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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 3, 18T9.
INDEX TO NEW ADvERTISEMENTS.
S. F. Fant-Notice.
G. & C. R. R.-Reducel Rates.
Ifeuderson Williams-Estray Horse.
Aacbor Publishing Co.-Agents Wanted.
W. S. Tipton & Co.-The Mammoth Whitei
Ludden & Bates-Every Man Ili, Oin
0. L. Schumpert-Programme of Reunion
3d S. C. V.
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 30 P M
Down Train arrives .........12 42 P M
Laurens Train arrives........11 00 A M
494 9" leaves......... 1 40 P M
Up mail closes at.......... . - 1 00 PM
Down mail closes at..............12 15 P M
Laurens mail closes at...... ... 1 00 PM
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Jane. 2, 1879.
This paper may be fonud on fie 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
A child of Mr. A. P. Coleman, of
Edgefield County, died Saturday.
An infant child of Mr. Levi S. Bow
ers, of Prosperity, died Thursday.
A four year old child of Mr. Samuel
Glenn, living near Gilder's Creek, died
Mrs. Mary Jones, wife of Warren H.
Jones, and daughter of Mr. N. Pope, of
Columbia, died in town Saturday. She
leaves three children.
Mr. Ira Johnson, aged about sixty,
died at his home near Bush River
Church, Sunday of typhoid fever. His
step-mother, Mrs. Sarah Johnson, died
of the same disease two weeks ago, and
several of his family are down with it
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
Messrs. B. J. and J. L. Ramage, Capt.
R. H. Wright and wife, Mr. T. J. Mc
Crary, (with W. T. Tarrant,) have gone
North for goods.
THomPSON, Dent.ist,opposite Herald ofie
On Reunion Day-Thursday, the 4th
---will be in Cline's Grove, between
Newberry and Helena-about half a
mile from the Court House.
'Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-1y
The bridge over Bush River that fell
in with Mr. W. D. Reagin's wagon and
team a few weeks ago has been rebuilt
by Mr. R., at his own expense.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Are we forced to leave out our usual
variety of editorial mentions and news
items this week-our contributors tak
ing up the room.
Thirst no more, but visit the Foun
tain of H. A. Barns and be refreshed
at 5 cents a glass. Delicious Syrups of
all kinds and the coldest ice. 20-tf.
1.0O. Good Templars.
Isaac L. Purcell, G. W. S., of the I.
0. G. T.-colored-was on a visit last
week to the various Lodges in this dis
trict, of which there are ten. WV. H.
Coleman is the District Deputy.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. .___ 9-1y
Is covered with weeds and grass, and
sadly admonishes us of neglect. The
cost of cleaning it off would not be
much. Who will take round a sub
scription for so laudable a purpose?
Glenn Springs water on draught, at
H. A. Buuns'. tf.
The Newberry and the Enoree Gun
Clubs 'Will have their second match to
day (Tuesday) at the grounds of the lat
ter Club, near Mr. Monroe Wicker's
The Newberry shootists went out this
hoice lot of Teas just received at
low ,ices, at H. A. BuIcNs'. t f.
The Carolina Farmer,
Devote'd to the agricultural interests
of the two Carolinas, is published at
Wilmington, N. C., monthily, by Wmn.
H. Bernard. The Septeuber number
is to hand. Farmers wanting a first
rate agricultural journal should try this.
Ice will be kept for sale during the
season, and can be had at all times at
the Confectionery Store of H. A. Burns.
There will be noservices at the Meth.
odist Church next Sunday morning noi
evening, in consequence of the absenc(
of the Pastor.
At Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Ifdl, Thur-sday evening, Septen
er 4th, 1879. for the Benefit of the As
sociation. Readers: Maj. W. F. Nance,
Capt. A. P. Pifer, Silas Johnstone, and
John A. Chapman.
Go to H. A. Burns for your Confec
tioneries. Canned Goods, Tea, Spice,
Pepper, Laundi y Soap, Starch, Blueing,
Soda, Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, and alsc
a good assortment of Toys. 9-1Y
Dr. V. P. Clayton, of Shelton, S. C.,
has our thanks for copies of late West
We have received a catalogue of the
Due West Female College, a prosper
ous and most efficient institution.
