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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 1877.
b[DEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTs.
Thos. V. Wicker-Notice.
Holloway's Pills and Ointment.
C. C. & A. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
Munn & Co,-The Scientific American.
W. C. & A. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
Jno. T. Peterson-Executor's Final Notice.
Kingsland & Heath-Crockery, Glassware,
A. C. Morton-Piano and Organ Playing
Learned in a Day.
Junius E. Chapman-Regular Meeting
Amity Lodge. A. F. M.
Wall and Corner Brackets.
J. K. P. and J. C. Goggans-Notice for Fi
Dal Settlement and Discharge.
Herald Stationery Store-Pictare Books
Box Paper-Ilhstrated Papers and Maga
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ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
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is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.25 for siz
months, 75 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future wil not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
HOW IT IS DONE.
The frst object in life with the Amer
ican people is to "get rich"; the second,
how to regain good health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty and
saving; the second, (good health) by
usina GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER.
Shottd you be a despondent sufferer
from any of the effects of Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint, Indigestion, &c., such
as Sick Headache. Palpitation of the
Heart, Sour Stomach. Habitual Cosdye
n:os, Diziness of the Head, Nervous
Prostration, Low Spirits, &c., you need
not suffer another day. Two doses of
AUousT FLOWER will relieve you at
once. Sample Bottles 10 cents. Reg
ular sia.5 ents. Positively sold by.
alL first-class Druggists in the U. S.
On next Monday (Saleday) we hope
fully look for a visit from all persons
indebted to this office who may be in
town.- There maybe some who can
not find. leisure to come in-on such
Mr. B. E.-Lovelace will call. Pay up
promptly, friends, and keep us waiting
no:longer. _ _
The best 5cts. Cigar in town at
NIGuIOUS.-Rev- Jno. Stout will
preach in the Baptist Church on Sun
<day next at 10) 1-2 o'clock, A. M., and
at 7 o'clock, P. M.
Albums-a handsome assortment' at
Y. M. C. A.--The attendance last
Sunday afternoon at the Young Men's
Chris:xan Asanniationn was very large.
A -ave DISwvERY. -Wet, rainy
weather is ealenlated to give people
the "blues," yet more- people "smile"
in this sort of *veather than at any oth
'The best assortmkent of French Can
dies in town at
PAID Ur..-Col. Dodamead, Superin
tendetofte G. &C. R.R., camfe up
to Newberry Thursday on a special
. train and paid the taxes and penalties
due by the railroad to this county,
amounting altogether to $2,661.85.
THOMPsoN~, Dentist, over Mower's.Store.
Fonts's Mixture or Liniment will
cnre all diseases requiring an external
remedy on man or beast. Ask your
druggist for it. -47-5t.*
THAKKSGIVING DA.-Thursday, the
29th, is appointed by the President and
also by Gov. Hampton as a day of
thanksgiving. There will be services
at 11 decleek in the&Methodist and
DEA'rH oF ROERr GARLINGTON.
This gentleman, well known to this
community as a Professor in the New
berry Callege before the war, died at
Rome, Ga. the17th alt. He was ana
tive of Laurens County; and was. a
scholar of high attainments.
If you want something nebby. go
and look at those new hats .otWright
& Coppock's. They have just received
a splendid assortment for men and boys,
and have priced them at figures within
the reach of all. They have various
styles, shades of color and qualities.
Thrash's consumptive cure is a sure
cure for consumption,bronchitis,eouIghs,
c~oMacr oup, asthma; restores lost voices
and all l1 - affections. &c. Call at
your Drug Stre and get a trial bottle,
50c., large size $1.50. For sale by Dr.
S. F. Fant.
Mr. Jno. C. Wilson, living about five
miles from town, near Cannon's. Creek
Church, had his blacksmith shop rob
bed of about thirty-five dollars' worth
of blacksmith and carpenter's tools al
few nights ago. He is after the thief
with a sharp stick.
PICTUR BOOKs.-Aunt Lula's Se
ries; Cinderella Series; Uncle Ned's
Series; Picture Alphabet; Mayor's Al
phabet; The Budget; My Pet Book;
My Primer; Mother Goose; Linen
Books, &c.-a very large assortment
for sale cheap at the Herald Stationery
ALMOst A FmE.-About half-past ten
o'clock Tuesday morning an alarm of
fire brought almost the entire popula
tion to the streets. It was a defective
fnein the third story over A. M. Bow
ers' store. We are glad to state that no
damage other than a big scare resulted.
Newberry is still without a fire engine.
JALAr.-Herbert Swittenberg, col
ored, on his return from the Fair, about
fifteeni miles from here, accidentally
shot himself in the thigh. Wound not
We regret to learn of the death of
Mr. Win. Davis, which occurred on
the 15th inst. at his home near Jalapa.
He was about 70 years of age.
A little eban aout knee hig-h to a
GENTS', LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
10 CASES JUST RBCEIVED.
Men's Arctics, - - - - $1 75
Men's Rubbers, - -75
Ladies' Arctics, - - - - 1 40
Ladies' Rubbers, - - - 50
Ohildren's, - - - - - 40
Call and get a pair at the Leading One
price Cash House of
47-1m. JONES & SATTERWHITE.
