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Special and. Local.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1878.
17DRx TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
U. B. Whites-TaxNoie
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
y, Key Box 393-Partner Wanted.
F. D. Graham-Sale of Real Estate.
C. G. Jaeger-Jno. S. Hair, Bankrupt.
J. I Bonner-Due West Female College.
} Jno. B. Carwile-The National Bank of
Vrginia V. Carrington vs. John J.jCarring
ion-Summons for Relief.
Mrs. Hopson Pinckney-Boarding and Day
School for Young Ladies.
Herald Book Store-Stationery Articles
New Text Books-Bargains in Blank Books
-Box Papeterie-Madame Demorest's What
Jo Wear, &c,
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Wequiwaent is paid.
4Dowin Ta arrives .........2 P M
Up Trananives............. 2 07 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ......12 40 P M
" leaves............ 2 15 PM
eas-elose for aU trains.......... 1 30 P M
Up-and Down Trains pass at this place.
I. W. BOONE, PM
ewberry, S. C,, March 19.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity Is or anthorized agent at
DEATHS.-Mrs. Sarah Smith, wife of
r. David Smitk died, in town Wed
nesday night, the 11th instant, in the
nineteenth year of her age. Mr. David
Smitb, the husband, died Saturday'
nigIt the 14th. of Typhus Fever. They
j afe -one chila eighteen months old,
hih has been very low. On the
Aith of its mother Mrs. J. H. Blease
'took charge of it. It will probably get
Mr. and Mrs. Smith came to,%New
- ierry about a year ago from Lexington,
w<Diie founty, N. C. Their remains
have been shipped to their former home
Mr. Jno. A. Cannon, of Pomaria,,
~ ast night (Monday). His death
-loss to the community in which he
-!ied. and'to the whole County; for he
san honorable, upright man and
bibyrespected by all who knew him.
will be buried this afternoon at 3
eloe~k at Bethlehem Chiurch.
'>A choice lot ofTeas, at H, A. Burns'.
~i~TAns.-The County Treasurer will
~ ready the 1st.pf October to begin
~ akinin your small change. See no-I
gNominations not exceeding one
I unre wll beinerted for $5, in ad
Theii Grand Barbecue and Military
4d. eview will come off Thursday, the
19tkrinstant, at the old*base ball ground,
LbIetween Col. Leavell's and Mr. Har
- lOMPsON,- Dentist, over Mow'er's Store.
TaE EqumOx.-Next Saturday, tbe
~1st, the day and night will be of equal
Iengthy, then the days will begin to get
shorter and the young man who calls
en&his girl after tea can stay a little
~7Another lot of those Fresh Crackers
P in variety, and French Candy, at H. A.
lIEIERa STIL--The sales of cotton
at this market Saturday were two hun
-,dred and two bales, besides eighteen
bae shipped to Charleston and three
S stored, making 223 bales brought in
tba day. Friday's sales amounted to
over one hundred bales.
gg All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
-. egnlar. advertising rates, one dollar per
i quare, cash in advance. tf
SY. M. C. A.-The State Convention
of the colored Young Men's Christian
Association will convene in the colored
Methodist Church in this place Thurs
day, the 19th instant, and will continue
~two or three days. Delegates will be
piresent from all parts of the State.
Ogbugn's Best, Free and Easy and T.'
C. D. Tobacco, at H. A. Burns'. 21-tf~
PETERSON'S CHARMING MAGAZNE
for October is to hand, and its varied
snd .interesting contents noted. The
popularity attained by this book shows
its merit. If there are any who are not
yet subscribers they are advised to be
come so at once, by remitting $2 to C.
J. Peterson, Philadelphia.
For Arctic Soda Water, with delicious
and pure syrups, fit beverage for the
gods, and warranted to make one feel
better, go to
22-tf H. A. BURNS'.
HONORING THE SCARREn VETERANS.
