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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 13, 1879.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTIBEMENTS.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
Rev. J. W. Kelly-Badge Lost.
S. C. R. R,--Change of Schedule.
J. N. Martin & Co.-Lime! Lime!!
Jacob Epjing-Adinistrator's Notice.
S. P. B zer-The Brown Cotton Gin.
Jno. Thad. Johnson-Atlanta Medical Cnl
W. M. Shackleford-A Good Thing for
Fant's Drug Store-Clover, Lucerne and
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local coluotin are inscrtcd at
the rate of 15 cents per line cach inSCr
Obituaries, notices of micetings, com)
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tribyzetes of rC.,)ect, &c. are charged
as regular (ul-vertisements at $1 pcr
Notices of administration, anl other
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
communications of a personal character
must be pail for in ativance
The subscription price of the herald
is $2.00for twelve months, $1.00 for six
months, 50 cents for three months aml
25 cents for one month, in a4t-ance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
gr All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
,Tp Train arrives............... 1 30 P M
DWwn Train arrives .......... 12 42 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 00 A M
"1 "9' leaves......... 1 40 P M
Up mail closes at................ 1 00 P M
Down mail closes at ............ 12 15 P M
Laurens mail closes at... ... ..1 00 P M
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., June. 2, 1879.
This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowel & Co's Newspaper Advertising Ba
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. Rhoda Williams died at the
residence of her son, Capt. J. Wash
Williams, in Laurens County, Saturday,
the 9th instant.
Mrs. Elizabeth McCullough died at
the residence of her son, Mr. D. W.
McCullough, near Jalapa, the 5th in
stant, at the age of seventy-five. She
died of cancer.
Miss Fannie Raff, daughter of Dr. P.
B. Ruff, of Newberry, died Monday, the
11th inst., at 4 A. M., of Consumption.
Her funeral services were he1d in the
Methodist Church this (Tuesday) morn
ing, and were attended by a large con
course of friends. She was the last of
Dr. RuIf's seven children.
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
Advertisement of Badge Lost.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
At reduced prices. See advertise
meut of W. M. Shackleford.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
.ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-ly
There Was a Pleasant Picnic
At Ridge Road Academy the 8th in
stant. D. M. C. sends us an account of
it, which came too late for publication.
*THoMP'soN, Dentist, opposite Herald office
* See advertisement of L. M. Speers,
who keeps on hand .a supply of Fisk's
Metalic Burial Cases, and Coffins of all
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. _____ 9-ly
The attention of our readers to the
advertisement of the Atlanta Medical
-College. Its reputation is fuilly estab
lished, and we do not hesitate to pre
sent it as worthy of patronage.
*With and without mortgage attach
-ment, and Landowner's Liens.
' For sale at
3-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
An otter measuring four feet from
tip of nose to tail was killed on Beaver
Dam Creek a few days ago. Mr. F.
-N. Parker bought the skin which he
has stuffed. It is a very fine specimen.
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 Liberty Hall Picnic
Comes off Thursday, the 14th. Ex
tensive preparations are being made,
and the affair is bound to be a success.
All are invited. Thanks for special in
vite; and if we can beg, borrow or steal
-d'horse we'll go.
Glenn Springs water on draught, at
H. A. Bunss'. tf.
U. S. Jurors.
The following citizens of this County
have been drawn to serve as jurors in
the U. S. District Court, wvhich con
venes in Greenville the 25th instant:
E. A. Scott, on the grand jury, and B.
H. Cline, J. D. Cash and W. H. Snead,
on the petit jury.
Stealing Crain from the Freehold.
Harry Harris and his step-son Hecnry
1 1 -~ m..~..i T...
Reunion and Picnic.
There will be a reunion of the alum
ni, students and friends of Newberry
College at St. Mathews Church the 2:ld
instant. President Holland will be
present, and will deliver an address;
there will also be addresses by others.
'The people of the neighborhood will
give a pienie, and a pleasant day is an
Thirst no more, but visit the Foun
tain of H. A. Burns and he refreshed
at 5 cents a glass. Delicious Syroips of
all kinds and the coldest ice. 20-tf.
