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Laws or General interest.
JOINT RESOLUTION to Provide for
the Payment of the Commissioners
appointed under an Act entitled
'LAn Act to investigate and asser
tain the actual Bona Fide Indebt
edn!ess of the various Counties in
this State, and to Regulate ,the
manner of Paying the same," ap
proved June 11, 1877.
Be it resolved by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sit
ting in General Asse-ubly, and by the
authority Of the same:
That the county treasurers of the
several counties in this State zre
hereby authorized and directed to pwy
to the commissioners appointed un,.r
the Act entitled "An Act to investi
gate and ascertain the actual boi.a
fide indebtedness of the various coun
ties in this State, and to regulate the
manner of paying the same," approv:d
June 11, 1877, the amount to which
they may be respectively entitled,
under Section 3 of said Act, together
with the expe:.cs if any which they
have incurred fu-r clerical assistane :
said clerks to be paid two dollars por
day each, to be paid out of any funds
collected for past indebtedness, or any
other not otherwise appropriated, and
when 'in any county there is no fund
to pay past indebtedness, then the
accounts of said commission shall be
paid out of county taxes for the fiscal
year 1877, upon orders drawn upon
the said county treasurers by the
county commissioners of the several
Approved March 1, 1878.
Ax ACT to declare the Title of the
State in the Columbia Canal and its
Whereas, default has been made 'n
the conditions imposed in the deed
of conveyance of the right, title and
interest of the State in the Columbia
Canal and in all the lands, privileges
and appurtenances owned by the
State thereunto belonging or apper
taining, executed to Samuel Pearce,
Jr., as trustee for William Sprague,
by the commission appointed to sell
and convey the same, bearing date
September 21, A. D. 1868, notwith
standing the privilege allowed and the
extension of time afforded by the acts
of the General Assembly subsequent
to the act entitled "An act to au
thorize the sale of the Columbia
Canal," passed September 21, 1868,
and approved by the Governor:
Be it: enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sitting
in General Assembly, and by the au
thority of the same, That the title to
the premises conveyed by the said
deed of conveyance has reverted to the
Approved February 14, 1878.
JOINT REsoLUTION instructing the
County Treasurers in this State to
pay out on the Order of the Coun
ty School Commissioners of their
respective Counties the unexpended
balances in their hands to the credit
of the School Fund.
Be it resolv.ed by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sit
ting in General Assembly, and by the
aiuthority of the same:
That the several county treasurers
in this State be, and they are hereby,
instructed to pay out on the order of
the county school commissio4pers of
their respective counties all unex
pended balances in their hands of
sums appropriated for school purposes :
*Provided, that the said school com
missioners shall draw their orders in
manner as to req1uire said unexpended
balances to be paid out pro rata on all
- school claims whenever said balances
are insufficient for the payment in
full of all such school claims.
Approved March 12, 1878.
AN AcT to amend the law respecting
the Punishment for Crime.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, not met and sit
ting in General Assembly, and by the
authority of the same :
That :n every case in which im
prisonment-is provided as the punish
ment in whole or in part for any
crime, such imprisonment shall be
either in the Penitentiary with or
without hard labor or in the county
jail with or wjithout hard labor, at the
discretion of the circuit judge pro
nouneing the sentence.
Approved March 12, 1878.
"Angel of Night" is what Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup has been termed
by 'parents, whose worrying and
coughing children have been soothed
and cured, and have secured sweet
slumber by using this excellent reme
dy. Price only 25 cents a bottle.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery will cure a cough in one-half
the time necessary to cure it with any
other medicine; and it does it, not by
drying it up, but by removing the
cause, subduing the irritation, and
healing the affected parts. Sold by
N1mN NoVGOROD FArR.-The great
market of the eastern world has been
held at this junction of the Volga and
Olga Rivers, in Russia, every summer
for~ hundreds of years. Here the
nat ions of Europe and Asia meet with
their products for trade. Cossack;
Chinese, Turk and Persian meet the
Glerm~an end the Greek with every
variety of merchandise that miankind
employs, from sapphires to grind
stones, tea, opium, fur, food, tools and
last but not least, medicines. J. C.
Aye & Co.'s celebrated remedies from
A~merica were displayed in an elegant
bazaar where the Doctor himself
mnah sometimes be seen. They are~
The MoneI C-1
THOS. F. GRENEKER, EDIToRs.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
WEDNESDAY, APR 3, 1878.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect a Fam
ily Newspaper, devoted to the material in
terests of the people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Terms, see first page.
