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WEDNESDAY, FEB, 13$ 1S7$
LDmx To NEW ADvERTISEXENTS.
The Graber Family.
L. B. Uaffeu-No tice.
J. C Leahy-Citation.
L. R. Marshall-Read This.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
J. H. Boiware-Estay Horses.
N. B. Df.venport-Estrayed Cow.
Dan'l Horlbeck-Notice in Bankruptcy.
Daniel Miller & Co.-Dry Goods, Notions,
J. C. Boyd-Notice in Relation to Public
F. W. Fant, Assignee-In Re-Bowers,
Wheeler & Co , Bankrupts.
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Mr. W. C. Sligh, of Jalapa, is the
authorized travelling agent for the Her
Mr.' L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our. authorized agent at
We are sorry to learn of the death of
Solicitor Ball's youngest child, which
occurred Saturday morning..
The seven convicts sentenced to the
Penitentiary last week went down to
day, leaving only eight boarders at the
a mulatto, picked the pocket of Mr. Alf.
Reederin Mr. Cash's store the 5tirinst.
of a gold watch.
THoxPSoS, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
Mr. Sol. Lane, the oldest Engineer
on the G. & C. R. R.. died in Columbia
on Thursday last. He had beeri sick
for some time. -
PusuC SCHOOLS.-We call attention
ofSchooi Trustees and all persons de
siring to teach in the public Schools - to
the riotice -given- by School Commis
sioner Boyd, in another place,
Foutz' Mixture or Liniment is used
all over the United States, because it is
the best for all diseases on man or
AmuIyED.-Inl the last'ISsue we said
it was about time for the washing ma~
chine man to come round, ~when no
sooner said-than lo! he came. Lovell's
Family Washer is the pattern-the
agent claims superiority over all others.
30 Shares Stock National Bank of
Newberry, for sale. Enquire of
R. L. MCCAUGHRLEN
Thrash's Consumptive cure and Lung
Restorer is becoming as staple for con
sumption and all. diseases of respiratory
organs as quinine in chills and fever,
Tril g. large. $1.50. Sol. by. all
Druggists. For sale by Dr. S. F.
BITTEN BY A MULE.-Mr. J. P. Lan
drum, we regret to say, was severely
bitten by one of the unbroken mules of
his drove on Saturday last. The ani,
mal caught one, of the fingers of Mr.
L.'s left' hand between his teeth and
dragged him -nearly across the yard;
The finger was badly lacerated.
OUR COLLEGE.-It is pleasant to note
hiow rapic]ly Newberry College is filling
up, every day bringing its new recruits,
t.hus adding strength to the different
classes, new energy and encouragement
to its able corps et~ professors. A new
impetus has been given to its fortunes
since the occupation of the -College
PA xFUL' ACCIDEr.-The oldest
child of- Mr. J. W. Smith, who lives
near Bush Rive4rwith a very pain.
ful accident Saturday..'Hiirtm wa
caught in some part of the running
gear of the gin and the flesh town from
the bone; the.bone is supposed to be
unirg.ured, and it is hoped that his arm
can be saved.
did lady's magazine for the current
month is received, and like its prede
cessors is a thing of beauty. Every
number reveals something new and at
tractive, hence its subscribers are evel
in delightful expectancy of what is tc
come next. Send to Chas. J. Peterson
g?iladelph~ia, for a year's subscription
Attention is called to the card of Mr
L~. S. Marshall, formerly of New ber
ry, but now living in the city o
dolumbia. -He offers his services at a
very moderate cost for the purchase o:
goods for parties here who have no
the time to visit the city and make thei:
selections. Orders will receive promp
attention, and we need scarcely ad
that any patronage given will be appre
Wftaike pleasore in calling* the at
jention of the trade to the card in ano
Nher column of the popular Dry Good:
and Notion house of Daniel Miller d
lo., of Baltimore. Mr. Geo. W. Clot
orthy, .the travelling represeptative o
~setblishment, is too well and fav
The Jones' Ventilated Trusses, some
,thingentirely new for this inaket gre
ihe easict, safest and best in the workI!
Now on exhibition and for sale only"by
Dr. Wi. E. Pelham. Read the certi
ficate below of one of our oldest prac
titioners, Dr. P. B. Ruff:
NEWBE.nRY, S. C., Jan. 28, 1878.
