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Special and. ocal.
T WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1878.
-INDx To NEw ADvERTIsEMEXTs.
. 8. Boozer-Notice.
J. C. Leahy-Citation.
.L Pelton-Eclectic Magazine.
John W. Scott-Administrator's sale.
Nunn & Co.-The Scientific American.
W. M. Sbackleford-To Rent for 1879.
New York Obse:ver-They All Want It.
mmIsioners Annual State
_om Boozer-Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
R. C. Chapman & Son-Embalming Burial
Eduard Scholtz-Watebes, Clocks, Jewel
Johnson, Clark & Co.-New Home Sewing
Jones & Satterwbite-Annual Meeting
South Carolina Conference.
T. F. Greneker-Fresh Arrivals of New
Novelttes-Members or Conference and Vis
OPCIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tces ds this local coluns are inserted at
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Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
inItion3s relating to personal inter
tributes of respect, &c. are charged
s regular advertisements at $1 per
.Iotices of administration, and other
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ectsd noticesof meetings, as well as
o=mwncationsof a personal character
ikust be paid for in advance
-wubscription price of the Herald
Vi2.0Ofor twelve months, $1.00 for six
mnths, 50 cents for three months and
5 cents for one month, in advance.
NAmes in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
is equivalent is-paid.
M L. S. Bowers, post master at
is our authorized agent at
C7-er & Engel's celebrated Beer
a medal at Paris Exibition.
TOM Q. BOOZER.
I List6f Appointments
or servioes in the various churches
Vb pinted and furnished from this
Mnn Saturday morning free to all
id Call and get one.
doice lot of Teas, at H. A. Burns'.
mass meeting of this Association
i be held in the Baptist Church,
Thurisday evening, and addresses will
ileliiered by Revs. Coke Smith and
I.ELI'hritzberg. Public cordially m
eolebrated its first.anniversary Tues
z~dyn~htlast, and elected the follow
for the ensuing year: A.
F~.Bamiter, President; T. A. Thomp
S Band Segat; J. W. Taylor,
&~efan azdTreasurer. The organ
}bation s a credit to the town.
,Pum Mountain Whiskeys and Bran
dirom $1.75 to $2.50 per gallon, at
TOM Q. BOOZER'S.
1For December is on our table with
Smasotexellent table of contents. This
tanllis such a universal favorite
' dso.generally taken that it is scarce
ynecessary for us to speak further in
~. w~rase.-We will say, however, that
thsis a-favorable time to renew sub
,eipons. Send $1.60 to the publisher,
WL.Jones, Athens, Ga., and secure
' A>kor.the year.____
* The little people find that Burns keeps
hesweetest Confectionery, and the old
pople encourage then t go there be
~7-2 ca~-they know it is so. Go to
N Fr'veriety in good things and pretty
lgswe-do not think that it will be
raayforany one to go farther than
S,.ta-H. A. Burns' store, round the corner,
W 'here can be found almost anything
and every thing that found mamas and
--pas, and sweet, good children can
possibly desire in the line of sweet
~-things and toys. Go to Burns' by all
jneans and look at his stock.
-Chew Jackson's Best SetNv
~ et -Your Light Shine.
Peop1i spend money now with freer
handtha atany other season of the
arndthey read the advertising col
DIns of the HRALDv to see who has
r---..the-best, the nicest and the biggest va
- rietyof goods. In view of thisewe in
vite?he merchants to use our columns by
* igin'g the necessary information. Ad
Svertise what you have for the holidays.
SOur ctiarges are very moderate.
' Ogburn's Best, Free and Easy and T.
D~~C.I. Tobacco at H. A. Burns'. 21-tf
We take pleasure in calling the atten
tion to the opening by Mr. Woolsey, in
-Wright'e old Tin S@op, next to Cash's,
*f a nice assortment of confectioneries,
inte, fruits, canned goods, &c. The
proprietor is a practical man and will
e atisfaction. He has also opened
a restaurant where can be had a
e meal, nicely prepared and at
moderate price. Give him a call.
