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Special and LocaL
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1878
lDZx TO NEw ADVERTISERETs.
To Our Patrons.
J. C. Leahy-P?robate Sales.
Z. P. Moses-Election Nutice.
D..B. Wheeler-Sherifrs Sales.
James A. Henderson-A Card.
S. P. Boozer-Stoves and Tinware.
Ebenezer P. Chalmers-Sale of Land.
James W. Eichelberger-Coroner's Sale.
Thomas B. Chalimers-Mortgagee Sale.
Coppock & Johnson-The Best Thing Out
S. & A. and S. U. & C. R. R -Change o
tices in this local column are inserted a
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal inter
e4s, tributes of,respect, :c. are charge&
as regular advertisements at $1 Pe
Notices of administration, and othe
-r legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well a
communications of a personal charactet
nust be paid for in advance
The subscription price qf the Heral
is $2.-OLfor twelve months, $1.00 for s-1
months, 50 cents for three months ano
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed or
the subscription books until the cash 01
its eiivajen is paid.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master al
Prosperity is our authorized agent a1
A ehoice lot of Teas, at H. A. Burns'
When you make your purchases, try
some of Crampton's PALM, the besi
Soap out. It can be had, recollect,' al
B. J. Pamage & Son's. 41-2rn.
Up to the 24th inst., persons whc
baveskot paid their taxes can do so by
paying the 15 per cent. penalty and
thus save their property from being
If yow want a good Article of Soap,
use the PALM, which is to be found al
ways on hand at B. J. Ranage & Son's
ry. . 41-2m.
The interiintional Committee of the
Young Men's nqtian Associatior
baie appointed this a week of prayer
for yotng men. .Dr. NalPpreed in
ghe Presbyterian Church Monday night.
There will be prewhing in the Metho
dist Church Wednesday night.
Services at the Y. M.C. A. Hall to
unight(Tuesday,)at the Lutheran Church,
Thursday night, and the Baptist Church~
Friday night. The public invited.
Go to Brns' for your Fruits-Or
ages Apples, Bananas, Lemons, to be
had at the Confectionery of
40-tf ~- H. A. BURNS.
TfaKStree. Dentist, over Mower's Store,
-DI answer to the many inquiries
whether there will be an excursion or
special train for the Fair, we state that
the Superintendent says there will not
This will be a disappointment to many
who wish to go down and return the
same day, but what can't be cured musi
be endure. _____
Orampton Brothers' Soap at B. J
Ramage & Son's Grocery. It is the
best. Try it. ~41-2m.
Mr. S. P. Baird gave a splendid 'pos
sum~ supper to the Council and a few~
others Friday night. Besides 'possum,
the table was laden with oysters, roasi
pig, fish, sweetmeats, etc., all prepared
mn tly most artistic style. It was a rice
retand richly enjoyed.
Another lot of those Fresh Crackers
a variety, and French Candy,at H.A.
- Burns'.- 21-tf
Craptn's"Plm"atB. . amage
&&Sa's. Buy it, if you want agooi
Deserves all praise for ler strict ani
unwavering devotion to straight-oul
Demoeracy, Wflen an election comes
on every eye is turned towards her
and she has always done her duty
Without her, Newberry County wouk
have gone to the "demnition bow
wows" long ago. On the 5th inst. shn
added another featber to her cap. Threi
cheers for Prosperity!
PALM Soap is the best Washini
Soap for Family Use. Don't forget t<
call on B. J. Ramage &Son, and asl
for it. .41-2m.
We acknowledge with pleasure the
receipt of the following pieces of new
music from the "New" Music Store o
Messrs. Lee & Walker, 1113 Chesnu
Street, Philadelphia, viz: The Hamptoi
March ; Butterick's Fashion Polka, an<
Should Old Acquaintance be Forgot
Either of these pieces will be ordered
and furniahed at dealers price from thi
tT All communications .relating t<
- personal interests will be inserted . a
regglar advertising rates, one dollar pe
square, cash in advance. tf
* Bee keepers will be pleased to knov~
that M. John R. Spearman, of thi
County has invented and patented a be<
hive which surpasses anything of it
kind heretofore in use. The bee moti
is harmless to do injury to bees inhabit
ing this hive. We congratulate Mr
Spearman on his success in this direc
tion as we look upon bee culture as on
the important interests of the farm.
PALE S0OAP. PALE SOAl
M PALM SOAP.
