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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1879.
IwZx To NIW ADVCRTISURxTs.
Godey's Lady's Book.
Jas. H. Aull-Land for Sale.
H. H. Folk-Executor's Sale.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
Silas Johnstone-Master's Sales.
S. C. R. R.-Change of Schedcle.
Win. M. Werts-Guardian Notice.
G. & C. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
J. C. McCurdy & Co.-The Complete Home.
Mary Kempsou and others-Notice of
Sale of Real Estate.
SPEcIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
..!-communications of a personal character
must be paid for in advance
- The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.00 for six
months, 50 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
'r All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
This paer may be found on file at Geo. P.
Bowen & 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
Mr. W. W. Summers, living nea.
Kinad's Turn Out lost his only child, a
bright little boy about 4 years old, on
Thursday last by Diphtheria.
Mr. Geo. Werts died at the residence
of his uncle. Mr. David Werts, near
Dead Fall, Saturday of pneumonia.
He was about twenty-five years of age.
Lilius, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
E F. Griffin, Jr., of Newberry died
Thursday night, the 6th instant, of
rop, aged 5 years and 7 months.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-1y
The Newberry Brass Band
Has secured the contract for fur
ishing music at the State Fair. This
is a wise choice; our band is hard to
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-Gm.
Look out for the meteoric display
Thursday night the 13th. It is said
that it will be the sublimest sight ever
Choice lot of Teas just received at
low prices, atH. A. Bus'. tf.
la~ Newberry propose soon to build
a parsonage for their Pastor. They.
bave a beautiful location-part of the
church lot-and have nearly money
THoXPsos, Dentist, opposite Herald offie
The Southern Mechanic
Is the title of a neatly printed pam
phlet :devoted to Furniture and the
Mechanic Arts, published by Arthur
Rooney, Richmond, Va., and otherwise
fdled with interesting miscellany.
H. A. Burns has moved next to the
Post Offie.. 38-tf.
The Southern Cultivator
Should be in the hands of every far
mner in the County of Newberry. The
November number just out is a capital
paper brim full of articles on subjects
relating to. farm interests. It can be
had for $1,60 post..ge paid. Address
W. L. Jones, Athens, Ga.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
Will be conducted to-night (Tuesday)
at 7 1-2 o'clock in the Methodist
Church, under the control and direc
tion of the Young Men's Christian As
sociation. Suitable addresses will be
made by persons appointed to that
duty. The public generally are invited
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
A Treat in Store.
We are pleased to learn that Prof.
Willoughby Reade of London, will give
an entertainment in this place in a
short time, to consist of humorous and
dramatic recitations and personations
of comic character. Prof. Reade is com
mended in the highest circles as the
peer of any actor on the American
stage, and as a delineator of amusing
character is only equalled by Sol. Smith
Russell. A treatis in store for Newberry,
and due notice of the time will be given.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Gen. A. C. Garlington of Greenville
is in attendance at Court.
Mrs. St. Amand, of Charleston, a
daughter of Mr. Henry Blease, is on a
visit to her old home.
Mr. Geo. n. Smith of Spartanburg
Special Trains to the Fair.
A special excursion train left New
berry this (Tuesday) morning for Col
umbia. Nobody knew that the train
was to be run, and therefore, only a
few went. The trains will run to-mor
row. Thursday and Friday-leave New
berry at 7 A. M. reach Columbia 9.20;
leave Columbia 5 P. M. arrive at New
berry 7.20: $1.90 for round trip.
M. Foot & Son.
Glad to learn the pressure of business
has again sent North Mr. Abe Foot,
Junior member of this firm, to replenish
stock, for the benefit of their customers
and the public, in the markets of Bal
timore, Philadelphia, New York and
Boston, and no less pleased to know
that the liberal use of printer's ink has
contributed its share to the unprece
dented success in business this season
of M. Foot & Son. it.
