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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14, 1878,
NDEX TO NEW ADVERTYSEMENTS.
J. C. Leaby-Citation.
Geo. S. Mower-Notice.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriffs Sale.
Boxter & Jobnstone-Summons.
Ednard Scholt=-3elling Out at Cost.
L. C. Garland-Vanderbilt University.
J. N. Martin & Co.-Ties and Bagoing.
John D. Glenn-Adminis&rator's Notice.
Thaddeus S. Duncan-Executor's Notice.
H. W. Reinhart-Thomasville Female Col
R. H. Rawlings, M.A.-Albemarle Female
Maj. A. G. Smith-Bethel Classical and
Herald Book Store-Seaside Novels-Sta
onezy-of all Kinds.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local colunn are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Nic of administration, and other
egal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
q/cations a personal character
must be paid for in advance
The subscription price of the Herald
s $2.00 for twelve mozths, $1.25 for six
.nonths, 75 cents for three months dnd
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Xozmes in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cai or
i2s equivalent is paid.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Down Train arrives ........... 2 P M
Up Train aries. .......... 2 07 P M
.amens Train arrives.........12 40 P M
" leaves............ 2 15 P M
mails close for all trains......... 130 P M
Up and Down Trains pass at this plaze.
R. W. BOONE, P M
New--erry, S, C,, March 19.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post matter at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
The Young Men's Democratic Club
wiR meet Monday night, 19th.
A-choice lot of Teas, at H. A. Burns'.
A Goon IDEA.-The Council has de
Cided to build a brick Market House on
thb lot where the old stalls now stand.
j. Nominations not exceeding one
square will be inserted for $5, in ad
W ?OTATOES.-Mr. R. C. Maybin
~ Claid on our table bo-day a mess of new
Ssweet potatoes of the yamn variety, for
which thanks are tendered.
Desring' to increase my business, I
il sell, for the next 30 days, every
Sat cost. Now is your time.
EDUA RD SCHOLTZ,
33-2 arge Jeweler.
at Bsh RverChurch Sunday, in at
tenanc ontheprotracted meeting.
Quie anumerwent from town.
E oe andLemons, at H. A.
Aninteresting communication re
ceived from Col. T. W. Holloway, who
Sattending the Grange meeting at
-Sparta nburg, too late for publication.
TuoXPso?, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
LODGE MEETING AND PICNIC.-The
County Lodgel of Good Templars will
meet at Trinity Church the 21st instant.
~nic and speeches will add to the
p~~"leasures of the occasion, and a good
time is looked for.
Another lot of those Fresh Crackers
ivariety, and French Candy, at H. A.
ATL. RIGHT ON THE GOOSE.-There
2s a conspicuous absence of geese
from the streets for the past few
days. They had become such a nui
sance that the Council passed an ordi
nance requiring them to be kept up.
3g' All communications relating to
-- personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
S Messrs. F. W. Wagner & Co., of
Charleston, Cotton Factoi-s and Whole
sale Grocers, announce in their annual
Scircular to planters and others that their
facilities for the fall business are unu
sually large and complete. Consign
ments and orders will receive prompt
Ogburn's Best and Free and Easy To
baceo, at H. A. Burns'. 21-tf
SAITARri.-ThIe Town Council has
had Scott's Creek thoroughly cleaned
out from a point opposite Mr. J. K. G.
Nance's to the road beyond Col. Lea
* vell's. and its tributary from its mouth~
to Mr. Well's tan-yard. The whole
work cost the town only $12.50. It
was money well expended.
For Arctic Soda Water, with delicious
and pure syrups, fit beverage for the
gods, and warranted tonake one feel
better, go to
22-tf H. A. BURNS'.
-7----SHT.-John Waasworth, on Mon
day night, in the'neighborhood of Grayv
el Town, whil'e scuffling with Andrew
Houston for the possession of a pistol,
was shot in the breast. At last accounts
the ball had not been found and the
wound is considered dangerous. Boti
* are colored youths.