TnoxPson, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
New Way to Make Love.
Pelham is not far wrong, if any, in
advertising love candy, for it is not only
lovely to look at but we believe will, if
administered under favorable circum
stances, be productive of love for the
*giver. What advantages youths of the
~present age have compared with those
'~wolived and courted in days gone by.
Itiiias hard work then to woo a fair
maiden, now it is as easy as falling off
alog backwards, Santa Claus must
indeed have made his headquarters at
his establishment, perhaps because of
the "iron columns" which afford a se
enore fastening for his steeds. So cal
and examine his goods.
Go to Burns' for your Fruits-Or
ages, Apples, Bananas, Lemons, to be
-at the Confectionery of
40...tf -H. A. BURNS.
A Kind Act.
Messrs. Leavell & Speers have pre
sented a very prettily executed monu
mental slab to the Orphanage, with the
name and date of the organization of
the institution. It will be put up newt
flf ~nr~A it jq needless to say that
Annual Meeting South Carolina
One Price, and that the Lowest.
Ministers. delegates and parties at
tending Conference are invited to call
and see Jones & Satterwhite's large and
fine assortment of staple and fancy dry
goods, boots, shoes, hats, dress goods.
domestic goods, gloves, handkerchiefs,
hosiery, silk handkerchiefs, ladies ties
and scarfs and thousands of nice things
we haven't space to mention.
JONES & SATT.EWHITE.
Leaders of Low Prices and New Styles,
No. 5 Molloboa Row.
Newberry, S. C.
Dec. 10, 1878, 50-1t.
R. A. M.
At the regular convocation of Signet
Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M.. held Dec.
9th, 18'8, the fullowing officers were
elected to serve the ensuing year:
M. Foot, M. E. H. P.
N. B. Mazyck, E. K.
W. C. Parker, E. S.
H. C. Moses..Cap. of H.
Eduard Scholtz, P. S.
0. L. Schumpert, R. A. Cap.
J. C. Wardlaw, G. M. 3d V.
John Neece, G. M. 2nd V.
P. H. Duckett, G. M. 1st V.
P. Rodelsperger, Treas.
F. N. Parker, Sec'y.
W. C. Johnson, Sentinel.
Luytie's Brandies and Wines, for sale
by TOM Q. BOOZER.
Please call and examine my well se
lected stock of fine Gold and Silver
Watches, Watch Chains, Clocks, Jew
elry, Spectacles, Eye-Glasses, Cutlery,
Toilet Sets, Vases, Moustache Cups,
Mugs. and all kinds of Fancy Articles,
which I will sell cheap and for cash
only. EDUARD SCHOLTZ,
50-2t Practical Watchmaker.
Tuesday evening-Historical Lecture
by Rev. Sam'l Leard, at 7 P. M., at the
Methodist Church. Subject-" Life
Sketches of the Fathers of Methodism
in South Carolina,"
Wednesday-Opening Session of the
Conference a 9 o'clock, A. M., at the
Wednesday evening-Sermon before
the Undergraduates, at the Methodist
Church, by Rev. Henry M. Mood.
COMMITTEES ON EXAMINATION.
I. Committee on Applicants will
meet at Mr. L. E. Folk's.
II. Committee of the 1st Year at
III. Committee of the 2nd Year at
Mr. R. C. Chapman's.
IV. Committee on 3d Year at Circuit
V. Committee of 4th Year at Room
of 1. M. C. A.
Preaching in the Methodist Church
every evening following.
Solid Comfort Cigars, 2 for a nickle.
Smoke and be happy, says
50-2t TOM Q. BOOZER.
Now is the Time.