With and without mortgage attach
ment, and Landowner's Liens.
For sale at
3-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
Wesley Williams, one of the three
negroes that bored out of jail last Octo
ber, was caught in Greenville County
Wednesday. Sheriff Wheeler brought
him down Saturday, and he is now in
jail awaiting trial. He is charged with
No showy advertisement is needed
to present the elaims of Coussens'
Honey of Tar, which has, by merit
alone, won its way to the confidence
of the people, and received their en
dorsement as the best remedy ever
known for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Bronchitis and all diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. Price 50 cents a
bottle. For sale by Dr. W.- E. Pel
The First Bale
Of new cotton was brought in Satur
day last by Mr. Jeff J. Lane. It
weighed -- pounds, and was bought
by Capt. J. W. Gary at 10 6ents. The
cotton crop is very backward; the first
bale was sold last year the 13th of Au
gust-raised by Mr. Mathias Miller.
Mr. J. C. S. Brown brought in a now
The Mammoth Whie Wheat.
The greatest eI.:.sity ever -seen.
Something never offered to the public
before-entirely new for this country.
The largest grains in the world. Four
times as large as any ever seen before.
Agents wanted. Samples and terms
WV. S. Twr~ox & Co.
36-2t. Cleveland, Tennessee.
Cousin Mattie Boyd's Concert,
A delightful time was had no doubt
at Pine Pleasant Church, near Kinard's
Ferry, on the 30th uIt., the occasion be
iga concert by the ChappelP's and
Saluda Old Town Classes of Cousin
Mattie . Sorry we could not at
tend. inarn that our amiable
'Couir e at the old homestead
Henry Harris, Sr., colored, left the
"Wheeler House" Thursday night with
out paying his bill. He was put in a
few weeks ago charged with stealing
corn from Mr. Robt. Campbell's field.
He got out by tearing oft' an old hasp
from his cell and with.it prizing off a
a board. He left word that he would
return in time to stand his trial at the
Location of the Monument.
The Monumental Association of New
berry County met in Thespian Hall
Monday morning to decide upon the
site for the Confederate Monumnent,soon
to be erected. It was resolved, unanm
nmously, to place it on the public square,
in front of the Court House-the very
best location, in our judgment, that
could have been selected.
M0ntion was made last week of a
few mild cases of measles in town. This
week we regret to record a case of
Diphtheria in the family of Mr. Albert
C. Sligh, and a number of severe cases
of whooping cough through the New
Chapel section of country, in the fami
lies of Mr. Boulware, Thos. Adams, Dr,
Cannon and others. Mr. Adams lost a
child by it.
A Good Livey
Is always 1known by his appearance.
A mair who liv4s dsorbortably at -home,
has tgood dinners, etc., will always show
it in his person. But there is anothei
liver more imaportant to man-it is the
bal liver-the liver that should regulate
the whole system. If that is out of fix,
man is good for nothing-can enjoi
nothing-to restore it to health, use Dr.
Gilder's Liver Pills. A few doses will
relieve you. 35-2m.
The reports that Mr. Pat Kirkland's
last Hendersonville excursion "busted'
at Sparhnburg were incorrect. Whet
the excursion train reached that poin1
on Saturday, 23d nit., there was no en
gine on hand that could carry it up tht
mountain g~ades, and the excursionists
in consequence, had to spend Sunda3
in Spartanburg. They went up Mon
day, and had a pleasant time.
Take Him by the Hand.
We cordially commend our young
friend Dr. HI. A. Ligon, of Columbia
to our friends and the people generall3
of Spartanburg. He has gone there fo:
the purpose of establishing a Drus
Saore a bnss he is thoroughly qual
In the Premium List of the Newberry
Agricultural and Mechanical Society
Mr. M. Foot is located at the old Chick
corner, the Columbia printer copying
the adveitisement of last year. The
Newberry public of course are aware
that he is in his new double brick store
in Amasoka, but the rest of mankind
may not be informed, and lie takes this
method of inviting thei there instead
of to Chick's corner of the hurUt dis
The O'Neall Bridge.
