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Special and. Local.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1S78.
INDEx To NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. C. Leahy-Citation. -
J. N. Martin & Co.-Guanos.5
S. Lander-Education for the Poor.
Coppock & Johnson-H1ardware and Cutle
Dr. W. E. Pelham-Trusses-Landreth's
Garden Seeds. t
W. S. Tipton-Farmers. Your Attention- f
The Baden White Flour Corn.
Herald Book Store-Silver and Gold Per
forated Board-Coumbiiation Pen and Pencil
-Drawing Slates-Blank Books.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Busincss no
tices in this local column arc in,h'ricd at
the rate of 15 cent.s per line cah inser- c
Obituaries, notices of mcctings, com
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. arc chargc
as regular adertisemcnts at 81 per t
Notices of administration, and othcr
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
communications of a pcrsonal charcter n
must be paid for in a<lranee. v
The subscription price of the Herald1
is $2.00 for twelve month, $1.25 for six
months, 75 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in atrance. b
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cashA or
its equivalent is paid. t
Our neighbor, the News, has tendered
a column of its space to the pupils of
the Female Academy, which they have
The new sign of Mr. S. P. Boozer--a
cross-cut saw-is quite ingenious and
very appropriate for his hardware store.
The wood work was done by Mr. W.
H. Harris, the painting by Mr. Ed.
Landreth's Fresh Garden Seeds, only (
5 cents a paper, at Dr. Wi. E. Pel
bam's Drug Store. 1t. r
CoURT.-The recent decision of'the
Supreme Court, ousting six, of the eight
Circuit Judges, will not affect the Feb- 1
ruary Term of Court here, as Judge 1
Kershaw, who has been assigned here, c
was not affected by the decision. I
THoxrSo., Dentist, over Mower's Store.
Thrash's Consumptive Cure and e
Lung Restorer is working wonders in t
the cure of consumption and all di- e
seases of the throat and lungs. Trial t
50c., large $1.50. Sold by all Drug- (
gists. For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant-.
GOOD NEwS.-Friday, February 1st,e
has been set apart by the Faculty and
Students of the College for moving into
the new building. We offer congratu
lations o.n so auspicious an event, and
:hope soon to report the number of stu
.dents very Nrgely increased.
-COME IN-Next week will be a bign
-one ; sale-day and court will bring a
large number of people to town, and 1
'we take advantage of the occasion toe
extend an invitation to visit the Herald
office, as business of importance will be
brought to the public attention. Meet
ings every day during the week.
Buy BursT's GARDEN SEEDS. Are
perfectly reliable-fresh stock can be c
had at DOCTOR PRATT'S
2--tx Drug Store.
Henry Golden, a colored painter of t
Winnsboro, who worked under Mr.
Redding here this winter, started home
:n few days ago, riding on the cars to
Aiston, and intending to walk the rest
of the way. On the road from Alston F
he died of painter's colic. He was a r
sober and industrious hand.
flOUSE BURNiED.-The dwelling house
of Mr. Pinckney Williams, near Silver
Street, in. this county, was burned down r
last Wednesday night. The fire is sup- r
posed to have originated from ashes I
taken from a stove and placed in a box g
in the cook-room. Mr, Williams' loss a
cannot be short of 33000, no insurance. o:
U. S. CoUr JURoRts.-The follow-0
ing citizens of this county were drawn P
on the 21st inst. to serve at the next I
term of the United States Court in n
Charleston as grand jurors : Thos J.
McCrary, and Emanuel S. Coppock,h
white, and Harry B. Scott, colored. Nod
petit jurors from this county. Court a
meets in April. d
Foutz' Mixture or Liniment is used
all over the United States, because it is
the best for all diseases on man or
beast. 4-4t. t<
To THE FARMERS OF NEWBERRY.- t
In order to make the IIERALD interest
ing to our agricultural readers, we so- C
licit farmers to give us their experience ~
on matters of practical moment, assu
ring them that all intelligent informa- I
tion wvill prove as good seed sown in S
good ground,resulting in mutual advan- ~
tage to writer and reader. We would ~
ask of any who accept the invitation 0
to write briefly and to the point; a short, E
practical article, is more forcible than ~
one of length, and is read by all ; not ~
so a long-winded one. .c
A GENTLE HINT.
