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pecial and LocaL.
We DNESDAY, SEPT. 4, 1878.
To Nzw ADVERTISEMENTS.
S. R. Stevens-Vegetine.
-oppock & Johnson-Notice to Farmers.
Smith & Christian-Horses and Mules for
Caldwell, Plaintig, vs. August
D, Defendant-Complaiut for Re
'SPECIAL NOTICE.-Bsiness no
ie its Local column are inserted at
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relating to personal inter
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ces of administration, and other
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a subscription price of the Herald
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75 cents for three months and
ets. for one month, in advance.
-W2 future will not be placed on
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Traii arrives ........... 2 P M
Tin. arrives................. 207 PM
.esTrain arrives. ......12 40 P M
leaves.........-.. 2 15 P M
elosefor all tains...... 130 P M
ad-Down Trains pass at this place.
'L W. BOONE, P M
e~wber, S, C,, March 19.
S. Bowers, post master at
is our authorized agent at
DEaHS.-An infant child, one year
- Mr. and Mrs. John N. Bass,
2niday night of Cholera Infantum.
nfant child of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
*died Monday night, and will be
this (Tuesday) afternoon at 4 1-2
Jno. Durisoe, daughter of Mr.
ase, of this place, died at- her
efield Court House, Thurs
TO SuWara -For the
egiing our readers some ac
dhe meeting in town Tuesday,
next week's HRALD will not
ill Wednesday morning.
to Hon. S. S, Cox for a bun
T7eas, at H, A. Burns'.
-Lodge,No. 87, A. F.M., has
$50 to the Yellow Fever
un aDnations not exceeding one
"'wlbe inserted for $5, in ad
: . Grier, D. D., President of
West College, will preach at the
Reformed Church next Sun
'siBest, Free anid Easy and T.
atEH. A. Burns'. 21-tf
-Mr. M. Foot has remov
hCickVCorner-corner of Pratt
?aldweU Streets. See advertise
, Dntist, over Mower's Store.
G NoVxEL.-Mr. Jas. F.
a watermelon vine, which
.~rzgsome fine watermelons,
~teperformance by producing
SCoos.-The article on
taken from the News and
2-wll 1repay ,a carefal perusal.
K ike to have the views of
our educators on the subject.
41 communications relating to
interests will be inserted at
advertising rates, one dollar p'er
Pash in advance. tf
ZW owler and W. M. Hunter, of
carried up the road Thurs
50 mviets from the State Peniten
2zhey have them hired at $3 per
tto dio ditching and other farm
- I*i Arti Soda Water, with delicious
apre syrups, fit beverage for the
and warranted to make one feel'
H. A. BURNS'.
~~SvxD ms Md.AsES.-Mules are
n~mertain animals, you never know
'at what point in their meditations
1wi1 hoist you out of the saddle.
more, colored, found this out
other day when, returning home to
~ . Hipp's place with a couple
jusof long sweetening bought in'
his muleship suddenly concluded
Pto erste his hind legs. Albert went
hi ed together with the jugs,
whiehbhappily sustained no injury, and
weare able to report the molasses
LIVER IS KING.
~T eLiver is the imperial organ of
bewhole human system, as it con
fosthe life, health and happiness of
When it is disturbed in its pro
aetou, all kinds of ailments are the
'tulresult. The digestion of food,
4~4noveents of the heart and blood,
A sebOation of the brain and nervous
stem are all immediately connected
ihthe workings of the Liver. It has
--bensuccessfully proved that Green's
~ ugust Flower is unequalled in curing
n ersons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
' .r Cmaint, and all the numerons
We learn from the Greenville News
that while Rev. A. Coke Smith and
family, of Greenville, were taking aride
the 29th ult., the horse ran away with
the buggy. Mr. Smith was thrown out
and burt severclv, though not danger
ously. Mrs. S. and child remained in
the buggy and received no injury.
