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Special and LocaL
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1878.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
T. J. Lipscomb-Notice.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
Dr. W. E. Pelham-Landreth's Garden
J. P. Landrum-Kentucky Mules.
Several contributions handed in too
late for publicatirn this week, are left
over until next issue.
DEATH.-Mr. James Garrett died at
his home near Trinity Church, Satur
day of Dropsy.
Strange but rue ! Dr. Pelham is
selling Landreth's fresh and genuine
Garden Seeds at the low price of 5 cts.
a paper. 1
RELGIOUS.-There will be no servi
ces at St. Matthew's Evangelical Lu
theran Church. on Broad River, next
One bottle of Thrash's Consumptive
Cure and Lung Restorer will convince
the most skeptical that it is the only
remedy now extant for consumptive
and diseased throat and lungs. Trial,
50c. ; large $1.50. Sold by all Drug
gists. For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
THOMpsos, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
T1XKs.--Mr. F. H. Counts, the effi
cient and genial Treasurer of the S, &
U. Rail Road, will accept our thanks
for favor conferred.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, the attentive and
polite Post Master at Frog Level has
placed us in his debt. Coffee and pis
tols at sight,
Large supply of Landreth's fresh and
reliable Seeds, 10 cent papers for 5 cts.,
at Pelham's Iron column Drug Store. 1
The Spartanburg Spartan, one of our
most valued exchanges, has recently
changed proprietorship, F. M. Trim
mier, Esq., having sold out to Capt. H.
L. Farley, its editor, and Mr. Thomas
J. Trimmier. Our best wishes to the
retired partner, and the new.
THE NEW DEAL.-At the meeting of
the Town Council Wednesday night,
the following officers were elected for
the present year : Clerk and Treasurer,
C. B. Buist; Chief of Police, Henry T.
Fellers; Policemen,,.Jno.D. Brown, Jas.
Lathrop, Nestor Lewis and Pink Wads
worth, the last two colored. W. T.
Jackson, Street Marshal.
Buy BuisT's GARDEN~ SEEDS. Are
perfectly reliable-fresh stock can be
had at DOCTOR PRATT'S
2-tf Drug Store.
Quite a number of fine looking wvest
ern men are in town with good stock
mules and horses.
Look out for the coming of Mr. J. P.
Landrum, who advertises that he will
be here on sale-day in February, with
the best lot of mules ever brought
to this market.
The place to buy fresh Garden Seeds
is at Dr. Pelham's, where they are of
fered at 5 cents. 1
.LISTr OF JURORS DRAWS FOR FEBRU
ARY TERM-GRusD JURY.-J. H. P.
Cromner, J. L. Hughey, J. B. Werts, J.
T. Davis, J. P. Buzzard, F. M. Schum
pert, L. M. Speers, D. N. Coate, W.
W. Riser, G. L. Sease, R. C. Sondley,
C. A. Austin, A. Abernathy, c., H. W.
Cromer, J. S. Gary, Junius E. Chap
man, Henry Litsey and B. H. Mavbin.
PETIT JURY.-L. D. Abrams, D. S.
Conwell, T. D. Kinard, W. H. Dick&rt,
Frank Kibler,c., L. Wright,c. R.S. Bo,ze
man, W. H. Whitmire, T. J. Lipscomb,
R. B. Keene, J. T. Kelly, Jas. B. Riser,
Allen Rice, c., J. S. Pitts, Geo. Wilson,
Thos. J. Boozer, H,. H. Counts, Barrel
Lyles, Sam.Dominick,c., J. D. Hornsby,
W. 0. Goree, R. S. Davidson, D. T.
Livingston, A. Maffett, c., W, H. Blats,
J. G. Rikard, J. J. Paysinger, C. C.
Teague, Gains R. Ray, T. W. Gallman,
Mack Satterwhite, Perry Halfaere, For
tune Pitts, c., H. A. Barns, 0. M. Wick
er, J. M. Werts.
Tbose marked c. are colored.
One of the most bewilderingly at
tractive stores in tbe city of Columbia
is that of those popular China and
Crockery dealers, Messrs. Kingsland
&; Heath. We doubt if the most close
fisted man or woman on top the green
earth could go in and look at their stock
without purchasing something. They
might fight against it, but the temptation
would prove irresistible, arid if they
did not invest in some useful article
they would certainly in something or
namental. Their establishment may
well be called a Noah's Ark on amd
ern plan-it being supplied with every
article that the human family peeds in
their particular line, with a few things
beside adapted to the wants of the rest
of mankind, tf
THE STATE MILTIA.-Adjutaint and
Inspector General, E. W. Moise, Jan.
