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Special and Local.
_111-WEDNESDAY, APR. 3, 1878.
[NDEr. NEW ADVERTISEMETS.
J. C. Leah -CitatioD.
H. R. StevensfVe.etine.
Gilmore & Co.1%1812 Pensions.
C. F. Jackson- v Goods, &c.
The Charleston Joiknal of Commerce.
E. P. Chalmers-Extrt Term of Court.
Jobn Alexander-Cong,*- e Iron Works.
_. B. Bateman, Agent-ke! Ice!! Ice!!!
J. R. Spearman, Sr., and orthers-Trespass
Lydia P. Wilson-Notice fov Final Dis
Hery D. Fraser-SoutEh Carlina Medical
Hi mbarg Seed Farm-Best Fielc Corn
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CROWDED OUT.-The Broken Heart
ed Dutchman; Spring; and On the
Rock. Will make room in next issue.
PRESBYTERY. - The Presbytery of
South Carolina will meet at Clinton,
Laurens County, the 10th instant.
One trial of Foutz' mixture or lini
ment will convince you of its wonder
ful merit. Sold- everywhere in the
United States. 12-5t.
MEETING.-There will be a public
Temperance Meeting at the Town Hall
to-night-Tuesday-at 8 o'clock. The
speakers will be Rev. L. Broadus, Prof.
Holland, t. S. Moorman and others.
'THOMFSON, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
THA-NKs.-Or people owe tfanks to
Col. Dodamead for permitting the Lrain
to stop at Newberry so long the d'y
Gov. Hampton passed up the road.
We are going to run him for President
some of these days.
QUERT: "Why will men smoke
common tobaco, when they can buy
Marburg Bros. 'Seal of North Caro
lina,' at the same price?'! 5-ly
'The last two of Biggs' buggies were
eold at auction Monday. The top bug
gy, with harness, was bought by Mr. S.
L. Atchison for $108; the no-top bug
gy, with harneas, by Mr. Jno. A. Werts
HALL DEDICATION. - The SOiety
Hall of the Excelsior Society of New
berry College will be formally dedicated
next Friday evening. An oration will'
be delivered in the Hall by Milledge L.
Bonham, Esq., of Ninety-Six.
H. A. Burns respectfully announces
to his friends and customers that he has
removed into his new store directly op-.
posite the old place, where he will be
-happy to have them call without fur
.ther invitation, it.
The Newberry District Bible Society
met in the Baptist Church Sunday
nlight. Short addresses were delivered
by Bers. Broadus and Kuhns, the busi
ness of the Society was attended to, and
new officers elected for the ensuing
.Iave you any trouble with your
lungs ? If so called at your Drug Store
and get a bottle of thrash's consump
.tlre cure, a sure cure for all lung affec
tions. Trial bottle 50c., large size $1.50.
Yor sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
GOOD SHOOTNG.-Mr. H. L. Nichols
knows how to shoot squirrels, and
-proved it one day last week, by killing
~six .in six shots, and before breakfast
time. As everybody knows that this
meal is taken very early in the morn
ing by farmers, it will be seen that this
feat was accomplished in double quick
To THE LADIES,-Mrs. Sophia Mow
er Redus respectfully announces to the
ladies of Newberry, that she has in store
a superb stock of Millinery and fancy
goods of the very latec. and most ap
proved styles. On Saturday next there
will be a second opening of new goods.
A cordial invitation is extended to the
public to examine these goods. 1t
TAKE CARE OF HER.-We understand
that a good old lady not a thousand
miles from the HERALD office predicts
we will have frost in May. Such a pre
diction is eminently cruel and is calcu
lated to create a panic, and we advise
that an example be made of that lady
if she persists in making her opinion
THE MUsIc HOUSE par excellence is
that of Mrs. L. A. McSmith, of Green
ville, S. C. Pianos, Organs, and Musi
cal InstrumentsI of the best makers can
be obtained from this house on the most
favorable terms, and lower than they
can be had from the manufactories.
Don't send North, reader, if you are
wise, but buy right at home.
WELL BORED.-Liberty Hall again
to the front. It's L. P. W. Riser this
time who diggeth; it is not a box of old
coin that be s nfter. but a well of wa
We have moved to W. T. TAR
RANT'S old stand,
NO. 5 MOLLOHON ROW,
WHERE WE ARE RECEIVING
A FULL LINE OF FRESH
An inspection from our friends will
prove greatly to their advantage.
JONES & SATTERWHITE,
LEADERS OF LOw PRICES,
Newberry, S. C.
March 5, 1878. 10-2m.
IRON WORKS.-.--ttention is directed
to the advertisement -f Maj. John Al
exander, proprietor o.' the CongareE
Iron Works, Columbia Our plantei
friends who need mills o. any kind, oz
other articles in his line, c ,nnot do bet
ter than to send their oraQ'rs to him.
