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THOS. F. GRENEKER' EDIToRs.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
W EDNES1DAY, NOV. 27, 187S.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herali is in the highest respect a Fam
ily Newspaper, devoted to the material in
terests of the people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium ofTers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Terms, see first pag.
The candidates for the Speaker.
ship of the House are Gen. John
D. Kennedy, of Kershaw, and Jno.
C. Sheppard, Esq., of Edgefield.
(. & C. It. .. Receiver.
Attorney- General Youmans, in
behalf of the State, has brought
suit against the Greenville & Co
lumbia Rail Road in the Circuit
Court of Richland County. The
State holds nearly all of the first
mortgage bonds, and is guarantor
for more than a million and a half
of bonds which are supposed to be
secured by statutory lien. Judge
Pressley, the 23d instant, appointed
Gen. James Conner Receiver of the
road to p' serve the property, so
that it mag b roperiv distributed
according to the I hts of the par
ties interested, as ma ereafter be
determined by the Court.
Rev. W. E. Boggs, D. D., pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church of
Memphis, Tenn., who, with his wife,
stood so nobly by his people du
ring the recent yellow fever scourge,
has recovered from the fever, as ha s
also his wife. He preached in Aa
gusta on the 24th.
While King Humbert was visting
Naples on the 19th, a man attempt
ed to assassinate him on the streets.
He received a slight cut. Within
the past two months attempts have
been made on the lives of three
crowned heads-Emperor William,
of Germany, King Alfonso, of Spain,
and King Humbert, of Italy.
Grant has telegraphed the Phila
delphia people that he will "accept'
their reception. The simple-heart
ed old hero ! The smiles and pa
tronage of royalty haven't changed
him a bit. He will accept anything
and ever3r%hing just as he used tc
do-if thc charges are prepaid.
We have known people who died
in poor houses just because of the-ii
pride in refusing to' accept things.
The "old hero" would avoid such a
James B. Peake was shot atnd
killed by James Turner, at Union:
on the 19th inst.
Mrs. Land, wife of J. Stuari
Land, conductor on the G. & C.
R. R., died in Columbia, on the
Mr. Frank Souter, of Columbia.
formely of Newberry, died on the
18th instant. He was a member od
-the Quitman Rifles during the war.
Senator Taft, of Charleston, was
shot in the neck in the Charlestor
Hotel, on the night of the 19th.
by John C. Millar, Esq. No cause
H. G. Worthington is said to bE
a defaulter as Collector of the Pori
at Char-leston for $1,815. Suit has
been entered against him and his
bondsmen at Washington for thc
A package containing 825,000
consigned by George W. Williaxm
& Co., of Charleston, to Reeves &
Nicholson, of Athens, Ga , was mys
teriously stolen from the express
car of the Port Royal Railroad
November the 5th.
United States Commissioner Wig
gin was arrested at Blackville or
the 20th, on a warrant charging
him with malr,ractice as Solicitol
in 1875, in taking a fifty dolia>
bribe to comnpromnise a case of gran.
The Lutheran Synod met ir
Mount Pleasant Church. Barnwel
County. the 13th. and continued it
session several days. Rev. J. D
Shirev was chosen President : Rev
E. T.~Horne, Recording Secretary
Rev:. Dr.-Rude, Corresponding Sec
retary ; Maj. P. E. Wise, Treasurer
Mr. J. F. Schirmer, Trea.surer o:
Seminarv Fu'nd: Capt. U. B. Whites
Treasurer of Miissiona.ry Fund ; C
Ehrhardt, Treasurer Endowmni
FuLnd. N-ew~berryv ColeoadS
lem~ The~ological Seinary were re
ported in a 1!onrisi ng condit ion
Mr T. E -. 'b wsoraiedt
th ministry.La~.:tA i
yV e hti i.~c"cr
Moac"ofEgad ' s strck
WIth? hisk kst diae his 'nsli
A[[qdlcltufl| and Mechanical
A Grand and Happy Buccess 1
Newberry Can flave a .Fair!
We feel like rejoicing to-day at
the successful issue of Newberry's
first Fair, which closed on Friday
last. When the citizens of this
County plaee their shoulders to the
wheel and determine to do anything
they do it, as has been proved in
- iis as well as in many other things.
In one respect the opening was in
auspicious, the weather so fair just
before suddenly became ugly, the
rain of Tuesday interfering seri
ously with the work which yet re
mained to be done, and resulting in
great damage to the grounds, but
in spite of this every one interested
worked like beavers, and when
Wedr esday dawned the heavy clouds
even seemed to sympathiie by hold
ing their rain, fears dissolved like
bubbles, and the sun which burst out
at a little later period shone on a
scene which gladdened all hearts.
It was a success, and none expe
rienced deeper joy than the edi
tors of the HEmRA who have been
urging the organization of a so
ciety of this kind for years.
Before the war Newberry held
her annual Fairs, which were not
surpassed by any County fairs in
the State. This County, with her
enterprising farmers, mechanics and
business men, backed up by the
best soil in the State, has every fa
cility for making a fine display.
