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.Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1879.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTIsEMENTS.
J. B. Fellers-Citat ion.
L. E. Folk-County Board of Equalization
Rev. S. Lander-Williamston Female Col
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives............. .1 30 P M
Down Train arrives ...........12 42 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 00 A M
" " leaves......... 140 PM
Up mail closes at.......... 1 00 PM
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R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Jane. 2, 1879.
This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
reau (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
Mrs. Esther Jones died at Mr. W. C.
Davis', in this County, the 16th instant,
in the 79th year of her age.
We regret to learn that Mr. Silas D.
Hiller, died of consumption on Wednes
day last, at his residence in Edgefield
just over the Newberry line. Mr.
Hiller was a most estimable man, and
beloved by all who knew him. He
leaves a wife and children. His fune
ral services were conducted by the Rev.
J. A. Sligh.
CGo to H. A. Barns for a good assort
mient of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. _ ___ 9-1y
The Rev. R. P. 'Franks, of Cokes
bury, will preach in thec Methoaist
Church of this place on Wednesday
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
The Rain Fall
In town, from Thursday at 120o'clock
to Monday morning was 1.82-100 inch
es. We get these figures from Mr. A.
J. McCaughrin's rain gauge.
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
A gentleman who went to the barbe
cue at Prosperity Friday, says that the
present crops beat any that he has ever
seen in that section of country for the
last twenty years.
Agricultural Liens, .
With and without mortgage attach
ment, and Landowner's Liens.
For sale at
8-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
Williamston Female College.
Attention is called to the card of the
Rev. S. Lande.r, President of the de
servedly popular institution whose
name heads this notice. See change
for Fall Session.
Go to H. A, Burns for your Confec
tioneries, CannR Goods, Tea, Spice,
Pepper, Laundry Soap, Starch, Blueing,
Soda, Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, and also
a good assortment of Toys. 9-ly
We have lately received a Catalogae
of the Salem (N. C.) Female Academy.
This is one of the oldest and best female
institutions in the South. Rev. J. T.
Ice will be kept for sale during the
season, and can be had at all times at
the Confectionery Store of H. A. Burns.
The publishers, Messrs. R. WV. Car
roll & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, have our
thanks for a copy of "My Grandmo
ther-'s Churn," song and chorus. The
price is 80 cents, and any one desiring
a copy can order it through us.
THOMPsON, Dentist, opposite HeralId office
Picnic at Liberty Hall.
The people of Moliohon and sur
rounding country will give a big picnic
at the old Duckett School House, thie
15th of August, to which all are invited.
The Palmetto Guards, Capt. M. M. Bu
fo'd's old company, will reorganize on
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-1y
Another Landmark Cone.
The old frame house which stood for
so many years on the corner opposite
the Simmons House. now marks that
spot no longer, Monday Mr. T. M. Pay
singer, the purchaser, having it torn
down and removed to the country. Mr.
Davenport, who had the job of tearing
it down, found in a crevice twenty-four
SHOE AND iAT HOUSE.
Main Street, Next Door to
Pelham's Drug Store.
I WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY, JULY
3d, 1879, in the Pratt Building, next door
to Pelham's Drug Store,
A Complete Stock of
Boots, Shoes & Hats
Of every description. T. Miles & Sons
Men, Ladies' av-d Children's Fite Shoes,
not equalled in quality, fitting and wearing
to any manufactured, hesides others of the
best intiufactured. The attention of niy
friends and the publie gener:lly, are espe
eially invited to examine inv Shoes and
Mits, as I feel Satisfied that I can .hake it
to their interest to buy from me. Stock
replenished often to give you the bonefit of
Fresh Goods, New Styles and
A. C. JONES, Agt.
July 1st, 1879. 27-tf.
Mr. -J. B. Campbell, of Jalapa, has
recovered his gold watch, which was
stolen from his room three weeks ago.
The party who stole it. moved either by
conscience or the fear of detection,
brought it back and quietly and secretly
hung it up in the window.
