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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 20, 1879.
DEX TO NEw ADVERTIsEMENTS.
M. Foot-Gone North.
Fred W. Cisco & Co.-Si,500,000 to Loan.
J. I. Bonner-The Due West Female Col
Harrison D. Stockman-Notice to Tres
Phila. Sewing Machine Co.-The Peoples'
H. S. Boozer-Notice t-) Teachers of Pub
John 0. Peoples-Countv Sunday School
Y. J. Pope-Notice to the Survivors of the
3d S. C. Regiment.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Businss no
tices in this local colun are inserted at
the rate of 15 cent., per line each inser
O6ituaries, notices of meetings, coM
munications relating to pcrsonal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
as regular advertisegnents at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
legal noties, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
cominzunwations of a personal character
must be paid for in (ulvance
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00for twelve monits, $1.00 for six
months, 50 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in adlvance.
Names in future will not be plabed on
the subsaription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
gg All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 30 P M
Down Train arrives ...........12 417 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 00 A M
"4 "c leaves......... 140 PM
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.
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. Susan C. Satterwhite, wife of
Mr. Richard S. Satterwhite. of this.
County, died Tuesday, the 12th instant,
Shootirg Match at Jalapa.
There will be a shooting match at
Jalapa to-morrow (Wednesday) after
noon. The contestants will shoot for
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
The first bushel of new corn was
carried to Sligh's mill, near Beth Eden,
last week by Watland Smith, colored.
It was of the Tipton vatriety, and a fine
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Our readers to carefully read the
Phila. Sewing Machine Company's ad
vertisement found in our columns, and
send for a circular if yon wish to buy
the best Sewing Machine ever made.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
mnent of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-ly
Struck with a Hoe.
In a difficulty between Mr. Jacob J.
Amick and Mr. I>. N. Coate, near Hel
ena, which grew out of a dispute about
a fence line, the former received an ug
ly wound in the head from a hoe. It
is not considered dangerous.
M. Foot begs to inform his custome rs
and friends that he has gone North for
his Fall Stock of Goods, and for the
next twenty days all goods on hand
will be sold at a saerifice.
Aug. 20, 1879-it M. FOOT.
We Have Received
The Annual Circular of the Cokes
bury Conference School for the scholas
tic year of 1878-9. This school has
been in successful operation for for ty
four years, and is still doing a good
rt wrk. Prof. J. P. Pritchard, A.M., is
Excursion Rates on the C. & C. R. R.
Round trip excursion tickets will be
sold at all stations on the Greenville &
- Columbia Rail Road on .Wednesday,
Augast 20th, to Greenville and return
for $1.90; and to Walhalla and return
for $2.25-these tickets are good to re
turn till September 4th.
The road is now selling tickets every
Saturday to any point on. the line, good
to return the following Monday, at 6
cents a mile for the round trip.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. _ ___ 9-1y
An interesting meeting commenced
at Trinity Church in this County, on
Saturday, the 9ib, and closed on Thurs
dlay. Large congregations were pres- I
ent from the beginning to the end, and
no doubt the earnest and zealous efforts
made will produce good fruit. The
Rev. J. WV. Kelly being absent in at
tendance at Bethel Camp Meeting for
the most part of the time, the services
were principally conducted by the Revs.
J. B3. Campbell and W. P. Meadors.
Glenn Springs water on draught, at
H. A. BURns'. tf.
The Excursion Monday.t
Messrs. Clary, Evans and Whitesi
ran an excursion train from Laurens <
Monday, to connect at Alston with an I
excursion train from Columbia to Hen- t
dersonville. Three coaches came down s
from Laurens, having on board about !
forty nissen~ers. About one hundred t
Survivors of the 3d S. C. Regimeti
We are gratified to see -by an -Uvez
tisement published in this issue %f ou
paper, that the survivors (f thiscom
mand will have a reunion it this >lac
on Thursday, the 4th of i Septelbe
next. There were four coin anies for
Newberry: Companies B, C,! E and T1
The other conipanies came .Aon La
rens and SpartanbNrg. ThislRgimer
was one of the most famous 11 the se
vice, and bears a record as 'noble an
as honorable as was ever w' on -nte
field. Let our people see te t tiat 3i
occasion is made a complet ,uccess.
