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Special and. Local.
WEDNESDA, APR. 30, 1S79.
iNDEX TO NEw ADVERTIsE ENTs.
Coppock & Johnson-Avery's Plows.
J. P. Pool-Ordinance io Raise Supplies.
John P. Kinard-Just Received by Express.
Prof. M. G. DeCamps-Classic and Opera
Eduard Scholtz-Watches, Clocks, Jewel
ry, &c., at cost.
Nathaniel B. Barnwell-Xotic to Creditors
of Laurens Rail Road.
A. J. Longsliore, J. C. Boyd, J. Wistar
Gary-Notice to Holders of Past Due School
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local colwn are inserted at
the racte of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituari., notices of mcetings, com
unation. relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of re.g>cet, &c. are clutrgc<.
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administratin, and other
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
sped and notices of meetings, as well as
communications of a personal character
must be paid for in advance
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.00 for six
mzonths, 50 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not br placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
r All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
This paper may be found on tile. at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
rean (10 Spruce 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.
We are requested to give notice that
there will be no service at Head Springs
Church on next Sabbath.
THomrsoN, Dentist, opposite Herald office
Should.not forget the meeting to be
held in Thespian Hall to-morrow (Wed
nesday) at 4 P. M., to arrange for ob
serving Memorial Day.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Preston Cannon, the oldest son ofDr.
.D. A. Cannon had the second finger of
his left hand badly torn in a corn shel
ler a few .days ago. It had to be am
putated at the lower joint.
Just Received by Express;
Another lot of those FINE WHITE
SHAWLS. Ladies invited to call and
examine them at my Auction Room.
18-it JOHN~ P. KINAnn.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Mr. J. A. Crotwell, the 21st instant,
Avent to work at the old~ brick -yard,
used by O'Neall in 1877. He is mak
ing at the rate of five thousand at day,
and will make three hundred thousand
before he s46s. -
Go to H. A. Barns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-ly
Newberry is to have a new photogra
pher, Mr. W. A. Clark, of Greenville.
He is a first-rate artist, as his specimens
at Dr. Pelham's show, and will begin
operations here as soon as he can secure
With and without mortgage attach
mient, and Landowner's Liens.
For sale at
3-tf HER ALD BOOK STORE.
Holders of Claims.
Attention is called to the Commnis
sioner's notice in referenee to~ past due
School Claims., The Commissioners
meet on Tuesday 6th May and remain
in session thirty days. Holders of claims
are required to present and prove them.
Seasonable Spring Coods.
Base Balls, Bats, Tops and Cords,
Robber Balls, Croquet Sets, Marbles.
Fish Hooks and Lines, all sizes, Play
ing Cards, &c. H. A. BURNs.
The American Agriculturist
Should be in the hands of every far
mer. It has no superior in this country
as an agricultural journal, and is worth
many times the subscription price. Pub
lished monthly by Orange Judd Com
pany, 245 Broadway, N. Y.; for $1.50.
Go to HT. A. Burns for your Confec
tioneries, Canned Goods, Tea,. Spiee,
Pepper, Laundry Soap, Starch, Blueing,
Soda, Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, and also
a good assortment of Toys. 9-ly
The following Committee have been
soliciting contributions for the people
of Walterboro, who lost so heavily by
the tornado of the 16th inst. J. B. Car
wile, J. 0. Peoples, Jno. R. Leavell, J.
N. Martin and J. E. Brown. They
have collected and forwarded .$62.80.
The committee will gladly receive any
All persons indebted to the H E1ALD
Book Store hy memorandum accounts,
are requested to call and settle at once.
No goods hereafter wvill be delivered
until paid for. 16-tf
A young man rode into H-odges, late
ly, and after hitching his horse went
about his business. Wbile thus en
age~a wamnhitchhed the horse and
To arrive during this and next week.
a full line of Gents' New Style Fur and
Straw Hats, among them Taylor's Gen
uine Mackinaw's, at from 3.00 to $5.00.
Also, full line of Philadelphia Ladies'
and Misses' Fine Shoes. Prices guar
anteed. A good stock of Shoes and
Hats on hand.
