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Special and Local.
W EDNESDA Y, JAN. 29, IST9.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISE-MENTS.
S. F. Fant-Notice.
Lambert W. Jones-For Rent.
if. S. Boozer-Notice to Teachers.
J. H. Estill-Mornin. News Serials.
C. F. Jackson-Economy is Wealth.
James L. Iatley and ohers-Notiwe.
C,ppock & Johnson-New Lot or Buggies.
A. J. McCaughrin & Co.-Agricultural
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The subseription price of the Herald
is $2.00for twelve mnonth., $1.00 for ix
inonths, 50 cents for three nonths and
25 cents for one qnonth, in advance.
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the subscription books wl,il the cash or
its equicalent is paid.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives..... ......11 20 A M
Down Train arrives ........... 3 07 P M
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" leaves......... 2 30 P M
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R. W. BOONE, P AM
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 11, 1878.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. Julius B. Smith, of this place.,
died Mcnday night, the 27th, at 9
ociock, after a short illness. He was
born in Lexington County, February,
1805, and came to NYewberry when a
young man. Beginning life as a poor
boy he succeeded, by hard work and
good business tact, in accumulating a
large property. He was never married.
"Uncle Julius," as he was familiarly
known, was a man of simple tastes,
of venerable appearance, of strict in
tegr:ity and possessing a kind disposi
tion. He had many friends in this
community and throughout the County,
who will be sorry to hear of his death.
He wvill be buried in Rosemort Ceme
tery, this (Tuesday) afternoon, 41
hearse to leave Mr. Geo. A. Langford&s
S. C. C.
Foul Play is out, have ordered it and
you will re<seive it by Saturday's mail.
Call at H. A. Burns' and examine the
New Patent Spinning Wheels.
New Tr.a! Justices.
Messrs. Muiesoni M. Buford and John
L. Epps have been appointed by the
G~overnor Trial Justices in and for this
.Miles-Amanacs for 1879.
.--' Price 10 .cents, at
.3-3t HERALD UOOK STORE.
From the Columbia Begaister of the
26th inst.: "IOn yesterday forty-six
car loads of cotton arrived at Columbia
on the G. & C. R. Ri., and forty-two on
the day before. The whole number of
bales shipped over this road this year is
5,0 more than at this date in 1878."
The Carolina Farmer.
,We acknowledge receipt of this very
excellent agricultural monthly for Jan
tuarv., and take pleasure in recommend
ing it.to.our farmer friends as in every
nyag' worthy their support. Address for
subscription WV. H1. Bernard, Wilmning
t.on, N. C., with $1.50.
WVith and without mortgage attacn
ment, and Landowner's Liens.
For sale at
S-tf H ERALD BOOK STORE.
.A Bad Road,
The road be.tween Newberry and the
~h Floyd place, a disr.ance of ten
is i a very bad conditf. ?Mr.
s' wagoa started from the
onday and reached town
four attempts before he
ttention of the newv
Best Sweet Navy
d, C. F. Jackson, Is
t financially we have
nd that "th winter
is now made glorious
have no doubt that he
enerally. His card this
at he is up with the times,
bttom is not out, so far as
All communications relating to
I-sonai interests wvill be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
The February number of tis faworite
mionthly is already to hand, and it is
excellently well filled,fully up to if not
ahead of any of its p)redecessors. The
mnatter in any one number is worth a
whole year's subscription and every
farmer in the County :ahould be a sub
scriber; only $1.50 per annum. Ad
dress Orange Judd Co., Newv York.
Xeitt vs. Jones,
The case of Ellison S. Keitt against
George Jones, proprietor of the New
York Times, for libel, was ended Fi.i.
Wishes it understood by the trading
public that lie is determined not to be
outdone in his business. le therefore
gives notice to his customers and the
public that he has a good and well select
ed stock of goods bought for cash at hot
toi prices, which he has concluded to
sell regardless of cost, as low and lower
even than any other merchant in New
berry. le asks for a trial at his new
and elegant building. 1t.
We acknowledge receipt from the
Silsby Manufacturing Co., Seneca Falls.
New York, of two handsomely printed,
finely illustrated nnd comprehensive
priced list catalgues of the several fire
engines and other apparatus the build
ing and sale of which have made this
company so popular.
Free, Gratis for Nothing.
We learn that persons are tramping
the country and selling to farmers a
formula or receipt for mixing fertilizers,
and some of the farmers have bought
the same. We take pleasure in stating
that Messrs. A. J. McCaughrin & Co.,
are giving these fomulas away free
All that is necessary is to ask the in
telligent chief for a pamphlet and it
will be given you.
Tying the Cordian Knot.