It is said that the enterprising town
of Clinton is at peace with all the world
but Laurens, for the reason that she is
as much entitled to be a County seat as
her more fortunate neighbor. That
when a Laurens man visits Clinton he
is beset on all sides, but is finally taken
in and fed. Not so when the Clinton
ian goes to Laurens, he gets an un
limited quanity of chaff but nothing to
eat. He has to take his rations with
him or perish. We have this on the
authority of a rail road man. Will Bro.
Crews look into the matter and report ?
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. Oscar E. Johnson, of Charleston,
and Miss Lila L. Boozer, daughter of
Mr. S. P. Boozer, of Newberry, were
married Wednesday evening, the 5th
instant, in the Presbyterian Chureb.
The Groomsmen were. Messrs. W. W.
Johnson, J. R. Johnson and Wm. Lu
cas, of Charleston, and Sam'l A. Boozer,
F. A. Sale, G. G. Sale and 0. B. Mayer,
Jr., of Newberry; the Bridesmaids,
Misses May Boozer, Katie Ewart, Katie
Mayer, Cora Kingsmore, Alice Mayer,
Elvira Ramage, of Nevoerry, Gussie
Hood, of Due West, and Mary Boozer,
of Clinton. Ushers, Messrs. L. W.
Jones and J. F. Hobbs.
What is the Matter ?
Why so pale, so languid ? Are you
sick ? Evidently, your liver is not do
ing its duty. You cannot live in com
fort or peace until you are relieved.
Go to the nearest drug store and buy a
box of Dr. Gilder's Liver Pills. A few
doses will restore you to perfect health,
and give a rosy tint to your cheek.
The Week of Prayer
Of Y.. M. C. A., with the following
subjects, will be observed this week:
Nov. 10, Monday, at Y. M. C. A.
Hall-A moral young man weighed
and found wanting: Mark x, 17-22.
Nov. 11, Tuesday, at Methodist
Church-The son of a Godly father
who went astray: II Chron. xxxii, 33;
Nov. 13. Thursday, at Baptist Church
-The secret of a young man's success
in business: Gen. xxdix, 1-6, 22. 23.
Nov. 14, Friday, at Lutheran Church
-A highly favored man and his terri
ble end: Matt. x, 1-4; Luke xxii, 3-6,
47, 48; Matt. xxvi!, 3-5; Acts i, 16-20.
These services will commence at
7 1-2 o'clock P. M., and the public,
especially the young men, are cordially
invited to attend.
Thexame of Miss Annie Hill was on
the programme of last evening's con
cert for the benefit of the yellow fever
sufferers, but having contracted a se
vere cold, her friends feared she would
be unable to fulfill her engagement.
However, she appeared and sang Er
nani Involami'in tones so clear, and
with such artistic execution, that she
received a hearty encore. I was ena
bTed to dothis, she said, by using Cous
sens' Honey of Tar, the best compound
in the world for clearing the voice, re
lieving hoarseness, curing coughs and
colds. Price 50 ets. For sale by W.
E. Pelham. eow
Worthy of Attention.
We advise all our readers, whether
they own a foot of land or not, to sup
ply themselves with that treasure of
useful, practical, reliable information,
the American Agriculturist, so named
because started 88 years ago as a rural
journal, but now enlarged to embrace a
great variety of most useful reading for
the Household, Children included, for
the Garden, as well as the Farm-for
ll classes. Each volume gives some
B0 original Engravings, with descrip
tions of labor-saving and labor-helping
contrivances, of plants, fruits, flowers,
animals, etc., including many large and
pleasing, as well as instructive, pictures
or young and old. The constant, syste
matie exposures of Humbugs and Swind
ling Schemes by the Agriculturist are of
great value to every one, and will save
o most persons many times its cost.
Altogether, it is one of the most valua
ble, as well as cheapest, Journals any
where to be found. The cost is only
1.50 a year, or 4 copies for $5. Single
numbers 15 cents. Subscribe at once
for 1880. and receive the rest of this year
free, or send 3-cent stamp for postage
an a specimen copy. Address Orange
Judd Company, Publishers, 245 Broad
way, New York.