For September is at hand. filled as
usual with short, entertainIng novel
ettes and enteresting articles on va
rious subjects. Peterson's is a, welconie
monthly visitor to many a home, and is
the eboapest magazine, value consider
ed, in the country. Subscription, 82.00
per annum.. Clubs at reduced rates.
Address Chas. J. Peterson, 306 Chest
nut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
All persons indebted to the HIFUAL1)
Book Store by memorandum accounts,
are requested to call and settle at once.
No goods hereafter will be delivered
until paid for. I6-tf
Dots from Poverty Flat.
We have had rain in abundance.
The corn crops are No. 1.
The cotton is up to par.
The fence or stock law is growing in
favor with man, but not with beast.
The Free School System is agitating
the minds of our people at this time.
The health of our section is good for
this season of the year. 6-4-7.
Go to H. 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
Mr. Cline can pick up whole houses
and move them about as if they were
playthings. The long store recently
occupied by Mr. Henry A. Burns and
Dr. Bruce will be in position to-day on
the corner of Friend and Caldwell
Streets. There is only one more house
to move-the store lately occupied by
Mrs. Sophia Redus. It will be placed
by the side of Mr. Burns', on Caldwell
Kosciusko Lodge, No. 32, 3. 0. G. T.
The election of officers took place at
the regular meeting of this Lodge, with
the following result:
WV. C. T.-P. H. Duckett.
W. V. T.-Mrs. S. E. Thomason.
WV. S.-Jno. WV. Taylor.
WV. F. S.-Jas. H. M. Kinard.
W. T.-Jno.. A. Kinard.
W. M.-E. W. Thomason.
WV. C.-A. A. Killi an.
WV. I. G.-James Packer.
W. 0. G.-F. Hancock.
P. WV. C. T.-R. H. Greneker, Jr.
The hand that rocks'the cradle, is
the hand that moves the earth. Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup is the best remedy
for all complaints children are subject
to, such as Dysentery, Diarrbo.a, Sum
mer Complaint, Wind Colic, etc.
Price 25 cents.
We invite attention of those who con
temnplate a trip North either for pleas
ure or business, to examine the Sched
ule of the South Carolina Rail Road
Company as published in this paper.
It will be seen that a round trip ticket
from Columbia to New York can he
had for only $35.75, including transfer
through Charleston, with stateroom and
meals both ways in steamer. It is de
cidedly the pleasantest, most comfort
able and cheapest route advertised.
A wvhite man, who said his name was
Folk, sold a mule one day last week to
Dr, W. A. Fallaw, of Helena, for $15
and a shot gun. The next day a Mr.
Price, of Lexington, came up on hunt
of the mule, which had been stolen
from him, and learned of the trade.
Dr. F. declined to produce the mule,
but it was found by Chief of Police
Fellers and others several miles from
Helena. The man who sold the mule
was not named Folk, as he represented,
but his true name is Amick. He has
not been caught.
Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable
Liver Powder, is a safe and effectual
reme'dy for some of the greatest ills to
which flesh is heir, and it is not noble
to suffer the pangs of a disordered
Liver, and thus be incapacitated for
usefulness, when, by opposing it with
this purely vegetable compound, we
can put to flight Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Sick Headache, Biliousness,
etc. Price 50 cents. For sazle by
W. E. Pelham. eow.
Mr. Abe Foot is in town, on a flying
visit to the home folks.
Mr. Fduard Scholtz will start on his
return to Newberry in a few days.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., left Newberry
this (Tuesday) morning for Glenn
Geo. WV. Abney, Esq., of Edlgefield,
spent several (lays of last week among
friends in Newberry.
Mr. F. A. Sale wvent up to the city of
Clinton Saturday-"on business"-and
Mr. Jno. Scott ehrnnged his mind and
didn't go to Chicago. HIe is now rusti
. +'ngaiona the monntains, nd connrt
Still coing Up.
Mr. Crotwell has decided to build his
hotel three stories high. Ile has been
"set back" several days in his work be
cause of the failure in one or two kibns
of brick. He is now running three
mills, making about 18,000 bricks a day.