THE INNOCENT ABROAD.-The Senior
of the HERALD is again on his travels,
and this time has-gone to Now York,
one of his purposes being to find out if
possible who Broadbrim is and procure
his photograph. We know that the
readers of the HERALD are in full sym
pathy with him and will rejoice if lie
succeeds. %' .
TiHSPIAN HALL has recently under
gone marked improvement. A ,ven
tilator has been placed in the center of
tbe ceiling, and anderneath this a large
chandelier with reflector, which throws
a bright light all over the Hall. The
ceiling has been laid off in tasteful fig
ures and painted, and the walls are be
ing frescoed in pretty patterns. The
Hall when finished off will present a
very attractive appearance.
BELMONT RANGERS. - A Cavalry
Company has been organized at Bush
River Church under the name of "Bel
mont Rangers," consisting of forty-two 1
members. The folowing officers have
been elected: James B. Clary, Captain;
C. M. Williams, 1st Lieutenant; D. S.
Johnson, 2nd Lieutenant; B. P. Wcrk
man. 3d Lieutenant. They have adop
ted a dark blue uniform with yellow I
stripes, and black felt hats pinned up
at the side with crossed sabres. The
uniforms have been ordered from Char
leston, and they are expected soon
time enough for the Military Review
the 19th. The Company drills once a
A COMPLIMENT TO THE BAND.-The
News relates the following incident:
Two gentlemen were engaged in con
versation the evening Cramer's "'Mer
rie Makers" were to have performed
here. Mr. Cramer had secured the ser
vices of the Newberry Band. and when
the Band began to play, one of the
above-mentioned gentlemen was heard
to say: "Don't Cramer carry a good
Band along with him P Wish our Band
could play like that!" He doubtless
thought it was the Columbia Band'.
Verily, a Brass Band, like a P'rophet, is
not without honor save in its own e-un
ty. This conversation accounts for the
Ieport that the Band had new instru
ments. If one new instrument can add
so much to the music, what will the
gentleman say when the boys get a
complete new set?-for which they are
making arrangements, thanks to the
liberality of our citizens, who appre
ciate a good Band when composed of
young men who stick together under
ASSESSMENT AND) EQUALIZAT1ION OF]
RAL ESTATE.-FOr the benefit a( the
taxpayers of the County, we give the
following abstract of the law relating to
the assessment and equalization of Real
A. A. 1874, No. 631, Sec. 1-4. All
Real Property in this State shall be tax- ,
ed. By 8eal Property is meant not
only land, but all things so attached as
to pass with the title. Ibid Sec. 6.
Certain Real Property is exempt from f
taxation, being public property. Ibid,
Sc. 58,59.-County Auditor shall make
out a correct and pertinent description
of each tract and lot of Real Property,
and determine as near as practicable its
true value. Ibid, Sec. 10-All Real
Estate shall be taxed in the city, ward,
town or county in which it is located.
Ibid, Sec. 61, amended A. A. 1875, No.
798-On first Monday in August, Aud
itor lays before the County Board of
Equalization his returns of Real Proper- I
ty, and they proceed to equalize such I
valuations so that each tract or lot shall
be entered at its true value. The Aud- 1
itor acts as Clerk of the Board. (
The Boarj continues in session- from
day to day till its work is completed,
and is governed by the following rules:
First, they shall raise the valuation of
such tracts or.lots as in their opinion
have been returned too low, to such
price as they may believe to be the true
value thereof. Secondly, They reduce
valuations which in ,their opinion are
above 'their true value as compared
with the average valuation of the Coun
ty. Thirdly, They shall not reduce the
value of Real Property of the County
below the average value returned by
the Auditor: if his rate of valuation is
too high or too low it is corrected after-4
wards by the State Board of Equaliza
tion. (See paragraph 187, post.) t
A. A. 1875, No. 798, Sec. 4-The
Board shall meet thereadber when noti
fied by the Auditor: he shall for two
weeks publish notice of the time of the
first day for the second meeting, he
shall also, when assessments have been
increased, give notice to taxpayers of
the meeting of the Board to take final
2ction, to the end that they may show
cause, if they see fit, why such assess
ment shall not be increased. A. A.
