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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, APR. 2, 1879.
I)nEX To NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Jas. F. Todd- To those Indebted.
W. F. Cummins-Knabe! Knabe!!
Coppock & Johnson- Grain Cradles.
Prof. R. J. Gonzalez-Grand Concert.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.-Ayer's Cathartic
Jno. B. Carwile-National Bank of New
Lidden & Bates-The Latest Musical
W. E. Pelham-The Danger from Kero
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives....... ..........10 08 A M
Down Train arrives ...........12 30 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........10 00 A M
"6 9" leaves......... 1 00 PM
Up mail closes at................ 9 40 A M
Down mail closes at..............12 00 1
Laurens mail closes at.. .....12 30 P M
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Mar. 17, 1879.
This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
reau (10 Sprace St..) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
Mr. Joseph Duckett, of the Mollohon
section of the County, died Friday, the
28th ultimo, of Pneumonia.
A Big Sale.
Mr. J. A. Crotwell sold one hundred
and three bales of cotton Saturday for
9 1-4 all around. Mr. Mathews, of
Charleston, was the purchaser.
I must ask those who owe me to pay
up, as I need it. JAS, F. ToDD.
Attention is calledto the card of Mr.
W. F.Cummins in our local department.
If a fine Piano at a moderate price is
needed it will be well if you write him
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Death of an Octogenarian.
Mr. Robert Hunter, who lived near
Hopewell Church, in the lower portion
of *Laurens County, died the 25th
Qit. He was born in January, 1792,
and was consequently in his 88th year.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. _ ___ 9-1y
Knabe!i Knabe !!
The Knabe Piano is everywhere ac
knowledged to be one of the finest in
Write me for catalogue and prices if
you want the best Piano manufactured.
W. F. CUMMINS, Agt.,
1t. Knoxville, Tenn.
Messrs. R. C. Chapman & Son have
just received some new burial cases of
the iost elegant pattern and richest
fmnish ever brought to this place. We
have never seen anything that would
equal them. The sides and top are of
heavy plate glass.
THOYPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald offiCe
The Carolina Farmer
For March, published by Ww. H.
Bernard, Wilmington, N. C., and fur
nished to subscribers at the low price
of $1.50 per y ear, is on our table. It is
well filled with matter pertaining to
the season, besides a variety of choice
miscellany. Subscribe for it.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good Msgr.t
tgent of Tobaccas, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-ly
A Former Citizen.
In our next issue we will give an in
teresting sketch of the life of Mr. John
A. Monts, formerly of Newberry, but
now of Ittawamba Co., Miss. His rela
tives and friends in this County we are
sure will be pleased to read it. Extra
copies can be obtained at this office on
'Wih and without mortgage attach
mnent, and Landowner's Liens.
For sale at
3-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
Extra Train ?
We hope Col. Dodamead will run an
extra train from Newberry to Columbia
the 10th of May, so as to allow those
who desire to do so to go do.wn and take
part in the exercises of Memorial Day
and witness the unveiling of the Con
federate Monument. A great many
persons have expressed a desire to go.
Mr. B. R. Margum reports that he
has a dog boxed ujS which is evidently
tuad, yet strange to say seems kind and
docile to all the members of the house,
2nd tries to drink water and eat, which
The Danger from Kerosene.
In view of the fact that Kerosene Oil
is now so generally used for lights, the
following from a Medical journal is par
ticularly worthy of attention: A mer
chant returned home about 12 o'clock
at night and found his wife lying on the
bed, groaning heavily and unconscious.
She was awaiting his return and finally
tired out, laid herself on the bed, after
turning down the wick of a lamp filled
with what was claimed as non-explosive
In this position of the wick, a vapor
mixed with an innumerable quantity of
specks of soot diffuses itself through the
room and so covers the eyes, nose and
respiratory organs,that on falling asleep
one runs the risk of suffocation. By
the use of Red "C" (fashionable Cardi
nal red) Safety .Oil, at 40c. gallon, 10c.
quart, all such dangers are averted.
For sale only by W. E. PELHAM,
A troop of gay and festive young dar
kies were before the Council Friday
charged with gate-lifting. They were
residents of Gravel Town, and most of
the "fun" was enjoyed in that quarter.
