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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1878.
INDEI TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J.. F. J. Caldwell-Demnocrtic County Con
Jno. Thad. Johnson, M.D.-Atlanta Medi
W. W. Honseal, W. T. Tarrant and A. L.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal ir'er
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
as -regular advertisements at $1 per
Notica of administration, and other
egal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
4pect. and notices of meetings, as well as
ormniWtions of a personal character
nust be paid for in advance
The subscription price of the Herald
s $2.00for twelve months, $1.25 for six
n 1ths, 5 cents for three months and
25 cents fr one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
A hoice lot of Teas at H, A. Burns.
Comwnnintinn of Flans Meyrick will
appear in next issue-crowded out this
- Norations not exceeding one
square will be inserted for $5, in ad
Maj. T. J.Xarett. was elected Sat
rday Lieutenant-Colonel of the 1st
megiment S. C. V. T. A Major will
have to be elect to fill the vacancy in
Oranges and Lemons, at H. A.
learn that Fitzgerald, who is
arge& with killing Lee Nance in
Twberry, in 1868, was killed in Texas
b a-man he vras endeavoring, as town
M0xPsON,,entist, oyerHower's Store.
Am iT MEDMAL COLLEGE.-We
call raetion of all seeking a medical
education to the advertisement of this
college. it enjoys an unsurpassed
reputation for affording opportunity for
KAnother lot of those Fresh Crackers
in variety, and French Cand~y, at H. A.
The eclipse did come Monday. The
moon covered over half of the sun,
miaking it quite dark for awhile.
Smokea glasses were in demand. The
clouds interfered somewhat, but good
views were obtained.
gW All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
V The Cokesbury District Conference
met at Abbeville last week. The fol
lowing were elected delegates to the
1....zwalConference: T. C. Lipscomb,
Re'v. J. M. Rushton, M.D., W. D. Sul
livaa and W. D. Mann, with J. T.
SParks and L. C. Mauldin alternates.
Ogburn's Best and Free and Easy To
bacco,at H.A.- Burns'. 21-tf
There is a slight falling off in this
County in the average assessment this
year from that of five years ago. The
assessment of' personal property is lar
ger, and the assessment of real estate in
town is also larger, on account of im
prov'ements: and new buildings; yet
taking the County altogether, the de
crease will be not less than $100,000,
and will probably_be twice that.
Fo ArsoSd Water, with delicious
and pure syrups, fit beverage for the
gods, and warranted to make one feel
22-tf H. A. BURNS'.
THE CANTATA.-Esthier, the Beauti
ful Queen, presented in Thespian Hall
y and Friday evenings, was one
Sof the motejy~e1C3if&of t2de
-season. The ecstumes, acting and sing
ing were entirely in keeping with the
theme. The Chorus of the children in
Act V, Scene 1, was delightful. Every
thing passed off so pleasantly that we
were really sorry to see Haman led off
to be hanged.
DON'T.-The old praetice- of knock
Sing spots out of a man must be stopped
at once and forever. The necessity of
this is plainly to be seen in the fact that
the absence of spo.son the sun is the
prime canse of the recent hot wave
which has been experienced~ all over
the country. Don't knock the~ spots
out of a man any more, but if you must
go for him, take his scalp off or do
something else equally expressive, only
be sure and leave his spots.
THE AMExAN AGRICULTURIST for
August, with its half a hundred en
gravings of rural objects, implements,
plants, etc., contains much of interest
and practical utility. Among some two
hundred articles and items are: The
Work of the Month; A Neat House or
Parsonage, with Plans and Details;
Talks on Farm Crops; Sheep-Farming
at the South; Household Topics; Ex
posure of Humbugs, etc., etc. Orange
Judd Co., New York, Publishers: $1.60.
THE ACANTHUs.-We notice with
sincere pleasure the improved typo
grpia-pernc fCui ni
gBrphicacharppearancer theosi Anhus
Barns' chamingfl paesofne tpe ands
pits otinted fullr, ofnw typeis
,Mana nn tinted naner, giving unmis
TRE Gux CLuB.-The result of the
shooting at glass balls Friday afternoon
was as follows:
C. A. Bowman, - 7 3
Sam'l Boozer, Jr., 1 9
F. W. Fant, 6 4
J. I. Fair, . 2 8
J. K. Gilder, 6 4
OlieCyarmany, 2 8
D. S. Pope, 3 7
L. W. Jones, 3 7 t
J.C. Myers, 5. 5
J. R. Thompson, 3 .
THE JALAPA BAl-CUiE.-About two
hundred persons attended the barbecue
given by T. W. Davis & Co., at Beaver,
dam, near Jalapa, Saturday. Mutton,
kid, pork, beef, hash, vegetables, lem
onades and watermelons were abun
dant. The eatables were well cooked,
and everybody got enough. Speeches
on politics were made by E. P. Chal
mers, Geo. Johnstone, L. W. Simkins
and J. Y. Hunter. There was some
dar eing. Mr. E. P. Mathews played
the good Samaritan, and distributed a
wagon- load of w4termplons with a lav
ish hand-he's not a candidate.
The County Commissioners have is
sued an order to have the roads worked.
We hope they will now see that their
order is obeypd. The roads of, this
County are in a deplorable cogditipp;
the principal highways being in many
places almost impassable. Let good
overseers be appointed, and if -anybody
refuse to work the road -after being f
called on to do so, put the law tp him.
Overseers, in warning the hands, should
give at least two days' notice, as this is
required by law in order to make those
who refu,se liable to punishment.
The Laurensville Herald in its notice r
of the Good Templars mass meeting in 0
that town on Wednesday last, makes I
the following mention: "Mr. Jas. Pack- tj
er, of Newberry, closed the speaking in p
a very neat address, short but pointed, I
abounding in alternate witty anecdotes iE
and tender pathos." t]
The same paper makes compliment- *f(
ary mention of Mr. R. H. Grengker, r
Jr., of the News,,who furnished some b
excellent music at the entertainment s:
given for the benefit of the Methodist
We are pleased to notice the improv
ed appearance of the Herald. With its *r
new dress it looks very much better.
FINE PEACHEs.-The finest peaches n~
we have seen this season were grown s
at Alston by Mr. John Elkius. The
specimens presented us were unusually P
fine, both in size anad quality, apd arp b
from trees procured from the ?omaria &
Nurseries of Mr. Smpnmer. Good fruit t
is certainly a desideratum;~and it is just "
as easy to have a fine quality as an in- s
ferior one, and wo wondjer why it is tU
thait our farmers do not iipprowe their ti
orchards by the introduction of accli- t
mated stock warranted to be as repre
sented, instead of buying trees from far t4
off Nurseries, and which so frequently ti
prove of no account. Mr. Elkips is S
sending his peaches all over -th;e coun- t
"THE SWEE'r BYE AND BYE."-ThiS r
sweetest of all sacred melodies, still s
holds its own in hearts of the people e
and although originally intended only p
as a Sunday School hymn, it is now
played universally uponi Pianos and v
Organs and Orchestras and Brass s1
ands. In the Southern~ Musical Journal ti
for July, it is arranged by J. P. Sousa, e
as a Revival March, which will be en- d
joyed by all. The same No. also con
tains a lovely song by Christie "Darl- I
ing let me Dream again," and "Laurel
Sbottische," an easy piece for little 3
fingers. All this music for only Fifteen
Cents. Subscription price $1.25 yearly, I
with valuable Premiums. Address the
Publishers, Ludden & Bates, Savannalr,
A CoRExEcIox.-A local in the last
issue, in regard to the incarceration of ti
Jim Rook, colored, to await trial at the n]
Sessions Court for assault and battery,
seems to reflect upon Trial Justice Car- h
lisle, though not so intended. It stated .a
that Mr. Carlisle ought to have tried
the case himself, and that four months ~
confiement in jail, besides the expenses ~
was more than commensurate with the
offense charged. The particulars of
the assault, as appears from the written
testimony, is that Rook beat his wife
most unmercifully over the head and
body with a big stick and a buggy trace,
that he stamped upon her with his feet, ~
she being atthe time enciente; that the '
poor woman was rendered unconscious
by this treatment for four hours, her life 1
having been despaired of, and that this a
was the second, offense. In view of i
these facts, and that a trial justice can
not sentene'e. for a longer time than
thirty days, we think Mr. Carlisle did
right in sending the offender to a higher I
People are looking forward with de- fi
lightful anticipations to the fall, when a
the abundant crops are gathered and s
money is plentiful. Economy is ther
order now and it is right, that is in so y
far as concerns such articles as can be e
done without. But it is unwise policy i
to deprive oneself of things which are s
essential to comfort, and especially when t
they can be had for a mere trifle. Howt
pleasant it is to sit around a well ap
pointed table with bright new crockery,s
china and glass-ware, and on the otheri
hand bow uncomfortable if the sets are I
cracked or composed of odd pieces, no
two of which are matched. Breakage<
will occur in the best regulated families,
~ .,'~,dA ho a'iA if th~ i-~m~dv
DEATH.-The many friends of Mr.
