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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, 1878.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Blease Hotel.
Dr. C. McLane's Vermifuge.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
M. Foot-Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.
J. C. Leahy-Probatc Sales-Citations.
F. D Graham-Administrator's Notice.
C. F. Jackson-Dry Goods, Notions, &c.
Christian & Smith-The Latest Thing Out.
E. P. Chalmers-Notice-ComplAint for
W. P. Hix-To the Teachers of Newberry
U n tY .
B. J. Ramage & Son-Dry Goods, Groce
W. M. Dorroh, C. D. Burton and J. D. Pitts
The Calverwell Medical Co.-The Great
Cause of Human Misery.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Everybody uses "Palm," the best Soap
out. At B. J. Ranage & Son's. 2m
Articles are crowded out of this issue.
A choice lot of Teas, at H, A. Burns'.
Mr. W. H. Lathrop lost one of his
children, a boy, the 8th inst.; died of
If you want a good Article of Soap,
use the PALM, which is to be found al
ways on hand at B. J. Ramage & Son's
Grocery. . 41-2m.
Right Rev. W. B. W. Howe will offi
ciate at the Episcopal Church next Sun
day, the 20th instant.
Another lot of those Fresh Crackers
in variety, and French Candy, at H. A.
Messrs. Christian & Smith
Make announcement to the traveling
public this week as to accommodation
for man or beast. See their card for
prices, which are exceedingly low.
Everybody uses Crampton's "Palm"
Soap. Try it. For sale at B. J. Ram
age & Son's Grocery. 41-2m.
The appointment for Gilder's Creek
Church for the fourth Sunday has been
recalled. Thera will be preaching and
communion services the fourth Sunday
Go to Barns' for your Fruiits-Or
anges, Apples, Bananas, Lemons, to be
had at the Confectionery of
40-tf H. A. BURNS.
Is called to to the card of Mr. Henry
Blease in this issue, from which it will
be seen that his commodious hotel is
open for the reception of guests, of
whom he is prepared to accommodate
a large number.
When you make your purchases, tiy
some of Crampton's PALM, the best
Soap out. It can be had, recollect, at
B. J. Ramage & Son's. 41-2m.
Do So an~d Oblige.
vITh.readers of the HERALD wvhen
purehasing goods from any of our ad
eriigpatrons will confer a favor on
saw their advertisement in this paper.
So do and oblige.
gw Nominations not exceeding one
square will be inserted for $5, in ad
vance. . f
Messrs. Ramage & Son make an an
nouncement in print this week that
they have in store a fine selection of
goods, which they will be reasonable
enough to sell for very short profits.
Their goods, bear in mind, were select
ed by an expert, so dlo not be afraid.
PAEN SOAP. PALM SOAP.
* PALK SOAP.
PALM SOAP. PALM SOAP.
AT B.3J. RAKWAGE & SON'S.
Capt. Whites, County Treasurer, tells
us that out of about 6,000 taxpayers, up
to this (Tuesday) morning only 1,169
~ad paid in full. The amount paid in
s $6,841.013, less than one-eighth of the
whole amount to be collected. And
only two more weeks to pay in! What's
The little people find that Burns keeps
the sweetest Confectionery, and the old
people encourage them to go there be
cause they know it is so. Go to
Mr. John H. James will accept the
editors' thanks for an elegant piece of
buff calf skin with the considerate ad
vice that it be made utp into shoes for
our wives. It is certainly the prettiest
.piece of leather we have seen manu
factured in Newberry.
Crampton's "Palm" at B. J. Ramage
& Son's. Buy it, if you want a good
Shall we have Court.
At a meeting of the Newberry Bar
the 9th, L J. Jones, Chairman and J.
L. Blease, Secretary, the following reso
lation was adopted:
Resolved, That we request Chief Jus
ice Willard to assign us either Judge
allace or Judge Pressley to hold Court
this place on the first Monday mn
ember next, or as soon thereafter
ox, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
rroof of the benefit of ad
wnin the following: A
Saturday and left an
ined oats for sale, and
GRAND RALLY ,T PROSPERITY
BUTLER, CARY, AK-7N, SHEPPARD!
There will be a Grmnd Democratic
Rally at Prosperity, Fi day, the 18th
instant, to which all Dem-crats and all
colored citizens, whether 11emocrats or
Republicans, are respectfu41y invited.