Ladies' Cloaks, Adelaides,Shawls, Nubias,
Children's Jackets, Ladies' and Misses'
Sacques, Children's Woolen Hose and a
beautiful selection of Woolen Goods, just
received and for sale at the usual low cash
47-2t. .JONES & SATTERWHITE'S.
LADIES' AND GENTS' KID GLOVES.
The only genuine Kids in Newberry are
to be found at the Leading One-price Cash
House of Jones & Satterwhite. You will
find plenty of imitations, but theirs only
are genuine. For Ladies, we have the
Josephine Seamless, at $1.50; for Gents,
the Coup Alexandre, at $2.0. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Imitations
50c. to $1.00.
47-1m. JONES & SATTERWHITE.
The undersigned having this day entered
into a copartnership, to be known as Jones
& Satterwhite, respectfully invite the pub
lic to a favorable consideration of their
stock in trade.
A. C. JONES,
D. S. SATTERWHITE.
?'ept. 1st, 1877--38-tf.
NATIONAL BANK oF NEWBERRY, S. C.
This Bank will be closed on Thursday
next, 29th inst., (Thanksgiving Day.)
All paper due that day must be paid the
day before. JNO. B. CARWILE,
Subscribers whose.paid time has ex
pired or is about running out are in
vited to renew. Those in arrears are
requested to settle at once, otherwise
we will give their accounts out for col
lection. Those who miss receiving the
HERALD will understand that one or
the other invitation has not been com
plied with. 48-3t.
The Messrs. Hampton, Agents for
Van Lindley's Nurseries, in North Car
olina, were around last week' distribu
ting trees ordered-through themr. From
present appearances Newberry is going
it pretty strong ~ on the fruit question.
One gentleman we know has-planted
trees in his front yard, back yard, gar
den and every other available place on
STATxONER.-A general variety of
stationery, such as paper, envelopes,
pens, pencils, inks,slates, visiting cards,
blank books, memorandums, diaries,
ink-stands, rulers, blotting pads, paper
cutters, files, rubber bands and rings,
backgammon boards, dominoes, &c.,
&c., for sale cheap at the Herald Sta
tionery Store. 48-tf.
THE. NEWBERRY BASS BAN met
and reorganized on Friday last. An,
election of officers resulted as follows:
Captain, John W. Taylor.
Sergeant, A. W. Hamiter.
Secretary and Treasurer, Edw'd J.
The boys will have home.teaching,
and they hope soon to make a first-class
as well as a permanent band, that will
be an honor to Newberry.
The handsomest Wall and Corner
Brackets in town at
Thanks are due Mr, Jas. 0. Mere
dith-the Helena plantist-for the finest
and largest Ruta Bagas (and the most
of them) which have found their way
to this office this Fall. Meredith's suc
ess in all garden and field crops is
wonderful, and we would like to know
how he manages to bring .about such
large results. The supply brought us
would have taken a premium at the
State Fair. ___
One of the most ingeniols inventions
of the day is Mason's Music Charts, by
the use of which any one, even a child,
can learn to play on piano or organ, in
tolerable style, in one day, and no pre
vious knowledge of music is necessary.
It is being introduced in the South by
A. C. Morton, of Atlanta. Read his
advertisement in our paper, and if you
doubt the claims, send for his circular;
it will fully satisfy you. We hope to
see the Charts shortly introduced here.
LANGLEY BROS.-The late hour in
which the advertisement of the gentle
men above named was handed in pre
vented our making any notice last
week. We take pleasure now in call
ing attention to it. Their specialty is
underwear for ladies and gentlemen,
which they manufacture of best mate
rial and in all varieties of pattern, and
as they give the price of every article
named in their line, there is no trouble
at all about sending an order. We
commend the Langley Bros. to the
public. ______ ___
ANOTHER RAILROAD LEVY.-County
Treasurer Whites is becoming famous
for levying on railroads. Thursday he
got through with the G. & C. and Sat
urday he levied on the property of the
Laurens Road. The taxes due the
County Treasurer by that road was
$22.50O. Penalties, costs, &c., now
make the amount $250O.27. Wouldn't
it be a good thing if the Treasurer
could have the road sold and the peo
pe of Newberry would buy it? And
then we could help Spartanburg and
Laurent to build their road.
How rr WoRKS.-We notice in the
list of delinquent lands a lot valued at
$20. The tax on tbat lot was twenty
cents. The owner surely could haves
paid that small amount; but he didn't,
and now in order to redeem his proper
ty he will have to pay the penalty, costs
of advertising, execution, &c., which
will run the amount up to about five
dollars. Several other lots valued at
$50 or $100 are delinquent. Fifty cents
or one dollar wvould h)ave paid the taxes.
There must have been some careless
ness, as well as inability to pay.
PERSONAL-Mr. C. C. Richardson,
of the popular Shoe House of White
head. Son & Co., Norfolk, Va., favored
us with a visit on last Friday, which we
regret was a very short one. Our ex
perience of Mr. R. is that he is a right
lever gentleman, a good drummer
and a capital driver of a two in hand
team. This latter accomplishment was
found out the past summer in a trip
from Spartanburg to Glenn Springs.
Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. Leach, wives
of Congressman Robbins and ex-Con
gressman Leach, of North Carolina,
are in Newberry, visiting their sister
Mrs. S. P. Boozer.
Mr. Jordan P. Pool has moved into
,~w hrioh~ hnii~ r~e~ntlv 6nkh~A
THE NEWBERRY NEw.-We have
but the space to briefly call attention to
the Prospectus issued by Messrs. R. H.
Greneker, Jr., and W. P. Houseal, of
their intention to give the citizens of
Newberry a new paper, the publication
of which will be commenced about the
1st of January. Wishing them success,
we commend them to a generous public.
Box PAPER.-A large and pretty va
riety of paper and-envelopes in boxes
for sale cheap at Herald Stationery
Now that the Holidays are at hand
everybody is on the look out for some
thing in keeping with the times, either
for a present to some friend or some
article of necessity or ornament for
home purposes We know of no house
better prepared to gratify the public
want than that of Messrs. Kingsland &
Heath, of Columbia, opposite the Col
umbia Hotel. There is no article in
China, Glass, Crockery or other ware
which they have not in store. In ad
dition to the useful housekeeping arti
cles, they have a full stock of beautiful
things suitable for Christmas and New
Year's presents. all of which are offered
at very reasonable prices. Orders
promptly attended to. 48-tf.
THE SECRETARY OF THE AGRICULTU
RAL AND MECHANICAL ASSOCIATION.
The man who does his duty does well
under all circumstances. It was our
own Governor, we believe, who said
that he was disposed to give credit to
Hayes, because in these degenerate
times he had, upon becoming President,
(it mattered not how,) done his duty.
While the worthy Secretary of the Ag
ricultural and Mechanical Association
was elected by no eight to seven . com
mission, but was the spontaneous choice
of the society, we think that a word in
his behalf will not be out of place here.
To his untiring zeal and energy in the
interest of the society the success of the
ninth annual meeting is largely attrib
utable, and we have always been ready
to award honor where honor is due.
We unhesitatingly say that the society
and the people owe to Col. T. W. Hol
loway a debt of gratitude which cannot
easily be repaid.--Register.
Mad. Demorest's Illustrated Portfo
lio of Fashions; St. Nicholas for the
Xmas Holidays. Call early at
HERALD STATIONERY STORE.
A. BIG LIBEL SUIT.-Col. Ellison S.
Keitt, of Newberry, has instituted suit
against the New York Times for libel.
The foundation of the suit is the follow
ing article that appeared in the Times
"A private letter received from South
Carolina states that Col. Keitt, of New
beriy, was arrested at that place on
Saturday last on the charge of bigamy,
and in defaiult of bail was held to await
the action of the Grand Jury. This
expose has created a sensation in South
Carolina, as the accused is a near rela
tive of the late Lawrence M. Keitt, who
igired so prominently in Congress
prior to the Rebellion, and is connected
with some of the best families of the
The basis of the above article wvas the
arrest of Tom Keitt on the charge of
bigamy. The Times seized upon this
eircumstanee and made it the occasion
to cast a slur upon the name of an hon
red Southern family. It will probably
pay dearly for its malice. Col. Keitt
ixes his damages at $50,000.
NEWBERRY COLLEE.-We heartily
endorse the following, from a Newberry
correspondent of the Charleston News
and Courier :
"Our Lutheran college, always a fa
vorite in this community, after its re
turn among us, has opened with grati
fing numbers. Its corps of professors
a~re a clever, dignified body of gentle
men, stamped in every lineament with
the high impress of refinement, polish
and culture. Mingling frequently
among our citizens at the close of col
lege duties, they take well in the com
munity, and are fast becoming favor
ites with our people.
The students are a mianly, healthy,
ine-looking body of young gentlemen;
from their conduct and bearing argumg~
well for the future of the State. They
are orderly, well-behaved, polite and
orteous, fully alive to the importance
of time and the commanding pcwer of
knowledge. They are evidently under
ine discipline, and fully responsive to
the honor of a high personal character,
to the fair fame and reputation of their
fostering mother, Newberry College,
and the high hopes the country has the
right to ~repose in the manhood and
culture of her sons."
REV. J. T. LAMA.-This eminent
divine, pastor of the Christian Church
in Augusta, Ga., preaened in the Chris
tian Church in town several nights last
week and Sunday morning and night.
His congregations durmng the week
were small, on aceount of the rain; but
Sunday morning and night he had good
audiences. His sermons were exceed
ingly interesting and instructive, clear,
simple and logical-abounding in senti
ments of broad Christian liberality. The
sermon Sunday night was designed to
explain some of the principal doctrines
of the Christian Church, and for this
purpose he used the Tabernacle erected
by Moses as the type of the Christian
religion. The Tabernacle was a tent
made of several layers of skins, not a
ray of sun-no natural light-could
enter it, thus being a type of the Church.
