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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, MAR 27, 1878.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
E. P. Chalmers-Notice.
Mrs. McSmith-Muic House.
J. P. Landrum-Mules for Sale.
Norm4n L. Munro-Riverside Library.
Riordan & Dawson-For the Campaign.
W. M. Shack leford-To Lovers of Fine Art.
J. C. Leaby-Complaint to Sell Land to
thos. F. Harmon, Agent, and others
Jno. B. Carwile-Report of Condition of
the National Bank of Newberry.
J. H. Warwick is the authorized rep
resentative of this paper to the Paris
Exposition of 1878. 10-4t.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits and pure
----r. Pinckney Gilliam had a severe
stroke of paralysis Saturday, from
which it is thought Le cannot recover.
One trial of Foutz' mixture or lini
ment will convince you of its wonder
ful merit. Sold everywhere in the
United States. 12-5t.
THA-Ks.-For a mess of tender ear
ly Lettuce and crisp Radishes, we are
indebted to Mrs. 0. B. Mayer. They
are the first seen, and are highly appre
Go to H. A. Burns for Canned To
matoes, Green Corn, Peaches. At Low
Mrs. Sophie Redus will return from
New York to-day, with the prettiest
Ladies' Hats, Ties and Notions ever
opened in this market. Ladies, don't
buy until you examine her stock. I
.HANDSOME PIcTuRES.-Attention is
called to the notice of Mr. Shackle
ford's. He has a lot of handsome chro
mos which he will dispose of at ei-ceed
ingly low prices. Call and examine
Taorsov, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
Go to H. A. Burns, for Soda, Oyster,
Lemon, Cream, Family, Nic Nac, Des
sort. Ginger Snaps, Rifle nut, Fruit Bis
cuit. Egg Bisenit, and Crackers in Let
ters and Leaves, all of which are fresh
and choice goods. tf
J. H. Mead, of Atlanta, Ga., says
Thrash's consumptive cure is the only
remedy that will cure consumption and
ali lung affections. Trial bottle 50c.,
large size $1.50. For sale by Dr. S. F.
Go to H. A. Burns' for your Cigars,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, all of
which are sold at Bottom Prices. 13-tf.
SENTENCE SHORTEND.-John A.
ugg, colored, sentenced at the last
of Court here. for bigamy, has had
nce changed by the Governor,
eyears to six months in the
sfTr.-Mr. Ed. Kingsmore
celain dish, resembling some.
w ta pickle dish, that was made in
1696. It is beautifully ornamented with
flowers, which are as bright as if made
JUJST RECEIVED.-A large number
of the popular Seaside Library Novels,
for sale at publishers prices.
Look over catalogue in another col
umn and made selection.
Blank and Memorandum books just
All publications ordered on receipt
of price. tf
A difficulty occurred on the street
Saturday night between David Leahy,
of Newberr y, and George Summer, of
Helena, both white, in which the for
mer struck the latter over the head with
a pistol, making an ugly gash and frac
turing the skull. His wound was at
tynded to at once, and he is in a fair
way to get well soon.
INCENDIARY.--Ani unoccupied house
on D. R. Phifer's lot, beyond the rail
road, was burned down on Thursday
's ins house was stored some furniture
that was sa'ved when the dwelling-house
which was burned last fall. Another
h-- ouse on the same lot was set on fire the
same night, but the flames went out.
The matter is involved in mystery.
We hope the guilty party may be dis
cover.d and punished, whoever he may
.WHAT IT BRINGS.-Now that Spring
is at hand, a general activity is witnes
sed in well-regulated households, the
good house-wife over-hauls everything,
fower and vegetable gardens are seen
to, rooms from basement to attic are
examined, bed-rooms. dining room and
kitchen undergo scrutiny not thought of
through the cold, dark days of winter.
Strange, if in all these places there be
not something lacking.: may Se a water
pot, trowel, flow;er-pot, some article of
crockery, china, glass, wood, tin, iron,
willow, etc. She takes the situation in
at a glance, and determities that things
.must be 'set to rights;' a list is prepared
and sent to Kingsland & Heath of Co
Klumbia, who she knows will fill her bill
-in the most satisfactory manner. A
word to the wise is sufficient. tf
AN ASTONISHING FACT.