In our style of climate, with its suid
den changes of temnperature,-rain,
wind and sunshine often intermingled
in a single day,-it is no wonder that t
our children, friends and relatives arec
so frequently taken from us by neglect- ~
ed colds, half ,the deaths resulting di
rectly from this cause. A bottle of '
Boee' emnSrpkp bu
yoschoee' GerimdatSre usep about pre
vent soeos sickness,a lase docor' pre
bil,end perhps dkeat, by therge dor'
three and fourhp doe.h For teuri Co-f
threeior, fouroses Pn ugmona
......-G. TTamm-wroe Pnonmani
The Jones' Ventilated Trusses, some
hing entirely new for this market, are
he easiest, safest and best in the world
ow on exhibition aid for sale only bT
)r. Wm. E. Pelham. Read the certi
icate below of one of our oldest prac
itioners, Dr. P. B. Ruff:
.EWEEmY, S. C., Jan. 28, 1,78.
I have carefully examined Dr. Jones
'russ, and unhesitatingly pronounce it
lie most perfect and best instrument
r. Hernia I have ever seen, and would
ecomm111end it in all cases of Rupture,
nd would prefer it to any other.
5 tf P. B. RUFF, M. ).
NEWBERU Y r ATPims.-We are gra
ified in being able to state that a block
f native Granite is being dressed at
de Marble yard of Messrs. Leavl1 &
peers, which is designed for exhibition
t the Paris Exposition. The granite Is
iken from Rikard's quarry, three miles
Our energetic and intelligent fellow
itizen, Col. T. W. Holloway, of Pom
ria, is getting ready various kinds -of
rool and specimens of agyricultural
roducts for the same purposc.
The different varieties of wood will
e taken from Lexington county.
EXCURsIoN TO CMARLXSTON.-Round
ip tickets will be sold over the G. &
. R. R., from Greenville to Charles
n, commencing on Saturday, Feb. 2,
nd each day thereafter until Friday,
ic 8th, inclusive, but tickets must be
sed previous to or on the 8th to go
own. The privilege of stopping over
only allowed at Columbiv, either go
Ig- or returning, provided the round
ip is made inside of the ten days al
wed. The rates of tickets are from
bhappell's, $7.25; Newberry, $6.50;
rosperity, $6.25; Ponarra, $6.00;
linton, $7.75; Martin's, $7.50.
This is a splendid opportunity for
iaking a pleasant trip to Charleston,
t an exceedingly low price.
HANDSOME PICTURES FREE.-The pub
shers of Leisures Hours, a mammoth
6 page literary and family paper, full
f choice stories, sketches, poetry, etc.,
ritten by the ablest writers, desiring
iat every one should see their paper;
iil take three months subscriptions,
ommencing with the papers containing
3e opening chapters of a splendid story
ntitled "Holden With the Cords," by
be author of "Shiloh," "Mv Winter in
luba," etc., for the small sum of fif
sen cents (or postage stamps), and
ill send each subscriber fr-ee a pair of
legant 6x8 chromos; suitable for fram
ig and adorning any home. They
ill return the money to any one not
.tisfied that they get twice its value.
1,500 in prizes is given free to agents.
D,nU3DIR'S LICENSE. - A petition,
gned by the merchants and business
ien of Newberry, was sent down to
c legislators Saturday, praying the
agisature not to pass the Bill to require
>mmnercial travellers to pay a tax of
500 to the Stato.
We hope no such bill will be passed.
he effect would be to make the people
ay a higher price for the goods they buy.
'he drummer's would not pay the li
mse; their principals, or emp~loyers,
ould do it ; and then the employers
ould make up the deficienev by raising
ie price of their goods. It looks too
och like an import duty, and really
counts to the same thing in spirit, if
at in letter.
WONDERFUL, BUT TRUE.-Eandreth's
resh Garden Seeds, 10 cents papers
~duced to 5 cents, at
DR. W. E. PELH AM'S
1t Drug Store.
FR:EE TO EVERY READER OF TIHIS
APER.-In order to introduce the
iamond Spring Wheat in this section,
will send a small package of sample
rains, with special terms to agents;
rid my Seed Catalogue for 1878, free
charge to every reader of this paper
2 receipt of a three cent stamp to pay
stage. The Diamond Wheat is the
xgest in the world. It grows and
atures in any climate in the United
tates. The grains average nearly one
ailf inch in length. One grain pro
aces from 25 to 35 stalks, with heads
veraging from 7 to 9 inches, and each
ad containing about 40 grains. Ad
ress W. S, TIrToN, Seedsman, Cleve
Ld, Tennessee. 5-2t.