I have carefully examined Dr. Jones'
Truss, and unhesitatingly pronounce it
the most perfect and best instrument I
for Hernia I have ever seen, and would
recommend it in all cases of Rupture,
and would prefer it to any other.
5 :f P. B. RUFF, M. D.
ACCEDENT.-We regret to state that
Mrs. Gruber and her infant while on
their way to the resideilce of Mr. Mere
dith, at Helena, last Sunday, were
thrown-from the buggy in which they
were riding, the mule taking fright
from a hog suddenly darting out of a
fence corner. They were thrown some
distance, Mrs. G. sustaining several
severe abrasions, fortunately however,
not of a serious character.
CHURCH FINANCE.-At the late meet
ing of the Board of District Stewards
of the Methodist Station and Circuit
Churches of Newberry, held in Cokes
bury, on Wednesday, the 6th, the fol
lowing assessments were made:
Z ~ ~ ~ , - -=7___
Newberry sta . 110 5 2 I 301 4
Newberry Circut 140 G 9 40 I 5
N. Newberry Cir0. 50 2 10 "15 j 3
ATTEXrT TO FIRE.--The store house
of.Mr. Fallaw at Helena was set on fire
la'st Friday night, and again on Sunday
night-the first attempt being made on
the front side and the second on the
rear, and each time a free use of kero
sene was found to have been made.
On both occasions the fire was discov
ered in time to frustrate the diabolical
purpose. Whether any knowledge has
come to light as to who the guilty party
is we have not ascertained. Should he
or they be caught short shift should be
Among the visitors to Newberrv last
-week were Col. Richard C. Watts, So
licitor B. W. Ball, Col. Jno. W. Fergu
son and Major Stobo Garhngton, of
The 1. .01.FaiiNceived a poun
ding-on last Tuesday night. It was a
'r. Adyew Wallace has remioved
from Ne'wberry to Greenville, where he
it11r'su6'We. practice -of hiis .profes
sion. He proved successful in.his treat
~nienft hdre, an~d we commend liim cor
dially to the commangjgnong whom.
he has determined to cast his lot.
Jas. C: Clary Esq:, 'has removed the
light of his countenance to- Lauarens.
Capt. Coles, formerly one'of Ne wber
y's most~ active cotton. buayers& was on
the streets festerday> He.:is now loca
ted in Columbia._
tPOMARIA NURSERIES.-We have re
ceived with -pleasure a descriptive Cat
alogue of the Pomaria Nurseries, of
Mr. William Summer. These Nurse
ies were established as far back as
1840, and dluring the ,years preceding
he war gained an' en'viable notoriety,
but like. all other Souther4 enterprises
suffered declension in the period which
tried mep's souls, and.. from which it
has only but lately recovered- -.We re
joice that they are once mnore in success
ful operation. -It may 'well be stated
that-the fruit trees, evergreens, roses,
grape vines, ornamental trees, shrubs,
&c., viith which they are stocked, are
all acclimated, and therefore . of more
real -value than those which come from
POST OFFICE CHANGE.-The follow
ingorder from the -Bost Office I)epart
m'ent has been received by Mr. Boone.
The change proposed involves serious
inconvenience, and certainly implies
doubt as to the saneness of those who
were instrumental in its accomplish
ment. Mr. Bocne informs us that he
has forwarded a strong protest against
the change, and thinks that the order
will be revoked. We trust so._
WVAsnINGToN, Feb. 6, 1878.
SnR: The Contractor on Route No.
14,179, from Johnson's Depot to N~ew
berry C. H., has been instructed, in pur
sance of an order of the Postmaster
General, to change service so. as-to run
from Bouknight's Ferry by Clar-y's Min
eral Spring to Silver Street, omitting
Newberry C. H.
The order is to take effect February
15, 1877. and you will report if it is then
Respectfully, &c., &c.
~Second Assistant Postmaster General.
Postmaster Newberry C. HI,, S. C.