The bridge over Bush River at Lang
ford's (formerly O'Neall's mill) has been
pronoinced unsafe, and the County
Commissioners have posted up a notice
there that whoever crosses it does so at
his own risk. The road on which this
bridge is is one of the most travelled of
any leading into town, and it will be a
great injury to the business of Newber
ry, especially in cotton, if it be allowed
to remain as it is during the fall and
winter. The Commissioners say they
have no money to pay for rebuilding or
repairing it. Can't some arrangements
be' made to rebaild or repair?
A Good Horse Cone South.
Mr. F. W. Fant and wife, of S. C.,
who have been here with relatives, for
the past few months, left for home on
Wednesday Mr. Fant, while here,
was fortunate in securing the horse
Henry Clay, which he has taken South.
Henry Clay is six years old, by Ham
bletonian, out of a thorough-bred Mes
senger mare, and therefore has in his
veins, the best racing and trotting blood
of Kentucky. Henry Clay is sure to
make a. fine record in the Palmetto
State. He has a few colts here which
are h.rd to. beat.-Lichmond (Ky.)
Newberry Agricultural Society.
We have received the Premium List
of the second Annual Fair of the New
berry Agricuiltural and Mechanical So
ciety, to be held at Newberry C. H.,
commencing Wednesday, Oct. 22, and
ending Friday, 24th. The list em
braces everything that could be thought
worthy a place in a County Fair, and
the Premiums are very liberal.
In ante bellum times, when the ven
erable Judge O'Neill was president of
the Soeiety, Newverry had the best
County Fair in the State, and we don't
see why it should not be as good as
any now- Union Times.
It is a Mistaken Idea
That the cost of the county paper is
more than can be afforded. There is
no single man or family in the county
but can and shculd afford it. A very
little economy will save the cost of a
paper, which will prove a welcome and
instructive visitor for a year. A few
cigars less, or drinks, a plainer dinner,
in short in many ways the small amommit
can be sa'ved. There is really no ex
cse for not taking the county paper,
and sufficient cause for blame. If you
haven't the money save it, or sell some
thing, and by all means have the pa
per. Don't borrow information from
Every belle knowing the secret of
her success in society, is aware that
the face and form of venus would be
uattractive with an ungraceful car.
riage. Hencc, if she be afflicted with
Corns or Bunions, she readily avails
herself of the relicf afforded by Cous
sens' Lightning Liniment, which also
urcs Rheumatism, Lame Back, Neu
ralgia, etc. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelhamn.
Dots from Floyd Township
Mr. J. S. Floyd, with his family, and
Mr. S. E. Senn have returned from a
three week's trip to the mountains.
Mr. A. J. Longshore's new store
house has had the last touch of the paint
Five mad dogs met a bloody grave
The Belmont Rifles re-organized Sat
urday. W. G. Peterson, Captain; J.
S. Pitts, 1st Lt; E. H. Longshore 2d Lt;
G. A. Boozer, 3d Lt; M. G. Longshore,
. S. They meet twice a month for
Chills and fever are as plentiful as
blackberries mn June. Several eases of
Typhoid fever. PETE.
The 3d Regiment Reunion.
The indications are that there will he
a tremendous gathering in Newberry
Thursday, 4th, to attend the 3d: Regi
The barbacue is going to be a& big af
fair. Upwards of sixty carcases, be
sides mnoney,had been obtained Monday
morning, and the committees are still
at work securing more.
The Survivors will form in front of
the Court House at 10.30 A. M., and
march to the depot to meet the Laurens
Survivors who will come down on the
Laurens train. The procession will
then return to the Court House to listen
to whatever speeches may be made;
after which all will repair to Cline's
Grove to partake of the dinner.
Mr. F. Hancock is the finest painter
that Newberry has ever had; indleed,
we dloubt whether he has a superior in
the State. HIe has done a h:eat deal o~f
work about town that speaks for itself
and commands universal praise. -His
best work is that recently done on the
residence of 0. L. Schumpert, Esq. The
painting in the parlor is beautiful; the
window facings and doors being finish
ed in bird's eye maple, andl the walls
and ceilings ::escoed. The hall is fin
ished in much the same style. In the
other rooms arc various styles of grain
ing-walnut, oak, beach, Tennessee
R-~. Thex r~h? ~aacrPrQA eriti
Ready to Leave.