S. B. Calcutt and family, formerly of
Newberry, will learn with sorrow of
;he death of Mrs. Willie Moore, the
youngest daughter, which sad event oc
3urred in Spartanburg, on Monday, the
?2nd. Her illness was of a protracted
%iaracter, but was borne with -sweet
atience and Christian fortitude, and
ip to the last moment her mind was
)right and clear, and her beautiful
rnst and faith in the Divine rove and
teceptance gave her afflicted family and
i-ends the assurance that all was well
vith her, that death was disrobed of all
errors, and that her only pain was the
>-rting from her family and the two
ittle babes :xbe had to leave behind.
rust before her death slle gwae loving
Admonitions to all around and sent as
urances of love to absent friends, and
>articularly to the dear physician, Dr.
C. Kennedy, who so faithfully and
dtiently waited upon her. Death is at
11 times sad, in this case particularly
o, and to. the sorrowing family and
riends we tender our heartfelt sympa
y at the loss of one so aiiable and
Dvely in character, and who will be so
PROVIDETIAL ESCAPE.-Qn Sun4ay
fternoon, the 21st, the youngest child
,f Mr. and Mrs. Charley Chase, former
y of this place, fell from the garret
vindow pf the Pledmoat 4otel i Spar
anburg, a distance of 40 feet to the hiard
;round below and miraculous to state
6ithout a bone being broken. Only a
.w minutes before, Mrs. C. had been
ntertaiipg her little ones and those of
er sister, by reading and sipging pre.
ious to sending them to Sunday School,
then little Lula becoming impatient
tarted to play,and the rest all following
an up stairs into the attic, the windows
f which age pq lo down tP the foor.
t is supposed that while running near
be window her foot tripped in the car
et when she was precipitated below.
[ow she escaped instantaneous death
; wirajulous indeed. ~W saw the lit
e sufferer on Tuesday evening and
)nd her sleeping quietly and appa
-ntly free from pain, and we augur
opefully th ?e will recover. Our
impathy is extended the family.
Later-we learn with sincere pleas
re that Lula is considered out of dan
er, and is able to ride out in her car
Hoo PENs.-Of all the abominable
isances in a crowded town in .the
ammer time, the worst is a hog pen.
'rom it arises an effiuvia not only un
leasant to the neighborhood near it,
ut one which is positively unhealthy,
n we thip): it withini ths prviPce of
ie Cop'ncil to assert authority in its re
ioval. For common protection all
ich nuisancessehould be reported, and
le Council requested to interfere. In
is cnectiog' it is proper to state thiat
iere are filthy sinks which should be
ked after, andthe owners be required
put them in such condition as that
le public health be not endangered.
ome weeks ago allusion was made to
is ipporganes pf a thorough cleansing
ut of all filth, but we are satisfied that
lis has not been generally done. We
aspectfully suggest that the town mar
3als be directed to use their noses and
yes while making their rounds and re
ort all unpleasant odors and sights.
Since the above has been put in type
re are pleased to state that the Mar
1als have been authorized to give no?
ce that all such places must be cleans
d and purified. Three days from Mon
ay last is the time given.
Messrs. J. W. Coppock and L. K.
ance are at Glenn's.
Judge Leahy returned from Glenn's
ist week, and is at his post.
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin is now so
urning at the Old Sweet Springs,
Mr. J. D. Smith, of Smith & Chris
an, will start to Kentucky after horses
We are pleased to say that Col. Pool
as recovered from his illness anud is
ble to be out.
Mrs. Dr. Ruff has gone to Macon,
liss., on'e visit to her sister. She will
e absent about six weeks.
Col. 'ihos. W. Holloway, of Pomaria,
spending a few days in town. A
isit from him Monday was appreciated.
Messrs. Simmdns, Car wile, Mayer,
icCrey, Arown, Peiham, Crawford
d angford are at home again look
ig the better for their trip.
Rev. W. F. Meadors filled the pulpit
:a the Methodist Church last Sabbath in
very acceptable manner. His sermon
ras practical and forcibly delivered.
AN UNDENIABLE TRUTH.