9th, by General Order, No. 3, 18'78,
classified the Militia of the State, in
to three Divisions, and orders the
Generals to assume command. Ac
cording to this classification Thos,
J. Lipscomb, of Newberry, is Ma
jor-General of the 3d Division, em
bracing the counties of Edgefield, New
berry, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson,
Oconee, Pickens, Union, Greenville
General Lipscomb has appointed the
following staff officers:
Adjutant-General--Jno. K. G. Nance,
Newberry ; Paymaster-General-Thos.
C. Brown, Newberry; Engineer
D'Arcey P. Duncan, Union; Judge
Advocate-Generl-J. L. M. Irby,
Laurens; Commissary General-Jas. S.
Soearman, Newberry; Ordinance-Of
JOn PRINTING.-Th circular sent
out from this office to the business com
munity is intended to show that Job
Printing is done here, and not only in
a neat manner, but at prices which
should merit attention. That work can
be done just as well and cheaply at
home as abroad, needs only a trial to
convince the most skeptical, and that
it should be done at home must be pa
tent to all who reason the case. It is
executed here too with such despatch
as saves the business man the delay of a
week or ten days in writing for and
waiting its return. All we ask is a
Don't forget that Landreth's fresh
Garden Seeds are sold by Dr. Pelham
this season at the remarkably low price
of 5 cents a paper. Landreth's Onion
Setts at 15 cents a quart. 1
A GooD OFFER.-A pair of handsome
GxS chromos is offered as a gift to every
one that will send fifteen cents (postage
stamps taken) for a three months' sub
scription to -LEISURE HouRs, a mam
moth 16 page (64 column) family paper,
filled with the choicest literature,
stories, poetry, etc., by the ablest 1
writers. The papers sent will contain
the opening chapters of a charming
story entitled "Holden With the Cords,"
by the author of "Shiloh," "My Winter
in Cuba," etc. To induce every one to
send for this short subscription-which
is offered at half price-the publishers,
J. L. Patten & Co., 10 William Street,
New York, offer free the pair of chro
mos-which are excellent pictures and
worthy to adorn any home. Money
will be returned to any one not satisfied
that~they do not get twice its value.
$1,500 in prizes is given free to agents.
OWING TO THE
Enormous Stock of
YET ON HAND,
I have concluded to give the people the
benefit of buying them for
Ten Days Longer,
IT AND BELOW NEW
[ will close out my immense stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT PRICES LOWER
'han they can be bought in New York
J. D. CASH.
Jan. 23, 4-it.
MR. FooT As A SAMARITAN.-They
were in a hurry, a desperate strait, an
old but gay Lothario and a lady who
had not seen near as many winters, and
eemed to be fleeing from the vigilance
f indignant 'parients' as they had arri
ved on the Laurens fast express. Mr.
oot saw them, and saw through the
case beside, and having a heart, flew to
their relief. The safest refuge was the
ak room of his store which they en
tered. From long habit, friend Foot,
not thinking of anything else to say,
asked "can 3 show you anything ?" The
an who had seen a heap of winters,
nd the girl who bad.not, both started,
fetched sighs which sounded as fronm a
single gizzard, and cried with one voice
"show us a justice, clerk of court, or
parson, quick." Our susceptible mer
cantile friend melted, great tears stood
in his eyes, but being a man prompt to
ctbrushed the tears away, and calling
p his clerks sent them for the three
dignitaries named. In a moment Esq.
Jas. Packer arrived and the rest of the
proceedings were as happy as a mar
Foutz' Mixture or Liniment is used
all over the United States, because it is
the best for all diseases on man or
A NEW COUNTERFEIT BANK NOTE.
-F. W Helmick received the follow
ing notification from Washington of
the existence of a new counterfeit
National Bank note:
U. S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
SECRET SERVICE DrISION,
OFFICE OF CHIEF, WASHINGTON, D. C.,
December 24, 1877.
To F. W. Helmick, Cincinnati, Ohio:
A new counterfeit five-dollar note on
the First National Bank of Hanover,
Penn., has made its appearance. The
pae sthin and color dark. Bank
number 187, date February 20, 1864,
and bearing signature of F. E. Spinner
and L, E. Chittenden. It is printed
from same plate as the First National
Bank of Tamaqua, Penn., which made
its appearance about September 20,
It would be well to advise merchants
in your vicinity to give publicity to
these facts, and to suggest to the public
that all suspicious notes of these banks
of the denomination of $5 be refused.
