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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6, 1879.
INDEX TO NEw ADvERTISEMENTS.
J. L. Ratley-Remova.
Wanted-Apply at this Office.
T. Q. Boozer-Change of Base,
Kingsland & Heath-More Light.
Dundas, Dick & Co-Thermaline.
A. C. Jones-Boots, Shoes and Hats.
A. S. Townes-Greenville Female Colle,,e.
Wright & J. W. Coppock-The Season Ad
T. F. Greneker-Staple and Fancy Sta
SPECL4 L NOTICE.-Rusiness no
tices in this local colinn arc inqertcd at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inscr
Obituaries, notiecs of meetings, com
munications relating to pcrsonal inter
ests, tri.Ptes of rexpect, &c. are chargel
as regular adr-ertisements at $1 per
Notices of aIministration, and other
legal notices. ob>ituries, tributes of re
spect and notices of 21wetings, as well as
coj,muications of a personal character
nmust be paid for in advane
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00for twelve months. $1.00 for six
months, 50 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
E' Ali communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
top Treanives................ 1 30 P M
DOWn TiaiD arrives ........ 12 42 P M
Laurens Train arrives. .........11 00 A M
4(c "1 leaves......... 1 40 P M
Up mail closes at........ 1 00 PM
Down mail closes at......... 12 15 P M
Larwns mail closes at... ....100 PM
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C,, June. 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
We regret to learn the death of Mr.
George Yarborough, of dropsy. which
occurred on Friday last at his residence,
Little Saluda, Edgefield County. He
was of middle age, a farmer and of es
timable character. He had no family.
Go toHpA. Burns for a good as,sort
mnent~ of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. _ ___ 9-1y
Is called to the advertisemient of a
situationi wanted by a young man. Ap
ply at this office for information and
THOMPsON, Dentist, oposite Herald office
Mr. L. M. Speers is preparing the
granite blocks to be used in the new
hotel. The granite is obtained from a
quarry, near the Poor House, and is as
fine as can be found any where.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-ly
Of our space is given this week to
the interesting proceedings of pomona
Grange and the communication on the
Common School System, that our edito
rial yariety is necessarily shot.
. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Call at the HERAL.D Book Store and
get a copy of song and music, entitled
"Only Be True," without money and
without price. Everybody is invited to
call and get a copy, free, gratis, for no
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
Of Erskine College, Due West, for
1878-79 received. This time-honored
institution, we are glad to know, is in a
flourishing condition, with a goodly
number of students and a full and able
With and without mortgage attach
ment, and Landowner's Liens.
For sale at
3-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
Mr. J. Mills. Secretary and Treas
urer of the Chester Agricultural, Hor
ticultural and Mechanical Society has
our thanks for a copy of the Premium
List of the first Annual Fair to be
holden in October, and commencing
Choice lot of Teas just received at
low prices, at H. A. BUNs'. tf
Mr. C. W. Bishop is the best water
melon raiser in the County. He has
brought in several wagon loads this
season, and has found a ready sale for.
them at from 50 to 75 cents each. He
pulled one a few days ago that weighed
All persons indebted to the HE~RAT.D
Book Store by memnorandumi accounts,
are requested to call and settle at once.
No goods hereafter -vill be delivered
until paid for. 1G-tf
Can a Blind Man See ?
A gentleman of this County, who is
perfectly blind, was walking along the
streets alone a few days ago. Meeting
an acquaintance he stopped and chat
tedawhnle; tnrning his eyes toward
Change of Base.
Mr. Thos. Q. Boozer respectfully in
forms his friends an'd patrons that he
has temporarily removed his saloon into
Mr. Frank Parker's store, where he
will be happy to serve them after the
most approved style. The best of liquors
and segars only are kept. 32-tf.
Sunday School Superintendents
In this County are urged to bear in
mind the call to furnish statistics of
their Schools to Mr. Peoples, for the use
of delegates appointed to the State Con
vention on the 20th. See proceedings
J. L. Ratley-Rernoval.
I respectfully inform my customers
that I have removed my Shaving and
Hair Cutting Saloon to the new frame
huilding in rear of C. & G. S. Mower,
on Adams street, where I will be
pleased to see and serve them.
Every lady member and friend of the
Lutheran congregation is invited, and
most earnestly requested to meet at the
church on Wednesday afterncon, at
4 1-2 o'clock promptly. Matters of
importance will he presented for their
consideration, and it is inter.ded that a
society shall be organized.