FOR GO VERNOR:
Gov. Hampton, in his speech at
Anderson, the 27th ult., said: "An
independent now, though he be the
ablest man in South Carolina, de
voted to the State, and willing to
do anything for her, yet if he is an
independent now and makes us run
the risk of losing the State or
County, is the worst enemy of South
We don't think there will be any
independents this year. The cause
of them heretofore may be attribu
ted to the dissatisfaction caused by
Convention nominations. Under
the system of primary elections,
provided the rules and regulations
be so liberal as to allow all Demo
crats to vote at them, there can be
no possible cause of dissatisfaction,
and he who runs against the regu
lar nominee must run not as an In
dependent but as a Republican.
We feel certain that if wise rules bE
adopted for the primary elections,
there will be no trouble in the StatE
Shall Hampton be Re-elected 1
Governor Hampton has said thai
he is not a candidate for re-election
Neither was he a candidate befort
the meeting of the State Conven
tion that nominated him in 1876
He is not that sort of a man-to be
egeking office. The office sough
him, and will seek him again. Ani
whatever his individual wishes mnay
be he will be found ready to sery:
the people whenever his services au~
needed and demanded. We believ4
that they are imperatively demand
ed for another term. No other mnar
in the State can command the fol
lowing that he can. The whit<
Democrats will vote solidly for him
and a large proportion of Republi
cans and colored men will do thf
same. The whites alone cannoi
elect a Governor. It is well enougl
to remember this. And to remem
ber also that the colored peopl<
will support no other regular Dem
ocratic~ candidate for Governor ex
cept Hampton. With him at the
head the whole State ticket will gel
their support, and even the Count>
nominees will be looked upon as
"Hampton men," and voted for ac
cordingly. With any other man ai
the head there will be endless splits
We are glad to see that not a
single paper in the State offers the
slightest opposition to his renomi
nation-and the newspapers express
pretty clearly the sentiment of theia
Counties. Of the half dozen, o2
more, County Conventions that have
been held in the State, not one has
failed to approve his administratiot
end ask for his re-election.
There is no opposition to Hamp.
ton, and his re-election is a thing
State Bank Bills.
The Supreme Court of the United
States decided the 25th ult., in the
case of Harvey Terry vs. Wmn. God
frey,Receiver, et al., (Stockholders od
the Merchants Bank of South Caro
lina,) that stockholders of suspended
State Banks are not liable for the
outstanding bills of said Banks. A
man by the name of Harvey Terry
has been buying up these Bank bills
all over the State, his agents hav
ing scoured every County in search
of them. On the 2d of December,
1870, Terry brought action against
the former stockholders of the Mer
chants Bank of South Carolina, at
Cheraw, before Judge Bond, 'United
States Circuit Judge. Bond de
cided that the stockholders were
liable for the bills. An appeal was
taken to the Supreme Court of the
United States, where the decision
has just been rendered dismissing
the action, placing its decision on
the ground that Terry's action was
barred by the Statute of Limita
tions, the State Banks having sus
pended specie payments in 1860.
D. H.Chainberlain, Terry's lawyer,
amount of these bills, which he
purchased for a mere sona. expect
ing to make the stockholdeis of the
suspended State Banks liable for
them. as he would have done had
his action been brought in time.
A host of similar cases are coveied
by this decision.
Our people remember the red
whiskered Jew named Long, who
traveled over this and adjoining
Counties last summer buying up
these bills. He was baying or
ing for this same Terry.
J. R. Spencer, of York. has been
appointed by Chief Jastice Waite,
Register in Bankrupte. in place of
Register Clawson, lately deceased.
Robt. McEvoy has been respited
by the Governor again-this time
to April 12th.
The new silver dollar was coun
terfeited in a week after its first
Lord Derby has resigned his
place in the English Cabinet as
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The Freedman's Bank is paying
its depositors 10 per cent.. It paid
20 per cent. in 1875. This is abouf
all the poor depositors will evei
The British training ship Eury
dice was wrecked off the Isle ol
Wight the 25th ultimo, with ovei
300 persons aboard, 170 being
young men in training for th(
navy. Only two persons out of the
whole number on board escaped.
FOR THE HERALD.
Our Washington Letter.
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
March 27, 1878.
