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W EDNESDAY, JAN. 16, 1878.
INr:x To NEw ADVE-T1SEMENTS.
J. C. Leahv-Citation.
B. B. Fr.zier-Notice.
Jas. F. Todd-Removal.
A J. Ki!zorc-For Sale.
). B. Wheeler-Si-ritT's Salei.
.HeraiH Store-M1!e s Almanacs.
S. P. Booz-r-W.:gors, Wazons.
Wr'grI'& J. V. C,pock-Clothfig.
C F. Jackson-Dry Goods and1 No-3ons.
S PECTA , XOT TCE.-uines.< no
ties in tit7s-cl cOIw are inso-rte<d t'
the rate of 15 ccnts per line cach insCr
c.s, r of -.c(pee!t, &. ar ;i4"rrYI
Koiec.; of' (aihuin!1.-tnton , at' oi.er
leg'& noics oliirir, tribute.* of re
~spec'tau notices of m2nclings. <as cl a.
comn2unixt)O. of a )erson1dft ciaractcr
tnwt be pa:. In i'~n a(4lranr'c.
T !ub.(cription pric of hILraW<
is -. (for twee ,woth, i-1.25 for six
moth,75 t?cntzs for three aontis and
25 cents for one ?m2nth i alcaucc.
Names in futurc will not be p1tWc< on
tie sub.CrIptIon boon util the cas-h or
its equicaltci is paid.
The reader is requested to notice whe
ther the RED , MARLK is on his paper
or not. If there it means one or two
things--that the paid time is just out,
and a renewal in order, or that the sub
scriber is in arrears, and a settlemcnt is
asked. If the paper fails to reach you
after this the reason will be apparent.
RELIGIOUS.-The Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper will be administered in
the Presbyterian Church on next Sab
THANKS.-Col. S. B. Pickens, Gen.
Passenger and Ticket agent of the S.
C. R. R. Co., will accept our thanks for
favor conferred for the current year.
Do not fail to get a bottle of Foutz'
Mixture or Liniment. It is the very
thing you need for rheumatism. It
never fails to cure. 52-4t.
HURRAH FOR PROsPEmTrt.-Out of
five hundred 'and nine votes cast at
Prosperity at the late election in this
County for a Representative,.fur Aun
dred and nincty-four were cast for tlge
THOMpso\, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
Ex-School Commission er, Long, coun
termands the notice made last week of
public schools opening. The new school
commissioner, Rev. J. C. Boyd, will
soon announce the time of opening.
Buy BUIsT's GARDEN SEEDS. Are
perfectly reliable-fresh stock can be
had at DOCTOR PRATT'S
2-tf Drug Store.
On Tuesday last the chimneys both
of Mr. Joseph Brown and of Messrs.
Crawford & Hardy took lire. They
adjoin. The day before the Simmon's
house narrowly escaped fire. An en
gine is needed.
.The leader of low prices in the city
of Columbia, Mr. C. F. Jackson, has
been reading Shakspeare lately, and
quotes a text which is as sound as a big
silver dollar. Jackson is a safe leader,
and the reader is guaranteed that a
plunge into his tide will be pleasant
~JAS. F. TODD respectfully announces
to his frienids and customers that he has
removed his stock of Groceries and
Family Supplies to
THE BALTIMORE CORNER,
where he will be happy to serve them
with all goods in his line. Fresh and
seasonable goods constantly received,
DIsCOVERED AT LAST.-We hnow it
is said that Consumpution can't be cured,
but we say Thrash's Cousumptive Cure
will cure all Lung Affections. Why
should we be affected with a disease
and no remedy given ? Try one bot
tie. Trial 50c., large $1.50. Sold by
all druggists. For sale by Dr. S. ..
TOwx ELECTION.-The following is
the vote for Intendant and four War
dens, January 8, 1878:
For Intendant-J. P. Pool, :351.
For Wardens-Ward 1-L. M. Speers
Ward 2-Peter Rodelsperger, 28G.
Ward 3-Alan Johnstone, 292.
Ward 4-G. S. Mower, 245.
The building committee of the New
berry College are experiencing the pa
per publisher's difficulty in collecting,
each subscriber considering only the
smallness of his or her subscription.
The committee showv how it hurts. It
is just so with newspaper men, with
this difference that the latter say noth
ing about it, but "let concealment like
a worm in the bud feed on their dam
ask cheek," ah.
READERS', BEAR IN MIND :-Poctry is
the flower of literature. Prose is the
corn, potatoes, wheat and meat. Satire
is the hartshorn and agua fortis. Wit
is the sp)iee and pepper. Love letters
the honey, candy, cake and sugar; and
the letters to Editor's containing remit
tances of back indebtedness or subscrip
tions for the future, are the apple
dumplings of the San.etum Editoriami.
Please forward a few
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.-(Godey for
February is already received, and a
glance inside calls forth an exclama
tio of delight. The engravings arej
Cleariiig Out Sale !!