Ice will be kept for sale during the
season, and can he had at all times at
te Confectionery Store of 11. A. Burns.
Coing to Chappell's.
We learn that the next move of our
intelligent friend and sweet singer,
Cousin Mattic Boyd, will be to Chap
pell's Depot, where a class will he form
ed for her. Her movements create an
interest all over the County, and her
presence is always productive of pleas
The tearing down of the buildings
on the hotel lot has rendered it neces
sary for the occupants to seek new
quarters. Mrs. Redus is occupying a
portion of A. C. Jones' store. Thos.
Q. Boozer has moved into F. N. Par
ker's, and James Ratley, barber, is in
rear of Mrs. Mower's dry goods store.
The last issue of the Columbia Bea
con announces that the next issue will
be made in Charleston, and that it will
appear as an evening paper. Mr. Selby,
its publisher, has a long experience in
the conduct of newspapers, and if he
has a fair showing he will make the
Emeing Beacon very acceptable to its
readers. We wish him a large success.
Messrs. Wright & J., W. Coppock
mean basiness in the notice made this
week. Give them a trial. Mr. A. C.
Jones, in his new store round the cor
ner, invites attention in concise sen
tences to the fast that he has boots,
shoes and hats, which he will sell on
short profits. The proprietor of the
H.ALD Book Store is also to the n-ont,
and respectfully asks consideration. All
this looks like business.
Carolina Military institute.
We acknowledge receipt of a copy
of the official Register of the Carolina
Military Institute, with circular for
1879-80, with compliments of the Su
perintendent, Col. J. P. Thomas. It
shows a total roll of 72, of which 3$
are from this State, 30 from North
Carolina and 4 from Georgia. This is
one of the best institutions for our
young men in the Southern country,
and we hope to see it more largely
Every belle knowing the secret of
her success in society, is aware that
the face and form of venus would be
unattractive with an ungraceful car
riage. Hence, if she be afflicted with
Corns or Bunions, she readily avails
herself of the relief afforded by Cous.
sens' Lightning Liniment, which also
cures Rheumatism, Lame Back, ieu-:
ralgia, etc. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
R. R. Bridge Burned.
The bridge over Little River, on the
G. & C. R. R., was burned down Wed
nesday night, the 30th ult. It is not
known whether it was set on fire by an
incendiary or caught from sparks from
a freight train which passed over it that
night. Superintendent Temple set im
mediately to work to replace it, work
ing day and night, and overlooking the
job himself. The new bridge is about
finished, and the trains are passing
When Edison talked about running
electric wires through the gas pipes of
New York, he was asked how he would
get the wires inside. His answer was
that "he would make a mechanical bug
that would crawl through the pipe and
(raw the wire after it." This great in
ventr is not the only one who is throw
ing light into the world. We could
name scores of others, but shall only
allude to two, who though they have
not made any bugs to attract the atten
tin of the scientific world, yet whos-.
names are familiar in every household
in the County of Newberry. Messrs.
Kingsland & Heath, the well known
and popular dealers in Columbia, are
the men. Their plan of giving light
is by advertising in the H,ERALD until
every man and woman's mind is il
luminated with the knowledge that
they have the largest and best as
sortment of China, Glass, Crockery,
Creenville Female College.
By reference to -card in this issue it
will be seen that the twenty-fifth session
of this deservedly popular and flourish
ing institution will begin on the 10th
of September. This college iq pleas
antly and healthfully located, its
rates of board and tuition moderate,
and has a corps of experienced and
tried teachers. We take pleasure in
commending this college to the atten
tion of parents.
A protracted meeting will begin at
Bush River Friday.
Rev. J. W. Kell will hold protracted
meetings at the churches on his circuit,
beginping as follows: At New Hope
Saturday before the second Sunday; at
Zion Saturday before the third Sunday;
at Trinity Saturday before the fourth
Sunday; at Lebanon Saturday before
the fitih Sunday; at New Chapel Satur
day before the second Sunday in Sep
Glenn Springs waler on draught, at
H1. A. Buims'. tf.