You deserve to suffer, and if you
sad a miserable, unsatisfactory life in
hiis beautiful world, it is entirely your
wn fault and there is only one excuse
cr you.-your unreasonable prejudice
,nd skepticism, which has killed thou
ands. Personal knowledge and com
non sense reasoning will soon show
-on that Green's August Flower will
nr you of Liver Complaint, or Dys
>epsia, with all its miserable effects.
uch as sick headache, palpitation of
he heart, sour stomach, habitual cos
iveness, dizziness of the head, ner
rous prostration, low spirits, &c. Its
ales now reach every town on the
Vestern Continent and not a Druggist
>ut will tell .you of its wonderful cures.
Eo can buy a Sample isottle for 10
~ents. Three doses will relieve you.
Farmers in good heart.
Gardens in sear and yellow leaf.
In the midst of life we are in debt.
Ebenezer Camp Meeting" begi
The coming fall gives promise i
Fortunately field corn is pretty gent
It is hoped that borrowers will soo
be able to subseribe.
When does a hen become a rooster
When the sun ooes down.
The health of the town is pretty goo
-one or two cases of fever.
For the past two weeks Newberr
has 4a4 a flood of drummers.
Peaches are scarce, and the fei
brought in are small and inferior,
Chickens are coming down a trifle i
price-but they are not low enoug
The military of the County expect t
have a big barbecue in about a mnth
Midnight solilocuy by- the man wh
supped on dried apples-twelve o'cloch
4;d all swell,
It s about ti e for Smokey TQwn pq
tatbes to be eard from.- Are the
The granite pavement in front c
Leonard's and Ward & Thomason's i
being elevqted a4d 4a.de level.
.Do not drink very piac this ho
weather, and the ess ice you use ti!
better. Cold water int6rrupts diges
If your turnip patches are not yet i
order, get to work on them at the firs
>Pport(nity-ands li'perally of gop
The population of Pomaria has beei
increased. It's a boy, and its name i
Wedaman. David feels as happy as i
big sun flower.
When young ladies learn to stick
pin'in their apro,nstrinegs'o that it Von'
scratch a fellov's wrist, there will'bi
JLdging fro4i oqr State exchea
the crop of candidates has not bee i
jred' by theI diouth. They*dourish'li
the green bay tree.
Many a young writer might be abl(
o collect his scattered thoughts if h4
would igok iW" editor's wiate ba&ge
aryI -in hte ornii
The importance of a good turnil
patch cannot be overestimated. Ever
farmer should have one, and every gar
lener should~ have a sonare,
Some of .the sidewngks in town are
eing"nundermined and waslied'for *an
f curbing. If not too expensive I
vould be a good idea to have them al
We notice that war is being waget
against dogs in some places, arei il
ould be well to commience one here
here are entirely too many in thil
A man who will offer to pay his sub
crition in wood while the weather if
p hot is tit only for "treas~pp, strugta
ems and spoils."' Bring us somethms~
The man who borrows a newspapei
nstead of subscribing for one, is thei
an who will crawl over the walls o:
eaven instead of passing through St
The thunder apdl lightning Sunday
fternoon was very severe.. Severa
elegraph poles between Helena an<(
ittle river bridge were struck; somi
hivered to atoms.
Almost anything in the Stationer:
line that can be called for is to be foun<
t the HERALD Book Store. The bes
f writing papers, envelopes, ink, &c
411 cheap for cas
Every one who has yet returned frou
Genn Springs gives evidence of imn
proved condition. Others speak of go
ing. They cannot do better-it is thi
best water in the Union.
An editor offers a reward of five do]
lars for the best treatise on "How ti
make out-door life attractive to thb
mosquito." A few of them have put ii
an appearance in Newberry.
Old Rose, a colored woman aged 90
at a picnic last week near Pomaria, goi
p on the floor and tripped the ligL
fantastic to the wonder of all assem
bled. She wants to know who of he
age can beat it.
A good rain Sunday afternoon in pox
ions of the County.
Monday night a splendid rain, th
best for a long time; from the appear
ance of the clouds it must have extend
d over the whole County.
The campaign will be an interestin;
and a warm one and everybody shouli
have a good paper-subscribe for th
HERALD and keep posted. A man whi
takes a paper is entitled to membershil
in the open eye club.
It is pleasant to note that that oli
aid popular store familiarly known a
the Baltimore Corner, flourishes like th
green bay tree, for which the public i
indebted to Mr. Jas. F. Todd, wh
keeps a general and good stock of sue
articles in the grocery line as are alway
in demand. Call on him.