A large proportion of the American
people are to-day dying from the effects
of Dyspepsia or disordered liver. The
result of these diseases upon the masses
of intelligent and valuable people ]s
most alarming, making life actually a
burden instead of a pleasant existence
.of enjoyment and usefulness as it ought
to be. There is no good reason for
this, if you will only throw aside preju
dice and skepticism, take the advice of
Druggists and your friends, and try one
bottle of Green's August Fiower. Your
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NARROW ESCAPE FROM A TERRIBLE
Monday night, the 25th, between 1
and 2 o'clock, a fire broke out in the
store of R. B. Keene & Co., Tin and
Store dealers, on the corner of Pratt
and -Adams Streets. The alarm was
sounded and crowds rushed to the burn
ing buildiog. When the front door
was opened the store was so completely
filled with smoke that it was impossible
to sce anything. Consequently nothing
was saved except a single stove. Sep
aratcd from I. B. Kene & Co.'s by a
wooden partition was Col. T. J. Lips
comb's store of general merchandise.
Not a single thing wassaved from this
store. The brick w.all separating Col.
Lipscomb and F. Gray stopped the pro
gress of the tire. F. Gray and L. F.
Smith & Co., thinking the fire would
reach them, moved out their goods.
We have endeavored to ascertain
as correctly as possible. R.. B. Keene
& Co., had a stock worth 93,500-in
sared for $2,000. Col. Lipscomb's loss
is about $1,000-no insurance. He had
recently moved most of his goods away.
F. Gray's loss-from moving his goods
-fully insured. L. F. Smith & Co.,
lost-by remqving their goods-about
The two stores burned belonged to
C. & G. S. Mower. They, with the
adjoining one, were insured for $1,500,
much less than their value.
Fortunately there was very little
breeze stirring; but as it was it seems
almost miraculous that there was not a
terrible conflagration. Sparks fell on
buildings two hundred yards away, in
the neighborhood of the Post Office.
We extend hearty sympathies to
those who have suffered, and congratti
late others on their narrow escape.
The fire was accidental.
RELIGIOuS.-The Baptists of this and
adjoining counties will hold a Union
meeting at Mt. Zion Church, Silver
Street, next Friday, Saturday and Sun
There will be no services in the Bap
tst Church in town Sunday morning,
but there will be preachinz at night.
LOAFING Boys.-The habit of loaf
ng in stores indulged in by some of the
outh of town is a very reprehensible
ne, and ought by all means to be
topped. It is bad for the store-keeper,
ecause many persons, ladies especially,
will not enter a store when they see a
lot of boys and young men leaning over
he counter, sitting on boxes and in
ther ways filling up room; it is also
ad for tbe boys, for they learn nothing
good by it, and waste time which might
e spent more profitably over their
books. If parents knew how boys
spent their time, they would interpose
a wholesome restriction.
Txai:ux em> CHAn>Es.-The
young people of Maybinton and
vicinity gave a delightful enter
tainment in Masonic Hall at May
binton, Friday night, for the bene
it of Ebenezer Church. The at
tendance was large and the acting
After the performances were over
there was a supper gotten up in the
ighest style of the art culinary,
that was highly enjoyed--especially
by the dozen gentlemen from town,
nd most especially by the Ken.
uckian. The proceeds of the en
tertainment amounted to the hand
some sam of seventy-two dollars.
MusIC HOU"SE.-The attention of the
musical public is respectfully directed
to the popular Music House of Mrs.
McSmith, Greenville, S. C., which is a
branch house of the well known firm
f Ludden & Bates, of Savannah. Mrs.
McSmith by indomitable energy and
peculiar fitness for the profession, has
established a reputation and business
of which she has reason to be proud.