Why send out of the State for vhat yot
can get at home and from a -eliablc
and well known manufacture. See
NEW MusIc-DRIFTING WITH THE
TIDE.-A new Song and Choru>, by
Will L. Tompson, is said to be even
prettier than the famous Gathtr?-n6
Shells from the Sea Shore, by tbc sam,,
author. Any music dealer will mail
you either of these beautiful songs on
receipt of price, 40 cents. Both have
handsome picture titles.
Published by W. L. Thompson &
Co., East Liverpool, Ohio.
AGAI TO THE FRONT.-C. F. Jack
son, the irrepressible and popular lead
er of low prices, is again to the front.
He offers now a splendid stock of Spring
and Summer Dry Goods and fancies ol
all kinds. As he is determined to main
tain the reputation long ago acquired
of selling at the very lowest prices, the
public will find it to their advantage t
give him a trial. His store is on Main
Street, Columbia, just above Agnew'.
NO SERVICES.-There were no ser
viceIs in the Lutheran Church SabbatI
day, Rev. H. W. Kuhns being absent in
attendance at Conference at St. Mat
thew's Broad river. The Central Con
ferece of Synod met at Bethany Charch
in this County on Friday last.
There .vere no services in the Bap
tist Church Sabbath, in consequence o:
the Union Meeting of the Churches of
the surrounding Counties, which con
vened at Mt. Zion, Silver Street, or
JUST 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 Memorandun: books just
All publications ordered on receipt
of price, tf
FINE PIAN~OS.-We take pleasure in
announcing that a fine Piano from the
Music House of Mrs. L. A. McSmith, o.
Greenville, is on exhibition at the Sim
mns House. The manufacturer's price
for this Piano is $600, but it can be
bought for $315 on the instalment plat
at $15 per month. We learn that Mr.
. L. Schumpert has purchased a cele
brated "'Colebri Mathuskek" from the
same popular house. Go to the Sim
mons House and see the former and ask
Mr. Schumpert about the latter. 11
TAXES.-The following is the tax for
Newberry County, for the fiscal year
State Tax, - - - 4 1-2
School Tax, . - 2
County Tax. - . - 3
To pay indebtedness prior to01876, 1
" " " of 1876-7, 3
Total, - ,- - 11 1-4
The tax is e" be paid in May and Oc'
tober, in equal parts. If the first hall
be not paid in May, 6 per cent. interest
is charged on that half to October. .
CANTATA.-We are delighted to know
and at the same time to make it known,
that the young ladies composing Capt.
Pifer's school, will,under the direction of
Mrs. Bailey, give one of those delightful
entertainments known as a Cantata.
It will take place immediately after
Easter, and we advise our readers both
in town and county to keep it in mind,
and be sure to attend. We promise,
on the word of the ladies, which every
one knows never fails, that the enter
tainment will be of the most pleasing
character, and abound in sweet music,
tiowers and piquant dialogues. Ladies
and gentlemen of Newberry, give the
Cantata a large presence.
CHAGEs.-We are pleased to an
nounce that H. A. Burns has at length
removed into his new store, on the ho
tel square ; and
That Dr. D. S. Pope, who occupies
one side of the same establishment, is
thereby enabled to open up and offer tc
the public his stock of drags, chemicals
and perfumeries. Give these gentle.
men a call.
In consequence of the removal o;
Burns, Messrs. Fant & McWhirter have
broken out in the rear, by taking down
the partition which separated the stores.
They can now show two fronts, and in
case of danger change front into real
and escape before the enemy can d(
them ~erioiis damaoe.
GRAN,\D OVATION TO THE GOV
2,000 PERSONS ON THE HILL!
EVERYBODY HERE IN FAVOR OF HIS
Agreeably to a suggestion of the HER
ALD, a large crowd assembled at the
depot, the 26th, to see and hear Gover
nor Hampton for a few minutes, on his
way to Anderson. At the request of
several citizens of Newberry, Col. Doda
mead had consented to allow the train
to wait here twenty minutes. Before
the train arrived the depot hill was
thick with military companies, horse
and foot, and men, women and young
people of all colors and sizes. A com
mittee found the Governor in the coach
and conducted him to an empty dray.
He was introduced in a few fitting
words by Major Suber, and delivered
an address of ten or fifteen minutes.
which was heartily cheered. He ex
pressed gratification at the unexpected
ovation, which he took as a sign of ap
proval by the people of Newberry of
his course since he has occupied the po
sition of Governor. The principles and
policy and pledges that he announced
here eighteen months ago, he had at
tempted to carry out fully, and should
so continue for the remainder of his
term. He expressed the belief that the
Republicans (except the quondam office
holders) and the great body of the col
ored people were so satisfied with Dem
ocratic rule that there would be only
one ticket in the next State election.