-Two of the nominees for County Corn
-missioners nominated by the Conven
tion, Messrs. Livingston and Switten
Sberg, have but one leg apiece; the nom
inee for the Judge of Probate has only
one arm, and the nominee for Coroner
' '--~- -- - ~ TIL... ~ 4i.~4. rnQ7~
EDUCATIONAL.-WC call attentior
with pleasure to the card of Mrs. Hop
son Pinckney elsewhere, the 13th an.
nual session of whose Young Ladie4
Boarding and Day School commence.
on the 1st Monday in October. Term.
are favorable, and references unexcep
GODEY'S LADY's Booic for October is
received with great pleasure, and we
advise all of our lady readers to send
to the publishers and secure a year's
subscription. The price has been re
duced from $3 to $2 a year. Address
Godey's.Lady's Book Publishing Co.,
The following will be the programme
of the Y. M. D. S., for this (Tuesday)
evening, at Thespian Hall. President
-R. C. Maybin. Orator-B. B. Ram
age. Query: Which is more beneficial
to man, Agriculture or Commerce?
Affirmative-H. Kinard. J. B. Jones,
G. E. Werber, J. P. Kinard. Nega
tive-B. J. Ramage, M. Foot, Jr., F.
A. Sale, S. J. Evans.
STANDARD WEIGUT IN COTTON.-It
would be well for farmers to remember
that in packing their cotton for market
it is to their interest to putonougli in a
bale to bring it up to the standard
weight, which ist75 pounds. If the
weight is between 375 and 350 the buy
ers knocks off a quarter of a cent per
pound; if between 350 and S00 he
knocks off half a cent; if below 300 the
seller must just take what he can get.
There is no record of a single failure
of DR. HARTER's FEVER AND AGUE
SPECIFIC to effect a speedy and per
Imanent cure. Its use has robbed this
disease of its terrors, in rich sections
of our country.
For sale by all Druggists. Dowie
& Moise, Wholesale Agents, Charles
ton, S. C.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE for the Au
tumn months is just received, and with
no little pleasure. looking as we do on
Mr. ViA as an authority in his beauti
ful profession. Autumn is the season
for re-arranging beds of herbaceous
plants and our lady friends who desire
information are advised to send to him
for a Guide on anything in the Floral
line. He can supply all wants in this
respect. Address Jas. Vick, Roches
ter, N. Y.
BURGLAR'S CONFSSION. - Wesley
Williams alias Wesley Kinard, thinks
an honest confession is good for tbe
soul. He is now in jail under sentence
for stealing buggy wheels from Mr. 0.
Wells and Mr. Taylor. lie has con
fessed to breaking into Mr. Crotwell's
meat house last February, in company
with Bob Bangle and Bill Sheppard,
and stealing two hundred pounds of
meat. Judge Shaw will interview the
festive trio in November.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE YELLOw FE
Contribuions at Thompson St.,
Church, Sunday, $th inst., $ 25 81
Survivors Army Northern Va., 53 00
Y. M.C. A., - - , 6 70
Reported last week, - 216 50
Total, - - - - $302 01
Of the $53 contributed by the Survi
vors of the Army of Northern Va., $11
came from No. 8 Township, and $5
NEWBERRY COLLEGE.-The eXercises
of this popular Institution will be re
samed on Thursday, the 19th inst., un
der very flattering auspices. The num
ber of students we are pleased to learn
will be greatly in eXcess of last session,
and the prospect in every respect is
bright and cheering. The advantages
offered by this College for a complete
education, and the cheap rates of board,
should be well considered by those who
have not yet made uip their minds where
to send their sons.
"Helen's Babies." This work is
acknowledged to be the best selling
article in our bookstores. Druggists,
owever, say that Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup sells better than any other med
icine. It is perfectly harmless and
always reliable. Price 25 cents a
A Rome journal explains to its sub
scribers why it can be had cheaper by
yearly than by quarterly subscription,
as follows: "In repeatedly going to the
ofice to subscribe,1 you may meet a
friend.not only in search of a match,
but of a cigar and glass of "say it your
self;" you may rub up against t'vo or
three beggars; you may get wet on a
rainy day, or on a hot day fall in with
hydrophobic dogs not led by appropri
ate little strings; while by taking a full
year's subscription all such possible ex
penses will certainly be avoided."