Cotton still continues to come in
Mr. G. G. DeWyalt bringing in 52 bales
The largest shipmen~t of bacon eve;
made to this place at one time arrived
here last Friday-Messrs. \Wheeler &
Moeley receiving twenty thousand
pounds, and Luther & Dominick twen
ty-twvo thousand pounds. These gen
tlemen can now furnish everybody and
the rest of mankind with seasoning for
Sugar took a downward tendency on
Satfday-a darkey letting fall a sack
full of short sweetening. Hie concluded
that mother earth took n~o "sugar in
hern" and scooped it up.
Our side waiks have been worked,
but alittle more aandl would put them
in a cod(ijtion to compare favorably
with those of other towns.
- -The businesr of this -Court -was dis
posed of in a very short time,. consider
ing the number of causes. Everything
moved smoothly, without haste, but
witb no unnecessary delay. Several 1
parties pleaded guilty, thus saving the
county considerable expense and, no
doubt, securing for themselves a lighter
punishment. The following are the
cases tried, with the results State vs.
Samuel Johnson, Grand Larceny
Guilty-six months in the Penitentiary.
State vs. George Bradley, Grand Lar
ceny-Guilty-one year in the Peni
State vs. Will 1-. Thomas, Official
State vs. John A. Bugg, pleaded
guilty-five years in the Penitentiary.
State vs. Adolphus Maybin, burglary
-Guilty-One year in the Penitentiary.
State vs. Alfred Shell, assault and
battery, with intent to kill-Guilty
one year in the County Jail.
State vs. Calvin Kinard, Burglary
Guilty-one year in the Penitentiary.
State vs. Sam'I D. Pelham, assault
and battery, with intent to kill.-plead
ed guilty-two months in the County
Jail, or to pay a fine of $50 and costs.
State vs. Jefferson Walker, retailing
spirituous liquors without license-uot
State vs. Daniel West, grand lareny
-pleaded guilty-one year in the Pen
State vs. John A. Wilson, assault and
batterr, with intent to kill-guilty
sixty days in the County Jail.
State vs. Ellick Young,-burglary
State vs. Robert Summers, assault
and battery, with intent to kill-not
State vs. Joshua Wright, assault and
battery, with intent to kill-not guilty.
State vs. Bennett Hancock.- J. Tho
u-as Hancock and Wesly Adams, ma
licious mischief-guilty as to the first
two, not guilty as to t'Ie last, Bennett
Hancock sentenced t- one day in the
County Jail and a fine of $15 and costs;
sealed sentence as to J. Thomas Han
State vs. Jao. C. Kling, receiving
stolen goods, knowing them to be stolen,
the jury could not agree, and a mis
trial was ordered.
State vs. George Renwick, grand
larceny-pleaded guilty-one year in
The Court of Sessions adjourned sinc
This Court was opened Saturday
moring. The following is the num
ber of civil cases that were docket
d for the term: On Calendar. No. 1,
110;No. 2, 11;No. 3, 13; No. 4. 10;
No. 5, 42; No, 6, 42.
Calendar No. 6, default cases, was
disposed of Saturday.
When Court convened on Monday
morning it was ascertained that the
members of the bar had held a meeting
and that they had_ there concluded to
ask for an adjournient sine die, and
for an extra term in April. This ac
tion was taken on account of the ab
sence of Messrs. Pope and Johnstone,.
who had several cases on the Calendars,
and who were absent in columbia at
tending the se.sion of the General As
sembly. Judge Kershaw passed an
order adjourning Court, and calling an
extra term to begin Tuesday the 16th
dLy of April next.
Judge TPershaw left on the down
train yesterday, (Monday). He will
open Court at Laurens C. H., next
THlE CONCERT LAST wEEK.-The Gru
her Family gave a concert at Temper
ance Hall, Friday and Saturday nights.
The famnily consists of Mr. and Mrs.
Gruer, :a little boy fly years old, and
a little girl of three. The children sing
beautifully, as well as their parents.
Mr. G. performed some remarkable
feats on musical instruments; standing
on one . ot he played the bass violin
with the other, while with his hands he
played the first violin, four bells, cym
bals,and. the harmonica with his.mouth.