He said that he was not a candidate for
re-election; but General Moise, who
followed, in a short and eloquent speech,
assured the people that Hampton would
obey whenever the people demanded
The enthusiasm of the people was as
warm as in the memorable campaign
of 1876; and in this enthusiasm the col
ored people weie not one whit behind
The crowd at the depot has been va
riously estimated at from one to two
GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY-To serve
at Extra Court, which convenes the 16th
instant: James Roleson, W. W. Suber,
W. A. Hentz. J. A. Boland, Jr., S. S.
Paysipger, W. I. Harp, W. H. Ringer,
J. W. Leaphart, T. Q. Holloway, Geo.
N. Sbeely, W. P. Havird, A. M. Counts,
J. H. Boulware, Walter Herbert, Silas
Walker, J. B. Leonard, J. R. Spear
man, Jr., Walter P. Counts, A. P. Dom
inick, J. S. Floyd, J. L. Hunter, J. M.
Summer, Alan Johnstone, Albert Jones,
(col.), E. C. Simkins, W. H. Long, T.
J. Maffett, J. C. Schumpert, A. J. Be
denbaugh, Henry Dorroh, Sim Abrams,
D. S. Mangum, Lewis Moore, (col.),
T. D. Buzhardt, J. Singleton Ring,
The worst sold man on All-fool's day
was Clark-first he bit at an invitation
to go to langford's cotton warehouse
and weigh cotton before it was good
daylight. When it got through his
head he started for his boarding house,
and asked for breakfast. Mrs. Parker
very kindly said, though it was un
usualfly early, she would accommodate
him, and in a few m.inutes the bell
sounded its tisual signal, and Clark,
with one other man who* happened to
be up, rushed into the breakfast room
to find a bare table, not even a plate
displayed. Sold again. Mr. P., who
was in the garden, dropped his hoe, and
rushed into the house, and the boarders
up stairs jumped out of bed incontinent
ly, thinking tbey had overslept them
selves. There was some good laughing
at the Parker House on that occasion.
THE SWEET BYE AND ByE.-"Yes,"
said an irate old gent to his music-mad
daughter, "it's biuy and buy for you all
the time and the way those music men
do charge for their music is just out
rageous. It just about takes all the
cotton I can make to keep you in new
music." "Well, dear papa," the fair
girl responded, "you ought to let mue
subspribe for that elegapt SOUTHERN
MUSICAL JOURNAL, published at Lud
den & Bates' Southern Music House,
Savannah, Ga., and then my music
wont cost but a trifle. Why its only
$1.25 for a whole year and every
monthly number has several pieces of
beautiful music. It's the cheapest way
in the world to buy music. And then
the publishers actually give each sub
scriber $1.00 worth of Sheet Music as a
Premium." '"There, there girl," broke
in the old gent, "don't tell me any
more. Here's the money ; send for the
JOURNAL by the neXt mail. I really
don't see how in the world we have
lived so long without it. Tell them to
send it along quick."
Calvin Duncan, colored, was serious
ly shot last week. He was riding a
mule over a bridge and just after cross
ing, the mule shied, causing his gun to
go off, the load entering his left breast.
He lived on Dr. Clark's plantation. It
is thought he will die.
Fine horses are played out here, oxen
being substituted. Malem Davis is
credited with introducing the fashion,
Jimmy Chalmers following suit. The
old woman with bells on her fingers
and rings on her toes never created half
the excitement made by the ox riders.
The girls wont go with anybody else.
Sorry to say that wvheat is suffering
to such an extent for rain that the pros
pect is seed wont be. made.
~ hv 6r~ who lost so much
A COMPFT:r SRPRIs.-The Rov. E. P.
McClintock and his estimable lady came in
on Monday evening to attend a Missionary
or other meeting, and in the interval be
tween arrival and time for meeting stopped I
at the comfortable, hospitable mansion of
Mr. J. N. Martin. They waited for the bell
to summon them to ehurch, but it did not
ring, and the good couple wondered. They
did not wait lorg though ere bro. Martin's
bell tinkled in lively measure as the Asso
ciate Refortned brotheri and sisters, social
bly intermingled with Baptists, Presbyte
rians, Lutherans, Episcopalians and Metho
dists streamed in loade*d with packages of
all shapes and sizes. The Revererd gentle
man and his better half soon discovered
that the missionary meeting was a ruse, and
a legular, big, stunning, heart-swelling,
pounding the object. We were not able to
be present, but have been informed that it
was a most pleasant affair, and that the ap- I
ptarance of the table after the offerings t
were all deposited, was a spectacle indeed, i
and made all present feel happy. If there i
is any one thing more than another that the
people of Newberry know how to do, it is
to pound their preachers.
We learn from the Morris (N. Y.)