TlE1 LATEST AND BEST'
Jones & Satterwhite
The Leaders of 1,w Prices
HAVE COM! ICED THEIR GRAND
CLELGLNG OUT SALE
Of 1Lil and Wititer Stock of
Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, IHts, &c.
And Tili c i:mu friIm day to (aV
uutil it is disp.e 1 of.
COAT soolCOTEM 5 et1.
Other good's correspondingly lu v.
JONiS & SATTERWill.
Measure taken and satisfac
tion guaranteed for the
1Lc r i f $2 [ch!!
A ull line of Ward's Furnishingf
Goods a1ways in stock, quali
ties guarantced to be the
VERY BEST. at the
Leading One Price Cash House of I
SOLE AGENTS, at .
NEWBERRY. C. I. S. C.
dec 18 51 Im11
The Newberry iERALD gives its read
ers thirty-two columns a week, or six- s
teen hundred and sixty-four columns a
year, for only $2 a year. It is worth
to the County twice that amount if only
for the local information furnished.
Every man in the County should be a I
subscriber, and if each subscriber would
ask his neighbor who is not taking the ti
paper to subscribe, we would soon be e
able to make a splendid report. Now r
is the time to subscribe. t
DIABOLICAL -Dr. S. G. Welch has e
sustained a serous loss in the death of
his fine gray buggy horse, which was t
shot a few days ago, while grazing on i
his plantation. The doctor has strongi
grounds of suspicion, and waits for suf
icient proof to convict the guilty party. I
AT HERALD STORE.
AT HERALD STORE.
MOVEMENTS ALONG THE LINE.-Mr. '
Jas. M. Workman has moved from the
Boyd place, two miles above the New
berry and Laurens line, to his planta
tion in this County on Little river.
Mr. John. A. Workman has mioved ~
from the last named piace to his Clarkt
place, on Simamons creek, just on the
line of the two Counties.
Mr. W. A. Boyd has moved from the
Sallie Young place to the Boyd place
both in Laurens.
And Col. J. Wash Watts from Mar
tin's Depot, Laurens County, to the Sal
lie Young plaece. S
ICE DR~OPS-The slippery condition b
f the ice covered streets on Wednes- b
day last, caused
Mr. Itichard C. Chapman to fall, the e
back part of his head striking with such
force as to show hinm more stars than he
ever saw before in his life.
Thos. S. Moorm.w, Esq., likewise
found Jordan a bard road to travel, on
that occasion, as did alsos
Mr. Paul Johnstone, who found it as P
asy as falling from a log. Damage
Rev. T. G. Herbert, we regret to say,
sustained a painful injury in the sprain
ing of his right wrist.
MA1uKET SQUARE.-Saturday night P
at this lace witnesses many scenes.
Last Saturday night, said a tall white
yed darkey, with a long tailed coat. all C
buttoned down before, "Mister, got b~
some beef?" "Yes," said the beef-man.
"Cut me off dar four pounds." The n
four pounds was cut off, when the above
mentioned darkey grasped it, as he did I
so the beef-man demanded the money.
Ihere was a sudden disappearance, and b
the cry of "police" was heard. There
as a pursuit. The beef fell on the t
ayside, and that darkey's coat tail e
stood straight out as a shingle. The r
last seen of him both tails of his coat
as gone, as he flew over College Hill.
A GENTLE HINT.
In our style of climate, with its sud- h
den changes of temuperature,-rain, C
wind and sunshine often intermingled
n a single day,-it is no wodrt a
our children, friends and relatives aret
o frequently taken from us by neglect
d colds, half the deaths resulting di
eetly fro~m this cause. A bottle of
Boshee's German Syrup kept about 0
your home for imme&iate use will pre
vent serious sickness, a large doctor's l
il. andl perhapDs death, by the use of
:hree or four doses. For curing Con- e
;umtion, H-emorrages, Pneumonia, Jti
Severe Coughs, Croup or any disease of a
the Throat or Lungs, its success is sim-g
py wonderful, as your druggist will 1:
tell ~ (4~'rman St-rn n now ~nld in 1
A misapprehen6ion exists in the minds
of a few persons that the Newberi y
IER-ALD and the Newberry News are
published in one interest. How such
an impression originated we are at a
loss to know. The papers are separate,
and distinct, are issued from different
ffices, and by different publishers, and
re in no wise connected. We wish
his particularly understood that no mis
akes or con0fuisioll may occur. Those
laviIg bu-'-;ness with the Herald will
Dlease remember this, and either ad
.ress the proprietor, Tiios. F. Gi.ENE
KER, or call at this offi<e ; while those
iaving business with the News will pur
;ue the same course in regard to that
Others again think that we are about
o withdraw from the control and pub
ication of the IIjerald. This is another
rror, and an absurd one. We have no
uch idea, on the contrary we will devote
)nr whole energies and means in mak
ng the paper even more acceptable to
he people of the county, and all we
tsk in return is a continuation of the
ame kind appreciation heretofore ex
'iinomos GiVEN AWAY.-A pair of
hoi-e 6x8 chromos is given free to
very reader of this notice who will
end fifteen cents (postage stamps taken)
or a three months' subscription to
EIsUHE hoUs, a large 16 page family
iper, filled with the best stories,
ioetry, etc., by the ablest writers. The
>apers sent will contain the opening
hapters of a charming story entitled,
Holden With the Cords," by the author
f "Shiloh ;" "My Winter in Cuba,"
tc. In order to make known this pub
cation to all, the publishers, J. L.