Every kind of musical instrument, of
the best makers, is supplied by her at
extremely low prices, in fact for less
money than they can te obtained at in
he north. Organs can be obtained
from her on time, by paying the small
amount of $5 per month, and Pianos on
time to suit purchasers. We commend
this lady and her house to the public,
with the assurance that any purchase
made will be satisfactory. Sheet music
received daily, and sent post paid on
receipt of price. It
Fnu:s.-About 12 o'clock Sunday
fres broke out in several different places
in the county. The biggest fire of all
was that which started near the line of
Mr. Thomas M. Lake's and John P.
Kinard's plantations-it is not known
ertainly on which. It ext'endedl five
miles, burning over woods and old
fields belonging to these gentlemen,
Harry B. Scott and Glenn Rikard. They
all lost a good deal of fencing. Ri
kard's mille was saved by hard work.
Another fire on Mr. E. S. Coppock's
plantation burned over about ten acres
of wood lanid.
Another fire near Jalapa swept over
Robert Campbell's woods, destroying a
considerable portion of his fence.
Another fire broke out above Jalapa,
near Abner Reeder's. Still another on
Alan Johnstone's place, near town.
These two did no great damage, except
burning over the woods.
Maj. Kinard thinks it quite probable
that the fire that started on his place
or Mr. Lake's was the work of an in
ceonav The others are supposed to
Cheese is scarce.
Butter and eggs plentiful.
Bound to lie on shelves-books.
Weather-it lasted all the week.
And was various in character, but
Old Boreas kicked up a muss on Sun
day and blew things about muchly.
It came within an ae of frost on
Look out between this and Easter
a cold snap is preditted by 'probs.'
On the other hand it is confidently be
lieved there will be no backset.
All quiet-not even a case of tangle
Farmers are hard at work and in good
A cultivated car-an ear of corn.
A dangerous strait-whiskey straight,
Mr. J. D.. Smith Livingston already
has a good stand of corn. Will it stand?
Business is not worth a cent, but the
people are happy.
There was a pleasant gathering and
dance at the Simmons House Thursday
The fashionable coat this season will
be the cutaway, more favorably known
as the shad - .
How she came to put grist into the
biscuit dough instead of salt is one of
If our landowners would offer induce
ments to immigrants the waste- places
of Newberry would soon be filled up.
Pound parties are popular ; people
nd preachers 'preciate practice; prin
ters pray patiently, for
It would tickle us very much if the
Herald were to be pounded-and each
offering prove a paid up subscription
for one year.
The young lady who wrote the com
position on the goose in the News, last
week, shows beyond doubt, that she is
If you want cheap and interesting
reading call at the Herald Book Store
arge stock of Seaside Library novels
This is the time for the good house
wife to go for the bad bed-bug. An
unce of preventive is worth a pound
Next Monday will be All-fools day;
it will also be Sale-day, and we hope
there will-be fooling on the part of those
indebted to the Herald.
Now is the last chance of the season
to utilize dogs, soon it will be too warm
o make sausage meat. There are too
any dogs in this county.
Messrs. Coppock & Johnson are hav
ing a new sign painted on their awn
ing. Mr. Ed. Kingsmpre, a thorough
master of the' pencil and brush, is doing
A larg,e party of gentlemen went
down to Broad river Thursday on a
piscatorial expedition. They returned
Saturday, having caught one hundred
Home again, home again, from a for
eign shore ; one hundred and seventeen
days well spent, makes the members
wish for more.
The cost of making a counterfeit half
dollar is only eight cents, and y.et hun
dreds of men are hugging lamnp posts,
and crying hard times.
Life, young man, is only
A slippery sheet of ice ;
No girl there-it's lonely;
One girl there-it's nice.
"This is the maiden all forlorn," who
often wished she bad ne'er been born,
nd turned up her nose in petulant
scorn at th.e girl who last season's hat
Upright legislator : "What, sir! you
take me for one who can be bribed ?
ou insult my sense of honor-but, in
case I really were such a man, how
much would you give me ?"
"Do they miss you at home ?" he
asked, as she folded and put away a l.et
ter she had just received from her mo
ther. "Never," she answered, " they
Newbrry is economizing in every
possible way. Some have stopped tak
ing the paper in the legitimate way
by subscription. Some have stopped
buying whiskey, and drink only when
"It is more credit to a farmer to raise
120 or 140 bushels of sheiled corn on
eac r, than it would be to serve a
term in the state legislature ; and to be
able to raise 167 bushels of shelled corn
from an acre is more to be desired than
an election as a mngober of congress.