1874, No. 631, Sec. 61-Taxpayers may
appeal to Comptroller-General,to whom
shall be forwarded all testimony rela
tive to their alleged grievance. A. A.
1874, No. 631, Sec. 78-In case of fail
ure to make return within the time pre
scribed by law (June 1st to July 20),
'the Auditor charges to the taxpayer on
his duplicate the property Real and
Personal charged to him the previous
year, with fifty per cent. added, except
THE CAROLINA FARiR.-We are
much pleased with this agricultural
monthly. The September number, just
Dut, is well filled. It is published at
Wilmington, N. C., by Wni. H. Ber
nard-.51.50 per year.
MARSHALS OF THE DAY.-The follow
ing gentlemen have been selected by
lhe Executive Committee to actas Mar
shals the 10th:
Chief Marshal-Gen. Thos. J. Lips
Assistant Marshals-Township No. 1
-Capt. J. W. Gary, Capt. 0. L.
No. 2-Lt. Col. T. C. Brown.
No. 3-Jno. T. Bynum, Esq.
No. 4-Capt. M. M. Buford.
No. 5-Capt. W. W. Riser.
No. 6-Lt. Col. T. J. Maffett.
No. 7-W. W. Wallace, Esq.
No. 8-F. S. Paysinger, Esq.
No. 9-Capt. A. H. Wheeler.
No. 10-David Ruff, Esq.
No. 11-Col. D. A. Dickert.
The Clubs will assemble on College t
liill at 9 o'clock, A. M.
EXcITING.-On Tuesday afternoon
ast observing an excited crowd on the
nblic square, a reporter was despatch- t
d to the spot as it was supposed a cau
-ts might be in progress. Fortanately s
>olitics had nothing to do with it. A
vagon displaying a coop full of chick- (
,ns had drawn the crowd together, and 2
o large did it grow that the owner
ginking there was a 'corner' to be made 1
h chickens refused to sell at any of the
rices offered. Every moment the
,rowd grew denser, and all the time the
an on the wagon indulged in bigger
iope that he certainly had struck New
erry at the time when the appetite for
:hicken was at its best. McWhirter
Ld Clark seemed to have the inside
rack- and it was thought they would
:arry off the prize, but it proved other- t
vise. When the clamor was at its c
weight the man on the wagon moved
hat the meeting adjourn until morn- y
ng. We are pleased to say he sold c
>ut next morning at moderate prices.
A MOST VALUABLE and instructive
>aper is the American Agriculturist for
september 1st, with the usual 60 or
nore original engravings, all insteuc- t
ive or pleasing. Among the 150 arti- d
:les and items are: Seven columns of
ints on September work, including di- r
ections for Bees; Chapters on Cow- z
nilking by Machinery, and Oleomarga
ie; Humbugs shown up; Agr. Notes r
rom the Channel Islands; Large and e
)omplete Barn; Harvest Home Picnics;
Jsing Waste Lands; Talking at a Dis
ance, or Simple Signals for ,farmers, ~
ifle Ranges, etc.; Igome-m~ade Wind
nill, Among the Farmers; Talks on
~arm Crops-corn-fodder, and farm
ielp; Many "Hints and Helps," illus- ~
rated; Science Applied to Farming;1
orfolk and Jersey Cows, illustrated;
attle Sheds; Best Fertilizers; New
rid Old Flower Plants, illustrated; e
eeping Celery in Winter; Common t
eeds Mede Ornamental; Many Home lI
'opics, and Chapters to interest and in
tract the Young; Our Native Water- c
~owl, illustrated, etc., etc. A reduction c
f Terms is announced to $1.50 a year; z
~ingle Numbers, 15 cents. Orange
Iudd Co., New York, Publishers. e
Mr. G. G. McWhirter is back again
rom a visit to Georgia.