Glenn Springs water on draught, at
H. A. Buims'. tf.
The Hendersonville Excursion.
Quite a number of persons from town
will go up to Hendersonville Saturday
on Mr. Holland's excursion train. They
will go to Strother's by private convey
ance and take the train there. The
Newberry Brass Band will accompany
All persons indebted to the HERALD
Book Store by memorandum accounts,
are requested to call and settle at once.
No goods hereafter will be delivered
until paid for. 16-tf
Shot in the Hand.
Mr. J. S. Bowers, of Helena, Super
visor of the G. & C. R. R., got a pain
ful wound in his hand a few days ago.
Two of the railroad hands at work fell
out and one drew out "the nimhle pis
tol" to shoot the other. Mr. B. seized
the weapon just as it tired, and received
the ball in his hand.
Maj. John Alexander, p)roprietor of
the famous Congaree Iron Works, will
accept our thanks for copies of interest
ing Australian and Glasgow papers.
He bears his friends in kindly remem
brance. We are pleased to know that
some of the new buildings in this place
will be adorned with iron fronts from
Phaetons and Buggies.
We have just receiv
ed a new lot of Phiae
tons and Buggies,
which we will sell at
low figures. Call and
Coppock & Johnson.
The American Agriculttfrist.
This splendid monthly for August is
already received, and is filled with na
merous illustrations and practical and
useful articles relating to interests of the
farm. We know of no better paper for
the farmer to have as a guide and in
structor in his work. It is only $1.50
per year, and can be had of the Orange
Judd Co., 245 Broad way, New York.
Thirst no more, but visit the Foun
tain of H. A. Burns and be refreshed
at 5 cents a glass. Delicious Syrups of
all kinds and the coldest ice. 20-tf.
A Sharp Trick.
A gentleman living on Broad River
ad a fine patch of watermelons. No
ticing that they were disappearing very
rapidly he got some tartar emetic and
put it in the stem of a fine one. The fol
lowing night the neighborhood Doctor
ad a very urgent call. The patient
did not die, of course, but was awfully
"skeered"; and the proprietor of the
melons hasn't missed any since.
Choice lot of Teas just received at
low prices, at H. A. Buixxs'. tf.
The Barbecue at Jalapa
Given by Messrs. T. R. Wright and
Charley Chapman the 23d, was a very
creditable affair. Between fifty and
sixty people were present. The dinner
was first rate. Capt. W. W. R., of
Mollobon, took the belt, distancing C.
W. B. only a few laps. The latter had
been at a barbecue only two weeks be
fore, which accounts for his being beat
Take Heart, Husbands.
Jack Singleton, colored, of Charles
ton, gave his wife a thrashing, for
which he was brought to trial, and .Jus
tice Chisolm decided that as he had ex
ercised his authority without malice,
dismissed the case, and held that a hus
band had a right to chastise his wife for
her correction. Take heart, troubled
ones, you know what to do now if any
thing is the "mat.ter with Hannah."
Messrs. Pool and Schumpert broke
ground Monday for tbeir Hotel on the
old hotel lot. They will begin righi
fn move the wooden buildin~
A Good Paper to be Made Better.
The Augusta Chronicle and Constilu
tionalist announces that it will put on a
new dress on the 2nd of September, and
from that time will be published as an
eight page paper, an evidence of sue
cess which we are rejoiced to learn.
Its energetic publishers are reaping the
reward of their well directed labors, and
they well deserve it for they have made
their paper highly acceptable to the
Portaline, or Tabler's Vc-tt&:1!c
Liver Powder, is a safe and ifectual
remedy for soie of the greatest ills to
which flesh is heir, and it is not noble
to suffer the pangs of a di.orderod
Liver, and thus be ineapacitat-d for
usefulness, when. by opposing it with
this purely vogetable compound, we
can put to flight Iyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Sick lIo1adacho. Bilioisness,
etc. Price 50 cents. For sale by
V. E. Peiham. cow.
In the Papers.
