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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1879.
IXDNX To NEw ADVNaRIMXRTI.
The Southern Cultivator.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sale.
John K. Gary-Guardian Notice.
I. W. England-The Sun for 1880.
M. B. Bateman, >.-Oysters! Oysters!!
A. J. McCaughrin & Co.-Peravlan Guano.
E. S. Keitt-Notice to Board of Equaliza
M. Foot & Son-Important-Peace in the
Wm. Langford and G. A. Langford-Ex
William C Davis and S. A. Hunter-Ex
F. Werber, Jr.-Keeper and Physician to
Poor House-Land to Bent.
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Dgwn Train arrives ........... 1 11 P M
Up Train a .ives............... 2 34 P M
Lauens Trin arrives. ...... 9 30 A M
S " leaves........ 4 00 PM
U,ma clol at.......... 2 05 PM
Dowamg Clow 45Pt......... 12 4PM
Laurlgmail clo 3a........300 P M
. W. BOONE, P K
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 3, 1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Frank Smith, a German. who has
been employed at the Livery Stables of
Messrs. Christian & Smith for a year or
two past, died Friday morning of pneu
monia. He was about thirty years of
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Wmn. Boozer, tried last week for
murder in the killing of Luther Kinard,
col., Oct. 6th, was found "not guilty."
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
*The total valuation of personal prop
erty in this County, including polls, is
$972,265-the number of polls is 4,846.
.Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
Gov. Simpson has appointed Thurs.
day, the 27th instant, as a day of thanks.
giving and prayer.,.
Many thanks to our worthy Congress
man D. Wyatt Aiken for a batch of in
terestdng Congressional documents.
H. A. Burns has moved next to the
Post Office. 38-tf.
"The Grand Meteoric Display"
Did not come off the night of the 13th
is advertised, and the many persons
1who sat up till long after midnight
awaiting the performance were dis
Choice lot of Teas just received at
low prices, at H. A. BUENS'. tf.
*Only Four Per Cent.
Tb assessment in this County has
beenY 'seonly 4 per cent., and not 10
as previously stated, and this app.hes
only to the country-no change bemng
made in incorporated towns.
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.
Ran three times for the Presidency
and got beat every time; but his name
sake, Mr. Frank W. Fant's horse, 1i
more fortunate. He trotted severa.
races in Columbia last week, and cam'
out ahead every time.
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes
All prices. Cheap. 9-ly
The ladies of the Methodist Cburc
we learn propose to give a pleasant en
tertainment very soon in the shape.of
Hot Supper. Due notice will be give'
as to time and place. The young me;
are advised to save their dimes.
Go to H. A. Burns for your Confe(
tioneries, Canned Goods, Tea, Spice
Pepper, Laundry Soap. Starch, Bluemg~
Soda,. Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, and als
a good assortment of Toys. 9-1;
We invite attention to our frien
Bateman's card in this paper, and tak
pleasure in saying that he can and wi]
supply all demands in this line. HI
keeps none but the best of oyster
Send your orders to him.
- Among the swine exhibited at th
State Fair was a pair of Poland Chin
raised by Capt. C. B. Sigwald, <
Charleston, which attracted universa
. atention. We have seen fatter hog
but none which could compare wit
- them, and we are pleased to notice the
they took a premium.
Mr. J. W. C. Bell, of Hopeweli, w:
badly burned, in an attempt to separal
Special notice was made last week
that Mr. Abe Foot had been forced
through the pressure of circumstances
to go North for more goods. This
week the enterprising junior announces
by telegram that he has bought at pre
vious prices, consequently the public
are informed that prices are "still re
THoMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald office
Come and Get
Andrews' Bazar of Fashion, 10 cts.
Andrews' American Queen, 15 cts.
Andrews' Cyclopedia of Fashion, 15
Ehrich's Fashion Quarterly. 20 cts.
Demorest's What to Wear, 15 cts.
Leslie's Popular Monthly, 25 ets.
Appleton's Cheap Series.
And many other books.
For sale by T. F. GRENEKER.
Gave readings and recitations in Pry
taneum Hall last night, (Monday) to a
good audience. His selections were of
a varied character, ranging from grave
to gay. Mary Queen of Scotts, and
Poe's Raven were recited with much
pathos. Middlerib and the Bees, and
Perkins and the Mouse, kept the au
dience in continual laughter. Mr. R.
has a wonderful facial expression; his
character photographs in the store win
dows are not exaggerated. He will
read again to-night, and those who go
will enjoy a rich treat.
Newberry at the State Fair.
The following premiums were taken
at the State Fair~by Newberry exhibi
tors: Radishes, T. W. Holloway; Cook
ed Ham, Mrs. T. W. Holloway; Sor
ghum, Mrs. T. W. Holloway; Citron
Preserves, same; Whortlebery Preser
ves, same; Apple Marmalade, same;
Lace Handkerchiefs, Miss C. Bonds;
Bibs, same; Hankerchiefs, Miss Rachel
Foot; Heavy draft filly, J. P. Sims;
Light draft stallion, over 3 years, S. J.