Dr. Jno. R. Thompson retuarned Mon
lay :om Glenn Springs.
Senator J. N. Lipscomb has been
pending a few days in town.
Mr. J. P. Landrum, of Richmond, ,
Centucky, is in Newberry again.
Col. J. P. Pool reached home Mon- v
lay om a trip to Greenville and Wal
Engineer Seigler has recovered i'om a
us bruises and again taken'-charge of d
Joel B. Heller, Esq., of No. 11; has
>een appointed a Trial Jrstice for this b
ounty by the Governor.
The Senior of the HERALD has gone (
orth to buy Printing Material, Sta- ]
jonery Goods, and see the sights.
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Robertson left ~
gewberry Saturday for Charleston, e
vhere they will make their home.
Messrs. W. T. Tarrant and T. J. Mc- c
)rary left Saturday, and Mr. M. Foot
bonday, for New York to buy goods.
Jno. W. Ferguson, Rich'd C. Watts ~
mad W. L. Gray, Esgs., of the Laurens
3ar, were in town last week on busi
Mr. A. C. Jones, of the firm of Jones
e Satterwhite, left Thursday for New
ork, to lay in a supply of goods for
he Fall and Winter trade.
Mr. R. H. Wright, of Wright & J.
W. Coppock, has also gone North for a
stock of Fall and Winter Clothing.
We are glad to see Mr. S. B. Fowles
n Newberry again, prepared to take in
he fleecy staple. He.has been sum
nering at Flat Rock, N. C.
The familiar face of our quontktm
;ownsman, L. C. Moore, now of Abbe
rille, is seen again on our streets. He
same down Friday for a short visit.
Messrs. J. D. Cash and U. B. Whites
[eft home the 27th ult., for a visit to
Blenn Springs. They returned Sati.':
:lay, Mr. C. having been taken sick. 1
Rev. IH. WV. Kuhns and family left
for their new home on Tuesday. His
teatr rwqit ubro i
deprtuegrew n qitiatme ofs t
eongepot.o n niaefinst
Mr. Reo. GisyHret fCdr
Good turnip prospect.
A cow belle-the milk-maid.
All quiet in the political camp.
Septembe-R-Oysters in season.
A little small change floating about.
A drove of horses came into town
Mr. W. H-. Blats' oldest child has Ty
The G. & C. R. R. now runs daily
The only excitement now is Cash's
When is a jealous husband like a cat?
Nhen he smells a rat.
We hear of only a few cases of chills
nd fever in the County.
The ice is broken, three merchants
iaving started North for goods.
What men are deficient of in reason
bey generally make up in a iage.
Cotton-buyers are sharpening their
:nives, and calculating the chances.
The Military Review will come off
Le 19th, the day of the big barbecue.
The days are getting perceptibly
horter; only two weeks to the equinox.
Eighty-three persons joined the
hurch at the Blandusian Spring Camp
The flend who cut our cow is still at
arge, but we are after him, and expect
D get him.
Mr. Willis Lathrop is making good
irogress with his dwelling-house on
The colored people began a camp
eeting at Prosperity last week, which
i still in progress.
The Abbeville Medium claims that
here are two thousand bales of cotton
pen in that County.
A live Singer Sewing Machine agent
vas in town a few days ago. He thinks
f establishing an office.
Rev. T. G. Herbert last week closed
.n interesting and successful series of
aeetings at Trhity Church.
A man was in town last week with a
wo dollar greenback. He was as in
ependent as a wood sawyer.
Mr. Foot's brick store is going up
apidly, and when completed will be a
eat and substantial buildingar
The culvert on Mr. Ed. Scott's cor
Ler eeds cleaning out. It was choked
L Wednesday a1ernoon after the rain.
Very heavy rains fell in town Tues
lay night and Wednesday afternoon.