Early in the autumn the Grangers
concluded to revive the County
Fair. Little time was left for
preparation; so little indeed that
many thought it not advisable to
make any attempt to have the Fair
this year. Others said, make a
start now; we cant do much, but
we will pave the way for future suc
cess. Nobody expected much this
time. The surprise and gratifica
tion were therefore great when the
gates were opened, revealing one
of the finest displays that has ever
been seen at- any County Fair in the
State. There were seven hundred
and sixty entries.
The exhibition of horses, mules
and colts was very fine. Union,
Laurens and Newberry were all well
The exhibition of cattle was
equally fine. Besides our common
cows there were Guernseys, De
vons, Durhams and other imported
In the swine department it is the
universal verdict of those who saw
both Fairs that we beat the State,
both in the quality and variety of
The poultry department was ex
cellent, and very full.
It is impossible to speak in terms
too high of the ladies' department
Everything that imagination could
devise or deft fingers execute, of
both the beautiful and the useful,
was there. It was a genuine pleas
ure to walk through this depart
men t. Whatever could be made
from silk, worsted, cotton, grass,
or feathers, were represented in
various forms-shawls, embroide
ry, baskets, quilts, coun terpanes,
rugs, mats, slippers, etc. The pre
serves, pickles and wines showed
that there is many a good house
wife in Newberry County-and that
if as it has been said,the nearest way
to a man's heart is down his throat,
many a fair one knows well how to
Ireach that tender spot.
Several of our merchants made
very creditable displays in the lines
of dry goods, cutlery, hardware,
crockery, machinery, &c.
We would like to be able to spe
cify some of the exhibits that struck
us as being specially fine, but as
there were over seven hundred ar
tiles on exhibition and so many of
a superior character, we cannot do
so without taking up far more space
than we have at command. The
mottat we can do is to taketh
report of the judges and publish
the prenm list in full.
The entries were alIl made and
desiuated b)y numbers inIsteadi of
by the( inames of the exhibitors.
.Thi w:as a good idea, as it left no
room for suspicion of favoritism or
bias on the part of the judges.
The premiums consisted of money,
diuloma~. s~?ver and cards of merit.
ViA potatoes, 11. 1). Boozer; pind. rs, R. .
Mavbin: corn meal, 11. D. Boozer; fine woo!,
L. P. W. Riscr; field peaq, M. Werts; bale
lucerne hay, J. M. and A. Johnstone; hale
cotton, W. W. Riser; second best h;ile coton,
M. Werts; pumpkins, Tios. W. Ilolloway;
hee'., Mrs. .1. Melntosh cabba-ges, .lihn
.:;r: L"1-n, ben 1.. R.. Leave!i; turi
nips, L. J. Jones
SpeClil~ etion-Sugar canC, J. W. Folk;
citn, .1. W. Folk; winter radishet, Mrs. .1.
Nhr;. L. .I.ln; wh-ii:e onions, Mrs. H. HL
Folk; corn, Antoine Buzhardt: g..rdvn sceds,
M rs. .1. P. K inard; corn, S. G. We!lh; cor,.
Lard. Mrs. 11. 1). Boozer; butter, Mrs. .
McIntosh; domestic soap, Mrs. 11 Ht. Fok;
corn beef, Mrs. H. ). B,ozer.
Pcach precrves, Mrs. J. P. Kinard: quince
pre rve, 3Irs. An!oine Buzliardt; aV.ple
preerves, Mrs. H1. ). iioozer; fig prcserve-,
Mrs. Antoine Buzhardt; watertrolon rimi
prcerves, Mrs. J. E. Cliapian; eaunteloopo
preserve-:, Mrs. L. .1. Jones; pumini01 pr
serves, Mrs. M. Moses: nppie jC1l, Mrs..i.
M. mxter; lm jlly, Mrs L. C. 11iner;
bckberry jely. Mrs. Y. .lPope; grape
jelY, Mr'. T. C. Puoi; quinco je!, Mrs. L.
C. iunter; strawberry jelL MrI. C. Ilun
ter; gomeberry jim, Mis E. A. Ncison;
an!e inarmail:oe, Mrs. J. M. Baxter; hr
ni'eaRv sealed aeahes, Mrs. J. Mcinto-h;
hermetically sealud cherries. Mrs. J. P. Ki
n.mi; herletically sealed tomatocs, Mr. L
J. Jonez; toiato Catsup, Mr . J. McIntosh;
o te rs. T. C. Pool; fig pickles,
Mrs Y. J. Pop-,; weet pikles, Mrs. J. Y.
onion P'icI, Mis; Eivira It in
ae; dried appies, Mrs. S. E. K;nard; niixed
pick!es, Mrs. E. ). Chick; mixed picklet,
M iss Eivira Ranw.ge; mixed pickles, Mrs.J Y.
Culbreath; svrup, J. W. Folk; sor,mlinni, A!
leu llwkir , honey and comb, J. '. Lea
veil; hermetically ealed raspberries, Mrs. L.
J. Jones; hermetically sealed blackberries,
Mrs. H. ). Boozer.