Helmick's new method of detecting
counterfeit National Bank notes, will
be found to be the best in existence.
It contains photographs of counterfeit
National Bank notes, and will be found
to be the best in existence. It contains
photographs of counterfeit bills, also of
genuine bills, so that any person will
be able to detect the difference at sight.
The price of this including illustrations
is only $1.00 and will be sent postpaid
-... 1,-~no 1 A(~ to F. XV.
ABOUT THE Tow.N AND COUNTY.
Rain, rain, with the usual mud.
There will be a dry spring, no doubt
It is respectfully suggested to gar
deners that they sow not while it con
tinues to rain.
It is further suggested that Spring is
still in the future. It will come in good
Its near appro:ichehall be HERALD
.ed by :i soul-stirring ode, if we can find
one in any of our exchanges.
As'soon as the ground dries off suffi
ciently, it will be well to prepare nicely
a bed in the garden, and sow radish,
peas and lettuce. Sow cabbage seed
under shelter. Then wait for spring.
The regular programme lately for
Sunday has been rain. Yet the church
es are well attended, as also the Young
Men's Christian Association.
Small farms make near neighbors,
good roads, good schools and churches,
and pay better in propordion to the la
A wonderful and pleasant transforma
tion has been effected in the show win
dows of Newberry's clothiers, Messrs.
Wright & Coppock. When first seen
it reminded us of the opening of beau
tiful Spring after a long, dreary Win
The new Hardware store of Coppock
& Johnson, now open for the reception
of the large and splendid stock fast ar
riving, will be a distinguished feature of
old Mollohon row. It will soon be in
It is gratifying to note that Mr. Crot
well is fixing up the side-walk in front
of the new buildings occupied by Mr.
Boozer and Dr. Pelham. It will be a
Have you seen those beautiful wagons
exhibited by Mr. S. P. Boozer ? No!
We are surprised to hear this, and ad
vise the reader to go and examine the
lot at once. All sizes, and prices cheap.
Do not forget to save your change for
the Minstrel troupe which will appear
here on the 5th of February.
The favorite Berger family are on the
grand rounds but whether they will get
round to Newberry, we are not advised.
We are pleased to say that Trial Jus
tices find time at night to say their pray
ers. No report from the lawyers.
Another lot of necessary articles in
the Stationery line this week at the Her
The gratifying report is made of more
new subscribers this week. We have
room for more. and if this meets the
ee of one who borrows the Herald, we
extend that one an invitation to become
What is the nearest thing to cat look
ing out of a window ? The window.
What is the greatest Want of the age?
Want of funds.
Mr. J. J. Paysinger's smoke-house
was entered on Saturday night and
about one hundred pounds of hams
stolen from him.
What is the difference between the
news of a democratic victory and a
newly married couple? None. One is
happy tidings, and the others are hap
py tied 'uns.
As we are likely to have an agricul
tural society in this county, with annual
fairs, the question 1s propounded, what
is an agricultural fair? a pretty country
girl. Isn't it nice to think about the fair.
There will be -a 'bill of fare' besides.
The Herald local wants to be on the
ommittee which awards premiums to
the prettiest girl.
Parties are sti}l fashionable, only two
in ton last week, a candy-pulling at
Mr. Kinard's, and a sociable at Mr.
Chappels. We presume the young
sters had a good time.
Three tramps passed through town a
few days ago, begging from house to
house. From what we could learn,
one must have had the stomach of a
"mastodon," We believe in extending
the hand of charity to those to whom
charity is due; but when stout, able
bodied loafers come tramping around,
we think they might, with propriety, be
told to move on.
Mr. P. P. Beacham is erecting a new
set of black-smith shops, which are
hastening to completion, and ore long
the ring of the hammer will be heard
from another direction.
A drove of fine mules in town last
Thursday, we heard of none changing
hands. The "animule" were cheap
enough, but money was scarce. "Temn
Nannie Maffett, daughter of Mr. L.
B. Maffett, is very ill. With this ex
eption, the health of our town and
surroundings was never better.
Mr. John Leavell,a promising young
gentleman of your city, spent last Fri
day night in town. We would not be
surprised if the young gentleman has
not been pierced with one of Cupid's
Mr. B. B. Hair, the famous horse
trader of our'section, spent a few days
in town last week.
