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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 26, 1877.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C. Leahy-Citation.
W. W. Riser-A Card.
Keenan Bros.-Columbia Hotel.
U. B. Whites-Notice to Taxpayers.
Kingsland & Heath-Crockeryware, &e.
John Alexander-Congaree Iron Works.
H. A. Burns-Confectioneries, Fruits, &c.
Herald Office and Book Store-Remova!.
Edward Scholhz-Watchmaking and Jew
P. W. ; R. S. Ch;ck-Dry Goods, Groce
Geo. B. Edwards-Cotton and General Com
SPECIA L NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of re.pect, &c. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and noticee of meetings, as well as
communications of a personal character
must be paid for in advance.
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.25 for six
months, 75 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
.Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
Several articles-books, papers, mu
sic, &c., which were ordered by special
request, remain uncalled for at the
HERALD Book Store. Parties who have
so ordcrcd will please call, settle for
the same and take them away.
Hereafter no goods will be ordered
unless the price be deposited. -24 tf.
We have for sale one 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 at this office. 24-tf.
GooD NEWs.-Sol Smith Russell is
coming to Newberry either in October
MAss MEErwG-At the Court House
next Monday to consider the question
of a new railroad. Let every citizen
who can attend.
THOMPSON, Dentist, Square above Post
Mother my little trote is sore, dit me
a ittle bottle of Shriner's Cough Syrup.
I think it will ture me to-night. Sold
by Pope & Wardlaw.
TAX PAYERS.-See article of County
Treasurer in another column. The
taxes must be paid before the 31st Octo
ber, or the penalty will certainly attach.
Thrash's lung Restorer is the only
sure cure for consumption and all lung
affections, restores lost voices, &c. Call
at your Drug store and get a bottle.
Price 50c., large size $1.50 For sale by
Dr. S. F. Fant.
The Columbia Hotel, the only first
class hotel in the city, we are pleased
to see by card elsewhere, is in charge of
that veteran Mr. Wnm. Gorman. That
he will attend to the comfort of his
guests there is no question.
BAnNARD's GALLERY.-AttentiOn is
called to the card in this issue of Bar
nard's Photograph Gallery, Charleston,
one of the finest in the city. Visitors
to the city will find it not only pleasant
but profitable to call on Mr. Barnard.
His pictures have a fine reputation.
Another new departure is chronicled
in the purchase by Mr. E. Scholtz of
Mr. J. 0. Peoples' stock of jewelry.
Mr. S. will add a new and fine assort
ment and will be able to make asplendid
display. We cordially commend him
to the public. _____
The ladies of Newberry are'informed
that Mrs. Redus left last week for New
York, for the purpose of purchasing a
stock of Millinery and Trimming Goods,
which when they arrive will be found
at the old stand of McFall & Pool, until
farther notice. 1t
In another column will be found the
card of the Congaree Iron Works, Col
umbia, Capt. John Alexander proprie
tor. This is a most reliable establish
ment, and orders sent there will be
sure of prompt attention and satisfac
Mr. L. K. Vance would respectfully in
form his friends that he is now witb the
Low Price Cash House of JONES & SAT
TERWHITE, where he will be pleased to.
see them, and will guarantee that he can
please them in anything they should want
in Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats. Rememn
ber that you find us at McFall & Pool's old
stand. Sep. 24, 1877-39-St
Capt. J. Y. McFall left for New York
yesterday (Monday) for the purpose of
buying for J. D. Cash the largest and
most select stock of Ladies' Dress Goods,
Silks, Poplins, Cloaks, Shawls, and
Fancy Goods generally, ever opened in
this market. The goods will arrive
October 1st. it
The young and enterprising firm of
Jones & Satterwhite are making things
move, and are selling goods like hot
cakes-and the reason of this is plain,
they have a splendid stock, have but
one price, those prices are marked low,
and they sell for cash. They have
made a new departare and it is a good
Merchants and farmers are invited to
read the card of Mr. Geo. B. Edwards,
Cotton and General Commission Mer
chant, Charleston. Prompt attention
will be given to all business entrusted
to his care. As the agent for the State
Line Ocean Steamships between New
York and the principal cities of Europe,
sfacilities for business are good.
GRO KILLED.-The Coroner was
rthis (Tuesday) morning to hold
est over the body of a negro
loward Davenport. who d'ed
from a wound inflicted the
by another negro, Jackson
The wound was inflicted with
A warrant has been issued for
rrest of Nelson, but he has fled.
e parties lived about nine miles from
town, near Kinard's Ferry.
BIG STocK.-If the public cannot
find in the large stock of Messrs. P. W.
& R. S. Chick every article needed to
supply their wants, then we know not
how to direct them. By reading their
averisemnt it will be seen that
We would invite your careful attention
to the following New Features in the Dry
Goods business for the Fall and Winter
1st. That we have a New Stock of Dry
Goods, Boots, Shoes and Men's Hats, which
have been bought lower than any goods in
that line, to be offered for stle in the town
2'l. We have only one price, that being
marked in plain figures, saving our friends
tud cu:tomers the trouble of asking to get
them lower, and in:forming theni here that
they will be losing time in trying to do so.