Speeches will be made by But'er, Gary,
Aiken, Sheppard and others. A. rous
ing big barbecue, free to al. will be
pl epared for the occasion.
QUERY : iWhy will men smoke
common tobaco, when they c tn buy
Marburg Bros. 'Seal of Nor t C.Caro
lina,' at the same price?'! 5-ly.
We are pleased in being able to :m
part the intelligence that this popular
hostelry is again in the possession of
Mr. Gorman, .who will run it with his
usual ability henceforward. It is pleas
ant to know beside that the office is
again presided over by that polite and
efficient gentleman, Mr. Cologne. Suc
cess to the Columbia.
Crampton Brothers' Soap at B. J.
Ramage & Son's Grocery. It is the
best. Try it. 41-2m.
Many of our patrons have responded
to the call to come and pay arrearages,
but there are others who have failed to
help in making us happy. We trust
nothing serious is the matter, and that
they are sleeping but not dead. We
should be sorry to be forced to write
their obituaries. Come in very soon,
dear friends, our heart yearns to you.
gr All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
And up to time, is the old established
and reliable dealer, Mr. M. Foot, who
issues his card this week, and seasons it
with the wholesome advice that the
public call and examine his stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Mr. Foot
has been favorably known to this com
munity for over twenty years, and has
established the fact that his word is as
good as his bond.
Ogburn's Best, Free and Easy and T.
C. D. Tobacco, at H. A. Burns'. 21-tf
James Connor, Isaac Hayne and
Geo. D. Bryan, trustees for the bond
holders of the Laurens Railroad. have
placed the Road in the hands of R. Li.
McCaughrin, Esq., as their agent. Mr.
McCaughrin has taken charge and has
made arrangements for the G. & C.
R. R. to supply the rolling stock, as the
Laurens Road has none. The well
known business capacity of Mr. Mc
Caughrin is an assurance to the bond
holders that the road will be managed
in the best manner possible.
PALM Soap is the best Washing
Soap for Family Use. Don't forget to
call on B. J. Ramiage & Son, and ask
for it. 41-2m.
He Means Business
And he is eminently correct, for the
man who runs on an old time schedule
will surely have to switch off and clear
the track for some one else who is run
ning a fast express. And the man al
luded to is none other than Mr. C. F.
Jackson, of Columbia, the popular dry
goods dealer, who is as widely known
as the HERALD, in every issue of which'
for a decade of years, hs name and
business has appeared. His unique and
attractive card in this issue we take
pleasure in caliing particular attention
to. Read, reflect and inwardly digest.
The suggestion made in the News of'
last issue, in regard to the republication
of Judge O'Neall's annals of Newberry,
now nearly out of print, with such ad
ditional matter as can be collected up
to the present time, is a good one and
will no doubt meet with a bearty re
spose. Mr. T. P. Slider is mentioned
as qualified for this interesting work,
his intimate acquaintance with the
Judge having afforded the opportunity
to store up in memory many remini
scences never published, and these with
much other of anecdote and history if
compiled will make the book now pro
posed to be published one of peculiar
interest. Let him go to work at once.
The Services at the Baptist Church.
Religious services have beeni held at
the Baptist Church for the past week,
and are still in progress. Rev. W. H.
Strickland, of Anderson, came down
Wednesday to assist the pastor, and
has preached several sermons since.
His sermons on "blind Bartimeus,"
- Paul before Felix," " Dives and Laz
arus," " Why will ye die?" were very
fine. With out any special gift of oratory,
his originality, plainness of speech and
aptness of illustration make him a very
interesting and attractive preacher.
And he preaches the gospel, pure and
simple. His work here has produced
gratifying results. There have been
several additions to the Church, and the
entire membership have been benefited.
The services will be continued until
Thursday. Preaching at 4 o'clock P. M.,
and at night.
The alenmbic of the Chemist or the
science of the Botanist has made no
discovery of greater value to man
Rind than DR. HARTER'S ELIXIR OF
WID CHERRY, which removes all
:.... ...iitis of the bowels hrings|
AULD LANG SYNE.
A Retrospect of the Past-Newberry
Thirty-Four Years Ago.
A former citizen, a native, of New
berry has sent us a scrap of history that
will prove highly interesting to our
readers. It is a copy of a Business Di
rectory of the Village of Newberry for
the years 1844-5. In the thirty-four
years that have passed since then, how
many changes have taken pla.ce! Most
of those whose names appear in this
Diiectory have gone to their long home.