Biscuits, Mrs. Y. J. Pope; rusks, Mrs.
II. ). Boozer; silver cake, Mrs. J. M. Bax
ter; pound cake, Mrs. W. E. Pelham; lemon
p"e, Mrs. W. E. Peiham; molasses candy, J.
W. Folk; blackberry wine, Mrs. J. Y. Cul
breath; brandy cherries, Mrs. Y. J. Pope;
brandy peaches, Mrs. T. C. Pool; vinegar,
Mrs. L. C. Hunter; cherry bounce, J. W.
Folk; grape wine, Mrs. J. N. Martin; grape
acid, Mrs. J. N. Martin; blackberry acid,
Mrs. J. N. Martin; museadine acid, J. S.
Fair; blackberry cordial, Mrs. J. McITosh;
Herbemont madeira, F. Werber, Jr.; aPPle
wine, L. W. Jones; cherry acid, Mrs. J. N.
Steam engine, R. Tozer; second best steam
engine, W. Y. Fair; grain cradle, S C made,
Jesse Scnn; corn sheller, Coppock & John
bou; power straw cutter, Coppock & John
son; hand straw cutter, R. C. Chapman &
Son; ox yoke, (S. C. made,) D. V. Scurry;
open top buggy, (S. C. made,) J. Taylor;
2 horse turning plow, Coppock & John
son; 1 horse turning plow, Coppock &
Johnsou; universal plow, Coppock &
Joson; practical gang plow, L. J. Jones;
plow stock S C made, Jesse Senn; cotton
planter S C made, J. C. S. Brown; gang har
row. L. J. Jones; wheel barrow, Coppock &
Johnson; post hole digger, L. J. Jones; W ard
well sewing machine, F. N. Parker; fed
baskets, J. P. Kinard; chun, L. J. Jones;
brooms, J. W. Folk; beehive, G. L sease;
beehive, with moth trp, Juo. It Spearmu,
Sr.; turnip cut,ter, L. J. Joues; seed dril, L.
WY. Jones; marble work, Leavell & Speers;
case cutlery and tools, S. P. Boozer; cookiag
store, S. P. Boozer, heatimg stove S. 1
Boozer; cookting stove, R. B. Keene; , farm
ers' boiler, Rt. B. Keene; patent air nleater,
t. B. Keene; lot tinware, S C made, R..
Keene; invalid's chair, L. .J. Jones; marib e
sarcophagus, L. M. Speers; sp inning wheel
H,. A. Blurns; flooring and weathier-boardinig,
Brown & Moseley
LEATHER, HARNESs, ETC.
Sole leather, J. D. iIorusby ; upper hleuther,
L. J. Jones; harness ieather, L. ,J. Jes;
caif skins, J. D. llornsby; brogans, Jones &
Satterwh lite; dressed sheep skins, L. J. Jones;
gent' shoes, XW. T Tarrant ; boc:s, Jones
& Sater witie; geut's satddle, F. N. Pat her;
lady's saddie, W. 'T. Tarraut; set single bar
nes, F. N. Parker; blind bridles, Coppock
Special mention-home tanned sole leatheCr,
A. J,. Jones; home tanned calf skin, L. J.
Home made r'ag, Mrs. J. N. Martin; wool
en counterpane, Mirs. M. E. t)agnallI; corion
socks, Mrs. E.. 11. R Iutherford ; woo!en
yarn, L2 P. XW. iUiser; fe'ather jiy brush, Mrs.
U. l'. WhIites; feathier uduster, Mrs. J. Rt.
Leavei: Irae.ther la:i-, Mrs. Ja.mes Cre.sswel;
i tobacco. J. B. Leonard.
NEi DLE AN~D FANCY.
Sik patch .ork: quilt, Mrs. E. II. II. Ruth
rfrd&l; wor.d pre.*(hwerk qu.iit, Mrs. Ceo
S (..ofer; secon-1 best wor.st'd ;-a:choliK
g'i, Mr'. Antoine .Buzhardt ; co: tan patien
wvork quit. M1 X. M. . 1)agaai; L.r patch
w 'ok cotton a an.s Mrs. Aumoine luzh:;Ut,
Mr. L. ,J. .lon's, M rs. A . XW. 'T. Simmons,M rs.
J. N.Martin, Miss Lilli Rook, Mirs. A.C.Chap
man; knitted' guilt, Mr's M. E. Ha:ll; em
broidered infant's @iess, Miss Ella Blake:
crochet tidy, Mrs. James Ciesswell; second
best crochet tidy, MIrs. HI. C. Moses; pair
crocYt mats, Mrs. Lillie WV. Jones; em
broidry in silk, Miss Henry Daniels; cm
broiderv in worsted, Mrs. Lillie WV. Jones;
worsted tidy, Mrs. G. XW. Holland; embroid
ery in cotton, Mrs. Eliza Stewart; second
be embtroidery in cotton, Miss A. P. Moses;
tatting, Mrs. E.: EI. H. Rutherford; tufted
work, Miss Knue Ewart; so!a cushion, Mrs.