Chronicle that Mr. 0. B. Matteson, who t
was for some time Superintendent of
Maj. Jones' tannery, has arrived at his c
Rev. Johannes Hanckle, of the Lu- i
theran Church, and Missionary to the
Germans, was in town last week. Mr. C
Claussen, of Charleston, accompanied i
Chas. A. Austin, late of the firm of t
Keene & Austin, has gone to Johnston's, (
on the C. C. & A. R. R., to engage in a t
first-class tin business.
Mrs. Cynthia Mower has returned
from her trip North. C
Mrs. Sophia Mower Redus is home
again, and is prepared for a lively busi
The genial Biggs has nearly sold out
his stock of vehicles-ind has made lots
of people happy. He is expecting a
Col. Wm. Lester. of Prosperity, we
regret to learn, is dangerously ill with
Mr. J. D. Cash and Jas. Y. McFall
have returned from New York and
Baltimore, where they went to pur
I am a poor writer, but as you wish
for the items of the County, I will write
you a few, and if you think them wor
thy a place in your most valuable paper
you can publish them.
A cry for rain is heard over this sec- I
ion; can't plow without it.i
Mr. H. J. Bishop had a sack of guano
stolen; also, Mr. W. C. Harmon had ai
plow and heel bolt stolen, no clew to
the thieves as yet. 1
Plenty of young pigs. Win. Strobel
jickert reports 14. We are going to
raise our hog and hominy.
Mr. L. P. W. Riser has got a well of
water, after spending $600 in previous
blastings-a blasted sight of money for
one well. Mr. Wilson, the digger of
the successful well, is a master of his
profession. Everybody is having a well
dg-we expect the Spanish mine will
Health good, only the Spanish coin
Otur burg is teetotally for Hampton,
ad says if Hampton don't run the
Democracy of the State will be lost.
HAMPTON ACCEPT? D. s. w.
BAR-ROOMS, GAMBLING DENs, "TI
ERS," ETC.-"M.," in the Newberry
News, has lately favored the public with
several lucubrations on 'the general
vices and wickedness of the day and theI
vices and wickedness of Newberry in
particular. If "M." knows what he is
writing about, and doesn't exaggerate
greatly, Sodom and Gomorrah were not
a circumstance to Newberry. He speaks
f the beacon that shines from twllight
to dawn, pointing the unwary to the
gambling den, where the tiger is fought,
nd money and character are lost; and
strongly intimates that the town au
horities know all this, but wink at it.
He all.udes in very broad terms to an(
nfortunate individual who recentlyt
took his own life in consequence of s
losses at the gaming table in this town.
We think "M." is only giving currency,
n this instance at least, to vague and <
indefinite rumors. which are very likely
without foundation. He has probably C
laid the cause of the suicide at the wrong
door. Suppose 'M." knows whereof
e speaks-that such things as he has
described do exist in our town. What a
then? "M.'s" duty is plain. He is no I
doubt a good citizen, and would like to f
see the evgis he speaks of suppressed. t
Writing about them won't suppress
them. Indeed, it is the worst thing that I
ould be done. It -says to those who t
participate in them. "Your deeds are
becoming known; be more careful, or r
you'll be caught." We are not author- C
ized to speak for either the Town Coun
cil or the Grand Jury, but we feel justi- a
fied in saying that if "M." will only
prove before either of these bodies one
half he asserts in the public prints, that
prompt action will follow. This is the ,
only proper course. Even if the charges ~
made are true what is the use to tell the
world of it and give Newberry a bad
name among her neighbors. We pro- 3
test against th.e publication of such j
harges: first, because, if they are true, I
the publication of them is unnecessary, j
useless and hurtful; secondly, beeause (
thee isdonmelee amlin ared rne hatr.
thee do nome doubt.n Thahrerie onseve
ral dot foubt. ofa wicene pactedsve
ran otherr fors beon ikdnqestion;cticed
a w-sm.... a henna nnoeinn - hnt i r
NOTES FROM MAYBINTON.
Not Bank Notes, Mr. Editor, for they
are so scarce it takes all we can scrape
to buy corn and bacon, and we very
much fear if any of your subscribers
from these parts are in arrears, they
will have to remain so until cotton
comes in; unless. perchance, you will
take garden truck or chickens.
4Ve were visited on Thursday with
5owe rain and a good deal of hail, the
atteqpreported very heavy near the
Union line and above; no damage ex
!ept to gardens, the crops being at a
ta(ge not to be injiir-ed.
Farmers all busy, cheerful and as
iopeful as they always are at this sea
A good many pine old fields have
)cen cleared up to make room for cot
on, we suppose, an unusual area hav
ng been devoted to small grain, which
looking well, but needing rain.