Tee will be kept for sal( uring ths
season, and can he had at I times a
the Confectionery Store of I A. Bium
A Cood Investment.
Thirteen dollars for oni n he re:
lized by subscribing for th )UTHEIN
MUSICAL JoURNAL. Only .00 yCary
secures it. $1.00 worth of icC Voo.
and Instrumenthl Music is iblished m
each monthly number and 1.00 woth
of Premium Sheet Musi , presentd
each subscriber; 813 wo- of Muie,
all told. Besides this tl0e is gien
over one hundred pages 11jeet MAiic
size) of valuable and insHctive mti-.
cal reading matter, compring iusial
sketches, discussions, edi.fials, hius,
correspondence and gener; musical n
telligence from all parts ' the word,
(the South not excepted.)-,Send T:n
Cents and you will receiv( specinin
copy (containing $1.00 wort of Mus)
by return. m-ai. Address l4DDEN&
BATES, Southern Music louse, :n
With and without mortgate auan
ment, and Landowner's Lien:.
For sale at
3-tf HERALD BOOK iTORE.
Codey's Lady's Book for September
Is richly laden with good things a
Art, Fashion, and Literatare. Tb.
Steel plate is an original design '
Darley, suggestive of the fruitful har.
vests and the happy husbandmen. L
niammoth colored fashion plate s
given showing the latest caprices ,f
Dame Fashion, drawn ;;om life and i
lustrating the first of autumn's innov.
tions. There is a large diagram ps.
tern (alone worth theprice of the boo
and a large variety ofuseful illustratio:s
of dress for women and children whith
will gladden the 1:earts of the ladio.
In literary excellerce, Godey's Lady's
Book is making marked advances over
its fashion competitors, and can always
be commended for thepurity and high
tone of all its contribm>rs. "A Gentle
Belle" is approaching the climax, and
the "Rosebud Garden of Girls" is in
creasing in interest a5 the stol y devel
ops. The usual dep:itments are re
plete with entertainnent and instruc
tion, and as a whol the September
number is a model >f completeness.
The Publishers will send to any ad
dress, post-paid, on rceipt of 70 cents,
the remaining four nuTbers of the pres
ent yea'r, or for Sbvill send the full
current volume. iddress Godey's
Lady's Book, Philadeabia.
Thirst no more, bu visit the Foun
tain of H. A. Burns and be refreshed.
at 5 cents a glass. blicious Syrups of
all kinds and the colcst ice. 20--tf.~
See important notie to Survivors of
3d S. C. Regiment.
Money to loan by Fred WV. Cisco &
Co., of New York. Litention is invited
to their card.
The notice to vachers of Public
Schcols is of interes to all concerned.
Look for it and reac
Do you want a ntober one Sewing
Machine. See advtisement of Phila
delphia Sewing Mahine Co.
Do you want a god article of Lime?
Call on Messrs. J.N. Mai in & Co.,
who have a fresh aid large supply.
Farmers all wan?good Cotton Gins,
and Mr. S. P. R>ozer advertises the
Brown Gin as the lest and eheapest.
Sunday School Superintendents will
aoties the invitatim to send delegates
:o a meeting on t'o 15th of Sepember.
If you would have grassy lavns and
good p)astures get Lucerne, (rchard
3rass and Clover Seed from Dr. S. F.
Eant. lie has them all fresh ad war
We invite attention to the ndce of
Due West Female College, th 21st
rear of which will open Octobe 6th.
[t is a popular institution and pws in
'avor every session. The rate- have
T HOMPsoN, Dentist, opposite Heral offiCe
When Edison talked about runing
ilectric wires through the gas Ipes of
gew York, he was asked how hewould
get the wires inside. His anser was
hat "he would make a mechanial bug
hat would crawl'through the ppe and
Iraw the wire after it." This geat in
rentor is not the only one who iathrow
ng light into the world. W could
iame scores of others, but sh:ll only
llude to two, who though the han
lot made any bugs to attract th' atten
ion of the scientific world, yet whose
iames are familiar in every hoisehold
n the County of Newberry. ifessrs.