Columbia used to have its "Hole in
the Wall" in the days of the old Conga
ree Hotel, but Newberry has an under
ground retreat, and Mr. Baird says lie
don't care the snap of a finger for any
of the gratuitous small talk about the
diminutive proportions of his Tupper
lot building. He does not make much
show above but his underground retreat
is something to boast of. Should any
of his work prove too weak to stand or
fall on his hands it will not he turned
out to the tender mercies of police or
jeering world, but will be placed ten
derly in the cellar till the calamitous
season be passed and the jim jams are
He Found a Bonanza.
He burst upon us a few mornings
since like a big rainbow, his counte
nance wreathed in smiles. Said he:
I feel so good this morning, slept like a
top last night, and what do you sup
pose was the cause? Why an accidental
dose of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
kept for the baby. I had been taking a
prescription from the doctor which
somehow did not go to the place, and
by some providential chance the bottles
were changed and instead of the right
medicine I took the a rong, which after
all proved right, for it wvent plumb to
the very root of the trouble and in a
short time I felt better than I had in
a week, and I am willing to bet my
bottom dollar on soothing syrup as the
best remedy out of jail for a man after
the doctors have failed to do him good.
New Chapel Dedication.
The inclement weather on Tuesday
last unfortunately prevented many from
attending the dedicatory serv'ces of the
new church edifice at New Chapel.
Hundreds would have gone but for the
rain, which commencing early in the
morning, fell until about eleven o'clock,
and at the hour appointed the church
was only about half filled. This, how
ever, did not make the ser ices any the
less interesting, and which were highly
enjoyed by those present. Bishop
Wightman, who conducted the services,
we learn, preached an impressive and
eloquent sermon. The clerg y present
were Revs. T. G. Herbert and J. W.
Kelly. late and present pastors, Revs.
J. B. Campbell, R. P. Franks, M. M.
Boyd and others. We congratolate the
people of Newv Chapel in their ability
to build a new edifice and the generous
liberality of heart which prompted them
to the good work. That section is one
of the best in the County, and is never
behind in raything promotive of the
Our Taxes in 1853 and in 1879.
The following article is taken 2:om
the Newberry Sentinel of May, 1853:
"STATSICS OF NEWR.ERRY.-JohnU
T. Peterson, Esq., Tax Collector of
Newberry District, has obligingly fur
nished us with the statement below,
gleaned from his tax returns, of the two
principal sources from which are de
rived the annual contributions of the
D)istrict to the State Treasury, and for
municipal purposes, and the amount of
taxes paid by its citizens:
Number of Slaves in the Dis
trict, - - - - 12,573
Number of Free Negroes. - 86
Acres of Land, - - - 368,018
Amount of General or State
Tax, - - - - $9,282 G3
Amount of Poor Tax, - 1,856 52
Amount of Public Building
Tax, - .. - - 1,547 10
Amount of Bridge Tas, - 2,350 65
Sum Total of Taxes, $15,006 90
There is probably no District in the
State, when extent of territory and pop
ulation, and the fact that there is no
large town within her borders, are con
sidered, that can present a more satis
factory indication of the wealth and
p)rosperity of its citizens than the above
exhibit gives of the wealth and pros
perity of New beircy."
Comparing this "exhibit" with that
of 1879, we have:
Slaves and Free Negroes,
Out of the Count.
Acres of Land, - - - 374,832
State Tax, - - $10,874 45
County Tax. - - 11,863 04
Total Tax, - - $22,737 49
These figures show an increase of
acreage of 0,814; which can only be
*~jw thn o-rAllnd that that
The Liberty Hall Picnic
Will come off Thursday, the 14th inst.
All are invited, and the ladies are re
(uested to bring baskets.
The Enorec Rifles, and perhaps other
military companies, will be on hand in
uniform, and the Palmetto Rifles will
We are pleased to learn from Mr.
Vance that the company at the above
named watering place is largely on the
increase. tourists tired of the moun
tairs, and dwellers on the sea coast.
swelling the number into gladly pro
portions. Newberry continues to send
representatives. There is no better
water to be found than Glenn's, and
we advi-e all persons in need of it to
go and give it a trial. Ten days will
The Camp Meeting
At Ebenezer closed Tuesday morn
ing. The sorvices began under difli
culties; the tenters had to move in
and make their preparations in the
rain. There was, however, no diminu
tion in the number of tenters, and the
attendance was almost as large as usual .
Everybody was made to feel at home,
and those who had tents did all they
could to feed and accommodate visitors.