Mr. W. D. Rengin never likes to see
his name in the papers. iIe told us
this last Wednesday, and that very day
his wagon, loaded with wheat, and his
team of mules broke through Lindsay's
Bridge. or- Bush River, and now he
has got his name in the papers. We
are glad we don't have to write any
obituary either for the driver or the
mules-the only damage was to the
wagon, and that was slight. Something
will have to be done with those No. 8
farmers; they make so much wheat
that it isn't safe for them to haul it over
Rev. James Y. Fair, of Laurens,
preached in the Presbyterian Church
No services were held Sunday in the
Baptist and Methodist Churches, the
pastors -of both being absent.
Bishop Wightman came down from
the Cokesbury District Conference Mon
day, and went out this morning to New
Chapel to dedicate the new Methodist
Church. The Itev. T. G. Herbert, for
mer pastor of the charge, came up Mon
day from Sumter to take part in the
services. A goodly number have gone
out from town to attend the services.
.The Annual Camp Meeting atEbene
zer Church, two miles from town, will
H ENDERSONVILLE, N, C., T HE 2ND OF AUGUST,
I will run an ExcuRsroN TR~AIN from
Alston to Hendersonville, N. C., Satur
day, August 2nd. Leave Strother's at
4.35 A. M.; return at8 P. M. A BnAss
BAND will accompany the Excursion,
and a hall wvill be engaged at Hlender
sonville for those who desire to "trip
the light fantastic toe." This train will
be conducted nY MysELF IN PERsON,
and pleasure and comfort are guaran
teed. Accommodations will be made
for ladies reaching Strother's the night
previous to August 2nd.
The sCENERY ALONG THE ROU-TE of
this Excursion is the grandest in this
Tickets for sale, with dodgers, at Dr.
Pelbam's Drug Store in Newberry.
Fare for the round trip from Stroth
er's, only $1.00. L. M. HOLLAND,
Agt. at Strother's, and Manager of
the Excursion. 30-2t*
Tilman R. Gaines,imimigration agent,
delivered a very long lecture in the
Court House Thursday night to a small
audience. Mr. G. is a South Carolin
ian. formerly a Baptist preacher, who
since 1873 has been making efforts to
induce immigrants to come to the South,
particularly South Carolina. Hie began
his work by sending down white labor
ers, but soon became convinced that
such immigrants were not the kind
needed to build up the State; and then
he turned his efforts towards inducing
those to come who had money and were
able to buy lands. According to his
statement he has been instrumental in
sending two hundred families to South
Carolina, most of whom have settled in
the Piedmont section of the State, along
the Air Line Rail Road.
Mr. G. is an enthusiast on the subject
of immigration. He thinks it the only
means to build up the South, and that
without it we are fast going to ruin.
Immigration of the right kind would no
doubt benefit the State; and he is right
in saying that we do not need an influx
of white laborers, but of moneyed men
who can buy property and work for
Think of It.
What a delightful, happy world this
would be if we would but remember
that we are all sprung from the same
old stock, and consequently are all un
cles, aunts and cousins to each other.
If we would behave ourselves becom
ingly and act as if akin we might be
as happy as the days are long. Un
happily there is not much love, and a
heap of selfishness among the uncles
and aunts and cousins of the present
day, they won't even tell about a good
thing lest some might be benefitted or
made glad, and if it were not for the
newspaper editors whose hearts over
low wvith love to their fellows, many a
good man and woman would go down
to the grave without realizing many of
the great blessings of life. Luckily we
have it in our power to ameliorate this
unhappy condition and do so on all oc
casions, and this time take particular
pleasure in saying that housekeepers
-m wilfnd it to their advantag-e tG make
The R. R. Change.
The announcement first made in the
Augusta papers and on which we based
our statement last week, that Col. Dod
anead was to be succeeded by F. K.
lnger, was a mistake. Mr. lnger be
comes General Transportation Agent of
the road; and we understand that R. H.