Cingsland & Heath, the well :niown
.nd popular dealers in Columiba, are
he men. Their plan of givitg light
s by advertising in the HER~AID) until
tvery man and woman's mini is il
uminated with the knowledg. that
hey have the largest and best as
ortment - of China, Glass, Crockery,
stone, Iron, Wood and Willow Ware
his side of Mason's line nnal t1~~t thr~ir
A Model Farr
We rode it one day last week with
r Mr. Coppyt to Mr. Clint Bishop's to
. help him At away with some of his big
watermes. His melons are noted as
r being thdinest in the County. After
paying sur respects to this luscious
fruit, is walked over his farm to look
. at hiseotton antd corn. His cotton is
t very,ood; has been worked well, and
. clan and well fruited. His corn is
Lt fitic. When he bought the place
w; years ago there was a creek bot
1n of ten or fifteen acres on it that was
overed with rank weeds and briar6.
Fe creek was shallow, and every rain
ocrilowod the banks. Most persons
wuld have regarded the bottoms as
nt worth the trouble of reclaiming.
Nt so he; for he at once set to work
chlring it off, and dug a big ditch for
tb creek, besides several smaller
d.chies for drains. When he begran to
cit away the briar thickets an old dar
ky said, "Mr. Bishop, for God's sake,
<bn't; you's breaking up de Helena
liggers' smoke-house." The bottoms
are in corn this year, and it is the finest
we ever saw. Some of them will yield
s much as fi kty bushels to the acre, and
the average yield will not be much, if
any, less than forty.
Mr. B. is showing what energy and
work can do on a small farm.,
Mr. J. N. Martin leaves to-day (Taes
day) for New York.
Bishop Howe will visit Newberry
Sunday, October 26th.
Geo. S. Mower, Esq., has returned
from a visit to Asheville.
Y. J. Pope, Esq., is in Laurens for a
few days on legal businers.
Mr. Will M. Lane returned last week
om a visit to relatives at Montezuma,
Rev. S. P. Hughes left Monday on a
sit to Virginia. He will be absent
tLut three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McWhirter and
iter returned on Monday from a pleas
nt visit to the Eastern part of Georgia.
Postmaster R. W. Boone has gone
a a visit to the mountains of North
(iolina. He lefh on Friday by private
J. J. Darlington, Esq., of Washing
in, hs been in town several days; he
aves to-day for a visit to his old home
The Rey, J. IIawkins and Mr. T. V.
icker les~ on Monday as delegates to
ec Sunday School Convention in Spar
nburg on the 20th.
Mr. John Seigler and wife, of Aiken
ounty, are stopping at Clary's Mineral
pring, on the Saluda, i nd have derived
mech benefit from the water.
Rev. M. E. Broadus went up to Spar
tburg Monday, to spend a week.
E~ goes thence to Abbeville to assist
Er. Mr. Miller in a protracted meet
Capt. Jno. W. Montgomery and Mr.
enry A. Burns les~ Newbei:y Satur
.ay for New York. They expect to
.sit Saratoga and Long Island, and to
;akc a plunge in the surf at Coney
Messrs. M. & A. Foot, father and
ion, having formed a partnership in
:hc sale of merchandise, have gone to
New York to lay in a stock of Fall
3oods. They will buy Inrgely and
isely no doubt.
Vei /Remarkable Dream.
The death last week of the lost one
.f Dr. P. B Ruff's seven children calls
b mind a remarkable dream that the
octor had several years ago. We
bubt whether there is a strauger cir
nmstance iui all human experience.
Itwould appear incredible but for the
fa that Dr. Ruf is a man whose word
is lyond doubt or question; and even
wexe this not the case there are parties
iivig who are acquainted with the cir
cnstance and could vouch for its cor
rectess. This farnishes another illustra
tion of the fact expressed by Shakes
peare; that there are more things in
heaven and earth than were ever
dreaned of in our shallow philosophy.
Desi-ng to get the true facts of the
case we called on Dr. Ruff~ last week,
and we will give the dream as near as
possible in his own words:
In 1849 I had an infant child very ill
with measles; she had been very low
for several days, and we were looking
for her to die every hour. I had lost a
great deal of sleep on that account.