atten & Co., 162 William Street, New
ork, offer the above subscription at
bout half price, and also give free
uch a beautiful pair of chromos as will
dorn any dwelling. Double value of
ioney is guaranteed to all who send.
1,500 in prizes is given free to agents.
The Rev. W. P. Meadors, junior me
podist preacher on this circuit, preach
d his firs sermon in town last Sunday
ight. Those who heard him, say that
icy were much pleased with his first
ffort at this place.
Mr. J. C. Counts has moved out into
Le country about one mile, and Mr.
Vitherspoon of tile Standard, moves
ato the house vacated by him.
The past week was so inclement very
ttle tradd was done. Wednesday the
enil.es were out skating, many of
mem from a perpendicular soon landed
n a dead level. Boys, remember
Cold weather for Court thought we
n beholding a crowd on their way
ednesday to Newberi; to attend a
'rial Justice's Court, for the adjustment
f etain difficulties. Sic transit.
Prayer meetings are held on Friday
ights in the Lutheran church, by the
city of the different churches, and Rev.
.C. Boyd delivers a short lecture at
a~ch meeting. The Rev. Mauldin of
'illiamston heing in town laist Friday
iht delivered a short but timely lec
ire to the meetmng. *
'OVEm nY FLAT ITEMS.
Several mad dogs were killed in this
icinity last week.
Poverty Flat, in addition to her other
-oubes, is badly in the mud.
Mrs. Jesse Dickert movedl into our
ction the 11th inst.
Mr. John Preston Cromer has moved
ack to his former home in this neigh
There was a great sLir among the
>!oreCd people last week, moving to
A goedly number of home raised hogs
-ere butchered in this setion last week.
The number of babies born in this
ction accounts in part for our great
The grain crop looks bad, the hard
eeze ha:ving hurt the stand.
Potatoes are rotting in the banks.
The friends of Mrs. F. D. Graham
ti be pleased to learn that she is im
roving slowly, after ten weeks of se
An effort is being made to get the old
ottswood P'ost Office re-opened in this
There is no stealing in this section
othing to steal.
Mr. C. Y. Pool is now living in New
We understand that Mr. Redding,
e contractor from Charlotte, has form
such a favorable opinion of Newber
f, that he intends to make it his future
Mr. Win. Johnson left Wednesda y
r New York and Philadelphia, to lay
a supply of hardware for his firm
oppock & Johnson.
Miss S. M. Dawkins of Spartanburg,
rriv,ed here Saturday, and proceeded
Beth Eden, where she has been en
aged to take up a school.
We are pileased to .notice the return
Mr. S. K. Dick, one of our most
opular cotton buyers, after a brief ho
dny trip to Rome, Ga.
Mr. J. W. Ainger, the intelligent tray
ling agent of that sterling journal,
i Electic Magazine, favored us with
call la~st week, just as the paper was
oing to press, and consequently too
ite for honorable mention then. The
eleetie is worthy a lar~e patronage.
A,':)T THLE1 TOWN AND COUNTY.
Notes and accounts mostly unsettled.
A little beautiful snow sinc last re
Sleet and ice a little heavier, then
Rain in abundance, with the usual
Two irrepressible young men went
out in search of thick ice to skate.
The slippery condition of the side
walks before the rain caused not a few
slips, and several severe falls, and one (
or two )ood voung imen said Ua<l words.
Newberrv is once more in hor cle- t
ment-mud. Some portion3 of Main
street are fearful to contemplate.
Sunday was so inclement that the
churches were not filled. Circus tents I
are filled u1nder worse circumstances.
The steps leading to Trial Justice
Carlisle's offce, remind one of a tree
swarming with black birds. So busy
is the JUStHiC' th:at he cant find time to
say his prayers.
A subscription list went the rounds
last week, the object of which was to
raise funds to buy an overcoat for
a shivering brother. The HERALD
subscribed enough to buy the buttons.
Did you read in the Herald last week
of the tremendous pounding given Rev.
Marion Boyd, and other preachers, at tj
Rock Hill ? Why cannot Newberry S,
see that and go one better.
I-The last link is broken that bound a
us to thee" oh, subscriber in arrears.