The Senior has returned from hi
travels,.and the 'devil' gives up his sea
in the editorial chair with emotions to
numerous to mention. What bothere,
him most was the scarcity of cash. N
one came in to settle during his occups
tion of the chair. He wonders no long
er at the editor's leanness.
Capt. U. B. Whites, our worthy Ta:
Collector, is the fishiest individual i
town. Together with a few friends h
caught eight hundred fish in Broad rive
a few days ago. -We can only accour
for this large haul in the suppositio
that the fish had collected together fc
the pui-pose of paying the poll tax. I
is hoped Whites will make a proper rc
turn to the State Treasurer.
. . POST OFFICE,
NEWBBERY, 6. C-, July 27, 1878*
List of advertised letters for week endin
July 27, 18'78:
Bouknight, Mrs. Burl Glen, Jo
Bettis, John IPope, Miss Elvira
Clark, Harry IReid, Daniel
Greenwood, Tom lSatterwhite,Al'xanld
Parties calling for ietters winl please sa
i advertised. IR. W. BOONE, P. K.
FOR THE IHERALD
MESSRS. EDITORa: Presuming ti
many of the readers of the HERALD f
interested in anything pertaining
Newberry College, IJ-ave just conchi
ed to send you the following hasty
count of the
is FIRST REUNION,
this summer, of its alumni, students a
In Lexington County, twenty mil
away North-west on the Columb
Road, lies Spring Hill, consisting of
few straggling residences that need n
a fear the floods, because founded, ni
upon one but a million rocks.
0 Here, at 10 A M., on the 27th insi
in the presence of a large coneoures
people in the Lutheran Church, Ib
d first reunion was inaugurated by tI!
election of D. B. Bushy, A.M., as Chai
man, Mr. Cyprian M. Efird, A.B., :
I Secretary. The exercises having bec
opened with prayer by the Iev. M
v #awkins, Fditor of the ;ut,eran Vi3
or, an excellent
ADDRESS OF WELCOME,
a in behalf of the citizens of Lexingtc
County, was delivered by Mr. C. V
Welch. This was eloquently responde
to by Prof. J. B. O'Neall Holloway, I
appointment; and, afterwards, by t:
' The first subject,
swa@ treated by Rev. Prof. Geo. W. H1o
Jand in his usnal plain, practical an
exh ustive manner.
After an intermission of upwards
f an hour, during which the good ladic
s under the umbrageous boughs of som
veighboring oaks, prganized a spiez
didiy attended mass aieeting in: the i
tdrest of internal improvenients, the fo
lowing sentiinents were 'proposed:
1st. The A1u'mni,Sudents,aud Friend
of Newberry College,which wasrespon
ed to by Prof. G. B. Cromer.
2nd. The Common Public &hools
Our Counij, which was respopnded
by Prof. J. B. Q'Neall 1oll6way.
3d. The Moral and Intellectual Edi
cation of the Youth of Our Country-Ul
Great Demand of th4 Age. Replied t
by Mr. J. Brooks Wingard, A.B.
Ith. The Endowmmi; .-na, res2porn
ed 'by Uev. tProf. 9. P.i69hes.
5th.! Newberj Cotlege'; AtsPast, Fre
ent, and Future, respond6d to by th
Hon. Henry A. Meetze, State Senatc
from Leington County, in an exter.
ppraneous, splendid aqdvesa abonfidii
fri-th 'eisest: precepts to 61d and young
The hudience,' apparently highl
gratified with the day's entertainmen
was then dismissed with a benedictio
by Rev. Prof. Hughes.
Acpording to all t4at Fve have see
and heard, these reuniops prilise t
become very benefilial,' not only to th
College, but, also, to' the people.
large in the way of stimulating an ir
terest in the Common Public School
and in raising the standard of then
We, thei-efoi-e, wish them continue<
Pomiaria, S. C., July 29, 1878.
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is recou:
mended by all drugist a~ y eng
purely veg'etable and'reliable prepara
tion for Babies. Price 25 cents.
NEWBERRY, S. C., July 30.-Cotton qui(
Tumber~ of'bales ship,ped dairing week, 96.
Newberry Prices Current.
-By J. N. MARTIN & CC
Shiouldprs, PriWe 2New...
Slijijilders, Sugar Cured..