Others have moved away. We give
below a copy of the Directory, with
notes showing, as far as we could
ascertain, what has become of the
persons named. The italic letters at
tached to the names are explained in
the note below.
Dity GoOIS AND MERCHANDISE.-R.
R. Pratt,a McMorries,a & Holman,a
Wm. T. Moore,a Robt. Stewart,a A. H.
Abrams,a Swindler,a & Harris,a Steel,b
& Gracy,a Welch,a & Glasgow,a.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
Mrs. S. Hurd,c Mrs. W. T. Moore,a
CONFECTIONERY AND FRUITS.-A. M.
Wicker,a Anthony Gilbal,a.
MERCHANT TAILORS AND FURNISH
NG GoODS.-Mooney,a & Curtis,a
Ford,a & Swindler,a Win. O'Conner,d.
SADDLFS AND HARNESS.-S Hurd,c
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.-JOSeph
Kraft, M. Blats,a.
CARRIAGE SHO.-Gideon Boyd.
BLACKSMITH Sirops.-N. A,Hunter,a
P. C. Caldwell,a.
HOUSE BUi.DERS.-WM. R. Lane,g
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS.-WIn.
C. Johnson,g James Fleck,a P. H.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.-WM.
PRINCIPAL MALE ACADEMY.-DT'I
TEACHERS INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC.
Prof. Gusman,a Oscar Black,a.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.-A. G. Sum
mer,a Henry Summer,a L. J. Jones,g
J. H. Williams,h G. G. DeW.lt,i G. D.
Epps,a P. C. Caldwell.a J. J. Cald
well,a B. J. Ramage,g Simeon Fair,a
'. H. Pope,a J. M. Crosson.j J. Mc.
PHYSICIANS AND SUR~GEONS.-B. H.
Waldo,a P. B. Ruff,g W. H. Harring
ton,k W. F. Pratt,a T. W. Thompson,a
J. C. Caldwell,a Jno. Long,k Borr
STATE SENATOR.-JnO. P. Neel,a.
REPRESENTATIVES.--Dr. J. H. King,a
Simeon Fair,a Isaac Herbert,a.
Drug Stores, Printing Offices, Tin
Shops and Railroads are unknown to
the people of New berry,
HoTELs.-Planter's Hotel-Jno. B.
Black,l Proprietor; Brick Hotel-G. T.
Scott,a Proprietor; Jacob Suminer,a
Hotel Clerk and Post Master.
The Stage Office is kept at the latter
Hotel. A Tri-weekly line of 'stages
runs between here aid Columbia, car
rying passengers and the U. S. Mail.
Leave Newberry on Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday mornings at 2 o'clock ;
arrive from Columbia Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 8 P. M. -bad
weather, 11 P. M. Fare between here
and Columbia $4.50.
Only two Churches, Baptist and
Methodist. Services every two weeks.
SERIFF.-Jno. P. Kinard,i; Deputy,
CLERK OF COURT.-Y- J. Harring
COMISSIONER IN EQUrrY.-L. J.
ORDINARY.-Hulgh K. Boyd,a.
a, dead; b, Alabama; c, Connecticut;
ci, Greenville Co., S. C.; e, Laurens, S.
C.; f, Union, S. C.; g, still here; h,
Arkansas; i, County; j, Judge in Tex
as; k, Mississppi; 4, Spartanburg Co.,
iver is King.
The Liver is the imperial organ of
the whole human system. as it con
trols the life, health and happiness of
man. When it is disturbed in its pro
per action, all kinds of ailments are the
naatural result. The digestion of food,
the movements of the heart and blood,
he 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
August Flower is unequalled in curing
ll persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
Liver Complaint, and all the numerous
symptoms that result from an un
healthy condition of the Liver and
Stomach. Sample bottles to try, 10
ents. Positively sold in all towns on
the Western Continent. Three doses
will prove that it is just what you want.
"Change is written on the tide," and
we suppose that little Dombey was im
pressed with that idea when he asked
his sister "what are the wild waves
saying," tantamount to what are they
g now. Everything changes, nor
can we do without change, small
change particularly. "This world
would be a wild" without it. One of
the notable changes of the day to which
we feel called upon to invite attention
is that being made in the city of Colum
bia, on the Main Street and directly op
posite the Columbia Hotel in the store of
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath. It con
sists in the addition to their already
large stock of all the latest novelties in
China Glss Wood Iron Crokery
[From our Friday's Etra.j
Ihe Republican Conveotion.