In a few days he will be able to put on a
full supply of hands, and then the work
will go rapidly on. The building, with
its four iron-front stores underneath the
hotel, will he an ornament to Newher
ry, and we have no donbt will prove a
profitable investment to its enterprising
Choice lot of Teas just received at
low prices, at 11. A. BURNS'. tf.
The New York Ohserrer. one of the
best papers on our exchange list, in re
ference to the erroneous idea entertain
ed by subscribers who ask favors of the
editor on the ground that as they pa
tronize the paper they are, therefore,
entitled to high privileges, says that
there never was a graver mistake. Sub
scribing for a paper does not make a
man a )atron to that extent, he gets
full value for his money and there ii no
obligation beyond the fulfilling of the
contract of subscription. No man of
common intelligence will expect any
Multitudes of people require an
Alterative to restore the healthy ac
tion of their system and correct the
derangements that creep into it.
AYER'S SAR1APARILLA tones and
vitalizes the blood, and restores the
vigor of health.
We regret to learn that Rev. J. D.
Shirey has resigned the Beth-Eden pas
torate. He has served that charge
nearly nine years, and during all that
time he has not only given satisfaction,
but has grown in the favor and esteem
of his people.
Rev. Shirev is now President of the
South Carolina Synod, and is one of the
ablest preachers and safest counselors
in the Synod; a fine scholar, and a per
He is willing to take a charge any
where in the Lutheran Church-North,
South, East, or West-and we can most
heartily recommend him, without any
solicitation on his part, to any charge
in the South, where we hope he will re
main. His improvement as preacher
and pastor has been in every respect
steady and commendable since his en
trance into the South Carolina Synod.
He is now one of our strong men, and
his removal from our Synod, if such an
event take place, will be deeply re
gretted by every member of the body.
Sufferers with that terrible disease,
Piles, or Hecmorrhoids, who have
long desired relief, can obtain it speed
ily by using Tabler's Buckeye Pile
Ointment. Vast forests of the iEscu
lus Ilippocastanum, or Horse Chest
nut, the common Buckeye, annually
yields their fruit, which is combined
with other materials, and an ointment
prepared, which is an unfailing rem
d for Piles. Price 50 cent a bottle.
Use Tabler s Buckeye Pile Ointment.
For sale by W. E. Pelham. e.o.w.
The Hendersonville Excursion
Came off Thursday. Messrs. J. B.
Cary and H. H. Evans chartered a
train from Newberry to connect with
the regular excursion train at Alston.
This train left here at 1 A. M. Thurs
day, met the S. U. & C. train at Alston
at 4 A. M., and the "excurts" reached
Hendersonville at 1.20 P. M. After
spending an hour in that pretty little
village they began their return trip,
which was made in good time, the New
berry party reaching home at 12 o'clock
Thursday night. They all report hav
ing had a jolly time, the only drawback
being too much crowding-the number
was greater than was anticipated by
the manager. One hundred and twen
ty-seven went down to Alston on the
G. & C. R. R.; the whole number of
the excursionists wvas between seven
and eight hundred. The Newberry
Brass Band was quite an addition to the
party, and captivated everybody by
their splendid music.
It looks a little strange to us that an
excursion party can go from Newberry
to Hendersonville and back in one day ;
it is something new, and shows what
railroading can accomplish. The dis
tance is: from Newberry to Alston 22
miles, from Aiston to Spartanburg 68,
from Spartanburg to Hendersonville 47
-total 137; round trip 274 miles.
When Edison talked about running
electric wires through the gas pipes of
New York, he was asked howv he would
get the wires inside. His answer was
that "he would make a mechanical bug
that would crawvl through the pipe and
draw the wire after it." This great in
ventor 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
tion of the scientific world, yet whose
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 HERALD 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,
Stone, Iron, Wood and Willow Ware
th~ c~~cln of' Mnon's line, and that their
Religious-Bush River, &c.
A protracted meeting was begun at
Bush River (Baptist) Church Friday,
and will continue through the greater
part of this week. The Pastor. Rev.
M. E. Broadus, is assisted by Rev. -
Miller, of Abbeville County. The con
gregation was very large Sunday, the
spacious church being completely filled,
many having to go into the gallery to
find seats. Rev. Mr. Miller proached
in the norning an earne;t and prietlical
sermon from the text, "Prepare ye the
way of the Lord; make His paths
straight." in which he held the atten
tion of his congregation for an hour.