A. C. JONES, Agt.,
No. 5 Mollohon Row.
17-2t Newerrv, S. C.
Is the name of a new Sunday School
Song Book, just issued by the Southern
Methodist PuMizhing House. The au
thor is the well-known com1posel, Prof
R. M. McIntosh. The song book is is
sued in three forms-with round notes,
with patent or shaped notes, and with
out notes. With notes the price is
35 cents per copy or $4 per duei;
without notes 12 1-2 cents per copy or
$1.50 per dozen. Address orders to J.
B. McFerrin, Nashville, Twnn., who
will accept our thanks for copies.
I will sell at cost till the 20th of May,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware, Spectacles and Eyeglas
ses. Please call and examine my
Stock. EDUARD SCHOLTZ,
18-2t Watchmaker and Jeweler.
The Strawberry Festival
Last night, (Monday) in Foot's 1Hall
was well attended. Only a small quan
tity of strawberries was on hand, as the
shipment ordered from Charleston had
not arrived; but there was an abun
dance of good eatables besides. The
evening was very pleasantly spent;
and the change was pleasantly and
quite liberally spent also, the receipts
footing up $50. The festival continues
through to-day (Tuesday) and to-night.
There will be plenty of strawberries to
night for everfbody. The music of the
band added greatly to the enjoyment
last night-will play again to-night.
Purge out the Morbid Humors of
the Blood, by a dose or two of AYER'S
PILLS, and you will have clearer
heads as well as bodies.
The installation of ReV. S.-P. Hughes,
as pastor of the Lutheran Church of our
city, will take place next Sunday, 1st
SaidafTn May. The .Rev. Dr. Bow
m:n, of Charleston, the Rev. Jacob
Hawkins, of Prosperity, and the Rev.
Prof. Holland, of Newberry, will be
present and participate in the exercises
of the occasion.
The members of the congregation
are reminded that the collection for
Synodic.l purposes, which would have
been lifted last Sunday, but for the in
lemency of the weather, will be soli
cited at that time.
The merits of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup are necknowledged by all who
have ever used it for the diseases of
Infancy. Price only 25 cents a bot
Columbia Weekly Register.
We have received a copy of the
Columia~ Weekly Register in its enlarged
form. It is now an eight-page, 34x43
inches, containing fifty-six columns of
readCing matter, making it the largest
weekly paper ever published in the
State. It contains the most important
telegraphic news of the week, editorials
on the leading topics of the day, the
latest market reports, the creamrof the
news froin the metropolitan newspa
pers, earefully compiled State news,
poetry, humorous articles, miscellan
eous, reading matter, Columbia local
news and a condensation of all that is
going on in the busy woi-ld. 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.
Our thanks are due to J. S. Tom lin
son, Esq., Editor and Proprietor of the
Piedmont Press, Hickory, N. C., for a
pamphlet entitled "Assenably Sketch
Book," giving a short biography of each
member of the Legislature of the Tar
State. Mr. Tomlinson is the author of
We have received a neatly prmnted
and complete Catalogue- of :Newberry
College far the year 18789, The grade
of.studies, is high and the system of in
struction and discipline is thorough.
The year now elosing has been a very
pleasant and quite a successful one; the
health of the students has bcen excel
lent, and their conduct in and outside
of their college duties has deserved and
received - the highest commendation.
The Commencement Exeicises will be
held from June 22nd to the 26th inclu
N. A. & M. S.
The Executive Committee of the New
berry.Agricultural and Mechanical So
ciety met the 22nd to decide upon a
suitable location for the Fair Grounds,
but did not rerch a decision. They
have four places under consideration; a
portion of the Phifer lot, belonging to
J. D. Hornshy; the house and four
acres of ground belonging to T. S.
Moorman, Esq., next to the college;
the gr-ounds in rear of R. H. Wright's;
and a lot belonging to the Johnstones.
on Maia Street. opposite T. S. Duncan's.
The Committee will meet again to-day
to decide the matter. if they will se
lect an eligible location-and we've no
doub the will-Newberry will er
The Lutheran Church was filled to
overflowing Thursday evening, the 24th
instant, the interesting occasion be
ing the marriage of Dr. La Fayette A.