)ther sections experienced like heavy
Several new subscribers were receiv
d last week-thanks, gentlemen. We
ook for a large increase when business
It is estimated that Savannah will re
eive the coming season one hundred
bosand bales of cotton in excess of
The tallest trees are most in the power
the winds, and ambitious men of the
yclones of failure, disaster and busi
A man in Detroit has recently invent
d an apparatus for arresting and ex
inguishing sparks. Are the girls go
g to stand that?'
Messrs. R. C. and A. C. Chapman,
vho have the contract for -building the
arket House, have begani operations,
ad expect to finish it within sixty days,
An enterprising Iowa man has named
is daughters Time and Tide, so they
vil wait for no man, and have got a
rst mortgage on matrimony to begin
A Democratic editor despondently
ays that printing Democratic papers is
bout as profitable as~ would bie ped
ling peanuts in a graveyard at mid
If you want any bill heads, letter
eads, circulars, cards or other kind of
irinting done try the HERALD Office.
)ur motto is "neat, cheap, rapid."
eatiful new type just received.
"Always try to hit the nail upon the
Lead, my boy," said an uncle to his
ephew; but the nephew's little cousin
'hispered to him, "Don't hit the nail
n your finger, for It hurts awfal."
Our Stationery stock is constantly re
enished with the latest and best 4f
very article in that line. Do not for
et the place-HERALD building. Cheap
~oods and polite attention. The ladies
e cordially invited.
Maj. Jno. K. G. Nance will have to
uy his Christmas turkey. His last one
vas lifted by an unknown bird fancier
ast week. Out of two dozen that he
as raised in the last year or two he
ias eaten one-the rest were stolen
Mr. W. P. Houseal has a telephone,
vith which he has been experimenting.
WVith it he has caicied on conversation
vith perfect 4ase between this place
mnd Helena, a distance of one raie. It
tas not been tried at a greater distance.
:ts capacity is t>irty miles, and it re
luires no battery.
MORE NEW COTTON.-Mr. Win. D,
eagin brought in ten bales of new cot
:on Saturday, and Mr. Thos. M. Pay
singer seven. Twenty-five new bales
were sold in town that day. It brought
:en cents a pound.
THANK YOU.-We'll bet our bottom
lollar that Mr. L. F. Longshore takes
-he premium on Potatnoe in the ontni
The Mills by the Cotton.
A NewMill to be in Operation by the First of
October-Employment for Two Hundred
People--Quick Work and a Magnifi
On the 2;d of July, 1877, the
corner-stone of the factory of the
Oraniteville Manufacturing Company,
at Vaucluse, S. C., was laid, and be
fort! July 23d, 1878, the machinery
was all in position and the wheel run.
ning. But while work has been vig
orous!y pushed forw:;rd, it h-is been
well done in every particular. The
building is one of the most solid and
substantial in the United States. The
foundation is made of granite, quar
ried a hundred yards distant. The
stone is hard and close grained, and it
is said that no better can be found in
the South. Above the stone founda,
ion arise the main walls of brick,
carefully laid. The building is three
tories in height, (exclusive of the
basement,) and is 296 feet long by 74
wido. The first story is used as the
weaving room, the second is the card
room and pickery, and the third as
the spinning room. The capacity is
s0 - loas, 10,000 spindles. The
machinery is all of the most improved
pattern. The greater part of it was
nanufactured in Biddeford, Maine.
L. part was purchased in Lowell,
Nass., and the "slashers" were ob
tained from England. The mill al
together is one of the most complete
nd best equipped in the South, and is a
redit to the stockholders of the Gran
teville Manufacturing Company, as
well as an honor to the State of South
Carolina. Sprinklers are placed in
the card and spinning rooms as well
as in the pickery, so that any part of
the building can be instantly flooded
in case of fire. We understand that
they are only placed in the picker
room in many factories. The water
from the pond is conveyed to the
great turbine wheel through a. im
mense iron "trunk" or flue, about
even feet in diameter. The wheel has
been running for some timw for the
urpose of operating the machinery
sed in grinding the cards. One
hndred and twenty of these cards
will be ground, and eighteen a week
re turned out. Mr. H. H. Hick
nan, president of the company, stated
o a reporter yesterday, in response to
aquestion, that all the machinery in
he mill would probably be rtunning
y the let of October next, and that
2alf of it might be put to work by the
5th of September. About two hun
Ired operators will be employed in the
ill, a considerably smaller number,
we understand, than is usually thought
ecessary to work a ten thousand
pidle mill; but the machinery is so
mproved and the mill so admirably
onstructed that experts say that
umber of hands can run it without
ny trouble. The dam is built of
~ranite quarried at,the got, and is a
olid and lasting structure.