The imitation of the steam pian~o was
rich. The whole performance was
good, and the large audience were de
Since making the above notice we
learn that at the urgent solicitation of
many citizens, Mr. Gruber has consent
ed to give another of his inimitable and
pleasing entertainments. The object
desired is to give him and his accom
plished family a proof of the high ap
preciation in which they are held, and
to show him that a prophet is not AL
WAS without .honor save in his own
country, and to do this the citizens pro
pose to give him a rousing house. Fri
day evening is the time appointed, on
whih occasion we expect .,Temperance
Hall crowded as it never has been be
fore. To.those who attended his pre
vious concerts we need hardly say go
again, for they will certainly do so, but
to those who haive not' yet had that
pleasure our advice is be sure and at
A TIME TO DANsCE.-Much has been
said and written against dancing, but
we will show that under ?ertain circm
stances there is no harm in dancing.
If the kitchen maid trips and -breaks a
dish into 'smithereens' who can blame
her for dancing, or the charming mis
tress if she executes a little on the light
antastic '&hen th? maid says "I didn't
go to do it." droekery will. break and
the women will dance, and thes husband
pays the piper. But after all not much
~ ~ ,,-,~ ~ th~ i~~rn~dv is so sim
Ar.oT TH E TOWN ANI) COUNTY.
More rain, and-more mud.
Tilis thue it was thunder, lightning
With a storm of wind and consider
Farmers are getting very restless in
consequence. It is advised to be pa
tiont. It will all come out right in the
Little folks are in despair, IIeise the
candy man has folded his tent and de
parted. Like a meteor he fiasbed-into
our midst and as suddenly vanished.
He hadn't orter treated us to such short
That short chapter on dogs in the
Herald last week, called forth an ex
pression from the cats. They had a
lively meeting under the offlice on Fri
Thursday will be Valentine's day.
Have you one of Cupid's d9cuments
Now is,the time to sow for spring
oats; sow thickly and secure a good
It is hoped that vegetables will be
abundant this spring and summer, now
that seeds are so cheap. Get your soil
in good order id well manured before
putting in seed. A liberal amount of
elbow grease after the plants begin to
grow will insure success.
The lazy man who puts off till to
morrow what he can do to-day will al
ways be behind his more industrious
and thrifty neighbor.
Though the grass is beginning to
hoof out its tiny spears, violets are
blooming, and crocusses swelling, do
not be misled into the belief that spring
has come; for
There will come more of frost,
. And soon sown seed be lost;
Keen biting winds and washing rains
Wi41 leave but sorrow for your pains.
Th6'Good Templars of this County
will convene on the 20th at Helena.
Treasurer U. B. Whites :has. a fine
large fire proof safe for his offlice-and:
tax-payers need be under no apprehen
sion about the money they deposit with
This reminds us to say that Esq. Car
lisle's safe is happily bestowed, and gave
much less trouble than the knowing
ones predicted. It is a handsome piece
of furniture, and adds to the appearance
o-f his -popular4temple of- justice.
The editor of the News is felicitated.
He is mn possession of a comfortable
chair. May his after life "no less fortu
nate be than a snug elbow chair can
afford for reclining, and a cot which o'er
angs the blue ea," with a million or
two for pocket money.
NEWBERRY COLLEGE.-HOn. Robert
R. Hemphili, -of A bbeville, in his ad
dress in opposition to the establishment
of the State University, thus speaks of
our college: -
"Newberry College educates .the
youth of the Lutherans. It is in a pros
perous condition and has sent out a
large number of the promising men of
A deserved compliment; but the
college not only educates "the youth of
the Lutherans," but the youth of all de
No other medicine in the world was
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
Draggistasin this country tothose afflic
tel with Consumption, Asthma. Croup,
severe Coughs, Pneumonia and other
diseases of the Throat and Lungs, 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 cen ts. Reg.ular size
75 cents. Three doses will relieve any
We can change a fift- dollar bill if you
want a bottle of GLOBE FLOWER COUGH
Syur, the greatest Cough and Lung
Remedy ni the wori4; or if you want
try it first and see if what the Hon.
Alex. H. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith, Ex
Gov. Brown and Hon. Robert Toombs
of Georgia, say about it is true, you can
get- a Sample Bottle for ten cents at
Dr. S. F. Fant's Drug Store, that re
lieves an ordinary cold. The GLOBE
LOWER CouGH SYRUP never had'an
equal for Coughs, Colds and Lung Af
fections. It positively cures Consump
tion when all other boasted remedies
fail. Sample Bottles, ten cents. Reg-.
ular size, fifty doses, $1.00.