We cannot send the Herald any longer
without the cash.
Newberry has a new set of city fa- li
thers now, and we hope they act a kind h
and fatherly part to the poor orphans. tt
The old Council deserve a hearty
well-done, good and faithful servants. ft
Wednesday last was the murkiest, P
sloshiest, and for the most part the d
slickiest da' this season.
A larger number of subscribers re- E
newed their subscriptions last Monday a
than during any single day before. The 0
number of new subscribers was also
Mr. Jas. McElhany, living in the up
POr part of this county, had all of his
meat stolen from him Saturday night.
"EAST TY WAY OF THE WEST."- 0'
Among the legion of new books that '
have appeared, most worthy of men
tion is that of the late Bishop E. M. b
Marvin, D. D. The author gives vivid ~
and graphic descriptions cf what he g
saw in heathen lamds, during his mis
sionary travels around the world. To- 2
ether with this is included interesting n~
scenes of travel and sight-seeing in A
Turkey, Greece, Rome, Italy, France,
Germany, England, &c. i
This is no ordinary book, and the late v<
Bishop could not have written such a se
work, if he had not possessed a mind ti
of uncommonly clear p.erceptions, sound bh
judgment, and poetic and imaginative ni
powers of a high order. a:
No one can arise from a perusail of a
this work without feeling that he has b:
obtined an enlarged view of the mis- te
sion field, while his pulse will beat ct
stronger for the success of the noble a
band of missionaries now engaged in It
planting the banner of Christ in hea- tIl
It is a book that no one wearies with c~
reading. There is a wonderful fascina
tion in the style. The learned and un- he
learned alike are entertained by it. g,
The author only describes what he saw,a
and reports it without prejudice or ex-a
Copies can bec obtained at our Book ai
REV. LUTrER BRoADUS.-The fol- t
lowing complimentaty notice of the
newv Pastor of the Baptist Church here,
is clipped from the Ninety-Six Guctr- Il
din. Our people here, of all dlenomi- B
nations, welcome Mr. Broadus among ~
them, and we hope he will find New- x
berry a pleasant home: t12
"This gentleman, who has been for h
two years the pastor of the Baptist of
church at this place, has removed to ki
Newberry to fill the pulpit of that bi
church. We attempt no flattery when
we endeavor to give expression to our
regret at the loss which this community h<
has snstained by Mr. Broadus' depar
ture. It does not become us to speak.
of his paistoral relations. Suffice it to ~
say that be fulfilled those sacred duties wV
to the full letter of requirement and to as
the satisfaction of his flock. Personally, ~
his popularity was great with all,
classes. HeI added greatly to the so
cial and intellectual pleasures of the st
town, and this loss is a severe one. w
Mr. Broadus is a gentleman of d5
mrked ability, of fine intellectual en
dowments, high educational attain-t
ments, and withal a fine and manly di
bearing, which will commend him to lo
the citizens of his newv home. New- ~
berry's gain is our loss. But wherever
he goes, our kindest wishes for his hap
piness and prosperity and the good will b:
of this people will go with him. We le
shall miss him from among us. and th:
again we say we deeply regret his re- ar
moval from our midst." t
One of the most bewilderingly at- ~
tractive stores in tbe city of Columbia th
is that of those popular China and m
Crockery dealers, Messrs. Kingsland pl
& IIeath. We dloubt if the most close s
listed man or woman on top) the green si.
earth could go in and look at their stock
without purchasing something. They
might fight against it, but the temptation
would prove irresistible, and if they
did not invest in some useful article ~
they would certainly in something or-N
namental. Their establishment may Ci
well be called a Noah's Ark on a mod- Cr
eri plan-it being supplied with every El
article that the human family needs in
their particular line, with a few things if
beside adapted to the wants of the rest
of mankind. tf
[From 1he 11H:ERALD Extra, 91 h inst.j
ELECTIION RETU il
FOR RIEPR E' SCH 1 1
SFNTA1iIVE COM R.
ewberry, Box 1 229 5161 726
2 . ):3 3 18 5--9
ribson's Store,... 83 68 1 .51
rly m phvi8le, ..7 .
Iaybinton,... ..... 68 79
Vhitmires,........ 82 15
alapa ...............90 201
,ongshore's,. ..... 125 1
Villiams.... ...... 103 41) 149
Orosperity,....... 44 15 1.97
Oomaria,............. 80 59 1
otal.........1G77 1590 0215
mjority ........ 87
There were a few sp'attering VOLCS
for IV. INL Dorroh, as Representative;
nid 46 for Jno. A. Chapmafl, and 1 for
lS. Boozer, for School Commissioner.
We indadvertently oniitted to express
ic great gratification of Pomaria in
ic return of lier che,&ished citizens,
hos. V. Wicker, Esq., and family, to
leir aleyi-ance and first love-the
fenes of their youth. ale was pleasek
'ith Williarmston; nnl expects to 'snin
i[r' there, but 'winter' here.