A thin veil divided this Tabernacle
into two apartments,.the Sanctuary and
the Holy of Holies. In the Sanctuary
were three objects: 1st, the Candle, with
seven candlesticks, originally lighted by
fire sent down from Heaven, and kept
perpetually burning. That was the light
of the Tabernacle, as Revelation is the
light of the Church. Hence they, the
Christian Church, have no "creeds" and
no "confessions of faith," only the Bible
itself. 2nd, The Shew Bread, which
was renewed every week, and this is
their type of Sacramental service every
Sabbath. 3d, The Incense, which was
the type of perpetual prayer. Outside
and adjoining the Tabernacle was the
Outer Court, enclosed. At the gate of
that was the altar for sacrifices, and
bbetween the altar and the Sanctuary the
layer where the priests washed their
hands, after offering sacrifice and before
entering the Sanctuary. From this type
they derive the doctrine: faith first,
then baptism, and then Church mem
bership. They believe in immersion as
the only proper mode of baptism,
The Christian Church is almost un
known among us. But in many States
its members are quite numerous-their
whole number in this country being be
tteen 500,000 and 1,000,000. They
ave colleges, periodicals and missions,
S aydrelorina in coninction with all
SOME OF THOSE POTATOES.-Smokey
Town in this County is becoming fa
mous. No week but some worthy
representative of that thriving section
drops in and refreshes us with cheering
tidings. The biggest candy pullings and
the most marriages take place there;
the biggest, fattest possums come from
Smokey Town, while her yellow-legged
chickens are superior to all others. We
record with pleasure this week the do
nation of a sample of those large pota
toes mentioned before but never seen
by us until now. Mr. H. M. Dominick
was the donor, while Mr. W. H. Long
acted as supercargo, two men being
required besides the four-horse team to
bring them safely to town. The pota
toes in question were the product of
one hill, and beat anything of the kind
we have ever seen. There is one other
among the many merits of Smokey
Town, and that is the quality of her
subscribers-they pay up splendidly and
scorn to borrow their reading, every
man reading his own paper, hence the
reason why they raise large potatoes,
and are otherwise so prosperous and
Cotton on Thursday and Friday last
took a slight upward tendency, but un
fortunately for the farmers, the weather
about the same time was taken with a
tendency downwards and leaked so
dreadfully that they could do no haul
ing. Whether the cotton buyers had a
hand in this is not known, it is supposed
though that they colleagued with the
clerk of the weather, who got on the
blind side of Jupiter Fluvius and old
Boreas, and hence the leak and wind.
These were the darkest days of the sea
son-the sky was black, merchants
looked blue and printers took consola
tion in overhauling the morals of the
devil. There was nothing doing except
in the Fluid Saloons. It was a liquid
occasion. The biggest dealers in dry
goods folded their arms and looked up
-at the dripping skies. The only hap
py people were those who had read
Wednesday's HERALD and learned that
Jones & Satterwhite sold rubbers at
smiling prices-they looked down and
took the mud, regardless of conse
quences, for their feet were encased and
damp proof. All this dripping time
cotton was up. Saturday the clouds
parted, and so did the lips of merchants
as the sun peeped out and wagons
crowded in. But alas, "a slip between
cup and lip"-there was a fall of an
eighth to a parter on the fleecy staple,
and we heard no one say, I am happy,
We regret to add that the decline in
cotton caused a large number of subscri
bers to decline paying their dues on
that . beautiful day. It is our earnest
hope that cotton will some day go up
and stay up.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
Ye hunter is abroad-game Is very
Visit on Wednesday from a drunken
The tax collector is getting some of
he bottom dollars now.
The S. C. and G. & C. R. R. will
arry immigrants free.
There is only one Baptist Minister
iving in Newberry County.
Either a calm or a storm-last week
dozen marriages, this week none.
P. S. Five since reported.
Mr. J. P. Pool has enclosed the old
otel lot with a substantial plank fence
ight feet high.
Christmas is less than a month off,
but the public don't know yet where to
o for Christmas Goods.
The littl~e folks are wide awake. It
s hoped that the merchants of New
berry are in correspondence with St.
The Herald Stationery Store will be
his headquarters for pretty books, blocks
nd a variety of other articles.
There is a manifest disposition on
the part of a majority of men to dodge
aying their debts. What are we com
There i~s one citizen in town who is
not going to vote for any man for In
tendant unless he is in favor of the re
peal of the cow ordinance. You bet!
The congregation of Bash River
hurch have secured the pastoral ser
vices of Rev. M. E. Broadus. He
preaches for them every first and third
Cotton only ten cents a pound and
he corn and bacon to make it not yet
paid for. Go for hog and hominy first,
e farmers, then- cotton. Remember
this next planting time.
The congregation of Mt. Zion Church
have made arrangements to have Dr.
James Furnman, of Greenville, preach
for them one Sunday in every month
for the ensuing year.
Get your job printing done at home,
where it can be done just as well and
as cheaply as abroad. Tbe merchant
nd the printer are in the same boast
nd each looks to the other for support.
A Jalapite became demoralized be
aase the tax collector sent for him the
other day. He feared there was an ex
tra tax on his cotton. There was joy
in his heart when he found his dear
otton had nothing to do with it.