After an intermission of an hour and a
half for dinner, the congregation reas
sembled to listen to an interesting and
instrtctive sermon from the text, "Sa
tan has desired to have you. that he
might sift yon as wheat; but I have
praved for thee that thy faith fail not."
T11his is one of the largest and most
influential churches in the County.
Since the beginning of Mr. Broadus'
pastorate the membership bas been con
siderably increased, the Sniday School
has been built up and made successful,
and all the interests of the church have
been greatly improved. He is a hard
worker and a fine preacher, and is very
much loved by his people.
The Union Meeting of the 4th Section
of the Reedy River Association will be
gin at Bush River Friday before the 5th
Sunday of this month, and will continue
through Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. J. W. Kelly began a protracted
meeting at Trinity (Methodist) Church
Saturday, which is still in progress.
Rev. Mr. Elkins will preach at Mt.
Zion (Baptist) Church Saturday after
noon next at 2 o'clock, and again Sun
The colored people began their an
nual camp meeting at Mt. Olive last
week. A special train was run from
both ends of the Lanrens Road Sunday
to accommodate those desiring to go.
Hundreds went by the train. The roads
from every direction for many miles
around were lined Sunday with vehi
cles on their way to the meeting, the
whites kindly furnishing all the mules,
horses and vehicles they could spare to
their employes. The crowd at the
camp meeting was immense.
If functional Torpor of the Liver
exists, the elements of the Bile will
rmiain in tbc blood, vitiating that fluid
and inducing many Skin Diseases. Dr.
Bull's B3altimore Pills are a most re
iable Liver Rtegulator. Sold every
where. Price 25 cents.
Various and all About.
Clean your yards of rub)bish.
Gardens will be fine this fall.
Never saw cotton looking better.
Sow turnips, and don't forget the
Plant bunch beans and six weeks
corn-both will make.
Sale-day last was flat and unprofit
able-there was no money in it.
A prosperoos, lively Fall is looked
for, and it will not come too soon.
A scolding woman, like a1 train con
ductor, is pretty much always on the
The clergyman who ainnounced a ser-'
mon to the old ladies had an audience of
Bush River takes the premium for
pretty women, and for hospitable peo
Dust was stirred up in the big road
Monday only one day after the rain of
The peach crop in this County was
not an entire failure-every day a few
arc brought in.
The oldest camp meeting goer never
saw better behavior than at the late
meeting at Ebenezer.
It is worth a long walk to see the
patch of rice in rear of thie colored Bap
tist Church; it is beautiful.
Ladies and gents, misses and youths
are invited to buy their shoes and hats
of A. C. Jones at lowest prices.
Who wvill bring in the first bale of
new cotton this season? We look for
one about the first of September.
That promise to bring the editor a
big, easy arm chair has not yet been
fufilled. It is looked for yet, however.
A few weeks ago farmers were la
menting that they would make nothing;
now they are boasting of their fine
That beautiful red, swinging cradle
Mr. Willis had on his wagon last Tues
day, exdited the envy of all young mo
thers who saw it.
The Senior is off' again, rest being
absolutely necessary. lHe will turn up
soon, and in the meantime .the reader
will hear from him.
If you owe us anything and have the
money to spare be so kind as to call
and settle. A dollar or two would
make us feel akin to a millionaire.
The prediction that we would have
rain for forty days has not been verified.
The man who started such a dangerous
idea should be keel-hauled. See Web
Mr. L. M. Holland made a good
thing out of his excursion to Hender
sonville the 7th ; and Messrs. Clary and
Evans, who ran the train to Alston and
back, made quite a respectable sum for
Tom Cook's newv churn attachment
is the very dot. It will bring butter in
six minutes by the watch, and we are
pleased to say does not work to the old
tune of ~Lcome butter, come".