With rearet we record the loss to Po
aria of one of her Promisin tizens
tizens, Mr. William Hipp, whand Al, t
ist Wednesday for Ninety-Six, where
1e obtains employment as a millas
Our young gentlemen are still man
ily deckin, themselves "in all the
ride, rand pomp, and circumstance of
nestic war." The last recruiting
as Mr. John M. Koon and Miss M2ary
Ballentine, by the Rev Mr. Slig h,
the bride's residence, on the evening
the 10th inst., at 6 a m alock.
The happy party, who M Pomaria
3gs to congratuate, set ost, togeher
ith a few friends, the next day, on a
ridle tour - Y private conveyance
.mewards around by St. Paul's.
Amidst the appy reflections of this
teasio1, intrudes the solemn truth, that
iTlhe exitpo eachy whiant tomiatri
oithal honor fromds the seta onle
Amieds, the vapyrfetions our she
akers grows more thin and shaky-leg-.
There was a dancing party of about
5 young people at Mrs. Margaret Ki
2rd's on the evening of the 12th inst.
11 enjoyed themselves.
A few days ago, we discovered, on
quiry, that our people had a most fa
>rable opinion of the honesty of this
~etion, one gentleman even reporhing
at the negroes in his neighborhood
id become so strictly anti-kleptomna
tac that "it was barely possible now
17 more to p)revail upon them to eat
potato, even when most temptingly
iked." Indeed so much so, as sorely
'inconvenience such as have been ac
stomned to furnish these esculents as
p)ortiou of the diet of their laborers.
is, therefore, with peculiar sadness
at we now chronicle thle following
uses of theih
Meal and sugar from Dr. L. C. Kib
r's kitchen, Gth inst.; about 100 lbs.
>ur from Mr. Jas. Wicker on the 5th;
hog and about 75 lbs. of flour from
tpt. John F. Banks on the 30th alt.;
id two hogs from Mr. Gco. A. Counts
short time since. It will be noticed
at all these are in the same r. eighbor
>od-a good clue to the perpetrator.
A veritable mad-dog made a savage
road into tile house-premises of Mr.
.C. Busby, eight miles north of Po
aria, a few days ago. Some of t he
mily narrowly escaped a biting, and
ere was a general melee with one of
s dogs. Th9 mad canine, which made
F too rapidly to be killed here, wa
lied a fewv miles beyond. Mr. B. has
s dog in "durance yile," awaiting
~velopments. With great horror we
~ar of the return of this terror.
Absolutely nothing can be more pleas
g to us than the cheerful alacrity with
bich our industrial population are
ain shouldering the heavy burdens of
other year. The last one left the
-eat majority of them weary with un.
ited efforts to get even with the
orld ; hut still in the detestable con
tion of debtors. If they had plead
e failure of those efforts, had become
sheartened, and had let their hands
se their skillful <:unning, we would
tve had less to admire, it is true ; but
thing much to censure. But thread
re, and weary, and generally penni
ss with an unsatisfied past behind
em, the rigors of a winter upon them,
ino friendly arm for the future, they
ke up the great burdens of life with
ore than manly submission, cheerful
~ss and bravery. May the Ruler of
e seasons, aad the Rewarder of such
ircorded heroism as is herein dis
aying, smile propitious, and pour out
chi a blessing upon these friends diir
g the coming harvest "as that there
all not be room to contain i
NEwBERRiY, S. C., Jan. 12, 1878.
List of advertised letters for week ending
nuary 12, 1878:
itler, Miss Carie Hlolt, Prof. J. H.
mce, Mrs. Susan Hlelstock, Mrs. Sarab
bb, Mrs. R. A. Egvjn Rev. . C.
aft, Miss Mary a Bets
omer, WV. C. Raymond, Chas.
oper, M. Sa ber, Ivy 3.
kinis, Ilarvr G. Ward, T. C.
Parties callng for leU ers will please say
avertised. R. WV. BOONE, P. .
Price 50 cents per box, sent free.
R wIMrEno Jnly 27 1874.
WITHOUT A PARALLEL-The demand for
Dr. .1. Radfield's Female Regulator is heyond
precedent in the annals of popular remedies.
Orler- cme in 4 thick and fast that the Pro
piictor has heretofore been unable to fill them
ll. IIe is happy to -;tate that arrangements
ar..! n.w cnip-te by which he is prepared to
m:ma.acture Femae lgula"tor on a scale
equal t" the emergency, and the pnblic may
feel nssured that their wants may now be
supplied. Phicians of high repute are, using
this greait rercdy, in daily practice, all over
Georgia. Hereafter no woman need suffer
from suppresred, suspended or irregular
;au-ntrudition. This vailibleC meic(iC iS
prepared )y Dr. J. Br:lield, A:Iarta, Ga.,
and sold at 51 50 per bottle by respectable
dr-gg:ti throughout America.