A good many males have died from
olic this Spring; result of feeding
Vestern shelled corn. Farmers, when
vill you learn your true interest! Our
'Mlaybinton young.farmer" alone lost
We can beat Jalapa on the chicken
uestion. One of Maybinton's matroiw,
as a brood of sixteen ready to fry, and
ts of smaller ones. %
Would give you a full description of
ur Charades, &c., but as they have
een noticed by both of your papers,
vill only repeat, by saying, that al
bough we did not attempt "The Lady
f Lyons," yet we had a man Lyons of
be evening, who could well say "Veni,
idi, vici," and without discriminating 1
mong the rest, we think the characters
f Miss Prim and Miss Weasel couldn't
e surpassed. Our ladies desire to
hank the "Newberry boys" for their
ubstantial and liberal aid, and to com
liment your town ft,r having sent
lown the handsomest lot o: young men
ve have seen for many a long day.
All quiet in politics; we are in favor
if a "Primary Election" scheme, a lit
le different, however, from the Fair
ield plan, as that, after all, is nothing
nore or less than the Convention.
The Court was adjourned before for
he benefit of the lawyers. We country
)eople now petition that Judge Ker
haw consider ourinterest and postpone
is Extra Term. A week now to far
ners is worth months a.t any other
More anon. BOB.
A REMARKABKE RESULT.-It makes
to difference how many Physicians, or
tow much medicine you have tried, it
s now an establisbed fact that Ger.man
syrup is the only remedy which has
given coinplete satisfaction in severe
ases of Lung Diseases. It is true
here are yet thousands of persons who
re predisposed to Throat and Lung
.ffections, Consumption, Hemorrhages,
sthma, Severe Colds settled on the
3rast, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough,
e., who have no personal knowledge
f Boschee's German Syrup. To such
ye would say that 50,000 dozen were
old last year without one complaint.
Jonsumptives try just one bottle. Reg
lar size 75 cents. Sold by all Drug
~ists in America. 12-eow.
The April number of tbe EcLECTIo MAGA.
INE is remarkable, both for the high ave
'age excellence of its contents and for the
tmber of special papers which separately
hallenge attention. There are no less than
iteen articles, besides the four editorial
epartments; and every taste will find some
hing to gratify it. "The March of an
uglish Generation through i4fe" is a highly
teresing and profoundly suggestive re
nine of English vital statistics; "The New
tar which Faded into ijtar-Mist" is one of
dir. Proctor's always instructive studies in
popular astronomy ; and Prof Goldwin
imith's papei- on "The Proposed Substi.
ates for Religion" deals with a subject of
nexhaustible interest. Apropos of the war,
here are two notably good descriptive pa.
ers-one entitled "Over the Balkans with
leneral Gourko," and the other, "Cons tan
inople," by James Bryce. The latter has
lready become famous in England. 0 ther
totewrthy articles are, the beginning of a
erles by Taine on "France before the Out
reak of the Revolution;" a timely bio
:raphical sketch of "Count Cavour;" "Pro.
essor Huxley on the Degeneracy of Modern
)pinion;" "Keats' Love-Letters;" and a
brilling narrative' of "A Ride for Life." A
ketch (with steel portrait) of Professor
arsh; three or four poems; additional
hapters of Mr. Balck's stoly, -'Macleod of
)are;" and well-filled editorial departments
:omplete a number of exceptional variety
Lnd interest. Published by E. R. Pelton, 25
lond Street, Ne'w York, S5 pe.r yar *igl
opies, 4.5 eents. Trial subscription for
bres months, $1.
WHIAT1 IT B!1N(S.-Now tha:t Spring
at hand, ai ge'neral activity is witnes
edi in well-regulated households, the
~ood house-wife over-hauls everything,
lower anid vegetable gardens aire seen
o, rooms from basement to attie are
xanined, bed-rooms, dining room andl
:itchen undergo scrtinfy not though t of
brough the cold, dark (lays of winter.
~trange, if in all these places there be
tot something lacking: may be a water
>ot, trowel, flower-pot, some article of
rockery, chin:i, glass, wood, tin, iron,
illow, etc. She takes the situation in
.t a glance, and determines that things
nust be 'set to rights;' a list is prepared
.nd sent to Kingsland & Heath of Co
umbia, who she knows will fill her bill
n the most satisfactory manr.er. A
ord to the wise is sufficient. tf
NEwBERRY, S. C., Mar. 30, 1878.
List of advertised letters for week ending
arch 30, 1878:
Ldams, B. H. |Keller, Mrs. Bettie
~od, John |Tribblc: Miss Ftta
eckan C. II. 'Taylor, HIugh L. WV.
~rooks, Luciuda IWalker, Mrs. Hailey
~rifan, Miss Caroline
Parties calling for letters will please say
'advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
..,:. Tri.,ri...: .... . 2 P M
Nice shower Wednesday,
With a sprinkling of hail.
Good prospect for vegetables.
Prospect still good for fruit.
The averale boy diggeth for bait.
Base ball on College Campus of after
Afternoon drives are popular-and
the girls are delighted.
Phint corn and plenty of it-and we
will all be happy.