At this season of the year every one
is on the look out for something- new,
nice and cheap, something extra, for it
is holiday time, Christmas is at hand,
and every one, big and lhttle, must, be
made to feel just a little happier than
common, the cost being a secondary
consideration, for it only comes once a
year, you know. Its a settled fact that
something has to be bought, perhaps
many things, for some men and women
do things on a grand scale in the happy
Christmas time, make ever so many
little and big ones happy and feel the
better for it in the doing. This point
settled, the question arises what shall
these good, nice, cheap things be, and
where can they be had; well, we an
swer th.e whole by saying at Kingsland
& Heath's imniense establishmient in
Columbia, where can be found the
greatest variety of such goods as are
needed at this particular time. Their
stock is bewilderingly lo-vely. 50tf.
Is already on our table for January,
a triumph of art, literature, and fashion.
Either of the two steel engravings "The
Playmates," or "The Letter at the Gate,"
is worth the price of the number. Then
the treble-sized colored pattern, "Per
sian Embroidery in Applique, &c.," the
very newest thing out, would be cheap
at fifty cents. As for the mammoth
colored fashion-plate, it is simply un
rivalled; and besides this, there are
some thirty other fashioii illustrations.
Then, too, there is a SumPEMENT, with
a full-size pattern for a Winter Mantilla,
the very latest style. To praise the
stories in "Peterson" is unnecessary;
they are always original, and always
the best. Two powerful novelets are
begin, one by Ann S. Stephens, another
by Jane G. Atustin; and in addition
there are stories by Frances Hodgson
Brnett, Rebecca Harding Davis, Frank
Lee Benedict, "Josiah Allen's Wife,"
Now is the time to subscribe. "Peter
son "is unquestionably the cheapest and
best of th~e ladies' books. T he price is
only two dollars a year. To clubs it is
cheaper still, viz: 4 copies for $#.50,
with an extra copy gratis to the person
getting up the club, or 5 copies for $8.00,
and both an extra copy and a superb
premmum engraving. "Christ Blessing
Little Children." Specimens of the
magazine sent gratis to persons wish
ing to get up clubs. Address CHARLES
J. PETERSON, - 80$ ClgeStnuit Street,
Something New-A Rare Opportunity.
We have lately had brought to our notice
a new kitchen utensil, the -real merit of
which entitles it to something more than
the passing notice we can give to it. We
allude to t.be PEERLESS FLOUR AND
MEAL SIFTER, manufactured by the Peer-.
less Sifter Company, of Cincin-2ati. A Com-.
bination Sifter, Weigher, Measure, Mixer,
Rice VM asher, Flour Scoop, Tomato, Pump
kin, Fruit, Wine, Jelly and Starch Strainer.
Twelve distinct articles combined in one,
and is sold at a price within the reach of
every family. To purchase separate uten
sis for all p,f the above purposes would
1cost more than ten times sthe amount iesked
for the Peerless Sifter.
Housekeepers will appreciate the Peerless
Sifter for the following reasons: It does
flour, which in cold weather is very un
lasaut ; can be worked so easily and rap
idir ; will sift iWe tiyles as fast as the comn
mon sieve, and much faster 4nd better than
iumv other sifter ever introduced. It isa op
erated with a simple and easy lever mo
tion, and is acknowledged by every one
to be far preferable to the awkward and un
handy Trotary motion in sifters heretofore
sold. Jt seems to us that it would be no
trouble for ga enpgeepp lady or gentleman
in thi vi,.iniy to sell a werless Siftar to
Bear in mind that we open a new
subscription book on the first of Janua
ry, and all subscribers in arrears are
requested to pay up by that time. Sub
scribers whose time expires between
now and January (look for the rid X
cross mark on the margin) are invited
to renew their subscriptions. Remem
ber that the HERALD can be had for 12,
6, or 3 months to suit the circumstances
Those in arrears after January first.
will have to pay at the rate of $2.50
per year. 3t.
The Methodist preachers began to
come in Saturday and have come in a
steady stream since. All the travel
ing preachers of the State, about one
hundred and seventy in number. are
members of the Conference, and only a
very few of them are absent. There
are, in addition, fifty lay delegates.