Eliza Stewart. ottoman covers, Miss C. V.
Edwards; toile t cushions, Mrs. H. C. Moses;
Afghan, Mrs. F. W. Fant; lamp mat, Miss
C. V. Edwards; motto, Miss Mamie Sill;
picture, Mrs. F. Ludecus; motto, Miss Katie
Belle XWhite; wax work, Mrs. T. C. Pool;
counterpane, Mrs. J. Rt. Leavell; fascinator,
Miss Marion Spearman; crochet slippers;
Ms Helen XVardlaw; crochet shawl, Miss
Lula Pool; case millinery, Mrs. S. M. Redus;
case fancy goods, Jones & Satterwhite; glass
ship, Mrs. M. Foot; hair, work, Miss M. E.
Kilgore; infant's socks, Miss Alma Werber;
guitar need!e book, Miss Kate Moses; show
ease jewelry, Eduard Scholtz; lot pictures,
t. Y. Leavell; pillow shams, Mrs. M. E.
Brady; wire grass work basket, Mrs: M. E.
Brady; case. fancy good', XW. T. Tarrant;
infant's sacque, Mrs. 0. L, Schumipert; baby
ca p, Mrs. O. L. Schum pert; foot stool covers,
Mrs. L. E. Folk; cradle quilt, Mrs. Geo. S.
Mower; second best cradie quilt, Mrs. T. C.
Pool; motto, Miss Leila Kingsmnore; motto,
Miss Alice Mayer; case fancy goods, B. H.
Cline & Co.; bead work, Miss Nannie Epting;
bead basket, Mrs. Allen Hawkins; ease
gots' furnishing goods, Wright & J. WV.
Coppok; show case millinery, C. & G. _S.
Mower; lump shade, Miss M. E. Kilgcre; in.
fants' sacque embroidery, Mrs. G. S. Mower;
pano stool cover, Mrs. W. T. Fair; lace
handerchief, Miss Ray Foot; lace col lar an d
eiff, Mrs. G. S. M1ower; lace handkerchief.
Mrs. A. C. Chapmanl; lot pictures arid frames,
Mrs. Z. L. WVhite; show ease crockery, C.&S,
C. S. Mower.
Speial mention-hat, Miss Annie Foot;
boinet on standl, J. D;. Cash.
FLORICULTURE, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS,
Oil painting, Mrs. Lillie W. Jones; crayon
drawing, Miss Sadic Hair; drawing in India
iik, .DLeHon; pen drawing, Eduard Scholtz;
lrgest ciod best collection of paintings, Mrs
LLlie XW. Jones; water color drawing, Mus
er WilIliamas WAelelt; crab claw cactus, Miss
allie Greneker; green house plants, Miss
May Boozer; best and largest collection of
green house plants, Mrs. L. J. JIones; hand
smest stand cut fowers, Mrs. LA. J. Jones;
best collccion .frui trees, in. Summer.
Devon cow, James McIntosh; durham
l, . WX. Atchison; durham cow, J. W .
Cpeland; durham heifer, L. P. WX. Riser;
ge'nsey ball, John Rt. Spearm an, Sr.; grade
bl)li, W. Y. Fair: grade cow, Mrs. Y. J. Pope;
aale heitfer, Mr's. J. Rt. Leav'ell ; native bull,
. B. Cromer' native heifer, W, XW. Ilodges;
v4e of uxnC,'D. v. 8earry ; best ilch cow,
tested on the grounds, Ja:nes Mceontosh;
n atve,' cow, overC 3 years oli, TI. F. Ilarmon.
GOATS AND SHEiEP.
air motu. W. E. Weleh ; merino h'net, J.
T. M uw,an; mtin Ii ewes, J. 1. McGowan;'
me Io lambis, J. TI. A4 ew;..n.;i brad tail
back, A. J. Kilgore; brouad tal' ewes .J
Kiligo; grade bnck. L. P. WX. Riser; pen
sSep, . . Wlc .
SW d J .B:xcIE. li is,J
Uer('n'h'c", oa,Je hw Da.kett 5ekshr
sow, Mrs. J. M. Baxter; Deri:shire pigs, J.
-er: turkeys, J. P. Buzhardt; bralma
chickens, N. 1>. Mazyck; cochin China
ken, Mrs.A..J.Kiigore; leghorn chickens,
r. F. Greneker; black Spanish chickens,
.. A. Carlisle; improved h.-.rnyard fowls,
Nrs. J. M. Baxter; guineas, J. P. Buzhardt;
pigeons, T. F. Harmon.
Special imention-frizzly chickeus, M.
Foot; hairy chicken, A. B. Comer.
Ca,ze chemical products and perfumerv,
W. E. PeIlham; domestic opium, Mrs. Il. E.
HOn-SES AND MULES.
Best thoroughbred stallion, over 3 yenrq
>ld, J. F. Burton; second best thoroughbred
tallion, over 3 years old, Robert Beattie;
)e.t thoroughbred stallion, under3 years, old,
Robert BeAttie; stallion not thoroughbred,
olin Mayer; best brood mare and colt, J. P.