East, of Greenville, to Miss Leila L.
Kingsmore, of Newberry. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. G. W.
Holland. The groonsiten and brides
maids were.: Dr. C. D. East with Miss
Cora Kingsmore; I. W. Walter with
Miss Lizzie Schumpert; F.-A. Sebum
pert with Miss Lula Pool; J. . Brown
with Miss Caro Motte; J. W. Lips
comb with Miss Lila Boozer; Eduard
Scholtz with Miss Nathalie Mazyck.
Messts. Vance, Simmons, Sim!iins and
Jones acted as,ushers. The happy pair
leave to-day for Greenville, their h6me.
We tender them our congatulations
and best wishes for their 'future hap
We copy from the Keowee Courier the
following paragraph which will prove
interesting to thJ friends of Dr. Smelt
zer in this county:
WALHALLA, S. C., April 14, 1879.
MESSRS. EDITORS: Allow me, through
your excellent paper, to express my
thanks to the pupils and patrons of my
college and the public generally for the
interest manifested towards me and
my school last Thursday evening. Such
tokens of their appreciation encourage
me in my work. I confess I was 1
agreeably surprised and my lips could
not express the emotions of my heart.
The valuables bestowed on the occasion
were timely given and greatly appre
ciated, but the estimation in which my
school is held by the donors, as shown
by their gifts and presence, is of greater
value to me. I have endeavored to
make the college worthy of their patro
nage. and now have a greater incentive
to labor until Walhalla Female College
shall be equal to similar institutions in
I also wish to return thanks to the
band for the interest its members
showed and which added greatly to
the enjoyment of the occasion.
J. P. SMELTZER.
Sheriff Fike, of Laurens, is in town.
Mr. S. P. Boozer paid a visit to
Spartanburg last week, to look after
his hardware business there.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. S. C.
Merchant's condition is still quite criti
cal. He has typhoid pneumonia, and
for several days has been very low.
Col. R. C. Watts, of Laurens, was in
town from Saturday to Monday. He
was on his way to Columbia to argue
an appeal before the Supreme Court.
Messrs. R. Y. Leavell and A. C.
Jones attended the State Convention of
the Y. M. C. A., at Anderson last week,
as delegates from the Association here.
Rev. W. Hayne Leavell left for Jack
son, Mississippi, on Saturday last. Af
ter a short sojourn at Jackson he will
return to his home at Manchester, New
Mr. J. W. Stultz, who was robbed
and almost murdered the night of the
11th instant, is steadily improving. He
has become perfectly rational, and he
expects to start to his home in Virginia
in a few days.
Mr. Charley Lilly, who taught a band
here three or four years ago, is in town
again. He has been employed by the
Silver Cornet Band to lead them, and
under his instruction the band is mak
ing rapid progress.
Miss Carrie Aull, daughter of the
late Jno. P. Aull, has accepted a posi
tion as teacher in the Lutheran Female
Seminary at Staunton, Va. Miss Aull
is a graduate of Due West Female Col
lege, and is well fitted for the position.
Rev. Jno. Kershaw preached his
farewell sermon to his congregation
Sunday night. All denominations re
gret that Mr. Kershaw's connection
with the church here has ceased; for
he is very much liked as a minister and
a man. He left Monday with his fam
ily for Beaufort, his newv charge.
A Short Account.
We have just room enough to tell the
reader, who already knows that we ex
curted to Charleston last week, that we
are now back-reached home Saturday
-and had a good time indeed in the
old city. The meeting with relatives
and friends, and the elegant hospitality
enjoyed, more than repaid for the long,
weary and dusty ride. A visit to the
city is a pleasure which we would that
all cur friends in the country could en
joy, and right here itimay be well to
say that if the railroad authorities would
get up an excursion of this kind oftener,
it would give the public the opportuni
ty desired, and put money in their own
depleted treasuries. We advise, how
ever, before doing so, that the S. C. R.