8d. Guaranteeing that price to be on an
average of at least fifteen per cent. lower
than you have ever been offered goods in
4th, And grandest feature is our selling
exclusively for cash, giving customers full
value for their mtoney, having no memoranda
or accounts of others to make them pay in
extra profits, nor th,e.wages of a book-keeper
and extra help to sell credit customers.
These things should be well considered be
fore you buy. We will be very glad to
show you our stock, if it is only for the
purpose of your comparing prices. Re
member we ha ve ecFall & Pool's old stand.
38-3t. JONES & SATTER WIIITE
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT DEPARTMENT OF
JONES & SATTERWHITE.
To these we intend -ivng special attention.
As soon as we can get new shelves made for
tha room which was used by McFall & Pool
for millinery, we expect to open in that
room A No. I stock of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Shoes on one side, and Men's and
Boys' Boots, Shoes and Hats on the other.
Don't fail to come to see us. You may be
assured you will find every department well
filled. JONES & SATTER WHITE.
HEAVY DRY GOODS,
Such as Domestic Hemp, Jeans, Cassi
mere, Blankets, Linseys, Osnaburgs, Tick
ings, Sheetings, &c., can be found in end
less variety at
38-3t. JONES & SATTERWHITE.
NEW FALL AND WINTER PRINTS.
10,000 yards of the Best Prints, in all the
new Fall and Winter styles, at
3S-3t. JONES & SATTERWIIITE.
We have without doubt the best Black
Alpaca made, which we will sell you on an
average of twenty per cent. lower than you
have ever bought anything that would at
all comp:.re with it. These goods are im
ported direct from the manufacturers, and
we will sell you any quality of this Alpaca,
with the understanding, if you are not
satisfied with your purchase when you get
home, to take it off of your hands at once.
38-3t. JONES & SATTERWHITE.
SOMETHING ATTRACTIVE FOR TUE
The New Style Cloaks for the Fall and
Winter season. These are made of Heavy
French Worsted and Beaver Cloths, and
trimmed with great taste. Also, Fancy
Knit Scarfs, Shawls and Sacques, at
3S-3t. JONES & SATTERW HITE.
- IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS.
You -can find at the one-price Cash Dry
Goods House of Joxas & SATTERWHIITE, at
MFall & Pool's old stand, a beautiful selec
tion of Ladies' Foreign and Domestic Dress
Goods in all of the prevailing colors and
styles for the season. Also, Black Bomba
zines, Cashmeres, Gilbert's A Opera Flan
nels and a heavy stock of Plaid, Plain,
White and Red Flannels, Linings, &c.
The undersigned having this day entered
into a copartnership, to be known as Jones
& Satterwhite, respectfully invite the p)ub
lie to a favorable consideration of their
stock in trade.
A. C. JONES,
D. S. SATTER WHITE.
Sept. 1st, 1877-38-tf.
CoNvIcT LABOR.-One hundred con
victs passed up the G. & C. R. R., Mon
day, to work on the Greenwood and
Augusta Railroad. The stockade is
located three miles this side of Green
ExcuRsioN TO CHARLESTON.-There
will be an excursion from the up-coun
try to Charleston soon. The rates will
be low, and many will no doubt avail
themselves of the opportunity to visit
the "City by the Sea." We w'ill give
the date and particulars as soon as the
railroad officers complete the arrange
In mentioning the persons convicted
at the recent term of Court we stated
that only one out of the fourteen was
a white man. We ought also to have
stated that he was neither a native nor
a citizen of Newberry, but belonged to
the Grand Army of Tramps, and was
overtaken in crime on the eve of his
departure from the countv.
The large and popular establishment
of Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, of Col
umbia, so well and favorably known to
the readers of the HERALD, is now be
ing stocked w;ithi all the new and latest
patterns in Crockery, Glass, China, Tin
Ware, &c., besides all the latest im
provements in household and kitchen
utensils. Housekeepers will find in
this store everything pertaining to
house or kitchen, and at moderate
prices, and they are advised to exam
ine the stock while visiting the city.
If a visit is not practicable send an or
In our brief notice of proposed re
moval in last issue the reader was re
quested to look out for the SIGN. We re
gret to say there is no sign of that sign
yet. Our special artist, Col. Sam John
son, from Columbia, owing to the thin
ness of the weather (not his paint) fail
ed to accomplish the task in time. It
is a matter of serious regret-the ab
sence of that sign-for there are many
who are anxious to settle up who may
not be able to find the place without it.
A wicked and adulterous generation
seeketh for a sign.