It ceased to be funny, however, when
the Council sentenced them each to a
fine of $1, or four days work on the
Go to H. A. Burns for your Confec
tioneries, Canned Goods. Tea, Spice,
Pepper, Laundry Soap, Starch, Blueing,
Soda, Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, Seed Po
tatoes, and also a good assortment of
With plea:sure receiving a copy of
the oration of Hugh S. Thompson, An.
niversary Orator of the Washington
Light Infantry, delivered in Charleston
on the 22nd of February, together with
the Proceedings of the Meeting of the
Association of Graduates S. C. Military
Academy. The pamphlet is printed in
handsome style by Messrs. Walker,
Evans & Cogswell.
An Important Discovery.
We take pleasure in stating that New
berry is not in the deplorably destitute
condition the public have lono, consid
ered her to be in, and though we have
no fire engine we have hundreds of feet
of hose of the very best character and in
splendid condition. But for the high
wind on Sunday wNgjh revealed its
whereabouts, we amight be still in the
Now is the time to plant garden
seeds. Buy Landreth's fresh beans from
W. E. Pelham, Druggist. 14-tf.
The American Agriculturist
For the Farm, Garden and House
hold, published by the Orange Judd Co.,
245 Broadway, New York, $1.50 per
annum. The A pril number of this high
ly prized paper is on our table. Its
contents are varied and interesting.
We commend it to such of our patrons
as are engaged in agricultu.ral pursuits
as one of the most valuable papers of
Between C. o. D. and collect freight
charges at point of delivery is consider
able. Sending by C. 0. D. means that
the Express Company is not only to col
lect the charge of transportation but the
value of the article. If the transporta
tion charge only is to be paid by the
one receiving the article it should not
be sent to the Express Agent marked
C. 0. D. Mistakes of this kind are of
ten made and subject agent, sender and
receiver to trouble and delay,
Cold piercing winds and driving
rains seldom fail to bring on a Cough,
Cold or Hoarseness at this season, and
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup should be
kept in every house. For sale by all
The pleasing announcement is made
elsewhere that Prof. Gonzalez, the emi
nent Baritone Vocalist and Organist,
assisted by several lady and gentlemen
amateurs of the town, will give a musi
cal entertainment at Thespian Hall, on
Thursday evening, the 3d. It will be
for the benefit of the Thespian Club.
That the entertainment will be of the
first order it is needless for us to say,
and we bespeak for it a full house. For
particulars see programmes.
Almost a Fire,
There came near being a fire at Mr.
A. G. Maybin's warehouse Friday morn
ing. While Mr. R. S. Maybin was
rolling a truck over the floor it ran over
and exploded a match that some person
ad carelessly dropped upon the floor,
and ignited some cotton. The fire
spread in a few seconds to five bales;
but it was extinguished before doing
any damage of consequence.
This incident, which might have
proved sphogs, shows the danger of
leaving matches lying round loose,
They, especially if phosphorous match
es, are very easily ignited, and ought
to be kept in a box in a secure place.
The Home Circle
Is the appropriate title of a neat and
sprightly weekly published in Charles
ton, and edited by Mrs. M. E. Britton,
the first number of which we are pleased
to see among our exchanges this week.
It is printed in the best 'tyle of the art
on rose tint paper, and its columns filled
with matter expressly adapted to the
orne circle.' The fair editor makes
her debut with modest determination to
keep her little bark fairly before the
breeze, and we honestly hope its voyage
may be long an~ prosperous. Tf any
Mr. J. P. Pool went to Charleston
last week to get some large, strong
mules to make bricks with. He will
have his brickyard in the Fair field,
nearly opposite the Cemetery, and ex
pects to make about a million bricks.
He wants the brick to build a hotel with
on the old hotel site.
Mr. J. A. Crotwell intends to begin
the manufacture of brick soon at the old
brickyard that O'Neali used.
The Concert on Tuesday night was
a success in a musical point of view, but
the audience was small. This is re
gretted not only on account of the band,
for whose benefit it was given, but also
on account of Prof. Gonzales, the ac
complished musician who gave it. The
Professor has a voice of powerful com
pass, highly cultivated, while his per
formanee on the piano was very fine
indeed. As to the band we confess to
a feeling of gratified surprise; the im
provement is wonderful.
Worth Waiting For.
The Southern Musical Journal for
March reaches us way behind time, but
it is well worth waiting for, and is wel
come any time and all times. Its mu
sical contents are that favorite old song
"The Bridge," by Lady Carew, and
Turner's popular "Fairy Wedding
Waltz." Eight pages (sheet music
size) of choice music and sixteen pages
of interesting musical reading matter.
One dollar will secure the Journal reg
ularly for a year, or, send ten cents for
a single copy and see how it pleases.