Ahad wher.e they loap you a dollar
and chalk it down till to-morrow, for a
bottle of MERRELL's HEPATINE for the
Liver. The enormous expense of im
portig the ingredients of this, great
liver medicine into this country, is why
our Druggist Dr. S. F. Pant sells but
one sample bottle to the same person
for ten cents ;but as there are fifty.
doses in the large size bottles, it is
cheap enough after all at two cents
per nose, for a medicine tat thes niever
b'een kuown to fail in the cure of dys
pepsia and all diseases of the liver.. It
has never failed in the cure of liver
complaint when -taken as directed, no
matter of how long standing the dis
ease. It cures Chills and Fever, Can
stipation of the Bowels. Dyspepsia and
Liver Comnplaint. Sample Bottles ten
cents ; regular size, fifty doses, $1.00.
~ fl F~h Q 1R~R I
G. 1). H ALTIWANGEM, Editing Committee
G. B. CROMER.
Coinmuniications de-signed for this column
to be directed to the Editing Committee,
Newberry, S. C.
LTTE WHITE LicKs,
Januivy 2, 187s.
DEARn Goa-What I ineau by thor
oughness in conneti-on with courtship ik
this: avoidance of everything that staii
III tho wa of sincery, hiV no:a
titude, or that ent.rs in:o the com posion
of what. is called flirtation. I do not know
that what I write at this time will advance
me Iunch iin my main deign, which is the
enumeration and discussion of the obsta
cles that hind3r the attainment of thorough
nes, in collegiate education, (pretty bold
undertaking for a piney-woods biacksmith)
but it will exhibit the first shades of depar
trie from the old-ti:ie simplicity-depar
tures which have divided and subdivided
ito more defecis than all ti colleges car.
I had long been thiLiking of Elviry as a
propei- woman for my wife ; longer than i
thought she was aware of, though in this I
was mristaken, as will appear. Young wo
men had already-at-that time become very
watchful and penetratia in their j!lgment
of a young man's behavior. I do not. know
who is to blame for it, but this was a de
parture from the old ways, which, I am
afraid, will lead to much trouble, in the
way of mlsapprehen4ioh of conduct, -jeal
ousies, coquetry, and such like.
On an average of once a week I spent
the evening with Elviry, in very pleasant
discourse. Months passed on, and I finally
determined to p:opose marriage to her, the
next Saturday uight. I assure you that,
with such a determination on my mind, I
worked like a fiend, without, however, do
ing any creditable work. I was heartiiv
ashamed of what I did that day on- my an
vil. A little after dark I caine to Ijviry,
and we sat down before the fire. Just after
I threw in the second lightwood knot, I
said to her: "Elviry, I have come over to
night to ask you if you will be my wife."
She turned her eyes quickly upon me, and,
exclainiing, "Cyrus!" hid her face in her
apron, and cried until I thought her heart
George, when a young woman iho had
been calling mne "Cy." from our childhood
up, suddenly calls me 'Cyrus," I must feet
convinced that some mistake has been made.
I certatinly never before heard of such be
havior in our part of the country, as I wit-.
nessed in Elviry that night. I took her
hand and asked her what was the matter~
She answered, with her voice broken by
sobs: "Cyrus, you-ought to have asked
me that-that question-at least six months
ago."~ "Wh y, Elviry 9" I enauired. "Be
cause3' she replied, "'you have known-or
ought to have known-from the looks I
gave you, that I expected you to ask me-'
and here you have kept me waiting these
six long months, Cyrus !"
The woman was right; and I ought t.o
have been killed. I saw my error, and set
ted this rule in :ny mind: that tho.rough
courtship, as wecll as any other progr'essive
exercise, reouires a man to ascertain the
precise time for acting, and neither to post
pone, nor to anticipate it. This latter
clause was illustrated by Kuk Koon in his
experience withi Hester Miller', on Hollow
Creek. She familiarly called him Kuk, and
one of his viSits changed the pet-name to
Kukky, which threw him into a precipita
tion, and !p propogec1 ngrriage qt.oee.