Stop it at ne. If you see yon:
Murder at the Circus- -
Mr. S. B. Monroe, who lived near
Martin's Depot, Laurens County, was
murdered on the circus grounds, near
the depot, Friday night. He was seen
by several persons after the perform
ance was over. When last seen alive
he was near the engine talking to one
of the circus men. About three-quar
ters of an hour afterwards Tom Wilson,
a colored man, went out to where the
tents stood to rake up the hay that was
left. He came and told the police that
there was a man lying down out there
drunk. On going to the place they
found he was dead. An examination
showed that he had been struck on the
back of the head and his skull erushed.
His watch, pistol and money were gone
-his pockets had been turned inside
out and part of his watch chain, broken,
was hanging to his vest. The deed
was no doubt done for the purpose of
robbery, and the circumstances seemed
to prove that the intention was only to
stun and not to kill. His hat was near
him filled with water. and some water
had been poured on his face. Trial
Justice Carlisle summoned a jury and
held an inquest over the body. No evi
dence tending to fix the crime could be
Mr. Monroe was thirty-one years of
age, and was a very clever gentleman.
If you have Corns or Bunions, use
Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
can trip the light fantastic with ease
and grace. It will also cure Rheuma
tism, Lame Back, Sprains, Bruises, etc.
On animals, for Galls, Spavin, Ring
bone etc., it effects a speedy and per
manent cure. Remember Coussens'
Lightning Liniment. Price 50 cts. For
sale by W. E. Pelham. eow
Godey's Lady's Book for December
Closes the year 1879 with flying col
ors. The publishers have more than
fulfilled their promises made in Janua
ry, each number of the year as it has
succeeded has exceeded the last. In the
December number we have an exqui
site steel plate, from Darley's original
design, suitable to the season, remind
ing us to whom we should render hom
age at the cheerful Christmas gather
ings. In addition is a beautiful colored
winter scene, and a double page of
dainty trifles for Christmas presents, at
nce beautiful and suggestive. The
ammoth Colored Fashion Plate is
ery fine, and the costumes of great
aste and beauty. Besides this, are sev
ral pages of fashion patterns of arti
les to help a lady in making a tasteful
ad becoming toilet. The pages of lit
rary matter are very choice-two
hristmas tales and poems, a continua
ion of the series of "Representative
Women," and several pages of the in
eresting novel, "A Rosebud Garden of
irls." The recipes for a Christmas
Dinner make the mouth water, and in
very department is shown the beauty
ad finish that characterizes every is
se of Godey's Lady's Book. The pub
ishers promise a still better book for
880. It is a mystery how they can
ake one, but if they say so, they will
The following criminal business was
ransacted in the Sessions Court last
State vs. H. C. Moses; Failing to turn
ver moneys as retiring Clerk to his
uccessor in office-Continued.
State vs. William Sheppard, Wesley
Williams and Robert Bangle; Grand
State vs. Perry Jones; Grand Larce
State vs. Watland Smith; Assault
with intent to kill-Continued.
State vs. General Mayer-No Bill.
State vs. Henry P. Dominick; Bas
State vs. Taylor Williams; Perjry
State vs. Jefferson Livingston; Grand
State vs. Thomas Green; Libel-rn -
State vs. Wesley Boozer; Appeal
from Trial Justice-Continued.
State vs. Thomas Green; Grand Lar
eny-Guilty. 3 years in penitentiary.
State vs. Charlotte Gary; Assault and
State vs. Charles N. Ruff; Bastardy
State vs. Jacob Litzsey; Bastardy
State vs. Louisa Nance; Grand Lar
eny-Guilty. 18 months in peniten
State vs. Henry Harris and Henry
Brown; Stealing from the freehold
State vs. Murphy Irby; Grand Lar
eny-Guilty. 5 years in penitentiary.
State vs. Lewis Caldwell; Cow Steal
State vs. Wesley Williams; Grand
.arceny-Guilty. 2 years in peniten
State vs. Moses Spearman; Appeal
from a Trial Justice-Continued.
State vs. Philip Epstein; Appeal from
State vs. Sidney Reading; Appeal
from Trial Justice-Not guilty.
State vs. Samuel Dominick; Stealing
otton from the freehold-Not guilty.