As Seuator Conkling has not fright
ened members of the Adwinistratiot
by his silence, nor Blaiue terrifie(
them by his indiscriminate voise
though the latter must have awaze(
them as he has every one else, a nev
departure was lately determined on
Yesterday Senator Howe attacked it
detail every act of Mr. Hayes since
March 4, 1877. Senator Ifowc is
man who. if he had stayed in Maine,
his native State, would have been:
Judge of Probate, perhaps a Stat<
Senator, and, in case of a party qjuar
rel. might h]ave got for one termi t<
the lower House of Congress. If in
had gon e to his present State, Wis
consin, at any time in the last fifteet
years his fate would have been th<
same there as it would have been it
Maine. He emigrate~d at a fortunat<
time for him, and the result is that h<
has been the most conspicuous man o:
his adopted State. His term as Sen
ator expires in March next. H1is
speech, in itself can do no possibli
harm to the Admuinistration. It wai
simply a repetition of what the Globe
Democrat, o f Missouri, the Traveller
of Boston, and the Whig, of Bangor
Me., have been saying for a year past
and was not as effectively stated b2
him as by them.
If, however, he was put forward by
others, to find out at what point
general attack will most likely havi
effect. the case is different. Ablei
men wvill avoid his mistakes and take
advantage of his discoveries. Hiamlit
is said to have been the author of tlh
new movement. His trained politica
eye saw that the Administration wa
gainir.g day by day among the peopl
by the failure of its enemies to tak,
In Executive Session yesterday th<
Senate rejected the nomination o
Hon. Lewis E. Parsons, as U. S. Dis
trict Attorney for Alabama. Thi:
was not a part~y or an Admiinistratiot
The Senate Committee on Foreigt
Affairs opposes the reduction of ex
penses provided for by the House ii
the Consular and Diplomatic bill. I
remains to be seen whether the Hous<
will "stick." Probably it will not
The Texas delegation in the House
all Democrats, had a caucus the other
day by themselves, and resolved t<
oppose any reduction in the Army
Representatives of other sections ani
of various interests are constantly in
terfering with well intended efforts it
the interest of. economy and reforo
If we are to have success in the future
it seems to mnc that it is time there
was harmony in the party in the sup
port of every legitimate party mueas
The unsavory McGarrahan case still
occupies the attention of the Senate
Committee on Public Lands, and
promises to do so for some time. It
excites great interest, not only on ac
count of the enormous value of the
property at stake, and the charges of
corruption freely made and fully proved
by both sides to the controversy, but
because so many public men of promi
nence in the country, for the last half
generation, in Congress and the Cabi
net, have been called upon to investi
gate the subject and have arrived at
opposite conclusions as to the merits
of McGarrahan's claim. There is, to
use a common phrase, "no end'' to the
value of quicksilver in the disputed
It is thought now thtt Packard will
be appointed Collector of the Port of
New Orleans, Anderson to remain as
his Deputy. Packard was offered a
12,000 office in this District, but de
clined it. It was an office where no
more than $12,000 could be made in
one year, while in the Custom House
at New Orleans, with Wells and A n
College Column. P
G. 1). IIALTIWANGER,) allo
G. B. CROMER. Editing Committee pain
Communications designed for this column liabI
to be directed to the Editing Committee, Bab,
Newberry, S. C. diatt
LITTLE WHITE LicK,
LExINGTON COUNTY, A
March 8th, 1878. day
DEAR GEoRi;: Dress may be ranked Vern
next in importance to girls as a disturber resto
of effort after high attainments in polite
learning. It grows out of fondness for fe
mile sociv ; and of course is intimately
connected with the subject of my last let
ter. Dress is injurious to the student, in
two ways. In the first place, it causes him
to admire himself, and thus engenders van
ity. In the second place, he is induced to
look with delight upon the ever-shifting,
fantastic fashions in which the girls are flit- DR..