Une night, just before daylight, I tbrew
myself across the foot of the bed, near
te child, without undressing, to rest,
but not to sleep. I fell asleep, however,
and had a dream that woke me. I got
p immediately: the dream lay very
beay on my mind. I told my wife
and an old lady who wvas helping to
nurse the child that I had had a very
4range dream, and thought we were
going to lose twvo children instead of
Dne. I believed, from the dream, that
our little son at Mt. Enon, Edgefield
County, was dead, (he was at school
at Mt. Enon at that time.) They
hought it strange that I should think
him dead when neither the teacher nor
any one else had sent me word that he
was ill: we had had no intimation at
all that anything was the matter with
him. I told my wife~ that I should go
immediately after him; for I was fully
convinced i'n my own mind that he was
dead. She begged me not to leave the
baby; said it would die before I could
met back. Ii said to her, "I must go
and bring our son home; I can do nao
more for the, baby-the case is hope
less." I wrote a note to the livery sta
ble for a cairiage and a pair of good
horses; told the driver to drive fast andl
et to Mt. Enon as soon as he could
without injutring the horses. I rode on
ahea1 hreank; crosed Saluda. and
The Confederate Monument--Description,
A committee was appointed at the
last meeting of the County Confederate
Survivors' Association to invite plans
and proposals for a monument, to be
erected to the Confederate dead of
Newberry County. The price of the
monument was fixed by the Association
at S1,000; so the bidders had nothing
to do but to say what kind of a mont
ment they would erect for that stun.
Bids were received from Mr. Viet, of
Charleston, Messrs. Boyne & Sprowls,
of Coluhia, Mr. McWalter, of Augus
ta, and Messrs. Leavell & Speers, of
Newberry. The proposal of Messrs.
Leavell & Speers was, by odds, the best
of all, including the largest monument
and the handsomest design; and their
proposal was accepted by the commit
tee, which met in town last Saturday.
DEsCRIPTION OF THE MONUMENT
may give some idea of its appearance
when finished: The monument will be
seventeen feet high. The base will be
made of dressed ranite-in three lay
ers-and will be 5 feet 6 inches square,
and 3 feet 6 inches high. On this wiil
rest the marble base, 2 feet 10 inches
wide and 1 foot 1 inch high. Then
comes the die, 2 feet 2 inches wide and
2 feet 8 inches high; then the sub-die,
1 foot 10 inches wide and 1 foot 3 inches
high; theD comes the shai (a Corin
thian colus,in) 15 inches wide at the
bottom and 8 feet high, surmounted by
by a pyramid of cannon balls. On the
(lie will be carved the names of New
berry's Confederate dead, by regiments.
(about 300 in number), except the
names of the commissioned officers,
which will be carved on three sides of
the sub-die; on the fourth side of the
sub-die will be carved the Coat of Arms
of South Carolina. On the shaft, near
its base, will be carved Confederate flags,
cannon and bayonets. The whole of
the monument, except the granite base,
will be of fine Italian marble.
The monument will be enclosed by
an iron picket fence eight feet square
and four feet high. There is a diversity
of opinion on
TIE QUESTION OF LOCATION,
some preferring Rosemont Cemetery,
others the Public Square. It is thought
by some that the monument will not be
safe from injuy on the Public Square;
then again, if it be erected in the Ceme
teiy it will be seen by only a few per
sons from the countt.y. Our opinion is
that it should be placed in the most
conspicuous position compatible with
its safety and proper preservation, and
that between the Court House steps
and Mollohon Row would be the best
location. This ques'ion will be decided
by the Survivors' Association at its next
meeting, which will be on sale-day in
September. It is important, therefore,
that there should be a fu1l attendance
on that day.
Work will be commenced on the
monument right away, and it will be
completed in four or five months.
When completed it will be an ornament
and an honor to Newber.y County, and
an object of pride to our posterity.
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
Various and all About.
Crops g:owing finely.
Peaches still coming in.
Mr. Cline knows how to move house.
"Can you support me, darling?" Is
the title of a new song.
Newbe...y has a colored watch re
pairer and jeweler, Jas. Waddleton.
Don't tell an editor how to run his
paper. Let the poor fellow find it out
Four persons joined at Bush River
Church during the protracted meeting
Neat, cheap and rapid is the way Job
printing is done at this office. Try us,
It is said that Mr. Holland cleared
$500 on his Henderson excursion. We
The past week was the dullest of any
on record. Receipts in this office under
It is good to d well in amity, though
it is amity hard thing to do with some
Texas has 3.674.000 sheep. Newber
ry according to size can see that and go
a few better on dogs.