HEARTY BLOOMING WIDOW.
MA R1 ETT A, GAt., AMarch 9, 1870.
Mesrs. Bra'ield & Co.-G-ntlemen-You
w'il ple:.e ship us'another supply of your in
valuable FEMALE REGULATOR, ;n( forward
biI by rai We ara happy to state that
this remerly g.-s be:tr satisfaction than
any artic'c ne sell. We have been selling.
i:: since 1868, and witnessed many remarkable
c.ires by it. Among others, there was a lady
fl-iend of ours who was sallow and sickly
until she was twenty-six years old, when she
was married. Her husband lived two years
::nd died. She continued in had healhh ; in
fact, she has never been what a woman
oilght to be. A f-v months after the death
of her husb:nl, she saw your advertisement,
an! c:nne to our store and uought a bottle of
your Regulator from us, and took it accord
ing to directions. It has cured her sound
and well, brought her regular monthly pe
riods on, and to-day she is a hearty blooin
in- widow-with the use of but two bottles
of your Regulator, costing her only three
dollars, when she had tried several physicians
and spent a great.deal of money without any
benefit. Wishing you great success with
your valu.ible remedies,
We are, respectfully yours, etc.,
W. ROOT & SONS.
For sale by Drs. S. F. Fant, Pope & Ward
law, W. E. Pelham and W. F. Pratt 3-20
THIRTY YEARS AGO SHRINER'S I.
dian Vernifuge destroyed and expelled
worms where they existed, to the sat;sfaction
of every one who used it. We guarantee it
to do the same to-day.
NOW AND THEN.
It is only now and then that such men as
Hn. Alex. 11. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith and
Ex-Gov. Brown (,t Ga., endorse a medicine
f,r throat and lungs, and when they do it is
piet.y good evidence that the remedy must
be good for the cure of coughs, colds and
lung affectons. They recommend the GLOBE
FLOWER COUGH STRUP, and their testimo
nials are to be seen round the ten cent sample
b>ttles of the Globe Flower Syrup, for sale
by all druggists in Ncwberry. A sample
bottle reliaves the worst cough and will
care sore throat. Regular size bottles, fifty
A VERY GOOD REASON.
The reason why only one sample bottle of
MERRELL'S IEPATINE for the Liver will be
sold to the same person, for ten cents, by
our Druggists, is because of the enormous
erpense o importing the Hepatine into this
cou-vr.": uut as there are fifty doses in the
large s:ze bottles, it seems two cents per dose
is cheap enough af(er all for a medicine that
cures dysrepsia and liver complaint. All who
hae not had a sample bottle are entitled to
one for ten ets. at all drug stores in New
berry. Three doses relieve any case of dys
pepsia, constipation, indigestion or liver comn
plaint, in the world. Regular size bottlcs,
iify doses, S1.00.
07 10 CENT Sample Bottles AIERRELL'S
IIEPATINE for the Liver, and GLOBE FLOWER
COUGH SYRUP for the Throat and Lungs, at
ali drug stores in Newberry. 42-6 mos.
AYER'S AMERICAN ALMANAC IS
now ready for delivery by the drug
gists, and we are free to say that we
have re-ad this welcome visitor with
satisfactiou and profit. It contains an
astonishing amount of information
which is useful to cverybody, and
shows how to treat nearly all the dis
eases from which people suffer. It
invariably recommends the best retn
adies to be employed, irrespective of
Aver's Family Medicines. and fur
nishes, indeed, the best medical ad
viec by which a great majority of
ailments can be treated successfully.
The anecdotes, witticisms and jokes
are the best compilation that comes
under our notice, and the book is a re
freshing' contribution to our enjoy
ments every y'ear.-St. Clair Observer.
ECONOM1Y IS WEALTH,
Poor Richard says. If this be true, then it
is wise in every family to use Duryeas's Satin
G!oss Starcb in preference to any other, be
e-use it is the most economical ever manu
fatured in the world. It is the most econom
ij:l because it is the best; it is the cheapest
bt-'ause it is the best. It is purer, whiter,
anid stronger than any other starch. it bt's
rceived the highest award over all competi
trs in the four quarters of the globe. Don't
be de.ceived by your grocer. Ask forDaryeas'
Im provei. Corn Starch for food, and Duryeas'
Satin Gloss Starch for laundry purposes, and
take no other.
NEWBE RRY, S. C., Jan. 15.-Cotton, 10).
Number of bales shipped during week, 263.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN &CO
Shoulders. P'rime New. ..
Shoulders. Sugar Cured. .
Sides, C.1. Net.. ....---- --1
DRY SA LTED 31EATS
Sides. C. Rt.. New...........-a 8
Sides, Long* Clear........