If the readers of the HERALD need
something which will not only give
pleasure but prove a benefit to their
children, they are invited to examine
our stock of beautiful reading and pic
ture books. All kinds and all prices.
Notwithstanding the swell in the Sa
luda last Thursday Mr. John Willis
served his numerous patrons with good
meat on Friday morning. Neither
rain, hail, sleet, snow or floods can
stop this energetic meat purveyor., The
sun may fail to shine, but there is no
such word as fail with him.
On a dark and blustering night two
weeks ago a citizen of the town liad his
only fat hog lifted up through the top
of his stable and spirited away. Thurs
day night last was another favorable
night for such transactions, and the
IEALD local spent the long hours in
fear and trembling. Pleasant to report
to-day that that sausage meat is safe.
We regret to learn of the death from
erysipelas of Mr. Fred. J. Bowver's in
spning Maggfe dayes, wit reltiv, in
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A meeting of the trustees and friends
of Bethel Adademy has been called for
at the building on next Friday, at 2
o'clock P. M. Addresses will probably
be delivered by Rev. Messrs. Sligh,
Hough and Wingard. All are respect
fully invited to attend.
Rain, rain, rain, from the 21st to the
24th. The probable destruction of about
one-fourth of the cotton crop. Subtract
E this from the estimated 68 per cent. of
an average crop, and it leaves about 43
per cent.. or less than half. This tardi
ness of the cotton in opening seems to
demonstrate one of these two proposi
tions: either the planting must be
earlier, or fertilizers uscd.
Of the eight exhibitors from New
berry County at the recent Fair, four
were from this place; and, of the twen
ty-one premiums awarded, they received
seventeen. Every true citizen will,
from this, learn with peculiar pleasure,
that Pomaria, in spite of all the gloomy
surroundings of the present period,
bore on that brilliant occasion the ban
ner of the County. While grateful to
the few that won this proud position for
our native place, let us all determine
now to do what we can to aid such
efforts in the future.
Mr. Geo. M. Wilson has resumed his
school in the neighborhood of Mr. Levi
Bowers'. We regret to learn, however,
that the attendance is discouraging,
there being about only twelve, and that
too in a neighborhood peculiarly favor
ed as to both its topography and juve
nile population for a large and flourish
ing school. However difficult the times,
let us, if possible, remain true to the
educatonal interests of our children;
and, whilst conscientiously advocating
and practicing the most rigid economy,
not fail to exercise our very best judg
ment as to the proper objects of re
trenchment. If ever there was a time
when the State should assist in supply
ing the educational want of her people,
that time is the present.
A good many of our people, proba
bly considering the railroad charges for
transportation too exorbitant, last week
returned to the old method of wagon
ing to Columbia. The shipment from
this depot of former years, compared
with that of the present season, stands
in the ratio of about ten to one. No
doubt, the increased frade with our en
terprising neighbors of Prosperity and
the misfortunes of Pomaria have had
much to do with this disparity; still,
however, it seems too great. Without
designing any discussion of this subject,
or intending to pass any judgment either
"pro or con," we would simply remind
our people of the following indisputa
ble facts:-1st, That the railroad has
materially developed our section, and
still continues in a thousand ways an
incalculable convenience and advantage
which cannot be denied. 2nd, That the
fact of its being, as it were, a public
institution furnishes no reason whatever
why it should continue bestowing favors
without meriting something like them
in return; and 3rd, Perhaps nothing
human or inhuman should be considered
more detestable than a disposition to
take advantage of public institutions, or
to knock down and trample upon a
benevolent friend and former benefac
tor, simply because his straitened cir
cumstances no longer enable him to
ALL T HE FAMILY CAN BE RELIEVED
from the horrible plague of worms by one
25-cent bottle of Shriner's Indian Vermifuge.
It is meritorious. Try it.
Thousands use it, why hesitate?
JOY TO THE WORLD! WOMAN Is FREE!
Among the many modern discoveries look
ing to the happiness and amelioration of the
human race, none is entitled to higher consid
eration than the renowned remedy-Dr. J.
Bradfield's Female Regulator, Womn's Best
Friend. By it woman is emancipated from
numberless ills peculiar to her sex. Before
its magical power all irregularities of the
womb vanish. It cares whites. It cures sup
pression of the menses. It removes uterine
obstructions. It cures constipation and
strengthens the system. It braces the nerves
and purifies the blood. It never fails, as
thousands of women will testify. This valua
ble medicine is prepared and sold by 3. Brad
field, Atlanta, Ga. Price $1.50 per bottle. All
respectable drug men keep it.
SOUND AND WELL.
-ATLANTA, GA., Dec. 29, 1868.
Dr. J. Bradfield--Dear Sir :-I take pleasure
in stating that, some time previous to the late
war. I used, with the utmost success, on a
servant gii-l, your FEALE REGUI,ATOE, pre
pared then at Bradfield's Drug Store, West
Point, Ga. She had been suffering severely
from suppressed menstruation and this me'd
icine soon restored her to health. She is to
day living in Atlanta sound and well. I will
state farther, that I know of its being used
with equal success in other cases. I do not
hesitate to indorse your preparation for the
purpose for which you recommend it.