Temple, of Richmond, a brother-in-law
of Gen. Conner, will be Superintendent.
The new Superintendent passed up the
road Saturday on a "crank" ispe(ting
the road and the work shops.
It is believed and hoped that all the
suffering sections in this County and in
the State have at last been lessed by
the good seasons of rain which comI
meneed on Thursday last, and which
havv continued ever ' day up to the
present, Monday. On Sunday after
noon the heaviest rain fell in this imme
diate vicinity. The rejoicing is general
the thirsty, parched earth and perishing
crops have been refreshed, and the pros
pect lately so gloomy is changed into
one of hopefulness and gladness.
The rain has come most opportunely
for gardens as there is yet time for the
planting and maturing of early corn,
beans, &c. We advise now the early
sowing of turnips, especially ruta bagas,
and the planting of Irish potatoes. Our
experience in the latter is that the fall
potato is better than the spring, and
that the crop can be raised successfully
with good seasons.
The rains for the past few days in the
neighborhood of Mr. G. F. Long's have
been very heavy.
In the neighborhood of Col. R. C.
Gist the rains have been light; Mr.
Jno. C. Lane reports the same in his
section; and the same report comes
from Silver Street.
Prosperity and Pomaria have had an
Those who followed us in our account
of the journey to, and the two weeks
sojourn at Glenns' Spring, are informed
that we are 'hoxme again,' somewhat
improved, and once more for a brief
time in harness. The last night at
Glenns was a trying experience, and
we have indeed cause to rejoice that
we live not to tell the tale, but simply
to say that falling into the hands of the
Philistines we miraculously escaped.
We advise our male friends who go to
Glenns hereafter in an unprotectedl con
dition, or without the sheltering wings
of wives, sweethearts, cousins or even
aunts, to sleep with one eye open, else
the mischievous ladies will lead you
through devious ways. Beware of the
ladies, and especially do not counten
ance anything like a testimonial, for it
will pr*ove but sounding brass-ours
was of tin-and a tinkling cymbal.
Without further particulars, we say be
ware, smiles and wiles to the contrary
We left on Tuesday morning last ere
the god of clay had climbed the eastern
hills, and before any of the guests who
love the morning nap wvere stirring.
It was delicious, that early morning
ride, braced by a cup of exhilerating
cogee, and in company with the genmal
Senator Col. Witherspoon and editor
Capt. L. M. Grist, both of Yorkville.
These gentlemen arrived the Sunday
previous from Cleveland Springs. and
after a two days' trial they acknowledg
ed that the Glenn's water could not be
surpassed. Our brief acquaintance
with them was pleasant in the extreme
and the parting at Spartanburg made
with regret. A twelve mile ride in the
fresh morning air sharpened the appe?
tite for a capital breakfast at Chase's
Central Hotel, during which we learned
from Mrs. C. that her liege lord was at
Hendersonville, N. C., wvhere lie had
opened a mountain house for the recep
tion of guests, and that he was already
full. Thus it wvill be seen that he has
two strings to his bow-one of which
his good lady keeps well in hand.
Spartanburg resoundls with the sound of
hammer and trowel, and her big Ipotel
-the biggest thing in the up-couni-y
is growing rapidly, but whether it will
pay remains to be seen.
At two o'clock we took the Air Line
for Greenville-the thirty miles being
made in little over an hour. This city
is in her best bib and tucker in the sum
mer season-her broad streets being
filled with equipages of every style and
capacity, while the sidewalks present a
most animated appearance with hand
some 'women and good feeling men.
Here, too, building is the order of the
day-new edifices going up on every
hand-hard times seem to have left
but a slight impress there.
It was our pleasure to meet with Dr.
W. K. Griffin, who looks as if time had
dealt kindly with him.-he will visit
Newberry soon. We also met with
Co. Ike Hunt, whose personal appear
ance-always pleasant to behold-is
greatly increased by a large avoirdu
pois. With these gentlemen, and Mr.