-- CAMr-MEETINGS.-The colored peo
pIe held a camp-meeting at Mt. Olive
last week. Sunday was a big day. A
special train was run on the Laurens
Road from each end and was filled boti
ways, the road making about $140
* Every public dray, buggy, carriage an
~tz hieintw wacaldi
How to Become a Ventriloquist, is
the title of an interesting little book
published by Tousey & Small, 116 Nas
sau Street, New York. We doubt if
there is a boy or man who would not
like to become a ventriloquist, and to
enable them to acquire the art all they
have to do is to call at the HERALD
Book Store and get a copy.
I. 0. G. T.-At the last regular meet
ing of Kosciusko Lodge, No. 32, 1. 0.
G. T., the following officers were in
stalled to serve the ensuing term:
W. C. T.-Jno. W. Taylor.
W. R. H. S.-Miss Lida Davis.
W. L. H. S.-Mrs. M. A. Killian.
W. V. T.-Miss H. Wiskeman.
W. S.-B. B. Hunter.
W. F. S.-Jas. H. M. Kinard.
W. T.-Jno. A. Kinard.
W. M.-Jno. T. Boland.
W. D. M.-E. H. Kingsmore.
W. C.-Rev. Luther BroadCIs.
W. I. G.-Jno. N. Bass.
W. 0. G.-Jno. W. Wicker.
P. W. C. T.-A. A. Killian.
But few readers ever think o' the
labor and care devolving upon sa edi
itor. Captain Marryatt says: "I know
how a periouical will wear dowa one's
existence. In itself it appears nthing;
it is in the continual attention 1 re
quires. Your life becomes, as it were,
the publication. One day's paper is no
sooner corrected - and printed than on
comes another. It i.z the stone of Sisy
phus, and endless repetition of toil, and
constant weight upon the intellect and
spirits, demanding all the exertion of
your faculties, at the same time that
you are compelled to the severest
drudgery. To write for a paper is very
well, but to edit one is to condemn
yourself to slavery."
A NEw ELDORADO.-Mr. Wash Mon
roe, living near Martin's Depit, Lau
rens County, saw what looked to him
like gold dust on his place a few weeks
ago. He sent up to the village and
got a practical miner, bearing the fa
mous name of Andrew Jackson, to come
down and examine. Jackson prospect
ed around, and found two gold mines,
two silver mines and a copper mine in
the neighbcrhood. One of the gold
mines was on Mr. Billie Bell's place.
Real Estate in that section went up to
enornous figures, and the parties
thought they had struck a new Eldora
do. The miner went off to get his ma
chinery to begin work; but he cometh
not back again, and the precious metal
still lies buried in the bowels of mother
earth, while Real Estate stands at the
DELEGATES.-A few of the Clubs
have elected delegates to the Nomina
ting Convention, which meets the 22nd
instant. The following heard from:
Township 1, Club 4.-J. C. Boyd, J.
Maxcy, H. Bobb, A. J. Kilgore.
Township 4, Club 1.-Jno.McCarley,
J. S. Spearman, Jno. S. Renwick, L~. P.
W. Riser, Dr. R.C. Carlisle, Wmn.Ray,
Township 5.-Dr. J. W. Folk, Jno.
B. Campbell, J,~ C. Butler, W. WV. Ri
ser, Jno. Glymph, Thompson Conner.
Township 6.-Dr. W. M. Dorroh, T.
M. Neel, W. G. Peterson, J. B. Floyd,
W. E. Higgins, C. M. Williams, J. B.
Clary, E. C. Longshore, Jno. Reeder,
Township 7.-W. R. Smith, W. W.
Wallace, C.. D. Spearman, Frank
Teague, Dr. J. 0. Dickert, J. R. Irwin.
Do NOT PUTr rr OFF.-If you have
not yet gone to Glenn Springs, our ad
vice is to delay no longer, but go at
once. Not since ante bellum times,
when everybody used to go without ad
vice of physician or fiend, have so
many persons visited these famous
Springs as during this season, and the
general testimony is that great benefit
has been the result. We are pleased
to knov; .hat Newberry appreciates the
water and has sent a large representa
tion, the list being constantly added to.
If tbge is anything the matter with
liver, kidneys or skin, or you don't feel
well somehow, go to Glenn's.
Since the above was put in type we
have received an invitation from the
proprietors to attend a Lawn Party, to
be given at the Springs on Thursday
evening, prox. We regret inability to
take part in an entertainment which no
doubt will prove very pleasant.