As S800 PIAxO FOnt $1.25.-Almost
> good to believe, but a fact, never
ieless. The publishers of that king of
iusical monthlies the Southern Musi
il Journal, actually propose to give
way a magnificent Square Grand
800 Piano to some fortunate subscri
er. Each of the first One Thousand
ibscribers received in 1878 will re
ive a Premium Ticket in the Grand
rawing, in addition to the $1.00 worth
f Premium Music. The Journal, the
'remium Ticket, and the Premium
usic all for $1.25. Subscribe at once
nd secure the Premium Ticket. Spe
imen Copy giving full particulars, for
cent stamp. Published at Ludden &
ates' Southern Music House, Savan
One of the most bewilderingly at
active stores in the city of Columbia
that of those popular China and
rockery dealers, Messrs. Kingsland
Heath. We doubt if the most close
sted man or woman on top) the green
:rth could go in and look at their stock
rithout p)urchasing something. They
ight fight against it, but the temptation
rould prove irresistible, and if they
id not invest in some useful article
icy would eertainiy in something or
BAV!AD 0'o1 JA izY.-A fine
BAI.wLAND FO Z ANL.t.- mI
double ntumber, fRll of tiny Christmas
Stories and lovely Christmas Pictures,
all in bi! piilt, on thick paper, just the
magazine to teach babies to read. It
is only Fifty cents a year. ). Lothrop
& Co., publishers, Boston, Mass. One
of 0ur exchaigcs says
"If D. Lothrop & Co., of Boston, pub
lishers of Babyland, could have seen
the joy the Novcmber number carried
to the 'lie man' who has the -
ilege of 'taking' the copy that comes to
this ofiice, thiev w ,.dl doubt!cs has e
felt that their r. -tgazine for ijnvenile
readers is the publication of all publi
cations for little eyes and ears. t i n
institution' in families wicrc there are
A fine assortment of Watches, Clocks
and Silver Ware, which will be sold
cheap for cash.
5-2t ED. SCIIOLTZ.
EmT 11 r EXPOsTO.-Tis is a smaill
volume of some 300 pages, but is cer
tainly one that should be in the hands
of every reader, not able to purchase a I
imore expensive one. In the bible are
Srreat many passages which allude to
certain manners and customs that ex- 1
isted in those days, entirely different
from those which prevail with us, which
we have no conception of and is there
by a hindrance to the perfect under
standing of the sense to be conveyed.
This little volume obviates the diffi
culty and throws so much light upon it,
that it furnishes a clear perception and
understanding to the reader of the pro
priety and beauty of the illustrations.
The great beauty and strength of the
work is its brevity. The whole matter
is bound up in a nutshell. The unlearn
ed man and the man who does not wish
put himself to any great trouble, can
find what he wants in this little work.
It is adapted to Sunday Schools.
For sale at the Herald's store.
Mr. - L. Wise, of our town has gone
to Edgefield where he will take charge
ef a school,
Mr. Win. Green, a former resident
of this place, who left some time since
for Augusta, has returned and rebuned
his trade at Dr. Simpson's tan yard.
le is a good tanner.
Photography must be a good business.
Messrs. Chapel and Koon erected a tent
for the above purpose a few (lays ago.
Success attend them.
Wre hear that two petitions are out
the or . in favor of the Mofflott Bell
punch, the other against.
Mr. R. J. Stoudemayer is erecting a
very neat store room on the corner of'
Mr. T. F. Beacham and family of
Ninety-six are in town, spending a
short time with their friends.
Mr. Samuel Hiller of Georgia is backt
on a visit to his old homestead. lIe re
ports times hard and money scarce in
his portion of Oglethorpe.
THAT Bo.-D)o you know' him ?