A. B. Morrison, formerly of this place,
the afternoon hours sped rapidly in .en
tertaining chat. WVednesday morning
the Tally-ho street car took us to the
Greenville Depot just in time for Capt.
Isaacs' "all aboard," and after a six
hours ride, uneventful and uninterest
ing, through a country burnt up by
drouht, we arrived at home, where we
will remain till after the camp meeting,
and then be off-under medical advice
-for other parts.
Sufferers with that terrible disease,
Piles, or Hlemorrhoids, who have
long desired relief, can obtain it. speed
ily by using Tablet's Buckeye Pile
Ointment. * Vast forests of the E~scu
lus Hlippocastanumn, or Hlorse Chest
nu- h om o,n luckeye annually
Mrs. Susan E. Glymph, of Jalapa.
sent us, on Thursday last. several
clusters of apples on the stem, to- I
gether with some fine blue plums on
the stem, and a bag of nice appl1
beside to eat, so that the former could
be kept, looked at and admired. The
clusters were very pretty and remark
ably full. We vere told by Mr. G.
that while his neighbors have no ap
ples he hat a good supply. Mrs.
Glymph will :ccept our heartiest thanks
for the kind remembrance.
- - t
Jno. S. Fair. Esq., and family are on
a visit to relatives at Cokesbury.
Dr. Ferguson returned Saturday,
much improved by his trip to the sea
Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Cald well have re
turned from a visit to Col. Frank Con
ner at Rock Hill.
Mr. Thomas J. Duckett. Principal of
the Male School at Ninety-Six, has been c
in the town and County for several I
Mr. Newton Pitts, who has been at
Glenn's for three weeks, will be home
in a few da iys. His health is much im- c
Mr. Jno. Scott leaves to-day for Chi- t
cago. We are sorry to learn that lie e
does not expect to return; but hope he C
may change his mind on that point.
Mr. L. K. Vance left Newberry i
Thursday for a trip to Glenn's and the I
mountains. K%aid is very thin, and we s
hope the water and the mountain air I
will bring him out.
Prof. Wm. S. Morrison, of the Wel
ford High School, Spartanburg County,
paid us a call Thursday. He is acting
during his vacation as agent for the t
school books adopted by the State Board
The following Newberrians left last t
week-some in search of cooler climes, t
others to visit relatives: Dr. James Mc
Intosh and son went to Baltimore, Mrs.
Sophia M. Redus to Maine, Rev. Luther
Broaddus and family to Sparta, Va.,
Mrs. J. B. Carwile and Miss Birdsall to
Fayetteville, N. C.
Chief among the distinguished brc- r
therhood known as commercial travel
lers who gave us proof of their presence
this week, we mention with pleasure
Mr. C. H. Johnson, representing the
Notions House of J. 5. Fairley & Co.,
Charleston, Mr. G. H. Mooney, from
Harig,. Koop & Co., Louisville, Ky.,I
dealers in Furniture, and T. C. Boozer,
from Edmunds T. Bron a & Co., Hat
Various and all About. t
Friends think we look improved. i
Glenn Springs water has credit for it. (
Our advice to those needing recupe
ration is-go to Glenn's.'t
Now is the time to sow your ruta
Walter Benson, colored, died in town
No danger of a famine if we continue
to have good'rains.
Pay your debts promptly, especially
what you owe to the printer.
Cotton is shedding its shapes quite
rapidly since the rains set in.
The corn in "Uncle Julius Smith's"
bottoms is in splendid condition.
Mr. W. T. Wright found an old coint
in his yard a few days ago over 500
Mr. Henry M. Hunter, of Laurens
County, sold seven bales of cotton in
One hundred women doctors gradu
ated at the last term of the University<
of Zurieb. Switzerland.t
."Jack, your wife is not so pensive as
she used to be?" "No, she has left that
off and turned expensive."
"Cheap transportation," will be the
cry of the Newberrians in a few days,
while the camp meeting lasts.
Barbecues are the order of the day.