Williamson; S. C. raised saddle horse,
J. A. Sligh; Matched harness horses,
James B. Clary; Pindars, J. A. Sum
mer; Bale of upland cotton, J. H. Sligh.
Important-Peace in the Domestic De
The following dispatch from the Ju
nior partner, now in New York, was
received on Saturday:
NEw YoRK, Nov. 14, 1879.
M. FoOT & SON.
I bought YESTERDAY. All Domestic
goods are higher to-day.
The above speaks for itself and gives
cheering assurance to the public of con
tinued low prices. With thanks.for lib
eral patronage bestowed, and a cordial
invitation to call and examine our new
stock, we remain, respectfully yours,
it M. FooT &SON.
Dollar for Dollar.
And twelve times more if you sub
scribe for the Southern Musical Journal
as every So'.thern musician ought. One
Dollar a year secures it and a dollar's
worth of Premium Sheet Music of your
own selection. Tbis takes a dollar right
out of your pocket and puts it right
back again, giving the Journal abso
ltely free of cost. Better still, it gives
you in every monthly number of the
Journal, $1.00 worth of new and choice
music. All told, $13 worth for $1.00.
Hard to believe, hut it is true. Send
your dollar to the publishers Messrs.
Ludden & Bates. Savannah, Ga.. and
be convinced; or, send 10 cents for a
An Extra Term Needed.
Newberry seems to be hopelessly in
te mire in judicial matters. Over half
of the two weeks Court that closed Sat
urday was taken up with the trial of
criminal cases. The Common Pleas
Court was not opened till Tuesday af
ternoon. The Judge found himself con
fronted with 300 causes, 134 of them on
the Jury Calendair; some of them have
been on the docke'ts for twenty terms
or more. Each year, instead of reduc
ing, is adding to the mass of "cases."~
The Court can't get tbe cases off as fast
as they are put on, and Newberry peo
ple are not specially litigious either.
The trouble is we have a dozen or two
negroes to try at every term of Court.
For the last two years we have had
good Judges, who did all in their pow
er to diminish the dockets. We should
have an extra term.
Y. M.C. A.
Religious services of an interesting
character have been conducted during
the week by the members of the Y. M.
C. A. of this town. Their first meeting
was held on Monday night, as per an
nouncement, in their Rooms over MrS.
Mower's store. The attendance was
good in view of the short notice extend
ed. Addresses were made by several
persons connected with the Association.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights
the meetings were held in the Metho
dist, Baptist and Lutheran Churches.
The Association deserves and greatly
Sneeds the practical sympathy and sup.
port of the maturer Christians of the va&
rious churches of the town. Let pa.
-rents who have sons think of this. A
-few moments of their time and presence
at the hall of the Y. M. C. A. would
give great encouragement to the efforts
being put forth by the young men.
-Dots from Smokey Town.
Smokey Town sent up Saturday a
Sfine delegation of yellow-legged chick
Sens and ducks and geese.
Farmers are putting in red oats
largely. They believe in raising theii
own provender. The cotton is nearla
~'all picked out.
Aaron M. Dominick raised a fini
ycrop of potatoes this year from cuttingi
The ladies of Smokey Town start to
dday (Tuesday) on a pleasure trip to the
SCapital of the State; they go by thei
.Mr. Wilson Long, who has had:i
five weeks spell of pneumonia, is im
proving under the care of Dr. Jnc
Mr. W. H. Long whose shadow it i
a hoped will never grow less very con
'~siderately presented the youngest mem
ilber of the HERALD family with a pai
of puddle ducks on Saturday, to wak
hhim up of mornings.
A World of Good.
One of the most popular medicine
now before the American public,i
eHop Bitters. You see it everywhere
I ~ *..b.~ ;. I~th thtAflL~ 4'ffPeL 1
The Newberry Band.
This band furnished the music for the
Fair, and the people seem disposed to
award them the credit of giving them a
very excellent article in their line. It
is said that music hath charms to soothe
the savage breast, but this band can
soothe the civilized sentiments and feel
ings of those trained to appreciate the
moving strains of cultivated melody.
They will carry home with them the
compliments and good wishes, not only
of the people of Columbia, but of the
thousands of others who heard them.
That 2 and 2 make 4 is an establish
ed fact none can deny. That Portaline
is the best remedy in the world for all
disorders of the stomach and liver, is
another fact to which all who have tried
it will bear testimony. It is entirely
vegetable, aud compounded with the
greatest care; each package containing
80 doses for an adult. Price 50 cts. For
sale by W. E. Pelham. e.o.w.
A Fatal Boiler Explosion.
The locomotive. Chatuga. of Material
Train No. 2. exploded on the G. & C.
R. R., two miles above Donnald's, yes
terday (Monday) morning. Engineer
Wm. Milligan, of Helena, and Fireman
Wm. Johnson, col., of Anderson, were.
killed. A young white man named
Clinkscales from* Anderson, who hap
pened to be on the engine, was mor
tally wounded, and died in a few hours.
Mr. Milligan was thrown thirty feet by
the explosion, and the fireman was
thrown thirty yards. The engine was
standing still when the explosion oc
curred, facing toward Greenville; after
the explosion it was found fronting in
the opposite direction. The cause of
the explosion is unknown.