His wife saw him with his arm around
the hired girl's neck, but his courage
even i this tryipg extremity never for
sook him. '"I suspected some gne of
stealing the wvhiskey on the preserves.
Jane, for some time, and you know her
breath would have told if she was the
Spilkins refused to get his wife a new
hat, and soon after his little girl came
in and said: "Mamma, won't you buy
me a little monkey to play with when
you go down town ?" "No, darling
wait till you are older, and then marry
one, as I did," said the grief-stricken
Eschane.ato akn a eoe
Txhisiange. av ee flo
This and sow ae seena fellow
I desire to tender the sincere thanks
of my mother and myself to the mem
bers of the Newberrv Hook and Ladder
Company, and otherfriends whose kind
labors saved the store-room, occupied
by F. Gras, from the fire on Monday
night. ~ GEO. S. MOwEn.
March 26, 1878. it
HOMICIDE.--Last Wednesday night,
the 20th, while a party of colored peo
ple were returning from a prayer-meet
ing, an altercation arose between two
of the number, Andrew EichIGerger
and Jonas Bowman. A fight ensued,
in which Jonas cut Andrew with a knife.
inflicting a wound from which he died
that night. Jonas was arrested on
Thursday and carried before Trial Jus
tice Holloway, who committed him to
jail to await the action of the Grand
Ti.y WOULD CoimE.-The most nior
tifying mistake crer made by the Her
ald was the announcement that Hamp
ton would pass through Newberry on
Tuesday the 19th instead of the 26th.
The report spread like wild-fire; there
was no stopping it; after the mistake
was discovered, extras, dodgers and mes
sages proved of but little avail. The
first story was the- most popular, and
many persons refusing to accept the
situation, came in anyhow, dressed
in uniform and war paint, and blazing
with democratic zeal. It was feared
at one time that some of our warm
blooded friends would be down on the
Herald like a thousand of bricks and
may be go so far as to sack the office,
but no trouble resulted, and we are
able to-day to say that Hampton is the
man whom the people of Newberry de
light to and will honor.
SOCIETY CELEBRATION.-The Excel
sior Literary Society, of Newberry Col
lege, held its anniversary in Temper
ance Hall Friday night. Mr. E. H.
Aull makes a first-rate President, pos
sessing a dignified demeanor, a good
address, and the rare faculty of know
ing just what to say, and what not to
say. The debaters, Messrs. W. E. Lake
and I. P. Hawkins, had a big subject
to handle. "Should there be a Con
gress of Nations ?", has puzzled the
brains of the world's greatest statesmen.
These young gentlemen, however, were
nothing abashed, and showed that they
had studied the question diligently.
They acquitted themselves well. The
same may be said of Mr. . P Aull,
the orator of the occasion. His subject,
"Personal Influence," was well chosen,
and he did it full justice,
The Band played its best, adding
greatly to the pleasures of the evening.
Mr. John W. Coppock has returned
from the North.
Mr. J. D. Cash and Capt. J. Y. Mc
Fall are now in New York selecting a
stock of goods.
"Hon." S. S. Bridges, with the close
of the Legislature, retires permanently
to the refreshing shades of private life.
The old regime is passing away.
Hon. F. A. Conner, of Abbeville,
stopped over in Newberry Saturday
and Sunday, on his way from the Leg
Senator Jas. N. Lipscomb, and Rep
resentatives Y. J. Pope and George
Johnstone returned to Newberry from
the' Legislature Saturday. Notwith
standing their long absence their friends
readily recognized them.
Kelley the artist was .in town last
Mr. Abe Foot has departed. He is
now a commercial traveller,
F. W. Fant carries his foot in a sling.
The wind blewv his hat off Monday, and
in endeavoring to recover it he sprained
-Rev. Z. L~. White preached here on
the 17th to a very good congregation,
which came fron; all points of the com
pass. He will preach here again on
the 3d Sabbath in April, the 21st.