We don't like barbecued things, hut like
to see other people enjoy them.
If you see a good big manure heal)
on the farm you may be certain there
is a good farmer on the place.
Attend carefully to all the details of,
your business if you would be success-t
ful-and advertise judiciously.
Mr. J. K Schum pert has a fine chufat
patch of five or six acres that doesn't
seem to have felt the drought.
Despise not the counsel of your,
friends-if they tell you thait the New
berry IHERALD is a good paper, believe
For uniformity sake Cash's two new
buildings and Langford's should have J
had fronts similar in style. There is a
fitness in all things.
Burr Raines, tailor, has vacated the
old house on the Julius Smith lot, and
it will be torn down andl rebuilt into
stables by Major Suber.
The slope from Main Street down to I
Crotwell's new building has been churn-c
ed into a bed of dust by the wagons I
which haul the brick.
Mr. Andrew Cromer, of the Broad
River section, says he has the finest
cropsuffter hhd fort a hehs
Mr. Jakereedr ialld. akMn
aMis. Jac easr ked al fowk feon
daytmonin the tips od t towngwit
a pistol. It measured nearly four feet
samaan ma eine or ite winom
Mr. E. W. Thonason has henn the
rection of a dwelling honse on Har
ington Stroet. just beyond Mr. 1). M.
Vard's. Mr. Jack Summers has the
The late drought has given farmers
hod for reflection, in that ground which
vas properly prepared before planting
mnd well worked afterwards stood the
Iry test remarkably, and vier versa.
Bets 1re beinz made that Iho votion
rop of this year will be as large as the
ast. Based on the fact that the plant,
honlh small, is well fruited, and that
lire has been verv little sheilding.
The corn crop will be miserably short
-no bets are made on that.
The thirsty in the neighborhood of
J.Ij. Chris. Suber's new dwelling will
ie refreshed to know that "he worthy
>roprietor has reached delight fOlly cool
vater at a depth of forty-one feet.
Mr. Crotwell works harder than any
f the hands employed on his building.
lis untiring energy attracts universal
ttention. He informs us that he is on
y working for his victuals and clothes.
The various new buildings in course
f erection are rapidly assuming goodly
>roportions, and by the time the fall
rade begins will be ready for large and
legant stocks of goods. The signs are
If you want to subscribe to the HEl
.., or renew an old subscription, and
ave no cash, bring the amount neces
ary in provisions. Anything that can
e used with profit will do, but don't
sk for credit.
Since the gardens have been burned
p by the drought it takes a man a large
ortion of his time skirmishing around
o find something to eat. Our chief re
iance for the fall is cabbages, and Col.
;ellers' favorite diet-the turnip. Then,
here are a good many chickens; but
he camp meeting is coming on.
Work will be commenced on the ho
el square in a very short tine, by the
emoval of the buildings now on it to
he rear of the Mower Block. They
vill be faced on Adams Str~eet. Then
vill follow the foundation for Newber
's fine hotel.
While writing a few dots for this col
imn, Thursday afternoon, the heavens
vere rapidly hung in black, and soon a
ong looked for and delightful shower
egan to fall. Later on we shall report
rogress. Every heart is AIled with
~ratitude and joy.
Thursday the thermometer made an
ffort to rise to the figures it attained
n the hot Saturday and' Sunday, but
he thmider shower in the afternoon
uade it step) down several degrees. It
a hoped now there will be no more ex
essively hot wcather.
There will be an extensive getting
p when the new hotel is started-Mrs.
ophia Redus, Mr. Burns, Dr. Bruce,
tatley, the barber, and Mr. Thos. Q.
loozer have to seek new quarters. The
irst named, we learn, will occupy a
>art of Capt. A. C. Jones' store.
He sat beside her in the lane,
And there he told his love.
He told her that she simply was.
A tender little dove.
And while he looked into her eyes,
And watchied her smile and pout,
She ma.nred in angeile tones:
"You horrid thing. get out!"