'Jane,' said he, '1 think if you lifted
your feet away from the fire we might
have some heat in the room.' And
they hadn't been married two years
The rolling of the houses from the
Hotel lot last week was watched with
a good deal of interest. The work was
well done, none of the houses suffering
any damage by the removal. Rolling
is mueh cheaper and quicker than tear
Burns with his confectionery, lemon
ade, soda and Glenn Springs water. is
noV un<ler the Winig of the I ER'.1:AL
0111ce, and so is our old friend Bruce
with his pills and plasters. We hope!
they will not grow proud since getting
in such good company.
Mr. A. M. Nichols brought to our of
fice Saturday four oars of corn all grow
ing on the same stem. There is one
main ear full of large grains, and around
this are three others about two-thirds
the size of the main one. All the ears
were enclosed in the same shucks.
FOR THE IIERALD.
Proiiiiiient Women of New
One of the most remarkable wo
men of the city is Miss Mattie Mor
gan, who does the singular work of re
porting the cattle market for the
Times and other leading papers.
This is work from which by reason of
the constant exposure, and other dis
agrecableuesses required, the majority
of uiale reporters shrink-yet Miss
Morgan performs it daily and does it
better than her competitors of the
stronger sex. Then again she goes
as a paid emissary to the races at
Saratoga and elsewhere, writing de
scriptions for influcutial papers which
gladly employ so able acoriespondent.
Fur her duties in the city, she arrays
herself in appropriate attire. A short
skirt (short here has a real signifi
cance, and means a length reaching
not below the ankles) of dark, durable
material devoid of feminine nonsense
of any kind, a sacque, plain, dark
hat with sometimes a veil, and you
have her ordinary outfit. Note book
in hand she looks the thorough busi
ness womian she is, for she fairly beats
the men on their own ground, doing
work specially adapted to them, so
much wore intelligently that they are
completely distanced. Yet Miss Mor
gan was bred a lady, and in the even
ing when her day's work is ended,
she is gladly welcomed by a limited
circle of refined families to whom she
brought letters of introduction. on her
coming here some years ago, and who
value her companionship, listening
with pleasure to her conversation~
varied by experience of the world
combined with native wit. She is of
Irish extraction; the daughter of an
Irish country gentleman. During her
father's life time her chief amuse
ment was to follow the hounds in
most spirited chases, some idea of
which may be derived from Scott's
account of the exploits of Diana Ver
non. After her father's death, the
property devolved upon the eldest son,
and refusing to lead a life of depend
ant idleness, Miss Morgan came to
New York to try her fortune: bring
ig letteis of introduction to some of
the best families. Previously how
ever, so great is her knowledge of
horses, she had been employed by
Victor Emanuel, King of Italy, to
choose some of his most valued bun
ters, and so well did she execute the
commission that some handsome dec
orations were bestowed upon her by
her royal employer, to say nothing of
n elegant watch and chain presented
as a. mark of his especial esteem.
Those of course she preserves with
care. regarding them as some of her
most precious possessions. Yet strange
to say Miss Morgan expresses herself
emphatically as "down on woman's
rights"; thus being all the more sin
gulr as she herself is a striking il
lustration of the fact that a woman
may enter successfully a field of labor
hitherto monopolized by men and
drive them out by her superior qual
ifications for the work,
Another remarkable woman living
here is Miss Susan Kigwho starting
in life with a fortune consisting of a
round 0, has by intelligest specula
tions in real estate amassed a large
fortune which she liberally dispenses
for the advancement of relations not
so fortunate as herself. Then as a
shining light stands forth D)r. Mary
Putnam Jacobi, whose ideas in med
icine are gladly listened to by the
most eminent physicians of this place.
Every body has heard of the Drs.
Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell. and
of all three of these distinguished wo
men, I may send you some future au
ecdotes and personal description.
NEwBERRY, S. 0., Aug. 9, 1S79.
List of adlvertisedl letters for week ending
Aug. 9, 1879:
Chappell, JohngH. Laurence, J. C.
Campbell, A. F. McClelland, Jno. F.
Hlelmns, Miluis Suber, Miss Ellen E.
Hipp, J. D. Spence, J. M.
Hunter, Mrs. S. A. W .illiams, Miss Sallie
Jones, Martilda 1Washington, Ephraim
Parties calling for letters will please say
if adverised. R. WV. BOONE, P. M.