Address the publishers, Ludden & Bates,
A Tramp "Doctor."
Several weeks ago there came to
Newberry a white man, calling himself
Dr. J. A. Willard, with some kind of
medicine for sale. He fell in immedi
ately with the colored people, and ad
dressed them on the question of emi
grating to Colorado, and has been talk
ing up the matter with them, advising
them to go. Sunday he gave practical
proof of his sympathy for the colored
race by marrying a woman of that per
suasion, with whom he is now living in
town. She J? said to have come from
Boston, and arrived here about the time
the "Dr." made his appearance.
Joo. T. Bean, of Station, Texas, says:
"I have sent to Da. HAarTS, for his
PIN WORM MEDICINE in several
cases; have always received it in due
time, and the medicine has always
acted pronwptly and efficiently in every
case. I regar'd this as the only sURE
remedy in the market." This remely
can only be procured at the office
of the Dr. Harter Medicine Co., 213
North Main st.. St. Louis, Mo. On
the receipt of 50 ets., age and sex
given, the proprietor of this iufallible
remedy will send it by wail, postage
For sale by all Druggists. Dowie
& Moise, Wholesale Agents, Charles
ton, S. C.
Dr. J. Win. Folk, of Jalapa, this
week sends us a sample of sugar made
from his sugar cane. In color it is
brown, but is clear, dry and nicely gran
ulated. All it lacks of being of the first
grade is clarifying, so as to make it
white, a process that all sugar has to
pass through. The Doctor accompa
nies his sample with a very interesting
and practical communication, giving
instructions as to the cultivation of the
cane. We would like to see his exam
ple followed. It seems to us, from his
experiments, that it can be made to
A sa-.nple of the sugar is on exhibi
tion at this office.
Columbia Weekly Register.
We have received a copy of the
Columbia Weekly Register in its en
larged form. It is now an eight-page
paper, 34x48 inches, containing fifty-six
columns of reading matter, making it
the largest weekly paper ever published
in the State. It contains the most im
portant telegraphic news of the week,
editorials on the leading topics of the
day, the latest market reports, the
cream of the news from the metropoli
tan newspapers, carefully compiled
State news, 'poetry, humorcus articles,
miscellaneous reading matter, Columbia
local news and a condensation of all
that is going on in the busy world. To
those who are unable to afford a daily
paper, or whose mail facilities are
weekly, the Weekly Register, at its very
low price-two dollars a year-supplies
a means of information on current
events adequate to every requirement.
A Paragraph for the Ladies.
WVith the advent of spring, every wo
man who has taste and culture is ex
pected to conform' to the deseription of
that woman who "looketh to the ways
of her household." Some seem to think
this consists wholly in house-cleaning,
carpet-shaking, bug-killing, pantaloon
patcing, dress-turning,or general-over
turning. It is not so however. To put
the house in order other things are in
order. A nicely furnished table is one
essential ; fine china, crockery and
glass-ware are charming aids to the en
joyment of a meal, the pleasing effect
on the eye acting with a satisfying sense
on the stomach, and one crosses legs
under the table-'that is the male feed
er-without a singe thought as to the
price of corn. Bedrooms and kitchens
also need some article, the one for
adornment as well as use, and the other
for convenience. In this connection it
affords us infinite pleasure to add that
An Old Deed.
We saw Monday an old land grant
from Gov. Wm. Moultrie to Wm. Bur
ton made in 1786. The land granted is
200 acres in "Ninety-Six District." That
District at that time included Laurens,
Abbeville, Newberry and Edgefield,
with the Court House at Old Cambridge.
The land in question lies in what is now
Newberry County on Beaverdam creek.
The seal to the deed is a curiosity; it is
made of wax; is six inches in diameter
and half an inch thick, and is tied tothe
deed with a linen cord. On one side of
the seal is a palmetto tree, and on the
other is an individual, somewhat blurred
and disfigured, which has the appear
ance of the Goddess of Liberty with an
olive branch in her hand. The deed
was found among Maj. Fed Boozer's
papers, and is now in possession of
Nancy Sligh, colored, living on Col.
Cannon's place, and noticed in the
HERALD some weeks ago as having hy
drophobia, we are pleased to learn is
getting well. Bat few cases of recovery
are recorded in the books.
Our este.-med friend, Dr. Clark, has
a valuable mule which has the blind
Dr. J. Wm. Folk, in addition to plant
ing for a crop of syrup, has put in seed
for a good yield of rice. Though young
in years the Doctor shows large expe
rience-he is a practical man.