Quite a team of wagons passed
through Thursday, moving Mr. John
F. Banks, of Pomaria. Mr. Banks will
take charge of the Bethel Academy
in the smoky town country. He is a
good teacher, and we congratulate the
people of that section in securing his
At a meeting of Council on the 17th
inst., on motion of Mr. Rodelsperger, it
entsouncil bhtte tanre tof the pre
setCouncil e stftedrydtionh old
t%.~.11 fm. t h a en t iefo ot ner onn eli tinn in
On Friday and Saturday last, we
were quite delighted to see our former
young citizen, Dr. J. William Folk and
wife, now of Jalappa, in our midst.
Both bear the impress of success and
Also, Mr. Bascom Chipley, of Abbe
ville, on Saturday and Wednesday in
clusive, of last week.
On Wednesday and Thursday last,
respectively, by the Rev. Mr. Efird,
Mr. Frank Addy to Miss Olivia Epting.
Mr. Walter 1:altiwanger to Miss An
netta Clark. We tender congratula
Before some irrepressible newspaper
reporter or other has startled our read
ing world with the caption, A VOLCANIC
ElUPTION HEARD IN NEWBERI'Y COUNTY!
we desire to assure him, however in
credible it may seem, that the noise
was only that of a serenade to Messrs.
Koon and Addy, recently married
which, indeed, might have been known
by those within the first ten miles by its
greater loudness and discordancy.
Capt. Jno, F. Banks, into the neigh
borhood of "Smoky Town," to teach;
Mr. John Woodward to Fairfield, to
work on the railroad ; Mrs. Sallie
Swittenburg and sons to Mr. Martin
Chapin's, to farm; and Mr. Adam L.
Aull to the "stone hills," to wheel
Mr. Cyprian M. Efird closed his
school, near the little mountains, on
Friday last, having found the w4lk to
and from the schoolroom inconvenient.
There was a well attended "oyster
party," at Mr. Adam L. Aull's on the
evening of the 12th inst. What next
Mr. Fed. Fuller has had the misfor
tune to lose four children with diphthe
ria withlin the last six weeks.
In last Wednesday's meeting of
the friends of Bethel School, it was re
solved to -unite hand and heart in its
permanent establishment. The Board
of Trustees, thea elected, is as follows
Thos. W. Holloway, Chairman.
Sam'l A. Epting, Treasurer.
J. A. Berley, M. D., John A. Can
non, Jas. A. Riser, Maj. Jac. Epting,
the District School Trustees, and Coun
ty School Commissioner, ex officio.
One of our industrious citizens is in
trouble. He worked the whole year
like a beaver ;" packed his pocket
book with the proceeds; secured a wag
on to haul it and himself to Columbia;
bought shoes, gloves, calico, hats, home
spun, bonnets, boots, buttons, and et
ceteras in endless profusion, until said
pocket book grew beautifully less and
was unable any longer to be found,
when pocketed; and returned home
wards, delightfully happy in the con
templation of a ten month's term of
peace and plenty. But alas! for the
fallacy of human hopes! Three days
after his arrival the dream was rudely
broken thus: "See, father, here are 19
quilts just patched and needing lining.
Perhaps, l'7l yds. will suffice." Now,
bereft of hope, he goes heavily about
his labor, troubled, and, like the hap
less dutchman, would no doubt "Shust
so soon live as to die!I"
The good ladies of Pomaria recently
made a raid on the Bethlehem Parson
age; and their wonderful works have
been in the mouths of its inmates ever
PERSONAL.-Silas Johnstone, Esq.,
and Gen. W'. H. Hunt, attended the
session of the Grand Lodge of Qdd Fel
lows at Orangeburg last week, as.*dele
gates from the L4odge here.
Mr. McD. la.etts, of the Shoe house
of D. F. Fleming & Co., of Charleston
paid Newberry a business visit last
Mr. B. H. Mathews has purchased
what is known as the 'Jack Lane place',
near Island Ford, Saluda river, and
moved there from Kinard's last week.
Mr. Thad. C. Sumerel is merchandis
ing at Clinton.
Mr. Geo. P. Meredith is now depot
agent of the Laurens R.R., at Clinton;
And Mr. Mike Peake is the condue
Messrs. Crawford & Hardy have re
moved into the store lately occupied by
Todd & Sumerel.
Gen. A. C. Garlington, a former cit
izen, spent Sunday and Monday with
friends in Newberry.