St. Patrick's day fell on the 17th at
Jalapa, that day being the Sabbath, no
demonstrations were made. It was
also "D E M" 's birthday, who claims
kin to Ireland's great patron saint, and
who by the same reason is death on
Farmrs are very busy planting, and
from what can he seen there will be
more guano used this y'ear than usual.
We rejoice in the fact that Governor
Wade Hampton is the choice of this
section for re-nomination. An influ
ential colored man says that Gov.
Hampton can beat any two other men
ii this State. The only fer Jalapa
has is that Hampton will not accept
The opening of the public schools
has given great pleasure. Miss Japie
Chalmers is the worthy teacher at this
It is a cause of deep regret that the
health of Col. G. S. Cannon is impaired.
Our Drs. Clark & Folk report health
good in this section. Their practice is
extensive, and reaches Saluda river on
the south, Duncan's creek north, Long
Lane east, and Kinard's T. 0. west.
Mr. Jas. Reader paid our burg a fly
ing visit on the 17th, wvhich was highly
appreciated. The last seen of Mr. R.,
he was seated in a fine top buggy
driving away with the Rev. White.
Jalapa can show one of the finest
olts in Newberry County. It is three
weeks old, and is the property of that
nergetic gentleman Dr. J. Wmn. Folk.
Mr. Willie Sligh is the first to report
a gang of young chickens. This will
be pleasant news to ye editors of the
Herald who have been on winter ra
tions so long.
We think of having a Township Fair,
provided Newberry fails in the effort to
,,r~ nn~ ?-~v th~ ~ Thi'~ i~ the
TiE PouxN PARTY.-The pounding
of the Rev. A. M. Chrietzburg and fain
ily on Tuesday night last, was a most
happy affair. The effect on the Rev
erend gentleman we will not attempt
to describe, as he speaks for himself in
another place. The effect on the com
pany is our business, for the reason that
they are too modest to speak for them
selves. It was a good thing, anti the
keen witted widows, desol:tC orphans,
single ladies who never intend o marry,
feeless doctors, local preachers and ex
horters who are paid for their services
in love, delegates representing the firm
of S. W. & Co., briefless baritrs and
impecunious people generally, alls saw
through it at a glance. The editor hild
a lively time and was buttonholed and
discoursed to until he didn't know
whose funeral it was. Each man and
woman desired us to make it known
through our very valuable paper that
they had fought, bl&l and died for so
ciety, and that they were eminently en
titled to a pounding. Well we don'I
wonder at the very peculiar view they
took of it, as we confess that our feel
ings were entirely overcome also, an
ecstatic vision of hanis, cooked and un
cooked poultry, packages of sugar, cof
fee, tea, flour, candy, bottles of pickles.
preserves, and a whole grocery store of
other things floated through our brain,
and we could almost see them crowding
in and filling our table. And when the.
band struck up outside we felt like
making a speech and proving our
thanks generally, but when the party
began to break up, and we were forced
to leave all the good things behind, the
sad reality was crushing. We have
not recovered yet. With the kindest of
feelings for the various classes men
tioned above, we respectfully urge that
the editor should come in first, and the
widows follow in their order.
We can change a 6fty dollar bill if you
want a bottle of GLOBE FLOWER COUGH!
SyRUP, the greatest Cough and Lung
Remedy in the world ; or if you want
to try it first and see if what the lon.
Alex. H. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith, Ex
Gov. Brown and H1on. Robert Toombs
of Georgia, say about it is true, you can
get a Sample BoIle for ten cents at
Dr. S. F. Fant's Drag Store, that re
lieves an - ordinary cold. The GLOi;E
FLOWER 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.
Ahead whbere' they loan 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
poting the ingredients of this great
lii-er medicine into this country, is why
our Druggist Dr. S. F. Fant 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 dose, for a medicine that has never
been known 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, Con-'
stipation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia andl
Liver Complaint. Sample Bottles ten
cents ; regular size, fifty dloses, $1.00.
Do You Want Hecalth?
WHY WVILL YE DIE ?-Death, or what
is worse, is the inevitable result of continued
suspnsionl of the menstrual flow. It is a
condition wich should not be trifled wtth.