Mr. Thos. Riser, son of Mr. Vm. Ri
ser, and Mr. Scott Harmon, who lived
just above Jalapa, pulled up stakes and
left for Texas last week. This is to be
regretted-there is life in the old land
yet, and every man sbould stick to the
The Latest Musical Wonder.
THE ORGUINETTE; representing Or
gan and Organist, Music and Musician.
Not a toy, but the most marvelous mu
sical instrument of the age. Plays
from one to a thousand tunes. No limit
to either kind or quality. Plays HyIN
TUNES, POPULAR SONGs, POLKAS,
WALTZES, REELS, QUADRILLES 1Rgd
HoRNPIPEs with perfect accuracy. A
mere child can plgy it. Constructed on
the principle of a cabinet organ and
plays automatically from tunes on per
forated paper. In handsome case, 2
ft. long, 1 ft. wide, 1 ft. high. PRICE,
INCLUDING FouR TUNES, ONLY $10.
Extra tunes 25 g,ents each. Guarantped
to give more satisfaction for the money
than any other musical instrument in
the world. Agents' wanted everywhere.
Send for descriptive circu larg. Address
LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah, Ga.,
Wholesale southern Agents. 14-St.
The 20th anniversary of the Excelsior
Literary Society was celebrated Friday
evening in Thespian Hall. Tne audi
ence that gathered completely filled the
hall, and was a flattering exhibition of
the deep interest felt by our citizens in
all that concerns Newberry College and
her pupils. Mr. Burr J. Rtamage, jr.,
presided over the e.xercises; Mr. Ed
ward 2i. Aull read an essay, his subject
being, "Be watchful of the present and
profit by the past." The query, "Is
True Patriotism Declining?" was de
bated by Mr. Elbert H. Aull in the af
firmative, and Mr. M. 0. J. Kreps in
the negative. After the debate Mr. J.
Walter Daniel, the orator for the occa
sion, delivered an address on the sub
ject, "The true end of life." The mot
to of the Society. Caonare Excellerc, is
the rule of action of the members, if we
may judge from their efforts on this oc
casion. All the participants showed
that they had given careful and thought
ful attention to their subjects, and the re
sult was highly creditable to them~ and
their college. Where each did so wvell
it would be invidious to make distinc
The April number of the Eclectic con
tains twenty articles, and there is
scarcely one of them which does not
possess some feature of special interest
and value. The one which will attract
most attention, perhaps, is the lecture
on "The Electric Light," delivered by
Prof. Tyndall, at the Royal Institution.
This is the opening aJticle of the num
ber, and is followed by n remarkably
entertaining paper on '''Fdinburgh So
ciety Seventy Years Ago," containing
personal reminiscences of Jeffrey, Syd
ney Smith, Brougham, and the rest of
the famous group that founded the
Edinburgh Review, besides other promi
nent figures in the society of that period.
Another highly entertaining article is
one on "The Evil Eye," and other pop
ular superstitions; but the paper which,
after Prof. Tyndall's, will arouse most
interest is the opening instalment of
John Stuart Mill's "Chapters on Social
ism'," which promise to be a pregnant
discussion of a subject of vital impor
tance at the present time.
Published by E. RI. Pelton, 25 Bond
Street, New York. Terms, $5 per
year; single number, 45 cents; Trial
subscription for three months, $1.
Pianos and Organs-Crand Introduction
ONE THOUSAND first-class instruments
from best makers to be placed in South
ern Homes for Introduction and Ad
vrtisemernt. PIANOS, 7 Oct. $125. 7 1-3
Oct. $150. Organs, 9 Stops. $57; 13
Stops, $71; Mirror Top, 13 Stops, $86.
Cbice instruments at lowe'st prices
ever known. 6 years wri.tten guarantee.
15 days test trial. Chickering, Kuabe,
Mathushek, Weber and Southern Gem
Pianos, Mason & Hamlin, and Peloubet
& Pelton Organs included in this sale.
A clen. mweep; no esee; new instru
Various and all About.
Weather cool and cloudy.
March behaved badly in closing out.
April opens in a sulky mood, and the
prospect is unfavorable.
Gardeners now are very busy. and a
pea bloom is reported.
The dentist will make more money
per acher than any frmer ever seen.