(News and courier.
People are looking forward with de
igtful anticipations to the fall, when
the abundant crops are gathered and
noney is plentiful. Economy is the
rder now and it is right, that is in so
far as concerns such articles as can be
one without. But it is unwise policy
o deprive oneself of things which are
ssential to comfort, and especially when
hey can be had for a mere trifle. How
leasant it is to sit around ai well ap
ointed table with bright new crockery,
hina and glass-ware, and on the other
and how uncomfortable if the sets are
racked or composed of odd pieces, no
wo of which are matched. Breakage
will occur in the best regulated families,
nd it would be sad if the remedy were
not easily had. To all in need we take
pleasure in recommending a visit to the
splendid and cheap emporium of Messrs.
Kingsland & Heath, Colimbia. A very
little cash will go a great way there.
Try them. tf
FFICE OF THE COUN'TY COMMIssIoNERs,
Newberry, S. C., August 20, 1878.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this
office until Tuesday, the 17th of September,
1878, to Build a t;ridge over Busb River,
known as Croft's Old Bridge. The Board
reserves the right to reject any bid. Speci
ications can be seen at this office uutil 17th
By order of the Board./
L. B. MAFFETT, Chairman.
Z. P. hiOSEs, Clerk.
A ug. 28, 35-4t.
The Democratic Convention of Newberry
ounty will resume its session, at Newberry
Court House, ON WEDNESDAY, THE
ELEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., unless otherwise
ordered by the County Executive Commit
tee-of which, if done, due notice will be
The same delegates will attend, except as
to vacancies which Clubs shall supply.
J. F. J. C ALDWELL,
Ohm. Dem. Ex. Corn. N. C.
L. W. SInKINs, Secretary.
Aug. 28, 35-2t.
For Probate Judge
LEWIS W. SIMKINS
Is respectfully nominated.
His capacity as a lawyer and a book
keeper, added to his social, intellectual and
moral qualhfications renders him eminently
competent to discharge the varied duties of
the office. Besides he is a single man and
will, therefore, be able, notwithstanding
the md.rat ompennanetion of the offie,. to
The many friends in this County of Mrs
SUSAN R. DURISOE, wife of Mr. John R. Du
risoe, of EdIgefield, and daughter of Mr. J
I[artvell Blease, of this place, will be paiue(
to hear of her death, which occurred at Edge
fiek Village, on last'rhr-sday, at 6 o'clock
Ms. Durisoe was a lady of fine persona
appearance, of a cultivated mind, and o:
great gentleness and swee .ess of manner
She attached herself to the Baptist Churcl
when twelve years of age-lived a consisten
Ch- stiais life, and died in the triumphs of th4
Christian's faith. A few moments beforo
her death she said, "I am going to Jesus anc
will soon be with him." She was buried it
the Baptist Cemete-., at Edgefield, in tho
presence of a large- concourse of people.
"Thou art gone to the grave, but we will noi
Though sorrows and darkness encompas,
The Saviour has passed through its portah
And the la-np of his love is thy guide througi
the gloom." ,
NEWBERRY, S. C., Sept. 3.-Cotton quiet
Number of Bales shipped daring week, 172.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MAR'rIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New .......
Shoulders, Sugar Cured....
Sides. C. IL, New............ 9
DIRY SALTED MEATS
Sides. C. R., New........... a 8)
Sides, Long Clear...........