MORE CANDIDATES FOR THE PENI
TENTIARY.-Trial Justices report a lull
in criminal business since the Court of
Sessions. But a case before Mr. Car
lisle Saturday shows that there are
other candidates for the Penitentiary,
or probably for a position still higher.
Alfred Shell and Hillary Copeland were
brought up on a charge of shooting H.
M. Irby the night of the 15th instant.
Irby was riding along the road when
he was shot by parties on the roadside
with a shot-gun, the wounds extending
from the shoulder blade to the top of
the head. Forty-eight shots and one
slg were taken out of his shoulder.
lie will hardly recover. The cause of
the shooting is supposed to be that Irby
had Hillary Copeland arrested for
shooting and killing three of his goats
and two of his cows the nigbt of the
28h of August -A little danghter of
Agreeably to promise, although the
weather was disagreeable and gave
promise of holding on in that line for
an indefinite time, the "HERALD Of
flee-editors, foreman, jours., devil,
pressman, presses, type, old accounts,
(some very ancient,) with all other
goods, chattels, rights, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in anywise appertaining-were
moved on Thursday and Friday last
from their old location to its new
building, where every one, from the
grand moguls of the editorial sanctum
down to the form washer, is snugly
ensconced and hard down at work.
We are happy; a wonderful and pleas
ant change has come over the spirit of
our dreams, and our legs, no longer
forced to climb weary flights of stairs,
instead of being shaky feel another
sort better. A description of the build
ing, its size, shape, peculiar adaptation.
to the uses for which it was built, its
several apartments, high- ceiling, judi
ciously arranged lights, appliances for
warmth in winter (proximity to our
neighbors' woodpiles) and ventillation
in summer, together with an admira
ble invention-the devil's-by which
bores will be insured the greatest de
gree of comfort with all the latitude
the most exacting may call for-we
call it the "devil's bore perambulator;"
these and many other things we leave
to the reader's imagination to picture,
with the privilege of making an ocular
examination. Come one, come all,
then, but not all together, and be sure
and bring $2 in currency at the same
time, for it is needcd. You will find
us on the South-East corner of Friend
and Caldwell Streets, where we will be
happy to see yon-happier than you
have any idea of-provided you bring
the amount named above.
To Mr. Waring of Columbia we are
indebted (and if subscribers will do
their duty we hope to get out of his
debt in a few years) for the rapid erec
tion of the office building and the neat
and substantial manner in which it is
built. There are no better builders,
either in brick or wood, than this gen
tleman, as is evidenced by the many
specimens of his skill to be seen on the
'We need them, oh! we need them
every week we need them'-those notes
promised by the sub-reporters.
Mr. "Stout" Henderson, we regret to
say, has been bitten by a dog supposed
to have been mad.
Positive, rainy; comparative, muddy;
superlative, sloppy-on Wednesday,
Thrusday and Friday respectively. Ther
mometer 57 deg. Fahr.
Messrs. J. E. Berley, Jno. F. Hobbs
and Hope A. Dickert have returned to
Newberry College. "Macti in studiis
A series of divine services, of a high
order of excellence, were held by the
Rev. Mr. Wingard at Bethlehem (Luth
eran) church, commencing on Saturday
and ending on Tuesday; two accessions.
We understand that the singing
school at St. Paul's, under the able
superintendence of~ Messrs. Hawkins
and Counts, closed from want of patron
age on Saturday. Wrong! Try to sup
port such schools.. Singing is a power
ful Christian auxiliary.
Pomarians, can't we have a city?
Why have to seek a market at Pros
perity or Newberry every time we
have five pounds of cotton or a peck of
potatoes for sale? Two or three mer
cantile houses, conducted by energetic,
enterprising men, would create a market
and establish a depot of supplies at your
The weather has been highly unfav
orable for hydrophobic canines, of which
are the following, since last report: one
at Mr. Win. H. Suber's, killed; one at
Rev. Mr. Sligh's, escaped: one at Mr.
Geo. A. Counts', escaped; one at Mrs.
Charlie Sligh's, killed; one at Mr. Hil
lary Suber's, probably killed. Hogs and
cattle, and dogs by the wholesale, were
Any one passing by the hospitable
home of Mr. C. P. H-., on a certain day
last week, "might have seen" the dig
nified members of that sedate household
suddenly in hot haste mounting such
accessible objects as chairs, tables, bu
reaus and bed-posts. The house dog
had begun taking a dancing lesson un
der the instructions of a bumble bee,
and they supposed him mad. Next
week look for a diagnosis for telling
hydrophobia from bumble bee bites.
Cotton crop about 68 per cent. of an
average; lint not picked, injured. Corn.
an average; no -partieular damage.