Still if any one insists on taking the
HEA.w for the campaign or three
months, we will not object.
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
done without. But it is unwise policy
to deprive oneself of things which are
essential to comfort, and especially when
they can be had for a mere trifle. How
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
tom f which are mahed. Breakage
The weather is delightful.
The turnip crop is prmmising.
Heavy rains Wednesday night.
New and splendid stocks of goods ar
Drop in your mites for the yellow fe
Returned merchants say they had a
Transported for life-the man who
A young woman wrapped up in her
self is a delicate parcel.
Our merchants are preparing for a
big fall and winter trade.
Money is beginning to circulate
bring a little of it t6 this office.
H. H. Blease's side-walk is good
enough for anybody to walk on.
A handsome lot of new Stationery
coming in at the HERALD Book Store.
It is reported that Diphtheria has
again made its appearance in our Coun
Paste the date of the next eclipse in
your hat. You may forget it. May 8,
The wind Wednesday night blew
down a portion of Mr. E. A. Scott's
Messrs. B. J. Ranage & Son have
moved to the corner of Pratt and Adams
This is Wirvest time with mosquitoes.
With the close of this month active ope
The colored Presbyterians in town
are taking steps to establish a church
"Figures won't lie." That's another.
How about the human figure after a
hard day's work?
Call and examine tbe pew and beau
tiful stock of Stationery articles at tlp
HERALD Book Store.
The population of Cald*well Street
and immediate neighborhood is fear
fully on the increase.
Report your Sorghum yield farmers,
that the world may know how much
sweet there is in NewberryF.
Subscribe for the HERALD now and
keep posted during the campaign.
Three months for fifty cents.
A woman has to settle a man's cof
fee with the white of an egg, but she
can settle his hash with a look.
The State pnyentiop of the Colored
Young Men's Christian Association will
meet in Newberry Thursday, the 19th.
All orders for books, music, and any
other article in our line, will be prompt
ly attended to at the HERALD Book
A litle daughter of Mr. A. G. Sligh,
of Walhalla, formerly of Newberry, had
one of her toes cut off last Monday
week by a horse stepping on it.
Singular to relate two interesting lit
te.children in this town stumped a nail
each from one of their toes a few days
The population of New York is set
down at one niillipn, and one of our
boys lately returned from there egys hs
is going back, and make one on the
start of the next million. Newberry is
too small for him.
The roll call at some of the Sunday
Schools last Sabbath showed a heavy
percentage of absentees. In one school
exactly half were absent. What makes
it strange is that the day was one of the
loveliest of the season.
It is sa,fe to say that there would be a
great deal more bread cast upon the
waters than there is, if people were only
sure it would be returned to them with
ten per cent. interest. It is the uncer
tainty of the investment that makes
Mr. Jas. 0. Meredith's great big bas
ket found its way tE the HERALD ofiIce
on Saturday-its contents were 9f 4
vegetable character and very highly
acceptable. We trust that his garden
will never be any farther from the
HERALD than it is now. His sweet po
tatoes are pronounced better than any
yet brought to market.
She waits and listens. FoQtsteps fal1l,
She knows they are not his.
She waits and listens for a sound
That sweetest music is.
He comes-and with a sudden thrill
And heart-beat loud and clear,
She does not hear, she does not see
She feels that he is near;
And coyly lifting to his face
Her eyes of heavenly blue,
She manrpurs, iry love's softest tones,
"My darling, is it yon ?"
Again she listens. Footsteps reach
And footsteps pass her door.
She listens, but her nsedle files
More swiftly than before.
She hears at length the tread that time
And cares are making slow,
And with a start that sends her chair
Hard rocking tq and fro
Springs to the landing, ap4 withvoe
More shrill than any lute's,
She screams, above the baluster,
"Augustus, wipe your boots!"