This closed the week.
Yesterday (Monday), William Booz
r, charged with murder, in killing Lu
ther Kinard the 6th of October, walked
ito the Court House and delivered him
self to the Sheriff. His trial then be
gan. He was defended by Messrs. Geo.
Johnstone and Pope & Fair.
The State proved the killing, and
~ AXa,i~ nviwwl t.h~it when Boozer
Court adjourned for recess, Mr. Cham
pion, one of the jury was too sick to sit
after recess, and the case was adjourned
till this (Tuesday) morning. We go to
press before the verdict; suppose it is
no impropriety to predict that it will
be "not guilty."
The Place to Go.
Visitors to the State Fair are invited
to inspect the large and complete stock
of Messrs. Kingland & Heath, opposite
the Columbia Hotel, and next door to
Mr. Duffie's book store. This stock is
the largest in the State,!and embraces
every article known in the china,
crockery and glass ware lines, and all
necessary housekeeping articles, while z
the display of fancy goods is attractive I
beyond description. The full assort- I
ment kept by this house and the low I
prices, give it a reputation second to 4
none. Do not fail to give it a call.
Various and all About
Sudden cold snap.
Wood is now in demand.
Cotton pickers never had a more
The cotton crop will be larger than j
The whole vield it is estimated will 6
be a half million more bales than last 1
Women have been admitted tc the 6
bar in eight States. We sincerely pity A
In eight years the manufactories of y
Chicago have more than doubled their b
For nice confectioneries and fresh fi
canned goods go the new store of A. C. ti
The County Treasurer reports fewer t]
delinquent tax-payers this year than 0
The new hotel is getting out of reach
of the curious. The walls are nearly f
If you are sick and would be better, L
play with a mule's hind legs and he
will heel you.
The only good thing we have beard
said of Zack Chandler is that he was
a good father-in-law.
The Council have placed a neat and a
substantial foot bridge over Scott's tl
Creek on Caldwell Street. c
You can go down to the Fair any
time this week, and need not return V
until the 18th.
The talk now is about erecting a
monument to Adam, and subscriptions b
are only to be received from relatives-.r
Mr. B. H. Lovelace says that the p:
latest births are not all girls. He can
show a twelve p,on.nd boy. Good. 5'
A lot of miscellaneous books andd
bandsome pictures in frames sold at"
cost at the HERALD Stationery Store. I
Good oak wood is very scarce in
town and especially at this office. A b
few loads will be highly appreciated. f
The time for sausage and spare ribs
approaches. A farmer at the Jalapa t
and Beth Eden cross roads has already '
Girl babies are the style now, and old
probs. says itijs the sign of long peaee.u
When war clouds are seen all the babies
are born boys. i
Dimpled sheeks mit eves off pine,
Mout' like id vas moisd mid dew,
Und leedle teeth shust peekin' droo
Dot's der babv. -
A quire of paper and bunch of en
elopes in a neat box can be had at
5 ets. and all the way up to $1 at the M
ERALD Stationery Store. k
Messrs. Thos. W. Holloway, of Po- E
aria, and Jno. T. Bynum, of May- is
inton, have been reappointed as Trial al
Jstices for this County.
Children are more or less selfish, but 0:
he worst case on record is that of the
oy who complained because his mother
laced a larger mustard plaster on his sp
rother than she did on him. cc
An excursion train was run from -
Abbeville to Newberry Friday, to en- I
able the people of that section and
aong the line of the road to see Cole's
ircus. Quite a crowd come down.
The case against Hugh Workman,
ohn Wallace and others, charged with nx
iot, &c.. in town tbe 4th of September, (*
as been settled by the parties paying g
H. A. Burns' cod fish mixed with r
rish potatoes makes an excellent u
reakfast dish. He has also canned P
ackerel of the very first water, and
any other nice things. 1t. t
ow fades the glimmering landscape on the
Now fades the fly, the gnat and all the rest;
ow walks the streets, oh painful sight to
The man whosr. winter ulster shrouds his
summer vest. C(
We like to be accommodating and
specially to the ladies, and regret very wv
mch not being able to gratify a party be
last week who wanted to go up stairs.A
'here is no up stairs to the HERALD on
We saw a basket of fine beef the of
ther day which was being conveyed Ia:
o a minister's house as a present. If
here were a little more of such kind
menities practiced it would be all the
heon' ie it jurywman ctsut Wed
n*dyh a etigsae n e
efday thelte was otin bhae side his
nme was led. wasnbts side hise
Wroh , lnn aei te
tame was called. He wants to hire I
ome one to swear for him.