ting around him. ou
It niakes him vain. Now, I will adhere in M
to my iule, that an example selected from bMy
observation or (xperience sets off a truth tine
better than a syllogism. While I was an was
apprentice under Mr. Sneider at Lexington grea
C. U., I knew a young law-student, who was
0 V doct
was in the habit of dressing himself in his not I
best clothes, brushing his hair up from hia tse
forehead, and sitting down to his Black- nal'
stone-having first placed upon the table whi<
by his side a small looking-glass into which t
he frequently cast a glance, to see how he plet
looked while he was reading. He was a I ha
frequent visitor of the girls, and drove them who
through the sandy streets of Lexington Veg
about twice a week. Having in this way t
learned more about driving horses than e1i
about habeas corpus, he abandoned the gren
study of law, and was heard of afterwards
as a successful stage-driver. less
I have often laughed at Elviry about reg,
what happened here in our house, about VG
twenty years ago, with a young student of regu
Divinity. lie came home with me, Sunday t'C
eve4ing, from a protracted meeting at the
Wateree Church. His coat was as glossy
as a young crow, he wore yellow gloves.
and he smelt like a cake of old-fashioned
Windsor soap. His hair was black, and so
unctious, that when he pulled off his hat
the print of it was left in a circle around his
head. Elviry thougbt he was the finest W
young man she had ever seen ; but she was tine
very much put out of humor, the next Dys
morning, when she saw the pillow-cases ty, i
upon '*hich he had laid his head. It re- by
quired three washings, on three distinct thax
washing days, to get the bear's oil out of
those pillow-cases left upon them by his
beautiful hair. This young man was a con- V1
spicuous lady's man. He could keep up a o
deceitful conversation with any young wo- chil
man until midnight. He was flattered by
the fair sex into the belief that he was a'
youth of brilliant parts ; but he disappointed
everybody. He lost too much time, and
became a victim to vanity, like thousands
of others. He has long since repented ; p
and is now considered a good practical
preacher, directing his invective principally
against folly-and it does not require much
acquisition of learning to do that. He nev- H1. E
er has felt himself sufficiently instructed, to' Di
venture into the profound abstrusities. r
(Pardon me.) and
How different this is from those tangle. to a
headed fellows who are so fascinated with
the attractions of knowledge as to be igno- y,
rant of the fact-oftentimes for a month whoc
after the out-cropping-that their elbows
are protruding through their coat sleeves!
Those fellows who always have the yellow
of egg sticking about their shirt bosoms!
Who smell of lamp oil! Wbose socks con
tinually need darning ! These are they .
that go on to thoroughness; that corn- ed
mence their sondness for a woman after tak
they become grandfathers. cusi
In the next place, indulgence in studied blo
dress begets in the student an unwholesome 1eve
admiration for the extravagant modes dis- ren<
played by women. This is dangerous, be
cause it is insidious ; and inveigles a man Is
into an expression of approval in cases tob
which ordinarily provoke his condemnation. fier
I said, in my last, that I lately had a vision
about fig leaves. I will narrate it, because
I think it illustrates not only the "change
able suits of apparel," but the extreme an
tiquity of the inclination to divaricate from K.
the stabilities Now, this is the vision : I
and Elviry. were sitting before the fire-just
a few pine-knots to keep a light-she knit.
ting and I thinking. It was about a week A
ago. Gradually objects disappeared from S
me, and I was carried back, many a thous- *
and years. I thought I saw two human be-(
ings, sitting under a large fig tree, after the (
manner of tailors. Each one had a bunch
~of selected pine-needles, and a package of
-broad fig leaves. Of these unsophisticated of a
materials they were making garments for this
themselves. This was evidently the place Pre.
where they habitually worked ; and the and
worn-out tattered suits of apparel, scattered mor
here and there over the ground, showed said
that the stuff, of which they were made, TT
was not durable. One addressed the other .E
in these words: '"I think it may be very tion
proper for a gentleman [up to that time, he to b
was called man,] to have his fig leaves C
sowed together straight ; but don't you
think, now, for a lady [up to that time she
was called woman,] it would look better to
sow the leaves together, bias?"
The individual, addressed as gentleman,
looked around, and, although it was evident UU
he did not know the meaning of the word
bias, confessed that he thought the leaves
w ould perhaps look better, if they were
sowed together in that manner. I was here
induced to observe more closely the indi
vidual, self-styled lady ; and lo ! I beheld
that she had a flounce of holly jeaves around
her dress, and she was preparing to attach
to its border a piece of fancy work made by
a zigzag folding of narrow grass blades, (
similar to what I have seen, in these days,
made of braid, and which, I think, is called
tettia. After awhile, the lady rose to her
feet and went "walkii g and mincing" before
the gentleman to doax his admiration. As
she moved away from me, behold ! 1 saw
that she had lastened, by way of adornment
to her waist behind, a huge sun-fiower, an
swering to the large polished iron buckles
which were in vogue a year ago. I turned
my attention to the man, and delight was
flashing from his eyes, as he looked upon One
the woman, who bewitchingly glanced at Six
him, over one shoulder and then over the Tri-d
other. Underlying his smiles of ecstasy I
could plainly trace the expression of a de
termination, when he made his next pair of
breeches, to have stripes running down the N
sides-"a ha militaire"-I think he whis
Make the following little observations for
your own satisfaction. Notice a student
who aspires to the glossiness of a wild tur
key-gobler. Discover, if .it be possible, Cha
whether or not he can distinguish between
the "ashes of roses," and "hickory ashes."