Delegates at Sea --- A
Long and Noisy Ses
sion. The Nomi
nations. A good
Ticket to Beat.
The Republican Convention of New
berry County met in the Court House
yesterday morning, the 10th, at 11
o'clock, in obedience to the call of Ja.9
A. Henderson, County Chairman, and
went into secret session. James A.
Henderson took the chair as tempo
rary chairman. For permanent chair
man John T. Henderson, of No. 4,
and Alan T. Rice, of No. -, were
nominated. Rice was elected, and
Lafayette Sims chosen secretary.
There were two contesting delegatious
from No. 1; one headed by James A.
Henderson, the other by Jas. W. Ei
chelberger. After wrangling over this
contest till night the Henderson dele
gation were seated, and the
DOORS WERE THROWN OPEN.
The following resolution was pre
sented by the Executive Committee of
NEWBERRY C. HI., S. C.
Oct. 10, 1878.
At the 5th meeting of t.he Execu
tive Committee of the Union Repub
lican Party of Newberry County, it
was agreed to recommend the County
Convention to nominate for the House
of Representatives two Democrats and.
one Republican ; for County Coninis
sioners one Democrat and two Repub
licans ; for Probate Judge one Dewo
crat ; for School Commissioner one
Democrat, J. C. Boyd ; for Corner
J. A. Henderson, M. 0. McMorris,
S. W. Chappell, Jordan Gary,
C. L. Spann, D. F. Lyles,
W. R. Brown, C. B. Bowers.
Two members of the committee t
were absent, and one, B. B Boozer,
would not agree to the resolution.
Boozer spoke against the resolution.
He said I stand here to demand our
rights. The Democrats have denied us
our rights-they have denied them to
the poor classes. Have had two special
elections, and did they put a negro on
their tickets? In favor of two Republi
cans and one Democrat for the Legisla-]
ture. We can elect them. Let them
count us out. No more than they did
in the special elections. We'll prove
that there is more than one dishonest
party in the State. If we put on only
one Republican they'll count him out;
let us give them the chance to count
At this stage of the proceedings a
communication from .J. F. J. Caldwell,
Esq., Chairman of the County Demo
ratic Executive Committee, was re
ceived, asking permisssion to make a
speech to the Convention. N. Parker
moved to hear him; carried, and time
fixed at thirty minutes. While a com
mittee was gone after Mr. Caldwell, F.
L. Hix moved to hear J. W, Eichelber
ger. Carried by a small majority. He
took the stand, but those who didn't
wish to hear him kept up such a noise
that he couldn't speak. A motion was
made to hear Geo. Johnstone, Esq., and
MR. CALDWELL'S SPEECH.
Mr. Caldwell took the stand. He
said, I have come here from a sick bed,I
and know that you will hear me. You
never fail to respect a man who treats
you respectfully. I come in the inter
est of the colored man and the white
man. It is tbe first time I ever set foot
in a Republican Convention. I cazne
here at the request of many friends, and
by your consent, in the interest of peace.
I am a man of peace-have never shirk
ed duty or danger, but have never gone
out of my way to injure anybody. TheI
whole people are in a distracted state.
The mass of both parties have hon
est purposes and desire to do what is
right. It is best to come together and
talk frankly. It behooves us all, white
and black, to decide the best measures I
for the County. Our interests are the,
same. The white and colored men are,
bound together in interest. They, who
tell you differently are stupid or vicious 1
demagogues. Might as well say that
two men should be enemies because 1
one's hair is black and the other's
brown, as to say the two races must be
at enmity because one is black and the I
other white. We and you are here to
gether by Providenee. He has some
good purpose in view. We are here to
live and work together. Let all enmi
ty cease between us. I have nothing
to say against any man here unless it
be some man who wants to sink his race:
and rise on its ruins. Such an one is a 1
villain. Are there any delegates here
seeking their own elevation and trying
to keep down their race? (A voice- 1
Very few, and we are watching them.)