Improve your poultry. See Sigwald's
Wheat, oats, barley are looking fine
-next in order corn and cotton.
If you would become a nabob adver
tise. There's nothing like it.
The Campaign is virtually open. Let
everything he done on the square.
Every one believes in reform except
those who are gathering the spoils.
When (lid Absalom sleep five in a
bed ? When lie slept with his forefa
Mr. J. S. Fair exhibits pea pods, he
will soon have a mess and invites his!
friends to call when they are ripe.
Have you seen Mrs. Redus' assort
ment of beautiful Millinery ? Those
cute, cut-away hats, ain't they sweet ?
Let your expenses be such as to leave
a balance in your pocket. Ready mo
ney is a friend in need.
We learn that Mr. George Mower
will soon restore his burnt store rooms.
This is right.
Governor Hampton said " send no
more unmarried men to the Legisla
It is reported that the Legislators
bought up ail the Newfoundland dogs
in Columbia, just after adjournment.
Our town poet is working it up.
There was a lively entertainment on
the light fintastic toe Monday night at
the Parker House. The genial Biggs
got it up.
The little folks think that Easter is a
slow coach this year. They are so anx
ious to see what kind of eggs the rab
bits are going to lay this time.
A negro man near Mayb'nton died
last week from injuries received in the
field ploughing. His mule ran away
"What is money?" asks an exchange.
"Money is the missing link between
several hundred subscribers and the
Use Cram pton's Soap and you will
buy no other. For sale by B. J. Ram
age & Son, and at the Herald Book
This is the season when the inner
man would delight in green peas and
breast of lamb; if peas and lamb are
not in convenient reach try old bacon
and cow peas.
What is the committee doing in re
gard to the formation of the Newberry
Agricultural Society, and in getting up
a county Fair.
The city of Jalapa talks of getting
up one if the villagei fails.
Single copies of the Herald have a
price just as single yards of calico, or
other kinds of merchandize, and you
you might as well ask the merchant to
give his goods as the editor his paper.
Mrs. Mower's cistern when complete
will prove a valuable accession to the
various occupants of her handsome
block. It will also prove the very thing
in case of fire. We hope that others
will follow her example.
Mr. J. 0. Meredith of dairy fame
deposited on our table Saturday two
balls of golden butter. Thanks, may
his cows never go dry. Jim calls it the
Hampton brand, and we will WADE
Capt. UJ. B. WVhites and Mr. A. C.
Jones are erititled to eminent thanks
for sending despatch to Col. Dodamead,
whereby the train was held here for
twenty minutes, and th)e request was
made in the name of the ladies.
The Herald is satisfied with the glory
of getting up the demonstration.
Mr. Pool's square looks as bright and
neat as a new silver (dollar. Thei( newly
painted building gives a lively appear
ance to the whole. Then
Tfhe new (double and single gates, and1(
the enlarged balcony to F. N. Pat ker's
house ar decided imuprovements and
it does no1 stop) here. for
Jim Rattlev. le bon toni batrber, is to
have a first class bathing salo, where
tired, dusty andI hie ted hu-M!:\-ity ca:n
refresh itself ; andi
Either bean:rs or aifter the haith cani
step right into th post t,lih-~e. that
imnportanlt inlstituat in haiving changed
base to the new building next then bar
ber's shop. What a boon.
In addition to all of this the enter
prising owner of this prop)erty is now
having built a capacious cistern,' and
promises a brick side-walk the length
of the block.
Oh Jordan Pool thou art a jewel, and if
thou wvert not already Intendant, we
would nominate thee for that high pos
ition. " Jordan is not a hard road to
If friend Ed. Scott will elevate the
upper end of his front fence, and some
generous large-hearted individual gra
tuitously put a new coat of paint on
our palings, all on this side will be
We unanimously resolve to oppose
any effort hereafter to get up a fire de
pamentm orn engine We have ade
The citizens of Newberry are not yet
warwd up, the few fires occurring so
far have been of a one horse character,
and nothing short of a big, general, hot
conflagration will move them.
Secondly, thebest time to urge the mat
ter will be after the town is burned by
one general sweep, as then every man
will have leisure to attend to it, and will
more forcibly feel its mportance.
Thirdly, we don't think there is any
lack of public spirit, generosity or ener
gy, not by any means. Don't we lose
enough by fires continually, the loss by
each of which being sufficient t, par
chase two or three engines? Don't we
lavish on brass bands, get up reading '
societies, commercial associations, hot
suppers, strawberry festivals, balls, etc.
The only thing in the way is that the
time hasn't come yet.
Fonrthly and lastly, that is for the
present, it will be best to wait for the
next generation, as it may be faster than
this or rather see in a different light,
'. I ti
and too by that time it may be proved
that the hook and ladder company very
good as far as it goes, is not equal to
an engine with a good] hose. These are d
some reasons which govern us in op
posing the advocacy of a fire depart
ment and farther for the present.