We drove out to Mr. Drayton Chan
dier's last Thursday, and found him
busy packing up. preparatory to leaving
for his new home in Grecnville county,
some three or four miles distant from
Chick's Springs. The very best of the
packing took place after our arrival and
about onc.o'clock, after the signal was
given that dinner-was ready. Most of
our readers know what a country din
ner consists of, therefore we -will not
enumerate the good things spread that
day, it is sufficient to say that the good
wife added another score to the reputa
tion of Beth Eden. We sincerely re
gret the departure of Mr. Chandler and
his amiable wife; may their new home
prov_ a pleasant one and their future
prosperous. They leave to-day.
Found in one of the water pipes of
Columbia last week we are able to trace
to Mr. E. R. Stckes. le came into our
office on Thursday last fresh from Hog
Back mountain in North Carolina, and
told us he had been there a month fish
ing for speckled trout, but had caught
little else than crawfish, which he des
cribed to be* as large as lobsters. It
can readily imagined that he sent one
of them to Dr. E. E. Jackson, who put
it up a spout. He spoke glowingly also
of the purity of the atmosphere in that
region, that a man could wear a shirt
two weeks, and then care nothing if the
washerwoman failed to come round.
Pure air and craw-fish have done more
for Stokes than all the doctors in Co
lumbia could do.
Mrs. Partington's Last.
" Mathew Hale Smith's new book.
1000 Prominent persons-men and wo
men-analyzed. The sensation of the
season. Now is the time for agents to
"Oh deary me," said the good old
lady, after reading the above advertise
ment, "just to think of bilin down a
thousand men and women. Whatever
did they want to know? something for
the material medical perfection. But,"
said she, wiping her spectacles, " it
mout have been worse, there were no
blessed babies in the mess. 0 Tempo
ral Moses! but the king of the Canni
bile Island ought to have been there.
The sensation of the season! no won
der, the globes of my brains seem ready
to bust my cradium. Agents wanted
to secure Territory! the beast, if he had
anything to do with it he ought to be
secured, and every sinner concluded in
it. This world is a fleetin shore."
Every Man His Own Musician I
"What's the good of md~ buyinIg a Piano
or an Organ ? I can't even play a jewsbarp,
tho' I love music mnity well. I wish to
goodness somebody would invent an infstru
ment that I could play." So say thousands
of~ genuine music lovers, and at last a mu
sical genius hais given them their heart's
desire. This ne w musical wonder, The Or
guinette, is no toy or humnbug, but the
most marvellous musical instrumenit of the
age. It plays IIymn TunesrQuadrilles,
Waltzes. Operatic Selections, or Popular
Songs with perfect.accuracy. A child can
play it. Has full sweet tone ; durable,-not
liable to get out of order ; weighs only 12
lbs. Price, with 6 Tunes, $10; extra
tunes 25 ets. each. Guaranteed to give
more satisfaction than any other instrument
in the world. Money refunded after 5
days trial if not satisfactory. Thous
ands already sold and not one returned.
Local Agents wanted in every Southern
city and village. For Illustrated Catalogues
and full particulars, address Ludden &
Bates, Savannah, Ga., Manufacturer's
Sole Southern Agents. 36-4t.
Judge Thompson telegraphed to the
Clerk of Court Monday morning to
open Court, that he would be down on
the train. Court was not opened, ais
the Clerk concluded that the Judge had
not noticed the amendment changing
the time. The Judge came down and
met the Bar in Major Baxter's office, to
consult about the amendment, which
appears to be ambiguous. The Act of
June, 1877, fixes the time for holding
the Fall Court at Newberry the first
Monday in September. This Act was
amended March 22, 1878. The portion
of the Act of June, 1877, fixing the
time for holding Court at Newberry
Sec. 7. The Circuit Courts of the Se
venth Circuit shall be held as follows:
The Court of General Sessions at
Newberry, &c., fixing the Fall Court
the 1st Monday in September.