I have a proposition to make to you:
it is that, for the sake of peace and har
mony between the races and for the
good of our common County, you let I
the Democrats try their ticket, this,
one time. (A voice-Yes, and let
us try onrs.) Don't ask you to abandon
your~ party; don't ask you to endorse
the Democratic ticket, though it would
be a gratification were you to do so.
The Republican party has not come up
to the expectations of the colored man;
he has had to fight his own battles
alone. It has only arrayed you against 5
your friends. If you will agree just this I
one time to make no opposition I assuret
you it will be better for you and better
for the whole County.
The speech was listened to with mark- E
ed respect, the only interruptions com- t
ing from Andrew Finney, an ignorant 1
and violent fellow, and Kent Gallman,
the negro who stole Mr. Jno. Hayes' .
cow two weeks ago, and who will get a
pasott h eietaya ona
epavepor ortPntn. rya ona
At he se Cofthesec.efc
prA enclseof pthespechn aprgecty
upra onhsfeet shotipat the targely
his voiett. Nhngcld eeardelgt or
wason Ai fet stn mae ttop dorn
hi vo.ie . ohig ld. be her or
done. A motion was made to adjourn
break up the Convention, smelt a rat,
and quietly laid down on the benches
to await the reassembling. Checkma
ted at this point the delegates secured
the hall over J. D. Cash's Grocery
Store and thus got the inside track.
They went into secret session, newspa
per men being admitted; so the object
:f secret session was not to prevent
their actions being known but to pre
The resolution of the Executive Com
mittee was voted down.
J. A. Henderson moved to go into
J. C. Leahv, Probate Judge, the on
ly white delegate, spoke against the
otion. le said: I did not desire to
have anything to say in this Convention.
But you have sustained and honored me
For eight years, and are therefore enti
-led to whatever advice and counsel I
an give you. It is well to consider
ind weigh our chances of success. We
lo not assemble under as favorable
tuspices as we have in the past.
A1ways before we were sure of
;uccess. We were sustained by the
LTational administration and by the
state adminstration. We had friends
wverywhere. We had the Commission
n-s of Election and all the machinery
n our own hands. Now, we have lost
>ur power in the State, and have very
ittle hold on the Cc--ity. The election
aws hai e been cia.,ed in sach a way
is to work against Us. Th- opposition
s well organized. They can cast a full
7ote. If we put up a ticket it will be
eaten-impossible to elect a single Re
)ublican. With the certainty of defeat,
hall we engender bad feeling and run
tl the risks of a campaign ? I would
ike to see a few intelligent republicans
n the Legislature. It would help the
lemocratic party. We suffered from
iaving nobody to watch us. But I am
Lfraid we have not the kind of men in
ur party who would repay the trouble
)f electing them. If we had a man
ith the speaking capacity of a Thomas
)r an Elliott it would be different.
This speech was listened to very res
)ectfully, but produer d no effect.
Parker said : We came hc re to make
ominations,. and not to lament over our
ondition. In favor of two "niggers"
Lnd one white man.
Harrv B. Scott said: We have too
ong suffered ignorant and vile men to
-ule oi er us. Wait no extreme meas
ires; only want representation; in fa
ror of two democrats and one republi
:an. We must hold together and stand
-eady to unite in 1880 with the Green
)ack Party, the party of the laboring
nan. It is willing to take in all,
John T. Henderson: Want to make
iominations; don't care whether one
vhite man or two. There is talk of in
imidation; don'L believe the democrats
vould resort to any such measure.
M. C. MeMorris agreed with Leahy.
The motion to nominate was adopt
ed. The following nominations were
nade for the House of Representatives:
i. W. Chappell, B. B. Boozer, F. L. Hix,
5. W. McMorris, J. A. Henderson, Jno.
LC. Henderson, Lawrence Jones, C.L.
spann, Rich'd James, H. B. Scott-col
red republicans; Jno. T. Peterson, W.
V. Dorroh, Geo. Johnstonie-white
On the first ballot the votes stood :
Boozer 1, Hix 2, McMorris 61, John. T,
lenderson 10, James A. Henderson, 10,
pannm 1, Scott 2, James 1. McMforris
vas declared elected. He is a mrulatto,
Lbout 24 years old ; lives in town, but- has
>een; teaching school in the country, a
vhile near Saluda. Old Town ; more recent
y in No. 9 Township.
Belton B. Boozer, a coal black of No. 8,
as next nominated for the house-no nom
nation for the third place.