Canvassed Hamns, (3Iagnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces..............15
Leaf, in Buckets......-...... 16
Crushed..... ..... ..... .... 14
, Granulated Standard.....-..12a 14
Extra C..... ............. 12)
Coffe~e C.......-...------.. 12
New Orleans................ 12)
New Orleans Syrup..-. 80
- New Or-leans 3Molasses. 80
Sugar h ouse 3Iolasses. 40
Young HIyson................ 1.50
ALLSPICE........----- ------ - --- 25
Roasted or Parched..... 30
Best Rio.................. 25a 2S
Good Rio................ 2a 25
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
SOAP...... ..... ...... ..... ..... 6a 10
S ARCH..........- -- - ------ -- - -1a 16
STAIR CANDL ES-................ 16
FLUU.-R. per bbl..........-..---- -00a 9.00
C NDY . .------- ... ..... ... .. 16
ENG LISH SODA.-................10
llORSFOR1D-.S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FO.M BAKING P'OWDERt... 35
ax LE GREASE..................... 16
Toi ACCO-...............-......... 6 a 1.25
NAI LS(10,keg....-.............. 4...
B AGG ING-lIeavy...................... 15
A!tlROW Tl Es, per hur.ch............ 3 00
RED CLOVER SEE;D-p)er lb.....2)
LtED OATS-per tu----------- Tha 8~
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
11,M S 1 I CHEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
cals, Perfuneries, Toilet Articl;s,. Garden
and Field Seeds. always in store -nd at
Orders promptly attendod to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
J. E. ADGER & 0O,I
Foreiga and Domestic Hard
ware, Cutlery, Guns and
BiR IRON& PLW STEEL,
Agents for South Cirolina for the
Patent Steel Barb Fening,
And the celtbrated
Farmers' Friend Plows,
One, Two and Three Horse AT REDUCED
Liberal Terms to the Trade.
Large a.sortment of AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS, AGRICULTURAL STEELS
TURN SHOVELS, r
HEEL BOLTS, I
Also ROUGH STEEL SHAPES, &c. t
TREDEBAR HORSE AND MULE SHOES.
Orders receive prompt and ca-eful atten
Oct. 17, 51-e.o mn-in.
NOW FR BAGAIN!
For the Next Two Mouths we
will Sell our Stock of
BOUTS, 8!!0E8, HTS,
Now is the Time to Buy.
Jan. 2, 1-2mi.
Copartnership Notice. a
The undersigned have this day entered in- p
to a Copartnaershiip to be known as COP
POCK & JOHNSON, for the purpose of en -
gaging in Merchandising, with GENERA L
HARDWARE as a specialty. Their stock
may be found at No. 3, Mollohon Row, y
Newberry, S. C., the stand formierly occu
pied by S. P. Boozer & Co.
EMANUEL S. COPPOCK,
WILLIAM JOHNSON. b
Jan. Is t, 1878. 2-3t.
TRESPASS NOTICE. "
The undersigned hereby warn any and
all persons from trespassing on their lands
either by fishing, hunting or in any other -
way, ::nd any one found so trespassing will
be'dealt with to the full extent of the law.
THOS. M. L AKE, Trustee,
ELIZA A. M. LAKE,
E. P. LAKE, ui
JOS. E. GLENN,.t
IIENDERSON WILLIAMS, d
S. G. MERCHANT.
January 3, 1878. 2-3t. -
We will make a settlernent on the Estate N
f Elizabeth Coate, and -apply for a final u
isebarge as A dministrators thereof to the is
Court of Probate for Newberry County, on ci
Saturday, the Second day of February, 1878,.
All parties having claims against said Es- t
ate will present them, properly attested. si
n or before that date to the undersigned
DRAYTON N. 00"E
J. WV. CO A TE,
Administrators Elizabeth Coate. -
December 3], 187 7-l-4t*
All persons having claims against the
Estate of Henry Xl. Wicker, deceased, are
equested to hand in the same to my Attor
es, Messrs. Johnstone & Fant, at New-p
erry Court House, on or before t:.e first
ay of February next, and atll parties in-J
lebted to the said deceased, will make pay- ~
uent to said Attorneys, on or before thed
said time. EMANUEL CROMER,
Adnm'r., of Henry Ml. Wicker, dec'd.b
Jan. 9, 2-4t.A
Notice is hereby given to all concerned
that on the 1:3th day of February, 1878, in _
the Probate Court for Newberry County, I s
.-ill r.aake settlement, as Administrator, of
the personal estate of Mary E. Smith, de
eased, and thereupon forthwith apply to
till Judge of Probate for final discharge. j,
JAMES WV. SMITH,
Administrator, etc., of Mary E. Smith,
dec'd. Jan. 9, 2-4t. C
;T.VTE OF SOUTH CAROLI NA,
UNTl'Y OF NEWBERY.
T11E (' 1IMON PLEAS.