Yours truly, JNO. C. WHITNER.
For sale by Drs. S. F. Fant, Pope & Ward
law, W. E. Pelham and W. F. Pratt 4'7-2t
NEwBEE2RY, November 27.-Cotton firm
Number of bales shipped daring week, 642.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MA'RTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 9
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 10
Sides, C. R., New............ 11
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New......... Si
Sides, C. E., New........10
Sides, Long Clear........10
Uncanvassed IIams......... 14
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces...........15
Leaf, in Buckets............ 16
Granulated Standard..... .14
Coffee C.............-.... 12&
New Orleans Syrup. 90
New Orleans Molasses. 80
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hlyson........... 1 .- ..150
COF FE E
. Roasted or Parched...8SO 3.3
Best Rio............... 252 28
Good Rio........... . 2a 25
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP....................--- 6a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 16
FLOUR er b........... --.....8.00a10.00
CANDY. . -........-.-- ------1
ENGLISH SODA.........-.... 10
HOsFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM 3AKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE............- ...16 .
TBACCO.............. .-.... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg..... .......... ------4.00
ARR(@W TIES, per bunch........S
To the ladies of Newberry1
I RS. SOPHIA REDUS
Takes pleasure in announcing that she
has moved her stock of
Into her NEW STORE on the corner (Ho
tel site), where she will be happy to see her
friends and show them a
MOST BEIJTIFIJL STOCK
Of all goods in her line, and at low prices.
ef Orders will receive prompt atten
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
1 offer for sale a valuable plantation, ly
ing within two miles of Newberry Court
House, containing three hundred and forty
eight acres. Said plantation is well watered
and timbered and in a high state of culti
vation. Parties wishing to look at this
plantation with a view of purchasing will
apply to A. C. WELCH.
Nov. 21, 47-2t*.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
We offer for sale the plantation of Mrs.
Hillary W. Gary, lying about ten miles
above Newberry Court House, containing
five hundred and fifty acres, more or less.
The above valuable plantation can be treat
ed for at private sale, by applying to
A. C. WELCH, or
JOHN S. GARY,
Nov. 21, 47-2t.* Newberry.
THE WADE HAMPTON.
This beautiful, well made, heavy and first
class Cooking Stove has just been received,
and is offered to the public as low as any
Stove of its class can be bought in the up
country. Call and see before you purchase
elsewhere. W. T. WRIGHT.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
Notice is hereby given that the whole of
he several parcels lots and parts of lots of
eal Estate described in the following list,
r so much thereof as will be necessary to
ay the taxes, penalties aud assessments
harged thereon, will be sold by the Treas
rer of Newberry County, South Carolina.
t his office in the said count on the
irst Monday in December, A. D., 1877, un
ess said taxes, assessments and penalties
e paid before that time, and-such sales will
e continned frome day to day until all of
aid parcels, lots, and pat of lots of-Real
Estate shall be sold or offered for sale.
L. E. FOLK, A. N. C.
TOWNSHIP NO. 1.
John M. Cozymen, 4 acres, 1 building, val
Estate of Robert Caldwell, 153 acres, S
uildings, value $950.
Estate of Robert Scruggs, 80 acres,2 build
ngs, value $640.
Martha Thompson, 11lot, 1 building, value
$1Martha and Seabrook Thompson,11lot, val
Wmn. Turner, 11lot; value $50.
Cordelia. B. Webb,11lot, 3 buildings, value
Harrison Williams, 11lot,1ibuilding, value
HenryWilliams,!l lot, value $50.
Butle Wright, 11lot,!1 building, value $50.
Wright & Coleman,11lot, 1 building, vglue
Edward Young,11ot,1ibuildins,value $196.
Edward Milligan,11lot, 2 buildigs, value
CALDWELL TOWNSHIP, NO. 2.
Orlando H. Buzhardt, 346 acres, 6 build
ngs, value $2,970.
Win. Hatton, 97 acres, 3 buildings, value
John C. Spence, 130 acres, 5 buildings, val
John Calvin Wilson, 121 acres, value $600.
MAYBNTON TOWNSHIP, NO. 3.
Bynum & Maybin, 3 acres, 1 building, val
Lang Cromner, 3 acres, value $30.
Robert Curry, 35 acres, 1 building, value
James T. Douglass, 470 acres. 5 buildings,
Woodward C. Eison,120acres,2 buildings,
Rebecca Glenn, 200 acres,1building, value
CROMER'S TOWNSHIP, NO. 4.
Ellen J. Atchison, 100 acres, value $500.
Estate Ed. B. Ferguson, 200 acres, 9 build
ngs value $2,000.
Wi. Riser, 130 acres,! building, value $875.
George B. Tucker, 264 acres, 6 buildings,
Andrew and Win. Wallace, 940 acres, 3
uildings, value $5,000.
George F. Young, 595 acres, 8 buildings,
REEDER'S TOWNSHIP, NO. 5.
John Brooks, 100 acres, value $150.