The Baptist congregation has kindly
tendered its church for the sessions of
the Conference, and it has been thank
Bishop Pierce, of Georgia, who was
to preside, has been taken sick and is
unable to come. Bishop Wightman, of
Charleston, will fill his place.
Rev. S. P. H. Elwell preached in the
Methodist Church last night (Monday.)
Rev. Samuel Leard will deliver an his
torical lecture to-night at the same
church-Subject; "Life Sketches of the
Fathers of Methodism in South Coroli
The Sessions of the Conference will
be opened at 9 A. M., to-morrow (Wed
nesday) at the Baptist Church. Ser
mon before the undergraduates at the
Methodist Church at night byRev. Henry
The sessions of the Conference are
open, and the public is invited to at
Thomas and Jeremiah, (Hot Scot,) at
all hours of the day and far into the
night, in the inimitable style peculiar to
50-2t TOM Q. BOOZER.
Treasurer Whites and the C. & C. R. R.
The Greenville and Columbia Rail
road offered to pay its taxes on its
property in this County this year in the
bills of the Bank of the State. Treas
urer Whites declined to receive them,
and levied upon the property of the
road to secure payment. Wednesday
he was served by Gen James Conner.
Receiver of the road, with a rule to
show cause why he should not be at
tached for contempt for levying upon
and taking said property in his posses
sion while the same was j the custody
of the Court. The rule was heard be
fore Judge Pressley at Newberry, on
Friday last. The Treasurer made his
return to the rule through his attorneys,
Messrs. Moorman & Schumpert. His
Honor discharged the rule, and passed
an order allowing the Treasurer to file
his petition praying to be made a party
to the proceedings before the Goiart at
Columbia. The petition will be heard
at Columbia one day this week. The
Treasurer was very~desirious that His
Honor should decide upon the question
of tender by the road-whether the ten
der in bills of the Bank of the State
was a sufficient tender; in other words,
whether the Treasurer is bound to re
ceive such bills for County taxes-it has
already been decided that the State
must take them-but His Honor de
elned to give any decision on the ques
QUERY : "Why will men smoke
common tobaeo, when they can buy
Marburg Bros. 'Seal of Yorth CJaro
lina,' at the same price?'! 5-ly.
The Special Term of the Circuit Court
was opened Thursday, 5th, Judge B. C.
Pressly presiding. Only criminal busi
ness was taken up, and not a great deal
of that kind was got through, on ac
count of the shortness of the time al
lowed. Judge Pressly disp4tches biasi
ness with regularity and care and with
out -unnecessary delay. The Grand
Jury, having already and recently made
a full presentment this year, had no re
port to make this term, and their duties
were confined to considering bills of in
dictment. They were discharged Sat
urday. They were detained thus long
because many witnesses, not having had
notice of the Special Term, were ab
sent and had to be waited for.
The following cases have beeni dis
State vs. Phobe Ruff alias Cooper,
Assault and Battery-Guilty.
State vs. Geo. Spence, Stealing grain
from the freehold-Pleaded guilty.
State vs. Preston B. Chappell, same
offense-Gilty; recommended to the
mercy of the Court.
State vs. J. P. Satterwhite, Fayette
Satterwhite, Betty Cannon, Isom Sat
terwhite and R. S. Satterwhite, Riot,
and Assault and Battery-Continued.
State vs. Arnold Cato, Qrand L4ar
State vs. Win. Sheppard, Wesley
Williams and Robert Bangle, Burglary,
and Grand Larceny-Continued.
State vs. Walker To bias, Assault with
intent to kill, and assault and battery
State vs. John Daniels and Kent Gall
man, Cow Stealing-Continued as to
Gallan, he being nonl est inventu..
State vs. Moses Thompson, Assault
with intent to kill, and assault and bat
tery-True bill; guilty of assault and
State vs. Albert Gilliam, Bastardy
State vs. Caesar Cannon and John
Werts, Grand Larceny-Guilty as to
State vs. Isaae Smith, alias Glenn,
Stealing grain from the freehold-True
tae vs. Henry Davis and Berley
Davi, Grand Larcepy-True bill.