Inquire of ilimn if he sends more than two
shirts a week to the wash-woman. See if
he affects gingham envelopes, and if he OE
blacks his boots oftener than he washies his
feet. Discuss the probability of all this re
suIting from premature bias towards admi- pt
ration for the present advancement, in the
direction of perfection, growing out of the
far-distant nucleus exhibited, during the
-noi fhmnt,i h primitive_
crepuscules of humanity in the
-ejudice often rules in the phy
treatuient of Babies. They a
red to suffer and scream wil
from Colic, Flatulence, Bow
rders etc. when some simple, r
e and safe remedy as Dr. Bul]
F Syrup, would give almost irui
relief and perfect ease to t
MILLION OF WORMS GNAWI]
Lnd night is quite enough, we think,
r a child into spasms. Shriner's Ind
kifuge will destroy and expel them a
re the child.
rew X M}Piscellaneous.
PEVER AND ACUE.
TARBORO, N. C., 187f
El. R. STEVENs:
ar Sir-I feel very grateful for wl
' valuable medicine, Vegetine, has dc
y family. I wish to express my that
iforming you of the wonderful cure
son; also, to let you know that Ve
is the best medicine I ever saw
s, Shakes, Fever and Ague. My
sick with measles in 1873, whick left b
Hip-joint disease. My son suffere'
t deal of pain, all of the time; the pf
so great he did nothing but cry. I
ors did not help him a particle, he coi
lift his foot from the floor, he could r
e without crutches. I read your adv
nent in the "Louisville Courier-Jo
that Vegetine was a great Blood Pt
and Blood Food. I tried one bot1
h was a great benefit. He kept on w
medicine, gradually gaining. . He I
n eighteen bottles in all, and he is cc
,ly restored to health, walks with<
hes or cane. He is twenty years of a
ve a younger son, fifteen years of a
is subject to Chills. Whenever he fe
coming on, he comes in, takes a dos(
tine and that is the last of the Ch
!ine leaves no bad effect upon the a
like most of the medicine recomme:
)r Chills. I cheerfully recommend Ve
for such complaints. I think it is
test medicine in the world.
lespectfully. MRQ. J. W. LLOTI
GETINE.-When the blood becomes I
and stagnant, either from change
ther or of climate, want of exercise,
Lar diet, or from any other cause,
ETINE will renew the blood, carry
putrid humors. cleanse the stoma
Jlate the bowels, and impart a tont
er to the whole body.
And General Debility.
BERNARDSTOWN, MASS., 187
e, the undersigned, having used VE
, take pleasure in recommending it to
e troubled with Humors of any ki
pepsia, Nervousness, or General Del
t being the Great Blood Purifier. S
t. L. Crowell & Sons, who sell more c
t all other patent medicine put togetl
MRS. L. F. PERKIN.
MRS. H. W. SCOTT.
:GETINE is the great health restorc
posed exclusively of barks, roots, s
>s. It is very pleasant to take; eva
El likes it.
CINCINNA TI, 0., April 9, 187~
ar Sir-I have used your Vegetine
rous Headache, and also foi"Eliem
Land have found entire relief from bC
take great pleasure in recoimendin
[ who may be likewise afflicted.
FRED. A. GOOD,
108 Mill St., Cim
GETINE has restored thousands tohes
had been long and painful sufferers
H. R. STE7ENs:
ar sir-We have been selling your rt
the Vegetine, for about three years,
pleasure iai recommending it to
omers, and in no instance wher
i purifier would reach the case, has
- failed to effect a cure, to our kne
e. It certainly is the ne plus ultrn
E. M. SHEPHERD & CO. .Druggist
acknowledged by all classes of pec
the best and most reliable blood pl
in the world.
R. STEVENS, Boston, Ma
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>r. 3, 14-4t.