THE MARKET SQUARE:-All great
cities as well as many of minor note
have markets. New York has a mar
ket, so has St. Louis, Baltimore and
Charleston, and they are generally so
situated as to be convenient, and so con
structed as to be comfortable to the in
ner man as well as the outer man.
These are important points.
Newberry has a market, none of the
finest, but one that might be improved,
both as to location and internal fitness.
It is situated on Nance Street, is about
one hundred feet long and comprises
some half dozen or more, low, squatty,
shapeless shanties, divi'ded into com
partments of meat stalls and eatin-g
saloons. In the rear there is about
room enough for a dog cart to turn
round in ; while the front is ornament
ed by some half dozen or more anti
quated china trees, the berries of which
in smmer time afford am:nunition for
the pop-guns of the boys. In the fall
layers of yellow leaves and berries lie
scattered on the ground around the
roots, like summer freckles on a sickly
Here, day after day, from morn till
dewy eve, in spring, summer, autumn
and winter, through heat and cold, wet
and dry, may be seen the 'meat man'
standing, aproned up, with his
Beef and Pork, and Sausage too,
With Mutton chops, for fry or stew.
While ranged along, rank and file, may
be heard and seen, Haly, Em'line, Cal
line, the two Marthas, Mary, Texan and
Zuri, who put forth to public gaze for
public use, in the most captivating style,
biscuit, beef steak, fried fish, tarts, pies,
cakes, together with coffee and other
fluidical extracts. Here on sale days,
election days, and during Court week,
can be seen moving hither and thither
all sorts of characters, black, white,
mental kind, learned discussions or
'ligion and ethics,' baptism and fre
agency, that would startle the profound
Theologian, and perplex the most skil
ful Dialectician. Here too, 'polties
between two fierce contestants, highly
steamed, is savagely discussed until tli
sharp, shrill sound of the policeman',
whistle breaks upon the ear. There i
silence for a moment, and then ring,
out on the welkin from the worsted 'li
"Death is de king of terrors,
Terror to all earthly kings,
Its nothin' but a dark black curtain,
Stan back death let a saint pass by."
When almost immediately his adversa
ry replies, by singing
"O sinner go home, gone down de hill
0 sinner you better larn to pray."
From the Jail in sight, the happy pris
oner adds sometimes to the scene by
throwing in his refrain
"0 my gal while I'm up here in this jail
You never come anigh,
But when I get out on the street
You'll hang your head and cry,
o my gal why will you do me so."
Suddenly above the din, uproar and
confusion is heard the roar of the 'old
Gorilla' as he wobbles along under a
full head of steam, belching forth
"I want a drink 'o liquor,
I want a drink 'o liquor."
Hurra for Chamblin.
"Soon in de mornin, soon in de mornin,
For I aint go die no more."
Hurra for Hamdon.
Hurra for good men, good men,
ITard times in Souf Callina,
Souf Callina almost ruint -
Ruint by de carpet bagger nigger,
Haly, what you got for supper,
Zuri, what you got for dinner,
Mutton shank, an apple dumplin
Good enuff for hngry nigger.
Such are the scenes that are frequent
ly witnessed and heard on Market
square. They are annoying enough,
but awhile they are disagreeable, yet
there are some things still more so; and
among them is on the hot,dry, sultry days
of summer, when the air is reeking with
vapors drawn from the earth, and de
composition of animal and vegetable
matter, "to smell something so that you
can almost feel"-a faint, sickly, sick
ening scent-''not of Araby spices"' but
of dead beef, that takes away appetite
and nauseates the stomach--mingled
up with flies more numerous than the
sands ; is ten-fold more annoying than
seven devils and seventy imps.
A market house is needed, and a
market square, but there are better lo
cations than the present one, where it
can be placed out of the way of any
citizen's house, ceasing to be offensive,
and be made more convenient and han
dy for every one and more comfortable
and pleasant to both seller and purcha
ser of meats, as well as to such as may
chance to wander to and fro-for a
No other medicine in the world wvas
ever given such a test of its curative
qualities as Boschee's German Syrup.
In three years two million four hun
dred thousand small bottles of this med
icine were distributed free of charge by
Druggists in this country to those afflic
ted with Consumption, Asthma, Croup,
severe Coughs, Pneumonia and other
diseases of the Throat and L.ungs, giv
ing the American people undeniable
proof that German Syrup will cure
them. The result has been that Drug
gists in every town and village in the
United States are recommending it to
their customers. Go to your Druggist,
and ask what they know about it.