As we stepped into Trial Justice Car
lisle's office Thursday morning a young
colored couple were standing in front of
his Honor, looking as happy as a big
sun flower. In*a few well timed re
marks the Judge impressed upon the
couple the seriousness of the business
on hand, iave them some excellent ad
vice, and m the name of the State of
South Carolina pronounced them man
Death of a Veteran.
Capt. David Denny died at his home
in Edgefield County, suddenly, Wednes
.ay night. le was a captain in the
Seminole ward also in the Confede
rate war, and was as gailant . soldier
as ever fired a gun. He went into the
late war when his hair was white with
age; but he refused all favors and bore
the burdens and did the duties of a
young man. His death ig a serious loss
to his County.
Mr. J. A.-Dominick, living near Pros
perity, left at this office on Wednesday
last a portion of what was a piece of
hickory which five ygsws ggo was driven
into a tree as a wedlge, vinegar having
previously been poured into the hole
with the purpose to kill the tree. The
tree was cut down by his father, Mr.
John Dominick, last week, and the
wedge wajs found changed into a sub
stance as soft as cork and reserpb!ng.
the root of calamus. Strange.
Sometimes a man gets into a mess
which is not agreeable and he will give
a pretty to get .out of it creditably, but
when a mess gets into a man it is quite1
another affa.ir. East week M. B, Bate
man, the coolest man in Columbia (he
keeps ani ice house) and one of the most
genial and clever (because he deals in
Norfolk oysters of the best) made our
hearts glad by the gift of a bucket of
the very finest. It was a nice present
and ample justice was done them.
A New Dprue
Many of our druggists~take in their
assistants as occasion demands, and
sometimes send all the way North for
them. Dr. WV. E. Pelhamn makes a new
departure, and has in training a young
ch:tp of the maost aipproved type, home
raised, whom he exzpets to maize a
first-class druggist of. He is quite
young yet, only a few days old, but the
promise of development in mind and
-ody is all that the most ardent could
"The colored Methodi::t Conference
is in session this week at Newvberry,
Bishop Brown presiding. The preach
ers from this County are largely repre
snted in the Conference notwithstand
ing the scarcity of money and the dis
tressingly hard times. Newberry can
hardly recover this year-two Confer
ences in one year is a little more than
The Abbeville Mecdiu~m from which
we take the above places a wrong esti
mate on the capacity of Newberry.
Like an omnibus there is always room
What Everybody Wants.
There are certain things that are al
ways in season, things that cannot be
done without either, consequently the
demand never ceases, everybody and
his wife wants them. Some people
need them oftener than others, and yet
occasionally the phenomenon presents
tsef of a pian or woman who feels the
want but once in a lifie time, and once
suplied have need for no more. These
are the careful kind and are rare cases
we know a lady wvho has used one tin
keeer for t wenty years and it is as good
t-ay as when first bought. Perhape
she has no children. People with child
rein have to get the articles we will
designato directly oftener than those
without, children are dlestructive and a
piece of common crockery or fine
china (these are the things we mean) is
just as apt to be broken as not. Well,
The 3and Fair.
)o not forget the band fair, ye ladies
and gentlemen, which is to take place
on Monday night, February .3rd. in
Mower's Hall. "Music hath charms,"
you know, but it depends a good deal
upon the character and condition of the
instruments, no matter how good the
players. The instruments now in pos
session of the band are old, some of
them wheezy and the young gentlemen
perforiers, always ready to lend their
ellbrts on all proper occasions, desire to
procure a new set. Go give them a
helping hand at the fair. by turning out
en masse and making a liberal use of
your loose change.
Dr. Foote's Health Monthly.
Has been published for three years
and has established a reputation as a
health jouinal. Thousands of papers
quote, and their readers appreciate, its
articles. And yetthe IEALTH MONTHLY
with its sixteen royal actavo pages is
offered at only FITY CENTS per yeaf.
Send for sample copy. It will be
mailed free. )i. E. B. FoOTE, author
of Medical Cotamon Sense, etc., is its
Senior Editor, assisted by Dr. E. B.
FOOTE, JR., who is also In practice with
his father. All the readers of Dr.
Foote's publications can consult the
Doctor free upon any subject relating
to health or disease. A cheap popular
edition of Plain Home Talk embracing
Medical Common Sense is sent by mail,
postage pr,epaid, for $1.50. You better
enclose a $2.00 postal order for both the
hook and the HEALTH MONT1L.y. Ad
dreSS MLRFAY HILL PUBLISHING COM
ANy, 129 East 28th Street, Ncw York
Messrs. M. L. Bonham, Jr., and L.