PALM SOAP. PALE 80Al
AT 3.1J. EAXAGE & SON'S.
The largest and finest fall radish thk
e have seen this season and whici
as placed upon our table Monda2
morning, came from the garden of Mr
.A. ahopon ofN bry'
.f n A.Laoce oe ofl aNewberry
mia miinn. He will accent ou
cIDe P.terson. C
B B. Boozer
-S Johnstone. a
1H. S. Boozer.
00 _ _ -3
00 _ _ _ _
. . - - - - 5,135
- - . . - 5,174
- - - - 5,172
. . . - - - 5,119
d, - - . - - 5,157
'. . - - . - 5,175
V. Noise, . - - - 5,161
rhompson, :- -. . - 5,167
is (Tuesday) morning at th.e Copirt Rlougs
votes. The votes for Coupty officers et
s at that box reported to ths Commis
agree on the count.
The gin house on Mr. Baruch Dun
can's plantation,which is rented by Lewis
Dcket, was destroyed by fire on Thurs
day morning last just before day. We
learn that there were about 60 bales of
cotton ini thbe building, all of which
we-e consumed, together with tbe press,
a wagon and sorps other articles. *Jt is
thought to have been the work of an
Change of Schedule.
The new schedule of the G. & C.
R. R. went into effect Monday the 11th.
The up passenger and mail train ar
rives at Newberry at 11.20 A. M., and
leaves at 11.23. The down passenger
and mail arrives at 3.07 P. M. and
leaves at 3.10. The trains meet at
We Qor.'t like this change because it
delays our C5harleston ugail qne dlay,
Another Lot of Fine Buggies.
Mr. L. Bailey,represen'ting the popu
lar house of Mr. Louis Cook, we are
pleased to say, is now in town with a
fine as .>rtment of single and double
Rggjes and Carriages, which will be
sold on the most favqrable terms. .The
citizens of Newberry are acquainted
with the character and quality of the
Louis Cook's vehicles, a number of
which have been in use here for some
time, and it is therefore quite unnec.es
sary for us to more than call attention
to the fact that an opportunity is now
afforded them to purchase at very low
igures. They can be seen at Jones'
Warehouse, near the pepot. Call on
Thi joeality is all serene-with few
exceptions voted the straight ticket as
all good citizens should do.
About sixty cases of diptheria have
ocurred here during the year Dr.
Langford, wiho treated the entire num
ber, fotnd himself very successful, only
Drought did us some injury but for
the most part our farmers have come
ut right side up with care.
-No marriages to report this fall, but
we have no doubt some of the young
people are fixing things up and will soon
a~e a leap into the sea of matrimony.
One thing is certain no Smoky Town
te will perish of starvation for we have
raised taters till you can't rest-and
big ones too.
If the editors of the HERALD will
pay us that long promised visit we will
feed them on 'possums and taters,
The New Way.
There is an old adage which says that
the course of true love never runs
smooth. We opine that this was true
in the long time ago when ye ardent
lver had nothing but his devoted love,
his soul-lit glances and his sighs to offer,
but not now. Times have changed.
The ingenuity of man has come to the
rscue and it is just as easy as falling
of a log to take a maiden captive.
This is more of a practical age, and
half the soft nothings, tender glanc.es,
and Vesuvian sighs if accompanied
with a pretty, appropriate present will
do the business effectually. Something
of the same sort, altbough it need not
be so expensive, administered to the
epeted mother-in-law will bring her
to terms too. If a man wants to make
a wife happy or a wife a husband, a
handsome keepsake, something orna
mental or useful is the very thing. And
he nestion where best and cheapest
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For! Atore -eneral L. F. YomAns,
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Mr.Baiey agen for Loi Cook'
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SupGoerende Doamptdcne up
f.'om C on Md temn
ino heexen f te aag y h
Fo Noebr1obnd hatce
on "Togt fo th moth""Rnoa
tino onot ad, Mkn
Cops, "Grsss, et. rewl
wotraing Fo or ecio ter
low onl $16 aya.dresW
eas thykoI tiss.G-t
Forry Goenor Wh0had H21tont, has
been Lissued naGneatr Wamphle formps
Fr teretare of Sthe, Nerry ESALD.