THE BROWN COTTON GIN
leans the seed better, Runs Lighter,
Gin F.ate and Cossess- Money (when
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 12, 1879.
Ordinary ...... .................... 81a 8.
Good Ordinary. . ................. 8'a 3
Low A iddling...................... 9 fa
Middling .............. . 94110
Good Mi(dling . ...............11) a
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO,1
Shoulders. Prime New ....... 5
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..... 1
Sides. C. 1'.. New............ 13
DIRY SA I;TKE) MEATS
Sides. C. R. New........... a G
Sides, Long Clear....... 6;
Unainvassed 1lams........ 10
Cauva-sed Hams. (31agnolia) 12
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 10
Leaf, in .uckets............. 11
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 11
Coflee C................ 10
Yceow ....................... 1!
New Orleans............. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 4)
Cuba Molasses......... 6.
Sugar house Molasses. 37
ALLSP'ICE.................. ......... 25
Roasted or Parched...... 3)
Best Rio.............. 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar. . 65
SOA P............................... 6a 10
STARCH ............................. 10a 16
STAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per bb!................ 6.00a 8.00
PEARL HOMINY.................. 5
CANDY ........................... . 15
CONCENTRATED LYE....... ...15
ENGLISH SODA. 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE...................... 10
TOBACCO.................. 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg..................... 3.50
BAGGING-Heavy.......................... 12 .
ARROW TIES, per bunch............ .2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
RED OATS-per tu...........40a
TIE 91AS01 ADVAUCIS
TH ill-AN l
RMR C T TING
J. W. COPPOCK'S.
All Goods at Low Prices
Good Fits---Best Material.
SAMPLE PIECE GOODS SHOWN
AND MEASURES TAKEN,
IARG 8T(0% OF FURISillG (001)8,
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
Aug. (, :32-tf.
A situation as Clerk in a Dry Goods or
Grocety Store by a young man of experi
ence, who can give good reference and is
willing to work. Salary no object.
-A pply at this office.
Aug. 6, 32-2t*
THE LOW PRICED hOUSE.
THE LOW PRICED HOUSE.
TIlE LOW PRIICED HOUSE.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HIATS.
BOOThS, SHOES AND HATS.
QUICK SALES, ShORT PROFITS.
QUICK SALES, SHORT PROFITS.
QUICK SALES, SHORT PROFITS.
NEXT TO PELHlAM'S DRUG STORE.
NXxr TO PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
NEXT TO PELHiM'S DRUG STORE.
A. C. JONES'
.LIOW PRiCED SHOE AND BAT HOUSE,
'1. N. MRTIN & CO.,
Agents for the following POPULAR
The Taylor and Lumas Gins,
(Which are the s:nue on ly in n amne,)
Gllett's Steel Brush Cotton
Cotton Bloom Eottoun Gin,
(Formerly named Magnolia.)
FEEDERS for each of the above Gins.
CONDENSERS " " "
And, also, Agents for the.
Winship Cotton Gin.
Call and Examine.
July 9, 2S -tf.
5lapI8 aRd Fan.y 5lalpiIry
IlERA LI B00K STORE.
Those in want of Stationery, such as
Paper, Envelopes, Tags, ILk, Pens, Pen
cils. Muellage, B}lank Books, or Fancy Arti
cies in this line arc jivited to examine my
Raet of Goods nd Low Prices.
1Itri-dira,re and (utlery.
LOW 1iI COTTON
The unilrgi,ned isk to e'!! a1iltion of
the Ftrmers;twl an ecies 1 their new
of all kinds,
Of the "Averv P.itnt."
0i all grades and prices.
Of all kinds.
Picks, Grubbing Hoes, &c.
Also, a spTendid lot of
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths'
All laid in at priees that will meet the low
price of cotton. Call and see .or yourselves,
at the Hardware Store of
COPPOCK & J011501
No. 3, Mollohon Row.
J,tn. 1, 1S79. 1-tf
Tested by the most experienced mechan
ics and guaranteed to be the best ever of
fered in this market. For sale at low prices
by COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
May 21, 21-tf.
Averv's Walking Cultivator, four plows.
Avery's Double-foot, iron, plow.
Avery's " " 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.