W. Simkins. in their salutatory on as
suming editorial control of the New
berry News, Friday last, express them
selves in sentiments which have the ring
of true metal--of "pure, organized
Deoeracy," and with this wholesome
avowal enter the list for public patron
age. We extend these young gentle
men the right hand of cordial welcome
to the fraternity and wish them a large
share of success. The senior, Mr. Bon
ham, is well known to the press from
his connection with the Ninety-Six
Guarijn, the editorial control of which
gave proof of his abiiities as a writer
and thinker and placed him in the front
rank as a journalist. Mr. Simpkins
enters an untried field, hut with a vim
and energy and abilities which will
soon make the editorial harness fit easily
and well, and the two we have reason
to believe will make the News a wel
come visitor through the County as well
as the State.
We are pleased to see that the paper
has been enlarged, and that its former
publishers. Messrs. Rt. HI. Greneker, Jr.,
and W. P. Houseal still have manage
ment of the typographical department.
The first issue under the new direction
presents a neat and creditable ap)pear
THoMI'sos, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
A Splendid Machine.
The people of Newberry are pro
gressive, generous, social, fun loving
and made up of gocd material and on
the best priciples of science, like a first
class steam engine-not of one horse
power but of the power of many horses
and to carry cut the figure ate provided
with a safety valye or regulator, so tbat
when too great a head of steam is gen:
erated it may be let off or out and the
danger of bursting be prevented. They
must be doing something andl that con
stantly, and if in isn't one thing its
something else, for in spite Qf themn
selves the pressure of steam gets too
high and the valve has to be touched,
and then we have something nice and
The first escapes of steam this year
resulted in pound parties to the preach
rs, and the'head of steam must have
been great for the distribution of
pounds were various. Nobody was
hurt on either of these happy occasions,
and the social machine after the escape
of steam cooled down for awhile. Soon
however, some one of the good souls,an?d
there are many of them, feels like hav
ing the whistle blown once more, and
this good lady-for these things all
originate with the ladies-kindles a
blaze, every body adds fuel and soon
another big head of steam is raised, and
the consequence is a h.ot supper. That
was a nice affair, wasn't it, and the
oysters and the coffee, andl the chicken
salad and the girls, oh dear, we love to
hink about it all.
Is this all, not a bit .o it-it would
never do to let this great machine grow
rusty. So the temperance folks fired
her up one night last week, got up a
big head (on the machine not on them
selves,) the whistle sounded and the
Good Templars anud their friends rallied
to the sound, and the cscape this time
resulted in a great big pound party and
social alt Temperance Hall. Unfortu
nately for us other business prevented
our being there and enjoying the festiv
ities but that did not check the fun,
which ran liig aind late. We like
these things, they are good for the
health, keep people from growing stin
gy too, and we hope the old machine
will be fired up at every opportunity.
It is gratifying to know that the ha
(ies are getting up steam at this very
moment for the benefit of the band
nd that on next Monday night, Mow
er's Ilall will be throwni open for a
ggreat big enjoyment. See that you ar
there reader. And this is not all, some
Oin Saturday night we were alarmed
by the rinair of the auction hell, the
first thought being that it was fire, a
rush was made to the door to see in
what direction the ilames denoted it to
be. when we ran into a mysterious in
dividual with a basket in hand who en
quired if he was at the editor's house,
and then precipitated himself down the
stairs and out into the street. Exami
nation of the basket proved that it con
tained a mess of delicious krout which
equaled liniberger cheese in odor, and
coiled up on top a magnificent link of
sausage. Enquiring into the circum
stances we find that we are indebted
to Mr. Zobel, of Helena, for the treat,
and we now take occasion to thank him
heartily, as we dote on krout andl have
a great weakness for sausage.
Sihis Johnstone, Esq., has been duly
commissioped as Mastpr and enters at
once upon his duties.
Mr. Samuel Boozer, Jr , who has been
quite low with typhoid fever, has al
Mr. Abe Foot is on a visit to New
berry, and we are pleased to say that he
is looking rema*ghly w!1.
Dr. Homer P. Tarrant his been in
town for several days. le is just re
covering from a spell of sickness.
We are glad to be able to state that
Mr. E. H. Christion has about recover
ed from his recent seveic illness.
Mr. S. W. Vance, of Laurens County,
near Miiton, has been appointed Trial
Mr. L. E. Folk has imoved into the
And Maj. John P. Kinard has moved
into the house occupied last year by
Mr. Folk, which he has bought.
Capt. T. B. Whites has moved into
the Halfacre house on Pratt Street, oo
cupied last year by Mr. McWhirter.
Dr. Strother Pope left Newberry on
Thursday last, to take position as Phy
sician to the Penitentiary. We part
with cur genial friend with reget and
wish hii a large shlae of success.
Various and all About.
Ants that keep the world busy-Inf
Mr. John Frost is the author of
The book auction man made a good
thing of his visit to Newberry.