P. S.-Please excuse us. It is as
serted that were it done now 4 profes:
sional man would be chief and a house n
might burn up before the Captain could
find time to get there. ti
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits and pure
Candies. tf ir
THE PRINTER'S ESTATE.-The prin- I
ter's dollars, where are they? A dol
lar here, a dollar there, scqttpred over
numerous small towng all over the coun
try, miles and miles apart-how are
they to be gathered together? We im
agine the printer will have to get up an
address to those widely scattered dol
lars something like the following:
"Dollars, halves and quarters, dimes
and all manner of fractions intQ which t
ye are diviqe, cqlet yourselves and A
ponie home! Ye are wanted! Com
bination of all sorts of men that help c
the printer to become a proprietor, ga- I
ther such force and demand with good L
reascn your appearance at his counter.
that nothing short of a sight of you will
appease them, Collect yourselves, for t
valuable as you are in the aggregate, f
single you will not pay the cost of a
gathering. Come in here, in single
file, that the printer may form you into
a battalion, and send you forthl again
to battle for hirz tgnt vin,diente his cred
Reader, are you sure you haven't a
couple of printer's dollars stickingI
about your old clothes?'
Best Field Corn Ever Known!
HAMBURG'S PRIDE !
This Corn is of a, strawberry red-striped 1
color very large and long cob, with cor.-es- I
pondingly large, deep grains. The yield(
sur,.asses that of all other known varieties, I
on the same kind of soil. It is very sweet
ad nutritious, and is expellent feed for live
stock. It mnalkes the very finest, whitest andj
swetest corn meal. The stalk is large and
bears an abundance of good Fodder. This
Corn takes'a firm hold in the ground and
is not apt to be blown down by winds. It
averages fronm 8 to 10 feet high. It matures
reasonably early, and is hardy and a sure:
crop. Send for a package.
H AMBURG'S VAVORITE !
This is a large, clear, white flinty grained.
Corn-very rich and oily, hence, weighs
heavier thaum any other ern. It makes a
good, rich bread, anid is especially adapted
to thin soil. It matures very early, and
may be planted as late as the 15th of June.
It stands dronth well, and has from 2 to 6 j
perfect ears on each stalk. The ears are|
long anid have a very -mail cob, consequent
lv, uature~s on the poorest laud, if noti
planted too thick. Try this variety. I
Prices, post-paid, by Mail:
1 Package that will produce 6 bushels, 81.00
2 " " " " 12 " .5
4 " " " " 24 " 3.00
Will be prepared next season ta furnish
these Corus in any quantity desired.
Remit by P. 0. Moniey Order or Regis
tered Letter, at oursisk..t
Address all orders to
HAMBURG SEED FARM,
Mo:aut Airy, Suzrry Co., N. C.
NEwBERaYt S. C., April 2.-Cotton. 9.'s c.
Number of Bgales shipped during wek
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MA R TIN & Co.
Shoulders. Pr: ime New. .. 63
Shoulders. sugar Cured...
sides. C. R., New................
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides. C. R., New........
Sides. Loug Clear........
~ Uncanvassed H-rams........10
Cauvassed Hlams, (Magnoulia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces..........l 12
Leaf, i Buickets........... 1 I
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C.................. 12
Coffee C................. 11
New Orleans............. 123
~New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Mrc.asses. 40 g
Cuba Molasses. ......60
rE- Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hyson..............1.50 d
Roasted or Parched. 30
Best 1I10................ 26a
Good Rio............... 28a 25 -
White Wine Vine.r.5
IE A L
LUR, per bbl............... .,50
ONCENTRATED LYE....... ... 1
NGLISH 8ODA................. 1
HRF)DSB I GPWE 5
:mnemon:e a mm onwnnu
ECONOMY IS WEALTII,.
Poor Richard saW. If thiQ ht. tru . t en
is wise in evo ': f.1mi1v to u h - ' .
Gloss St.-;rch ;it prefeience to any otner, bi
ea e i - !1-1o, em ,on ie.0 everma:
in the world. It is the most ce:om
r ! ii-cause it is tfhe hest: it is the eheapest
u.e:n e it 1:: : !h :- ' i: rer, white.
:el strnrr it.:.;mmmny mm:>'* ms'l h It t
(c,%-ed~ t!h. izn.:: :re vr all competi
ors in the 1* qu.i:is .r ;he *jbe. Don't
e ec r , ': : . k f- Darvens'
o rove ! J .: S-;:v for i--o 1, n Darvens'
;atin Glo-'! S:, rch for ht1al'rY pur-poss, aid
ake no o:ler.
Dr. C. W. ln",r.'s telery and CHAMO
ITLE PI'1.t4 ;ce f.!i- )xprny to cure
ick Ileadache, Nen-eus H Lache, Dlys
eptic Hvedael:e, Neura!.zi:, Nemronsnes
nd S.ep!es-nec. and i wi eure . y ca.e.