Sample Bottles 10 cents. Regular size
75 cents. Three doses will relieve any
NEwBERRY, S. 0., Jan. 19, 1878.
List of advertised letters for week ending
January 19, 1878:
Bevil, John Dickert, G. P.
Bandle, J. C. IStaff'ord, Mrs. Phillis
Boinest, Mrs. A. E. INoble, Miss Ella
Clark, TI. A. Sawyers, Josiah (2)
ates, Miss Haty (col) Wilson, B. R.
Parties calling for letters wvill please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
NEWBE RRY, Jan. 22.-Cotton 10k
Nu nber of bales shipped during week, 244.
Newberry Prices Current.
By. J. N. M A RTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....
Shoulder.s, Sugar Cured..
Sides. C. R., New.............11
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., N-ew..........a 8
Sides, Long Clear........
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces........... .15
Leaf, in Buckets............ 16
Granulated Standard...... 12a 14
Extra C.................. 12I
Coffe~e C.............,... 12
New Orleans............... 121
New Orleans Syrup. 80
New Orleans Molasses. 80
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar H ouse Molasses. 40
Young Hy son.............1.0
Roasted or Parched... 30
Bn t Rio.............-.. 25a 28
Good Rio.............. 2a 25
White Wine Vinegar 65
Bolted... ................ 1.00
SOAP........................... 6a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 16
FLOUR, per bbl.................8.00a 9.00
CONCENTRATED LYE....... ...16
ENGLISH SODA. .........10
HORSFORD'S BAKING PO wDER 23
SEA FOAM BAKING 1POWER 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 16
TOBA CCO........................ 60a 1.25
N AILS (10) ke;r.... .......... .... 4.00
AR ROW .IES, per bunch.......... 3 00
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATs-per Lu...............7a so
IRECEIVED THIS DAY,
30 Mburn Plantation
1RIGRTIt J,V. CoPPoch!
FOR MEN'S AND Boys
FurniSihing Goods, Boots
Can be had from this date to a
the 1st of March next,
In such as Heavy Far Beaver, and Black
and Colored Castor Beaver Over-Sacks,
Heavy Worsted Coats and Vests, Colored
Cass. Suits, and Colored Cass. Pants.
We would call especial attention to our
Boys' and Children's Suits
which we pr>pose to
Sell at and Below Cost.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPART
we keep always fvll- and c,mplete,havingjust
received a fresh lot of Linen Bosom Shirts,
from $1.00 to $2.25 each, also a new lot of
Black Silk Dress Hats will be sold from
three to five dollars each (good style.)
Heavy Boots and Shoes are also offered
We beg leave to call the attention of our
customers to the fact, that we feel assured
it will be to the iutere.t oi every one in
need of anything in our line to call and ex
amine our stock. F
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCL
Jan. 16, 3-2m.
Dry Goods and Nrotions, L
THERE IS A TIDE
IN THE AFFAIRS a
0F MEN, B
Which, if taken at the Flood
LEADS TO FORTUNE.
NOW IS THAT TIME
AND THE TIDE
C. F. JACKSON'S, ~
COLUMBIa, S. C.,
Who is selling his entire stock of
N OT IO NS,
The ladies are included in this invitation
and are assured that they will find the flood
a pleasant and profitable one
Jan. 16, 3-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, [
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.- I
IN THlECOURT OF PROBATE.
John H. Stockman and others, vs. Jas. W. -
Stockmnan and L. P. Stockman.
In obedience to an order from the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County, to me
directed, in the above stated case, I will to
sell. at Ne wberry Court House, ON THE Pl
FIiET MONDAY IN FEBRUARY NEXT, gi
within the legal hours of sale, and to the H
highest bidder, the Real Estate of Wiley "l
M. Stockman, deceased, consisting of N
EIG.HTY ACRES, more or less, situate, Pi
lying and being in the County of Newberry
and State aforesaid, bounded by lands of
Mary Ann Long, Jacob Kibler Adam Hart
man, John Schumpert and others.
TERMS.-One-third cash, the balance on
. credit until the 1st November, 18718, to
be secured by bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage ot~the premises. Purchaser to al
pay for papers. e
D. B. WHEELER, s. N. c. W
Jan. 14, 3-3t. f7.50 bi
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
John F. Glymphi,
E. S. Sligh.
By virt-ue of an execution to me directed
in the above stated case. I will sell, at New
berry Court House, ON SALE-DAY IN
FEBRUARY, at public outcry, and to the of
highest bidder, all that tract or parcel of di
land situate in the County and State afore- C
said, containing SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES, S
more or less, and bounded by lands of.Wade A
Suber and John F. Glymph. Levied on as ta
the property of E. S. Sligh, deceased. of
Terms Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers. D. B. WH EELER, s. N. C.