Mr. McCaughrin's Jerseys are five
months old, instead of two years.
Mr. W. Hi. Eddy has built a new
blacksmith and wvood shop at Jalapa.
The roads around about Newberry
are in fine condition-dry as a powder
What pleasure can exceed the smok
ing of thie weed-such as 14. A. Burns
When we are nervous, we sometimes
take something to nerve us. So says
the local of the Columbia Register.
The A. M. E. Conference closed Fri
day. Rev. M. M. Maue was appointed
to this place. Red Weston goes to
Arthur Lee, a colored hand on the
G. & C. R. R., jumped from the cars
Wednesday anpd broke llis leg. He
lives at IIelena.
Sheriff Wheeler was seen on the
street so soon last Thursday morning
that the supposition is indulged that he
was looking for the early worm.
The Methodist Church ought to have
a choir; it is too hard on thie preacher
to have to do the preaching, praying
and singing all by himself,
Owners of pead jewelry zhould be
careful to keep it from exposure to
greasy surfaces, as contact of this kind
destroys its lustre.
Mr. E. P. Chalmers the affaible Clerk
of Court has our thanks for polite and
eficient attention to ofljee business, lHe
is always ready and willing,
The tidiest looking place of business
in town is that presided over by Mr.
Junius E. Chapman. Everything is
in apple p)ie order.
Tphere was no election for town offi
cers last week, in consequence of sick
ness of two members of Council. It
will come off this week.
Human nature isgullible toa degree
take as a sample the late book auction.
There are more things than cheap
books too at which the people bite.
A new office is going up between
Messrs. Suber & Caldwell's and Mr.
A. J. McCaughrin's offices. It will be
used by Mr. Schumpert as a law office.
Mr. S. P. Boozer's branch hardware
store in the town of Spartanburg is do
ing a highly satisfactory business. It
is under the charge of Mr. Geo. Lane.
Nothing, perhaps, strikes the ear
more pleasantly than a pretty woman's
charming voice, except perhaps her.
charming hand-so thinks our "devil."
See correction in tax notice. One
half a mill is appropriated to build the
line fence, instead of six-tenths as
stated in the County Commissioners'
notice last week.
The Good Templars initiated four
new members at their last meeting.
There can be no doubt that this or
ganization has clone and is still doing
Mr. M. F'oot is now comfortably fixed
in his nowv stor mn imuisoka'. The
rooms are large and showy and his
stok is displayed to great advarntage.
Th sigrns are all in his favor
Statistics lately issued Show that in
Italy seventeen million people can't
write. But they can play a hand organ.
A boy with a patch on his knee can
not be hired to go on on errand to the
next house, but he will follow a band
all over town and never realize that lie
isn't dressed in broad cloth.
It is reported that the aeicer of Af
glI:Iistan has led the capital. leaving
his son, Yaakoob Kahn, in power. If
Yaakoob R ahi not master the situation,
With undiluted pleasure we note the
renewai of old subscribers :IIId the colm
ing in of new. Come on gentlemen.
we never will be satisfied till the HERA 1-1)
is taken by every mar q1nd w-man in the
County. OuI' cry is more.
Another good sign is seen in the fact
that a goodly number of colored citizens
are subscribing-it shows that they feel
the importance of knowing what is
goilo o on.
We Sond out . )xt , papers this weei
With notices enclosed to those who are
indebted for snbscription and we ex
poet the amounts to be settled in the
Garden seeds are now being bought,
but we advise our readers to put them
away in their drawer until the tira
conies for planting. A spring-like day
is no evidence that planting time has
The late Hot Supper given by the la
dies gave such pleasure that the con
imunity would like to enjoy another just
like it. It was worth all the trouble
and expense to see the little folks enjoy
Can't some inventive genius get out
a cheap. portable fence? It would be
the very thing under the new stock law,
and would enable one to change his
pasture from time to time with com
paratively little trouble.
About Conference time the supply of
chickens was unprecedented in the an
nals of Newberry, now the town is in
undated with sweet potatoes. Never
was the like known. It is regretted
that chickens are scarce.
"Marriage," says a cynic, "is like
putting your hand into a bag containing
ninety-nine snakes and one eel. You
may get the ecl, but the chances are
against you." We are not responsible
for what this fellow sas
Veils should be discarded by the la
dies, says a sensible Mollohon hard ware
dealer. He says he is not responsible
for failing to bow to a lady on the street
when disguised by a veil-it is impossi
ble to discover who or what she is. lHe
A drummer in search of custom last
week said he was selling hardware, and
when the dealers in that line asked to
see his sangplgs they wpre told he car
ried his stock in bottles. The ideca of
ranking whiskey with hardware was
The sensation now is at Mr. Foot's
new stores, at which goods are offered
at unprecedentedly low prices. The
public who love bargains and never
like to part with their money unless
they can get more than its worth will
do well to go there and make an exami
No more clever or :accommodating
gentleman thani Dr. S. F. Fant is to be
found, but lie is compelled to make no
tice this week which every one interest
ed will do well to heed. The doctor
finds that soft words will not butter
parsnips and money lie must have.