Mr. J. N. Martin sho.wed us sone
ra-lishes Fridav about as large as a
The Christi;n Church, (Campbellites)
have a menibership at 1lodqes of a6:1ut
The three degrees of medical treat
ment: Positive ill, comparative pill,
800 Tons of guano have been shii
ped to Newberry this season, and about
50 more are to arrive.
Pierce's Pugative Pullets are the la
test perambulators out. Ask Charlie
at the Drug Store for them.
A winter radish as large as a water
bucket which was promised us some
weeks agro, has failed to arrive.
Our merchants are all in receipt of
new goods, but they are afraid to let
the people know anything about it.
A farmer who has been using guano
ever since the war says, that it is still a
question in his mind whether it pays.
Over two hundred car-loads of guano
-ten tons to the car-have been ship
ped on the Laurens rail road this sea
The new platform around the Rail
road depot is finished. It is a substan
tial piece of work, and helps the situa
Small diamonds set in silver, and ar
ranged in fanciful shapes on bangle
rings, are much worn-but not in
Friends coming into town on Sale
day are invited to visit the Herald office,
there is room for a few more names on
our subscription book.
Ever so many friends have promised
to supply us with fruit in the season.
If frost kills not and promises are not
forgotten we'll be happy.
Boys and girls will now look out for
eligible situations for the rabbits to de
posit their Easter eggs in. The pat
terns it is thought will be pretty.
Those who have been April fooled
have only themselves to blame, all the I
Almanacs in the land have been fore
telling the approach of A pril for months
Rowell received $18,300 for six days
walking, showing the valua of legs over
brains. The immense sums realized
from the Black Crook is another evi
The use of mustard-water for destroy
ing insects in the soil of flower-pots
has recently been recommended. A
tablespoonful of mustard to a gallon of l
rather extravagant of you to eat butter
with that delicious jam ?" "No, love,
economical; same piece of bread does
There has been as rauch if not more
guano sold so far as daring any season
since the war. How is this thus? is ~
there more money? has it been bought
If you want any work done on Bug
gy, Carriage or Wagon, go to J. Tay
lor. If your horse needs shoeing go toI
the same clever man and skillful work
man; satisfaction guaranteed.
Do not drink with the spoon in your
cup; put it in your pocket. Forgetting
it, you will be so much ahead. A close
regard to this rule has enabled Ben.
Butler to accumulate a com petency.
The favorite kind of guano this year1
seems to be the "Acid." This is used
liberally with cotton seed, and is said
not only to make a good crop, but to
leave the land richer for another year.
If some one will lend us the money we
will erect a building on the North West1
corner opposite the Herald office which1
will be a credit and an honor to the
town of Newberry. Failing in that,
we hope some one else will do so.
Iverson .Davis an aged colored inidi
yidual living on Mrs. McKellar's place
don't like the fence law. He has lived
70 years without a legal difficulty, and
now in the evening of his days gets
into trouble for putting up a cow.
"What shall we do with our duh
ters?" inquires Mrs. Livermore; and a
Western editor-an inhuman wretch
replies: "If they are like their mothers
-wvear false hair, corsets, and high
heeled shoes, powder and paint-wring
their necks at once."
If the reader needs paper, envelopes,
ink, or othef kinds of Stationey h.a is
cordially invited to call and get the dle
sired article at the Herald Book Store.
Our stock is large and varied. Beauti
ful box paper and envelopes. A fine
assortment of mourning paper.
The day before a Turkish girl is mar
ried she is taken to the bath by her
lady friends and lumps of sugar are
broken over her head as a forecast of
the sweets of matrimony. A year or
so afterward her husband breaks the
whole sugar bowl over her head.
By the way, reader, we are reminded
to ask, have you bought one~ of those
steamers yet ? If not go to Capt. Levi
Folk, and give the num-ber of your
stove wvith the requisite .spondulirks,
and you will be happy. Tell him you
buy on our recommendation.
Spring prints are decidedly pretty
this eason c.our merchants have made:
A prominent J:lapaite depoSite(i on,
or rather under the editorial table last
Thiusday a bag of huge potatoes, the
varivty known as "Queen of the South."
They are splendid for frying, but as he
forzot to bring the lard necessary, we
W!'l have to steam them in our "Folk
The centre of attraction and the
point where men do most congregate
is in front of the brick walls now in
course of erection, and on :he Bower's
*ornr-these meetings are interestin(
and various are the plans submitted as
' the knhls of buildings which would
be put up, if the parties had the money.