State vs. Pierce Perry, HTorse steal
in-True bill. Continued' in order to
allow an inquiry whether the defendant
is not a lunatic.
State vs. Zachariah Taylor and Law
rence Livingston, Riot, and assault and
battery-Struck off the docket.
State vs. Louis Credg anc} Charlotte
Crede, Breach of' the peace;' appeal
from Trial Justice Court-Struck off.
- State vs. H. C. Moses, Official mis
State vs. Jno. C. Kling, Receiving
stolen goods, knowing them to be stolen
Sta'e'vs."Watlin Smith, Assaalt with
intent to kill-Continued.
State vs. Drayton Chandler, Refusing
to work~ on road-Continued.
State vs. Win. Nance, Obtaining
money under false pretences; the horse
tridg ,case, appealed from Trial Jus
P... A~1~ ~
Conference in session,
Hosts and delegates happy.
Fowl murders every day this week.
Hope none of the preachers will take
Subscriptions must be paid by the
first of January or no paper will be
sent. Printers cannot live on hope.
Never before has there been such a
lot of pretty things brought to town
for the little folks' Christmas. Our sta
tionery store is fully supplied.
This is the month for merchants to
send billet doux to their debtors. The
HERALD office is prepared to print the
necessary papers in nice style.
Doors were made to shut out the cold
in winter as well as to admit eomers.
When you find a door closed do not
leave it open.
If you want to subscribe to the
HERALD and can't spare the money,
bring its value in something else.
Printers are very accommodating.
The community generally have had
a taste of spare-ribs and sausages.
Some are looking and waiting for more
of the porcine quadrupeds to come this
"Jacob" in the drama of Jane Eyre
was inimitable and "hagonized" the
house. "A little nonsense now and
then is relished by the wisest men."
Would that we had more of it.
Christmas trade is beginning to be
felt in all the various branches, and for
a brief period the merchant will feel
that he is able to allow his children
to have sugar on their bread, while he
will take sugar in "his'n." Happy
Four souls made happy since our last
issue. What is love? Two souls with
but a single thought, two hearts which
beat as one. We wish them much
The individual that was to bring in
oats-where is he? And that chunk of
lightwood-where is it?
Did you receive a notice two weeks
ago? Did you see the red cross mark
last week? You know what they mean
Sad is the degeneracy of the times,
formerly men said what they meant,now
what they don't mean. Its mean still,
Telegraph poles are being placed
along the Laurens Rail Road preparato
ry to conneating Laurens with the out
side world by wire.
Mr. R. B. Keene is having built by
Mr. Cline a twc-story dwelling house
on Adams Street, adjoining M. A. Car
A white man was convicted of steal
ing from a negro, on the -testimony of
negroes, and by a white jury last week.
An item or two for the ladies.
How to produe.e a tellipg effet-com
municate a secret to a woman.
There is only one thing stronger thani
a woman's will, and that is her "won't."1
"The strongest propensity in a wo
man's nature," says a careful student
of the sex, "is to want to know what is
going on, and the next thing is to boss1
A woman hearing a great deal about
"preserving autumn leaves" put up
some, but afterwa~rds toldse q neighbor
they were not fit to eat, and she might
as wvell have thrown her sugar away.
The Abbeville Press and Banner sayst
double weddings are the fashion in
Newberry. Of course, Bro. Wilson,
how can folks marry without doubling?
Follow the fashion old fellow.
Cokesbury and Newberry have been<
joined together by another link in thet
matrimonial chain. Newberry gains
by the operation a charming addition
to her already beautiful sisterhood.
The handsomiest and cheapest lot 1f
Papeterie, "Pi.c'tpe Booki, Bibles, Al
bums, Blocks', Games and othier suitab'le
presents foir Christmas ever seen are to I
be found at the HERALD Store.