BURGLARY.-There is every reason
to believe that there is an organized
band of thieves operating in town, and
it would be well for housekeepers to be
on their guard. We noticed a few
weeks ago that Maj. Jones' house was
entered at night and money and other
Monday night, the 5th inst., Mr. W.
0. Goree's pantaloons were stolen from
his bedt-room while he was asleep. In
the pockets were his keys, over twenty
dollars in money and a gold watch
worth $150. Before retiring he had
opened the blinds of a window ten feet
from the ground. The thief drew a
chicken-coop up to the window and
climbed in from it or reached in with a
long stick and got the pantaloons. A
colored man brought the watch to the
Council-said he found it at Blue Ruin
Spring, between this place and Helena
-the chain was missing.
A negro entered through an open
window into Mr. U. B. Whites' house
the same night. A servant sleeping in
the house was aroused by the noise and
screamed, when the burglar fled.
Tuesday night a burglar entered the
house of Mr. Os. Wells, and stole a suit
of clothes belonging to Mr. Rich'd Cole
Iman, of Edgefield, who was spending
the night with Mr. WVells.
Mr. Will Lane left Monday for Glenn
Mr. W. F. Ewart returned Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gilliland, of Hel
ena, have moved to Newberry.
Rev. Luther Broaddus preached Sun
day afternoon at Helena Church.
Rev. J. Marion Boyd, of Rock Hill,
lost his infant son, Henry Jennings, the
Mr. B. H. Cline starts to New York
and Baltimore for goods to-morrow
Mr. M. Foot will in a short tine re
move to the famous Stewart Corner,
now occupied by Messrs. Chick.
Mr. Joseph Brown is on his way back
from Prussia, and will bring with him
a large and fine stock of goods.
Prof. Clarkson will shortly return to
Newberry, and the exercises of his
school will be resumed on the 16th prox.
That genial gentleman, Mr. George
W. Clotworthy, of the house of Daniel
Miller & Co., of Baltimore, paid us a
paying visit last week.
Messrs. J. S. Hair, E. P. Chalmers,
W. Y. Fair and G. G. Lane, left Mon
day for the State Grange meeting at
Spartanburg. Others go to-day.
The versatile and popular comedy
troupe of Mr. Eugene Cramer, of Col
umbia, are booked for a series of enter
tainments to commence here on the
Gen. W. H. Hunt and Capt. C. P.
Dickert have returned home after a
pleasant tour in the upper country, and
look as if their lines had been cast in
Post Master Boone reached home
Saturday from Texas. He says that he
went to Texas on private business, did
not arrest Carrington, though he saw
him, had no requisition for him. De
tectives from Tennessee were in Texas
for Carrington; while they were wait
ing for a requisition-he fled-don't know
whether he has been caught.
Rev. H. W. Kuhns has resigned the
Pastorate of Luther Chapel, which po
sition he has filled very acceptably for
the last six years. He has received and
accepted a call from a church at West
minster, Maryland, twenty-five miles
from Baltimore. He will preach his
farewell sermon in Luther Chapel the
last Sunday in this month.
"Jim Blake is enjoying himself at
Newberry. He sends word that he has
seen more pretty girls than he ever saw
before, and that it is doubtful wbether
he shall ever return. Come right home,
James; we can't spare you."
So says the Ninety-Six Gusardian.
We have not the pleasure of Jim Blake's
acquaintance, but can avouch that his
head is level when he discourses about
the girls of Newbeiq.
THE MOLLOHON BARBECUE. - The
Pferald Staff started out Wednesday, the
7th, their first destination being L. P.
W. Riser's. The road they travelled
might very appropriately be called Jor
dan, for it is certainly a hard one to
travel, especially between Col. Ren
wick's and Cromer's store. The crops
along the road look well, though suf
fering some from dry weather. After
spending a pleasant night with our host,
partaking of a nice breakfast, and count
ing his children, quite a housefull, we
went to the barbecue near Mr. Nathan
Johnson's, over a road even worse than
that of the night before, and which re
duced one of the editorial Staff to a pit
Three or four hundred persons were
present, half that number being ladies.
The first feature of the day was a speech
from J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., a portion
of which was a tasteful eulogy of the
ladies of the South, the rest I eing of a
politial character. It was an able ef
fort, and was listened to attentively.