Foriateta ThesNewberry L.ercahats
are Atant ad reatctr en erar,
and mae tremibovs offeraenshow tht
LoheSoiey's dtoerise blank thei firste
exhibition shallr dour credt t te Couldty.
once Cougte iAmric, the ePoncenDe
ten, ahas havebecured idusome te
Wre akealedgttoe recphon ee het
The Labled "Fountajo of Youth"
~~0~ought in Arnerics., by Ponce De
has now become in some mess
r ure a reaIi~y to those who seek health
"Annals of Newberry."
Thos. P. Slider, Esq., is gatheri
facts and making preparations for i
publishing Judge O'Neall's "Annals
Newberry." This hook has gone c
of print, and there are many peor
who des'.a it but cannot get a cor
Mr. Slider will revise the original bo(
and correct any mistakes in date, ai
will add to it sketches of promine:
Newberrians who have died since Jud(
O'Neall's times. Besides the sketch
it will contain several articles in co
nection with the progress of Newberr
Mr. Slider is familiar with the bio
raphy of Newberry's most promine
men; he is a good writer, industrio
and painstaking, and he will spa
neither labor nor pains in making h1
in merit and interest with the origina
It will be a book that will improve wit
age, and our children, when they sha
read twenty-five or thirty years henc
the biographies contained in it, will sa
"There were giants in those days."
The price of the book, bound
aloth, will be $2.50.
A Rogue Caught
Our friend B. F. Griffin, Jr., prid
himself on his surroundings, and a
ways manages to have some of the goo
things of life around him, in the shap
f chickens, turkeys, pigs, &c., and b
zives them a careful supervision to(
For some time past he has beep noticin
, thinning out of the small fry, and hn
een on the alert to discover the roguf
unday night while sleeping with on
ye and both ears open a commotic
wvas heard in the fowl house, an
pringing from bed and out of tt
window, he arrived on the scene ju;
in time to catch the rogue in t:
very act. The first impulse was I
hoot him and be called on Mrs. G. ft
bis pistol, on second thought. howeve
ie concluded to capture the villain, an(
lid so by reaching out apd grapplin
im by the tail and taking him into tt
jouse. The relief of the family wa
yonsiderable when it was discovered b,
:he-light of the moon that ihe depr<
lator was an o'possum, and that tb
bero had not received so much as
cratch. The 'possum is undergoing
Do not trifle with a Cough, Cold c
ffection of the Throat, Lungs
Bronchial Tubes. Dr. Bull'Q Coug
3yrup is a positive cure and preven
While the down freight train of tt
G. & C. R. R., loaded with cotton, w:
standing at the New berry Depot Satu
day, a spark from the engine set fire 1
the cotton. The fire spread like a flas
rom b,1ie to bale. The engine at i
time was engaged id switching box
from one track to another. As soon
possible the two flats containing t
burning cotton were run up to Scott
Creek, a hundred yards distant, ar
rolled down the embanikment into ti
creek. Eighty bales wvere burne<
fifteen or twenty completely destroy<
and the rerpaipder so destroyed asi
render them almlost wprthless. Supe
intendent Dodamead, being immed
ately informed, telegraphed all ti
hands of the flelena shops to con
down and save what they could; th
were engaged till late Saturday nig
putting out the fire, and have sini
saved a large partiop of the cotton
a damaged state. The cotton had be~
shipped from Donlaldsville, and was<
its way to Charleston. The saved pc
tions are now being repacked by M
W. T. Fair. 'The loss is about $1,20
Ladies should remember thtat ti
sallow and despondent- invalid alwva:
gains relief from the use of DR. HA:
TER'S IRON TONIC. It purifies at
enriches the blood, and thus ensur
the vital energy of youth.
For sale by all Druggists. Dow
& Moise, Wholesale Agents, Charle
tn, S. C.