If you have any faults, or have com
mitted errors during the year set aboutr
reforming now reader, and start with
a clean record January 1st, 1879. One
of the sins, that of borrowing' the
HERALD, we should like to see 4tQ4ed
for-a paid up subscription will pay all1
Our city will be brim full this week
every house (vill be fill-4he hotise- I
wife's hands will be fpll-hearts will
be full-and judging from the exten
sive preparations making the visitingt
brethren will be kept full. In a time
of such universal fullness it is hoped
that this office will be filled with sub
scribers anxious to settle up.
No head of a family performs his]
whole duty, unless he keeps on hand<
a supply of Dr. Harter's incomparable
remedies. DR. HARTER's LIVER
PILLs, or DR. HARTER's FEVER AND
AUlE SPECIFC may be needed at any
day, to preserve or restore the health.
For sale by all Druggists. Dowie
& Moise, Wholegale Agents, Charles
ton, S. C.
Gen. A. C. Garlington paid us a short
visit Wednesday last. He was on his
way to Columbia.
F. W. Fant, Esq., has gone to house-i
keeping i the flouse belonging to L. J.]
JQnes, 'sq., on Bondary Street. 4
J. F. J. Calawell. Esq., has moved
into Mr. Pool's new brick house on
0. L. Schumpert,Esq., goes to Charles-4
ton this week as a delegate to the
qrand I.fodge of Free Masons.
We were pleased to receive a visit on
Friday morning from Mr. H. N. Reid,
the genial and go-ahead agent, of
Messrs. Printup, Bro. & Pollard. man
ufacturers, of Augusta, Ga. His house
is rich in premiums from the Georgia
State and County Fairs.
Somthing for the New Y'ear.1
The world renowned success of Hostetter's
Bitters and their contioned popularity for a
quarer of a century as astomachic, is scarcely
oore wonderful than the welcome that greets1
the annual appearance of Hostetter's Alma
nac. This valuable medical treatise is pub
lised by Hostetter & 8mith, Pitosburgh,-Pa.,
under their owyn imiflediate siepervisiOnl, em-1
ployig 80 hands in that department. Ten
cylinder printing presses, 8 t'olding machines,
5 job presses, &c., are running about eleven]
months in the year on this work, and the is-1
sue of same for 1879 will not be less than ten
millions, printed in the English, German,:
French, Welsh, Norwegian, Swedish, Hol
l-An Bohamian nnA Snanih langnage..|
Charlotte Thompson as Jane Eyre.
Charlotte Thompson and her compa
ny played Jane Eyre to a full house
Wednesday evening. The drama is
constructed from Charlotte Bronte's
novel of that name. In its adaptation
to the stage several changes have been
made, the most horrible and disagree
able parts of the novel being omitted.
For instance, the novel makes the ma
niac the wife of Edward Rochester,
while in the drama she appears as the
widow of his elder brother; in the
novel she is burned up in the conflaga
Lion which ensued from her secretly
etting fire to Rochester's bed and he
had his eyes burned out, while in the
rama she and lie both escape unhurt.
rhis makes the play a pleas'ant one.
Miss Thompson acted her part splend
idly. As a young girl at the house of
ber aunt she was very natural, and
equallv so as the governess. She had
I good support. Mrs. Fairfax made
.verbody like her. Mrs. Reed soon
aarned for herself the name of the
levil's angel, and many a hand itched
o box the ears of her "darling boy."
Another lot of those Fresh Crackers
n variety, and Frenlch Candy, at H. A.
This Will Pay.
Many times the small cost will be re
:urned to every person, in the country,
>r village, or city, who supplies himself
md family with the plain, practical,
-eliable, useful payinq information
Ziven in the Americai Agriculurist.