-Man without a Wife.
LIVER IS KING.
The Liver is the imperial organ of
the whole human system, as it con
trols the life, health atnd happiness of
man. When it is disturbed in its pro
per action, all kinds of ailments are the
natural result. The digestion of food,
the movements of the heart and blood,
the action of the brain and nervous
system, are all immediately connected
with the workings of the Liver. It has
been successfully proved that Green's
Agst Flower is unequalled in curing
all persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
Liver Complaint, and all the numerous
STATISTICAL.-Below will be found
the number of acres of land, of all sorts,
in each Township in Newberry County,
outside of incorporated towns and vil
lages, with the total value of the same
as assessed by the County Auditor and
equalized by the County Board of Equal
No. I........ 19,250... .$145.310
No. 2. .......... .31,355.... 153,195
No. 3...............25,664.... 117,940
No. 4........ ......42,73... 210,475
No. 5........ ......34,644.... 174,950
No. 6...............42,032.... 229,120
No. 7...............9,216.... 207,455
No. 8...............27,917.... 167,475
No. 9...............48,995.... 200,765
No.10...............24,457 .. 111,585
The total value of all Real Estate in
Newberry Village is $432,975; in Pros
perity, $34,175. Total value of Real
Estate in Newberry County, $2,639,
945. This is a falling off of $215,555
rrom the assessment five yeam ago,
notwithstanding the fact that the Audi
tor has succeeded in putting upon the
ax books 6,702 more acres of land, in
fluding the-Croft land of 1,700 acres.
QUERY : "Why will n1ep siuoIe
ommon tobaco, when they can buy
Nlarburg Bros. 'Seal of North Caro
!ina,' at the samle price?'! 5-ly.
Mr. Ed. Scholtz left here on Friday
last for the Noi th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Fowles returned
last week from Flat Rock.
C. P. felham, Esq., of Camden, paid
). visit to Newberry last week,
Capt. Jas. Y. McFall has gone North
,o lay in a stock of goods for Mr. J. D.
Mr. M. Foot, now in New York pur
:hasing stock, will return in a few
Mrs. J?. 3. IRuff, who has been absent
ror some time in Mississippi, 'returne.d
)n Thursday last.
Messrs. Geo. G. Lane and Will M.
Lane leave to-day (Tuesday) for Cam
en, to buy cotton.
J. B. Steadman, Esq., of the Union
ar, was in town a few days last week
n professional business.
We learn from Geo. S. Mower, Esq.,
ho went to Sumter last week, that
udge Shaw is still very ill.
Mlrs. F. 0. Bailey, the accomplished
eacher of music, has returned and en
ered upon her duties at the Female
Mr. A. J. McCughin, after an ab
ence, of three months, returned on
hrsday, and is again at his post, and
ooking extremel.y well.
Capt. R. H. Wright, Capt. A. C.
ones and the Senior of the EALD,
after doing Baltimore, Philadelphia and
ew York, returned on Wednesday,
nd are now ready for business.
Messrs. T. J. McCrary, J. W. Mont
gomery and W. T. Tarrant reached
Iiome on Friday from New York.'They
nade good use of their time not only in
seeing the sights but in purchasing
lMr. Joseph Brown and his daughter
Sallie reached bole Monday, after
hree months absence in Prussia, France
nd other European countries. They
lid the Paris Exposition and had a very
delightful tour altogether. They both
Look much improved by their travels.
The Fleecy Stap1e.
'he Prospect for the Coming Crop not Quite
as Good as at the Last Report-Too Much
Rain-Too Much Hot Weather-Too
-CHARLESTON, S. C.,
September 9, 1878.
To the President and .Directors of
the Charleston Cotton Exchange :
GENTEMEN : Your commwittee begs
Leave to report as follows, for the
month of August, based on eighty re
plies from thirty Oounties:
The weather for first half of the
nonth was excessively hot and dry,
the latter half very wet indeed ; on
the whole the weather was less favor
able than last year.