The following ministers were present:
C. H1. Pritchard, J. W. Kelly, J. B.
Campbell, J. A. Porter, W. A. Clarke,
R. P. Franks, M. M. Boyd, W. P.
Meadors, J. T. Pate, M. L. Banks, J.
The tenters were T. F. Harmon, W.
W. Waldrop, A. J. Kilgore, Jacob
Sligh, Mrs. Elizabeth Swindler, Rev.
M. M. Boyd, Thos. V. Wicker, Belton
Lever, James Dobbins, J. R. Boulware,
J-ob Gibson, Thos. II. Adams and
Thos. M. Lake. There were, besides,
several cloth tents and covered wagons
in which parties at . distance spent
The order was excellent, and the
meeting was altogether a very pleasant
Go to 1H. A. Burns for your Confec
tioneries, Canned Goods, Tea, Spice,
Pepper, Laundry Soap. Starch, Blueing,
Soda. Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, and also
a good assortment of Toys. 9-1Y
The excursion party consisting of
about forty-five of our boys, including
the Cornet Band, which ]e:t here on
Friday atcernoon by the dirt road for
Ashford's Ferry, on the other side of
which was to be taken the train for
Henderson, came t'o grief a few miles
from town on the reception of a red-hot
dispatch from Manager Holland an
nouncing a postponement until Thurs
day following. The reception of
this unwelcome news brought forth
howls of indignation. The boys were
looking forward with lively anticipa
tions for a big time, in which the moun
tains, mountain nymphs-including
some of the Piedmont girls-mountain
dew. etc., were to be equally mixed.
The postponement was made on account
of the weather and the fact that the
ferry could not be crossed by reason of
A special train on the G. & C. road
has bee' chartered to convey the
excursionists to Alston to avoid the
Ferry crossing. It will leave on
Thursday at 2 o'clock A. M., and
reach Alston at 4, in time to take the
regular train. We learn that a large
number will go, and we wish them a
pleasant trip and safe return.
Geo. S. Mower, Esq., leaves to-mor
row for Asheville, N. C.
Gen. W. H. Hunt and his son Hlamp
ton left Thursday for Virginia.
Miss Henrietta Langford is on a visit
to her friends in Westminster, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kill ian leave to
day (Tuesday) for a trip to Hickory,
Mr. E. W. Thomason left this morn
ing for Raleigh, N. C., on a visit to his
Miss Mattie Wicker, of Georgia, is
on a visit to her uncle, Thos. V. Wicker,
of this County.
Messrs. L. K. Vance and N. Pitts
reached here Friday night from Glenn
Springs, both benefitted.
Mr. D. T. Maff'ett, of Montezuma,
Ga., a brother of Col. T. J. Maffett, is
on a visit to relatives in Newberry.
Mr. J. F. Hobbs, who graduated at
the recent Commencement of New
berry College, is studying law in the
office of Messrs. Pope & Fair.
Mr. T. E. Epting returned last week,
after a pleasant visit to Montezulma,
Ga. His friends will find him at C. &
G. S. Mower's readyj to serve them.
Mr. M. Foot left on Thursday morn
ing for Glenn Springs. This is his
secondl visit to that famous watering
place. On his return he will be ac
companied by the Madame and little
Capt. Muns. Buford was in town
Thursday and Friday, looking immense
ly good.- As an inducement for us to
attend the Liberty Hall picnic he pro
mises to furnish a cushioned chair and
the choicest of mutton rib.
Mr. Walter W. Hodges, whose fa
miliar face is much missed, came in on
a flying visit last Thursday. We regret
that hard work on the farm has pulled
him down in the flesh. Our advice is
that he take the HERALr and rest.
Our genial young friend Mr. S. J.
Wooenshedn the light of his face on
Various and all About.
No lack of rain now.
Some already cry "hold, enough."
Cotton is growing splendidly, and
Even tlead corn promises nubbins.
Yea, verily, the prospect is greatly
The long faces of farmers and busi
ness men are pereeptiblv broadening.
Our citizens have been infosed with
new life and no longer wait for "some
thing to turn up."
This reminds us that the turnip sea
son is at hand, and again we advise a
The crops about Little Saluda, in
Edgefiehl CounLy, are said to be very
Since cotton blooms have ceased to be
laid the on editorial table it is quite
empty. No melons yet reported.