Cucumber growers are advized that
w1hen a encumber is taken from the
vih let it be Lut with i knife, leaving
1thoI), the eighth of an inch of the cu
umber on the stem ; then slit the stem
wih a knife from the end to the vine,
caving a portion of the cucumber on
ach division ; and on each separate
zlip there will be a Jiew cucumber as
a*re as the first.
In your movements through life,
wcep in view the following little die
ionary of musical ternis:
1. In anger, be Adagio; 2. In enjoy
nents, be Moderato; 3. In charity, be
Penuto; 5. In business, be Risoluto; 6.
.n deportment, be Maestoso; 7. In
udging your neighbor, be Ritardando;
. In forbearance, be Forte; 9. In con
rersation, be Piano; 10. With your
anilv, be Doice.
A medical journal advises its readers
'not to yell when frightened, as it only
nereases terror; keep control of your
elf and do something to calm your
ierves." That's the doctrine. If you
ind the house is on fire, don't jump up
Lnd yell loud enough to bring all the
ire companies from the neighboring
owns to the spot, but just sit down,
ake up a last year's almanac and read
t calmly through. By the time you
inish it, you will perceive there is no
iecessity for yelling, as the fire will
ither have gone op1t or burned the
touse down.-Oil City Derrick.
Dr. J. 4. Thompson moved into his
tew dental office Monday.
Mr. S. B. Fowles dropped in on us
ast week. He is as tall as ever.
Dr. J. D. Bruce is keeping the drug
tore formerly kept by Dr. Pope.
Mr. Abraham Foot is again on a visit
wome, and is in splendid con.ditioni.
Mr. Wmn. Milligap, who sustained ap
ujury at Butler 8; Co.'s machine shop,
s again at work,
M. L. Bonham, jr., Esq., of the News,
ias been on a short visit to Columbia
md the low country.
We acknowlege with infinite pleasure
visit on Friday from that genial gen
lemnan, Col. Woodward of Greenville.
Prof. N. Schmitt is once more in New
ierry, and will be happy to attend any
Irofessional calls which may be made
Mr. Thos. V. Wicker and family have
ooved from Pomaria to the place for
aerly occupied by Maj. Kinard, four
niles fronm town.
Mr. C. E. Biggs arrived here on Sat
irday last. He has been in Charleston
ince December last selling horses and
nules. His business here will be made
:nown in the course of a few days.
Mr. George Susong, of Tennessee,
vho has been in Ne.wberry trading
iorses and mules for several months,
tarted home horseback Saturday. He
s one of the most popular traders that
ome here and always does a good busi,
Mr. Sydney Reading, of Charlotte,
~. C., the contractor who built the new
tores of C. & G. S. Mower, came into
own last week. He has been "bruising
tround" quite extensively of late,having
uade a trip to Texas and other States.
lIe is looking well.
"Already the seeds-men are out with
.heir catalogues, and soon will the en
.husiastic suburban invest his bottom
lollar in dried beans. peais and corn,
weCs, rakes and spades, wheelbarrows
md lawn-mowers. Learnedly will he
alk of mammoth beans. stupendous
;quashes and perennial peas. Lovingly
vill lhe linger over the first green
~hoots that splitteth the bosom of
I1other Earth. Gleefully will he chuckle
ver the peeping forth of the incipient
~ucumnber. But let him not vaunt him
;elf too highly, for the day cometh
vhen the squash bug exhaleth his
sweetness on the Summer air when
hie potato beetle goeth about seeking
~vhat lie may devour; when the air
md the sky and the earth are full of
livers insects hateful to the sight, un
rleasant to the smell, and death to
avery green thing; when the noon
lay sun burneth that upon which his
jeart was set; when the monotonous
watering pot taketh the place of the
rain which cometh not again, when the
birds of the air and the fowls of his
neighbor do wax fat on the seed he has
,iidden in the mould, and which he has
given his ducats to buy."
(New Berlin Gazette.
ifERIVHIN AT BOTTOM PiICEUS.
.onftectionleries in variety.
P'lain and French Candy.
Lemons, Oranges, Bananas.
A pples. Malaga Grapes.
Raisins, Currants, Citron.
Spices. Teas, PeppeA.
' FIRE fN (REE.iILX.
Afiro ov-;irred in the' .tor of E. 1")
Dickson & '.. in the M:ildin Block
eornm-r Mainl an<d WVshing tonl streeti;
Sund-ay nigil. Ie(soIS store aic
thai of AMiahan, lor an and Davi
Were biurn-d. Dickson vIS inured fol
14,000 ; Ac3:Ith:m, Morgam & Davis
partinlly inSmi, -:aved hn If ther ods
Dr. Mauldin, aayor, who owncd the
)!,ek. was insurcd for two-thirds its
value; Dr. Norw od, dent'st. l-t $1,..