The crop is reported generally as
aying fruited well, but owing to ex
~essive drought in July and heavy
rains the past month, the plant has
~hedded very badly, estimates varying
From slightly to 33 per cent., averag
ing about 15 per cent. Included in
said estimates is also the damage from
rust,, which is at present considerable.
Worms are reported only in one
County and had done no damage so
Picksing had commenced in every
County, and will have become general
by this date in all but a few Counties.
The universal report is that cotton
n sandy and light lands has suffered
very much more than on stiff land,
where the damage has been but light.
Your obedient servants,
IROpT. D. MUSE, Chairman,
L. J. WALKER,
A. W. TAFT,
Jommittee on Information and Sta
tistics, Charleston Exchange.
The blood when deficient in iron,
uilds up unhealthy tissue. DR.
IARTER'S IRON ToNIC furnishes iron
to the blood in its proper chemical
Form, giving a true basis for health
For sale by all Druggists. Dowie
Moise, Wholesale Agents, Charles
on, S. C.
Donovan, of Brownsville, heard by
elegraph that his whole family were
tying low with fever at 1Memphis. He
replied by lightning : "I leave my
Family in the hands of a Christian
rnnininnit'v'" ThA ~nnL rAliainus fer
FOR THE HERALP,
DEAR HERALD : The happy goldei
summer is fast passing away, and evet
now on this glorious September da
of mellowed sunlight and driftinc
clouds there is a chill in the breath oi
the breezes which tell us October i.
nigh, and will soon be singing hei
tender, tremulous, soul-thrilling psala
of penitential love and than,ksg'vinc
to falling leaves and fading flowers.
For summer fades and flowerets die,
Though nature weep and angels sigh.
Thus it ever is with earth and earth.
ly things, fleeting, fleeting, evanescent
as flickering moonbeams, capricious as
the ever changing beauty of' an au,
tumnal sunset. Yes, summer with all
its beauty and happy associations, its
joys and sorrows, its loves and friend.
sbips,is passing away and yet it leaves
us many precious memories, whose
delicate chords to fancy's magic touch
responsive vibrate 'hile sofdy rings
the joy bells. Among the many hap.
-py landmarks to which we fondly tu,rn
are the recent services held iii the
Presbyterian Chijrch of this village by
Rev. T. L Brownlec and Rev. D. E,
Frierson, D. D. Dr. Frierson visited
our village and church at the courteous
invitation of our highly esteewed pas
tor, Mr. Brownlee, and their united
efforts to lead souls to Jesus were sig
nally blessed. Gently, tenderly, but
with masterly hand did they portray
the frailties of earth and the glories of
Heaven, while with melting hearts and
tear-dimmed eyes many were led to
Light in -the distance breaking I see,
Jesus of Nazareth, lo! it is thee.
Long may that glad, happy Sab
bath be remembered as a golden era
in many lives; may it be to us all g
bright,'beautiful oa'sis in the world's
Sahara. May we consecrate ourselves
anew to the cause and service of the
Great I Am, even the meek and lowly
Nazarene, and thereby 'through the
darkest storms and trials which beset
our life path be enabled to say,
Jesus let us cleave to thee,
Thou our one thing neeeful be.
Williamston, .S. C. MAGGIE.
NEWBERRT, S. C., Sept. 1.-Cotton quiel
Number "B1ales shipped during week, 639.
Newberry Prices Current.
By 4. N. MARTIN & CO.
.Shoulders, Prime New.... 5
Shoulders. Suga Cured..
Sides, C. R.,N ew............ 9
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New.......... a 80
Sides, Long Clear........ 8
Canvaesed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces...........-12j
Leaf, in Buckets..........13
Gr lited Standard,.. a
Extra C................. 121
Cof'ee C............... 11
New Orleans............. 123
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Molaisses. 40
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hyson............. 1.50
ALLSPICE.................. ... 25
COF FE E
Roasted or Parched..... 0
Best Rio............... 26a
Good Rio.............. 28a 25
W e n 'i'ng r.. 95
STAR CANDLES.............. 15
FLOUR, per b.......... ....... 6.0a 7.50
CANDY............. . ........ 15
HORSFORD'S'BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE................. 15
NAILS (10) keg..................50
B AGGI NG-Heav1y................15
ARROW TIES, per bunch....... 2 75
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per Lu............. 40a
AT A SACRIFICE !