Webster's blue back spellers at the
HIERALD Book Store-new sapply just
It has been discovered that tall men
live longer than short ones, and the rea
son is obvious.
A farmer told us the other day that
he never saw cotton looking better-he
predicts a large crop.
Mower's new buildings have not been
commenced for the reason that the con
tractor is waiting for brick.
The traffic in eggs in this country is
estimated to aggregate $180,000,000 an
nually. Hens our prosperity.
"Take away woman," asks a writer,
"and what would follow?" We would;
give us something hard next time.
A forty pound melon was cut on
Wednesday; last it was a splendid spe
cimen, and raised by Mr. Clint. Bishop.
It is our opinion that there will be a
splendid business this Fall and money
easy, a consummatiou devoitly hoped
Mr. Vanderbilt's income is $1,000 an
hour-which, says a Western editor, is
more than some of rs make in a whole
The work of demolition goes on, the
old siop kept by Burrell Raines having
yielded to the pressure caused by the
march of improvement.
If one half of those who borrow the
Newberr~y H ERA LD would subscribe and
pay for their reading we would feel
that our labor is not in vain.
Nearly all our exchanges report the
cotton crop in splendid condition, and
from all accounts, if no damage hap
pens, the yield will be very large.
A large number of our subscribers
complain that they are not allowed a
egnforta Ale oppor.aonity to read the
HERALD, borrowers claiming it first.
Two small wagons came in Thursday
laden with peaches, and the number of
purchasers who swat med around the
precious fruit gave evidence of great
A change came over the spirit of
McWhirter's dream ind a big cleaning
up resulted. Our reporter being re
quested to examine the premises advises
Can any one tell as why flies were made,
Or what their us'es may be ?
Or why the ghosts of them cannot be laid ?
If you make on one an onslaught and raid
Nine hundred and ninety you'll see.
No elderly female should be without
a good sew'ing machine, now that a fel
ler accompanies each one. Mr. D. B.
Wheeler is agent for a good machine,
and will fa.rnish a feller also.
Columbia is no longer proud of its
lake in the Capitol grounds-the water
is green, and the canal giving much
dissatisfaction-but is blessed in hand
some saloonists. Right here we ask,
why is it that saloon keepers as a class
are generally good looking ?
"Do the dying suffer pain ?" is a
question that is being consider ably dis
cussed by scientific men. We don't
know about the dying, but we know
that the living suffer payin', particularly
if it is payin' a subscription to a news
The Abbeville Medium says "a man
proposed to pay his subscription last
week if we would change a hundred
dollar bill which he took out of his vest
pockt, and we couldn't do it." Money
must be scarce in Abbeville. We cor
dially invite that man down to Newber
ry to give us a chance to make change
About this time of year ci'ty people
are getting terribly anxious about the
welfare of the country cousin. This
anxiety and solicitude n ill g:ow a's the
season advances, and, when they can
bear it no longer, they will pack up
four children and two trunks and go
and see about it.
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.
No showy advertisement is needed
to present "the elaims of Coussens'
Honey of Tar, which has, by merit
alone,'woO its way to the confidence
of the people, and received their en
dorsement as the best remedy ever
known for Coughs, Colds, H-oarseness,
Bronchtis arid all diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. Price 50 cents a
bottle. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pel
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 5, 1879.
Jrdinary...... .................... 8-a 9
Sood Ordinary..................... 91 9
[ow Middling ...................... 9 a10
\liddling ............. .............10 alO-,'
jood Middling . ......10ta10
Good demand at quotations. t
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New ....... 5
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..... 6
Sides, C. it.. New........ G
DRY SAI:EID MIATS
sides, C. It.. New........... a 6
Sides. Long C'ear...........
SUncanvas3ed Hlam.......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12
Leaf. in Tierces .............. 10
Leal', in Bucket........... 11
Granuulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C......... ............. 10
Yellow ....................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molases. 4u
Cuba Molasses.. . .... . 60
Sugar house Molasses. '7
ALLSPICE........... ........ 25
EPPEt.. ......................30 A
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Good Rio............. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
- Tennessee................... 85
SOA P ............................... 6a 10
TARtC I ............................ I1 a 16
TAt CANDLES................... 1I
LO U11, per bbl.,.............. , 6. a 8.00
?EA R L...NY . ..... .......
ANDY .......... ....... ..........