Immediate relief is the only safeguard aganist
constitutional ruin. In all cases of suppres
sion, suspenin or other irregularity of the
"courses," Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regula
tor is the only sure remedy. It acts by giv
ing tone to the nervous centres, improving
the blood and determining directly to the or
gans of menstruation. It is a legitimate p:ne
scription, and the most intelligent Doctors
use it. PreDared by J. Bradfield, Atlanta,
Ga., 1.50 per bottle, and sold b)y respectable
BOON TO SUFFERING FEMALES.
L AGRANGE. GA ., March 29, 1870.
Bradficld & Co., Atlau ta, Ga.-Dear Sirs:
I take pleasure in stating that I have used
for the last twenty years the medicine you are
putting up, known as Dr. Bradfieldl's FEMA LE
REGULATOR, and] consider it the best combi
nation ever gotten together for the diseases
for which it is recommended. I have be,n
familiar with the prepara:iion both as a prac
titioner of medicine and in domestic practice,
and can honestly say tha t I consider iu a boon
to suffering femaies and can bu t hope that
every lady in our land, who may be suffering
in any way peculiar to their sex, may be
able to procure a bottie, and their suffer ings
many not only be relieved, hut they may be
restored to health and strength.
With my kindest regards,
I am, respect felly,
W. 11. FERRFI, M D.
For sale by Drs. S. F. Fanr., Pope & Wazrd
law, W. E. Pelham and W. F. Pratt. 14-2r.
NEwBERRY, S. C. March 2.-Colon 91
Number of Bales shpped durinag week, 160.
Newberry Prices Curreut.
By J. N. MA R TIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... 6
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..
Sides, C. R.. New................8..
DRY SA LTE!D ME ATS
Shoulders. Ne............. Is
Sides. C. Rt., New........... a i
Sides, Loug Clear........
Cauvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces.......... 12
Lea, in Buckets........... 1
Granulated Standard..... . N
Extra C.................. 121
Coffee C-............------- 1
New Orleans.............. 1
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 4)
Cuba Molasses.. .... 0
Sugar H-ouse Molasses. 40
Young Hy son............ ... 1.50
A LLSPICE.............----- 5
EP 1ER..........................- 0
Rtoasted or Parched. 0
IBest Rio. ............... 26a
Good Rio.............. 23a 25
Cider Vinegar.........0 0
White Wine.Vinegar.. 65
Tennessee. ............. . 85
SOAP...... --......... ..... Ga 10
S rARCH...........-...--...--10a 16
STAR CANDLES...............1 9.0
FLOUR, per bbl.......... ...... S.00a 90
On Tuesday the 19th inst., by the Rev.
McClintock, Mn. JAMES TURNER to MisS
SALLIE FrANKLIN, all of Newibrrv.
At the Greenville Hotel, S. C., on the
morning of' tLe 2ht uit , by the Rev. R. If.
Nall. I. F. ANSEL, Esq., and Mis OPHELIA
NEwniTr:qY, S. C., Mar. 23, 1S78.
List ol advertised letters for weck ending
March 23. 1878:
Ikt'he. Mr Martha Hawkin;, L. D.
Grhm,J B. .H1allyI , .:m es
H-all. MNrs. M. E. Nteo mke
Parties calling for letters will pk-Ase say
Ce i . R. W. BOONE, P. M.
CIIA NGIL OF SCH EDULE.
Down Train arrives ...........2 P M
Up Train arrive-...... ......... 2 07 P M
Laurens Train ariives. ..........12 40 P 51
" " 49 leaves............ 2 15 P M
Mails close for all trains.......... 1 30 P 31
Up and Down Trains p,s at thi place.
R. W. BOONE, P MI
Newberry, S. C., March 19.
11EM0VAL, 1M0 L!
We have moved to W8. T. TAR
RANTS old stand,
N0.u 5 1!il 0 1 liu
WHERE WE ARE RECEIVING
A FULL LINE OF FRESH
An inspection from our friends will
prove greatly to their advantage.
JONES & SATTERWHITE,
LEADE3-: C& LaOW PRICES,
NEc%,-Newberry, S. C.