TE QF SOUTH CAROLID
~OUNTY OF NEWNERRY.
~OURT OF COMMON PLE2
otce is hereby given, that in pursua
n order issued at the February Tern
Court, by His Honor, J. B. Kersh
siding Judge, there will be a Spe,
Extra Term of the said COurts of C<
Pleas, for the County and State af<
holden at Newberry Court House,
~SDAY, THE 16TH DAY OF API
[T, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the disp
of such actions as may then be re
e heard. E. P. CHALMERS,
erk's Office, C. C. P
arch 30, 1878. .14
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And it finds a responsive echo in the
TG hearts of all, and gives universal satisfac
to tion, but there is a void yet to be filled, all
an over the land that other cry is loud and
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The man is no patriot or lover of his fellow
man who does not respond to this call. In
I Offer My Elegant New
tof Spring aad Summer GooAs
on At such prices as will fill every heart rwith
a joy. Come and see me or send an order.
Lot C. F. JACKSON,
e; LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
ias rT TID A ~ C
- JCOLUMBIA, S. C.
ge. Apr. 3, 14-tf,
, TRY HOME FIRST.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
nd, REDUCED PRICES:
er. VERTICAL CA:0E MILLS
LIST OF PRICES,
nd . 2 Rollers, 10 inches diameter, $35 00
ery 2 " 12 " " 45 00
2 " 14 ' " 55 0
3 " 10 " " 60 00
:3 " 12 " " '70 00
:3 " 14 " " 80 00
.Above prices complete with Frame. With
out Frame, $10 less on each Mill.
. HORIZONTAL, 3Roll
fer Mil or Steam or
itWater Power, $150.
th SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR
CANE MILLS: apd
Lf COLUMBIA, S. C.
s, A pril 3, 1878-14-ly.
SIE! ICE!! IC;E!!!
THE COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE ia now
open for the season, and prepa~red t'o sell
NATURAL LAKE ICE at from1T0TO 1
CENTS PER POUND, according to quanti
SSe ty. This Ice is far preferable to any manu
factured by Chemical process.
M. B. BATEMAN, Agent,
A pr. 3, 14-St. Columbia, S. 0.
T, Notice for Final Discharge.
-On the 8th day of May next, I will apply
S. to the Probate Court for Newberry County,
for a final discharge as Admninistratrix of
ne Dr. Thompson Wilson, deceased.
of LYDIA P. WILSON, Adm' .
aw 28th March, 1878. 14-4t.
-South Carolina Medical Asso
osi- The Annual Meeting of the South~ Caro-*
dy lina Medical Association will be held in
Greenville, on Tuesday. Aprii 9.
hENRY D. FRASER, M. D.,
2t Recording Secretary.
- Apr. 3, 14-it.
F. We, the undersigned, warn all persons
against trespassing on our premises either
by hunting, fishing, seining or in any other
manner, and any person so found trespass
ing will be dealt with to the full extent of
J. U. SPEARMAN, SR.
F. G. SPEARMAN.
J. R. SPEARMAN, JR.
J. S. SPEARMAN, JR.
A pr. 3, 14-4t*
Under this act, any person who served
fourteen days or participated in one battle,
in the War of11812, is entitled to a Pension
of $S per month from date of approval of
act. Widows of such soldiers as have died
after siriil.r service, no mnatt.er what was
the date o -narriage to the soldier, are en
00 titled to the same Pension.
00 No other parties are entitled.
00 All 181C Pensioners dropped from the
Rolls beetn-se of alleged disloyalty are re
stored by this act.
Applications wyr be executed before an
offcer of a court of record.
Send to us for any information or blanks
needed. GILMORE & CO.,
629 F Street, N. W.
Apr. 3, 14-4t Washington, D. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Susan P. Garrett hath made
E suit to me, to grant her Letters of Admain
istration of the Estate and effects of Win.
P. Garrett, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court flouse,
Hardware and Cutlery.
F. 8 COPPOCK. nM. JOHNSON. F
NEW STOCk UARDWARzE!!
In the Store formerly occupied by
S. P. Boozer & Co.
No. 3, Mollhon Row,
OF THEIR LARGE AND SPLENDID. U
Which Has Been Bought
TO SELL AT ASTONISHINGLY
EVERYTHING IN THE NEW STORE
BON TO HARD PIN.