ONCENTRATED LYE.......... 15
NGLISII SODA..... ....... 10 b
JORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
;EA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
kXLE GREASE...................... 10
COBACCO............. ...... ...~0 t2
4AILS (10) keg.... ................ 356
AGG DIG-heavy........................... 12
kHROW TIES, per bunch.............250
MED CLOVER SEED-per lb.......20
MID OATS-per t.u...40a
This commodious edifice, situated on
4fAI-N STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., and
nown as the
s now open, and invites the people one and
L1 to call and know whaIt can be done at all
or's, to wit. Ar, E-tra Good Breakfast,
)inner, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIVE
j ENT S.
Forty or fifty reguar boarders wvill be
aken at proportionately low rates.
The onvniece f loatin, xcel1 n
ring wter, wll furished a et.,
~oniend his ous to ver 1one
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July 3at propotoaeylwrts
Theconve ie, fnlocatic ecelnvas
prngtTe, weld pfurihtable, uies.
~odmen Ind this a rtoevr chne
Wuhereas,plese aone hth madertsuit
ome,to grat hmletter,ecoigsm or replnis
rtatin, whath busetateyd effen en.h
These iarNe buteor tose woan busoih
1es and apngly. thekidredns ceitr
fThe unsaigneced,l thatkhee andsete
ppear, bfoe,i the Court of Andewobateke,
>ced n the 1 8th day of Augus et, 18ter
bic hPate Cureft for Ne'cly okntye
S.renC, nd immewdase theeupny will hae,
ply rtes Adinisstryatinschargin nthem
Trante. MGve unde myIhand and8t
THMA . ELL R,.AN.c
July 16, 31-2t.
PROPETA LIMTE NUMBR9of
Loo!Rdue rom $3ag to $2 perle_ar
TheChapstand es ofaiestagie ub-ss
isod,nsy aind oRtresa frarc thearnce
Such illHleas anwerd.i dvrie
ment bypletter, Engraingstm for Steeply.sgn
ettig byhat businesshey have Unsupen
Coged Fashonu Plthseu whonthly Nosi
cites. need ashion ADesis. u r
TheneDrtent. wilomaey'a Rial setl
ment ofe set,each new tete Wickere
worthed moe than 1th pric of thest 1879,Ou
In dditoato Court fulorpwbrr ounrtrs
plyfo haetcltersismssrdiagmnts them
THOMAS Scit S.orie RwthCAN, IA
Eec ut or,fetc.,rof AlMWcer, "der'd.
"Boy 16,e. etc5., t.As ihMa
C..RE OSPaEUS FRE187. atoso
dred Year A49,eetc.earc
omm edced fon and tll2your Yrears
Theu hepet rduetio Lains pagice dwha
Glished,tand o detea foro the esnt
evey F.ad. to harey hookfr Unsurpase
Coloectod lstill rachs 15000 Motly N5v
liend Our Fashio CDesigtnc. ou Work
ddarytme Ou terarya Daepricent.
uedied eatment. poey' ear.sup
ToRS-varh injet edace. oetsted bered
Weronfrng. sChea paeus. ver gear
othme ethMaine pbiso hedB. Ou
Colre Dopesigone. r........
on' codiion to1 our.full.corp.of.writes,
weihve co mpletedoc yarr111aneets fo
club,ming six toies.with.C...STIA
'-Dighte opis BonemCi'a, d feany Dayt,"
Bony toate erson getiAns uwitheMRA
cIngremso, "Wgnierire.'-Old.Ma1t 2.
opes,n er, Aon, aTw extra
dred Year Ago,e perc., ett p h
Tomencesat once y,and an exurafied
aot toheeatrdon tin upe tnhat
club, mingd to dyo florpie.:e wa0
ever Nowdy thae the Boke r your. W
Clb Sedi drCus toc.Io a
TERMS-Cas REiAdvae Postagfie Moreyd
club, making nine copies............. M 23
Ten copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the pc'rson getting up the
club, making eleven copies. .... ..... 17 00
Twenty copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getang.up the
club, making twenty-one copies..... .11 50
g Now is the time to make up your
,r-- .- omaant n Pat Office Monev
Flardinare a Cutlery.
jOW PIIE OTTO
The ndersigned ask to call att-ntion of
he FLriers and Mechanics to their newI
of all kinds,
Of the "Avery Patint."
Of all grides and prices.