W. H. Wallace, L. W. Simkins, and J.
Y. Humiter, Esgs., made short speeches
between the intel vals of dancing. But
the speech of the day was from Flange
Salter, colored, of Union County. It
abounded in genuine negro wit, produ
ducing roars of laughter from the au
dience, and contained some sensible
ideas, directed chiefly to his own color,
many of whom were present.
The dinner was all that could be de
sired. There was a superabundance,
ten carcasses being left auer everybody,
including a gcodly number of freedmen,
The barbecue was given by the Mol
lohon Cavalry and their friends. This
Company, recently organized, has a full
list and is composed of men who have
smelt powder. The officers are: Jared
S. Johnson, Captan; Wallace W. Ri
ser, 1st Lieutenant; E. P. Mathews,
2nd Lieutenant; Fred M. Harmon, 3d
Lieutenant. Capt. Johnson and Lieu
tenant Harmon came to town Saturday
to order uniforms. The Company will
appear in full feather at the grand Mili
tary Barbecue in town the 5th of Sep
AN UNDENIABLE TRUTH.
You deserve to suffer, and if you
lead a miserable, unsatisfactory life in
this beautiful world, it is entirely your
own fault and there is only one excuse
for you,-your unreasonable prejudice
and skepticism, which has killed thou
sands. Personal knowledge and com
mon sense reasoning will soon show
you that Green's August Flower will
cure you of Liver Complaint, or Dys
pepsia, with all its miserable effects.
such as sick headache, palpitation of
the heIrt, sour stomach, habitual cos
tiveness, dizziness of the head, ner
Good rains in country.
No such crops in years.
Glorious rain Monday afternoon.
Now and then a drummer is seen in
Printer's ink keeps the hinges of store
Giles Werber, colored, died in town
There will be a big picnic at Clary's
Mineral Spring the 17th.
It's. a wonder there are not more
fights, the weather is so very hot.
Saturday was the hottest day yet; the
thermometer reached 98 in the shade.
Every farmer can afford to join the
We feel interested in its success and
trust that not only every farmer but
every merchant and mechanic will be
come a member. It will build New
The Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken's speech
in the Court House Sale-day was full of
good practical sense.
Local notices are largely copied from
the HERALD, and rarely with any cred
Lots of fellows say now since ex
Sheriff Carrington's arrest, "I knew it,"
or "I told you so."
If you want to find out just how mean
and dishonest you have always been,
get noninated and run for an office.
What has become of the oat crop?
We know of horses in town who would
give their bottom dollar for an oat feed.
The dark of the moon in August for
Ruta Baga turnip seed-the best table
White turnip seed sown this month
or next, in the dark if possible, but al
ways in the ground and with a good
We advise the farmer to sow among
his turnips some seed of the Black Span
ish Radish. They make a fine relish
during fall, winter and spring.
The Helena boys have organized a
Base Ball Club with the appropriate
name' of the Legal Tenders. Success
Parties who want the HERALD, but
who are short of cash, are invited to
bring in oats, corn, chickens, shoats,
F. N. Parker has the most conven
ient show room for drummers in the
city. It is the very thing to s'how goods
Darwin says a woman loses one-tenth
of her time looking for her thimble.
He recommends that a shelf for it be
attached to the frame of the mirror.
It is hot enough to make a fellow
wish he were built like a chicken coop
out of lathes, so that the breeze might
blow through him.
Last Sabbath was a pleasant day, but
the church benches were not filled.
The Sunday School attendance shows a
Webster's Spellers can be had for 15
cents or two for 25 cents, and yet there
are lots of poor spellers. How does
HERALD look when spelt "hurld?"
How welcome was the delightful
breeze which sprung up on Thursday
night hest. In these sweltering times
one can appreciate a visit from Bore's.
The farmer who brings in the first
bale of new cotton is invited to call at
the HERALD office where he will hear
of something which will give him pleas
The idea of comparing man toa worm
probably originated in the fact that if a
woman finds one of the latter crawling
near her she makes as much fuss over
it as she does over her first beau.
The new house of Mr. Geo. Boland is
progressing rapidly, and many days
will not elapse ere he will occupy it.