Get your blank bo ks and stationery
at the Herald Book Store. All kinds of
paper kept in stock.
The turnip prospect is good. It is
not too late to sow. Many think So3p
tember early enough.
The very best news we can impart to
our readers this week is, that a little
money will soon be in circulation.
There is an active demand for money
in this nmrket. There are men who
will give their eye teeth for a little.
Notwithstanding the hard times there
has been no decrease in CAsr. Six
feet and over, and heavy in proportion.
Several cases of sore throat among
the little people in town, resulting from
change of weather. Nothing serious
we are pleased to say.
The Senior came back from William -
ston Springs last Wedn.esday. Jalapa
Springs will be next visited, then Clai
ry's Southern Saratoga.
Can any one tell how uen live and
support their families who have no in
nv.A ,,r. ~ ~ nfhnra xvhn
It is strangely singular how much the
boy with a pair of new suspenders hates
to wear a coat.
Mr. A. Singleton has purchased from
Mr. W. H. Dickert the house and lot
adjoining his own on Calhoun street
near the College. Mr. S. will move in
Mr. Cash names that part of Main
Street on which his stores are located
"Broadway," and with suflicient reason
we sorrowfully name our portion of
Caldwell Street the "narrow way."
The erop is no doubt short. but it isI
nevcrtheless a fact that we don't remem- i
her ever before being so ..equently ask
ed "want to buy any peaches to-day?"
It was tantalizing with money so short.
A man ;rom the upper part of Lau
rens County came to Newbeiy one day
last week with peaches. He sold them
out along the read at $1 pei- bushel,
and when he got here he had only a
A lady excurt*st who crossed Broad I
river at Strothers said she got the worth 1
of her money in crossing the river. 1
Bush river was the biggest she had ever b
seen. Another thought the first moun- I
tan a cloud.
Our office force was kept in a state of j
unrest last week by the moving of the
buildings across the street. If C11ne had
missed one of his grips E. A. Scott's
house would have been knocked into a
cocked hat, and the Herald office into t
Ex-Probate Jadge Leahy, wAting a
from Kansas to a colored man in town, o
advises the colored people not to emi- d
grate t -> Kansas unless they know what k
they are going to do and are able to
take care of tewselves a-er gett'ng
Excursions to the 'land of the skies'
are in high fashion, and there must be
'millions in it' not only to the tourists 1<
but to the managers. Mr. Kirkland
advertises one to run from Laurens to
Henderson on the 23d and return 26th,
fare for round trip, $3. From Newber- 0
ry only $2.50. Enjoy it.
Our sweet (confectionery) friend Hen
ry Burns is now on his first trip North,
and we predict that his eyes will be A
larger when he gets back. He could B
not have gone with a man of more ex- C
tensive experience than John, the jew- D
eler. The party was complete when
Asher Palmer of Columbia joined it.
Henry promised us a few Coney Island
Mr. J. H. M. Kinard, the Foreman
in the HERALD Office, intends to be
come a denizen of that thring section L
of the city known as Brooklyn. He
has purchased f:om Mr. Coppck the
lot formerly owned by Mr. Win. Cozyn
sen, on which he will erect a nice
dwelling-house. Brooklyn now has
nearly all the professions represented
she still lacks a Doctor and a Preacher. I
Every belle knowing the secret of B
her success in society, is aware that
the face and form of venus would be ~
unattractive with an ungraceful ear
riage. Hence, if she be afflicted with
Corns or Bunions, she readily avails H
herself of the relief afforded by Cous
sens' Lightning Lin'ment, which also L
cures Rheumatism, Lame Back, Neu
ralgia, etc. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
FOR THE HERALD.
A Visit to Beth Eden.