MUST BE SOLD.
By calling early at the RER ALD BOOS
STORE, the following valuable boQks can
be obtained at the prices named:
Wesley's Sermons, 4 vols., $4.50 $3.00
Watson's Sermons, 2 vols., 5.00 4.00
Life of Wesley, 2.00 1.50
Headland of Faith, 1.50 1.00
Pastoral Theology, 1.50 1.00~
Mothers ?Qrtrait, 1.0 1.00
Mind and Heart in Religion, 1.25 90
Apostolical Succession, 1.25 90
Elements Mental Philosophy, 1.50 1.00
arolina 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 Earn'-st, 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 1.76
Life and Explorations of Dr.
Livingstone, 2.00 1.50
Thirty-Four Years, . 1.50 1.25
These books are all stapdard, and of such
a c'haracter as will adorn any Library, and
at the prices offered are decided bargains.
Besides the works named there is in
tock a numhb,- f miellaneous books
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The next Collegiate Year begins SEP
TEMBER 19T. Three courses of Instruc
tion, Classical, Scientific and Select. Tho
Preparatory Department is designed to lal
an ample and solid foundation for either ar
active business life or a higher course it
Tuition and Incidentals per half session,
$15 to $28.
Board, with furnished room, per month,
$I to $12.
G. W. HOLLAND, President.
Sep. 11, 37-1m.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES.-FOR
THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
In the matter of J. S. HAIR, Bankrupt.
To whom it may concern: The under
signed hereby gives notice of his appoint.
nient as Assignee of the Estate of J. S.
Hair, of Newberry, in the County of New.
berry, in said District; and who was, on
the 5th day of April, A. D., 1^4, adjudged
Bankrap!. upo,l his own Petition.
D1 ted at Ne.wberry, the 9ih day of Sep.
tember, A. D. IS78.
J. N. MARTIN.
Sep. 11, 37-3t,
OFFICE F TE COUNTY CoMMIsSoNMRS
EwBERRY, S. C Aug. 2u, 1878.
Sealed , roposals will be received at this
oflice until the l7th of September, 1S78, to
build a Bridge over Indian Creek, known
as Cromer's Bridge. The Board reserves
the right to reject any bid. Specifications
can be seen at this office.
Ly order of the Boir4.
L. B. MAFFETT, Chairman.
Z. P. MoSEs, qlerk.
Sep. 4, 36-3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Nelly Jones, on her ovn behalf, and on be.
half of all pthers, the C;editq.- 'of Robq
ert Ser'g, eeasd, Plaintiff.
William A. Fallaw, Adm'r., of Robert
Scruggs, dec'd., and others, Defendants.
Complaint for an Account and for the Sale
of Land to Pay Debts.
TQ William A. fallay, Administrator ol
Robert Scruggs, Jane Scruggs, Columbus
Scruggs, Richard Scruggs, Mary Sum.
mers, wife of Henry G. Summers, Eliza.
beth Fallaw, wife of William A. Faliaw,
Sallie Lewis, wife of -- Lewis, Greet.
For certain causes offered before the
Judge of the Probate Court, aA Newberr7
Court House, fhr the Colin'ty of Newberry,
in a certin domplaint, there exhibited
against you, by Nelly Jones, on her own
behalf, and on behalf of all others, the
Creditors of Robert Scruggs, deceased,
the Plaintif, you are commanded and strict
ly enjoined, that you appa1. in the said
Court, 9 be whercy 'dourt House aforesaid,
on the twentieth day after service hereof,
to plead, answer or demur to the said Peti
tion, and further to do and receive what
the said Court shall consider in the premi
sese; and in default thereof, an Order will
be granted, that the said Petition be taken~
as confessed, and an Attachment may be
issued against you.