March 5, 1878. 10 -2#1.
GUANO FOR OTO
o r..d o .av'r l t ermz, cither for
Cash, CQ4ton or on ti;%
fRiddileton's Fish Amm 1na
A NO. I PRRTILTZE for Cotton, ()oru, &c.
Highly recommentded by all who hve used
eb. 20, 8--tf'.
U. S, INTERNAL.-REVENUE SPECIAL. TAXES.
Under the Revised Statutes of the United
States, Sections :32.32, 3237 3238, and 39,
eve.-v person eng.aged in any b~usiness, avo,
canonl, or empl~oymient,. which renders him
liable to a special tax, is required to pro
cnre and place and kee:p ecu1spienously in
his esablishment or place oft business a
STMradenotinlg the' pay:nent of said special
tax for the speciatl-tax year beginninig May
1, 1878. Sectioni 3244, R.aised Statutes,
designates who are liable to special tax. A
return, J.s prescrib)ed on Formn 11, is also
requit.d by law of every person li:able to
special tax 8s above. Se!vere )Qpenaties are
prescribed for non.compliance with the~
foregoing requirements, or for continuing
in business after April 30, 1873, without
payment of tax.
Application should be made to E. M.
Brayton, Collector of Internhal Roeeue, at
Columbia, S. C.
Under an order of thi Lourt of Probate
I will alil at my resi i.ce, all the property
of Isaiah W. Hiend rix, conisisting of Horses,
Corn, Wearing Apparei, &c., on the 27th
day of Miarch, for cas.iS
FE LIX D. GR AH AM, Administrator.
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8300fr :i 5.0 o '6.PIR7 I DGE
00CHINS 82.00 er do - WHT LEG
HORNS ad UROWNLEGHOR , 0
pe dz.LIHTBR-MS 820 e
mar1 20 8 t chaleson S' O.d
At BOTTO PRIES
A RS/ LTO
'.- U N '
LEMONS, FRUITS, &C.
H. A. BURNS'.
March 20, 1$-I~Thrn.
FOR -MEN'S AND PoYS
C L O T 1H NG
Furnishing Goods, Boots
Can be had from this date to
the 1st of March next,
It such as i1eavy F::r Beaver, and Back
and Colored Castor Beaver Over-Sacks,
Heavy Worst.d Cots and Vests, Colored
Cass.'Suit;, and Colord Cass. Pants.
We would call especial atteiiion to our
Boys' and Children's Suits
which we pr),)o.-(! to
Sell at and Below Cost.
UR FR SIN?F G(IODS DEPART
w,e keep aIwa; s full and comllm ete,havingjt
-ecevd a fresh 'ot of Lii-i Bosom Shirts,
from 81.(a) to ;2.15 each, also a new lot oi
Black Silk Dress lla!s -i.l be sold from
three to five dollars each (Zooi Syle.)
li#avy Boots and Shoes a-.> also ofcred
We beg leave to call the attention of our
:un.tomers to iho faet. that we feel assured
it will be to the in-erest- of every one in
need of an-thing in our line to call and ex
&mine our stock.
WRIGHT & a W. COPPOCK.
Jan. it), i-2mn.
Dry Goods and .-Motions
DANIF!MIL ~ CO,1
.IPoRTERS AND JOBBERS OF
327 and 329 Baltimore
42 and 44 German Sts.,
THERE IS A TIDE
IN THE AFFAIRS
Which, if taken at the Flood
LEADS TO FORTUNE.
NOW IS THAT TIME
A.ND THE TIDE
C. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Who is gelling his entire st.ock of
N OT IO NS,
The indies are i ncluded in th:is in vition
n : are as:ared the they wi!!I finzd rhe fl:od
peas.mJt and. perita!e o;e.
Ja .i ;, 3 - i
RiDES~ AND BARK WINTED,X
The unciersigned wi4he.s to purchase at
5,000i DRY OR~ GiiEENS HILES,
300 COR DS T AN BA RK,
And has ali kirdiofi LEATilER, extra
inis,. for :Qe. G .i.t M rl in corneton
ih: Tannery. Bea t. n.lity of Mr-;l ma.de.