The Court of General Sessions at Lau
The amendment of March 22, 1878,
says: Strike out all of the second clause
*of Section 7, after the word February
in said clause and insert, &c.
The ambiguity arises from using the
expression "the second clause." Which
is the second clause?
Court opens here the first Monday in
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
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 t'he atten
tion of the scientific world, yet whose
names are familiar in every household
in the -County:-of Newberry. Messrs.
Kinsland & 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 marn 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
thk ~id~ Af Mr~on's line and that their
The Liddell Engine Co.
Mr. J. G. Steele, of Rock 11il1, S. C., I
who represents Mr. John R. London, t
the general agent for this State, of the I
Liddel Steami Engine Co. of Charlotte, t
N. C., will be at Blease's Hotel for a
few days, where he will be pleased to I
see parties who contemplate buying I
Engines or other machinery, and will I
take orders for the same. The reputa
tion of this Company is vouched for by
the strongest testimonials.
Mr. James Rollison is working at the
blacksmith shop of Messrs. Butler &
C. ). Barksdale, Esq., son of Dr.
Jno. A. Barksdale, of Laurens, has
noved to Newberry, and is in the law
with his uncle, James M. Baxter, Esq.
Dr. W. K. Griffin, formerly of this
place but now of Greenville. with his
little son Charlie, has been here on a
visit to his father and. brother. He left a
on Monday to visit relatives in Edge
In our mention that Mr.. L. R. Mar- t
shall was in town last week we forgot
to state that he is travelling in the in- b
terest of the Temperance Standard. He t
will press his claims in a very temper
We are pleased to see Prof. Pifer at t
home once, and greatly improved by
his visit to Virginia. Mrs. P. and the
little boy will not return for some weeks
yet. The exercises of the Academy
will be resumed on the 16th inst., and
we hope that all the old and many new
pupils will answer to the first roll call.
Taking Time by the Forelock.
Coming events cast their shadows c
before, and already, through the mists
of months, the gladsome Holiday sea- L
son looms clearer day by day, filling I
the youthful mind with pleasing specu- t
lation, and causing materfamilias to
consider in what direction she can ex- I
ercise a little additional economy, C
whereby the money for presents may g
be forthcoming wheD required. And
just in the nick of time there comes to
hand a suggestion of how Johnny, and I
Mamie, and Flossie, and Charley may '
secure for themselves and by their own
exertions, the jack knives and work g
boxes, and writing cases, and tool
chests, for which their souls are long- t
ing; of how mamma may get that book
or parlor ornament she has talked
about so of cn ; and of how, by theirr
united exertions they may obtain a pre- (
sent wherewith to surprise and gladden
the soul of papa. .
For the publishers of EHIRIHS' FAsII
ION QUARTERLY are in the field with
the new premium list of their maga
zine; and all that mamma or children
(or papa either for that matter) need ,
do, is to send name and address on a e
postal card to Messrs. Ehrich & Co., of ~
287 Eighth Avenue, New York, when a
copy of the list will be mailed theni *
free, and they can appreciate for them
selves the advantages offered. , (
The FASHION QUARTERLY so exactly I
fills its place as a guide to economy in I
the household, and its subscription
price, only 50 ets. a year, is so very
trifling, that little difficulty should be
experienced in securing subscriptions;
and we have no doubt that thousands a
will gladly avail themselves of the op
portunity thus presented of securing i
some useful article at a very moderate
expense of time and trouble.t
The Fair Crounds and the Fair.
At.the risk of repetition and of being
tedious we propose to keep the matter
of our County Fair before the public.