Peas above par mn both acreage and
yield. Mr. J. S., who, quite fortunately
as it now turns out, got to plant but a
peck, now begins to think, from the
magnitude of his vines and the rapidity
of their growth, that, by some fatality
or other, he must have got hold of sonie
of "Jack's celebrated beans," instead of
"blue peas," as he intended; and, con
sequently, that he will have to increase
his storage capacity by either renting
or building. Any one having a ten
bushel barn to rent will confer a favor,
and probably save much anxiety and
sleeplessness by communicating with
him. Potatoes an average, though in
jured by the drought. Sugar-cane, at
a premium in acreage and yield. The
boiling is about half over ; the sirup gen
erally quite clear and delicious. Mr.
B., having heard much about the won
de ful yield of this saccharine producer,
recently concluded to adopt it. Hie
planted a small patch, fearful even then
of having more than could be disposed
of; rose and retired, while that cane
was maturing, thinking of barrels, hogs
heads, and puncheons; finally, called on
his friends for assistance in engaging
vessels; hauled his cane to the mill;
and returned, by the most solitary route,
with the total proceeds in-a three gal
lon jug! Any one needing barrels, &c.,
will please apply to him.
EDUCAIONAL.-The College opened
last Wednesday with fair prospects.
The upper stories of Mrs. Mower's two
large buildings on the corner of Pratt
and McKibben Streets are being used
for college purposes till the new college
building is ready to move into. Forty
eight students are in attendance.
The Male Academy has thirty-one
puils. The . Female Academy has
thirty-six. A very good start all round.
RAN OVEn.-On Saturday afternoon
just before dusk a little fellow was seen
trundling his home-made wheelbarrow
down Main Street, and to avoid a
crowd standing near a corner he
swerved from his straight course, and(
in ding on his barrmw slipped off the
I AnoUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Colds are abundant.
Large turnips were in the market
Too thin-the weather on Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday.
A mad cat was killed at Mr. Cash's
The mackerel season has opened
everybody has a few kits.
The mud season has also commenced
and overshoes will be in demand.
The candy and sweet cracker drum
mer is around.
The Mollohon fronts are approaching
completion and pedestrians are glad.
College, Academies and Schools are
all now in operation.
New cotton comes in rather slowly.
Farmers want better prices.
The people of Laurens are highly
pleased with Judge Mackey.
Last Friday was the Autumnal Equi
nox: the day and night wei e of equal
The committee investigating the in
debtedness of Newberry County have a
big job on hand.
Judge Mackey's slaughter of the in
nocents is likely to stop cattle and hog
stealing for awhile.
If the Judge had ordered the Am:L
soka geese to be confined it would have
Judge Mackey says "The condition
of the public roads measures the civili
zation of a country."
Adjutant and Inspector-General Moise
will inspect the volunteer troops of this
county at the Court House the 19th day
The time has come when every good
wife in the county of Newberry will
search her husband's pocket and see if
he has a receipt for the HERALD.
Mr. Edward A. Scott is improving
his building opposite the HERALD of
fice. When finished it will present a
The honey crop is nearly . a failure.
In many cases the bees have died, in
others worms have got into the gums
and ruined the honey.
Do not forgrt that our office has taken
a new departure. Instead of such a
"gittin' up stairs" you can now walk
right into the captain's office and set
tle. Settlement is the word now.
The brick pavement from the corner
of Mollohon Row to Tarrant's Corner
is an improvement. Can't as much be
done for all the street crossings around
the public square?
The HERALD office iS pre)ared to
execute all kinds of job printing with
neatness and dispatch, and at prices
which will compare with New York
charges. Try us and be convinced.
An excursion train, under the direc
tion of the colored peCople, passed down
the road Friday. Several went from
this place to Columbia and some to
There is only one word in the En
glish language that can describe the
weather last week-that wvo'd is "nasty."
It is not an elegant word; but it wasn't
elegant weather either. Even the geese
The ladies of Newberry will find ac
cess to our Book and Stationery Store
muc plasaternow than in thd past.
Ther ee no steep flights of stairs to
mount. A cordial invitation is extend
ed to them to call a'nd inspect stock.
As to those geese-it 'is time now
that the council consider the matter.
No greater nuisance exists. Day and
night are made hideous by the wretch
ed gabblers. They should not have the
pi ivilege of the town.
The Lien Law having been abolished
it will be hard to get provisions next
year without the cash. Therefore be
economical, and look well to the future.
A prudent man foresees the evil, and
provides against it.
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE
FOR NEWBERRY COLLEGE.
RELIGIOUS.-There will be no preach
at the Presbyterian church next Sun
day, nor at the Lutheran. Rev. Mr.
Fair will be at Greenville attending the
session of the South Carolina Presby
tery, which convenes in that city to
day; and Rev. Mr. Kuhns will be in
attendance on the Newberry Lutheran
Conference at Mt. Pleasant church,
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion will hold a series of services in
Temperance Hall, beginning to-night
(Tuesday). Mr. John Rothwell, of
Charleston, Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
arrived to-day, and wvill take part in the
exercises. All persons are invited to
attend-the young especially.