Call and Be Convinced T
THAT MONEY CAN BE SAVED 1
BY PURCHASING OF r
COPPOCK & JOHNSON. a
Jan. 30, 5-2m. p
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WATCHES AD JEWELRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WF,DING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS TARIETY.
All orders by ma:il promptly attended to.
WVatchmiaking an1d Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prIces.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.]
Dry Goods and NaV'tions
GEORGE IF. 4L9TFOETIIY
DANE MILER & 1)0.
IMPoRTERS AND JOBBERS OF
32 7 and 329 Baltimore.
42 and 44 German Sts.,
SPARTANBURG & ASHEVILLE B. R.,
SPARTANBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R.
The followin'g Passenger Schedule will be run
on and after October 22,1877:*
DOWN TRAIN. CP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave Arrive. Leave.
Tryon City. 430 p. mn. 8.18 a. mn.*
Camnpabello... 5.06 7.42
Spartanburg.... 6.40 6Otau.81~61
atuc............ . 132 ..8
JAz 7.40Y 64pritenen.5
Eot. h ers............ 11.32 . H..Chppe ..
PrestB. rhapel er.
J:pantt ellLndt PRSON etndent.
Orerd TaHE Crdtr PROAT CUT.ma
Preto BOCappell ecae , rer n.
oath and establish their demands in this
Court on or before the~ 25th day of April
* * * * * And they are enjoined
from prosecuting their respective demands
except-in this Court.
J. C. LEA HY, J. P.
March 25, 187T8. 13-2t. *
All persons having demands against the
Estate of Frederick H. Whitney, dec'd., will
present an account thereof, duly attested,
t.o me or my Attorneys, Messrs. Moorman z
& Schumpert, within the time prescribed by c
law, or 1 will not be liable to pay the same.
All persons indebted to said Estatte will pay
on or before the first day of May, 1878, or
suit will be brought.
E. P. CNIALMERS,
Adm'r. etc., of hrederick H. Whitney, dec'd.
Mar. 27, 13R-Sc.I
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ule in all the counties are invited to aid
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ent voter in the State.
RIORDAN & DAWSON, Proprietors,
mar 27 13 6t Charleston.
'UANO FOR COTT1Ni
For sale on favorible terms, either for
Iash, Cotton or on time,
diddleton's Fish Ammonia
L NO. 1 FERTILIZER for Cotton, Corn, &c.
ligbly recommended by all who have used
Feb. 20, 8-tf.
I respectfully offer my professional ser
-ices to the citizens of Newberry and sur
ounding county. I can be found during
he day 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. GILDER, M. D.
-March 20, 12 3m *
U. S. INTERNAL-REVENUE SPECIAL TAlES,
Under the Revised Statutes of the United
ta:es, Sections 3232, 3237 3238, and 3239%
very person engaged in any business, avo
ation, or employment, which renders him
able to a special tax, is required to pro
ure and place and keep conspicuously in
is establishment or place of business a
TAMfP denoting the payment of said special
ax for the special- tax year beginning May
,1878. Section 3244, Revised Statutes;.
esignates who are liable to special tax. A
eturn, as prescribed on Form 11, is also
equired by law of every person liable to
pecial tax as above. Severe penalties are
rescribed for non-compliance with the
oregoing requirements, or. for continuing
n business after April 30, 1878,~ without.
iayment of tax.
Application should be made to E. M.
Irayton, Collector of Internal Revenue, at
lolumbia, S. C.
liIDES AND BARK WAlNTED.
The undersigned wishes to purchase at
5,000 DRY OR GREEN HIDES,
300 CORDS TAN BARK,
And has all kinds of LEATHER,. extrua
naish, for sale. Grist Mill in connection
rith Tannery. Best quality of Meal made.
L. J. JONS
Mar. 13, 11-3m.
NMPORTANT TO FARES
'he following popular Fertilizers:
raImetta Adid rhosphate,
Are offered to Farmers'
it Low CaSh Prices, or at
W. W. HODGES,
Feb 6 6 3m Agent
The following POPULAR GUANOS ara
r sale by
FE N. MARTIN & CO.
The Atlantie Phosphatee.
The Acid Phosphate.
'he Bradley's Dissolved Bene.
Call and examine before buying.
Jan. 30, 5 -t.
~:~: e o ~ oZ
~ Co ~fV ~z~t
mum ~ 0
~ ~ ~ g
m3.L1c!r~o ea ?Jnt. i~