MESSRs. -ED1TORs: Last Sabbath
I visited the church I love-Beth T
Eden Lutheran Church. When IA
arrived at church the Sunday School
was over. I visited the grave yard to
look upon the grave of my deceased
son. How sad to look on the grave
of an only child ! But the works of c
God are mysterious, and His will must a
be done. I am aware I soon roust
follow him, as my age allotted for man s
is near. Returning to the church I ~
heard an able sermon by the pastor,
Rev. J. D. Shirey, from the following
text: 2nd chapter of Revelations; 5th
verse-"Remember therefore fromA
whence thou art fallen, and repent and
do the first works, or else I will comeA
unto thee quickly and will remove thy R
candlestick out of his place except ~
thou repent." The Pastor commencedT
by saying the church of Ephesus after T
a commendation of their first works to
which they were commanded to return
were accused of having left their first
love, and threatened with the removal
of their candlestick out of its place
except they should repent. HIe went Q
on to show the location of Ephesus ~
situated South of Smyrna; it was tihe
metropolis of Lydia and a great city.
in it was the temple of Diana whom
all Asia worshiped, which was adorned
with columns of Parian marble, which
formed one of the seven wonders of
the world. The remains of it snmag
nificent theatres, in which it is said_
20,000 people could be seated, are yet
to be seen ; but a few heaps of stones,
without one Christian residing there,
are all the remains of ancient Ephesus. d
The Epistle to the Ephesians is read
throughout the world, but there are p
[ln nEhsst edi o.Te
loe thir Ephsus loea itwhey rtneno
leto their first works; their returnedstk
towhich meanstwrs theihrch hasendlestick
movedhoutaof the churc, as then gret
city o oof itess isce ano more. Te
ci~tof aEaedu to tno meore. The
if his able sermon, but the above wil
After the morning services ther
vas an hour's recess for dinner, whicl
enljoyed with the pastor and his fam
ly. After dinner the teachers an(
)upils reassembled and gave the con
,regation some fine inusic-and sing
ng; Miss C. presided at the organ
I now appeal to the members o
:eth Eden, St. Mathews and Libert3
Jill Churches, the charges of Rev. J
). Shiroy, who has been serving then
n such an able and acceptable man
icr for the last nine years. I see h(
is sent in his resignation of said
harges. I ask the members to keel
lev. Shirey; he is an able and good
aan. Pay him sufficient to support
im and his family; he wants nc
aore. Most of the members of church.
s do not pay what they should. ThE
reachers are the poorest paid people
n the South for their labor. Preach.
ag is hard labor. My friends, it may
e possible if you let Rev. Shirey
ave, these beautiful churches may
o like Ephesus. But I hope if he
kept they will stand like Philadel
hia, and that all may return to theii
rst love. K.
No showy advertisement is needed
present the elaims of Coussens
foney of Tar, which has, by merit
lone, won its way to the confidencE
f the people, and received their en
orsement as the best remedy ever
nown for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Ironchitis ald all diseases of the
'broat and Lungs. Price 50 cents a
ottle. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pel
Chdice lot of Teas just received at
)w prices, at H. A. BuRS'. tf.
Aug. 13, 1879, by Rev. - Fennel, Wx. A
ULLER to Miss AwxE ELIZA PASSLEY-all
r Laurens CounLy.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 16, 1879.
List of advertised letters for week ending
ug. 16, 1879:
arns, Daniel Lindsay, Jim
auwell, Johnson Pearson, Wm. J.
ats, Miss Nancy Sims, T. P.
enson, G,.orge Thompson, L. J.
reham, Johnnie 'Williams,Miss Connie
Parties calling for letters will please say
advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
NEWBEBRY, S. C., Aug. 19, 1879. .
rdinary...... ................8Sta 8l
ood Ordinary..................8Sia 81
ow Middling................... 9 a 91
iddling.............. ........ 9la 9l
ood Middling ............10 a
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
sy J. N. MARTIN & Co.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.. 6
Sides, C. R., New......... 6
RY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 5
Sides, C. R., New.......... a 63
Sides, Long Clear........... 64
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12
Leaf, in Tierces........... 10
Leaf, in Bu.Tcets..........11
Granulated Standard..... .12a
Extra C................ 11
Coffee C................. 10
New Orleans............. 10
New Orleans Syu..75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson............... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...30
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20s
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
)AP......................... 6a 10
[AR CANDLES................ 15
OUR, perbbl................ 6.00a 8.00
NDY ..................... 15
NCENTRATED LYE........ .. 15
iGLISH SODA................. 10
ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
BA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
XLE GREASE.................. 10
)BACCO........................ 60a 1.25
AILS (10) keg.................. 3.50
RROW TIES, per bunch......... 2 50
ED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
ED OATS-per tu............40a
HE LOW PRICED HOUSE.