Iis'astonisflment was 'as 'great' as mine,
when she' turned upon imf with ferocity
in her eye. and cried out: ."Hab.akkuk !
when did you ever see any expression in
my eye that warranted you in such impu
dence as this? You have asked this ques
tion three months too soon."
I went to my father-at that time seven
ty-four years of age, nowv ninety-three-and
laitl these cases before him. He shook his
head, and said that nothing of that sort
was ever heard of in his day. Hie declared,
that when he was twenty years old, a young
man did not have to dodge from one girl to
another in search of a wife, like a butterfly
among a garden full of hollyhocks-thereby
unsettlhng his heart, and making him
worthless:i but his parents told when and
where to go, and he went accordingly. And
it was well ; because, in those days, one
girl was as good and as good-looking as an
other. My father thought that what I told
him was very alarming, and that it ought
to be stopped. In as much as it has not
been stopped, I am unable to say into what
extremes theae primitive de'partures fromn
simplicity have. ramiged. What I have ob
served, myself, I wilt} men tion, nIow and
then, when I get into my subject proper.
1 must be indulged in one paragraph
more. I got into trouble a few days ago,
on account of my published writings. You
know Dolly Socks. If you don't, your fa
ther does. Dolly lives at present over the
river. In fact, she has no hoge gf her
own but everyibody's home is hers. She
is very uiseful. She can sew, weave, spin,
wash, quilt, and is the only person I ever
knew, who could knit stockings, smoke her
pipe, and read her Bible, all e.t th same
time, withiot any confMgion of ideas. -Dol
l is to sta six weeks with us, next Jun?,
I do nos know any person wP.oz I would
dread otfending mere than this woman
she is griusefb.l-knows so many recipes,and
has so much comforting talk. My disma3
was then complete, -some days ago, when
she suddenly appeared before me, in my
shop, and after slapping me in the.faco,
screamed out : "So, Mr. Cyruna Cioppy, a
wvman i'ot a thoro-ugh womanl until she
gets a husband, ehb! i'll let you know, sir,
that I have never had one, and I am never
going to have one, and I am as thorough a
woman as ever sowed a button on a good
for-nothing muan's brepph-:a.
After recoyering some composure I made
some attempts to pacify Miss Socks, and
sueceeded. I told her thiat izany wonmen
(this was a piece of' pagardly sophistry, and
i am ashamed of it) were not predestined
to get married,, ran if uoh persons madly
attempted it, they only became objects of
trdav moriJng, anti s-tiled down milo the
conviction that there is no attainable thor
oughness in this world-which can ezempt a
man from trouble.
In my next, I will discourse upon the
obstacies that hinder the attainment of
thoroughness in a collegiate course of edu
Yours as ever and forever,
ReilMoval ito the colege building took
place on Friday, the first instant. On Mon
d.ty following at the opening exe-reiies in
the new Unihiing, Ruv. Kuhns, Ghirman
of Uoard of Tru-ee and Building Commit
tee, made a short uir hia-d, but pretty and
Sundry typographical errors h; our arti
cle in the last izsue. For instance, the
word "accessary" appears where "reason
ing" ought to have been put, and inistead
of "Greek and Rotuan classes," it should
have been "the Greek and Roman classics."
There were other like mistakes. All our
fault, however; our handwriting is none of
the plainest and the article was sent in at
a very late hour. In the previous article
on the same subject, the word "seasons"
was put for "reasons" in a quotation from
Everett. This also is to be charged to our
At a meeting of the Faculty oft Ne%vberr-y
College, held on Thursday, the 7dth instant,
the folloWing resolution was unanimously
Resolved, That the thanks of the Faculty
are due a1d hereby tendered to the firm
of C. & G. S. Mower, for &he free use of
roams occupied by the college during the
Box PAPER.-A large and pretty va
riety of paper and envelopes in boxes
for sale cheap at Herald Stationery
NEWBERRY, S. C., February 12.-Cotton
Number of Bales shipped during week, 351.
Newberry Prices. Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New....... 6j
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.....
Sides, C. R., New............. 8
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders New......... 6
Sides, C. h., New.......... a 7
Sides, Long Clear...........
. Uncanvassed .aras........ 10
-Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tecs ...... 2
Leaf, in Buckets............ 13
Powdered................. 16 .
Granulated Standard,.... .. 12a.