Purchasers of the JuJius Smith Lands.
Town Lots-No. 1, (Leonard's) A.
U. Bowers, $2,805; No. 2, Stable lot,
J. N. Fowles, $265; No. 3, fronting on
Friend St.. Mrs. N. C. Harris. $125;
STo. 4. fronting on Pratt St.. S. P. Baird,
485; No. 5, Mill lot, R. H. Anderson,
11,000; No. 6, Crawford lot, 9 4-10
tcres, - ; No. 7, Helena lot, 2 acres,
W. A. Fallaw, $235.
The O'Neall Lands-No. 1, 33 1-2
tcres, G. A. Langford, $1,095; No. 2,
;0 1-2 acres, same, $900; No. 3, 39
eres, same, $460; No. 4, 25 acres,
ame, $640; No. 5, 32 acres, same,
The Jail Bottoms-No. 1, 1 53-100
icres, G. M. Girardeau, $210; No. 2.
. 53-100 acres, Howard Brown, $300;
Zo. 3, 5 1-5 acres, J. Y. Harris, $1,000;
qo. 4, 4 1-10 acres, M. A. Carlisle,
'275; No. 5, 4-10 acre, Mrs. N. C. Har
is, $95; No. 6, 2 1-10 acres, Jno. R.
"hompson, $485; No. 7, 1 1-10 acres,
D. S. Coppock, $150.
Little River Lands-No. 1, 297 3-4
cres, Jno. A. Werts, $1,360; No. 2,
10 acres, same, $1,200; No. 3, 107 1-2
cres, Ben Dembow, $830.
The Bush River Tract, 203 acres, N.
'. Johnson, $920.
Lexington County Lands-No. 1, 115
6-100 acres, J. L. Amick, $875; No. 2,
79 acres, D. H. Wheeler, $1,300; No.
, 131 3-4 acres, same, $1,100; No. 4,
0 acres, same, $200.
11 About Home.
"THE COMPLETE HOME." Mrs. Julia
[cNair Wright's new book, just published
y J. C. MCCURDY & Co., of Philadelphia,
as received the warimest commendations
-om the Press and Clergy in all sections of
The following extracts clearly indicate
iat it is a %ork of sterling merit.
The Christian Advocate says:-A book
f more practical utility will seldom, if
ver, be found outside of inspiration.
The Presbyterian says:-The prevailing
ture of the book is its good sense, and
lien we say this of such a book we pay it
ie highest compliment we can imagine.
is true everywhere to the Evangelical
The Journal and Messenger, Cincinnati,
., says:-We believe that it would be of
aspeakable benefit to every family in our
.nd could it be read not only by fathers
ad mothers, but by sons and daughters as
iey are grzwing up. Its healthy tone, its
immon sense and truthfulness commend
,and can but render it of the highest
The N. Y. School Journal says :-In this
ok we have all the lights and shadows
iat go to make u.p the picture of a real
one. It imparts instruction in the whole
oge of domestic government in the most
leasing and effective manner.
The Mo. Republican says :-This is es
mtially a home book. It must have been
ictated by a heart that has been baptized_
Sthe beauty of the holiness of home.
* * The sentiment of the book is
fty while the style is natural, cheerful,
sy and fluent, and tbe pages are so many
right pictures of domestic quiet and comn
Rev. Dr. March says :-It is so well writ
n that it cannot be read without bringing
veetnessiand light into somebody's home.