Jan. 13, 1878-3-3t. f
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge. E
Whe'reas, Perry Halfacre, hath made r
suit to me, to grant him Letters of Admin- n
istration of the Estate and effects of David b
Halfacre, deceased. d
These are therefore to cite and admonish d
all ad singular the kindred and creditors n
of the said deceased, that they be and s.
appear, before mne, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House,
S. C., on the 31st day of January, after' .
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Admnzistration should not be
rauted. -Given under my hand, this 11th g
dlay of January, Anno Domnini 1878. e
J. C. LE ABY, J. r. N. c.
Jan. 16, 3-2t. t
Al esnOTaIng Ed agis h
EsAte pon rhavMoe decaed wginst pre
Esetate o arhMe, desed, ly prese,
sent them to the undersigned duly attested,
0rugs X Fancy Irticles.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
)RUGGIST AND CHEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
[Removed to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
ils, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles,j Garden
nd Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
. E. ADGER & CO,
CHAIUESTON, S. C,
oreign and Domestic Hard
ware, Cutlery, Guns and
SADD LER .
,AR IRON& PLOW STEEL,
Agents for South Carolina f( tho
Patent Steel B.arb Fencing,
And the celebrated
armers' Friend Plows,
ie, Two and Three Horse AT REDUGFD
iberal Terms to the Trade.
Large assortment of AGRICULTURAL
[PLEMENTS, AGRICULTURAL STEELS
Also ROUCl STEEL SHAPke, 4c.
TREDEGAR HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Orders receive prompt and careful atten
Oct. 17, 51-e.o.mn-1m.
(OW FR BARGAIN!
or the Next Two Months we
will Sell our Stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
low is the Time to Buy.
.11. & R. 8. CHIC .
Jan. 2, 1-2mi.
The undersigned have this day entered in
a Copartnership to be known as COP.
3CK & JOHNSON, for the purpose of en
eing in Merchandising, with GENERAL
ARD WARE as a specialty. Their stock
ay be found at No. 8, Mollohon Row,
awberry, S. C., the stand formerly occu
ed by S. P. Boozer & Co.
EMANUEL S. COPPOCK,
Jan. 1st, 187~8. 2-St.
The undersigned here by warn any and
persons from trespassing on their lands
ther by fishing, hunting or in any other
i, and any one found so trespassing will
dealt with to the full extent of the- law.
THIOS. M. LAKE, Trustee,
ELIZA A. M. LAKE,
E. P. LAKE,
JOS. E. GLENN,
S. C. MERCHANT.
January 8, 18'78. 2-St.
We will make a settlement on the Estate
Elizabeth Coate, and apply for a final
scharge as A dministrators thereof to the
ourt of Probate for Newberry County, on
iturday, the Second day of Februar y, 1878,
11 parties having claims against said Es
.te will present them, properly attested.
2 or before that date to the undersigned.
DRAYTON N. C0ATE,
J. W. COATE,
Administrators Eiizabeth Coate.
December 31, 187-1-4t*
All persons having claims against the
state of H- '1. Wicker, deceased, are
quested -o '...... in the same to my Attor
ys, Messrs. Johnstone & Fant, at New
erry Court House,- on or before the first
ay of February next, and all parties in
ebted to the said deceased, will make pay.
ient to said Attornevs, on or before the
idd.time. EMANUEL CROMER,
Adm'r., of Henry M. Wicker, dec'd.
Jan. 9, 2-4t.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned
vat on the 13th day of February, 1878, in
3e Probate Court for Newberry County, I
till make settlement, as Administrator, of
be personal estate of Mary E. Smith, de
eased, and thereupon forthwith apply to
be Judge of Probate for final discharge.
JAMES WV. SMITH,
Administrator, etc., of Mary E. Smith,
tec'd. Jan. 9, 2-4t.
~AI II ~AIAE I AI~~
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TIIE COMMON PLEAS.
Tohn N. Lindsey. Plaintiff,
Georgl IV. ilrooks, Defeadant.