We congratulate him on the prospect
of getting into pleasant and comfortable
The largest drove of young turkeys
we counted twenty-four-seen this sea
son, were raised by the ladies of Mr.
G. A. Rikard's household. We would
like to be there about the Christmas
The boys who wore red shirts during
the campaign of 1876, are admonished
to get into them again when occasion
requires. Those who did not wear
them are advised to rig thewelves in
the popular color.
Failing to get a barbecue editor who
in the capacity of an eatist will reflect
credit on us-the Senior and Junior
editors have determined to attend all
barbecues in future. Send in your in
"Boys," said a rural school teacher,
"knowledge never comes without seek
ing. Stick a pin there." And then he
shot up in his seat like a jack in the
box, and offered a reward of $5 for the
boy who had stuck a pin there.
He rode a young horse, without any
particular gait, fourteen miles to the
Liberty Hill Barbecue Thursday, and
had very little appetite for the ride back.
When last seen on the road he was
singing, "I would not live alway, I ask
not to stay."
It does one good to hear the farmers
talk about the good crops they are mak
ing. More bags of cotton will be haul
ed to Newberry than any crop for years
past, and our advice is not to hold it
but to sell as fast as ginned. No good
results from holding cotton.
"Only a tress of a wroman's hair!"
"When," asks the Warrensburg (Mo.)
Press, "when is the time to traVel?"
When you hear her father's foot on the
third step, young man, is about as good ^
a time as any to start, and you can pro- B
long the tour to suit your own conven
ience and the length of the old man's
cane. From the innocence with which
you ask the question, we suppose you
didn't travel until be was clear into the .
parlor. Served you right.-Hawkcye.
Ms. LOCKWOOD.-The visit of this
gifted lady to her friends in Newberi y,
afforded them an opportunity not to be
resisted, and acceding to the request
that she would give one of her charm
ing readings, a select and delighted au
dience greeted her at the Female Acad
emy on Thursday evening last. Such
versatility of talent and dramatic power,
are seldom seen off the professional
boards, as were shown on this occasion,
and in happy combination her wit and
charm of manner, rendered her irresis
table. We acknowlege a complete cap
tivation. Our exchanges which have
been loud in their praise, have not told
half the tale, and we regret that the
notice of the reading, given by a few
friends did not have a wider circulation,
that a much larger audience might have
enjoyed so rich a feast.
On Monday evening at the same place E
another reading, in connection with the wi
Dime Readings of the Y. M. C. A., was d
given, and proved even more pleasing jj
than the first. On both occasions Mrs. fo
Lockwood was assisted by the musical
talent of the town, among the number, de
Misses Anna Foot, Mary Motte, Katie -
Ewart, Emma Simmons, Lila Boozer, S
and Messrs. F. and F. Werher, C. G.
Jaeger, E. C. Jones and A. W. T. Sim
mons. The music rendered was of a
TEACH THE Gris TO READ.-Dr. ta
Bonner, in the Presbyterian, in a very al
sensible article on Learning to Read, of
"As to the propriety of girls studying t
elocution sufficiently to enable them to pI
read well,none, we suppose,would deny. fo
This is all that is taught in any of our
Southern schools, and we are sorry that di
so little attention is paid to it. A wo
man that cannot read well, or a man
either, is not well educated, we care not S
what else they may know, or can do.
They need to go back to the spelling
book and begin again. Not that we
would have a woman ascend the stage se
as a lecturer, or enter the pulpit as a m~
preacher. sNot at all. But in the fain- '
ily around the fireside, in the parlor, al
we would that all our girls could read of
effectively, eloquently, so as to render ai
in the highest style of art the best pro -
ductions of the best authors, whether' p
prose or poetry, whether simple or dra- fc
matic, whether comic or tragic."
People are looking forward with de
lightful anticipations to the fall, when
the abundant crops are gathered and -
money is plentiful. Economy is the
order now and it is right, that is in so
far as concerns such articles as can be y
done without. But it is unwise policy
to deprive oneself of things which arek
essential to comfort, and especially when
they can be had for a mere trifle. How tb:
pleasant it is to sit around a well ap
pointed table with bright new crockery,
china and glass-ware, and on the other
hand how uncomfortable if the sets are -
cracked or composed of odd pieces, no
two of which are matched. Breakage
will occur in the best regulated families,
and it would be sad if the remedy were t
not easily had. To all in need we take_
pleasure in recommending a visit to the
splendid and cheap emporium of Messrs. I]
Kingsland & Heath, Columbia. A very
little cash will go a great way there.