Hie never let's a cat, or a dog, or a hog,
or any other animal on four legs p)assi
im, if he can get a sly chance, without
rocking him. HIe delights in skinning
bll frogs, wringing off~ chicken heads, 1
and singeing rats in a trap. He loves to
worry a yard dog through a hole in the;
fence, make faces at market women,
tear down posters, throwv mud on sign<
boards, plays truant whenever an op
potunity offers, and five days out of
six is kept in by the schoolmaster. His
id(e is hardened to b)ireh ; lie bellows
to make his flagellator stop ; he gets
up in the morning with a biyu and goest
to bed wvith an oh-no. He can't be still
even in bed, pulls off the cover, kicks
his little brother out and talks in his
sleep. ils pockets are filled with nails,
pieces of pencil, buttons, bits of lea
ther, an old barlow knife, and a piece
of chalk. Hie marks all _the books in
the house, daubs the pictures, makes
chalk marks on the mantel piece up
stairs, and hammers nails and tacks into
everything. In dry wveathbr he will
hunt up a mud puddle to see if his
shoes leak, and in wet weather gets
down upon his knees to see if the mud
sticks. In snowv time lhe uses his dad
dy's shoes as skates. HIe dips his hat in
the branch as a gourd, and jumps on a
street wagon telling the driver to cut
behind. He likes every thing but stay
ing in doors and reading his books. Hie
don't seem to mind wet weather, cold
weater, hot weather, or any other kind
of weather, so that it's weather. He
cares nothing for fire, if he has to bring
in the wvood to make it, yet he gets into
the warmest corner of the fire place to I
every one's annoyance, and in hot wea- t
ther scrouges himself where lie thinks
it the coolest. Between meals, if about I
the house, all the cold biscuits disap
pear, but ho knows nothing about it ; I
he pulls down the clothes line, sticks
pins in the bottoms' of chairs, puniches
pussy with the hot tongs and upsets the
coffee pot just in the act of boiling, and
at the most inopportune time f:lls off
the back pialzza shed and breaks an arm
or a leg, and that's the beginning of the
troules of "that b)oy."
Now strange to say that boy's mam
ma don't know anything about it. If<
you acecidentally insinuate that Harpsi
chord is a bad boy, you'd better have
your hat in hand, and say it outside thet
If any small boy reads this copy of
the HIERALI>, he need not get mad andi
think we are writing ab)out him. It's:
no such thing ; hut if the cap fits het
an wear it.- - -
Anor1r T- Tows AN- CoU-r.
Tlhe weather continues.
The winter so far has not been as ze
vurc as old 'probs,' predicted.
But we are not yet out of the woods,
and may still catch bricks.
Nothing doing in gardening yet, so
far as reported.
With garden seed at 5 eents a paper,
onion Sets at 15 eents per quart, any
o)ne can tr v gc vetables. provided lie
has the Lround.
The new side walk of Crotwells is
That man is indeed liard up who can
ft get crelit for good intentions.
A colorcd LotharIo by the name of
Bugg will be tried for bigamy by the
,ourt of Sessions next week.
Rabbits were plentiful on the streets
SaturdaV last. S. P. Baird bought very t
argely. An unknown friend sent one
is a present to this ofiece.
A half loaf-it rained onlyl half of
sundav last. It poured in good old
'asihion, however, when it did com
Lamp explosion at the Simmons' ho
CI last week-damage broken lamp,
>int of oil lost, one or two blankets
)adIly hurt, a door burst open, and a
Those of our readers who complain
>f not getting more legislative news t
vill please reflect that the Herald is
mly published once a week, and were o
ve to fill it with the daily reports there
vould be no room for anything else. b
Xir object is to give the greatest varie- t
y in-the space afforded.
It is advised that a joke on the boys
lever be told to a married man, for s
i'll tell his wife, his wife her sister,
he sister the girls-and the cat will be
>ut of the wallet running all over the
A subscriber complains that he can
iot read his Herald in peace and quiet
s neighbors always borrowing it. As
his subscriber is not the only one who
s trou'led, we
Beg that the sinful practice of bor
owing be at once discontinued, and
he small sum of two dollars be sent in
or a year's subscription, by all who
ave fallen into this habit. If we ever
row rih enough every man in the
ounty too poor to pay shall have his
eding for nothing.
Why is it that Newberry has had no
~musements so far this winter ? Co
umbia has laughed and grown fat over
Humpty Dumpty', wept with the 'Or
>hans,' done herself proud over Cra
ner's iniitable company, and gone (
nto exquisite spasms of delight at the <
uerry Bell Ringers, wvhile
Our city has only had the refreshing 1
:f a wandering Hercules with his feats ]
>f cannon ball hurling. Why is this ~
us ? t
A little black scamp snatched a pock- f
t knife from Rev. Herbert's youngest
>y a few evenings since, and made off
ith it. Hie wvas arrested and two other
:nives, the fruit of other raids, found
n his possession. Nothing was done
vith the thief.
We were quite happy to see Messrs.
Facob Bowers of Helena, William Ri
r of Liberty Hall, andl Miss - Wilson (
>f Newberry, in our midst within the ~
>ast week. Friends, come again !
Our representative citizen, Thos. W.I
Iolloway, Esq., is engaged in making
collection of South Carolina products
or the Paris Exposition. It is hoped
ht all will come to his assistance in s
his most laudable entPrp)rise.