In common with every citizen of the
County we desire to see a g.jand sue
cess this year. There is nothing 'lack
ing to insure this. It is an acknow
ledged fact that there is more enter
prise and prosperity to the square mile
in Newberry County than in any other
County in the State. Whenever the
people set their heads to do a thing they
do it in spite of difficulties. Notwith- e
standing the predictions of failure and
the scarcity of money the Agricultural
Society have secured and are now pre
paring grounds that, when completed,
will far excel anything of the kind inI
the State. The grounds, containing
eight acres,' are enclosed by a solid
plank fence, seven feet high. The
track, which is as smooth and as regu
lar as nature and art can make it, is
three hundred, and sixty yards in cri
samference, measuring from the outer
edge.. The entrance is from Main
Street; footmen going to the right and
vehicles to the left; there is also a gate
on the East side by which vehicles leave
the grounds. There will be no danger
of collisions, and no crowding and jost.s
ling. On the Northwest corner are t:he2
ticket office and committee rooms. The*
Exhibition Building will stand at the
South side of the track and in a few feet.
of it. This building will he two stories
high, 70 x 52 feet, with piazzas above
and below stairs 12 feet wide. The
building will be finished in the course
of a month or six weeks. On the lower
sie of the grounds, below the large
building, the oaks have been left for
shade. This portion will contain the
stalls. The well will be dug near the
large building. The Judges' and the
Music Stand will be erected in the cen
tre of the track. The sidewalk in front
of the grounds has been widened and
elevated; there will be a street forty
fet wide on the Eastern side of the en
closure from Main to Johnstone Streets,
and Johinstone Street, in rear of the
grounds, will be widened to sixty feet.
It is impossible to see how the commit
tee ounl have planned and executed
ve coincide fully in this opinion. Now,
et every man and woman in the Coun
y feel the pride and the interest in the
Fair that they ought to feel, and do all
hey can for the success of the coming
,xhibition. It is likely that there will
)e a large number of visitors and ex
iibitors from other Counties present.
lot then see what Newberry County
/arious and al About.
Cotton opens slow.
Cool weather last week.
Farmers want it warm and dry.
No peaches on market last week.
When you bring your cotton in please
emember your promise.
Crout will be plentiful this fall, the
abbage crop being good.
All those who have not sown turnips
re advised to do so immediately.
The lost Badge advertised in the Her
Id has been found. Pleased to hear it.
The first brick in the foundation for
be new hotel was laid on Thursday af
Chickens are getting a trifle scarce,
ut beef and mutton improve. Vege
The Newberry boys who went on the
ist excursion to Hendersonville got
be worth of their money.
A wagon load of yam potatoes, some
f them quite large, were brought in
hursday. $1 per bushel.
Farmers will do well to make all the
ay in their power. Cattle will need
this winter. Care pea vines.
Of barley and rye sow without stint,
nd manure generously to insure good
rops. Remember that corn is short.
Fodder pulling is about over, and we
ave not heard of any being spoilt. The
:ng drought reduced the quantity ma
A Newberrian who was- at Laurens
.st week says that there will be a big
rowd from that County at the Reunion
Richard opened the fish trade Friday.
ou need not go to him, he'll find you.
Vhiting, black, porgies, skip-jack, etc.
.ake your choice.
The sensible farmer will not neglect
luring leisure hours to prepare shelter
or his stock against approaching win
er. Good shelter saves fodder.
Mr. B. H. Cline is in luck. He occa
ies the distinguished position of Fore
aan of Jury No. 2, in the U. S. District
jourt at Greenville.
The most' favorable chance of the sea
on for visiting Charleston is nowv af
orded by our railroads. You can go
own Wednesday and return the 10th
or $3.55. So cheap.
It is said that a watermelon was rais
d in the hog town settlement which
vas large enough for a grown man to
rawl through. Will some one inform
s where hog town is situated?
Ratley, the lirber, it is said *ill oc
upy quarters among the capital B's:
~oozer, Burns and Boone. If Burns Is
oo hot for him, or Boone stamps him
~ver much, he can seek consolation of
loozer, further help canibe had of po
lason & Hamlin Organs. Endorsed by
over 100,000 Delighted Purchasers.