Of all kinds.
licks, Grubbing Hoes, &c.
Also, a splendid lot of
arpenters' and Blacksmiths'
11 laid in at prices that wil; tinet the low
rice of eettoi. Cail and see for yourselves,
the Hardware Store ot
No. 3, Nollohon Row.
Jani. 1, 1879. 1-tf
Tested by the most experienced mechan
:s and guaranteed to be the best ever of
ed in this market. For sale at low prices
COPPOCK & JC USON.
May 21, 21-1f.
Avery's Walking Cultivator, four plows.
Avery's Double-foot, iron, plow.
Avery's c wood, plow.
Avery's Single, wood and iron, plow.
Avery's Garden Plow.
At prices that any farmer can buy.
Call on COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Apr. 30, 18-tf.
ry Goods and .lVotions
EY-fithing in Season I
NOW IN STORE
( MAGNIFiCENT STOCK
~IRY (90bB8 AND NOTIONS,
VARIETY, EXCELLENCE AND CHEAPNESS
IANNOT BE~ EXCELLED.
S THE LEADER OF LOW PRICES IN
C. F. JACKSON
iteratcs his announcement to the people
f Newberry and all other people, that he
HAS THE GOODS
ND THEY ARE TO BE SOL.D.
MRGINS IN EVERY LINE
A SPECIkL~ NOVELTY is the 5 CENT
0UNTER, nothing to compare with it in
Satisfaction given or money returned.
C. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 9, 28-tf.
The subscriber having purchased the
earse and entire stoek of Caskets and Cof
ins of Estate of' C. M. Harris, deceased, is
>repared to conduct the husiness in all its
ranches AT THE VERY LOWEST
A full line of Metalic, Rosewood and
Valnut Coffins and Caskets always on hand.
Will personally superintend the prepara
ionof graves, building of' vaults, using in
heir construction best hydraulic cement,
endering them perfectly waterproof.
All orders promptly attended to day or
011ice in rear of Leavell & Speers' Marble
L. M. SPEERS.
A pr. 23, 1S79-17-tf.
Ohbilsoo, Taylor & Co90
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & Co.
1 i' 3 Hayne Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Will give all business their careful atten
:ion. Consignments of Cotton solicited.
.July 1 t, 29-3n,
Merchants, Mechanics, Agents and others
vho wish to make ready money w ith a light
business can do so by selling Baruch's
Black Diamond Indelible Marking Pad, for
tuarlng cloth. Th's Pad will mark 500
na%es and warranted indelible. Used in
..... householdA Somethin new and fast
1I is )(P soo:,0 t :.t t he rava"t s of Ilii
-rrile dlise:se. which Vili no doubt return
in :I more maligo:ut anl virulent form in
fie fall month-z of Is' ,.
MERELL'S HEPATNE, :a Hnlmedy di
eovered in -oiT!rtn Nuija and uIsed with
-ulich won(lerf;! results in South America
where the~ most .gravated eases of fever
:tre# 1,-und,. c:iises fron 0e .0 t%wo onnjie<
o bile to bt tiltert-d or strained from tihe
blood each time it passr- tirough the Liver,
as long asl an cxcess or bile exists. By its
wonierful action on the Liver and Stom:ich
the HEPATINE not only prevents to a cer
taintytv :anNy& ki a of Fever and Blaek Vomit,
but also cures Heatdache, Constipa;ion of
the 1.owels, Dyspepsia and all Malarial is
No one need fear Yellow Fever who will
expel the M.iarial Poison and excess ot bile
from the blood by using MERRELL'S IEP
ATINE, which is sold by all Druggists in tl5
cent and $1.0) bottles, or will he ;ent by ex
press by the Proprietors,
A. F. MERTELI & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Pc1nber'ous Stillingia 'i uel D
AG- The reports of wonderful cures of
Rheumatism, Scrofula. Salt Rleum, Syphil
is. Cancer, Uleers and Sores, that come from
all parts of the country, are not only re
miarkable but so miraculous as to be doubt
ed was it not for the abundance of proof.
REMARKABLE CURE OF SCROFULA,&c
CASE OF COL. T. C. BRANSON.