Sides, C. R., New............I
IDRY SALTED MF.A TS
Sides, C. R., New...... a
Sdes, Long Clear.......
Uneanvassed Has......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 125
Leaf, in Tierces.......... 12)
Leaf, in Buckets..........13
Grangl1ated Staedard,.... .. 1a
i. Extra C.....,...........12)
- New Orleans............. 12)
New Orleans SyrupS... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
) Sugar House Molasses. 40
kI Young Uyson............. 1.50
*Roasted or Parched. 0
tBest Rio.............. 26a
tGood Rio............. 23a 2
r White Wine Vinegar.. 65
m SOAP......................... 6a 1
- STAR CANDLES................ 16
. FLOUR, per bbl.......... ....... 8.0a 9.0
CONCENTRATED L YE........... 15
i ENGLISH SODA. .......10
I HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SSEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
) TOBACCO.......................... 60a 1.2
3 NAILS (10) keg.. ................ 3.50
ARROW TIES, erbunch............. 3 00
RED CLOVER SEE-per lb...20
IRED OATS--per Lu............ 75a
STHE GREATEST REDUC
-CHEAPER THAN STAYING AT lHOYd
You can get your horses well fed
SBLEASE'S STABLES for TWVENTY-FJ'T
a CENTS. The most commodious Stables
e the Southern States, and where stock ai
r better cared for thai -anywhere else.
a HENRY H. BiLASI
rJuly 3, 1878-27-3m.
-MERINO SHEEP FNR SALI
.I have for sale a few FINE MERIS
SHEEP. Some as nice Bucks as eau1
found any whe~re. Price to suit the tim~es.
Apply to L. P. W. RISER,
gJun. 5, 23-tf Liberty Hall, S. C.
To the Traveling Publil
The undersigned would respectfullyi
fom. hs. frie;n,sand the general publ]
;at - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
e For Probate Judge
d- LEWIS W. SIMKINS
c Irezpectful'y nominated.
Iis capacity aq a lawyer and a boo
k'o:r, added to his social, intellectual a
d mGrat 'Malifications renders him eminent
co,7petent to discharge the varied duties
thC office. Besides he is a single man at
wili, therefore, be able, notwitlistandii
th.e miodlerate compensation of the office,
ot his entire time and attention.
24, 30-tf. CITIZENS.
). WYATT AIKEN is herel
wd for re-election to Congress fro
t : Ditrict. *
MARTIN & CO,
TAYLOR & VINSlIP
Jdy 24, 30-8t.
STPA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,)
CqLVX13i, JUly Ifth, I(Q
WV IEREAS in&orm'ation hias been receis
ed at thig' Departmecnt that an atrociou
-imurder was committed in Newberry Cour
Ce ty, on or about the 27th day of May, A. I
r 187, upon the body of Cr-iell. ZInard b
- J-DGE iri Tad tilit ~the sai
0,Judge Daven'p ort ha's fled from justice.
.NOW, T1EF.1FORE, I, WADE HAMPTON
Iy Go ;ernor of the State of South Carolina, i
9ord.er that justice may be done and the me
njcsty of the law vindicated, do herebyof
a rew-ard of ONE HTI,TND AND f-F.
DOLL AF4 for be apprehension and ~ deli
ery in any jail of this State of the sai
eIn testimony whereof I have bereunto se
tmy hand and caused the Great Sez
of the State to be afflxed, at Golum
July 24 -, 30-2 .Gove-- r no r. A
OF1E- CUT oMIsoES
NEBRY1.-. uy18h 88
" l esn/ hligcamsaantt
Z~p~. P.l MOS, Clek.
WhER A LECrm T U a enreei
J ust Publshd inoameled neloer. Pric
A etre on bu the 2ature datfMen, An
Ra-S 7icalocure oy emna Wenrdpe
m ug a vorrhoa.induc fed Sef-Ab ustie.nv
unary TEissos, ImpWAeny NervTosD
biy,ro and Impedimaent o Moarinagn
oralhy; jonstimayo bepsy,e and thetm
Sjtof the lawreendie," doheeb.o
TheL wF or-ewe authbeo, nd dhisd
exryinceyjlo thisStteo the sqeesai
Self-A smy whrb ae reo wit
myt ande and caudthe ngeatu sr
oal heSates ogie instruments rin
or [cord2ia,s pting uth aymd of uy,Ar
at once, craind and te etu,e anhi
prvte anid tately.erca
Jul- This Lectur Gilp overon.
thousons n holdngas aantt
cont, cingdomer sal, inaplaind enop,
taiy addrees, onf reitrtocntsort
1W ide teuBishrd:
41 Ann SS, lEYrk.
Jost Of4,c Box,48. Juy2,1-.