Simis; second best brood mare and colt, F.
1. Setzler; colt 2 years old, D. C. Crow;
:olt 1 Year old, F. M. Setz!er; pair matched
heavy draft horses, D. W. T. Kibler; pair
matched light draft horses, J. M. Johnstone;
ingle harness horse, T. F. Harmon; saddle
iorse, T. P. Lane; combined horse, T. P.
Lune; fastest trotting horse, J. F. Schum
,oert; fastest pacing horse, T. P. Lane;
Kest riding by a man, J. C. Mers; best
riding hya boy, under 15, Frank Meln
Losh; 3 years old colt, .1. T. Thomas;
pair 2 year old fillies, J. C. Myers; col,
ander one year old, M. A. Carlisle; mare
N. C. Maybin: pony S C raised, L. E.
Folk; thoroughbred mare, tobert Beattie;
Jrood mare with largest number of colts on
rounds, F. M. Setzler; pair males, open
Io the world, Alan Johnstone; pair mules S C
raised, F. S. Paysinger; single mule, open to
he world, T. W. Galman; single mule, S C
mised, F. S. Paysinger: mule colt, under 2
rears old, W. V. Riser; mule colt under 1
ear old, W. M1. Dorroh.
A Woman's LogiC.
"It is useless to take medicine. I
,hall feel better to-morrow. Besides,
[ need the money to get that lovely
new hat. My old one is such a fright,
ind people will look more at my bon
act than they will at my face. I will
wait till I feel worse before I spend
iuy money for medicine."' The bon
aet is purchased and fifty other femi
ine necessaries iu the form of rib.
bons, laces, brooches, etc. Meanwhile
the lady's face becomes every day
paler and thinner, and her body
weaker. until disease has gained so
firm a foothold in her system, that the
most thorough, and oftimes a long
tedious, course of treatment is no
eessary to restore her to health. Ladies,
ittend to your health before you even
think of apparel. A fresh, blooming
face in a plain bonnet is much hand
soier and far more attractive to your
entlemen friends, than a pain-worn,
disease face in the most elaborate and
elegant hat your milliner could devise.
Dr. Pier e's Favorite Prescription is
is evcrywhere acknowledged to be the
standard remedy for female complaints
and weaknesses. It is sold by drug
* FOR THE IIERALD.
Meeting of the A gricultural and
The Newberry Agricultural and
Mechanical Society met in the Court
House on Friday, the 22nd.
On motion of Y. J. Pope it was
:ianimousty resolved that the present
officers be re-elected for the ensuing
On, motion of James M. Baxter it
ws unaimously resolved 1st. That
the thanks of this Society are due and
nr noaw heartily tendtered to the Presi
<ent for the courtesy anid efliciencey
with whnich he has presided on-:r our
neiig i2nidly, Th:' t the: thiankhs of
this S'.ei'dy are due aind are in like
mannerl~ tendered to t he P'resident and
otenur Oflicers and emrplo.yees of this
Society foru the fanil hful, prompt and
hiihly utiilnt mannettr in which' c:n-h
and every one has performed his r'e
spective duties, thereby contributing
so materially to our successful Fair.
It was like wise unanimously resolved
That the thanks of the Society are due
and are now tendered to the ladies for
the interest manifested by them in
J. C. WILSON, President,
G. S. MOWER, Secretary.
Dr. R. V. Pieree, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
the proprietor of Dr. Pierce's Fatuily
Medicines, and ailso of the Invalids
and Tourists' HIotel, of that city, has
recently beeni elected to Ciongress by
the very flattering majority of nearly
3,30. He has already served his
constituency as State Senator, and
this renewed endorsement signifies
that his services have been highly sat
isfactory. His extensive practice in
the trer twent of Chronic Diseases will
not, wc-arc informed, be neglected, or
suffer in the least when the time
rrives for him to take his seat in
Conress, it being in:.rusted to his
brothr and other cperiened medical
gentlemen who have long been asso
ciated with the Doctor in the Medi
cal Department of his celebrated
World's Dispensar'y and Invalids'
Hotel. Besides, as the Forty.Sixth
Con aress does not convene until De
eember. 1879, Dr. iPie-rce's patients
wvill not lose his personal attention forI
sonc months yet.
Re-(Openinlg a Thoroughfare.
In order to guard against results utterly
subversive of health, if is absolutely essen
tial that the graund thnoroughfare or avnu of
Ithe system, the bowels, should be re-opened
as speedily as possible when they become
obstructed. It' they are not, the bile is mis
directed into the blood; tihe liver becomes
toruid; viseid bilious matter gets into the
stomnnacit, and produces inidigestion: head
aches ensue, Lud other symptomJs arc pro
duced, which a prolongation of the exciting
cause only tends to aggravate. The aperient
pro~ertis of IIostetter's Stomach Bitters
coistitute a most useful agent in overcoming
constriction of the bowels, and promoting a
reur hab;it of body. It is infmitely superior
tothe drastc (cathartics frequently used fojr
the Ji,rpov,si'. cef' it does not; like them, act
violently, but produces a natural, pair"es
effect, which does not impair the tone of theC
evaniv org~ans, which it invigor-ates in
st asl '.~ weakening. Thle stomaich anid
liver. also, mndeed the enltire system, is
stregth~ened andJ( regulated by it.