For County Commissioners-Wesley R.
3rown, Henry Kennedy-no nomination for
,he third place. Probate Judge, no nomi
iationl; School Commissioner, no nomina
.ion ; Coroner, J. A. Henderson.
There is much dissatisfaction in the ranks.
rim Eichelberger and others say they are
~oing to take the stump against it.
The vacancies are to be filled by the
Jounty Executive Committee on the 17trh
st. 'There seemis to be no doubt that all
he vacancies will be filled with the names
No family can feel that it has a
erfect safeguard against the insidious
tacks of disease unless it keeps
-eady for any emergency a supply of
DR. HARTER'S LIVER PILLS.
For sale by all Druggists. Dowie
a oise, Wholesale Agents, Charles
An, S. C.
rhe New School Books.
The State Board of Education it is
mown adopted certain books for the use
>f schools so as to insure a uniform se
les. As an inducement for their speedy
ntroduction .and to further a system
which must work to the general advan
age, the books are all offered for three
nonths at about half the retail price,
nd with the additional offer of taking
p the old books now in use. For in
tance the scholar has a first $anders'
eader which cost 80 cents, well, this
ader can be exchanged for one of Ap
leton's fi.rst readers by paying the
mall sum of ten cents; or a Reynolds'
irst reader for six cents; and in like
nanner and proportion as to the higher
-eaders. The same as to geographies,
ritmetics, dictionaries, spellers, &c.,
in echange being made on all, and all
eing offered at the introductory price
hich is about half. The Board leaves
t optional whether Appleton's or Rey
olds' readers are used. The adoption
ia uniform system like this must work
vell, as it will not necessitate the buy
g of so many different books, any of
vhich are liable to be discarded by the
eacher for others, according to his taste
r opinion. Again by this means the
ooks can be handed down from one
hild to another and used until they are
orn out. The multiplicity of books
nd diversity of tastes have been the
ad cause of a vast waste of money, and
ikewise of causing not a few to keep
heir children from school altogether
'ather than incur the expense of con
tantly buying new books. Remember
hat the introductory or reduced rates
iold good only for three months.
For one we heartily endorse the
dea, and hope all the schools private
and public will go into it at once.
trrvals at Blease Hotel.
Simeon Brooks, Capt. Asa Davis and wife,
japt. Win. Satterwhite, Mrs. Nannie Satter
whit, County; H. G. Elkins, Rufus L. Lett,
Jharlie Stuart, Teini.; J1. Maxcy, Rev. J. A.
tigh and son, Prosperity; John Landrum,
;Dr. J.. r. Hobs a nd sn HQn Station:
The County Fair.
Our County Fair, it will be borne in
mind, is to be held on the 20th and 21st
of November, and it behooves our people
to be active in preparation if they would
have it a success. Many years have
elapsed since we have had an Agricul
tural Fair and now that we have deter
mined wisely to start the ball in motion,
let the people of Newberry give it a
good send off. Of course no one expects
it to take a premium over the State or
County Fairs which have bad a fairer
and longer start, but it can be made a
respectable success, and we hope that
everybody will contribute to the very
best of their ability to make it so. We
The Treasurer urges those who have
not paid their fees to do so at once.
Everything conducive to the bet
ter cnndition of the baby is sure to
attract attention ; and hence it is that
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is becoming
more and more appreciated, as its
wonderful influence in subduing the
diseases of babyhood becomes recog
uized. Priee 25 cents.
Dr. J. W. Folk, of Jalapa, is on a
visit to New York.
Capt. J. C. Wardlaw returned to New
berry last week after a prolonged ab
Mr. W. P. Hix, General Southern
Agent for the publishing house of Apple
ton & Co., favored us with a visit last
We are pleased to announce the re
turn home of Gen. Y. J. Pope, and to
add further that he will remain. He
has been much missed.
Rev. S. P. Hughes, who is engaged
in the good work of getting up an en
dowment fund for Newberry College,
was in town a few weeks ago.
Mr. Solomon P. Kinard, after a few
weeks' visit fo relatives and friends in
town and County, has returned to his
home at Easly Station, Pickens County.