Js aPmlse, n afeale neo.iq
WilA per on eNa, TrAm.nt, an
Rlotecon cureAo , Semina Wekns0. p
tRrhA. TES.-Board, elbu asino
60.0r ;egularns Timtn, nevudi Lat
raI.0; Pinumpton, Epilepsy ;n Gertm
tGreen oFenc," $10.0
' e or.It-rsnowunedmo ath,ing tfor ane
r ale Lectuge, andrl ruaes from one ow
extwlyri'shrtrcie thaflnswewunde ha
require. yeefetal emvdw
ret rmeIdice up witot ranghvioue <
catu)rat, Au. , ogesconr umens, ring
at oneerai caaogueffcul.ywi
erE s .uffeER, trwa.M.,co
(eltOly e, may cue7-lfceal
All perss Letrha rvinemad again 1
thoereby nied.toupsns her.emn
S:oer ttetdt h underssa,i linede,
anyames onrci of thenent or t ss ue
poatagell .tornys, frteEtt,o
u- befor the Pufseen rdasf, uus e
T,Han a ULVersneLe tosaE tate C a
?~ate of John Satterwhite, deceased, a
hereby notified.to present their em~tt~
~ p~opcrly attested, to the undersigned
souse one of then~, or t Messrs. Sber
Cld well, 4ttoruey for the ~W, o
* before the ~fteentb day of August ne:
c, and all persons indebted to said Estate a
~ *1~ ~ ,',a1~fl1Aflt to the nude
k- IS EQUAL TO THE BES
og [veil Machine Garanfte
- I PERFECT SEL-FEUE
These machines have been before the pn
reception, that it is only necessary to add t
guarantee(I to be a 1)criect machine in ever
RIALS, and constructed in a thorough, wor
other respect, the equal ofany Gin in the n
FAR AHEAD OF ALL OTIE tS IN CLEAN]
AND S500TII RUNNING.
Received the premiam at the Georgia Sta
ton, May, 1877, and other Statc and County
REDUCED PRICE LIST OF COTTON GII
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS.
Price 'i t i e ceoi
Sizes. ocf.) !wiethcein
Gins. ing Attach- tachments
- 1mvats. Condense
30 Saws50 .-.~.~ 7 50......$120 00
*135 - 87 50;... 140 0
40 " 100 1 ..... 13000..... ..... 1q N,
45 " 110 00 ..... 141 75..... . 325,
50 120 00... . ... 185 00.
- 60 " 130 0 ir ... . .........f202 00.
July 24, 30-2m.
Hardware and Cutlery.
E. S. COPPOCK. WM Jo-rNSON.
NEW STOCK HARDWIRE!
In the Store formerly occupied by
S. P. Boozer & Co.
No. 2, TVIoku Row.
COPPOCK & JOnSON
d DEALERS IN
WAie Have Been Bought
T0 SELL Al L imC[S,
This Gin hab the name of being superior
| to any other in use for making a fine sam-*
pie and taking ti" 't from the seed.
Call and exa 2I. the Hardware Store
of COPPOUiR & -OHNSON, Agents.
July 10, 28-t f.
r i .*i -
S MESsRs. COPPoCK & JohNsoN-The Oat
>f and Fodder Cutter of Wilson & Co., is the
y best thing for our farming interest that I
have ever seen. D. WV. BARRE.
h |MEssRs. CoPPocK & JoHNsoN-Your Tele
' graph Oat and Fodder Cutter, made by Wil.
son & Co., of Harrishurg, Pa., is the most
0 complete machmine used that I have-ever
seen. JAMES 0. MEREDIT H.
We are Agents for the above Machines.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
May 29, 22-tf.
Just received a first rate lot of RUBBER
BELTING, .3 ply, which will be sold lowei
than ever offered in this market.
- Call and examine before buying, at
COPPOCK & JOHNSON'S
Hard ware Store,
Jun. 1 2,' 24-tf. No. 8, Mollohon Row.
CJOPPOtJ & JOIINSON
S Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
ENAMELED READY MIXED PAINTS
call and see samples of same. Also, AT
LANTIC WHITE LEAD. AND OILS, ANI
FANCY PAINTS. We will sell within th4
reach of every one, FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
iAt the New Store on Hotel Lot.