Dry Goods and Notions
[ef1b; in Season 1
TONWR T TDNJ
NOW IN STORE
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK
DRY 00081 AND NOTIONS,
VARIETY, EXCELLENCE AND CEAPNESS
CANNOT BE EXCELLED.
AS THlE LEADER OF LOW PRICES IN
C. F. JACKSON
Reiterates his announcement to the people
of Newberry and all other people, that he
HAS THE GOODS
AND THEY ARE TO BE SOL.D.
BARGAINS IN EVERY LINE,
A SPECIAL NOVJELTY is the 5- CENT
COUNTER, nothing to compare with it in
Satisfaction given or money returned.
C. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 9, 28-af.
CREENVILLE, S. C.
Twenty-Fifth Session Opens Wednesday, Sep
.tember 10, 1879.
Expenses: Board, (lights and fuel in
cluded), Tuition, and Pi.Lno Lessons, per
Term of five months, $117.50.
Full and experienced Corp3~ of Instruct
ors. Superior social and religious advan
Send for Catalogue, 1879.
A. S. TOWNES,
Aug. 6, 32-im. President.
1bBlsoi, Taylor & Ca0,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & Co.
1 4V 3 Hayne Street,
CHARlLESTONT, S. C.
Will give all husiness their careful atten
tion. Consignments of Cotton solicited.
July 16, 29-Sm.
Merhants, Mechanies, Agents and others
who wish to make ready mo.ney w ith a lighi
business can do so by selling Baruch':
Blck Diamond Indelible Marking Pad, foi
marking cloth. This Pad will mark 50(
naes and warranted indelible. U',ed it
every household. Something newnnd fas:
~t ~p1Jjncr thing nnt~ Exclusive territor'
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Dr. 'eminrton's Stilligia or ns Deliht.
4a- The reports of wvontlerful cures of
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md was it not for the abundance of proot.
R EMARKABLE CURE OF SCROFULA,&c
CASE OF COL. J. C. BRANSON.
KINGsTON. GA .. eptember 15, 1871.
GENTS: For sixteCn years I have been a
gre:a sufTerer from Scrofula in its most dis
tressi:.g forms. I have been contined tomy
room and bed for tifteen years with scrofu
lous ulcerations. The most approved rem
edies for such cases had been used, and the
most emin)en, physicians consulted. with
out any decided beneit. Thus prostrated.
distressctl. dcsqpoiling, I was advised by
Dr. Ayer, of Floyd County. Ga.. to com
Imlence e u e f your Compound Extract of
.ilinia. * Language is as insufileient to de
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bandoned all other remedies and contin
ued the use of your Extract of Stillingla,
until I can say truly, "I am cured of all
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struct the active pursuit of my profession.'
More than eight months have elapsed since
this remarkable 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. who are acquainted 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, 1870.
GENTS: My daughter was taken on the 25th
(lay of June, 1863, wi,h what was supposed
to be Acute Rheumatism, 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.
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tihe use of your invaluable medicine.'
With gratitude, I am, yours truly,
W. B3. BL ANTON
WEsT PohmiT, GA., Sept. 16, 1870.
GENTS: The above certificate of 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 truly.,
CRAWFORD & WALE ER, Druggists.
HON. H. D. WILLIAMS.
m- DE. PEEBTON'S STILIGIA is
prepared by A. F. MERRELL & CO., 2k.ia
Sold by all Druggists in $1.00 b6ttles, or
sent by expreSS. Agents wanteCQto canvass
P.end for Book-"Curious St-ory"-free to
a1. Medic.ines sent to poor people, payable
in installments. Jun. 4, 49-ly.
IN THE SOUTH.
THE FALL SESSION OF T HE
WILLIA'MSTON, S. C.,
OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 4, AND CON
TINUES TWENTY WWE.
Rates for the Session: Board, exclusive
of washing, 360.00O; 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 confidently expects
a continuance of the liberal patronage it
has thus far enjoyed.
Our new Catalogue sets forth the wonder
ful advantages of the One-St.udy Plan, and
the other valuable peculiarities of the Insti
For a copy, address
REV. 8. LANDER, A.M.,
July .30, 1879. 37-ly.
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