Our scientific friend, J. Wesley Folk,
s experimenting with comiposts, of
vhich lhe has made upwards of twenty
ons. He thinks lie can manufacture 2
n article equally as good as the bought
etilizers, and at about one-ten th of the
ost. We believe there is generally a
uh greater activity in this direction ~
han heretofore-a sure sign of return- ]
That cows, however, should not as
ist in such experiments, is the first.fact
hat has been clearly established. Three
f his, having accidentally come upon S
solution of six pounds of saltpetre in I
~ighteen gallons of water, drank it.
'he two p'rinQipal exp)erimlenters died
n a few hours ; and the third barely 1
Mr. William Chalmers opened his
chool at St. Panl's on Tuesday the 15th
Messrs. Jacob and Quincy Hipp, W.
>. Cannon, and William Setzler prove
o be our most excellent modern Nim
-ods. On Wednesday and Thursday,
ast, they captured thirty-six rabbits j
tnd a red fox in the vicinity of Broad '
No doubt "diversified industry," how
iver much it may occasionally conflict
vith the principles of p)olitical econo
r, is the life of the country. But J
vihy cast over-board the ''proven good" ~
or the probably "not in jurious ?" Tur
i)s, carrots, p)otatoes. pe:zs, andl p)in
lars n're well adapted both to the soil .a
nd to the gastronomic idiosyncrasy of
ur swine and cattle. They, moreover,
equire but little work ; and yield, in ja
oth roots and tops, enormously. That s
he tops of chufas, being a rough kind .
>f bulrush grass, arc rather unpalata
e to the cows, and that the nuts, be
ng so beautifully diminutive in size,
tre dilicult to be0 found by the swine,- <1
heew cdl (ni ob eypw
efe arentin amit tof te peyp
"Planted one-eighth of an aer in me;ui
fas; on their maturing, turncd in four
rf my thinnest "land-pike" swine in
tiree days. one had lhoris on its head,
having becnI develo)ed into 41uite a res
pectable hovine : another had a litter
-f 29 well-grown pigs, three months
>ld and of the finest Essex-Berkshire
)eel the third remained of its nor
na1 species, but weighed in the gross
;.39 lbs., 10 07.; and S drs.: while the
burth. ibving urr"wed aIft:r the far
-amifving nuts, has now prohably gone
rooIg.izing. throl.ug the deep caverns
)f the earth, whence it is faintlv hopod
;omne day to re-turo. mnurhosed,
lowever, by its subterraln:IIl wtnd"r
ngs and mode ,f life into a new spe
,ies of mole."
Mr. Willitn Johnson, the junior of
he new hardware firm is back from the
orth. Ie reports all quiet on the
otomac, and that the principal cities
f the North still occupy the same posi
Mir. Mc). letts found business so
ood th:t he did not go away from New
erry until Thursday. H sold calico
nough to dress the entire county.
Mr. J. Smith Livingston is now doing
oUethjing in the way of stock selling.
Mrs. Chase of Spartanburg. with her
ateresting little family is on a visit to
be paternal rQof.
Mrs. Fleck, also from Spartanburg, is
n a visit to her old home.
Mr. G. D. Smith formerly of New
erry, has moved from Glenn Springs
i the town of Spartanburg.
Mr. S. B. Calcutt, formerly of this
lace, offers for sale his elegant man
ion the U1ampton house.
Capt. U. B. Whites, our indefatigable
reasurcr, who has been absent on a
isit to the West, will return in a few
Mr. John Schumpert sustained a loss
a the death of a-child by diptheria last
Mr. Sol. Lane, we regret to learn is
ying very ill at his residence in Colum
ia. He is the oldest engineer in the
mploy of the G. & C. Railroad.
Mr. Jacob Dominick, of Prosperity,
ut his foot with an axe on last Tuesday.
Ic was showing a little chap how to
ut a tree.