R1., place better coaches on the night
trains-thle low-benched ante-diluvian
and macadamiized seats now in use, are
not by any means promotive of sleep,
and make the tired passenger long for the
end( of the journey. It would b)e pleas
ant to tell of the many things seen and
describe them as they deserve ; but our
foreman is not looking for "copy", his
"form" being full, therefore we hurried
ly say that the Floral Fair and the
Catholic Fair were things of beauty;
that the 'oft breezes still blow from old
ocean over the battery; that the market,
the best in the South, overflows with
meats, vegetables, fruits and fish; that
a ride to the Island is as great a treat
Ias ever; that a visit to Magnolia Cem
etery satisfies as nothing else can do;
that a two-forty ride on the shell-road,
inhaling the odor of hundreds of acres
I ,,V,.i, at,.' wh,..rri~ ~nd what is better
Various and all About.
Fine rain season.
Grain crops looking well.
A good place to get a husband-by
Green Peas and Spring Lamb will
soon be in order.
Cut worms are more destructive this
spring than ever before.
Charley Hunter had a tinger broken
wVhile -faying base ball Tuesdav, 22nd.
A girl may look often in the mirror,
Decause.reflection is good for the inind.
"Dr." J. A. Willard is spreading the
Dolorado-fever awong the Laurens dar
The Ouncil have made marked im
3rovement in the appearance of the
Tho new passenger depot has been
?ainted by Mr. Bunn Milligan, and is
7ery neatly done..
The Thespians are rehearsing "Mo
icy," a very fine play, and will put it
)n the stage soon.
The grass and wild clover in towiis
.rowing luxuriantly since the cows
xave been penned.
Gardens are once more looking up,
>ut it- will be some time ere we have
regetables on the table.
The Newberry Band will go down
o take part in the celebration at Co
umbia, the 13th of May.
Save two dollars until court week and
ome in and settle for the HERALD.
&oney is very scarce in this office.
A Baptist Church has recently been
)rganized at Cross Hill, Laurens Coun
y, with upwards of twenty members.
Soda Fountain men are beginning to
,ount how much profit they will make
)n the soda water they expect to sell.
Have your Job Printing done at home
nd save time, money and vexation.
Dall and see specimens and ask for
A colored man from the rural dis
'ricts called on us and asked for "one ol
,hem Colorado papers." He thinks ol
The foundation for the meanest man
is laid when the small boy turns the
worm hole on an apple for his compan.
ion to bite from.
Our visitors to Charleston report hav
ing had a splendid time. The excur
sion must have paid well, for a large
crowd went down.
Our townsman, E. S. Coppock, has am
fine piece of wheat on his Scott farm,
also some good corn. No inquiries
made as to his cotton.
A woman never finds half as muel
satisfaction in the sermon as she does
in the grease spot on the hack of a wo
man's dress in front of her.
In mentioning the names of the Mex
ican Veterans still living in this Coun
ty, a few weeks ago, we omitted the
name of Mr. Thomas Chapman, of Ja.
Jeff Davis bad his pocket-knifi
sharpened the other day, and certair
Republican journals immediately de.
cared that the South was preparing fom
a new rebellion.
Again-our friends in the County will
oblige us and the readers of the HER
AL, if they will send us any and al:
items of news occurring in their sec
tion. Let us hear from you.
Spring beef is stringy-one beef yen
de says that he heard a brother bee:
man's knife grate while cutting a steak~
gristle as if it had struck a file-harc
steak that. Such is life, however, in
these low grounds.
The cabbage patch of Mr. TIhos. M.
Paysinger,- a fine one by the way, the
plants all beginning to head-was
raided on Sunday night and entirelj
cut down by some fiendish, collard
hungry, good-for-nothing negro.
The poultry house of Mrs. N. A. H.
on the border of Gravel-towvn, wa
broken open Sunday night and all o:
her chickens with a couple of tur
kies taken. The thief must live nemi
by, as the chickens all returned thei
A whole week has p)assed withou
the appointment of a Colonel or
Brigadier. Not even a Major has beer
hatched out. The raw material i:
nearly used up. A new crop may b4
looked for as soon as some beards an<
moustaches are fully grown.
(Press and Banner.