Not lowest priced, poorest and dear
st. BUT highest priced, best and
heapest. Cost but little more than in
erior organs. Give five times the sat
sfaction. Last twice as long. Victors
t all world's exhibitions.Acknowledged
est by all disinterested and competent
usicians. Solid facts, indisputable,
uch as no other organ maker in the
vord can substantiate. Glorious news
or purchasers. Gra.nd Introduction
ale. New Styles. New Prices. 6
tops, Elegant Case $80 ; Superb Mar
or Top Case, 10 Slops, only $100. 15
[ays trial. Freight paid both ways if
)rgan don't suit. Sold on easy terms.
tented until paid for. Delivered any
ihere in the South for $4 extra. For
all pai'ticulars, address LUDDEN &
lATES, SAVANNAH, GA., Managers
hoesale Southern Depot. Prices same
s at Factory. 35-At.
NEwBERRY, S. C., Sep. 2, 1879.
)rdinary........................ Sta 8.1
ood Ordinary.................. 8a 81
1ow Middling................... 9 a 91
?ddling ..............-........ 9a 93
lood Middling......... - .........10 a
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MA RTJIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 64
Side . C. R., New............'-6
)RY SA LTED MEATS
Shoulders New........ 5
Sides, C. k., New........... a 6)
..Sides, Long Clea........-.6
jCauvassed Hamns, (MagnolIia) 12
Lea, in Tierces...........1
"Leaf, in Bnckets............ 11
UGAR . -
Coffee C................... 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans yrup... 75
.New Orleans Mlasses. 40
Sugar House Molasses. .37
Young Hysen............ ... 1.0
Roasted or Parched... 3u
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a
White Wine vinegar.. 65
eRn- e....... ..8
e nn se ... ........
EA Bolted................. ...90
TAR CANDLES................ 15
~LOUR, per bbl.................6.0a 8.03
Hardware and Cutalery.
LOW PRICE COTTON,
The undersigned as to !ill attention of
the Farniers and Mechanies to their new
of all kinds,
Of the "Avery Patent."
Ak E S,
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
No. 3, Mollohon Row.
Jan. 1, 1879. 1-tf
Aug. 27, 35-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 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.
A pr. 30, 18-tf.
Notice to the Survivors of the
3d S. C. Regiment.
At a meeting of s,>me of the survivors of
the 3d S. C. Regiment, it was determined
that thxere should be a reunion of all those
who hadl heerp connec.ted with this Regi
ment, at Newberry Court House, South
Carolina, on .Thursday, the 4th day of Sep.
tember next. And the undersigned was
appointed as a Committee to most cordially
Samimonl EVERY COMRADE to be present on
that occasion, designed as it is to bring .to
gether air the Companies on that day.
There will be a barbecue provided for us.
Let all the survivors respond.
Y. J. POPE,
Adjutant 3d S. C. Regiment, Committee,
&c. Aug. 20, :34-3t.
THE BROWN COTTON GIli
Cleans the seed better, Runs Lighter,
Gins Faster and Costs Less Money (when
the quality is considered) than any other
Gin in the Market.
Every Machine fully and legally warrant
ed. 'Liberal termis to responsible buyers.
A sample Gin ean be seen at my store.
S. P. BOOZER,
Agent for Newberry Co.
Best Quality Rubber Belting from. 2 to
8. inches wide. Any other size furnished
on one week's notice. Gin Bristles, Twine
and Lace .Leather, and Gin Ribs furnished
for any Gin, on short notice.
All at -- S. P'BOOZER'S
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 12, 1879. 33-4t.
$1,500,000 to Loan.
We control the above sum to loan on
first class farmin; lands, plantations, and
business properties. ADDITIONAL cAPITAL
rocured for Merchants, Manufacturers and
We have purchasers for LARGE TRACTs of
TIMBER LANDs and L.ANDSsSuitable for coLo
Stocks, Bonds and Miscellaneous Securi
ties bought. and sold on commission.
FRED W. CISCO & CO.,
Bankers and -Brokers,
. .35 and 37 Broad St.,
Aug. 20, 34-4t. New York City.
Notice to Teachers of Public
The general examination of applicants
for teachers graded certificates for New.
bery County, for the year 1879-80, will be
held at Newberry Court House, on the fol.
lowing days, viz:
For whit6 applicants for i
First.Grade, Monday, October 6th, 1879.
Second Grade, Tuesday, October 7th, 1879~
Th d Grade, Wednesday, October 8th,1879.