L. J. JONES.
IMiURTANT TO FARMERS -
rhe following 1:opu:lar Fertilizers:
Pametto Acid Phosphale,
Are offered to Farmers'
t Low Cash Prices, or at
W. W. HODGES,
Feb 66?,m Agent.
The following POPULAR GUANOS are
or sale by
L. N. DJARTIN & CO.
The Atlantic Phosnhate.
yfi-'ar44fre anid Cuilir.
I:, tha Si' foi mc,ly ccepied by
S. . & Co.
e 3, $&906 o110,
CO ff JOHSo
Es:mrr'T1r. YANN ors.o:
OF THEIR LARGE AND SPIFXDID ;
Which Has Been Bought
TO SELL AT ISTONMINGLY
EVERYTHING IN THE NEW STORE
D01N TO IIRD FAN
Call and Be Convinced
THAT MONEY CAN BE SAVED
UY PURCHASING OF
DOPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Jan. 30, 5-2m.
- THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
FORTABLE AlND STAIONARY
ST E:A vMMiN PlimgLER
SAW, FLOUR AND GIST ]iLL
Of Improved -Digi A'pA ~1ty
'rm POOLE & HUNT,
Send for Circular"s.. -BALTIMORE, MD.'
31ar. - 3, 11-1y.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHiES, CLOCKS8, JEWELRY,
Siver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND. GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AN'D SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF. NEWBERRY.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
L. J. JONES & W. C. PA RKER, Plfis.,
W. H. WEBB, Defendant,
By virtue of an execution to me directed
in the above stated cas*o, and of bther ex
ecutions agai;vat lho defendant, I will sell
at New berry Court House on the first Mon
dlay in Apr'l, A.D. 1878, at peblic outcry,
and to the highest bi<ider, the following
Real Estate, to-wit:.
1. One IIouse andl Los in the Town of
Newberry, contining one acre more or
less on Leavell s:reet, oecupie i by N. B.
Mezyck, bounded by lot of the heirs of
Benson M. Jonesa, deceased, separated from
lot of W. T. Tarrant and by other lots of
L. J. Jones.
2. One House and Lot, containing ore
scre moreoer less, on Leaveli stree,. occu
"ied by W. 0. Goree, bogde d by- said street
and other lots of L. J. Jones.
3. One Hiouse and Lot containi. one
mcre mnore or less, on corner of Bai.n nry
iInd Drayton streets, occiupied by D. S. Sit
terwhite, and bounded by said itreets, by'
lot of hei;'s of B. M. .Jones, deceased, and
!ot of L. J. Jones,
4. A!so that iot on Bovee street, fronting
on Feb'i Nir- b;ound'edi by at of Na
Lionali Bu!sh of Newhe rry, S. 0 , J1. P. Pooi's
Stable, and Dr. Jatmes McImton's lot, oecu
pied as a La w Office by L. J. Jones.
Terms Ca'sh. Purrebwers to pD 'Y or pi
D. B. WHiEELERI, S. N. C,
March 11, 187S 'st 1
STATE OF? SOUTH CAROLINA,
C:OUNTY OFh NEWBER.
IN PROB3ATE COURT.
hames A. Rikard-, u Admr'r., of George A.
Rik.ird. dee'd., Plaintiff, vs. Eizmbeth E.
Rikard, et al , Defenzdan:ts.
o0mplain?t to Seil Land to P.ay Debts, .&c.
It is Ordered: That the creditors of the
aid Geo-re A. Rikard, be and they are
iereby required to rendler in and establish
heir demands before this Cour-t, on or be
ore the first day of April, A. D. 1878
Dated this 13th day of February, 1878.
J. C. LEAHY, J. P. N. C.
Feb. 20, 8-6t.
I respectfully offer my professional scr
riees to the citizens of Newberry and sur
-ounding county. I can be found during
,he dav either at the residence of Mr. L.
3. Folk, or at the Drug Store of Dr. S. F.
rant. At night at the residence of Mr. L.
JAS. K. GI LDER, N. D.
MarcIa 20, 12 3m ~