[t was so named because started 37
rears ago as a rural journal, but is now
reatly enlarged in size and scope, and
?rofusely illustrated, so that it meets
be wants of all classes-of cultivators of
he smallest plots, or of the largest
ar'ns-of Housekeepeepers and Chil
len--ofowners of attle, Horses Sheep,
md Swine-of Fruit Growers, 1lorists,
Builders, Mechanics, etc. From 600 to
300 original Engravings in every Vol
ime, bring right to the eye and under
;tanding, many useful, labor-helping
ind labor-saving contrivances, largely
1ome-made, and for out-door and in
loor work; also plants, animals. con
truction of dwellings, etc., etc. These
iumerous Engravings make this Jour
ial greatly superior to every other one
reating on the same subjects. The
?ersistent, caustic exposures of.Hum
ugs and Swindles are of great value
o all its readers. Over $?5,000 a year
re ezpended il collecting useful and
nterestir)g information and engravings,
:he benefit of all which can be enjoyed
it the reduced price of only 1.25 each,
>r ten copies at $1 each. A specimen
:opy, 10 cents. Try it a year. It will
ay. Published by ORANGE JUDD CO.,
.45 Broadway, New York.
N. B.-A copy of Marshall's mag
ificent Steel Plate Engraving, "'THE
FARMER'S PRIDE," is delivered free to
verv subscriber of the American Ag
~iculturist who sends 20 cents extra to
~over cost of packing and postage.
..iver is King.
The Liver is the imperial organ of
he whole human system, as it con
rols the life, health and happiness of
an. When it is disturbed in its pro
~er action, all kinds of ailments are the
atural result. The digestion of food,
he movements of the heart and blood,
he action of the brain and nervous
ystem, are all immediately connected
'ith the workings of the Liver. It has
een successfully proved that Green's
ugust Flower is unequalled in curing
ill persons afflicted with Dyspepsia or
ver Complaint, and all the numerous
ymptoms that result from an un
ealthy conition~ of the Liyer sa
stomach. $ample botties to try, 10
~ents. Positively sold in all towns on
he Western Continent. Three doses
vill prove that it is just what you want.
A LICENSE ACT DECLARED UN
IONSTITUTONAL.-Judge Jackson, of
he United States District Court of
West Virgina, has recently decided
n the case of the Singer Manufactur
g Company against W., J. Hill, the
sheriff of Wood County, that the act
if the Legislature of West Tfirginia
posing a license ta on hawkers and
eddlers is unconstitutional in so far
s it discriminates against articles
nanfactured in- another State and
rought to that State for sale by the
nanufacturer. Following a recent de
ision of the Supremxe Court of the
Jited States, the Judge hiolds this
aiy to be a regglation of commerce
hih the State has no power to
H EA LTh NOTEs.-Statistics prove
hat twenty five per cent. of the deaths
a our larger cities are caused by con
umption, and when we reflect that
his terrible disease in its earlier stage
vill readily yield to a bottle of Dr.
3ull's Cough Syrup (costing 25
ients), shall we condemn the sufferers
'r their negligence, or pity them for
heir ignorance ?
ge PLAIN HoME TAL.K EMBRACING1
d EDICA L COMMON SENSE, a book of
iarly 1000 pages and 200 illustrations,
s now issued in three styles: Half Mo
occo, $3.5; English Cloth, Staridard
Edition, $3.25; Fine American Cloth,
opular Edition, containing all matter
ind 5llustrations, $1.50. This invalua
yle work, embracing a practical treatise
>n chronic diseases, sexual physiology,
md a thousand things worth knowing.
fromi the pen of DR. E. B. FOOTE, of
.20 Lexington Aveuue, New York~
Jity, who has beeni in extensive prac
ice for twenty-five yeara. Book sent
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ress MURRAY HILL PUBLISHING COM
?ANY, 129 EAST 23TH Street, New York
November 27th, 1878, at the residence of
1. W. L. Spearman, by Rev. J. B. Traywick,
ssisted by Rev. M. E. Broadus, Mr. JOE!,
L. SMITH. son of J3. Robert Smith, of Lan
-ens County. S. C., to Miss LoU ELLA GAar,
laughter of the late Dr. Rush Gary, of
fewberry County, S. C.