Mr. P. D. Mazyck is back again from
Abbeville. He is occupying the position
made vacant by Mr. Angel in the tele
graph office, the latter acting as ship
ping clerk at the depot,
Mr. MeSmith, of the popular Green
ville Music House, was in town on
Saturday last. He says the people of
Newberry shall hear from him through
the HERALD with no uncertain note
NEwBERRY, S. C., Oct. 15.-Cotton quiet
Numb3r of Bales shipped during week,
Newberry Prices Current.
By' J. N. MA R TIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 5
Shoulders Sup Cured..
Sides, C. E., hew............. 9
DRY f STTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a 8~
Sides, Long Clear........ 8
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces...........12j
Leaf, in Buckets............ 13
Granulated Standard...... 12a
Extra C.................. 12&
Coffee C.................... 11
New Orleans......... 12j
New Orleans Syrup... 76
New Orleans M'olasses. 40
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hyson.............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched..... 0
Best Rio.............. 26a
Good Rio.............. 2a 25
Cider Vinegar...... 50
White Wine Vinegar..- 65
SOAP.......................-- 6 10
STAR CANDLES................ 16
FLOUR, per bbl.......... ...... 6.00a 7.50
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 15
ENGLISH SODA................. 10
HORSFORD'S B AKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BA KTNG POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 15
NAILS (10) ker.. ................ 3.50
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 2 75
RED) CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per ku............. 40a
FOR THE LECGISLATURE.-C. H. Suber,
Dr. Wnm. M. Dorroh a: d Jno. T. Peterson.
FOR COUNTY CoMMIssIoNERs.-Sam'l W.
Cannon, W. W. Houseal and Maj. John
Sinms, of Mollohon.
FoR ScHOOL CoMMISIONE.-JIno. A.
FoR PROBATE JUDGE-Silas Johnstone.
Sep. 11, 37-tf.
HON. D. WYATT AIKEN is hereby
nominated for re-election to Congress from
the 3d District.
I will spply for final discharge as Guar
diat of William C. Gilliam, to the Court of
Probate for Newberry County, on the 9th
day of November ne.;t.
3d October, 1878. 41-5t.
I will sell, at the late residence of Win.
Appleton Elmore, deceased, on Tuesday,
the 29th day of October, 1878, at 10 o'clock,
A. Y.., all the personal property of said de
ceased, to-wit: 4 mules, 1 horse, 12 hogs,
1 cow and yearling, 1 cotton gin, 1 thresh
er, new saddles, bridles and harness, sad
diers' hardware and tools, 2 wagons, 1 bug
gyand harness, carpenters' .and black
smiths' tools, corn and fodder, wheat, cot
ton seed, household and kitchen furniture,
and other articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS-CASH. Property to be paid
for at once and delivered immediately.
V . .L.. ~.4
SOUTHWEST CORNER MAR
IMPORTER OF AND T
Always has the Largest -Vari
House Furnishing Goods,
Also, has Carriage and Wagon Buildii
Saws, Gumimer. !kiting. i'ackiz
Lime, Ccment, Plaster, Hair, Laths, Gi
Putty, Varnisli, I!
Plow Iron,. Plow Steel, Plow Chains, Tir
and Mule Shoes, Steel Turning and I
Back Bands, Heel Bolts, Grass
Wagon, Coil, Well and Halter Chains; Gz
Has the Agency for the c
Which are sold at greatly reduced prices
@ All Orders, accompanied with the Mo:i
have prompt and careful attention.
Stoves and I
THE LARGEST AN]
COOKING AND HI
Ever brought to this market
PLAIN, PRESSED AND JA
Which I will sell cheaper thai
OLD STOVES AND TIN-WARE RI
- You can find me in the large Store oppos
Lipscomb & Mayes.
Oct. 2, 40-8t.
Respectfully call attention to the ir spleu
did stock of
FALL AND WINTER CL.OTHING.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST COMPLETE
Ever Offered to the Public.
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
AT RIOM BEO PRIfE!'
Which Defy CompetitioR.
Hats, Shoes, Umbrelias,1
SHIRTS, LOWER THAN EVER. ~
And all other kinds of GENTLEMEN'S and,
YOUTHS' FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 4, Mollohon Row. -
CALL AND BE CONVINOED.
R. H. WRlCHT.
J . W. COPPOC K.
Sep. 25, .39-if.
STATE OF SOUfH CAROLINA
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge. .