Uncanvassed Hams.......... 10
Cauvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces. .........12i
Leaf, in Buckets.......... 13
C,:sie . ... .,............ 14
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 121
New Orleans.................. 121
New Orleans Syrup... 75
-New Orleans Molasses. 40
Cuba Molasses......... 60
TEA- Sugar House Molasses. 40
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Best Rio.............. 26a
Good Rio................. 28a 25
Cider Vinegar.........1 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
SOAP............................... 6a 10
STARCH. .................... 10a 16
STAR CANDLES............... 15
FLOUR, per bbl............... 6.00a 7.50
CANDY ..... ......... 15
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 15
TOBACCO.................8 0a 1.25
NAILS (10)ke...g................ 3.50
BAGGING- ................... 15
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 2 75
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per Lu.............40a
GOOD RE A DING
FOR LITTL'E MONEY!
Young Ladies' Journal, illustrated, Sep.
The People's Magazine, Pl.ustrated, Sep.
The Eclectic Magazine, September.
Frank Leslie's Popiar Monthly, Septem
Harper's Magazine, Aug ast.
A new supply of the Popular Seaside Li
All kinds of Writing Papers, Envelopes.
Pens, Ink, and other Stationery in variety,
THE HERALD BOOK STORE.
Ai Call and exami.ne.
Aug. 28, 35-2t.
LUCERE AND OfttI[RD
FOR SALE AT
PNT'g DRU 8TOR
Aug. 21, 34-tf.
AT A SACRIFICE !
MUST BE SOLD.
By calling early at the HERAL4D SOOK
STORE, the following valqable books can
be obtained at the prices named ;
Wesley's Sermons, 4 vols., $4.50 $8.001
Watson's Sermons, 2 vols., 5.00 4.00J
Life of Wesley, 2.00 1.50
Headland of Faith, 1.50 1.00]
Pastoral Theology, 1.50 1.00
Mothers Portrait, 1.50 1.00
Mind and Heart in Religion, 1.25 90
A postolical Succession, 1.25 90
Elements Mental Philosophy, 1.50 1.00
Carolina Housewife, 1.00 '75
Ecce Ecclesia, 1.75 1.25
Life of Robert Newton, 1.50 1.00
Life of McKendree, 4.00 3.00
Methodism in Earnest, 1.50 1.00
Pilgrims Progress, 1.00 '75
Christian Fathers Present, 80 65
Life of Rev. J. W. Fletcher, 1.00) 75
Scripture Help, 80 65
Bible Expositor, 80 65
Advice and Counsel to a Mother, 2.00 1.50
Apology for the Bible, 80 65
Memoir of Carvossa, 80 65
To the East by Way ot the West,2.00 1.75'
Life and Explorations of Dr.
Livingstone, 2.00 1.50
Thirty-Four Years, 1.50 1.25
These books are all standard, and of such
a character as will adorn any Library, and
at the prices offered are decided bargains.
Besides the works named there is in
stock a number of miscellaneous books
SABBATH SCHOOL L1BRARIES
Or Rewards of Merit, which will be sold at
a great reduction.
Now is the time for bargains.
HERALD BOOK STORE.
A pr. 24, 17i-tf.
PEN AND PENCIL.
Mam119.Q Dam*.. U'natnm.
These TIES are made o
IRON, being Complete;
no buckle to become lost.
For sale by all dealers a
in every Southern Ci:y.
SLOAN & SEIGNIOUS,
IS EQUAL TO THE BESI
Ier Machine Glui]anteei~
I PEUET SEL-FEEE
These machines have been before the pub
reception, that it is only necessary to add tl
guaranteed to be a perrect machine in ever
RIALS, and constructed in a thorough, wor
othr rsp ect, the equal of any Gin in the m
FAt AIIEEPD OF ALL OTIL XS[ CLEI.NI
AND SMOOTH RUNNING.