HE LOW PRICED HOUSE.
HE LOW PRICED HOUSE.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND) hATS.
UICK SALES, SIIORT PROFITS.
UCK SALES, SIIORT PROFITS.
UICK SA LES, SHOR T PROFITS.
NEXT TO PELH AM'S DRUG STORE.
NEXT TO PELHIAM'S DRUG STORE.
NEXT TO PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
A. C. JONES'
LOW PRICD SHOE AND HAT HOUSE,
Ang. 6, 32-tf.
The undersigned will make a final settle
et of the estate of Andrew M. Wicker,
ceasd, on the 18th day of August, 1879,
the Probate Court for Newberry County,
C., and immnediately thereupon will ap.
ly for letters dismnissory, discharging them
om all liability.
THOMAS V. WI( KER and
THOMAS S. MOORMAN,
Executors, etc., of A. M. Wicker, dec'd.
July 16, 29-5t.
New Life, round notes, :35 cents.
Hardware and C,uitlery.
LOW PRICE COTTONo
The utdersigned ask to call attintion of
the Farmers and Mechanics to their new
of all kinds,
Of the "Avery Patent."
Of all grades and prices.
Of all kinds.
Picks, Grubbing Hoes, &c.
Also, a splendid lot of
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths'
All laid in at prices that will meet the low
price of cotton. Call and see for yourselves,
at the Hardware Store of
COFFOCK & JOH1ION
No. 3, Mollohon Row.
Jan. 1, 1879. 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.
Avery's Walking Oultivator, four plows.
Avery's Double-foot, iron, plow.
Avery's " " wood, plow.
Avery's Single, wood and iron, plow.
Averv's Garden Plow.
At prices that any farmer can buy.
Call on COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Apr. 30, 18-tf.
Dry Goods and .Motions
Eerythino in Season !
NOW IN STORE
A MAGNIFICENT STOCK
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
VARIETY, EXCELLENCE AND CHEAPNESS
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.
BARGINSIN EITERY LINE.
A SPECIAL NOVELTY is the 5 CENT
COUNTER, nothing to compare with it in
Satisfaction given or money returned.
O. F. JACKSON,.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
July 9, 28-tf.
CREENVILLE, S. C.
Twenty-Fifth Session Opens Wednesday, Sep
temlber 10, 1879.
Expenses: Board, (lights and fuel in
cluded), Tuition, and Piano Lessons, per
Term of five months, $l117.50.
Full and experienced Corps of Instruct
ors. Superior social and religious advan-.
Senid for Catalogue, 1879.
A. S. TOWNES,
Aug. 6, 32-:lm. Presiden t.
obedsone Taylor & Co,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & Co.
1 A 3 Ilayne Street,
CHARlLESTON, S. C.
Will give all business their careful atten
tion. Consignments of Cotton solicited.
July 16, 29-3m.
Merchants, Mechanics, Agents and others
who wish'to make.ready money with a light
business can do so by selling Baruch's
Black Diamond Indelible Marking Pad, for
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YELLOW FEVER--BLACK VOMIT.
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the HEPATINE not only prevents to a cer
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ja The reports of wonderful cures of
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REMARKABLE CUR E OF SCROFULA,&c
CASE OF COL. ,. C. BRANSON.
KINGSTON. GA ,.Septeiber 15, 1871.
GENTS: For sixteen years I have been a
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I shall ever remain, -with the deepest grati
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J. C. BUANSON, Att'y at Law,
WEST POINT, GA., Sept. lo, 1870.
GENTS: My daughter was taken on the 25th
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With gratitude, I am, yours truy
WEST PotNT, GA., Sept. 16,187G.
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av DR. PEWRRR20N'S STTT.ITNGIA is
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IN THE SOUTH.
THE FALL SESSiON OF THE
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.,
OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 4, AND CON.
TINUES TWENTY WEEKS.
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 Depai1tment.
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Aug. , IN2&400
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