There was a large crowd on the up
rain Monday-two extra coaches were
all. The occasion was an excursion
-om Charleston to Greenville. The
~xcursinon continues to-day (Tuesday)
nd Wednesday. The exeursionists
ave to the 12th of August to return.
"As far as we can judge from close
>bservation and a painful experience,
he difference between the hen that
laws up your newvly-plan'ted garden
nd a delinquent subscriber is, one
:omes up to the scratch and the
>ther doesn't. There may be nothing
anny about this, but it is the unadul
"The soldier's age is cour-age; the
nerchant's age is till-age; the gamn
>lr's age is cribb-age; the doctor's age
s pillge; the law~yer's age is dam
ige; the preacher's age is verhi-age;
he driver's age is cabb-age; the far
ner's age is herb-age; the traveler's
ige is lugg-age; the lover's age is cott
ge; the drunkard's age is rummr-age;
he cook's age must be pott-age; the
rish age is bagg-age; the French age
hen is carri-age; the German age is
aus-age; but the best and worst is
The HIERALD'S age is $2 in advance,
The boy stood on the backyard
ence, whence all but him had fled, the
Lmes that lit his father's barn shone
ust above the shed. One bunch of
rackers in his hand, two others in his
at, with piteous accents loud he cried,
I never.thought of that !" A buich of
rackers to the tail of one small dog
e'd tied; the dog in anguish sought
he barn and 'mid its ruins died. The
parks flew wide and red atnd hot, they
it upon that brat; they fired the crack
s in his hand and eke those in is
tt. TIhen' came a burst of rattling
ound-the boy! WVhere was be gone?
sk of the winds tha:t far around
treweci bits of meat and bone, and
craps of clothes and balls and tops and
ails and hooks and yarn, the relics of
he IreadIful boy that burned his father's
NEwBEnsRRY, S. C-, July 2d, 1579
T~t A d1w'rt,.~I lett,~rs for week cnding
Ni-:w:nin uy, S. C., July 29, 1879.
O rdina ry.. .... .................. a I
Goodl Or lry .. .n ... .. ..... 09.1(
.\idd g . . .. i1t-1
Good L.1il.11 a
Good dcmdT)(I at qnotaions.
Newberry Price: Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CC
Shoulders. l'rime New .......
Seuluber.. Sugar Cured..... t
cie . Lt1., N.:w . ...........
D1.Y sA L T1-) 31EATS
hould r ..............
Sides. C. It.. New...........
Sides. Long Clear...........
Uncanva *d Ilams..........l1
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12
Leaf, in Tierces......... 10
Lea, in Buckets............. 11
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C..... ... ........ .... 16
Yellow ....................... 1o
New Orleans.............. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans .\olasses. 41
Cuba 31olases......... 0
Sugar Ileuse 31olasses. 27
G un powder.............. ...1 5')
Young Ilyson........ ....1.5)
Roasted or Parcied......3
Best Rio ......... 25
G (Id iti0........... ..... 29a
Cidrr Vinegar......... 50
White Wie Vinegar.. PT
SOA P............................... 6a 1
SfAltf 1........... ............ 1I. 1P
STAR CAND!ES................... I5
FLOUR, per bbI.................... 8.00a 8.0:
PEARL HOMINY......... ..... .. f
CAN DY ..... ........................ 15
HORSFORD'S BAKING 1'0WDER 25
SEA FOAM "AKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE...................... 10
TOBACCO............... 60a 1.2
NAILS(10)keg.... ................ 3.50
ARROW TIES. per bunch.. ....... 2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 2)
RED OATS-per L ............40a
Dry Goods and Xotoun
[VIyVin ii S 8aso8 I
IN PRICES I
NOW IN STORE
A MAGNIFICENT STO(Ci
DRY GOO8 AND NOhiN2
VARIETY, EXCELLENCE AND CHEAPNESS
CANNOT BE EXCELLED
AS THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES I
C. F. JACKSON
Reiterates his .nnouncemnft to the peop1
of New berry and aull other people, that he
HAS THE GOODS
AND THEY ARE TO BE SOL[
A SPECIAL NOVELTY is the 5 CEN
COUNTER, nothing to colnpage with it
Satis faction given or money returned.