The G. & C. R. R. has adopted
plan to prevent the small boy and the
darkey from crowding the cars betweem
Newberry and Helena. It has not beem
the custom to charge for tbe ride; bu
the .evil become so great that the:
propose to stop it by charging tel
cents. A good idea.
Dickens' Bleak House
Took an immense hold on the publi<
mind, and yielded its famous author
handsome revenue. It is our pnivilegi
to sound the praises of a house whic]
fan exceeds it, and had it been the priv
ilege of that illustrious Englishman ti
have seen this house he might neve:
have written his "Old Curiosity Shop,'
no, never. We allude to the house c
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, not th<
least of whose attractions is their accom
plished man Friday, in which, the store
not Friday, is displayed an endless va
riety of rich, rare, beautiful and usefu
articles in China, Crockery, Glass, Tin
Wod, Willow and Iron Ware, Pic
tores, Frames, Lamps, Toys, in short, al
the thousand and one things which helj
.omake up th sum of a housekeeper'
The May number of the Edectic is
embellished with an excellent steel-en
graved portrait of M. Grevy, the new
ly-elected President of the French Re
public. This is accompanied in the
letter-press with a detailed and in
teresting sketch of his career, and of
his character and habits in private life.
The leading article of the number also
-deals with the same snbject, and re
cords some highly-suggestive "First
impressions of the New Republic," by
Frederic Harrison. The other articles
in the number are as follows: "Psycho
metric Facts," by Francis Galton;
"Godwin and Shelley," by Leslie Ste
phen; *'A Cremation in China," by
Herbert -G. Giles; "On the Migration
of Birds,"* by Dr. August Weissmann;
"Love's Promise," a Poem; "Chapters
on Socialism," II., by John Stuart Mill;
"Charles Lamib-Five New Anecdotes:"
"Mademoiselle de Mersac," chapters
VI. and VII.; "Why do we Eat our
Dinner?" by Professor Grant Allen;
"Cruel Fate;" "Ancient Egypt," III.,
by Reginald Stuart Poole; "A Romance
of Royalty-Lady Arabella Stuart-'
'The New Religious Movemert in
France," a very striking and suggestive
paper; "The Two Lights," a Poem;
Literary Notices; Foreign Literary
Notes; Nies on Science~ and Art;
Published by E. R. Pelton, 25 Bond
Street, New York. Terms, $5 per
year; single number, 45 cents; Trial
subscription for three months, $1.
A Disease that Wrecks the Sys
Every function is deranged, every nerve
unstrung, every muscle and fiber weakened
by fever and ague. It is, in fact, a diisease
which if unchecked, eventually wrecks the
system. In all its types, in every phase, it is
dangerous, destructive. Stupor,delirium,con
vulhions, often attend and cause swift dissolu
fion. But when combatted with Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters its foothold in the system is
dislodged, and every vestige of it eradicated.
That benign anti-febrile specific and preven
tive of the dreaded scourge is recognized not
only within our own boundaries, but in tro
pic lands far beyond them, where inter
inittents and remittents are fearfully preva
lent, to be a sure antidote to the malarial
poison and a reliable means of overcoming
disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels,
of which a vitiated torrid atmosphere and
brackish miasma tainted water are extremely
provocative. All emigrants and travelers
should be supplied with it.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Apr. 29, 1879.
Ordinary...... ..................... 9 a9.
Good Ordinary.................... 9a91
Low Middling.................... 10a10t
Good Middling ................. - -- a
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MA RT IN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New. ....
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.. 6
Sides, C. R., New.......... 6
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New........... . 5
Sides, C. RI., New........... a 61
Sides, Long Clear.........-6
Uncanvassed Hlams......... 10
Cauvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12
Leaf. in Tierces............. 10
Leaf, in Buckets............ 11
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C............ 11
Coffee C.................. 1
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
Cuba Molasses..... .. 6'
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Roasted or Parched..... 30
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a
White Wine Vinegar 65
Bolted.. ............. ... 9
STARCH........................ 10a 16
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per b.......... ........0a 8.00
CONCENTRATED LYE....... ...15
ENGLISH SODA................. 10
HIORSF~OR D'S BAKING POWDER 25
ISEA FOA M BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE................... 10
TOB3ACCO)....................... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10' keg. .................. 3.50
BAG GING--Heavy.................. 121
ARROW TIES, per bunch..........250
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per Lu............ 40a
OFFIcE oF CoUNTY TREASURER,
NEwBERRY C. HI., S. 0., A pril 15th, 1879.