Father and son, gave three entertai
ments in Thespian Hall, last week. Ea,
evening, Thursday, Friday and Satr
day, they had large audiences. The e
tertainment was of a higb order, coml
ning instruction and amusement. Pri
Ryan is a fine elocutionist, possessing
wonderful .command of voice th
enables him to portray faithfully t
sentiments of any author as well
to imitate the faiults of public speake>
His "take off" of the Arkansas can<
date was true to life, and we can fl
his type everywhere in these days whi
so many wiseacres are wanting to ser
"the dear people." The lecture tli
opens the entertainment is interesti,
and profitable to all who would attem
to speak or read in public. Rolla, t
son, perSon atedl several characters, nu
and female, old and young, with gre
accuraey. When habited as a w
man's right advocate, or, "Miss Flo
McFlimsy, of Madison Square,"
looks the~handsome lady to perfectic
voice, pinback, affectation and all. F
Texas "Cowboy" and "Newsboy" we
the richest characterizations; in these
equals if he does not excel anything tb
we have ever seen by Sol. Smith Russe
If there is anything In the advi
"Laugh and grow fat," Rolla's audien
must have gained a good many poun
avoirdupois, after his parody on Lon
fellow's "Excelsior. But his personi
cations are not confined to humore
characters; his rendition of "Sham
O'Brien, in the part where his mott~
pleads with the judge not to hang hi:
brought tears to several bright eyes t~
a moment before were dancing w:
We hope that it will not be lo
before the Ryans shall pay Newber
another visit. They may always
sure of a large and appreciative au
ReOpening a Thoroughfare
In order to guard against results atte
subversive of health, if is absolutely ess
tial that the grand thoroughfare or avenue
the system, the bowels, should be re-opei
as speedily as possible when theyv beco
obstructed. If they are not, the bile is nr
directed into the blood; the liver bccon
torpid; viscid bilious matter gets into:
stomach, and produces indigestion: he
aches ensue, and other symptoms are p
duced, which a prolongation of the exciti
pause Qnly tends to aggravate. The aperi
properties of Hostetter's Stomach Bitt
constitute a most useful agent in overcomi
constriction of the bowels, and promotin
regular habit of body. It is infinitely super
tothe rae,sic ataroes fregreltky tem,
theolentls, butceprodes anta, liethem
eflect, hic roues iar,pairteon o
effctrygn, which dosntiarth ivteS
sevadutr orgns weaingche tnoates
iver,aso, weedig The entomacystem
stren,thened andee heatie ytm
aramethanan and wonataA he it.
ig Weather delightful.
-e- All quiet politically.
ut The split in the Democratic ranks
le I nearly proved disastrous.
' I The State ticket was scratched ninety
k five times in this County.
it There never was such a crop of
,e potatoes in this County before.
Bs The Agricultural Fair is close at
- hand. Are your preparing for it?
All the indications tend to a' change
t in th& weather. No doubt ii; will be
ie Merchants say that parties indebted
s to them are pavin p *gq - )er -nrom
15 t 1s rig'ht.
h Not a single fight on election day
11 perfect order and quiet reigned during
3, the entire time.
E' The agents of Rust & Co's. and
Van Lindley's nurseries were in town 2
n last weak distributing fruit trees.
Mr. Joe. Burton has taken his horse,
Brown Asteroid, to the State Fair. lIe
S will probably enter him fo the running
The boys are having a good time
e hunting, and report an abundance of
small game. Foxes are said to be nu
s News itenjs are as scarce as woney
. in this office, our friends will confer a
e favor in remembering us when they have A
d We regret that our town is at pres-. S
e ent afflicted with measles and scarlet 8
fever, only a few cases of the latter I
e however. I
r Notice change of schedule in Spar- C
e, tanburg & Ashville and Spartanburg & i
I Union Railroads time table as it appears
g this week.
e The Laurensville Herald acknow- I
s ledgres a visit from Mr. Wm. Milam,
who was in town with a lot of fine Ken- E
~ tucky horses.
a Do not forget to bring in the turkeys,
a good people, as the Conference will be :
held in a few weeks, and the town must
have ample supplies.
The election is over, a good govern
14ent secqred and eyerybody is happy.
It is a good time now to settle all our j
s little Qtstanding debts.
We would be glad to have our friends
and patrons call at the HERALD Office
and help us out by paying up back
e dues, or giving us new subscriptions.
Think of it, boys and girls, only six
o weeks to Christmas' We hope that
ih every one of you will be so good that a
e heap of nice presents will fall to your
L The horse hitched to Mr. H. H.