It is the duty of every person who
has used BOscrIEE's GERMAN SYRUP to
let its wonderful qualities be known to
their friends in curing Consumption,
severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneu
monia, and in fact all throat and lung
diseases. No person can use it without
immediate relief. Three doses will re
lieve any case, and we consider it the
duty of all Druggists to recommend it
to the poor dying consumptive, at least
to try one bottle, as 40,000 dozen bottles
were sold last year., and no one case
where it failed was reported. Such a
medicine as the GERMAN STRur cannot
be too widely known. Ask your Drug
gist about it. Sample Bottles to try sold
at 10 cents. Regular size 75 cents. For
sale by WV. E. Pelham. 39-cow.
NEwBERRY, S. C., Scpt. 22, 1877.
List of advertised letters for week ending
September 15, 1877:
Coleman, Patrick IMcClendien, JTno. F.
Gaston, Dr. R. R. I Nauce, L.
Getzen, llenry |Vaughn, Miss Cichl
Jones, Dan'l -ant
Lake, Will E. I Wordsworth, Scape
WEEK ENDING SEPT. 22, 1877.
Bishop, Miss Mamie Heller, Dr. Silas
C. Mars, Miss Eunice
Day, II. (col) |Mars, Simeon
Dunwoody, P. D. 'Rutherford, .Jno C.
Grimes, Miss Sallie Suber, Nathan
Holman, Miss Eliza Scurry, D. WV.
J.Washington 1ev. Jas.
It is Found at Last !
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.-A
new era is dawning upon the life of.Woman.
Hitherto she has been called upon to suffii
the ills of mankind and her own besides
The fiequent and distressing irreg'ilarities
peculiar to her sex have long been to her the
"direful springof woes unnumbered." In the
mansion of the rich and in the hovel of pover
ty alike woman has been the constant yet
patient victim of a thousand ills unknown to
man-and these without a remedy. ''Olh
Lord, how long!" in the agony of her soul,
hath she cried. But now the hour of her re
demption is come. She will suffer no more,
for Dr. .1. Br.id:iell's Female Regaiator
Woman's Best Friend-is for sale by :ll re
spectable Druggists tlronhout the land at
$1.50 per bottle. In another column '.f this
newspaper will be found sonic interesting par
ticulars concerning the Female l.!ulator
and other inforniation highly important to
NEAR MARItETrA, GA., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. Win. Root & Sons:-About one
year ago I bought a bottle of lRADFIELD's
FEMALE REGULATOR from you, For one of niy
daughters who had been suffering with sup
pressed menses for some time. I have had
several physicians attending, but met with
no success until I was persuaded to buy a
bottle of the Regulator, and it is the very
thing for which it is recouiinended. She is
now in perfect health. I hope all suffering
females will at least try one bottle and have
health again. Very respectfully,
For sale by Drs. S. F. Fant, Pope & Ward
law, W. E. Pelham and W. F. Pratt 39-2t
NEWBERRY, S. C , September 25.-Cotton
quiet at 9n.
Number of bales shipped during week,
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... S
Shoulders, Sugar Cured..... 9
Sides. C. U.. New............ 103
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New.............. 7
Sides, C. R., New........... 9j
Sides, Long Clear........... 9
Uncanvassed Hams......... 14
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces ............. 15
Leaf, in Buckets............. 16
Crushed..... ....... 16
Granulated Standard..... .. 14
Extra C.................... 13
Coffee C...................... 121
Yellow....... .......... 12
New Orleans................... -
New Orleans Syrup... 90
New Orleans Molasses. S
Cuba Molasses...... ... 6o
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Iy son............ 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 30a 3.3
Best Rio.............. 25a 28
Good Rio................. 23a 25
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP........................... 6a 10
SrARtCIL .......................l10a 16
STAR CANDLES................ 16
FLOUR, per bbl................ 8.00a10.00
PEARL HOMINY................ 5
HORSFOR D'S BAKING POWD ER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AX LE GREASE.................. 16
TOBACCO....................... 60a 1.25
ARRtOW TIES, per bunch........S
BOOK STORE !
$2.00 PER ANNqUM.
HL A V Jim
LABELS,K T ICKETS,
NOTE HEADS: O STATEMENTS,
LETTER HEADS, LEGAL BLANKS,
B I L L H EA DS, INVrrArTiONS,
PAMPHLETS, HAND BILLS,
HERAtL PRINIG OFFIE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding P'apers,
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCH.
PHIOTOGRIAPI A LBUMS,
PAPE R DOLLS and
- For children,
&c., &c., &c
HERALD B00K STORE.
PAPE R of all kinds,
FOR SALE CUTEAP AT THE
HERALD BOOK STORE.
SCHOOL BOOKS, and all other kinds 01
IOOKS, or any article in the STATIONERY
LINE PROMPTLY FILLED).
Editor IIERIA L and Proprietor Book Store.
Jan. 27, 4-UT..