FLOYD'S TOWNSHIP, NO.06.
Estate Moses Anderson, 1,250 acres, 8
uildings, value $10,000.
Charley Mart Gary, 550 acres, 7 buildings,
MENDENHALL'S TOWNSHIP, NO. 8.
James P. Blair, 72 acres,2 buildings, value
STONEY BATTERY TOWNSHIP, NO. 9.
Charles L. Gary, 40 acres, value $200.
Ransom Robb, 2 acres, 1 building, value
Edmund Sheely, 118 acres, -3 buildings,
Mattie Stone, 11lot, value $100.
David H1. Taylor, 100 acres, value $300.
Henry D. Talor, 14 acres, value $70.
Wiley Wise or Wyatt, 118 acres,1Ibuilding,
CANNON'S TOWNSHIP, NO. 10.
Jacob B. Suber, 100 acres, 3 buildings, val
Pierce Wicker, 2 acres, value $10.
HELLER'S TOWNSHIP, NO. 1U.
Dr. J. D. Cannon, 60 acres, 2 buildings,
Estate of Josehus Glymph, 300 acres, 6
uildings, value $,500.
Lilly Mary Riser, 20 acres, value $100.
Edwin M. Suber, 75 acres, value $500.
Madison Thomas, 4 acres, 1 building, val
Nov. 19, 1877-47-2t.
Confectioneries, Fruits, &c.
ONFECTIONE RIES, F RU IT S. N UT S,
CRACKERS, CANNED GOODS, PICKLES,
WORCESTERSHIRE AND OTHER
FRENCH AND PLAIN CANDY.
DESICCATED COCOANUT, GELATINE,
SEA FOAM, HORSFORD'S BREAD
EEDLESS RAISINS, STARCH, PARCHED
COFFEE, TEA, LAUNDRY SOAP,
FINE CIGARS, SMOKING AND CHEWING
TOBACCO, PIPES, &c.
H. A. BURNS'.
Sep. 26, 39-3m.
Pursuant to the order of James C. Leahy
as Judge of Probate, I will make a final
settlement of my accounts as Administrator
ofth Estateiof Margaret Chupp. deceased,
The undersfgned announces to his friend.
the removal of his
to the new, commodious and well-appointed
store room in the
Opposite the old Hotel site. He will con
tinue to keep, and will constantly make
fresh additions to a large, varied and well
selected stock of
PAINTS, OILS, VAR
Wines, Brandies, Liquors,
Lamps, Lamp Goods,
And will be pleased as heretofore to serve
the public with the BEST and PUREST
VERY LOWEST CASH FIGURES.
Buying for cash and dealing upon the
same sound basis, bargains throughout the
entire stock can be obtained at unpreceden
tedly LOW PRICES.
W. E. PELHAM,
" Iron-column Drug Store, "
Oct 17 42 tf Crotwell Building.
Ladies' and Gents' Uidetwear,
164 KING STREET,*
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Your attention is called to the following
ehoice line of Ladies and Gents' Undergar
ments at prices below competition. Our
goods are made from the best materials,
neatly finiahed on double thread machines
by expert operators. All orders promptly
executed and satisfaction guaranteed or
LADIES' PRICE LIST.
Plain Chemise Good Cotton, - - 0 50
3row corded bands, good cotton, - - 0
3 row corded or yoe band, Wamautta
cotton,- -------- - - - 100
Tucked yoke, 'Fruit' cotton, - - -1 00
Hamburg edge and inserting, 'Fruit' cot
ton,------ - --- ----115
Hambur edge and inserting tucked
front,' 'ut? cotton, beautiful, -1 35
Emibroidiery and tucks, ex.1fine cotton, 2 00
Edge and puffs, extra fine cciton, - 2 50
Good cotton, lYoke Tucked, - -$1 00
Good cotton, tucked ye, - - 1 25
Good cotton; tucked yoeand edging. 2 00
Good cotton, tucked ad inserting yoke
edging, - - - - - - -30
Wamsutta cotton, tucked yoke, - 2 00
Good cotton, edge and tucks, -- 0 80
Good cotton, ruffle and tucks, - - 075
Good cotton,bem and three tucks, -.0 60
Extra fine cotton, tucks and edge, -1 00
6 tuck and hem ne cttn, - - 00
Tucks and flounce, fine cotton, - -2 25
Londsdale cambric, 6 tucks, - - -1 00
Elegant Skirts, 15 tucks, fine cotton, 1 20
Cambric, -- $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2 50
Cambric, with edge, - - - - 1 00
Extra, with edge an'dpuffs, -- - 1 50
Superior, edging and inserting, -2 00
We manufacture, in addition to the above,
a variety of styles that space will not per
mttheir, inseton Linen odsAprons,
To measure for Chemise, send length of
band and around sleeve, also length. For
Night Dresses, lengthi of dress, sleeve,
around the bust and neck. For Ladies'
Drawers, around the waist and length. For
Toilet Sacques, same as Night Dresses. For
Corset Covers, around the waist and bust.
GENTLEMENS' PEICE LIST.
SHIRTS of all Linen from $3.00 to $5.00.