Orice 50 cents. For sala b-:- nal drurzists.
)OVIE & MO!SE. Azetms. Charle's.on, S. C.
For sale by )owie & Moisc W holesale Drug
ists Charleston. 5-1m.
Do you Waut Healfh?
WHY WILL YE DiI ?-Dcath, or what
worse, is the inevi-ble result of continued
uspension of the mevtrnal flow. It is a
ndition which should not b2 trifled with.
umediate relief is the only safegnard aganist
znstittional rain. In all eases of supprez
ion, suspension or o'ber irrenglai ity of the
courses," Dr. J. Bradfieid's Female Regnhi
r is the only sure remedy. It acts by giv
ig tone to the nervous centres, umrovin;
ie blood and determining directly -to the or
ans of menstruation. It is a legitimate pre
,ription, a'id the most Intelli-e't Doctors
se it. Prepared by J. Bradfield, Atlantu,
a., 1.5O per bottle, and sold by respectable
BOON TO SUFFERING FEMALES.
LAGINGE. G.-i , March 29, 1870.
Bradfield & Co., Atlanta, Ga.-Dear Sirs:
take pleasure it stati?ig that I have used
ir the last twenty years the medieine you are
itting up, known as Dr. Bradfleld's FEMALE
EGULATOR, and censider it the best combi
ition ever goiten together for the diseases
ir which it is recommended. I have been
miliar with the preparation both as a prac
tioner of medicine and in domestic practice,
id can honestly say that I consider it aboon
suffering females and cau but hope that
rery lady in ouriand, who may be stiffering
any way peculiar to their sex, may be
le to procure a bottle, and their sufferings
sy not only be relieved, but they may be
,stored to health and strength.
With my kindest regards,
I aw, respectfully,
W. B. FERRTE., M. D.
For sale by Drs..S. F. Fant. Pope & Ward
LW, W. E. Pelham and W. F. Pratt. 14-2t.
Ve can change a fifty dollar bill if yon
rant a bottle of GLOaE FLOWER COUGH
YRUP, the greatest Cough and Lung
,emedy in the world ; or if you want
) try it first and see if what the Hon.
Jex. H. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith, Ex
rov..Brown and Hon. Robert Toombs
f Georgia, say about it is true, you can
et a Sample Bo tle for ten cents at
)r. S. F. Fant's. Drag Store, that re
eves an ordinary cold. The GLOE
'r.OwFr COUGH SyRuP never bad an
qual for Coughs, Colds and Lung Af
ctions. It positively cures Consunip
[on when all other boasted remedies
3il. Sample Bottles, ten cents. Reg
lar size, fifty doses, $1.00.
thead where they loan you a dollar~
-nd chalk it down till to-morrow, for a
mottle of MERRELL's HEPATINE for the
Aiver. The enormous expense of im
iorting the ingredients of this great
iver medicine into this country. is why
cur Druggist Dr. S. F. Fant sells but
ne sample bottle to the same person
or ten cents ; but as there are fifty
loses in the large size bottles, it is
heap enough after all at two cents
er dose, for a medicine that has never
>een known to fait in the cure of dvs
epsia and all diseases of the liver. It
tas never failed in the cure of liver
omplaint when taken as directed, no
n'atter of how long standing the dis
mase, It cures Chills and Fever, Con
tipation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia and
iver Complaint. Sample Bottles ten
ents ; regular size, fifty doses, $1.00.
THE UNEUAllED IAS, LEFFEL D?UBLE
PORIABLE AND STATYIONARY
3AW, FLOUR ANID GRIST MITLS
SAT :.G- ,LLEYS AMD EANGERS
Addm,POOLE & HUNT,
The undersigned hereby forinod all per
onms from trespassing on their several plar.
ations5, either for fishing, hunmting or int
ny o:heruise, and any one found so tres
assing after this publicationi will be ~dealt
rith to the full extent of the law.
THOS. F. BARMON, Agent.
R T. REAGiIN,"
W. 0. GORE E," .
Mar. 27, 1:-;t.
WMS FORS llitlIN(.
From my P.emi:su BLrM COCHIINS
h.00 for 13, $3.00 for $M6. PARTRIDGE
QOUINS, $2.e& per doz. WHITE LEG
ORNS and] BROWS LEGHORNS, $2.00
er dozs. LIGHT BRIAH3IAS, $2.00 per
>z. Golden Spangled Seabreight BAN
UMS and White R ANTUMS, 81.50 per
z. . C. 2. SIGXX ALD,
mar 20 8 tf Charleston, S. C.
'0Or Sore Throat,
A ontinuance for any length of time, causes
'ritation of the Lunags, or some chronic Threat
ftction. Neglect oftentimes results in some
mmural LTiny as&e BROWNWS 11EOK