It would afford us great pleasure
were we able to send the HERALD to
every man in the County without the
money but have not the ability to do
so. Send us thie cash, friends, either
for three, six or twelve months. and if
you have no money send something
else in place of it.
Northern correspondents speaks hap
pily of the future in a business point of
view. The imnpression seems to pre
vail that the bottom was reached last
year and that in thec soon hereafter we
will see daylight. We have always
been of the opinion that a good time
When things don't go to suit you,
And ti.c world seemisupside down,
Don't wat your time in: fretting,
But drive away tiiat frown;
Since life is oft perplexing,:
'[is much the wisest plan
To bear all our trials bravely,
And smile whene'er you can.
Silver ciisboming a nuisance,
wears out pockets, weighs down our
pants, and is calculated from its heft
and bulk to make a man think he is
rich. As a public benefactor w,e are
willing to relieve the afflicted to somec
extent and will take two dollars of the
ofnsive metal for one yeatr's subscrip
tion. First com~e, first relieved.
"The Chicago inter-Ocean finds food
for reflection to the extent of three-quar
ters of a column, in th]e comp)lex idea
that a woman when abroad in the sever
est cohi weather, never has her ear's pro
tected, never slaps them as men do
theirs and yet never apparently gets
them frozen." We suppose that the ac
tivity of the tongue has something to
do with it, the friction giving extra
heat to the blood1 which ip it coure
wam up the ears of the clears.
An advertisement in an exchange
says a "large gray gentleman's" shawl
has been lost. That's singular. Now,
if it had been a large gent leman 's gray
shawl, or a gray gentleman's large
shawl, or a gray large gen tleman':;
shw, ri gentlemanis arega
halit~ would thotf oe have bteen
adifwleromt au the ief whowou tean
dsawes from havhi air tgray grntlem:
desenresn w to havehisdai tor gra
"Tel. me Mary how to Woo Thee."
Anxious swains who do not prosper
in their wooing will learn how to bring,
miatters to a crisis by singing the above
beautiful Qong, "Tell me Mary how to
Woo 'Thee," which is published in the
a-uhern -111iea Joural for January.
Its a spleni song for parlor or concert
use. "Up and Away" Galop by Catrl
Faust, :n(l Sidncy Smith's well known
".11ountain Stream." simplified by E.
Mack. ite in the same No. One dollar
: year now secures the Journal with its
$1 .0) worth of 'reiinui :sheet* Music.
Address Ludden & Bates'.Southern Mu
sic House, Savannah, Ga.
'T'le Lo7refir, for February contains a
very >leasin.g and carefully exenuted
steel engraved portrait of the 2\arquis
of Lorne, the new Governor-General of
Canada. It forms a desirablIe comple
I ment to the similar portrait of the
Earl of Dufferin, w'hich appeared in
the same maga-ine a year or twu ago.
The table of contents of the February
number is as follows: "The Greatness
of England," by Goldwin Smith;
"Prince Bismarck," a highly interesting
summary of Dr. Busch's recent revela
tions by M. Emile de Laveley; -Pie
tures fr0m Veice," by Mrs. E. Lynn
Linton ; "Lost Literature," full of curi
otis information; "French Home Life.
IV. In the Country ;" "My Walk," a
poem, by John Stuart Blackie; "The
Sun's Long Streamers;" the eo.cluding
chapters of Wm. Black's "Mcleod of
Dare;" "The Old and New Ideals of
Woman's ducation,"1 by Mrs. Fawcett;
"Backgammon among the Aztecs," by
E. B. Taylor, F. R. S., "Nuptura," a
poem; "Civilisation and Noise," by
James Sully; "Notes ori Afghanistan
and her People;" "Observation and
Memory;" "Two Modern Japanese
Stories;" "A Sad Story -" a biographi
cal sketch of ue Mai'ruis of Lorne;
Literary Notices; Foreigh Literary
Notes; Science and Art; and Varieties.
Published by E. R. Pelton, 25 Bond
Street, New York. Terms, 5 per ye.ar;
single pumber, J5 cents. The M'clectic
and any $4 maga.n.nc to one address for
T he Meeting oftIge State (Grange
MAsTER'S OFFICE, STATE GRANGE,
CHIAPPELL's, NEWBERRY Co., S. CG.,
January 13, 1879.