SHIRTS of Wsmsutta L. C., extra
fine Linen fronts, - - -- $2 50 es.
SHIETS of Wamisutta L. C., fine
Linnfronts - -2 00 ea.
Linen fronts, - - - - 1 75 ea.
SHIRTS of Wamsutta L. C., Linen
front (unlaundried), - - - 1 50 es.
PALM SHIRTS of Wamsutta Long
Cloth and fine Linen front,flish
ed except button holes and gus
sets, bands on sleeve, - - 1 00 ea.
JEANS DRAWEES. from 50 cents to 1 00 ea.
CANTON F. DRAWERS, from 75c. to 1 25 ea.
To measure for Drawers, send length of
inside seam. and around the waist.
a-Directions for measuring sent on ap
plication. Nov. 21, 47-Gm.
Will be sold, at the residence of Mrs.
Mary I!. Bo'and, deceased, near Prosperity,
on Thursday, the 13th day of December,
the following Personal Property, viz:
Three Head Cattle.
Corn, Wheat, Oats and Fodder.
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Terms of sale cash.
J. B. WATTS, Adm'r.
MRS. RHODY WATTS, Adm'x.
Nov. 21, 47-3t*
TO THE FARMERS.
We would respectfully call your atten
tion to our facilities for furnishing
LIKE FOE AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES.
While we furnish Lime of superior quality
for building, etc., we make a specialty of
knowing full well the needs of the farmers
of this section of country.
We are prepared to furnish Lime in any
$7.50 Per Ton,
On cars at Gaffney's, S. C. For further in
formation or.orders for Lime, address J. N.
MARTIN & CO., Newberry, 5.0C.
Or STYRON & LYNN,
Limestone Springs, S. 0.
Oct. 10, 41-12t.
PLANTATION TO RENT
The different plantations belonging to
the Estate of Henry Burton, dec'd., will be
rented to the highest bidder at Newberry
C. H., on 1st Monday in December.
W. M!. DORROH,)
C. D. BURTON, ~.Executors.
J. D. PITTS,
Nov. 14, 46-St.
All persons having demands against the
estate of Hayne D. Reid, deceased, will rn
~,. *I~n, ;n ,wnrhprlq sttA~t~d to the under
Dry Goods, Groceries, Pc.
Dest louse for arainsI
I have iw a f u1 and complete stock of
goods such as are generally kept in a coun
try variety store, and am ready to sell to
Farmers and others
At as Low Prices as any other
And for the reason that since I had the
misfortune of being burnt out in April last
I have refited the Sores where I first es
tablished myself in 1857, and by
that change have lessened my
expenses in the way of
And will now give my customers
THE BENEFIT OF IT.
Goods bought of me have always been
found as represented, and as cheap and
cheaper than any bought in this or any
neighboring city, whatever any one else
may say to the contrary notwithstanding, '
as I do not offer any one ARTICLE AT
COST OR UNDER and then make up the
loss on something else.
I OFFER ALL OF 3Y 003DB AT A VERY
SKALL P FIT.
All I ask is a fair trial and you will be
My goods were selected with the utmost
care in the markets of Boston, New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, and realizing
the fact that my store is not convenient,
but somewhat out of the way, I now offer
extra inducements in the way of Bargains.
I make no enumeration of the different
articles, but simply say that I have every
thing in the way of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Thankful for the confidence reposed in,
and for the liberal patronage bestowed up.
on me the past twenty years, I respectfully
ask a continuance of the same.
GEANITEUR S rG, . 8n'H@B
AND DBrJ. AT YAUFACIU B
PICm TO nUrAUK
I will open in a few days alo of "Ladies'
and Misses' FINE SEWED, .and .PEGGED
SHOES of every description, all of which I
will sell at very low prices. Also, a few
pairs of Gents' FINE SEWED BUGES.
at my Brick Yard-CHEAP FOR CASH.
Nov. 7, 1877-46-tf. -
Wnstches, Clocks, Jeeirp*..
At the lNew Stere en HotelLet;
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWERY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECZACLES AND SPEWCL CASED,
WEDDING AIBO BIRThDAY PRE.SEITS.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND
Will keep a full supply of
Single and Double Seat
DOG CARTS, Les, oi hand,
PUT UP TO ORDER'
any in the latest styles and best material
AT LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Will also keep a supply of good and
OLD BUGGIES and CARRIAGES BEN
OVATED and made to appear equal to new.
Repairing done with neatness and de
FroDting Jail, at Webb's old stand.
J. TAYLOR & 00.
Oct. 10, 41-8m.
3.,B, LEONAD & C,,
Corner of Pratt A Nance Streets,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Whalesale and Ratai1 Delers in
Of best brands and warranted.
French and American
CON FEC TIONERTES,
IN LARGE VARIETY.
Together with SHELF GOODS for FAMILY
Mar. 28, 18-ly.
LAND) FOR SALTE.
I will sell, under Foreclosure of Mortgage,
on Sale-day in December next, that lot of
land situate and being ig the County of
Newberry, near the village of Helena, con
Three and Seven-Eighths
n bounded by lands of George Leonhirth.