For colored applicants for
First Grade, Thursday, October 9th, 1879.
Second Grade, Friday, October 10th, 1879.
Third Grade, Saturday, October 11th, 1879.
After the first day of November next all
certificates heretofore issued will be can
By order of the Board of Examiner? for
H. S. BOOZER,
A ug. 18, 1879-34--3t.eow
All creditors of the estate of Susan C.
Satterwhite, deceased, are hereby notified
to rendei in an account of their demands,
duly attested, as required by law, to the
undersigned or to my Attorney, Geo. S.
Mower, Esq., at Newberry C. H., S. C.
Executor of the last will and testament
of Susan (. Satterwhite.
Aug. 27, 35-3t.
This commodious edifice, situated ori
MAIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. CI., and
known as the
is now open, and invites the people one and
all to call and know what can be done at al
hours, to wit: Ar~ Extra Good Breakfast
~,,nra~r for TWENTY-FIVE
CREENVILLE, S. C.
Twenty-Fith Sesuiou Opens Wednesday, Sep
tember 10, 1879.
Expenses: Board, (lights and fuel in.
1luded), Tuition, :1( Piuo Le-sons, per
Term of five mouths, N.'117.51).
Full anm ('perienced Corps of Instruct
ors. Superior social and religious advan.
Send for Catalogue, 1874.
A. S. TOWNES,
Aug. t;, 32-m. President.
J. N. MARTIN & 0,
Agents for the -following POPULAR
The Taylor and Lummus Gins,
(Which are the same only in name.)
Gullett's Steel Brush Cotton
Cotton Bloom Cotton Gin,
- (Formerly named Magnolia.)
FEEDERS. for each of the above Gin.q.
. CONDENSERS" "
And, also, Agents for the
Winship Cotton Gin.
Call and Exme.
. July 9, 28-tf.
Fisk's. Patent Metal
ic Burial Cases.
AN0o, Walnut aud.Rosewdod CoffiJs ana
Ca-kets always on hziid.'
Will personally 4perintend the prepara
ion of graves, building of vaults, using in
their construction test hydralic cement,
reqdering .thm pqrfecUy waterproon
All orders promptly attended to Aay or
.Offic in rear of Leavell & Speers' Marble
L. M. SPEERS.
A pr. 23,,1879-J?-tf.
TIlE DlUE WEST' 1IEMALE~
The twenty-first year will open..October
The President and~ his famnily' williremain
in the College.
Rates have bedereduded. Tuition and
Boa.d, including washing and.fuel,-.for the
yeir, one hundred and sixty-two dollars.
For further pt-ticulars apply toithe-Pres
ident,.J. L. BONNER,
-August 15th, 1879. Due 4es,. C
F RE SHM COVER,
OIUIIRD GILAS SEgBS
FOR SALE AT
A ug. 13, : 3-tf..
GE9. Wr'WIELIAMS & Co.
1 A 3 Hayne Street,
CHARlLESTON, S. C.
Will give all business their cai-eful atten
tion. Consignmenta of Cotton solicited.
July 16, 29-3m.
STT OF2OT -AOIA
ByJcbB Feles Es.,;: Prbt0Jde
Wheeas E. P. ames s lr oh
Cirui Cour hah ae si om,t
ofAT ROber Stewat.~dCeA.NA
Thes Jacob B.herefr,eq Ptobte udge.ois
ofWhersieeas, .P he, haslro thean
Circui, Ceoret, ithmae Cout o Prbe,
gnt thi2Lndteay of Septmbenxtrai, afte
pbnicaton ohereli t E11t o'clockfete
Torenoone therewr caue and theyohave,
woy the said dmiceas,tat theyd ben
gapped, before m hnd this 9rbte,
oth22dday of pAr.eDmbrnei,,879.
puliato hB.of FELEt 11 'coc in the
foue.oon, 3to.wcue fayte ae
Nnytie iAdstaTionshoudS otS.e
granted. Given under my hand, this 9th
day of August, Anuo Donilni, 1879.
J. B. FELLERS, j* r. N. C.
Aug. 13, 33-4t.
Notice to Trespassers.