SBlease's baggage wagon ran away on
dthe streets Wednesday afternoon. The
wag'on was upset and broken. No
d Those who were prevented from visit
o ing the State Fair because their will be
r- no special train, are advised to keep
i- cool and attend the County Fair on the
ec 20th and 21st.
e The same backache which makes a
~boy howl when he is digging potatoes,
causes hinm to smile when he slips off
~the back way to go a hunting. 'Boys
are curious insects,
n Forty acres of hotels, cottages and
r- other buildings at Cvpe May, tle most
r. fashionable waitering 'plape oin the New
0. Jersey coast, were barned on the 9th
inst. Loss $400,000.
te The cow milker received from the
ts manufacturers works like a charm, and
t- the editor's cow bows her thanks to the
d inventor. She thinks it a long way
sbetter than the old style of pulling at
ie We would again call attention to the
s. large and handsome variety of Fancy
and Plain Stationery articles to be found
at the HERALD Book Store. Remem
ber the place-corner of Caldwell and
h It is hoped that every farmer in New,
berry has sown oats enqugli to do hi,
r- besides some to spare for those who
Shave to buy. Too much importance
"cannot be attached to this crop, It is
not too late yet to sow.
at The change in the schedule will work
ie roughly f>r a while. One day on the
as old rate gave a man time to transact
-. business in Columbia, now jt will re
Ii- quire two. It is a poor wind,-however.
id which blows no one good. Prosperity
mn ites can take their dinner at the Court
re House now.
at Maj. Suber in his Jalapa speech said
Sthat as red flannel is a cure for rheuma
pt tism, the red shirts were adopted by
le the Democrats to cure Radicalism. The
at remedy was effctual. He further said
athat his search'of the Bible revealed the
o-fact that we have authority for putting
ra on red shirts. Chris. is a well re(a)d
is The next will be a good peach year.
re This is on the authority of Peter Smith,
bie of Greenville, who says that both years
at since Hampton was elected there has
11. been a good crop of peaches. As he
se is again elected we may 1l01; Qut for
ce another good crop. As Newberry has
ds gone Democratic, all other fruits will
g- be good. ____
us Liver is King.
us The Liver is the imperial organ of
r thre 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
sg natural result. The digestion of food,
ry the movements of the heart and blood,
Ithe 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
Aagtust Flowver is unequalled in curing
Iall 'persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
ofLiver Complaint, and all tihe numerous
ed symptoms that result from an un
ne healthy condition of the Liver and
is Stomach. Sample bottles to try, 10
hcents. Positively sold in all towns on
d tihe Western Continent. Three doses
ro- will prove that it is just what you want.
& 6range Department.
or Newberry Pomona Grange, N o.4A
act behel regular Feetgs' l tin Grnewilly
;ssbe hel atIDdd Fellowin a in aery,
ihn- FAriDAY followiand OctoerayeJary,1
n-Ad r 'clock ind th torernofoacnea,at1
isA. J'clocLGinEthe coetnryn
isA P.LOS, Seetay
POERR,ST . Nv 9,FICE,
EWBERRY. S. C.. Nov. 9, 1878. I
NEWBERRY, S. C., Nov. 12.-Cotton i
good demand-middling 6 a 8.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO
Shoulders, Prime New....... 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.....
Sides, C. R., New............ 7
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 5
Sides. C. R., New........... a 6
Sides, Long Clear........... 8
Uncanvassed Hams.......... 10
Canvassed Hums, (Magnolia) 16
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12J
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 12J
New Orleans..... ......
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
Cuba Molasses......... 60
EA- Sugar House Molasses. 40
LLLSPICE.................. ........ 25
EPPER. 1.................. 30
Roasted or Parcheo... 80
Best Rio............... a
Good Rio.... ...... ..28a 25
Cider inegar.........1 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
OAP............ ..... 6a 10
TARCH............................. 10a 16
TAR CANDLES................... 15
LOUR, per bbl.................... 6.00a 7.50
EARL HOMINY.................. 5
ANDY ..... ................. 15
ONCENTRATED LYE......... ..15
NGLISH SODA.... ....... 10
[ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
EA FOAM BAKING POWDER... &
OBACCO............ .........60 1.25
AILS (10) keg ................3.50
AGGING-Heavy .............. 15
LRROW TIES, per bunch............. 2 75
ED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
ED OATS-per tu........... 40a
B GGIRS!o BUMS%!
We call the attention of our friends and
be public generally, to our stock of SU
ERIOR READY MADE WORK on hand,
DOUBLE AND SINGLE SEAT BUGGIES
tf the best selected seasoned material.
ADE FOR HOME USF., and at suct
rices as cannot fail to be satisfactory.
ive us a call, all who want good work.
We WILL BUIILI TQ ORDER any of
he latest styles of* BUGGINS or PI.
'ONS, with all the latest improvements
,rid if not built according to order parties
vill be under nb obligation to take th
vork when completed.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Old Carriages and Buggies RENOVA
[ED and made to look as good as new a
Repairing done with neatness and de
A share of the patronage solicited.