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Ount MONTHaLY is a mnagazine devoted to gen
er-adrlgosraig t otis2
derlmn eigos, randg eIts cneamsr w24
beuble oumnaes, andt teer moneavr l
Eer aehoaitl iworthe themony.ud ub
EvychrifoIt,ablyh enied upson sdotesu
totespot- teopasi h
scribfo t a te entr uptinGseyoe
to the support of the orphaus in the
nrovwur r. nuPHANAGE
Now open with a full and complete stock.
GOODS ALL NEW.
ENhlIsale arid REItail1
11D)1. 'iRATT lf to th.iik il 'listom
; and isis for their kilnd patro::ge
duri,g the past, and truzts he may merit a
continuance of their f.vors. IIe guarantees
his Medicines aindli Drugs to be perfectly
reliib l a nl o' the best (a1ity.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED
At all hours of the day and night.
FRIEDRICISIALL BITTER W ATER.
WIL3OR'S COD LIVER OIL and PIIi-S
PIIATE OF LIME, for (ounsumptionl, Asth
ma and Debility.
BAKER'S COD LIVER OIL and LIME.
DIALY ED IRON, cuiches the blood
does not af:'ct the teeth.
B.ILEY'S SALINE or SEL'ZER APE
RIENT, 50c. a bottlc.
Full line of
Fine assortment of
TOILET SOAPS AND DRUGGISTS' SUN
DRIES. GENUINE GERMAN COLOGNE.
IHOYT'S COLOGNE, BAY RUM,
AND OTHER PERFUMES.
LUDIN'S, ATIINSON'S and LOW'S IIAND
PURE FRENCH BRANDY,
RYE and CORN WHISKEYS,
And other Wines for Medicinal use.
BASS' PALE ALE and HIB
BERT'S LONDON STOUT.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
Paints and Oils.
PRIC ES LOVT.
W. F. PRATT,
Sep. 19, 3S-(t. I)RUGGIST.
FINE liE\TtJJIi i1J(,
ilORNES AND MULES
IiI8TIIN & 8MIT'8
Persons desirous of getting fine saddle
or ha rness horsecs and No. 1 work nmles
are invited to call and exaineli our stock.
Sep. 10, 38-3t.
263 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S, C,
This is one of the largest and finest galle
ries in thle South. Ne w and costly instru
ments have been obtained; also, line phio
tographic furniture and scenic backgrounds.
-The work turned out of this Gallery cannot
be surpassed either in finish or faithfulness
Mr. Barnard has had thirty-four years ex
perience in the art, and is now prepared to
do all styles of work.
IIe attends personally to all sittings, and
is determined none shall go away dissatis
PRICEs HAVE UEES REDUCED 25 PER CENT.
A large assortment of frames and fittings
for photogr-aphs on hand.
Sep. 19, 3$-6m.
All persons indebted to 'he undersigned,
either by note or account, will confer a
special f.:vor by cashing the s.inme on or
before the fir.st day of November next.
Thoce failing to comply with the above
solicitation will find the same (n~ ithiout fur
ther notice) in the hands of an officer for
collection. S. F. F ANT.
Sep. 12, 37-8t.
1,500 feet first ciaality RUBBER BELT
INGC of 2, z-?, 3, 4, 5. f and 8 inch, at much
lower prices thma- we have ever sold it.
A t S. P. BO0%ER'S
Main Street, next door- to Dr. Pr-att's.
Sep. 18, 38s-St.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF? NEWB3ERRY.
IN THE COURT' OF PROBATE.
Ex. Parte--Jnhn K. Gary and others.
Petition for releas.: froma lie bond of Mary
Grarlandi and Ulvesecs RI. Garland as
Adm'rs. de bom1is Lonl C. T2. A. of Elij.th
To Mary Garland and Ulysses RI. Garland as
A diministr-ators, &c.:
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned to be present before ime at Newberry,
in the County and State aforesaid, in thme
Court of Probate, on Wednesday miorning
at 1l o'clock, the tenth dayv of October
next, thien and there to shew cause, if any
you have, wyterelief p?ray ed for ini the
petition in the foregoing case shail not be
[L.s.] J- C.- AI
Judge of Court of P'robate for Newberry
20th day of August, A.D. 1877. 30-4t.
40,000 BR ICK !
FOR SAL.E BY
J. N. MARTIN &CO.
Sept. 19, 38-tf.
TO HAVE G001) IEA LTH TIlE Li VER?
ItUST liE KF.PT~ fN ORDEWR.
\1t,C(.\'HEA ACHE. E
V sST GiPA!ET
H DISEASESO \ BIIU ,
~ JER STMACH' C&EESIA ,
- BD BWELS3 COMPLSEM j
Fo*a p'sa)es12.S o* rw ok
Se. '&ah': 1 LL, 37- l. SNc ~v ok
Ne 2 ~-].OTIC
Arc constantly receivino
Ready Made Clothing,
Goods and Piece Goods
It is admitted that C
CLOTIH[NG and SHIfRTS a
and not surpassed by the line
We send samples and di
Officers Uniformis and Al
July 1 , -tf.