Notice is bereby given that this office
will be open for the collection of Taxes
from the 1ST OF MAY TO THE 31ST IN
CLUSIVYE. The following is the levy fo:
'78 and '79, to wit:
State Tax. ...........2 Mills
Past In1debtedness.... "
Paist School Indebtedness. ? "
Line Fence............. "
SA Poil Tfax of one dollar on all persons
between the ages of 21 and 80, except those
exempt by law.
Taxes are payable in two installments
any one failing to pay the first instatimnen1
will be charged 5 ier cent penalty there.
on, which will be collected from Sept. 1501:
to Oct. 31st.
Taxes are payable in Gold or Silver Coin
Currency and National Bank Notes.
SI will attend at Prosperity for collectior
-of Taxes, on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, the 13th, 14th and 15th of May.
U. B. W HITES,
SApr. 16, 16-3t County Treasurer.
All parties having demands against thc
-Estare of C. al. Harris, deceased, will ren
der the same properly proven to my Attor
; es ess oe&Fi,a ne i
Ieys, Messrs. indee t& thFaida once Ai
pale parte anet to the sai tate wil
please tle at AncYit my ARtrIeso
Ad,x fU .Hri.dcd
unsel. NANYS C. HARRS.
ICE! x.ICE!! .His,Cee'd.
A pr. 14, 1879. 16-5t.
mR ! 10E!! ICE!!!
HEAD - QUARTERS
_ur stock of Men's, Youths' a,d Boy's
For SPRING and St'MMER, is now corn
ple:e, and is second to no establishliment of
the kind in the State. No pains is being
spared to keep it first clasi in every respect.
In addition to our Rvady-Made Clothing,
&c., we are prepared to get Up suits, or any
garrntleW, to order, giaranteeing satisfaction
in every particular, furnisihing several huin- i
dred sampies of different fabrics from which
to select. We respectfullv solicit a trial of
our .kiil in this directiont, feeling sure that
if those of our people who are wont to send
abroad for their Clothing will give us an
opportunity we will secure to theni eqjual
sati..a1c4tion aud Save them m1on0ev.
We call attention to our Furnishing
Goods Deparmlen1t. es;'ecial!y to our Lain
dried and Unhundried Sh:rts, of the latter
we claim to sell the best $1.00 Shirt to be
found in any market. Also to our stock of1
MeN's and Boy's Hats, embracing Stiff and
Soft Cassimeres, Mackinaws, Leghiorns, &c.,
all of the latest siyles. We invite examina
tion of alL if you are not pleased do not
MRIGHT& J. W, COPPOCK9
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Apr. 23, 17-1y.
M. L. KINARD,
At the Old Stand of Swaffield's. Opposite
the Wheeler House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Has just opened one of the LARGEST
I-AND BST SELECT1D STOCKS of
SPRING AND SUMMER
C L O TH ING,
Ever offered in the City of Columbia. The
styles of Spring Clothing are very handsome
and very cheap. Men's Suits, $1.75 to
$25.00. Youths' Suits, $3.00 to $12.00.
Boy's Suits, 4 to 10 years, $1.50, $2.00, and
up to $10.00. Hats at all prices. A GOOD
STRAW HAT, only 10 cents.
The celebrated STAR SHIRT, manufac
tured expressly for fir,e retail trade. I
will take measures and have the Star Shirt
made to order and guarantee a fit.
Also, the MONARCH PA TENT BOUND
~BOSOM UNLAUJNDRIED SHIRT, the best
in the market, for $9.00) per dozen.
@" A liberal discount to Ministers.
Apr. 2.3, 17-3m.
Things Everybody Need !
Things Everybody Want!
Things Everybody Can Get.