000; Mr. Broadaway, photographer, lost
8i.000. The fire companies saved the
city from a terrible cungration.
Ne-W mI-,:a . i,f . A. Apr. 1. 1 -ii7).
Or dinary...... ..................... 8 a s
G ood ...................... S
Low M iddlin;.............. ... ....
M iddling .. . . . . .. . . . . . i.:i
Gond M iddling ...................... '9
Good demand at quotations.
Newberr'y PricesCre .
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime Nei....... 5
situldcrs. Sugar Cured ..... 61
Si(les. C. R.. New.........
DRY SALTE) MIATS
Sides. C. I., New........... a 61
Sides, Long Clear...........
Uncauvassed Hams.......... lo
Canvassed Bams, (Magnlia) 12
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 10
Leaf, iu 1uckets............. 11
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C................ 1
Yellow ....................... 11
New Orleans.............. 10
New Orleans Syrup. .. 75
New Orleans 3olasses. 4,
Cuba Molasses......... 60
'EA- Sugar House Molasses. 37
Gunpowder................. .... 1.50
Young IIyson....... .....1.50
Roasted or Parched...... &0
Best Rio.............. 25a
Good Rn,................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 6Z
Bolted... ............ 90
Uul .oted .. ............... 85
STAltCH.*.*.*...................... 10a 16
STAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per bbl............. ....... 6.00% .8.00
PEARL IOMINY........ ...... ,. 5
AN DY ..... . .................... 15
KNGLISH SOb... .........10
RORSFORD'S M KING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
XLE GREASE...................... t
AILS 00 ke . ............... 3.5
BAG GING--Havy. .................. 12)
ARROW~ TIES, p>er bunch....... .. 25
iED CLOVE R SE ED--per lb. ..20
RED OATS-?,ar h4............. 4"a
Pad and Auxili
All diffienities aiing fromi Torpid Liver,
md is an infaflible Preventive of Malaria
These remiedies will do for you what no
thing else on earth can. More than a qutir
ter of a million of intelligent witnesses bear
testimony 'o dheir ellicacy.
Pad, e. Specials, 83. Specials are used
in complicated cases. B3ody Plasters 50
cents. Foot Plasters, 50 cents a paiir. Ab
sorption Salt f'oot Baths, 25 cents a pack
age, six packages 81.)5.
The follo wing arc some of the many dis
eases the Liver P'ad Company Ren:edies
Fee and1 Ague ,:Maaril Fever, Bi!ious
Disorders, Li: Comp!aint, Intermittent
Fever, Periodcal IIeadache, Dyspepsia,
Chill and Fever, D;umb Ague, Bilious Fe
ver, Diarrh e , Ca:arrh, Kidney Troubles,
Jaundice, I:regui:r action of the Heart,
Neuralgia. Rhieu:natism, al.l kinds of Female
Weaknesses, .Sek Hka:lache, Lumbago, Sci
atica, Lassitude, Biliou;s Colic, Pain in the
Side, Back, Se omach. Sholders aind Muscles.
All these have their oigin. directly or in
directly, in the Stom.:.ch an:d Liver. If yo
doubt it, cahi for Dr. Fairchild's Lecture.
Mr Beware of imli:iMib>ns.
For sale er.ly uy our accredited Agent
Wm,. E. PELHAM, D)ruggist,
Mar. 19, ]2-]rm.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
The handsomest lot of BOX PAPERS, en
tirely new patterns. selected wvith a view to
please a cultivated taste.
MINIATUCRE BOXES, for little misses,
only 20 ets.
Just received at the
HERALD BOOK STORfl.
Sep. 15. :S-t f.
Pianios and Organs.
The under.aigned t-ikes this method to in
form the~ citizens of Newbcerry and surround.
ing Counties, who are desirous of purchas
irm an Organ or Piano, ti:at he haM perfeet
ed arrangements with the maniufacturers by
which he can RETAIL vou a Piano or ani
Organ AT wnom.:sats RICES. We can sel
von a first class iustrumient at the same
price as these chea.p shoddy things so ex
tensively adivertised over the country. A
written guarantee for 5 years actecmpamesC
every instrument we sell. We put them up
in your residence, and keep them in tune
for 12 months free of chiarge. We respect
fully refer to the following well known par
ties to whom we have sold:
Mr. J. 0. Peoples, Piano, Newberry C.