Witness, James C. Leahy, Esquire, JTudge
of the said Court, at Newberry Court House,
in and for the County aforesaid, the twen
tieth day of January, in the year of our
Lord one thousand.eight hundred and sev
.ent.y-eight, and in the 102nd yee, qf the
Sovereignty and Ipegendence 6f the United
States of Au;erica.
BAXTER & JOHNSTONE,
[r,. s.] J. C. LE AHY, J. P. N. C.
To the Defendants, Columbus C. Scruggs
and Sallie Lewis, (wife of - Lewis):
Take notice that the original Summons
andiComplaint herein were filed in the of
* ice of the Judge of Probate for the County
of Newberry, in the State of South Carolina,
on the eighteenth day of January, 18718.
BAXTER & JOHNSTONE.
Aug. 14, 33-6c.
STATIONR of all Kids!
RERALD BOOK NTOREt
NOTE, PACKET, LETTER, FOOLSCAP,
FLAT CAP, BILL CAP anid LEGAL
ENVE.LOPES, INI(, PEiNS, PENCILS.
FANCY STATIONERY IN VARIETY,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
THDS. F. GRENEKER,
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Aug. 14, 33-tf,
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 vari'ed dueties of
the office. Besides he is a single man and
will, therefore, be .able, notwithstanding
the moderate compensation of the office, to
give it his entire time and attention.
July 24, 30-tf. CITIZENS.
HON. p). WYATT AIREN is hereby
nominated for re-election to Congress from
the 3d District.. .
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Oua M[oleTsE, Is a magaine devoted to gen
eral and religious readig. Its contsan
double column pages, and eyeiry endeavor wl
be made to Wk@ it wnrthl uoenyhol sb
scribefor it, as the entire subscription is devoted
to t e support of the orphans In the
of Clinton, S. C., by whom all the work upon It
is done. It is carefully edited and is worth the
p rice sked for It. Will not the friends of the
Orphanage get up alist of' subscribers for us and
so enable deserving boys to assist In supporting
All subscriptions shqqxld be sept at once to the
editor andl pyblisher,
' 1REV. WM. P. JACOBS,
Oct.820, 42-tf. Clinton, S. C.
SILVER AND GOLD
Ut of the BEST SrEZL
nd Commission Merch
Igents, Charleston, S
Rear View showg aeth d
lie so long and have met.*Jtb.
iat they are, (though greatly
particular, KDE OFTHR
manlike manner, and is, in1l
arket, while the fact is
NG THE SEED, FAST
be Fair, CenWn.3h Te3as Sta
ResPectfully refer too
__Who bAve ow Gins Id-us
ah man, A. J. Longsho
)At. E. Folk John C.
and M. M. Gpoc, C~miU~
rs. C. Mfinic and others.
Also, Gin Saws G1n
Twines, &c.,furns w
Gins at short-not0e,
SPRING AND S
Respectfully announce t
Newberry, that they have aw~z
elegant and cheap stock of '
CLOTHING FOR MEN '
which embraces a largev$ -'
LATEST STYLES AND P
SUIS which they can sefi
than ever before offered in hs
to which they now invite aLte
Thymake a specialay n?1
any one of the differecin
this seaso~ind the last .
HATS forimen andbioys of~l~
grades, together with ,FINE
prices which defy coinpetition./
Call and make an exi~inaiiz
purchasing elsewhere, andtseeif'o&
NOs 4 IOLLOIH N
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
CREAPER THAN STRYING A
You can get your horses w
BLEASKS STABLES for TE I
CFJITS. The most commodious's
the Southern States, and where
better cared for thani any.where else
HENRY H. BE
July 3, 1878-27-3m.