From the above, it will be seen that this
a sensible, beautiful, and extremely val
ble book. Its sphere is wide as the
orld itself and it will exert a powerful in
ience for good in every home into which I
Agents for its sale are wanted every
This commodious edifice, situated on
AIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., and
iown as the(
now open, and invites the people one and a
I to.call and know what can be done at all
>urs, to wit: An Extra Good Breakfast, y
nner, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIVE
Forty or fifty regular boarders will be
ken at proportionately low rates.(
The convenience of location, exce lIent K
ri..g water, well furnished table, etc.,
mmend this house to every one.
Oct. 16, 42-tf. I
17 CH EA PES T AND EBE ST! !.
PULL-SIZE PAPER PATTEENS !
l5 A SUPPLEMENT will be given in every
iber for 1880, containing a full-size pattern S
Sa ady's, or child's dress. Every subscriber
1 receive, during the year. twelve of these
terns, worth more, alone, than the subs3rip
'PETERsON'S MAGAZINE"' contains, every
ar, 1,000 pages, 14 steel plates, 12 colored Ber-n
t patterns, 12 mammoth colored fashion plates,
eof music, and about 900 wood cuts. L,s
inpal embellishments arej
SUPERB STEEL ENGRAVINGS!
[ts immense circulation enables its proprietor
spend mere on embellshments, starias, &r'.,
n any other. It give! more f.>r the money,
d combines more merits, than any in tne
rld. In 1880, a Nzw FEATUBE will be intrC
ced in the shape of a series of
SPLENDIDLY LLUSTRATED ARTICLES,
ITS TALES AND NOVELETS
-e the best published anywhere. All the most
pular writers are employed to write original'v
e"Peterson." In 1880, FIVE -ORIGINAL
)PYR[GHT NOVELETS will be given, by
n S. Stephens, Frank Lee Benedict, Frances
:dgson Burnett, &c., &c., and stories by Jane
Austin, by the author of "Josiah Allen'st
ife,' by Rebecca Harding Davis. and all the
it female writers.
&XOTH COLORED F&SHION PLATESy
iead of all others. These plates are engraved
steel, TwICE THE USUAL sIZE, and are Un-a
aled for beauty. They will be snperUly col-]
d. Also, Household and other recsipts; ar
Ies on "Wax-Work Flowers,'' 'Management
Infnts;'' in short everything interesting to
CEEYs (Always in Advance) $2.00 A YEAB.
a- Unparalleled Offers to Clubs. .!.r
Copies for $8.50; 8 Copies for 34 50; WIth a -
py of the premium picture, 24x20, a costlyjj
el engraving, "WAsnINGToN AT VALLEf
'GE," to the person geting up the Club.
SCopies for 86.80; 6 Copies for $9.00; with
extra copy of the Magazine f,;r 1880, as a te
smium. to the person getting up the Club.t
SCopies for 38.00; i Copies for 310.50; with
th an extra copy of the Magazine for 1880, f
Iitepeimpcue t h esngtigs
dthe preub. pitr,twhesngtig-s
rtae Clubs Stlwrae nueet!h
rLarer Clusti~l Grete IndEmeOnt!h
306ess Cestnut LS. PiaEERSO, i
306Seimn Chesnt rts, Pifladtelpin for.
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NEWBERRY, S. C., Nov. 11, 1879.
Ordinary...... .................... a
Good Ordinary ..................... a
Low Middling ......................10 alo
M iddling........................... 10"a10l
Good Middling .....................1o a1o
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New ...... 5
Shoulders, Sugar Cured..... 6
Sides. C. R., New............ 6
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 5
Sides, C. R., New........... a 6;
Sides, Long Clear........... 61
Uncanvassed IHams.......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 10
Leaf, in Buckets............. 11
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C...................... 10
New Orleans Syrup ..75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
Cuba Molasses......... 60
'EA- Sugar House Molasses. 37
LLSPICE........ ...... 25
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
;ORN- White Wine Vinegar.. 65
0OAP............................... 6a 10
TARCH............................. 10a 16
TAR CANDLES................... 15
LOUR, per bbl............... 6.00a 8.00
EARL HOMINY.................. 5
"ANDY ..... .............. 15
"ONCENTRATED LYE.......... 15
1ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
;EA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
LXLE GREASE...................... 10
'OBACCO.................. 60a 1.25
IAILS (10) eg....... ......... 3.50
3AGG Hvy................. 121.