NE WBE R TY, S. C-, Nov. 23, 1S7?.
List of advertised letters for week ending
ovember 23a 1878:
Ellentown, . . May 2it0, 1875.
Dr. Ilarter, Dear Sir:
I used your IRON TONIC to a c0D
siderable 0-tent in my practice last
Fall, nd was well pleased with its
effte t - It priduces more satisfactory
resit.r i: my ilnis than any prt,parn
tion Af b-ark und iron I have ever
use S. G MABULEY, M. ).
j or s0le bV all Driuggists. Dowie
& k .ise, Wholesale Agents, Charles
ton, . C.
By Rev. M. Mf. Boyd, on the 5th of No
venber, 187S, Mn. M. Ar.oNzo DUFFIE, of
Edgaid County, to Miss MARY A. FORCE,
of New berry County.
November 1-1, 1878, by Rev. M. M. Boyd,
MR. D.A:ILT. DomiNcx to MISS CARRIE
E. CO1STS; all 01 ProSpeRty. S. C.
LOT on the road from Newberry to
Lauirns C. f!., a gold watch with gold
mounted hair cbain.~ A liberal reward will
be given for it if left at this office, or for
inf'ornitioni w w:i mill Icad to its r<covery.
L,,i..s 1. rald copy i time aid send
bill to this otllie.
N o v. 27, 4 --1t*.
F0Ra Til1 110 10 1 .S
EVERYTHING AT BOTTOM PRICES.
Confectioneries in variety,
Plain ani French Candy,
Lemons, Oranges, Bananas,
Apples, Malaga Grapes.
Raisins, Currants, Citron,
spices, Teas, Pepper,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco and Choice
Pickles a specialty, among which are the
celebrated Monticello Pickles and Chow
CHEAPI CHEAP!! CHEAP!
H. A. BURNS'.
DEIRIUNT LIND SILEL
NEWBERRY COUNTY, Nov. 26, 1878.
Notice is hereby given that the whole of
the several parcels, lots and parts of lots of
Real Est ite described in the following list,
or so much thereof as will be necessary to
pay the taxes, penalties and assessments
ch;rged theromi, will be sold by the Treas
urer of Newberry County, S. C., at his of
fice in said County, ON THE SECOND
MONDAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1878,
unless said taxes, assessments and penalties
he paid before that time. And such saleB
will be continued from day to day until all
of said patrcels and parts of lots of Real Es
tate shall be sold or offered for. sale.
L. E. FOLK,
Auditor N. C.
NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP NO. 1.
Joshua Burton, 1 lot and I building.
Est. Jamies. Crawfor d, 16 acres.
John Duncan, I lot.
Charles Kreiger, 1 lot.
Duckett, Duncan & Duckett, 59 acres.
Anthony Herbert., 2 lots.
Lizzie Jay, 2 lots and 1 building.
Mary Mathews, 1 lot and 1 building.
Prc-sley Metts, 1 lot and 1 building.
Edwn:id Milligan, 1 lot aind 2 buildings.
Etate W. B. McKellar, 252 acres, 4
burildiigs and I lot.
Mary O'Ne ill, 1 lot anid 1 burildinrg.
Po; - i!rrherfor d, I lot.
h i Simplsonl, I h.; and 1 hurildinig.
Ge'o. anrd Moriah Seca, I jot anid 1 build
i ferri e:: WtVillams.e, I lot aid 1 bu'iding.
le-'ay Willinis, I hot.
Etiaie .unesz M. Wilison, I lot anrd 3
CA LDWELL'S TOW NSIIUP NO. 2.
Carrvie E. Brwzhardt, 141 acres, 6 build
lleury \I:talone,, 1 40 acres.
MAYBINTON TfOWVNSJlP NO. 3.
NaiL hi .nald w e1, 78 a:res.
Roert Curry, :15 acres, I building.
Es::h Hfenry Oxner, 157 acres, 1 build
CROMER'S TOWNSHIP NO. 4.
A manda IIarmon, 90 acres, 4 buildings.
William Riser, 13nr rcres, 1 building.
John E. Watson, 200 acres.
Eugenia E. Young, 300it acres, 2 build
REEDER'S TOWNSHIP NO. 5.
Jo. T. Oalmes, l100 acre..
Estate Wi'liamn Datvis, 470 acres, '7 build
Leonard IIorton, 60 aicres, 2 buildings.
Thomas S. Moormnan, 19 acres.
Sarah Johnsonr, 70 acres
Sibie S. Wilbur, 290 acres, 5 burildings.
FLOYD'S TOWNSHIP NO. 6.
Charley Mart Gary, 550 acres, 7 build
MOON'S TOWNSHIP NO. '7.