On 'lhursday, at I M. December 5th, 1878,
y the Rev. R A. Fair, at the residence of the
ride's father, Mr. JoHN W. COPPocK -and
diss ELIZA JOHNsTONE, daughter of Silas
On Thursday morning, December5th, 1878.
y the Rev. Manning Browni, at the residence
>f the bride's father, Dr. EDwis C. Jpgz~
>f Newberry, and Miss JutIA C6~NNER,
laughter'of L. D. Conner, Esq., of Cokes-'
November 12:h,1878,by Rev. A. J. Cauthen'
a!r. W. M. CAUTHEN, son of the offieisting
ninister, and Miss B. J. SHOEMAKER, of
NWwBRRTy S.. Dec. 7,1878.
Newberry Pomona Grange, No. 4
The regular meetings of this Grange will
be held at Odd Fellotvs' Hall, in Newberry,
on-FRIDAY folloVing Sale-day in January,
April, .July, and October of each year, at 11
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A. J. KILGORE, Secretary.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Dec. 3.
Ordinary...... ..................... 61a6f
Good Ordinary...................... 6a7
Low Middling....................... 7. a71
Good Middling....................... None
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New . 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.....
Sides, C. R., New.......
DRY SALTED MEATS
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Sides, Long Clear ........... 81
Uncanvassed Hams.......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 16
Leaf, in Tierces.......... 121
Leaf. in Buckets............. 21
Granulated Standard..... .12a
Extra C................... 12J
Coffee C.. .......... 11
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Cuba Molasses......... 60
TEA- Sugar House Molasses. 40
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Young Hyson........... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Best PRio a
Good Rio........... 25
Cider Vinegar.........1 50
- White Wine Vinegar.. '5
SOAP...................... ...... 6a 10
S1'ARCH............................. l0s 16
STAR CANDLES .................. 15
FLOUR, perbbl............. ....... 6.00a 7.50
PEARL HOMINY................. 5
CANDY..... ....................... . 15
CONCENTRATED LYE......... 15
ENGLISH SODA. ............10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE......,.............. 16
TOBACCO . .-- ......: 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) ker.... ........... 8.50
ARROW TIES, per bunch............. 2 75
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
RED OATS-per ............40a
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EVRYTING AT .3TTK
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NEWBERRY, S. 0.. o
An election will be hield
Nos. l, 2, 9and 10,ON THR
CEMBER NEXT, to alterLheF
under Act approved Jane '1
form of - ballot shall be .asf
Feiwe Stock-Yes. To Fence -
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places, with the following ns
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A. J. Kilgore, J. M. Johnso*
No. 2, at Gibson's-Soe
Thos.0. Brown KD., Thomss_
No. 9, at Prosperity. -aaia
Young, H. S. Bo;e, AllenHa ,
No. 10, at Jolly Street.
seph Q*uattlebaum, G. II M nI
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By virtue of the power veste
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18th of December, 187i8, alith
property of said deceased (excet
bold and kitchen furniture), c
the following articles, to.wit-: Seven
and one Horse, nine head o
Wagons. two Buggies and one
Corn and Fodder, Plantation,
and Blacksmith's Tools, &c.
Terms of'fale-Cash ondeisy,
Dec. 4, 49-94.
STATE OF SOUTH CAR -
COUN~TY OF NEWBR
Notice is hereby given that unde&
virtue of a miortgage with poteo.
me given on the 24th day of Apd1i9
Mrs. E. A. Payne and J. W. Paekz
will sell, on Sale-day in January, -89
that tract or platationr of land,
said Cwty and State, containu2
HUNDRED ACRES, more or Is'
bounded by lands of John MM -
Francis White, John T. Hill antd G~
Terms of Sale-CASH. PrbasI
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Dec. 4, 49- 5t. Mrg~
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others, comaining One Hunndredtid
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Notice sDetors ota
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