Try them. tf
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and CHAMO- B:
MILE PILLS are prepared expressly to cure 25
Sick Headache, Nervous Headache, Dys- o'
peptic Headache, Neuralgia, Nervousness til
and Sleeplessness, and will cure any case. hi
Price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. b
DOWIE & MOISE, Aets, Charleston, S. C. b
For sale by Dowie & oise Wholesale Drug- ti
gists Charleston. 5-m. tI
Commerez* l* th
NEwBERRY, S. C., Aug. 13.-Cotton quiet C
-middling 10. * ri
Number of Bales shipped during week, 200. et
Newberry Prices Current. n
By J. N. MARTIN & Co.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured..
Sides, C. R., New......... 6
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New.......... a 6k
Sides, Long Clear........... 63
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12k
Leaf, in Tierces........... 12k
Leaf, in Buckets..........13
Granulated Standard..... .12a
Extra C................ 12k
Coffee C.................. 11
New Orleans............. 123
MOLASSES- . 5g
New Orleans S...p7.
New Orleans olsses. 40
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Roasted or Parched. 0 g
Best R1.................. 26a 1r
Good Rio.............. 2a 25 s<:
Cider Vinegar........0 ii
White Wine Vinegar.. 65 in
Tennessee.............. 8 a:
Bolted.................. 1.00 s
Unbolted.............- 90 Ca
SOAP.............---------... 6a 10 le
SrARCH................------1a 16 P:
STAR CANDLES............... 16 C<
FLOUR e bbI.......... ..... .00a 9.00 Li
PEARL HOMINY...............5 ('
CANDY. ................... 15 Bj
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 15 ,
ENGLISH SODA..........-...10 B
HORSORD'S BAKING POWDER 25 na
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35 n
AXLE GREASE.................. 15
TOBACCO....-............. -- ....60a 1.25 H
AL (1 keg............50 A
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 10, 1878.
List of advertised letters for week ending
.ug. 10, 1878:
rooks, Miss Mattie Glenn, C. P.
rov .j, Mrs. Aremie Mauffitte, Mrs. Celeste
pting, Jas. F. G.
Parties calling for letters will please say
advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
GIN FOR SALE.
One PALMETTO GIN, 45 SAWS, new
id gutranteed to give satsfaction. Price
00. Apply to
R. Y. LEAVELL.
Aug. 7, 32-2t*.
N. MARTIN & Co.,
TAY0R & 1INSlIP
July 24, 30-St.
All peisons having claims against the
;tate of James S. Spearman, Sr., deceased,
11 present. them, duly attestd, to the un
rigned Executrix, or to her Attornef
mt?s Y. Culbretth, E!q; and all persons
debted to said Estate will please come
rward and make payment.
ELIZABETH L. SPEARMAN,
Executrix of James S. S, earman, Sr.,
ceased. Aug. 7, 32-3t.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Silas Johnstone hath made
it to me, to grant him Letters of Admin
;ration, with the will annexed, of the Es
te and effects of Wm. F. Pratt, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
and singular the kindred and creditors
the said deceased, that they be and
pear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
be held at Newberry Court House,
C.. on the 22nd day of August, after
iblication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
renoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
y the said Administration should not be
-anted. Given under my hand, this 6th
,y of August, Anno Domini 1878.
J. C. LEAFY, J. P. N. C.
Aug. 7, 32-2t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Harry St A. O'Neill bath made
tit to me, to grant bim Letters of Ad
initration of the Estate and effects of
hn H. O'Neill, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
I an singular the kindred and creditors
the said deceased, that they be and
>pear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
i the 22nd day of August next, after
iblication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
renoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
by the said Administration should not be
-anted. Given under my hand, this 6th
v of August, Anno Domini 1878.
J. C. LEAHY, J. P. N. C.
Aug. 7, 32-2t.