J. TAYLOR & CO.
Opposite Jail, Newberry, S. C.
Oct. 23, 43-3m.
This commodious edifice, situated oi
(AIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., an<
mown as the
s ud'w open, and invites the people one ani
ill to call and know what can be done at al
iours, to wit: An Extra Good Breakfast
Dinner, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIV]
Forty or fifLy regular boarders till h
~aen at propor4ionately low rates
The convenience of location, excellen
pring water, well furnished table, ete,
~ommend this ho6ise to every one.
Oct. 1t;, 42-tf.
All persons indebted to the Estate c
'ettus W. Chick, deceased, will make pay
ent to the undersjge4. All persons hold
ng demands against the Estate of said Pel
~us W. Chick, dcceased' will present th
;ae forthwith to the undersigned or he
ttorneys, Pope & Fair.
SARAH E. .T. CHICK,
Qualified Executrix of last will of P. WV
Newberry, S. C., 21st Oct., 1878B.
TO THE TEACHERE
The following books published by D. Ay
pleto, & Co., have been adopted by th
tate Board of Education, to be used fc
ive years in all the Schools throughout th
Appleton's Series Readers.
ornell's First Steps in Geography.
Cornell's Primary Geography.
Cornell's Intermediate Geography.
Quackenhost Prim~ary Grarmma-r.
Quackenbos' English Grammar.
Quackenbos' Illustrated Lessons in Our Lar
Quackenbos' First Lessons in Compositior
Quackenbos' Composition and Rhetoric.
Appleton's Model Copy Books.
To secure an uniformity, ard as a matte
of economny, it is to the interest of the pi
rents and teachers that these books shoal
be put in tlie Schools at once. To facilitat
the matter and to save extra expense to th
parents, I have made arrangements witi
Mr. T. F. GRENEKER and Mr J. A.CHAI
M AN, Booksellers, to exchange these booli
for the old ones now in hands of the scho
ars, and to sell those not exchanged at re
duced rates for the next three months.
For furthber information on these and a
other books published by D. Appleton
Co., please address,
W. P. HIX,
GEN4. SoUTHERN AGENT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Oct. 16, 42-im.
One House and Lot containing two acri
of land, with barn and stables. Said Hout
contauins eight rooms and a kitchen in ti
baeent. Garden and land in fine plan
ing order; also well fenced. Situated c
the Main Street of WValhalla, South Garolin
Terms-Half cash; balance first of Apri
1879. J. II. K LEINBECK.
Oct. 301, 44-1m.
All persons having demands against ti
Estate of John A. Canndb, deceased, w:
present duly attested statements thereot 1
the undersieiied. at Pomaria, S. C., or
Dry Goods and .Xotions,
DRY GOODS RESORTi
OFFER THEIR NEW FALL STOCK WHOLE
SALE AND RETAIL
At Lower Prices
Than are paid by customers for inferior old
Worth of the fiqest and best selected stock
Dress Goods, .1
Shawls, Blankets. Flannels, Alpacas,
Cashmeres, First and Second
Mourning Goods, Kid Gl(ves,
Notions, Hosiery, Rib- L
bons, Silk Ties, La
dies' and Gen
U n 4e r w car,
Linens, Table and
Piano Covers, Towels. S
Table Damask, Napkins and
Domestic Goods, and thousands
of other goods too numerous to men
tion are now placed before our old
customers of the State of
South Carolit, and we
gqaTantee to the ti
public and the
people of this State es
pecially, that through our
And long established repattion with buyers ~
Ofdollars have been exchanged .through
our house, that we will give better satisfac
tion as regards
Qpuality and Prices
In goods purchahse ouh.than any other
17 SAXPLEs SEN~T 0! AFLIoATION.
I nd abv 510, nt CO.1) or for Pst Of
flee Order. 07 Please name this paper in
Furchgott, Benedict & Co.,
1275 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S., C
Oct. 30, 1878. 44-l7.
The CratQuestion ofthe flay
Where can I get. the
best and the most
for the least
FANCY AND STAPLE
len NQYoIties, NeeetSIitS il . Notion8
OF THE SEAON
SOLVED SA TiSFACTORILY !
And especialy sotomy friens and pa
C. F JACKOL
e"IGNA LEADE O LO PRCEe
pll-asr tha he ha nowi in store A H2W
SOE ARGE and ELEGANT STOCK in all
tevarious lies ofthe busines, bought
r gad to all the diversified wants of the
WILL BE SOLD!