You are iercby 'm.l: an,l required
o anv: 1 - i.. .:: in this action,
1lich is file] i 10. Otc' k of the Court
-f COMn1nw:. '.'..?nty of 'ew.
sorrv, and to sorve a c.y,,y of your arwer
tl.e 5uscr- ii eie at New
:erry C. H , within twi-ity days after the
ervice hercof, ox - of de day of such
:-rvice. If you fail to answer the Coni
Aaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
it'f in this action will take judgment against
,ou for the sum ot Slventy-three Dollars
md Forty-two Cents, .ith interest from the
:Jd day of .Iarch, A D. S6S, and also for
he sum of Forty Dollars and Fifty Cents
or costs accrued, besides the costs in this
etion. JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Newberry, S. C., October 25, 1877.
SEAL.] E. P. CHALMERIS, C. C. P..
'o the Defendant-George W. Brooks.
Take notice that the summons in this
ction, of which the foregoing is a copy,
oas filed in the office of the Clerk of tho
ourt of Common Pleas, at Newberry Cour t
fouse, in the County of Newberry, 'in the
kate of South Carolira; on the 4th day of
)ecember, A. D. 1877.
JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Dec. 4th, 1877-1-6t.
'TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John N. Liudsey, Plaintiff,
leorge W. Brooks, Allen S. Sruggs and
George Gibson, composing the partner
ship of Brooks, Scrugga & Gibson, De
'o George W. Brooks, Allen S. Scruggs
and George Gibson, partners composing
the late firm of Brooks, Scruggs & Gib
soi, Defendants in this action :
You are hereby summoned and required
D answer the Complaint' in this action,
rhich is filed with the Clerk of the Court
I Common Pleas of the County of Newber.
y, and to serve a copy of your answer on
he subscribers at their office at Newberry
. H., within twenty days after the service
ereof, exclusive of the day of such service.
f you fail to answer the Complaint within
be time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
rill take judgment against you for the sum
f Two Hundred and Filty-six Dollars and
,leven Cents, with interest from the 14th
ay of May, A. D. 1869, and the further
urm of Twenty-nine Dollars and Seventy
ye Cents, costs accrued, besides the costs
f this action. JONES & MOWER,
Plaintiff's A ttorneys.
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Newberry, S. C., October 25th, 1877.
smA.] E. P. CH ALMERS, C. C. P.
'o the Defendant-George W. Brooks.
Take notice that the summons in this ac
on, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
led in the office of the Clerk of the Court
f Common P.leas, at Newberrv Court
[ouse, in the County of Newberry, in the
tate of South Carolina, on the sixth day
f November, A. D. 1877.
JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE fCusl
Jan .2, 1-6t. *L~o one
By virtue and authority of a Mortgage
aereof executed to George G. DeWalt, by
'homas A. !Williams, Butler H. Williams
nid Robert E. Williams, on the 18th day of
'ebruary, A. D. 1877, I willUsell at public
utcry, at Newberry C. H., S. C., on Sale
ay in February next, that tract of land
tuate in Newberry Gounty ,'con'amning
L'wo Hundred and Eighty
more or less, andlbounded by lands of
ames W. Williams, William Watkins and
Terms Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
ers. GEORGE G. DEWALT,
Jan. 9, 2-3t. Mortgagee.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. J. C.
eahy, as Judge of Probate, 1 will make a
nal settlement of my accounts as Admin
tratrix of the estate of J. F. Golding,-de
aased, in the court of Probate for New
e, ry, S. C., on Frid:ty, the first day of
ebruazy next, at 11 o'clock, A.M., and imn
Lediately thereafter I will apply for a final
schmarge as such Admx.
N. M. L. GOLDING,
Jan a 1 at Admxc. est J. F. Golding, de'd
I will apply to the Court of Pro,bate for
ewberry County On the 20th day of J.an
ry next for a final discharge as adminis
ator on the Estate of John N. McCracken,
aceased. *WM. R AY,
Administrator John N. McCracken.
December 21, 1877-52-5t.
I will apply to the Court of Probate for
ewberry County, on the 29th day of Jan.
try next., for letters dismissory as Admin
trator of the Estate of Posey Glenn, de
~ased. All persons having demands against
id Estate will present them properly at
sted on or before said date to the under
;ned, or payment will be barred.
JAMES D GLENN,
A dnimiitrator of Posey Glenn.
Dec. t20, 1877-52-5t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
At thme January Term of the Court of
robate-for Nev.berry County, begun and
i!dcei at Newberry Court House, on the
st Monday in Januairy, 1878. Among
her things it was ordered that the Mon
tys, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays,
ridatys and Saturdays of January instant,
set for the reception and examination of
nnual Returns of Execators, Admuinistra
rs, Guardians and other fidmecaries.
J. CI. LEA HY,
Judge of Probate.
January 7. 1878. 2-St.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWIBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
tcob W. Perkins, Plaintiff, vs. Lewis A.
Perkins, et al.
omplaint to Seli Land to Pay Debts, &c.
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