, &c.
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge.
Foutz's Horse Powder. All
Shriner's Balsamic Cough Syrup.
Green Mountain Asthma Cure.
simmons' Hepatic Compound, in dry and I
Ilolman's Fever and Ague Pads, (sure
l adfield's.Female Regulator, or Woman's the
Best Friend. parn
Tarrant's and Bailey's Aperient. und
Knowles' Insect Powder.
Egyptian Rtat Destroyer. gre
And other useful articles are daily sold clai
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
TOILET REQUISITES. FAI
Pelham's Excelsior Cologne.
Pelham's Floral Lotion.
Pelham's Rose Tooth Powder. FA
Lubin's Extracts, and other lasting odors.
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, and other superior
Toilet Soaps. FA
French Dressing for Ladies' Shoes.
Celebrated Giant Cement, that mends FAI
Syringes, Instruments and Atomizers.
Capsicgm, Porous, Belladonna and other
Large lot of Trusses, of all sizes and makes.
And a thousand like articles of use and
comfort, CHEAP, at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE. FA:
WINES, LIQUORS, &C. Pr
Hlennessey Brandy, many years old.
Duf' Gordon Sherry Wine, many years
Madeira Wine, many years old.
London Dock Port Wine, many years old.
Choice Old Monogram Rye Whiskey,many
Goden Key Gin of finest flavor. .
Sweet-Mash Country Corn Whiskey, has
age and direct fr-om mountains.
TOBACCO, a very large lot of Chewing
nd Smoking Tobacco, at remarkably close
Cigars of favorite brands, Imported .mnd
Aladdin Security Oil, the best burning
fuid in the world and more brilliant than
Kerosene, Turpentine, Machine and other.
Green and Black Teas.
Fine French Confections.
L amps, Lanterns, Matches, &c., &c., and A
verything that pertains to a well-appoint- cals
d Drug House.
Hlaving no old accounts to carry. my and
prices being cash and light expenses, I can mno(
well affordl to sell Drugs at figures hitherto C
An inspection of my stock, which is all
fresh and judiciously selected, is respectful-..
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATtL.Y COMPOUNDED__
by the undersigned. B
WM. E. PELHM,
&- Place-Leavell & Spearman's.
May 16, 20-tf.
P'. W. & I. . CHIK
INVITE ATTENTION TO THEIRA
STOJK OF NEWGOOS,8
LARGE IN VARIETY.
' ' HE:
PRICES IN KEEPING WITH -
AN EXAMTION ASED
DOMESTICS of all Kinds.
We ma:ke a specialty of DOME:STIC
GOODS, and have, therefore, in store a.
large and comnpletc stock at lowest prices. s m
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SHOES AND HATS.
A splendid stock of SHOES of all kinds, Ri
for ladies, misses and gentlemen, at low
down prices. Stock kept up to regular.
standard. A fine assortment of gentlemens C
and boys HATS, various styles. se*
P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
NOTIONS, IN VARIETY. -
Now in store a full stock of NOTIONS,
of all kinds, to which additions are made
regularly. P. W. & R. S. CHICK.
SADDLES AND ilARNESS. I o
We are agents for the sale of superior
SADDLES and HARNESS, and keep on I
hand a variety in this line. As we sell at
manufacturers' prices, we promise bargains. ala
Examine goods and ask for prices before prc
buying elsewhere. ter
P. W. & Ri. S. CHICK. an
Apr. 25. 17-tf.
J. B. ILONAD & 0.
Corner of Pratt & Nance Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C. for
WhacoeaeadRti Dealers88 in no
Ib T eos ~rsr wi S & T1
r4 p4s ' Fancy Ilrticles.
r.. . FANT,
WtI/ :: 1 ., :.i :.) IETAIL
Vith a large and well se!ceted stock of
PLE AND WHITE WINE
Of the purest Quality.
)BACCOS, CIGARS and
Of choice brands.
of which I propose to sell at
call special attention of my patrons and
people- pcl::rally, to the following pre
Ltions, which have been compounded
er my supervision with the greatest de
of accuracy and nicety, all of which I
m to be equal to any on the market:
T'S AGUE AND FEVER GURE, never
fails to have the desired effect.
.T'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACr OF
Btcuu, for all .derangementq of
the Kidneys and Bladder.
.T'S Co3MPOUD ELIXIR OF CALISAYA
BARK AND IRON, for General De
bility, Loss of Appetite, &e.
ST'S Tosic BITTERS. Try them and
you will use none other.
ST'S C'.oUGH MIXTURE, for relieving
Coughs, Colds, Hoarse: ess, &c.
iT'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER. Dou
ble the strength of ary other on
VT'S FEMALE REGUL'ATOR, for Amencr
rhcea and Dysmenorrhma. The
cheapest and most effec: ual prepa
ration of any on the market.
T'S SOOTHING SYRUP, for children suf
fering from Teething, Indigestion
and Bowel Affections generally.
SCRIPTIONS CAREFUL.LY C0OMPOUNDED
at all hours of the day and night.
S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
ay 9, 19-tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
ISIT AND CHIIM1T,
COL.UMBIA, S. C.
~moved .to store two doors next to
full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Garden
Field Seeds, always in store and at
rders promptly attended to..
pr. 11, 15-tf.
, UFF, 31. D. ANDREW WALLACE, 31. D.
RUJFF & WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
ir Particular attention paid to diseases
uliar to Females.
pr. 25, 17-3m.
W. H. WALLACE,
tt orney -at-Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Ifice over Harmon's Store, adjoining
mAD Office. Oct. 25, 43-tf
AEN SPRINGS ROTEL.
)PEN FOR THE SEASON.
Y ACCESS BY AIR LINE, SPARTANBURG,
UNION k: COLUMBIA, AND GREENVILLE
& COLUMBIA BAIL ROADS.
PH. MAGNESIA, SULPH. LIME, CARB.
5IME, SULPHUEETTED HYDROGEN.
30TTACES TO RENT.
ites of Board Moderate.
ir Cireu]ars, containing all informaiion,
r on addressing the proprietrs.
J. WISTAR SIMPSON,
Glenn Spririgs, Spartanburg Co., S. C.
POPE & VAIIIA
inniounce to their friends and the public
eranlly that they are now permanently
ited at Tarrant's old stand, on Mollohon
v, with a stock of.
EU~ ANDi MEDIEJINES,
ost entirely fresh and new, which they
pose.to sell On? the most reasonable
ns. They invite attention to their stock
L pr.il 4, 14-tf. -
) the Traveling Public.
'he undersigned would respectfully in.
mn his friends and the general public,
t he has opened a BOAR~DING HOUS'E
.he corner of Nance. and Frierad Streets,
far from the Depot. As the rooms are
1 appointed, the table abundantly sup
~d with well cooked food, - and th ser
its polite and attentive,.he hopes to give
sfaction. A. W. T.NEhMONS.
lar. 28, 13--f.
AV! HAY! il AV7f i