Whereas, Jane C. Coate, hath made suit
to me, to grant them Letters of Admmn
istration of the tstate and effects-of John
W. Goate, .deceased.
These are therefore to cite a&nd admonish
all and singular,' the k'ndred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, betore me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Newberry Court House,
. C., on the 25th day of -October next, c
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock jn
the forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration should r
not be granted. Given under my Hand,
this 8th day of October, Anno Domini,
188. J. C. LEA HY, .i. i. N. C.
Oct 8,. 41-2t.
FOR SALE AT
FNT8 DRUG S~TORi*
Aug. 21, 34-tf. t
OFICE OF THE COUN'rY CoMMISSIoNERs,
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. 1, 1878-.
All person~s having claims -against the C
County of Newberry, for the fiscal year v
ending 1st Nov., 1878, will hand them in s
r.o this office on or before that date. -p
By order of the Board: MOESilek
Oc.Z 04 . P.OS,Clr. f
Exunnnnint' Ni c h e.an
All persons indebted to the estate of
ANi> TAYLOR STREETS,
31A, S. 0.
UALER IN GENERAL
ty of Building, Hardware,
MechAnics' Tools, etc.,
and Triniming Material, Circular
ig and Lacing, Babbit Metal,
'idstons,. Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
ac and Brushes.
e, Band and Horse Shoe Iron, Horse
:nl Tongue Plows, Cotton Sweeps,
Rods, Clevices, Plow Lines,
ain Cradles, Grain and Grass Scythes.
lebrated and Superior
; also Castings for .une of all kinds.
ey or satisfactoLy City References, will
Ot. 9, 41-3m.
) BEST LOT OF
, Also a large stock of
i anybody in this market.
PARED AT SHORT NOTIME
ite the Court House, forwerlj oced
fardwhre and-- cutery
S. CoPPOCK. WM. JoEmSoN
In the 8tore formerly occupied by
S. P. Booser& Co.
No. 3., Moli.hon ReW.
Which 'Have Been Bought
ro SELL ATHOWU RIESI
NOTICE T IMRHIR
The undersigned have just received a first
ate lot of Patent Balances from 150 to 500
ounds, and Steelyards from 100 to-200
ounds, t.hat will be sold lower. than. ever
ifered in this market before.
Also, a fresh-lot of Wagpxu and Riib
addIes, Wagon Breechinglines and Col
irs, Sole and Upper Leather, Earness and
Yang Leather." All of which will be of
red at low prices.
Agents for all kinds Machmnery.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Sep. 2, 1878-36-tf.
This Giui hab the name of being superio~r
Sany other in use-for making a fine amr
le and taking the lint from.the seed.
Call and examine, at the Hardware'Store
f COPPOCK & JOHNSON, Agents
July 10, 28-tf.
Just received a first rate lot of RUBBER
ELTING, 3 ply, which will be sold lower
ian ever offered in this market.
all and examine before buying, at
COPPOCK & JOHNSON'S.
Jun. 12, 24-tf. No. 3, Mollohon Row-'
00OPPORK & JOIN
Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
NAMELED READY MIXED PAINTS,
ill and see samples of same. Also, AT'
ANTIa WHITE LEAD) AND OJLS, ANDN
ANCY PAINTS. We will.sell within the
each of every one, FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
[. Hopson Piuckney's Boardlag
and Day School for Young LadIes,
t the N. W. Cor. Wentworth and Entlodge
Streets, Charleston, S. C.
The 13th Annual Session of this School
ill open On the 1st Monday in October.
For terms, apply to the Principal.
Sep. 18, 38-1mn.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE -COMMON PLEAS.
irginia V. Carrington, Plaintiff, against
John J. Carrington, Defendant.
ammnons for Relief Complaint not served.
To the Defendant,.John J. Carrington.
You are hereby summoned and required
answer the complaint in this action,
hich is filed in the oficee of the Clerk of
e Court of Common Pleas for said county,
2d to sei-ve a copy of your answer to the
dd complaint on the subscribers at their
lice, at Newberry' Court House, South
arolina, within twenty days after the iser
ice hereof, exclusive of the .day of such
irvice ; and if you fail to answer the comt
laint within the time aforesaid, the.plan
ft in this aition will apply to the (Tourt
r the relief demanded in the complaist.
Dated Newberry, Sept.'17, A.D.,-1878
SUBER & GALDWBLL,
To the Defendant, John J. Carriwgton.
'Polr~ nntnn that th~ (~mnIaint in titia