Received the premium at the Georgia stai
ton, May, 187, and other State and County]
REDUCED PRICE LIST OF COTTON G33
FZpE AD CONDENSERS.
Price Price of Gins Price wii
Sizes. i Self-Feed-Sel-le
Gins. Ing Attach- taches
1 ments. Condense
30 Saw 75 0014..... ...... 0..........$120
356 0 : W :: 113 "1400.
50 1200OA,1 525. 0
60 " 130 00!..... 166 00.. .,. .. 202 00
July 24, 30-2m.
Hardware and Cutlery.
E. S. COPPOCK. WM. JOHNSON,
NEW STOQU HARDWARE!
In the Store formerly occupied by
S. P. Boozer & Co.
No, 3, Mo1Io0o0# Row.
COFOC & JOKINI,
Which Have Been Bought
TO SELL AT LOlHPRICES,
This Gin has the name of being superior
to any other in use for making a fine sam
pie and taking the lint from the seed.
Call and examine, at the Hardware Store
of COPPOCK & JOHNSON, Agents.
July 10, 28-tf..
Just received a first rate lot of RUBBER
BELTING, 2 ply, which will be sold lower
than ever offered i this market.
Call and examine before buying, at
COPPOCK & JOHNSON'S
Jun. 12, 21-tf. No. 3, Mollahon Row.
00PPOI0K & .JOHINON
Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
ENAMELED READY MIXED PAINTS,
call and see samples of samne. Also, AT
LANTIC WhITE LEAD AND OILS, AND
FANCY PAINTS. We will sell within the
reach of every one, FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
Popla Seaside Nhels!I
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Aug. 14, 33-tf.
Wheat ! Wheat !!
SELECT EGYPTIAN SEED WEEAT !
The best Wheat for any and all kinds of
soil; medium sized grain; very hardy ; thin
bran, an~d free from rust. This Wheat has
turned out 50 pounds of good flour to the
bushel. One large sized Package, free by
mail, $1.00. Send for our Illustrated Cir
cular and Price List of new ard improved
Seeds. Address the HAMBURG SEED FARM,
Mount Airy, North Carolina. D 34-4t.
STA TIONER of all K(inds!
HERALD BOOK STORtEe
NOTE, PACKET, LETTER, FOOLSCAP,
FLAT CAP, BILL CAP and LEGAL
ENVELOPES, INK, PENS, PENCILS.
FANCY STATIONERY IN VARIETY,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
THOS. F. GRENEKER,
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Aug. 14, 33-tf.
SILVER AND GOLD
nunnaun a mun nn a nn
HOOK CT &
ut of the BEST ST EEL and
fastenings attached, with
nd Commission Merchants.
ients, Charleston, S. C.
ear View, showing xethod of D-V
lie so long and have met with
at they are. (though greatly red __i2
r particuiar. MADIE OF -TIE REST
nuanlike manner, and is, in tWS a"L
irket. while the fact is tnquastiodt
.G T H E SEE D. F GISNTG .ADG
e Fair, Centennial, Texas State Fair,'4a
|Respeetfully refer tofbU6w
who have our GWnsin use:JoM
man, . J. LongshorM Thos.
At-IE. Folk, John C. Wilson, N.B -
rnd M. M. Coppock, Conne"Iy &
s C. Minick and others.
Also, Gin Saws. Gin'is
"Twines, &c., furnished for any.
-". Gins-at short notime
Please examine sample G ntmY
P. BOOZER, Aet
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ats, ete nFec,12
an Dawr aspcay.
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Raesp etls nounch,t th cie
eranan Castocks FeCsm
ande era es a lreiayt.
towichy no invteattnmon
The Na eWaseilt inFN
SPRING PANDS SUMRTS & S,Tner
HATS or me an osof!t
Rectfllydmk anuc exton ters
purcang lhr,and cep se ifyne
LONG FO M E0N AND .
LAT OTS L A --TE
COAPER,TPAN STAYTNG &.,Atei