-IP YOU IVAN VARIETY COME
iP YOU WAN LOW PES8O
ii YOU wIAN saISFAcTIN JSEND
Ith SCo e sent by mail to any patof
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF PBOBATE.
Nelly Jones against W. A Fallaw, et a!.
-Complaint to Sell Land to Pay Debts.
The oreditors of Robert Scruggs are r
quired to render in and establish their de
Smands against the Estate of said Robert
eScruggs, on or before the 20th day of Nor
J. C. LE A HY, J.?P. N. C.
noct. 25, 18'78. 44-3r.
j IIyAJ Hils.
~ ~1 II W~ ViU
Dry Goods, Groceries, Xr.
1857.. I. FUUt 11878.
hick's Store on Old Stewart
Atteitio is respetfu!]v clled to my
,AlRGE antl WELL SELELCTED STOCK of
:ANCY AND STAPLE DRYGOODS,
DRESS GOODS. D S
TWEEDS, CASSIMERES, TRIM
MINGS, NOTIONS, &c.
BOOTS, SHOES, MATS,
The above goods will be
OLD AT LIVINIL PRICKS
GRANITEV LE SITIRTINGS, SHEET
GS and DRILLINGS to merchants at
Anuacturers p ries.
it vou study your ititerest you will come
rid examine my stoek before purchasing
Oct. 16, 2-tf.M
Opposite A. M. Wicker's Old Stand.
At which place may be -found a good se
AlDIES' DRESS GOODS,
ONG CLOTHS, of the best brands,
FLANNELS, SHAWLS,- BOU
CASSIMERS, Soric TWEEDS,
DOESKINS and HEAVY KER
BOOTS and SHOES
Including the Stitch Down.
With moat of the articles desired for fam
These goods are all FRESH, and selected
i for this market BY AN EXPERT in
e trd .
i. i. IIAfAE & SON,
Oct. 16, 42-tf.
Wardware and wtlery.
,. coPPocK. wx. JOmNseN.
IEWT STOCK HIIA TW ! __
In the Store formerly occupied by
8. P. Booser & Co. -
No. 3, loIohen Row.
Whieh Have Been Bought
[0 SELL ATHOWU ICS1
Any person wanting to purchase -a -Bug
y, Carriage or Rookaway, will find it to
heir interest to call and see the undersign
4d lefore buying. All work guaranteed.
00PPOCK & JOHNSON.
Nov. 4, 18'78. 45-tf.
NOTICE TO FAlRHEL
Also,'a fresh lot of Wagon and -Riding
addles, Wagon Breeching, Lines and Col
ars, Sole and Upper Leather, Harness and
Vhang Leather. All of which will M f
ered at low prices.
Agents for all kinds Machinery:~
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Sep. 2, 1878-36-tf.
Just received a first rate lot of RUBBER
3ELTNTG, 2 ply, which will be sold lower
han ever offered in this market..
Ja1l and examine before buying, at
COPPOCK & JOHLNSON'S
Jun. 12, 21-tf. No. 3, Mellohon Row."
IJOPPOCK & JOhN
Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
ENAMELED READY MIRED PAINTS,.
all and see samples of same.. Also, .AT
5ANTIG WHITE LEAD AND OILS, AND
ANCY PAINTS. We wiHl sell withn t he
each of every one, FOR CASH.
Apr. 24, 17-tf.
Fl'E MATES ilNi OUT 1
1ARD AND LODGING 75 CENTS PER DAY
11OESE OR MULE FEED 25 CENTS.
eptfuty announce to tetraveln
rdBoard and Lodgin at 75 cents per
SINGLE MEALS AT 25 CENTS.
lheir Livery and Sale Stables_
Are large, commodious and well ventila
ed, an te bsinthe upeuntr, an
SINGLE FEED ONLY 25 CENTS.
Study your interests and save money by
patrozmg CHITA SMITH.
Oct. 16, 42-lmn.
LADY AGENTS WANTED
To introduce my new CHART in every
tonin the U~. S. Anay lady desirous of .
engaging in a pleasant and profitabic basi
ness should not fail to write at once for myi.
circular and speial terms to agents. Ad
dress, with 8 cent stamp,
MRS. If. A. WILLIAMS,
a.- Greenville, S. C.
N. B.-Any weekly paper that will copy
the above 4 weoks will, on receint of copy