To Aiew I 1:!, k-, PefendAnt in this
You are hereby snmmoned and required
to answer the C pi.dut in this action,
which is filed with the Clerk of the Court
of Comm,,,,,): Pk-eas of i: Conn:v of 'ew
berry, and to serve a c >py of your answer
on the subscrib,rs at thir office at New
berry C. 11., within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service. If you fail to answer the Com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will take judgment against
you for the sum of Seventy-three Dollars
ind Forty two Cents, with interest from the
23d day of March, A D. 1868, and also for
.he sum of Forty Dollars and Fifty Cents
For costs accrued, besides the costs in this
Iction. JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Newberry, S. C., October 25, 1877.
ISEAL.] E, P. CHALMERS, C. C. P.
ro the Defendant-George W. Brooks.
Take notice that the summons in this
Xction, of which the foregoing is a copy,
vas filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Jourt of Common Pleas, at Newberry Cout t
louse, in the County of Newberry, in the
5tatC of South Carolina, on the 4th day of
)ecember, A. D. 1877.
JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Dec. 4th, 1817-1-6t.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMNON PLEAS.
John N. Lindsey, Plaintiff,
Morge W. Brooks, Allen S. Scrdggs and
George Gibson, composing the partner
ship of Brooks, Scruggs & Gibson, De
ro George W. Brooks, Allen S. Scruggs
and George Gibson, partners composing
the late firm of Brooks, Scruggs & Gib
son, Defendants in this action:
You are hereby summoned and' required
o' answer the Complaint in this action,
vhich is filed with the Clerk of the Court
f 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
iereof, exclusive of the day of such service.
f you fail to answer the Complaint within
he time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action s
vill take judgment against you for the sum
)f Two Hundred and Fifty-six Dollars and
Eeven Cents, with interest from the 14th
ay of May, A. D. 1869, and the further
ium of Twenty-nine Dollars and Seventy
ive Cents, costs accrued, besides the costs
>f this action. JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Newberry, S. C., October 25h 1877.
sE..] E. P. CH ALMERS, C. C. P.
t'o the Defendant-George W. Brooks.
Take notice that the summons in this ac
ion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
led in the office of the Clerk of the Court
>f Common Pleas, at Newberry Court
ouse, in the County of Newberry, in the
state of South Carolina, on the sixth day
>f November, A. D. 1877.
JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel
Jan. 2, 1-6t.
By virtue and authority of a Mortgage
.hereof executed to George G. DeWalt, by
rhomas A. Williams, Butler H. Williams
md Robert E. Williams, on the 13th day of
~ebruary, A. D. 1877, I will sell at public
>utry, at Newberry C. H., S. C., on Sale
ay in February next, that tract of land
ituate in Newberry County,tcont aining
iwo Hundred and Eighty
nore or less, andl.bounded 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.
lea:y, as Judge of Probate, 1 will make a
inal settlement of my accounts as Admin
stratrix of the estate of J. F. Golding, de
~eased, in the court of Probate for New
erry, S. C., on Friday, the first day of
ebruary next, at 11 o'clock, A.M., and imn
nediately thereafter I will apply for a final
ischarge as such Admx.
N. M. L. GOLDING,
Jan 2 1 5t Admi. est J. F. Golding, de'd
I will apply to the Court of Probate for
Sewberry County on the 30th dag of Jan
iary next for a final discharge as adminis
.rator on the Estate of John N. McCracken,
eceased. WM. R AY,
Administrator John N. McCracken.
December 21, 18'77-52-5t.
I will apply to the Court of Probate for
Kewberry County, on the 29th day of Jan
ary next, for letters dismissory as Admin
strator of the Estate of Posey Glenn, de
~eased. All persons having demands against
~aid Estate will present them properly at
~ested on or before said date to the under
signed, or payment will be barred.
JAMES D GLENN,
- A dministrator of Posey Glenn.
Dec. 20, 1877-52-5t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
At the January Term of the Court of
Probate for New berry County, begun and
holden at Newberry Court House, on the
frst Monday in January, 1878. Among
other things it was ordered that the Mon
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays,
Fridays and Saturdays of January instant,
be set for the reception and examination of
Annual Returns of Executors, Administra
tors, Guardians and other fiduciaries.
J. C. LEA HY,
Judge of Probate.
January 7, 18738.: 2-t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Jacob W. Perkins, Plaintiff, vs. Lewis A.
Perkins, et al.
Complaint to Sell Land to Pay Debts, &c.
* * * * * * *
And it is furthcr ordered that the Cred