Extra C..,.............. 12k -
Cogee C.......... ....... 11
New Orleans............. 12k
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
TEA- Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hyson........ d.... 1,50
ALLSPICE......-...... ......... 25
* Roasted or Parched...30
Best Rio............... 26a
Good Rio.............. 2a 25
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Belted... ............... 1.00
SOAP.......................... da 10
SrARCR....................... 10a 16
STAR CANDLES............... 16
F'LOC~R, per bbl.......... ......8.0a 9.00
ENGLISH SODA. ............. 10
IIORSFORtD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 85
AXLE GREASE.................. 15
TOBACCO...................... 60a 1.25
NAILS(10...e.. ... ................ 3.50
BAG GING-Heavy................... 15
ARROW TIES, per bunch...... 8 00
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per Lu.. ............ a
All persons having demands against the
Estate of Sarah Moore, deceased, will pre
sent them to the undersigned duly attested,
or his Attorneys, Messrs. Poy~e & Fair, on
or before the 13th of May, 1878, for on
or before that day I wi dl pply for final dis
charge as; AcTinistrator to the Court of
Probate for Newberry County.
B. B. FRAZIER,
Administrator Estate Sarah Moore.
Jan. 16, 3--5t
In hereby given that the tzncersigned will
make final settiet.ents on the F4sta~tes of
C't:in~ia D,ownzing and~ Xary Eintti, i.i the
Propate Court for Newlberry County, on
the 23d of MA1rc.h next, and ask for his final
Executor of Will of Mary Eutts and
Trustee oe Christina Downing.
Jan. 25, 187S-5-1ui.
EDUCATION FOR THF j00Rs
Throu~gh thie kindness of a nameless
Famn~, I have control of. a "Loan Fund,"
for the benefit of worthy poor young lrdies
who earnestly desire a thorough education.
IL would hereby inform such that, by com
plying with the reazc,ngbjle c.9aditions of
the. ".'ps'" they~ ma'y prosecute their
stadies ini she
WILLIA.MSTON FIMALE CtyLEGE,
WILLIAMsToN, S. C.,
A t a very -smal? present outlay, and pay the
rest of their expenses after they shall have
earned the money.
On receiving a stamp for return postge,
I will gladly furnish full particulart to any
young lady applying th,er? for in her own
handwritngS. LasEon, Pres't W. F. C.
Jani. 30, 5-6t.
STAT.E OF SOUTHl CAROLINA,
By James~ C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whegeas, E. P. Chalmers, as Clerk of
the Circuit Court, hath made suit to me, to
gant him letters of Administration of the
Estate and effects of Frederiek H. Whitney,
IThese are therefore to cite anfd ashrncnish]
all and sin.gular, the kiadrod and credi%s.
of theC said deoeased, that tney be and
Iappear, before me, in the Court of Pro
[bate, te he held at Newberry Court House,
. G., on he 0t day of March next,
Dry Goodt, Groceries, -c.
The iides igsedl e.'erod into partoer
ship for the Lransactio-. of a General Mer
chandise Busies.a, on the 10th of December,
1877, under the namo and style of CRAW.
FORD & HARDY.
J. M. CRAWFORD,
J. P. HARDY.
Feb. 6, 1878.
CJIIA'WFOIID & -HARDY,
(Store formerly occupied by J. F. Todd)
OFFER AT BOTT'M PIOSES
Family and Plantation
Shoes, lats, Notions, &c.,
IF YOU WOULD. SAVE MONEY
Now is the iime, and the place
IJIiNioa & II1IWTS
Highest c:,st prices tren for all kinds of
Country Produce, or taken in exchange for
Feb. 6, G-tf.
To My Friends and
I beg to c_-01 your attention to the largest
and cheapee stock of
English and American
Iron, Steel, Nails,
WINDOW GLASS, &c., &c.,
That it has ever been my pleasure to offer
vou. An experience of twenty years in the
selection and sale of the above goods ena
bles me, I think, to offer induem_ents cer
thinly equal to any.
I am, prepared and wI.L MJETr Rny Comn
petition in this or any market in the State.
Thanking jou for the confidence and pat
Ironage so liberally bestowed, it shall be my
constant effort to deserve your further pa
S. P, BOOZER
MILRURN PLANTATION WAGONS,
TQWN'S UNIVERSAL PLOWS,
BEST QUALITY BUILDING LIME.