This is to call tile attertion of all P'atrons
of' Iusbandiry in this State to the fact that
the State Grange meets in the city of Char
leston at 10 a. mn. on the first Tuesday in
February, 1879, and to also urge th at all memn
bers of the State Grange attend, and that
It is a great mistake to suppose that the
Grange is dead, dying or going to die bqt it
is cqually a Nistneo to styppose that it can
be a decided success when two-thirds of
those whose business, and who have
made it their business by pledging
themselves at installation at the altar,
it is to attend, stay away on some per
sonal excuse or no excuse at all. This is to
be a very important session of the State
Grange, conisidering many matters of grave
import to the Order. New officers are to be
elected, and it is important that in this alone,
if nothing else, all who feel an interest in the
Order should do their whole duty to secure
good and proper ones to succeed the present
Tihe W. Secretary, Bro. Thomas W. Hlol
loway has and will make the most favorable
arrangements wvith the railroads for transpo r
tation, and Bros. Roche, Ross and others of
Charleston will make arrangements iyith
hotels aind others in the city of Charleston
for reduced board.
J. N. LIPsCOMB,
Master State Grange.
Tribute of' Respect to the Mem-.
ory of Capt. dlqZ P- I. Aufl.
NEwBERRY PoMONA GRANGE,
NEwBERtRY, S. C., January 11th, 1879.
WHEREAs, God, the Great Master of the
universe, in the exercise of His righteous
providence, has, since the last meeting of
this Pomona Grange, called away from the
scenes of his earthly lag;ors aed froin his in
terco4rse and associations with us, an es
teemed brother and fellow member, the late
Capt. JOHN P. AULL, who has heen con
nected vitht our* order from its very begin
ning and who always manifested a deep and
abiding interest in its growth and prosperity,
therefore be it
Resolved, 'That in the death of pro. Aull
this Pomona G4rang8 has lOst a warmi, faith
tai and ergien't member whose example and
conducet ii our connection, ais well as ill all
the other relations of life, is emiently
worthy of our emulation.
Resolved, 'Ihat we hereby tender our symn
pathies to the family of our brother in -this
their s:ad bereav'enrent.
Ilesoived, Tiitt in token of our sorrow for
his death~ and respect for his nmemory ablank
page in our Record Book be dedicated to his
SResolved, That a copy of'-this preanthle
and resolutions he pub li&e in the Newvberry
ERL.J. A. Sligh, )
E. P Chahners, Committee.
S. A. Hunter, 5
At the meeting of Newberry Pomona
Gra;;e, No. 4,, heldi on the 10th January
inst., it was resolved to hold its meetings at
the different Subordinate Grange Halls with
in its jurisdiction, when invited; and that
the Sub. Grange inviting Pomona to meet
with it, should at the tin;e cf. niakirag the ini
vita tin, desigtnate some subject of general
interest to the Order for discussion at the
meeting to be held in response to such invi
Under this resolution an invitation was
received and accepted from Belmont Grange,
No. 51, to hold a call meeting at t heir Hall
G1n Fridayl, the 14th (lay ot ieorqary next, at
11 o clock,' A. M.' Subject-Does it pay to
use Commercial Fertilizers.
Also an invitation was received and ac
erpted to hold the next regular meeting, to
wit: On Friudav fter Sale-day in Aplril next,
at 11 o'eioek, A. M., at tha IIall of D)omi
niek Grange, No. 204. Subject to be fur
nished( to ihe 5.ergetary' in tinie to be pub
li4hed in ibrange Colunmn of the Newberry
The Delegates are urgntiy requested to at
tend, for it is believed the order will be in
proved and built up by this system of rotary
held at Dlelmont ;rainge Hall, on the 14th
Feb., 1879, ani we hope each and all will at
tend i mee-in, :nid accept our hospitality:
la:iybsnton (;rme ............ D. Poo7er
Nw ChAmpel......... ............1. S. Floyd
lieth I' en .......................1. 11. Floyd
Domilik.................. \. W . a'ldrop
St. M th w'................... . P1. Davis
0(el's......... ....M .. ....... . Nee!
lbenczer...... C. 1). Burton and G. W. Senn
Pomnaria ........................J esse Senn
Ve1 ....................... onathan W erts
Biush River..................J. P. W illiams
St. Luke's ......................,Jas. Speer
Bethel ...................... V. P. Johnson
Cannon's Cxek ..................J. G. Senn
High Point...................Wil. Reid
Liberty IIall..D. S. Johson and C. S. '74-.ind
Sympat ...............E. C. Loiigshore
Moun, Zion.................L. C. .Johnson
I1. D. B00YlF'1,
.Master liluont Gran_-e.
J. FLori>, Secreta:y.
NEwBERitY, S. C., Jan. 10, 1879.