-I have now on hand a large and elegar;
dWATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL.RY
Silver and Plated Ware,
aVIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES
Yf WEDDINMG AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
BIN ENDL ESS VARIETY.
S All orders by mail promptly attended to,
Watchmaking and Repairing
1. Done Cheaply Qnd with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47r-tf,
-UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
re The creditors of' John W. Folk,-Bank
a, rupt, are hereby notified that a mneeting
r for the purpose of fmually establishing al
& claims against said estate, and for dech.~rity
ar a dividend, will be held before the under
&l signed Register, at Neswberry G. 11., Soutl
ro Carolini, on Wednesday, the 31lst July
.. :-R C. t. TAERE
OOT3O T1ON GIN.
Rear View, showig M thod of liver
li. so long ad have met with s.uch 1n>rable
i.1t, they are. (though greatly rdued i. price,)
y particular. MADE OF T;iE RE.ST SIATE
k-aanlike ianner.:ald is, in tbis and every
arkct. while lie fact i- a rquestt'oled that it -
NI; TILE SEED. FAST GINNING AND LIGHT
Fair, Contennial, Texas zattte Pair, at Ious
Rrspectfuliy refer to following persons
.,who have our Gins in use: Jolm R. SPear
b man, A. J. Longshore, Thos. M.- Neel, L
At. E. Folk, John C. Wilson, N. B. Dvenport
. M. M. Coppock, Con;elly & Vaughan, &
:s. C. Minick and olhers.
Also, Gin Saws, Gin Ribs,. Bristles
i'wines, &c ,furnished for auy na1 a'
:-Gins at short notice.
Please examne san-e Gin at my Store.
P. BOOZER, Agent,
NEWBERRY, S, C.
CLOSE OT SAL
te - U1 C WAFFX
At New York Cost.
4 STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT A"D
FOR CASH ONLY. 7M
"%r' ORDERS rY LETTER WILL R
CEIYE PROMPT ATTE~NTLON.
Our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT will be
continued under the~ ixumediate supervision
of the undersigned, and will contain all'the;
latest novelties in French, English and
American Cassimneres. Fine Custom Shirts
and Drawers a specialtv.
July 10, 2-m
SPRING AND SUMMEPR STOCK
Unprecedentedly Low Prices I
IRIfIT &,W, 0V0IJPP8O
Respectfully announce to the citizens of
Newberry, -that they have now in store an
elegant and cheap stock of
CLOTHING FOR MEN ANDl BUYS,
which emboraces -a large v.ariety of the
LATEST STYLES ANI) PATTERNS IN
SUITS, which they can sell at lower prices
than ever before of'e'red in this market, and
to which they now invite attention.
They imake a specialty in FINE DRESS
COATS, PANTS, SHIRTS, &c., an examina
[ion of which is only necessary to convince
any one of the difference in prices between
this season and the last.
H ATS for mien and boys of all styles and -
grades, together with FINE SHOES at
prices which defy competition.
Call and make an examination before
purchasing elsewhere, and see if you cannoL
save money.-. -
RIfl & J, RVOUPPOCK
NO. 4 MOLLOJION ROW. -
A pr. 24, 17-tf.
The Wonder of the Age!
OF ALL OTHlER PREPAR~ATIONS
IS DAVENPORT'S PE00ESS FOR PRESERY
ING MATS, VEGETABLS, FRUITS, &c.
IT IS CHEAPER AND SIMPLER
Thau Any Other Process Known.
No Sealing of Cans or Boule.s Required !
And is REcommended by all Prominent
flaving pucse the rigia, fox thisWO
derful process, and having tested ittor
oughily we confidently recommend it.
Family and individual rights for sale by
Da. tS. F. FANT, and
S. W. TE AGUE,
A pr. 17, 16-tf. Newherry, S. C.
a week in your own town. $5 Ontat
Sfree. No risk, Rteader, if you want a
b)usiness at which persons of either
I ca~n make great, pay all the time
they work, write for partieu-lars to H. HAL
LETT & Co., Portland. Maine. 21.-ty
TO MAKE MIONEY
Pleasa~ntly -am1 ist, sgents~ should ad
desFIN LEY, Hi3ddFr & CO.,
The undersigned hereby givesrnotice that -
he wRi make a final settlemet t in the. Pro
bate on.t for eW horry County. on Satur- --