Ve can change a fifty dollar bill if you
ant a bottle ofGLOUE FL.owER COUGH
nur, the greatest Cough and Lung
emedy in the world ; or if vou want
o try it first and see if what the IIon.
lex. H. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith, Ex
lov. Brown andl Hon. Robert Toombs
f Georgia, say about it is true, vou can
et a Sample Bottle for ten cents at
r. S. F. Fant's Drug Store, that re
eyres an ordinary cold. The GonBF
~LOWERi CoUGH SYRUP never had an
qual for Coughs, Colds and Lung Af
ctions. It positively cures Consump
ion when all other boasted remedies
il. Sample Bottles, ten cents. Reg
lar size, fifty doses, $1.00.
theadl where they loan you a dollar
nd chalk it down till to-morrow. for a
>ottle of MERREL.L'S LIEPATINE for the
,ver. The enormous expense of im
>orting the ingredients of this great
iver medicine into this country, is why
ur Druggist Dr. S. F. Fant sells but
ne sample bottle to the same p)erson
or ten cents ; but as there are fifty
oses in the large size bottles, it is
heap enough after all at twvo 'cents
>er dose, for a medicine that has never
een known to fail in the cure of (1ys
epsia and all diseases of the liver. It
as never failed in the cure of liver
omplaint when taken as directed, no
eatter of how long standing the dis
ase, It cures Chills and Fever, Con
tipation of. the Bowels, Dyspepsia and
iver Complaint. Sample Bottles ten
ents ; regular size, fifty (loSeS. $1.00.
AT HERALD STORE.
AT IIERALD STORE.
STATION EII.-A general variety of
tationery, such ais paper,~ envelopes,
>ens, pencils, inks, slates, visitingecards,
Iank ~books, mem orandiumns, diaries,
nk-stands, rulers, blotting pads, paper
utters, files, rubber bands and rings,
ackgammon boards, (lominloes, &c.,
c., for sale cheap at the Herald Sta
ionery Store. 48-tf.
DOx P.u.ER~.-A large and pretty va
ity of paper and envelopes in boxes
ar sale cheap at Herald Stationery
Jan. 10, 1878, by Rev. J. P. Mealing, Mr.
OHN CA RTER, of Newberry, to Miss MOL
Iii TEAGUCE, of Edigefield.
FOR THE HERALD.
NEwBERRY, S. C., Jan. 26, 1878
List of advertised !ettcrs for week eniding
anuary 26, 1878:
~ary, Jim Lpe,hoa
roer, Miss Iluidic elyrn
[igelus, F. WV. Nn.MssPtc
[udgins, I. C. (2) La , 3j'
[iggis, WVm. R~r r.Ssucl
;ckson, R-ichard sei.Bne
inar:i, Hi:!!ard Sevn,Wsngn
c.uhrn,.Js.II WsLips ton homas
OR M NTe,MssPLy.
OraMO~TFLY s ingRie Mrs.te tos u(co
rat nd eiiousRuai.ssei Uennt~i~2
Evey h~itbiyjiiStl erven s Ol suinto
Orib oT it, s thantr mauZsieO i devoted el
tre sppod religtou ran.s onti s
ou Ve lmn age, an ever)y eavor wm
e made to make it worth the money.
Every charitably inclined persoa should sub
ribe for it, as the entire subscription is devoted
> the support of the orphaus in the
Anm i D.0 eetin g of 'rlTe Maze
1A STIER.'s OFFICE. STA TE GRANOE,
1 (AlA"LPELL' S DEPOT. 8. C ,
Jan. 21, 1878.
The meeting of the State Grange
will be held i0i Columbia on Tuesday.
the 5th of February. at 10 A. M.,
int ou.l f in k hiarlCston. This dange
has oeen nkade by tih JXeCUtiVe Cou1
mitte nad aste. aftr0cosult.ation
witI leadiny brethren fron (1h,arlcston
an: ->tiw pcr rt:.s of the State. Ou
acount of thoe Lcislature being in
se;ssion and other rcaso;s. it would be
impossible to lav% a well attended
lecting i: Charleston. All regret the I
neecs.ity for the change. and not be
ing able to acept and enjoy the very
ki,-d invitation of the Patrons and
31asons of Charleston and the oppor
tunitv of cultivating the cordial busi
nass and soci-d relations that should
exist between the agriculturalists of
the coun,try and the commercial me.
tropolis of our State.
The meeting in Columbia will be very
iuiportant, and all Patrons who can are
urged to attend, but more especially
the brethren and sisters who are voting
meml.bers of the State Grange, and
most especially the Worthy Masters
of Pomona Granges. Under the pres
et system it will be almost impossible
for the State Grange or 31aster to
conduct the affa"irs of the order sue.
ecssfully or satisfactorily without the
fuliest understauding and concert with
Masters of Pomona Granaes.
J.mES N. LiPscoIU, M. S. G.
NEWBERRY, S. C., January 29.-Cotton,
Numb,r of Bales shipped during week,
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prl-~ New ......
Shoulders, Sugar Cured....
Sides. C. R., New............10}
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., N'ew........... a 8
Siues, Long Clear...........