C. F: JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 9, 2S-..
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active, energetic canvas:
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Good me~n will ind this a rare chance
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stating what business they have been ei
gaged in. None but those who mean bus
ness need appIly. A ddress
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R E M.ARKA R 1,1 E 0F SCR0FTL.1,&c
CASE OF COL. J. C. BIAI&TOS.
KINL.T(;. . ..-e pt ember 15. 1l.
(GENTS: Forumi.Oo it vc-rs I hive been a
great 2u&rir from --rofula in its most dis
res-irg formrs. I have been conflind to lly
room) and b.-d :or if!teen vears with scrofu
loi.s niecrationsz. Tho no(et ipprovoll re
ifes for sne e:t-s h:il becen used, and4 the
miost mena-it phy.iians consulted, .-it h
out anv docitled n1e;t. Thus proAtrateil,
I distressed2, esun2g. 1 was alvised by
lir. .\yir ':- Ilyd Coun:'ty. (a.. to com-I
llont-t Ih e u.se of your Con mond Extraet of
-iilin'zia. L:uigua;tg is:t ins ttCI t to Ile
-;erih the reliet I obtained from the use of
the Stilintgia as it is to convey an aioquate
idea of the inte.-Ity of my s:itilring before
using your miedicine; sulficient to say, I
abani.onelQl : oler remedies and conl.n
ted the 1.4e of your Extract of Stillingia,
iuntil I can s-.iv truly, 1 amn eured or all
pain," of all fizease, with nothing to ob
struct the active pursnit of my profession.
More than eight months have clapsed sineC
this remarkable cure, without any return of
For the truth (, the above statement, I re
fer to any gentlenan in Bartow County,
Gzi. and to the merbers of the bar of Cher
okee Circuit, who are acquainted with me.
I shall ever remain, with the deepest grati
tude, Your obedient iervant,
J. C. BRANSON, Att'y at Law.
WEST POINT. GA.. Sept. 16. 1870.
GENTS: My daughter was taken on the 25th
-day of June. 1863, with what was supposed
to be Acute RIeumatis.m, and was treated
for the same with no success. In March,
following. pieces of bone began to work out
of the right arm, and continued to appear
till all the bone from the elbow to the shoul -
der joint came out. Many pieces of bone
came out of the.right foot and leg. The case
was then pronounced one of White swellt
ing. After having been conAned about six
years to her bed, and the case considered
hopeless, I was inducod to try Dr.. Pember
ton's Compound Extract of Stillingia, and
was so well sat istled with its effects thatl
have continkied t.he use of it until the pres
Mly daughter was-contincd to her bed
about six years before she sat up or even
turned over without help. She now sits up
all day, and sews n6st of her time-has
walked across the room. Her general health
is now good, and I believe she will, as her
limbs gain strength , walk well Inatribute
her recovery. w_.I the blessing of God, to
rthe use of your invaluable medicine.
With grat itude, i am, yours truly,
.W. B. BLANTON.
WEST POINT, G.A., Sep)t. 16,~1870.
GENTS: The 'above certificate ot Mr. W. 11.
Blant.on we know and ceruifv to as being
true. The thing is so ; hund reds of the most
irespected citizens will certify to it. As
mfuchi reterence can be given as may be re
q1uired. Yours truly,
CRAWFORD & WALKiER, Druggistg.
Ae DR. PEMBERTON'S STILLINGIA is
prepared by A. F. MERREL L & CO., Phila
Sold by all Druggists in $1.00 bottles, or
sent by express. Agents wanted to canvass
Send for B3ook-"Curious Story"-free to
all. Medicines sent to poor people, payable
in installments. Jun. 4, 49-1y.
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portunity to get a nice outfit
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