For Probate Judge
LEWIS W. SIMK[NS
His capacity as a lawyer and a book
eper, added to his social, intellectual and
oral qualifications renders him eminently
mpetent to discharge the varied duties of
e office. Besides he is a single man and
ill, therefore, be able, notwithstanding
e moderate compensation of the office, to
e it his entire time and attention.
July 24, 30-tf. -CITIZENS.
HON. D. WYATT AIKEN~ is hereby
minated for re-election to Congress from
e 3d District.*
EMOCRATIE COUNTY CON
A Convention of the Democratic party
Newberry County will be held at NEW
RRY 0. H., ON THURSDAY, THE
3D DAY OF AUGUST NEXT, at 10
Lock A. M., for tbc purpose of nomina
g candidates for the following offices,tto
filled at the general elect'on in Novem
r next, to wit: Three (3) members of
e Legislature, one (1) Probate Judge,
ree (3) County Commissioners, one (1)
~hool Commissioner, and one (1) Coroner.
Where there are two or more Clubs in
e same Township, it is desired that those
ubs apportion amongst themselves the
presentation to which that Township is
ititled in the Convention.
The Townships will send the following
mber of delegates, respectively :
Township 1-22 Delegates.
"4- 8 "
" 5-6 "
" 6-10 "
" 7-6 "
" 8-6 "
" 9-16 "
" 11-12 "
By order of the Executive Committee:
J. F. J. CALD WELL, Chairman.
L. W. SIMKIS, Secretary.
July 30, 1878. 81-3t
A NEW AND INTERESTING FEATURE
)UTH CABOLINA'S -BELOVED SONS IN
PHOTOGRAPH AND BIOGEAPHY.
ANY WORTHY NAMES AN]) NOBLE
LIVES RESCUED FROM OBLIVION!
About the first of July, the Advertiser wmn
sgin the publication of a series of Bio
aphical Sketches, giving, in synopsis, the
ves of many prominent and distinguished
ns, dead and living, of South Carolina.
connection with these, there will appear
Sour columns each week, a portrait ot the
dividnal whose life is sketched. done in
te highest style of modern photographic
From the great and good men of the past,
uchi selections have been made as John C.
alhoun, George McDuiffie, Judge A. P. But
r, Chancellor F. H. Wardlaw, Governors
ickens, father and son, Gov. P. M. Butler,
>lonel of the Palmetto Regiment, Senator
anuis T. Wigfall, Judge O'Seall, Gen. Wad
r~ Thompson, Gen. James Jones, Edmund
acon, Esq., alias "Ned Brace," of the "Geor
Scenes," Maj. Jack Jeter, Hon. Preston
rooks, Gov. S. D. Miller, and others whose
tines we have not space to mention just
Later we will take u such men-as the
on. J. P. Carroll. Gov.uM. L. Bonham, Gen.
.ue Perr., Gn.n M W ary Gen. E. G.
These TIES are madeou
IRON, being Complete; f
no buckle to become lost.
For sale by all dealers an
in every Southern City.
SLOAN & SEIGNOUS, 1
IS EQUAL TO THE BEST.
[eilr Machine Gujarariled..
A PHRFECT SELFFEEDER
These machines have been before the publi
reception, that it is only necessary tp add thai
gfaanteed to be a perfect machi4e in everh
EALS, and constructed in 4 thorough, wor-1
other res ect, the eqAl of any Gin in the ina
FAR AHE A OFALL OTHERS IN CLEANIM4
AND SMOOTH RUNNING.
Received the premium at the Georgia State
ton, May, 187, and other State and County Fa
REDUCED PRICE LIST OF COTTON GINS
FEEDERS AND CONDESERS.
Pri Prioe of Gins Price with
Sizes. of with Self-Feed- Self-FeQding 2
ins. inAtAch- tachments
Gins. ~ets. Condensems
30 Saw $75 001....$ 97 50. $..2 00.
35 " 87 50; . 113 75....... 14000...
40 " 100 00J..... 130 00..... . 16000...
45" 0 00..... 141 75 ...... 173 25...
50 " 120 001...... 152 5)0....: ... 185 00...
60. 13000 ..... 16600.......... 202 00...
July 24, 80-2m.
Hardware and Cutlery.
E. S. COPPOCK. Wy. 17019N.'slq
NEW STO(k HIARDWIARE!
In the Store formerly occupied by
No. 3, MoH1ohen Row.