Patrick J. Coleman, Gnu acres, G build
Mthcw W. Cla ry, 2 buildings.
Win. E. Glary, 2 buildings
P. B. & J. H. Chrappell, 300 acres, 3
Win. WV. Miller, 2,095 acres, 20 build
STONEY BATTERY TOWNSHIP NO. 9.
Mary M. B3oland, 125 acres.
Rosaie Clamp, 5 acres, 1 building.
Bascomn B. Ilair, 296 acres, 5 buildings.
Rebecca WV. Ilair, 110 acres, 4 buildings.
Patrick Ma rti:1, 27 acres.
Sheelv & Derriek, 3 acres, I building.
Mrs. 'Frances Stockmaa, 283 acres, 7
Elizabeth Stockrma:n, 80 acres, 2 buildings.
Simpson & Counts, 1 lot, 1 building.
Harmon Taylor, 10 acres.
CANNON'S TOWNSHIP NO. 10.
Estate Martin Livingston, 117 acres, 1
Esate Daniel Livingston, 118 acres, 3
Mary E. Singley, 150 acres, 3 buildings.
IlEbLER'S TOW NSIP NO. 11.
Mary A. Kinard, 1 50 acres, 4 buildings.
Lorick & Lowrance, 2001 acres.
Nov. 27, 48 -2L.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROUATE COURT.
Ex Prte-David Ilipp, as Administrator,
etc., of John A. Cannon, detc'd.
Petition to Si ll Personalty.
In oediernce to anr Order~ of the Judge of
said Court, pas- ini the above stated ac
tion, I will sell, at pulhic outcry, on the
7th day of L)ecemiber, 1878, at thie resi
(ce of~ the said .1 ohni A. Cannon, dee'd.,
ini sd 4.ounity, the ;oliewing Personal Pro
perte oi said dee'd., to-wit:
5 heat! mnuh', 2 hiorses, about 25 bead
cattle, 22 hea .d hogs, about 251) bushels
corn, fodder, hay, wheat straw, about 600
bushels cotton seed, 2 wagons, 1 buggy, 1
carrige, 1 syrup mnnili, farinig implemnits,
blacksuds' tools, carpeuters' tools, remi
anrl f~ goods, show cases5, S;e., sorghum
. m lasss s ne otatoes seed wheat seed
.7eW X .d sceuaf eons. r
NATIONIL. BANK (i fVBIR, .C
NEWBERrY. S. C, M-v. 25, 1878.
This Bank willbe closed ON 'TI1TRSDAY, *
2sriH INSTAN F, (Tb.mi.iitr Day.) All i
pper pay:!ble on that day ma, b-,- paid be
forehand. JNO. B. CAIRXILE,
Nov. 27, 48-1t. Cash icr.
THEN SP 1 AX1 1ALL
The Ne-wberry Thespian Club would an
nonnee that they have made n engagement
with the distinguished artiste,
I L' hlaI1 0 T h0,1mPS0Ili
Sopporied by her own Stperior
Wednesday Evenig, 4h 'e
When iwill be presented the popular comedy,
JANE EY IR E
For One Night Only.
For full cast, &c., see hand bills.
Sale of reserved seats, commenci ig Friday,
29th Nov. instant, at Dr. Fant's Drug Store.
Nov. 27, 48-2t.
Santa Ra1s' HeadquarersI
L. A. BUR.NS'.
TOYS! TOYS!! TOYS!!!
IN ENDLESS VAlILETY
Wi AT E!"ERY PRI.
The largest anI best variety ever exhibited
BEAUTIFUL TOILET SETS. VASES,
MUGS, CUPS, &c.
If you want something nice, pretty and
cheap, call on
H. A. BURNS.
Nov. 27. 48-5t.
OFFICE OF THE CoUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
NEwDERY, S. C., Nov. 2;, 1878.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this
Olfice for a Keeper of the Poor House, and
a Physician to the Poor House and Jail, un
til the 27th day of December next The
Board reserves the right to accept or reject
By order of the Board.
Z. P. MOSES. Clerk.
LAND FOR SALE.
I hereby offer at private sab," T IRTEEN
hUN DRED AND EiGHTY-THREE ACRES
OF LAND), lying on the waer of Muduick
reek, bounded by lands of Johim C. Wil
sonl, Thos. J. Lipscomb ard others, situate
in Newberry County.
TERMs--One-third cash a: d the balance
on a credit of onc and two years, the credit
portion beings secured by bond of the pur
chaser with a mortgage of the premise-s.
The above l.ands will be sold in parcels
to suit puochasers.
R 13. GRIFFIN.
Nov. 2:3, 1878. 48S--2t*
Nov. 27, 48-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.,
IN PROBATE COURT.
Jacob B. Count<, Admn'r., of David F. Ri
kard, deceased, Plain1tiff, vs. Texanna C.
Rikard anid others, Defendants..
Complaint to Sell Land to Pay Debts, &c.
The creditors of David F. Rikard are re
quired to render in and estaislich their de
mnds before this (ourt, on or before the
17:h day of December next.
Nov. 20, 1878. 48--3t.