Ntrn:Rntl, S. C., September 1s', 1877.
In accordance with Special Order.No. 6
of B. W. lfoi.t, A. :nl I. Gc::eral of . C.,
iging !.:e with the duty of orga:.izing
:h-e Volumteer Troops of Newberry County
into a Regiment., notice is hereby given
1. That an electi.n will be held on Sep
:enber 27th next, for a Colorel, Lieutenant
(;olonel andi M-ijor. All companies who are
regularly commi,-sioned by that time will
vote at said election, both oincers-cor
missioned and non-commissioned-and pri
2. That the-e shall be a polling precinct
in each company, and the polls shall be
opened at 9 o'clock A. M. and close a& R
o'clock P. M., on setie day.
:3. Thatt ('ptains Thos. J. Lipscomb, D.
Aurustus Dickert and Thos. J. uffett are
hereby appointed commissioners to select
three managers andi a polling precinct in
each comp'tny. Such officers will report
without delay the resnlt of said election to
By order of the Commander-in-Chief:
RICHARD C. WATTS,
Lt-Col. and Aid-dc-Camp.
Sep. 5, 36-4t.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The next session will open SEPTEMBER
19th, and close June 26th, 1878.
Tuition Juntior Prep. Dep't.. ......25 00
" Middle " " ..... 5 0(0
" Senior " ".....40 00
" Collegiate " ..... 5 00
Incidental Fee in each Dcp't. .......35 00
Above payable as follows:-ONE-IALF..
ON OR BEFORE OCT. 1sT; TiiE REMAIN
DER FEB. 1s-r, 1878.
BOARD, including Room, (furnished,)
Fuel and Lights, may be hatd in Piivate
Families at $13 per mth:ii, payable month
ly. By messing, above may be reduced to
from $7 to $ i0 per muor.th.
For full information apply to
R EV. GEO. W. I[OLLAND,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Aug. 15, 33-2m.
AN ORDINANCE To RtAISE SUPPI.IEs FOR TIlE
TOWN OF NEWIIERRY, s C., Fog THE YEAR
OF OCR LoitD ONE THIoCSAND) EIGUT HUN
DE:D AND SEVENTY-SEVEN, AND FOR oTHER
PURPOSEs THEREIN ME.NTIONED.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained, by the ToWn
Council and by authority of the same : That
all Real Estate owned or possessed within
the corporate limits of the Town of New
berry shall be subject to a taxation in the
manner and at the rate and comfo~rmnably
to the provisions htereinafter specified, r
grd being had to the real value of the
s'ame, viz: Every building, !o; or other
landed estate, except such lands -as are used
exclusively .for agr iculhu:al pu: poses, shall
be, and are hecreby, m~ade liable to a tax of
twenty cents on e-very hundred dollars of
the assessed ialue thereof.
EEC. 2. And be it further ordained by the
athori:y aforesaid: That a tax of one-fifibh
of one 'per Cenitumi shall be levied on the
ad valoremn val ue of all mnerchan:dise and all
other pe-rsonal proper ty -on Land on the
first day of June in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred andl seventy
sven ; Provided, howe-ver, that the~ tax itn
this section provided shall not be levied
uon pleasure carriagee, barouches, buggies,
omnibuses, drays, carts and wagons uisedl
for hire or public employment within the
S.E. 3I. And be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid : That a tax of Two
Dollrs 'shall be levied upon each pleasure
carriage, barouchec, buggy, omntibus, drav,
and cart used for hire or public employ
ment within the corporate 'inits, on or after
the first day of June in the ye.sr of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
Si:c 4. And be it further ord:inued : That
the taxes levied under sections one, two
ad three of this ordinance shall be, and
they are hereby, declared payable from the
twelfth (day of septemiber, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
eetysve,to the twelfth day of Octo
be,in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-seven. And
that in ease of the failure of any person to
comply with tile prowisionsof this ordinatnce
on or before the twelfth day of October, in
th year of our Lord one thousond eight
hundred andI seventy-se yen, the pains at-d
)ealties5 by lawv attaching to such a failure
shall be strictly enforced.
Done and ratiified under the Corporate Sr.dl
of :he Town of Newberrv, S. C , on
this the fourth da~y of Sep.iem ber,
[.s.] in. thle vear of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and seventy
WM. T. TM RRANT,
Intenidanit Town of Newberry, S. C.
JonN S. FA..a C. & T. T. C. N.
NOt 2,:i~T CE
wice it therb ogie ofa Jag settlemen
wilbe otd the ofies of JnMue oiPro
ail s1~J HI.LI flU 0 1I1
:tid 6ll$16 Y' 'acIk of
Hats, Gnfti, iLrnishing
Kyles of (;U61TOM MADE
,ro unequalled in this State
K custoui houSeS in New York.
r'ctions for lilcasurement on
.iiitary Outfits a Specialty.