COFOC & JOHION
Whieh Have Beeri Bought
TO SELL AT LOf PRCES,
This Gin hab the name of being superior
to any other in use for makingea fine sam
ple and taking the lint from the see.
Call and examine, at the Hardware Store
of COPPOCK & JOHNSON, Agents.
July 10, 28-tf.
o o ,
MEssRs. CoPPocK & JoHNsozs-The Oat
and Foddgr Cutter of' Wilson & Co., is the
best thing for our farming interest that I
have ever seen. D. W. BARRE.
MESsES. CoPPocK & JoHNSoN-Your Tele
graph Oat and Fodder Cutter, made by Wil
son & Co., of Harrisburg, Pa., is the most
complete machine used that I have ever.
seen. JAMES 0. MEREDITH..
We are Agents for the above Machines.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
May 29, 22-tf.
Just received a first rate lot of RUBBER
BELTING, 3 pjy, which will be sold lower
than ever offer'ed in this market.
Call and examine before buying, at
CIOPPOCK & JOHNSON'S
. Hardware Store,
Jun. 12, 24-tf. No. 3, Mollohon Row.
COQPPORK & JOHINSON
Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
ENAMELED RE iDY MIXED'PAINTS,
call and see samples of same. Also, AT
LANTIC WHITE LEAD AND OILS, AND
FANCY PAINTIS. We will sell within the
reach of every one, FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17i-tf.
Atlanta Medical College,
The Twenty-First Annual Course of Lec
tures will commence Oct. 15th, 1878, and
clse March 4th, 1879.
FACUr.-J. G. Westnmoreland, WV. F.
Westoreland, W. A. Love, V. HI. Talia
ferro, Juo. Thad. Johtnson, A. WV. Calhoun,
J. 11. Logan, J. T. Banks; Demonstrator,
C. WV. Nutting.
Send for Announcement, giving full ii;
JNO. THA D. JOHNSON, M.D.,
July 31, 31-Im. -Dean.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that
he wil mia a f,,n.l settiemert in the Pro
L of the BEST ST EEL and
astenings at ached, with
d Commission Merchants
ents, Charileston, S. C.
Rear View, showing Methodli
so long and have met with such
they are, (though greatly reduced l
particular. MIDE OF THE EST
ianlike manner. and is, in -thi.
ket. while the fact is unquestioned
: THE SEED, FAST GINNING, AND
Fair, Centennial, Texas State .FaIrat
Respectfully refer to foll
who have our Gins in use: Jo
man, A. J. Longshore, Thos. -.
Lt- E. Folk, John C. Wilson, N. B.
d .M. M. Coppock, Connelly &
C. Minick and others.
Also, Gin Saws, Gin Ribs,
"Twines, &c , furnished for any
'Gins at short notice. -
Please examine sample Ginatmy
. BOOZER,. Age
At New York
MP STOCK KUST BE COR#U
FOR CASH O1NY.Ba
gg ORDERS BY LETTER
CEIVE PROMIPT ATTENTIO --
Our CUSTOM DEPARTME*T -
continued under the immediate su~
of the undersigned, and will oo
latest novelties in French, Ed1#hY NBi
American Cassimeres. Pine -pep
and Drawers a specialty. -
w, C. SWA
J;:ly 10, 28-2m.
SPRING AND SUMMER
WRIGH & 1. ,.UOP
Respectfully announce to-the
Newberry, that they have now in s t~
elegant and cheap stockof -'
CLOTHING FOR ME Ait9
which embraces a large varietnvf
LATEST STYLES AND PATT
SUITS, which they can sell at 1o4w -
than ever before off'ered in tilis
to -which they now invite attention.
They make- a specialty in FINE
COATS, PANTS, SHIRTS, &c., &
tion of which is only necessary -te&
any one of the difference in prices
this season ahd the Iast.' .
H ATS for miec and boys of atls
grades, together with FINE SH(H
prices which defy competition.
Cll and make au examinatiou
purchasing elsewhere, and see if you.
WVRfIT & J. WF (11#f
NO. A MOLL0HON ROW,
A pr. 24, 17-f.
THE GREATEST RE
TION YET. N
CHEAPER TRIAN STAYiNG A!
You can get nnur haoscaet ?I