PAPER-Note, Letter, Foolscap, BiH
Cap, Legal Cap, Sermon, Letter and Note
Pens and Pencils in variety.
Mourning Note and Envelopes.
Fancy and Plain Box Papers.
Rubber Bands, Erasers and Pencil Heads.
School B3ooks, Copy Books, Slates, (dif
Blank Books in large variety-very
Comn'osition Books for girls, ?hromo on
Dream Booke for dreamers.
Picture Books for little folks.
Albhums-Photogra ph and Autograph
Po~cket Bibles, Family Bibles.
Inks-Black, Blue, Violet and Crimson.
Paper Folders, Backgammon Boards,
and many other articles,
At Reduced Prices.
ALL MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
AT AND UNDER COST.
T. F. CRENEKER.
A pr. 23, 17-tf.
Notice to the Ladies !
The officers and members of the Newber
ry Memoria! Association request the ladies
of this County to meet them at Thespian
Hall on Wednesday, A pril 20th, at 4 o'clock
P. M., to arrange for observing Memorial
Day. J. M. JOHNSTONE,
Apr. 23, 1879. Secretary.
By order of Probate Court, I will sell,
ON 'SALE-DAY IN MAY, MONDAY THE
5TH NE XT, at the Ware-rooms of C. M.
harris, dec'd., all his personal property, to
One set of Walnut Furniture.
One lot of Beisteads and Trundle Beds.
Marble and Wooden Top Tables.
Catie and Wooden Chairs, of all grades.
War drobes, Writing Desks.
Lounges, Picture Frames, &c., &c.
Cabinet Tools, Benches.
Band Saws, Gig Saws.
Lathes, Mortice Machines, &c.
Walnut Lumber, anid everyvthing else in
both sihop and ware roomr.
All the above are first class.
NANCY C. liARRIS,
As Adm'x. of C. M. Harris.
A pr. '23, ]7-2t.
.STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
IN TilE COMON PLEAS.
ALIVE TO THE
WE AI*E PREPAIZED TO OFFEr TN E
SOME SPECIAL R ASONS WHYI EVERY Li S
WE invite you to call and inspect our No%
purchasing or not. We promise fh i % ou w
and not persuaded or imp%jrnvmed t.. jreha.
Departnrent we shall offer:
Gases F.,ncy 'Sutitings.
Cas.s Biroe:ale Mantine.
Ca-es Silk and Wool French Nowe,ities.
Cases Siried -rmmer Silks.
Casos American (ashueres.
We will here name other departments th:?
NEW DESIGNS of ithe Sason:
Vh ite Goods Department.
OU R STOCK FUS XE 1
TZIE QUjLIT1 jWei
TIZE PRICES W
JONES, DAVIS S
April 16, 16-3m.
Spring Dry Goods and Notions
VARIETY, EXCELLENCE AND CHEAPNESS
CANNOT BE EXCELLED.
AS THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES IN
C. F. JACKSON
Makes announeca. -at to the people of New
berry and all other people, that he
HAS THE GOODS
AND THEY ARE TO BE SOL.D,
B1RGMlNSIN EITERY LINE.
A SPECIAL NOVELTY is the 5 CENT!
COUNTER, nothing to compare with it in
Satisfaction given or money returned.
0. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A pr. 16, 16.-tf.
'MERCHANT T ALlORING,'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The undersigned has the best appointed
IN THE STATE.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
CLOTHS AND CASSIEES
TAI[OR8' TRLM ,lNG.
None but First Class Work
W. C SWAFFIELD;~
A CE NT.
A pr. 16, 16-f;m.
As Executors of the last. will and testa
ment of Julius B. Smith, and by authority
therein specially given, we will offer for
sle, at the risk of the former purchaser,
wo has failed to comply with the terms of
his bid that lot of land in the Town of
Ne-.I on thre "Burut Square," known
as L.a s.. i, bounded by Pratt Street, lot
of Mrs. Rebecca L. Paysinger, by Smith
Alley and Nance Street, whereof a plat
may be seen at the office of James M. Bax
ter, Esq., or on day of sale, on First Mon
day in May next, at Newberry Court House.