All members of the Order of Patrons of
IIusbandry are invited to be with us, and all
delegates to Pomona Grange ate i1rently re
quested to attelI the meir4 of Newberry
-oiona rng0ae, to be holden at Delmont
Grange Hall, ot 14th February, 1879. Let
no delegate stay away because their Sub.
Irar;ge is not in good working order, but
cone out and take your proper places 4;d
assi t in building up and per,ctiating our
Order. All are equally iterpsted.
J. 8. HAIR, Master N. P. G.
JAMES F. KILGOftE, Secretary.
NEWBEitRY, S. C., Jan. 25,1879.
List of advertised letters for week ending
January 25, 1879:
Caldwell, Mrs. Agne: ott Miss Sallie
M. ' .
Chaimibl.s, Aiiss Ru- Linsky, N. (2)
thy -Mingo. George
Colelnan. John Tr-ner, A. C.
Ilayes, Misa Ella Warlaw, C.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. q8, 1Tt9.
Ordinary...... ..................... a6l
Good OrdinarX..................... 7 a72
Low Middlig....................... 8 a81
Middling .......................... 8ia8l
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices CqrVi)t.
by J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.....
Sides, C. R., New............ 7
DRY SALTED 31EATS
Shoulders, New.. ......
Sides, C. I., New........... a
Sides, Long .gr ........
'neauvassed Hams.......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 16
Leaf, in Tierces........... (
Leaf, in Buckets.. ....,... 1
Pp d te ........... 16
Granulated Standard...... 12a
Extra C................. 2
Coffee C................... 11
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Molasses. 4o
Cuba Molasses........ 60
TEA $u.gar Iloue Molasses. 40
Y oung Ilyson............ .1.50
A LLSPICE........... . ..... 25
Roasted or P'arched.....3)
Best Itio. ............... 25a
Good Rio............... 28a 25
Cider Vinegar........ 0
' White Wine Xinegar.. 6
SOAP........................... 6a 10
FLOUR, per bb.......... .....~.. 6.00a 7.50
PEARtL 140.NIM4.................. 5
CAOO ..... ....................... 15
CONCENTRATE D L YE...... .... 15
ENG LISI SO8DA............10
HOlRSFOR D'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
TOBACCO ........ . ,.....60a 1.25
NAiLS (10) key.,............. .5
BAG GiiZG--Heavy................ 15
AlUROW TIES, per bunch............ 2 7
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per itu............40s
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STATE OF~ SOUTH CAROINA,
COUNTY QOF N$WBERURY.
i\T imm~A T4 ((T1mm
ST ATE O- SOUTH CA Alt)LNA\,
COUvnY OF NEWBHR Y.
: P. o(zer and John 0. Peoples, as
Mn.- 6 W .6 .l oies & Parker,
Pi ii:..if,, 1. L : J. .J ne, as A
Sr. ee Me li:e dy Julo, De .aex-.
Ordler for Foreelosure.
!n h . in Io'eclosm-e
f'rom thw Colirt o: k -aon Pleas, 1o mie
dirvec h e :e i e,., 1Cill
Se.J, 1 1" : . . iiy .ie* in r :ext,
twb rr . Lo i:e hig1CIL hidder,
al. that trac. or paric of lat:d Aitulie in the
Couny* and1 State afores.:id, near the Town
(of New berry, m::inini N INE !'EEN 67-10)
AGPRE.", mutc, or less, bo-inded hv lands of
e t . U :::ei1, and by Lhe roa-d leadi::r
roii \ e%berr v C. 11., to tie Newberry
Steam Mill, ad-it known nas Jo:es' Tat Yair4
Lot. AlQu, :al i t l,t u: la d si IunIte in
ile Town of Newberry, I'oring on Prat'
Strcet, and exte-diii.- bav. to Harrtington
ct, d bounde'd b V lots of Peter 6im
mes a;:d Harry B. Scott.
TERMS- One-third cazlh, tlie balance. on
one :nd two years in two Iryaml annual .:
Mta&lburen ts, wih inte ostj nea instaI'nett
from day ofle, to be sccr(d by a bond
of the pure-i1 r:l a uIte o f tle
pr.emi-es sold. Pa.rhyser to Ay %or papers.
I.). B. WllEELER, s. N. c.
Jan. 20, 1811. 4-2 }7 o)
STATE OF SOU'H CAROLINA,
COUNTiY OF NEWBERLY
. fU'l- & Wetlner vs. W. W, Grillir.
Bv vi:t;w uf an Executson to me directed
ill bh aa:v stated ease, and of' other exe
eiii.os :^air, the defvnd,int, I will sell,
on the First ;Aorntay, (Sale-day) in February
next) at Newbrry C. ii., within the legal
hours of Sale, to the highest bidder, tle
TWO (2) BALES COTTON,
Terms ot ale-CASH.