KINGST0N. GA.,.September 1.5, 17L
F,1TS: IF' sixWn years I have been a
great siIerer from Scrofula in its most ois
rossing forms. I have been cbnfined to my
room and bed for fifteen years with scrofu
tons ulcerations. The most approved rem
dies for such cases had been used, and the
rnost eminent phyic1ieans consulted, with
out any decided ueneiit. Thus prostrated,
istresseI, desponding, I was advised by
D-. Ayer, of Floyd County, Ga.. to com
Mence the use of your Compound Extract of
Stillingia. Language is as insufticient to de
cribe the relief I obtained from t he use of
he Stillingia as it is to convey an adequate
idea of the intensity of my suffering before
using your medicine; sunfficient to say, I
abandoned all other remedies and contin
tied the use of your Extract of Stillingla,
until I can say truly, "I am cured of all
pain," of all disease, with nothing to ob
struct the active pursuit of my profession.
More than eight months have elapsed s:nco
his remark:.ble cure, without any return of
For the truth of the above statement, I re
fer to any gentleman in Bartow County,
Ga., and to the members of the bar of Cher
okee Circuit, w1Ao are acouainted with me.
I shall ever remain, with the deepest grati
tude, Your obedient servant,
J. C. BRANSON, Att'y at Law.
WEsT POINT. GA., Sept. 16. 170.
GENTS: My daughter was taken on the 25th
ay of June, 1863, with what was supposed
to be Acute Rheumatism, and was treated
for the same with no success. In March,
following, pieces of bone began to workout
of the right arm, and continued to appear
till all the bone from the elbow to the shoul
ler joint came out. Many pieces of bone
came oitt of the right foot and leg. The case
was then pronounced one of White Swell
ing. Alter having been confined about six
years to her bed, and the case considered
hopeless, I was inuced-to try Dr. Pember
ton's Compound Extract .of Stillingia. au
was so well satisfied with Its effects that I
have continued the use of it until the pres
My daughter was confined to herb ed
about six years before she sat up or eveA
turned over without help. She aow sits up
all day, aiAd sews most ofpher time-has
walkedl across the room. Hergeneralhealth
is now good, and I believe she will, as her
limbs gain strength, walk well. I attribute
her 'recover, with the blessing of God, to
the use of your invaluable medicin'e.
With gratitude, I am, yours truly,
W. B. BLANTON
WEST PoiNT, GA., Sept. 16, 1870.
GENTS: The above certificate Ot Mr. W. B.
Blanton we know and certify to as being
true. The thing is so; hundreds of the most
respected citizens will certify to it. As
much reference can be given as may be re
quired. Yours tr Dr ,
CRAWFORD & W ALR,Dugss
HON. H. D. WILLIAMS.
Aa DE. PEETON'S STTTLJWGIA is
prpred by A. F. MERRELL & CO., Phila
Sld by all Druggists in $1.00 bottles, or
sent by express. Agents wanted to canvass
end fr Book-"Curious Story"-free to
all. Medicines sent to poor people, paale
in installments. Jun. 4, 4-y
FEMA LE C0LLEME
IN THE SOUTH.
THE FALL SESSION OF THE
N|l||amston Fem ale 'College
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.,
OPENS MONDAY,'AUGUST 4, AND CON
TINUES TWENTY WERE-S
Rates for the Session: Board, exclusive
of washing, *60.00 ; Regular Tuition, $10.00
to $20.00 ; Instrumental Music, $20.00 ; Oil
No extra charge for Latin, Calisthenics,
or Health-Lift, or for Kindergarten Lessons
in the Primary Department.
Relying entirely on its own merits as a
live, thorough school, it confide'ntly expects
a continuance of the liberal patronage it
has thus far enjoyed.
Our new Catalogue sets forth the wonder
ful advantages of the One-Study Plan, and
the other valuable peculiarities of the InsLi
For a copy, address
REV. 8. LANDER, A.M.,
July 30, 1879. 37-1y.
1. N. MARTIN & IJO.,
Agerts for the following POPULAR
The Taylor and Lummus Gins,
(Which are the same only in na"e-)
Gllett's Steel Brush Cotton
Cotton Bloom Cotton Gin,
(Formerly named Magnolia.)
FEEDERS for each of the above Gins.
And, also, Agents for the
Winship Cotton Gin.
Call and Examine.
July 9, 2S-tf.
The citizens of Newberry are respectfully
informed that I have opened the Gallery in '
the A gricultural Society building, formerly
occupied by Mr. Wiseman, and that I am
prepared to take