Uncailvassed Uams.......... 14
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 15
Lea, in Buckets............. 16
Granulated Standard..... .12a 14
Extra C.................. 12}
C;oI-e C................. 12
New Orleans............... 12}
New Orleans Syrup. 80
New Orleans Molasses. 80
Cu'..a MIolasses. .. :
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young 1ly son.............. 1.50
ALLSPICE.............. .... .... 25
Ronsted or Parched.....30
Best Rio................ 25a 28
Good Rio..........,..... 23a 25
White Wine V inegar.. 65
Bolted. . .................1.00
SOAP................. ........ 6a 10
.STA t CA ':DLES............... 1
FL LILR, per bb!.......... ....... 8.00a 9.00
P'EARL HIOMINY............ ......
CONCENTRATED LYE.......... 16
E'NGLl8II SODA. ............... 10
HIORSFORDid BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AN LE GREASE................. 1
TOI;ACCO ............ ........... 60a 1.25
NATLS-'10. ke;r................. 4.00)
B AGG INc-Ha"vv................... 15
Au W.I ES. Mr bun.ch.......... 3 00
RED CLOVER .EETJ-per lb...20
RED OATS-per tu............. '5a 80
The Largest . and Best
LO~T OF STATIONERY!
PAPER, all inids.
i- NYELOPES, all siz:es.
PENS, different makes.
INKS, appr'oved qualities.
PENCILS, Slate and Lcad.
Sr A.TES. different sizes.
DiA RIES, large, small.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, ditto.
Toecther with many other articles in
S tatony of prime necessity. All of which
WILL BE SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES
IIERALD STAT1ONE~RY STORE.
Ja n. 2, 1-tf.
NOW FR BARAIN!
For the Next Tiwo Months i
will Sell our Stock of
Now is the Time .to Buy.
Jan. 2, 1-2m.i
The following P,uhks are kept on hand
and' for S.de at the Newberry llERALD office.
Gouvevances Real Estate.
Mortgagc " "
Excuio Agint Proey.
ShR~c;i.1ceBo rMonecuey. Tsiy
:mrratfl fo .rret.
Pee.igniz.mee to Prosecute or Testify.
i 1 13. I. COP POCK9;
Fon MEN'S AND BOYS
Furnishing Goods, Boots
Can be hid from this dat to
the 1st of March next,
In such as fieavy F-.r 1eera B:ae
and Colored Castor Beaver Over-Sacks,
Heavy Worsted Couts and Vests, Colored
Cass. Snts, and Colored C-ss. Paats.
We would call especial attentiou to our
Boys' and Children's Suits
which we )r)posc to
Sell at and Below Cost.
OUR FURMIMING GOODS DEPART
we keep alw.ays lull and complete,having just
received a fresh Lot of Linen Bosom Skirts,
from 1 to N2.25 each, also a new lot of
Black Silk Dress Hiats .ifil be sold from
three to five dollars each (good style.)
Heavy B-ots 3nd 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 interest of every one :n
need of anything in our line tv ;all and ex
amine our sock.
WIRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
Jan. 16, 3-2m.
Dry Goods and uaVotions.
THERE IS A TIDE
IN THE AFFAIRS
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
The ladies are included in this invitation
and are assured that they will find the flood
a pleasant and profitab!e one.
Jan. 16, 3-t f
RECEIVED THIS DAY,
30 Milburn Plantation
Every Wagon warranted, and offered to
our friends AT MUCH L.OWER PRICES
TIAN EVER SOLD IN THIS MARKET.
S. P. BOOZER.
Newberry, S. C., Jan. 15, 1878. 3-4t.
I wi be at Newberry Court House on
Sale-day in February, 1878, with the best
lot of Mules that has invaded the State since
the war. Amon;r them will be eight pair
3 to 5 years old,~strictly fancy, weighing
1,15) ~to ],200 lbs. each, 16 to 161- hands
high, broke. Those wishing to purchase
will find it to the.ir interest to give mue a
look.- My stay at Newberry will be short,
as I have other points to m.rke.
J. P. LANDRUM.
Jan. 23, 4-2t.
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DR. E. E. JACKSON,
CoLi".ii A, S. C.
m to --lore tw, .400r, 111Xt to
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Apr. 11, 15-tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COM310N PLEAS.
John N. Lindsey, Plaintif,
Georze W. Brooks, Defendant.