NOVEMBER I STH, 1878.
Membhers will attend a Regular Commlu
nication of A mity bod ge, No. 87, A.-. F.
M-., on Mond-i evelnin:g, the anud Dec., at
7 P. M. A full attend.ince is requested as
the annual election of oflicers wilt be held.
Brthren please come prepared to pay your
By order of the W.-. M.-.
JUNIUS E. CHAPMAN,
Nov. 20, 47 -2t. Secretary.
We will sell all the Personal Property of
the late David Wicker, at his former resi
dence, consisting of Horses, Cattle, Hogs,
Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Wagon, Buggy, Farm-i
ing Imiplements, IHonschold anid Kitchen
Furniture, Blicksm:ith Tools, &c , oin the
2th day of Novembier, for cash.
J. W. CALDWELL,
, . M. WICKEit,
Nov. 20, 4i7- 0.
Sale of Personal Property.
On Wednesday, the 4th day of December,
I will sejl all the Pc:sonal Property belong
ing to the E.<tate of Jno. W'. Coate, deceas
ed, on the Lipscomib or Wilson plantation
on Little River, consisting of Mules, Cattle,
Waon,1 Ungy, Shot Gun, Pistols and
Watch, HIousehold and Kitchen Furniture,
and other articles.
JANE C. COATE,
Novemiber' 18, 1S73. 47-2L*
Forfeited Land Sales,
NEWBERRT, S. C.
N~tice is hereby given that the following
Tracts, Parcels and Lots of Land, will be e
sold by the County freasurer of Newberry
County, at Newberry C. H., on the First j
Monday in December, 1878. The said par
cels off land having be-en forfeited to the
Sae and never redeem:ed, viz:
Township No.89.-Davidi Boozer, 58 acres
and 2 buildings, value $475, 3 years taxes, ~
smutn t 3.d
amonhig to. 93.- s 0. t tne n
Totwtnrsity vo. $10 2.Ms a s Stones, e
Lotrat Prosperity, valu 10, 2 year taxes
Phe World's Greatest S
the Graidest and Gr
T HAS NO EQUA
1IWE S GREAT I
SANGER'S ENLARGED B
knd the Grotesque M
)no stupendous a(nd itll consolidation of n
lurchased from an English Duke, with drivers, bui
a cost of $10,000. C,The costly equipage is d n
10OYAL PLEASURE L10FE IN Ti1
and is in strong- COntrast with our once fair
,ed by the most Expert Principal Equestrionne ai
'lle -LIS -
12 SUPERB MALE
.Headed by the undisputed barel
NOTE -Any clnim made to Championship by an
lers is monstrously absurd and deserves thie publ
2OYAL NVS OFE
onpolizing an mangh D5 k i o 111l cs o
MiliaryDril, layng l ita re pusic n
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Headed Fom the Junglesdar
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s ai e m on edu y anynrotherdsd ow,ra the b
LAI TO SOF T GRV
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10 GRE A
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catures.zi and aktnge LonO alone s the.
hrsCriva o nyc ndo prdLeg it, buHso
- sir cnrbuton the lastrean Al
Whea a ch couabetwe Soand
30 L OLE, 0HE AND ~
The minfcnt ion awerux hrn , Ailmior Gad
ensatina, sghts orthro n heun ed s
ie ned and erfored byithe nls xet l
Ramembre ondo an erforms ad t 0
nd clarer han tat ofany kcn dmoriy A
~inlte in opndnin the streetdouryingcre
a mEer dultsd unde acens it
~ yotwjths~nding the tremendously increa~
licOS will relnaill
~O Cdilts for Adults and 2~ Cents fi
how and 10 times
ePtest on Earth.
ardi-Gras Carnival I
earl 1l at Is rand. great and novel in
-0 CO.A C- I
1r an ialesshcostumes ineluded, at
HE MOTHER COUN RY,
fliar e rans of stage-coach travel
ilnly Femaleti Horse Rideriwthe
D_ 0 01WK. RL_
y other artists than these two GreaV- EU
LPHANT FLESI I
ag lt and Qua~Ldrile ostand nena
wnbyte FleANK HossaRdEsR,
CLEHANT ER ..NTY
li s arc andeso sarecoah t ha tthe
adle them.l lreRdri-h d
laf Keicgo h Aea
ly oterortings Wild Besto et i -
f wae-ro pvlos
0 eol,G n ELPATS-e ta rwe
Watz and c a (lrimConCae, atnk nd
Hee ENNEE GBROTHER
vrsutii1ie n of h eeto
t rh a d rme Lno n.il t -t h
ovrifGande Spcace, h Lno
L utuNGAL PIERS
>ie, doivl the ties as mn
l t romitngs the d wh egand disla t eir
-ANDS OF MUSNAC
ma,tetse.and Motahat i s fe iebigte
eror t hem i b r i
d popor,inso th isGetShweh
ow chiaan de ino te Yaars.
o travcling establiShment ever received
I hearty praise from the libezal and fair.
ed proportions of this Great Show, the
ir Ckildreu wider Nine Years..