D. li, WHVEEER, s. N. c.
Jan. 18, 187.. 4-2L f 3 50
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
J. S. Coles vs. G. T. Hopkins.
* Atta&hmrent Under Li-n.
By irtue of a Warrallt of Attachmebt
to me directed in che above stated case, I
will sell, on Tuesday after Sale-day in Feb
ruary next, at Chappell's Depot, ?. C., I&
the iihest bidder, the following property
Two (2) Bales Cottop; also, 3100 lbs. Cotton,
more or less, in the seed.
Teus of Sale-CAS1,1*
D. D.. WERELER, s. s. c.
Jan. ', 1&79. 4-2t t'3 50
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Jesse C. Smith, Clerk, &c., vs. James Craw
ford, Ben arrington, Reubin Harring
ton and James Cannon.
Order (.f Foreclosu,re,
In obedience to an order of Foreclostrre
frotm the Court of Common Pleas to me di
teetedi in the above stated cause, I wrill seU,
on tihe First Monday (Sale-day) in February
next, at Newberry Count Hou.se, within the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder,
the following property, to-wit: One lot of
land9 containing FOU.R AND ONE-FOURTH
ACRES, more or less, bounded by New
Cut Road, Gaunt Street, Lot No. S of
James Crawford's land, and by lot formerit
owned by John A. Bangle, being the sam~e
lot conveyed by James Crawford to Ben.
Terms Cash, purchaser to pay for paper.&
D). B. W HEELER, s. N. c,
Sheritr's Office, Jan. I1, 1879.
*3-3t ?7 5
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
George 0. DeWalt, vs. Jamnos H. Kibler.
Order of Foreclosure.
In obedience to an order of Foreclosure
from the Court of Commrnou Pleas, to me
issued in the above stated ease, I will sell,.
at Newberry Court House, S. C., on the
First Monday (Sale-day) in February, A. D.
1 879, within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder, the following property, to
wit: TWO HUCNDilE~D AND FIFTY
ACRES OF LAND, more or less, situated
in the County and State aforesaid, and
bounded by lands of T. T. C. Hunter, Mary
Rikard, Sarah Sunminer, David Rikard and
T ERMs-C ASH. Purchaser to pay for
papers. D. B. WVHEELER, s. x. c.
Sheriff's Office, Jan, 11, 1879.
:3-3t $'7 50&
STATEC OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TH-E PROBATE COURT,
Cullen Lark, as Executor of the last will
and testanment of Andrew L. Lark, de
ceased, Plaintiff, against Sarah M. Mitch
ell, as Executrix of' the last will and tes
tament of Andrew L. Lark:.deceased, De
Com'pzlint to Sell Property to Pay Debts.
In pursuance of arn order of the said
Court, in this action, I will sell, at public
outcry, at the late residence of Andrew L.
Lark, deceased, on Tuesday, the 4th day of
IFebruary, A. D. 1879, all the Personal Pro
perty of' said deceased:
Twenty- three (23) Bales 00ttonr.
Got ton in the seed.
5r;0 Bushals Corn, more or less.
8.o00 lbs. Fodder, more or less.
800 Bushels Cotton Seed, more or less.
Plantation Tools, Wagonrs, Harness.
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &e.,
Terms of Sale-CASH.
J. B. FE LL ERS, J. r. N. c.
Jan. 18, 1879. 4-2t f5 25
Notice of Executor's Sale of
I will sell on next Sarle-day, thre First
Monday in February next, all the lafld
owned by my testatrix, Mrs. Lucy Simphins,
deccased, situate in the Town of Newberry,
on Main Street, opposite the building of
Mr. C. M. Harris. Tir.is valuable lot of land
will be sold int two parcels, plats to be ex
hribited ca dayv of sale.
Terms of' Sale-OUe-half cash, and the
balance on a credit of' twelve months with
interest from day of sale, secured by Boadl
and Mortgage. Purcbaser to pay for pa
pers. HI. B. SCOTT,
As Executor of last wilt of Lucy Simp
kinis, dec'd. Jan. 15, 3-3t.
I am authorized to announce that all per
sons indebted to bothf the old and new
tirmrs of P. W. & R. S. CHICK. musts make
payment or saitisfactory arrang~emnent of
their debts before thre 15th d;ry of Febrn
ary, 1879, or they will crtaly be sued
immredJiannlv ther'eafte r. Payment can be
mande to mre at thre office of Moormran &
Simnkins. W. WV. HODGES.
Jan, 14, 1879i. -e
STATE OF~ SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 0OF NEWBERRY.
TiN 1ROR.Al (iOTTRT