To George W Brooks, Defendant in this
You are hereby sunmoned and required
o answer the Complaint in this action,
which is filed with the Glerk cf the Court
uf Common Pleas of the County of New.
Oerry, arid to serve a c>py of your answer
n the subscribers at their office at New.
berry C. F, , within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of such
ervice. If you fail to answer the Comz
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plain,
iff in this action will take judgment against
Vou for the sum of SevenLy-three Dollars
tnd Forty two Cents, with interest from the
3d day of March, A. D. 1868, and also for
'he sum of Forty Dollars and Fifty Cents
or costs accrued, besides the costs in this
Ction. JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Newberry, S. C., October 25, 1877.
SE.L.] E. P. CHIAIKUFICRS, C. C. P,
ro the Defendant-George W. Brooks.
Take noti-e that the summons iu this
iction, of whioh the foregoing is a copy,
vas filed in the office of the Clerk of tho
'ourt of Com'non Pleas, at Newberry Cou t
rouse, in the County of Newberry, in the
State of South Caroliva, on the 4th day of
December, A. D. 1877.
JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Dec. 4th, 1877-1-6t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John N. Liudsey, Plaintiff,
yeorge W. Brooks, Allen S. Scruggs and
George Gibson, composing the partner
ship of Brooks, Scruggs & Gibson, De
I'o George W. Brooks, Allen S. Scruggs
and Geormze 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,
which is filed with the Clerk of the Court
af Common Pleas of the County of Newber
ry, and to serve a copy of your arnswer on
the subscribers at ' .ice at Newberry
D. H., within twent y .s after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such service.
[f you fail to answer the Complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
wvill take judgment against you for the sum
of Two Hundred and Filty-six Dollars and
Eleven Cents, with interest from the 14th
Jay of May, A. D. 1869, and the further
mum of Twenty-nine Dollars and Seventy
live Cents, costs accrued, besides the costs
of this action. JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Newberry, S. C., October 25th, 1877.
[sEA.] E. P. CH AL MERS, C. C. P.
To the Defendant-George W. Brooks.
Take notice that the summons in this ac
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
fied in the ofice of the Clerk of the Court.
af Common Pleas, at Newberry Court
House, in the County of Newberry, in the
state of South Carolina, on the sixth day
of November, A. D. 1877.
JONES & MOWER,
M. A. CARLISLE, of Counsel.
Jan. 2, 1-6t.
Al! persons having claims against the Es
ate of Young J. H-terington, late of New
erty County, will render them in properly
ittested, as required by law, to the under
~igned, and all persons indebted will make
~avmnent to the same on or before the 1st
lay of A pril, 1878.
T. J. LIPSCOMB,
Jan. 23, 4-St. A dtm'r.
All persons having claims against the
Estate of Henry M. Wicker, deceased, are
-equested to hand in the same to my Attor
1eys, Messrs. Johnstone & Fant, at New
serry Com t House, on or before the first
lay of February next, and all parties in
lebted to the said deceased, will mnake pay
itent to said A ttorneys, on or before the
m~id time. EMANUEL CROMER,
Adm'r., of Henry M. Wicker, dec'd.
Jan. 9, 2-4t.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned
that on the 13th day of February, 1878, in
:he Probate Court for Newberry County, I
will make settlement, as Administrator, of
:he person:al estate of Mary E. Smith, de
:eased, and thereupon forthwith apply to
he Judge of Probate for final discharge.
JAMES W. SMITH,
Administrator, etc., of Mary E. Smith,
dec'd. Jau. 9, 2-4t.
Pursuant to the order of the Hlon J. C.
[Leahty, as Judge of Probate, 1 will make a
Tnal settlement of my accounts as Admin
stratrix of the estate of J. F. Gobiing, de
weased, in the court of Probate for New
>erry. S. C., on Friday, the first day of
l'ebruaty next, at 11 o'clock, A.M., and im
nediately thereafter I will apply for a final
lischiarge as such Ad.ns.
N..AM.- L. GOLDING,
Jan 2 1-5t Admx. 'est J. F. Golding de'd.
All persons havm~g demands aga ist the
Bstate of Sarah Moore, deceased, will pre
lent themn to the undersigned duly atte.sted,
yr his Attorneys, Messrs. Po,.. e & Fair, on
yr before the 13th of May, 1878, for on
yr before that. day I will appiy for final dis
:hairge as Administrator to the Court of
Probate for Newberry County.
B. B. FR AZIER,
Administrator Estate Sarah Moore.
Jan. 10, 3-5t.
.ny Book or Article
In tha Statinnery Line