Newberry, S. C., Feb.~ 6, 18'78. 6-At
NOW IS THlE TIflE
WITH THE NEW VOLUME AND TilE NEW YEAR.
Only $2, in Advance.
-THE ORGAN OF THE GRANGE!
A COLLEGE DEPARTMENT !
BROADBRIMS NEW YORK LETTERE!
WASHINGTON CORR ESP'ONDE %CE !
ADDED TO WHICH
SPICEY LETTERS FROM POMARIA !
and other points of the County !
Which fbuishes everything of interest
transpiring in the County !
It presents an attractive array for 18781
The HERALD is finely printed, contains
32 columns of matter and is worthy a place
at every fireside in the County.
SENI) IN SUBSCEIPTIONS EABLY.
qr AS AN ADVERTISING
.YILEDJUM it is second to no other
weekly paper in the State. Sii
OF ALL KINDS;
NEATLY AND ENPE)DITIOUSLY EXECU
TKD AT CHEAP RATES.
T. F. GRENEKER,
Dec. 12, 50-tf.
The following Blanks are kept on hand
and for sale at the Newberry HERALD ofiCe :
Conveyances Real Estate.
Execution Against proper.ty.
Sheriff's Bo.nd foQr Money.
VWarrants of Arrest.
Recognizance to Prosecute or Testify.
Summons for Relief.
" " Moneq Demand.
" in Civil Action.
" in Probate Court.
" in Partiti6.on.
For sale at HERALD OFFICE.
Jan. 2, 1-tf.
ANOTHER LARGE LOT
Iardware and cutler.
. ('01e1 WK. W'.. J Ou'. N.
S HTO IRDWIRE
In the Sto, fim3rly occupied by
No$ 3,. -NiO-1,8oi. ._'44w,
OF THEIR LARGE AND SPLENDID
Which Has Been Bought
TO SELL AT ASTONISINGLY
EVERYTHING IN THE NEW STORE
DOWN TO HIRD PIN.
Call and Be Convinced
THAT MONEY CAN BE SAVED
BY PURCHASING OF
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Jan. 30, 5-2m.
FoR MEN'S AND BoYS
Furnishing Goods, Boots
Can be had from this date to
the 1st of March next,.
In such as Heavy Ft:r Beaver, and Blacki
and Colored Castor . Beaver Over-Sacks,
Heavy Worsted Coaits and Vests, Colored
Cass. Suits, and Colored Cass. Pants.
We would call especial attention to our
Boys' and Children's Suits
which we propose to
Sell at and Below Cost.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPART
we keep always fullanid complee,having just
received a fresh lot of Linen Bosom Shirts,
from $1.00 to $2.25 each, also a new lot of
Black Silk Dress Hats w ill 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 interest of every one in
need of anything in our line to call and ex
amine our stock.
WRIGHT & J. W. C0OPPOEe.
Jan. 16, 3-2m.
NMPORTANT 'TO FARMERS.
The following popular Fertilizers~
~almett Acid Phaphat6,
Are offered to Farrers'
At Low Cash Priees, or at
W. W. HODGES;
Feb 6 6 3m Agent.
SALE OF~ FUJRNITURE.
Will be sold at 3, O& THE 28d
OF FEBRUARY, neat - .rer ,Wilson's, the
following Personal Property, consisting of
One Piano, Two Fine Bureaus, One Side
board1 One Set Parlor Kuxniturer Kitchen
Furniture, One Fine Milch~ Cow and Calf,
&c., &c. TERMS CASH.
- FANNIE P. SLIGH.
Feb. 6, 6-25.
I will sell it the late residence of David
Halfacre, deceased, ON TIHIE FIFTEENTIH
DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1878, the following
Personal Property, viz:
Ten Head of Cattle.
Hogs, Fodder, Corn, Flour.
Household and Kitchen
Furniture and,Farming Uten
sils. TERMS CASH.
Administrator David Halfacre.
Feb. 6, 6-2t.
COM BINA TION .
PEN AND PENCIL.
McGill's Paper Fasteners,
At HERALD BOOK STORE.
Jan. 30, 5-tf'.