H ; Mr. 0. L. Schmoupert, Organ, Newberry
C It;: Mr. Christian B3eu;ett, Organ, Cokes
bury, S. C.; Mr. Jacob Gounts, Orgar;,
Prosperity, S. ;.; Mr. Jonas Switek, Piano,
Union C. ii., S. C; Mr. Asa Sm.ith, Piano,
Union C. H., S. C ;Mr. Jas. R. Ellis, Piar.o,
Utzica C. !I.S C; Mrs. E. M. Rice, Organ,
Charebh, Orgar, Newhjerry, S. C ; E. S. Cop
pock. P'iohj, Ne b Ier.y S . C.
Old Pianos taken Iin e xch trnge for new
one~s. Pi.inos tu ned and re.paired at o: t
not ice. Satisfaction guaran teed. oce no pay.
W. M. SHACKLEFO$RD,
Feb. 17, 1879-8-Gm.
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pap tOrs.to C:v. :>. Com.:.L e, m e
se arc~ h i "ir8~ o:A. 12 :4 . f )i 0
GUUd'i...,1. al t e tra by.nrcl f .n
ectevers ' of Webb, .ones & Ponainer,
INitrator of Be)o M.: Joe o es,da
GrauceIb lcHardy Jon.es~A Defeats.,an
fro te ourt of~ Co.mn. Pe!ess, to me.
toret e4 ~in r th ' abvn sme.! case, Iuw asl
sel,Ou:the'iu Frs Vo:: way (aleayn
Aprbilinx, soNwery, . o h ih
ensubidesfl theatin trconsisteeg of ln
i1.l inote Sra::;nri:. wizie afrting
2 eark heiTown ofa~ Nebrerry cntinn
byth od findi::g fram NewbPrery: .
I LoRG oTairS TEAoTANER
in scessu opeilratn, cosisting of
1 15tose SemEg!e ib atn
1 Dru f-wokn; id.
I 1 C orn Si ll. iij b
.Ah the folla~ oi Fe!iontsA Porthe
1 rmie Lot at Tannrs Toos'.~ ~ o ae
nohors O.fce 1nn J.in, mor orks
1P tomScales:a, (jo.los
one ::ndu .of yearsDe&'(r in two<qa nul:n
from day of :.e,. to 4(e securedib auon
ton, t he urhe and~ a:' m ort of the
Corem-e sods. Purei' e top , for papes
Co. B W v E L:E, . he Firs
"th eO' Office, Feb. 8, 1 \879..N
10V -0 flSCf~' 1-' 00~
Joseph Cal eil1ain:T. c:, JostAgsp
above .uun case. Il 12 el ats mublicvc
Court p4.s1 door t:7..'' e.9ry crnt
Coumy :r' d . .a . . . sore :id, on thes
teio of a 3, it pte in s,id outy a nd
knohe a thel:%' 31ul P.c4,i and oude fo
p;Caldel:m 1r' 'J~Ath2E C. c.:el and
ly i o waters of Ft. r's Cree ( tbu
ITJER.j -Oe-al of . t e purchas~ Mony
to bev p? i sh t banc o: a crei
of p oe yer ih : s iro: d atf dae
th e r di ooc: o b scrdb h
paper-. E.P. 1 W .E S c. . c. tP.'
C:eriO Oa ice .re 10, 1570. tO 1s
11 :: f7 4 '. 50~ !i
B h permi2ssio: ' :':e eu t Probate
ber Con\-- : IS. S+dy, ir o
pue'oi en: . r -,o . rn e
a STucK or :PmiTU4U L. UOS
TEiG.- m- ll unn ofandoverntwn
rydoar. a'- erd.vi h e :n :dt s
of al, h 'e:. n . :.y ::o:e :na8 : 0proved
b~e odsr U41. I 4 bfr
Nb . , in n.' . i '-I .i.e Jugeko
0i oNs ..v s , pe : ;w ate y tofa
. M:0 r. 24, :I-s A dm'r.;Ol
I winsei!.nr. he e ce fEma
Egate of H irmen al, a--e-sed, before
the Hon. -kes D. Faers, Prebate Judge
of Newhere on 3:-+:y, the 15th day of
Amii n":a a F ch-ri- orenoon.
. . .1 ;... .a.:e;-: . 3: -ser m..-.e 'or a final