'The terms of sale are one-third cash, and
the balance in two equal annual instal
ments, with interest on bot4 from day of
sale-secured by bond and a mortgage of
the lot sold.
The house and brick are excepted.
GEORGE A. LANGFORD,
A pr. 16, 16-3t. Executors.
Pianos and Organs.
The undersigned takes this method to in
form the citizens of Ne w berry and surround
ing Counties, who are desirous of purchas
ing an Organ or Piano, that he has perfect
ed arrangements with the manufacturers by
which he can RETAIL you a Piano or an
Organ AT WHOLESALE PRICES. We can sell
you a first class instrument at the same
price as these cheap shoddy things so ex-,
tensively advertised over the country. A
written guarantee for 5 years accomnpamies
every instrument we sell. We put them up
in your residence, and keep them in tune
for'1-2 months free of charge. We respect
fully refer to the followviing well known par
ties~to whom we have sold:.
Mr. J. 0. Peopkcs, Piarno, Newberry C.
1 ; Mr. 0. L. Schrupert, Organ ,Newberry
C 11.; Mr. Christian Bennett, Organ, Cokes
bury, S. C.; Mr. Jacob Counts, Organ,
Prosperity, S. C.; Mr. Jonas Swink, Piano,
Union C. HI., S. C.; Mr. Asa Smith, Piano,
Union C. H., S. C.; Mr. Jas. R. Ellis, Prar.o,
Union C. H., S. C.; Mrs. E. M. Rice, Organ,
Codwell P. 0., S. C.; Rev. J1. 1. Bonner,
Pia.mno,Du West, . C.; The A. M. E.
INR E5ENT S
:,'1Y (;- F fi T%VELViE DEPART
01A)1 11AH" [S A ORiT'T SEND N ORDER.
ith-S, whe:h you b.ve any~ intenition of
!te.r:le :u11( an';ked, pllditely treamd,
.i' uni yo o d i oor Dress Goods
Gase, rei Ciothes, new sd.
Cases Pl1aini anid Figaired 1umingts.
Cases, Priuted Lawl:s.
G-ses Printe-d Percales.
vou will find to overflowing with all the
Gent's Funishing G oDpartmon%.
Ladies' and . -t' Sho, Deparineuit.
Trunk and . El Is Departmetst.
ER SO LiRGE!
IEVER sO GOOD!
"RE s/"E,VERS OZLOW!
1A, S. C.
Bardware and Cutlery.
LOW PRIJE COTTON,
The undersigned ask to call attantion of
the Farmers and Mechanics to their new
of a!t kinds,
Of the "Avery Patent."
Of all grades and prices.
Of all kinds.
Picks, Grubbing Hoes, &c.
Also, a splendid lot of
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths-.I
All laid in at prices that will meet the low
price of cotton. Call and see for yourselves,
at the Hardware Store of
No. 3, Mollohen Row.
Jan. 1, 187i9. 1-tf
Senn's, Counts' and Northern make, at
the lowest prices.
Gall and see samples.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Apr. 2, 14-tt.
Look out for the best Swede's Iron,
Brade's Crown Hoes, Axes of all kinds,
Trace Chains, &c. They can be found at
the Hardware Store of
COPPOCK & JOHNSON. .
Also, Agents for best make of Buggies
and Carriages. Jan. 15, 3-tf.
NfJTICE Th FMMERSL
Wagon Breeching, Lines and Col
lars, Sole and Upper Leather, Harness and
Whang Leather. All of which will 'ae of
fered at low prices.
Agents for all kinds Machinery.
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Sep. 2, 187S-36-: f.
Having m a d e ar
rangements for a new
I will shortly be
and "take the pictures"
of the good people of
Feb. 26, 9-3m.
STOVES, TIN-IlTAE, &R,
Until the First Mon- -
day in May,
When the entire stock will be sol to the
nighest bidder, if not sold before that time.
W. T. WRIGHT,
Apr. 16, 16-St Agent.
Is a perfect BLOOn PCEMIER, and IS the
only purely VEGETABLE remedy- known to SCi
enee that as mae raical and PE tNErr