VPROW TIES, per bunch............ .2 50
tED CLOVER SEED-per-lb...... 20
LED OATS-per hu...........40a
Books and Stationery.
S CET YOURy
AT THE STORE
.ROUND TH CORNER
Mewberry Herald Building.
Eegal Cap, Bill Cap, Foolscap, Flat
Cap, Letter, Note, Bill Head,
Letter and Note Head, Sil
ver, Gold, Tissue, Col
ored Shelf and Mu
mall Pay, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10,
white and Colored and Congress
ens, Inks, (black, blue, carmine,)
encils, flat and round rulers, pock
t and desk Inkstand1s, letter and
aper Clips, Paper Fasteners, rub
~er bands, Pencil Cases, Pen Staffs,
~aper Weights, Erasers, Indelible
nk, Pencil Sharpeners, Files, Bill
lolders, Backgammon B o a r d s,
leck men, Chess, Perforated and
~ristol Board, Blotting pads, and
variety of other articles, which if
ou don't see
PLEASE ASK FOR !
EISIDE AND llRER'S
ppleton's Handy Volumes!
LARCE VARIETY !
PLENDID ASSORTMENT-FROM 50 ets.
UP TO $10. PRETTY CLASP BIBLE
ONLY '75 CENTs.
knd Pocket Memorandums!
VA RIOUS STYLES AND SIZES!
CHEAP AND GOOD.
lhotos & Ailto. Albuis
DIFFERENT STYLES AND PRICES.
ggyIf you want satisfac
ion and trade prices, and a
ariety to select from, buy
our goods from a regularly
ppointed Stationery Store.
f you don't see what you
rant ask for it.
T. F. GRENEKER,
issolution of Partnership.
The undersigned having sold his in
resL in the firm of 0. B. BUTLER & GO.
RI. HI. ANDERSON, all debts due the
-mu to October the 15th, 1879, must be
ttled by the 15th of November, 1879, at
iich date they will be placed ini the
.nds of a collector.
J. NEWTON kOWLES.
Te ndrsrigned having purchased the
Dry Goods and .1olions
HATS, SHOES, &c.
NEW FALL STOCK
WRIGHT & . W. CPPOCK
Invite attention to their elegant stock of
Clothing & furishing Goods,
Both in Quality and
Suits Fine, Medium, Common,
LOWER THAN EVER.
CIVE US A CALL.
WRIGHT & J. W. OPPOCK,
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 1, 17-1y.
Now aud Oesirable Stock
Soap, Starch, Soda,
~E IR TT 1 Tz is
OF ALL KINDS, to be found at
A, C. JONES',
Next Door to Pelham's Drug Store,
Nov. 5, 45-2mn..
0. B, BUTLER & 00,,
The undersigned hatve associated together
for the purpose of conducting a MAU.t1INE
SHOP and GRIST MILL, and will give par.
ticular attention to
Repairing Engines and Boilers,
and persons having work of this kind to do
will find it to their advantage to patronize
s. SATISFACTION GUA Ra NTEED.
We are also Agents for
ENINES, TllRESH IRS,&0,
OUR GRIST MILLS
Are running daily, turning out the best
>f Meal, and Mek-hants can rely on being
supplied at all times and AT THE LOW
Mr. JAS. ROLLISON, the weil known
Blacksmith, is with us and is assisted by a
Mr. THOS. CHAPM A N, late of Jalapa, is
on Land to do work in his line.
0. B. BUTLER.
R. IT. ANDE'PRON.
Nov. 5, 45-3mi.
STEAM MILL AND LiINB
By order of the Stockholders of The
ewberry Steam Mill Company, I will sell,
t public outcry, within the legal hours of
ale, ON THE FIRST DAY OF DECEM
ER, (Sale-day) 1q79, the following pro
erty of said Company, to-w it :
The Mill, Gin House, Saw M11 and Screw
-including the Engine and all other Ma
hinery, fixtures and appurtenances to them
elonging. And, also, the tract of land on
hiti they are situate, lying within one
ile of Newberry Court House, and con
aining 97 ACRES, more or less.