W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
The National Bank of Newberry, Plaintiff,
11. 0. Corwin, Defendant,
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By virtue of an order for Foreclosure in
the above stated case, I will sell, at New
berry Court IIouse,
On the First Monday (Sale-day) in
at public outcry, and to the h'ghest hiddor,
the f.>iiowing Real Estate of the Defendant,
situated, lying and being in the County and
State aforesaid, consisting of
One Hundred and Fifty-two
more or less, and bounded by lands of Ab.
salom Shell, John Sims, ard lands formerly
helonging to the Estate of J. N. Ilerndon,
Terms of -le-One-half cash ; balance
on a credit of 12 months, with interest
from day of sale ; credit portion to be se
1urted by the bond of the purchaser and. a
mot tgage of the premises sold. Purchaser
to pay for papers.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Newberry, S. 0., Sep. 2, 177. '
M. E. Gilliam, for another, Plaintiff,
George B. Tucker, Defendant.
Execution Against Property.
By virtue of the above execution and of
several other executions against the Defend
aiUt, George B. Tucker, to me directed, I
will sell, at public outcry,
On thLe First MJonday (Sale-day) in
at Newberry Court House, and to the high
est bidder, the following Real Estate situate,
lying~ and being in the County of Newberry
arnd State of Southr Carolina, consisting of
Two Hundred and Seventy
Four (274) Acres,
more or less, and adjoining lands of J. B.
Smith, C. D. Spearmuan, G. W. L. Spear
man aind others. Levied on as the proper
ty of the Defendinrt, Geo. B. Tucker.
Terms of Sale-Cash. Purchaser to pay
J. J. CA RRINGTON, S.N.C.
Newberry, S. 0., Sep. 6, 1877.
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
Rev. S. LANDER, A. M., President.
I. LEADING PECULIARITIES.
1. SEMt-ANNU.AL PLAN.-TheC year is dlivid
ed into 2 Sessions of 20 weeks, each follow
ed by a vacation of 6 weeks. .New pupils
can be classified as well one session as the
other. This plan has great advantages, too
numerous for our space.
2. ONE-STLUDv FEATURE.-InStead of seve
ratl difficult subjects at once, each pupil
pursues one leading study at a time, thus
enjoying tire benefits, and forming the hab
it, of concentrated attention. Thre follow
ing paragraph will explain the plan.
The Regular College Course embraces 4.
departments. each containing 6-sessional
studies. Each session is divided into 4 sec
tions of 5 weeks. The 1st section is devoted
to 1;el!<s-Lettres; the 2d,to Natural Science;
the 3d, to Mathematies: the 4th, to Latin.
Each pupil has 3 recitations a day in her
approp)riate dlepartmuent study, 1 in the cor
resp)ond(ing, elemn~tary branch, and 1 in
spelling. ?his systemr is dleveloping new
advantages almost every day.
3i. PREMiIUMs.--Every pupil whose two ses
sion~al reports average 75 or more is entitled
to a discount of 10 to 50) per cent. from her
next session's reguriar I ui tiont.
4. GENEA:AL RtEAmlNO.-Every pupil is re
quiiredl to read each day a prescribed num
ber of pages in somie valuale standcard
5. THE CHALYB3EATE SPRtNG is accessible
II. OTHER FEATURES.
I. Unusual attention to physical exercise
2. A well-appointed Kindergarten in sue
3. Very Thorough Scholarship. Four grad
uates per annum Out of 112 pupils.
4. Healthy, quiet, convenient location.
iI. RATES PElt SESSION.
Board, excluding washing anid lighrts..S(5 00
Regular Tuition.............$10 00 to 20 00
las.trumental Music.........,.20) 00
age Send for a Catalogue.
Sep' 12. 1877--37-]y.
To My Friends and Patrons.
I lave rhi, day removed my entire stock
of UJARDWARE anid o: her geoOs to my
new store, "Cro: wei!Burildir.g," Main street,
ne.xt dloor to Dr~. P'rti's Drug S tore, and
Boyce street, eppesite County Treasurrer's
You are cordial !v invi1:ed to c.di! on us in
our new quarters.
S. P. BlOOZER.
N.wiherry, S. C ,Sep. 11, 1877. :37-3t.
citizens of this town adCut,n . h
sun rring Counties, for their continue-d
conitide~nce and support for the pas eight
years, arnd take pleasure in commending t
th,eir continued confidence our sucso,
thre New Firmrr of JUNE: & SATTlER
W HITE. McFALL & & POOL.
sepe.rs, sn. Cicn ai ee.
Tees s Cinci nnai".zrc maeti , as-r -
Thei inc innatu "Gcerlt"mae the as-nut
..,,M,in, annans-amont that Gim-imati