STATE OF SOUTH OAR
COUNTY OF NEWBE11
COURT OF COMMON P
JOSEPH CALDWELL, Plan~
AUGUST SCHIEI[ANN, DIefnd
To the Defendant August Schiemann. "
You are hereby summoned adni|
to answer the complaint in this s
which is filed in the office of the l
Common Pleas for the sid County, a
serve a copy of your answer to:h
complaint on the subscribers at, tlasir
at Newberry Gaurt House, South a
within twenty days after the service.h
esclusive of the day of such service;
if you fail to answer the complaint
the time aforeslid, the plaintiff in; thi
tibn will apply to the Court for the
demanded in the comnplint.
Dated Newberry, Aug. 28th, k. D.
SUBER & CALDWI4,
To the Defendant August Schiamalin.
Take notice, that the comnplaint3e -
action was filed in the offiee of the Ce
the Court of the Common Plea fee,
berry County, in the said Staien 4h
ond day of September, A. D. 18Z& >
These TIES are made c
IRON, being Complete;
no buckle to become lost.
For sale by all dealers a
in every Southern City.
SLOAN & SEIGNIOUS,
Aug. 7, 32-3m.
IS EQUAL TO THE BES'
[veiy Ma hii ararife
A PERFECT SELF-FEEBE
These nywhii sy ae b.een hore theut
petlo;i, t4at it is6hiy nedessary to ad(I t,
.=1rat~dt be agiere maciei ever
ffIALS, and ontruted in a gthooa, w.r
ther respe, the e l of an G n the
FA AH D OF AL OTREKS Vi CLEANI
AND SMOOTH RUNNING.
Received the premium at the Georgia Sta
ton, May, 187, find other State and County'
REDUCED PRICE LIST OF COTTON 01
Sizes. of t e e e
--ng Atah tachents
'mens IWt) Condense
-s$aw S-76 0U.... i97 5..$100
35' 8750:..-113 75.....14000
40 " 100 001. 1W00.
45 UO 100 14 7-.::: 17325
50 " 120 00j...... 15s 50...... 185 00
60 " 130 001 ..... 166 00...... 202 00
July 24, 30-21.
Hardware and Cutlery
E. S. COPPOCK. wM. JOHNSON
nm STO T rRD ainRi
(n tae Store formerly occupied by
8. P. EBo,er & Co.
Io. 3, Mlloh1n Row.
corn & ann5
Which #4Te SeeQjogght
Ti SELL AT O t RICES,
NOTIC TO F1IIERS,
The undersigned have just received a firsi
rate lot of Patent Balances from 150 to 500
pounds, and Steelyards from 100 to 200
pounds, that will be sold lower than ever
offered in this market before.
Also, a fresh lot of Wagon .and Riding
Saddles, Wagon Breeching, Lines and Coi'
lars, Sole and Upper Leather, Way'ness and
Whang Leather. .4U of igiich wi1 he of
fered at low pyiceit.
Agents for all kinds Machinery.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Sep. 2, 1878-365-Lf.
This Gin has the name of being superior
to any other in use for making a fine sam
pie and taking th'e lint from the see.
Call and examine, at the Hardware Store
of COPPOCK & JOHNSQN, Agents.
July 10, 28-tf'.
Jtreceived a first rate lot of RUBBER
BELTING, 3 ply, which will be sold lower
than ever offered in this market.
Call and examine before buying, at
COIPPOCK & JOHNSON'S
Jun. 12, 24-tf. No. 3, Mollohon Row.
I0FO??R & JOflSON
Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
ENAMELED READY MIXED PAINTS,
call and see samples of same. 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.
LERRN AN OftilR9
FOR SALE AT
FAT' DRUG STOR
Aug. 21, 34-tf.
OFFIcE OF THE COuNTY 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 Bridge over Bush River,
known as Croft's Old Bridge. The Board
reserves the right to reject any bid. Speci
fications can be seen at this office untii 17th
By order of the Boa r.
L. B. MAFFETT, Chairman.
Z. P. MosE3, Clerk.
A ug. 28, 35-4t.
All n~r~an,,@ hfllAifl~ A~manAn *oain,at the