On the following terms: One-third cash
-the balance payable in two equal instal
ents, in one and two years from day of
sae, with interest from said day. The
redit portion to be secured by the bond of
the purchaser and mortgage of the premises
with power of sale, and further by a policy
f Insurance effected for 2 years upon the
buildings and machinery to the amount of
hree-fourths of the credit portion, in such
ompany as I may direct, and for the, bene
fit of The Newberry Steam Mill Company,
such polhcy to be delivered to me upon my
xecuting to the purchaser the deed to the
Toerm .of sale to be complied with within
ten days from day of sale, or the property
o be resold at the risk of the former pur
haser. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. FOLK,
President N. S. M. Co.
Nov. 5, 45-4t.
One Hundred Raw Hides,
At P'INE GROVE TANNERY.
VIARTIN & MOWER,
Oct. 15, 1879. 42-tf.
ny Book or Article
V., d~L~ ~i,m~nu.m I hin
Dry Goods antid Aions.
OY GOOS EMPORIUM!
11-.pectfully annomive that. their assort
STAPLE AND FANCY
LADIES' FINE SHOES
IS NOW OPEN,
And in%:tw an early nsp--tion by their
friends and customers.
With thanks 'or past favors we respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same.
Oct. 15, 42-if.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS!
onogYards and Sholrrofits,
NO. 5 MOLLOHON ROW,
Have just opened and will contlue dur
ing the season to receive the latestad best
Staple and Fancy Goodi,
Dress Goods, White Goods,
Hosiery, Gloves, &c.,
Together with a superb assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Youths.
Our stock is fresh, is in large and com
plete variety,and was bought low with a view
ra sell ad not to keep, therefore the pab-,
lic of Ne wberry may be confident of geuing
the best at the very lowest prices.
CALL AND BE CONVi CED
THAT WE MEAN BUSINESS.
TERMS POSlI lIELY CASH.
Sep. 24, 39-tf.
The subscriber having bought the stock
f the firm of J. Taylor & Co., m.:11 continue
o conduct the business in all of its various
PAINTING AND TRIMMING,
Al of which will be done in first class style.
I have a choice and well selected stock
f seasoned material and will build -
Double and Single Seat
for sale and to order, of any style or pat
ern, prompi,ly, and guarantee satisfaction,
s I will employ none but the best and
ost care ul workmecn; and spare no pains
o make my work first class.
OLD CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES reno
ated and made to look equah o new.
REPAIRING done in the best manner
nd with dispatch.
HORSESHO.EING and PLANTATION
ORK promptly done.
All of the above will be executed
T LOEST AHPRICES.
A liberal patronage respectfully solicited.
Shop Opposite Jail,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.
Is hereby given that the following per
sons have undrawn div'dends frc n t'he as
sets of the Citizens Savings Bank, Bank
rupt, to their credit, payable at the Na
tion Bank of Newberry, S. C. Unless these
dividends are promnptly drawn application
ill be made to the Court to have the same
made a part of the common fund for the
purpc. 1s of a Sinal dividend, and to exclude
from that dividend those who have failed
o present their claims.
Anna Boyd, Dr. D. A. Cannon, J. R.
Chatham (coin), J. R. Chatham, M. E.
Cline, Butler Furguson, Mrs. A. A. Floyd,
N. C. Harris, Paul Langford, Sophia Living
stone, Rev. Simon Miller, G. W. Rodel
sperger (coin), G. W. Rodelsperger, And.
Sampson, Treasurer (coin), H. B. Spear
'ran, Francis Summer, Addr, Mrs. Sarah
Wicker, G. F. S. Wright.
Trustee Citizens Savings Bank.
Nov. 5, 45-3t.
Al persons holding demands against the
state of Joseph Duckett, deceased, are re
uired to present the same, attested as the
aw requires, to the undersigned, or their
Aon-.s, Pona & Fair, at Newberry C. H.,