Several parties were wounded
Henry Toliver, col., of Helena, had a
leg crushed and broken, and was also
badly scalded; Mr. Farmer, Section
Master, was also severely scalded;
others were scalded, but not seriously.
The Chatuga was one of the engines
that were purchased before the war for
the Blue Ridge Road. The Fort Hill,
the mate of the Chatuga, blew up at
Silver Street three or four years ago,
killing Engineer Jno. Lane.
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 Newberry Conference of the
South Carolina SynodI meets at Beth
lehem Church, Rev. H. S. Wingards'
charge, embracing the fifth Sunday in
The Lutheran Congregation at Spring
Hill is raising means to furnish an
organ for their church.
The Lexington Dispatch says, that
Rev. H. S. Wingard preached a Refor
mation sermon at Spring Hill, some
time since, which was the ablest ser
mon of his successful ministry.
The Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, of
Prosperity, we learn, has received and
accepted a call to the Newport charge,
in Giles Co., Va. The people of this
section are loth to give him up, his
amiable manners and earnest christian
character baying endeared him totbem,
and yet have cause to rejoice that he
goes to a field of great promise and
among a generous, whole-souled peo
ple. We wish him large success.
Gen. R. R. Hemphill, of Abbeville,
was in town last week.
Mrs. Corrie St,Amand returned to
her home in Charleston on Monday.
Mr. J. A. Foster, of Spartanburg,
traveling for Butler, Broome & Clapp,
of New York, was in town a few days
Senator James N. Lipscomb has gone
to Canandaigua, N. Y., this week to
attend the session of the National
Ex-Governor Bonham, Rail Road
Commissioner. stopped over in New
berry awhile Saturday, returning from
a business trip to Laurens.
Dr. J. K. Gilder has bought an acre
lot from Mr. J. D. Hornsby, in front
of Mr. Wmn. Langford's-part of the
Phifer place. He intends to build a
residence upon it.
Mr. J. J. Roach, the Supervizing
Agent of Columbia Territory for the
Celebrated Singer Sewing Machine,
will visit Newberry shortly in the in
terest of that Company. The price of
these machines have been greatly re
Too Good to Keep.
People oi enquiring minds who travel
North, know by experience that in
ninety-nine cases out of a hundred it is
better to keep their tongues between
their teeth than to seek for knowledge,
especially from rail road officials. It
won't do. Pomposity and insolence
seem to follow the putting on of official
blue suits and badges across the line,
and the stranger who has the temerity
to ask a question invariably gets snub
bed for his pains. Amusing incidents,
however, sometimes happen in this con
nection; a friend, S. J., last summer
while North stopped over at Utica,
and in due time wanted to know when
the train for Rutland started. He
asked a blue coated fellow who re
ferred him to one of four men conversing
at a distance. Our friend approached
the party and in the suavest manner
asked the question. One of the party
replied "Really, my dear sir, you must
excuse me, for I can't speak a word of
~,English. otherwise I would tell you."
Imagine our friends' phelinks. Had
the party consisted of one he would
have made a spread eagle of him,
but as there were four, he put on
a ghastly smile and apologized by say
-ing he was not jesting and really de
-sired to know. "Sorry, sir, sorry, but
r'tis just so, my education has been so
sadly neglected that English is a dead
language to me" Sad, but wiser, our
friend turned and left muttering, sold!
Betting is a mighty bad thing,
it never benefits any one except the
winner.. while the loser has a kind of
List of the names of Company "D", New
berry Rifles, 13th Regt., S. (. V., who were
killed or died during the Confederate War:
Lieut. W. P. Cromer, killed July 1, 1864.
Lieut. T. F. Hunter, killed May 3, 1863.
Lieut. H. L. Fuller, killed May 3, 1863.
Adjt. W. D. Goggaus, killed Aug. 29, 1862.
Sergt. J. W. Caldwell, killed Aug. 29, 1862.
Sergt. A. J. McCollum, killed May 3, 1863.
Sergt. J. R. Campbell,, killed May 12, 1864.
J. A. Boyd, killed July 1, 1864.
G. H. Cromer, killed May 12, 1864.
A. C. Rikard, killed Dec. 13, 1862.
A. S. Conwell, died.
C. C. Clamp, killed Aug. 29, 1862.
Henry Coate, died June 25, 1862.
J. S. Caldwell, killed 1864.
J. C. Duncan, died 1862.
H. F. Enlow, killed May 3, 1863.
W. P. Ellisor, killed July 1, 1864.
J. W. Glasgow, died 1862.
W. J. Hunter, killed May 3, 1863.
John Halfacre, killed Aug. 29, 1862.
Frederick Halfacre, died April, 1861.
J. W. P. Harmon, killed Aug. 29, 1862.
W. K. D. Harmon, killed May 12, 1864.
H. M. Johnston, killed May 12, 1864.
W. J. Kinard, killed July 1, 1864.
W. J. Kelly, killed May 12, 1864.
- Kelly, kiiled May 12, 1864.
J. W. Liviugston, died May, 1862.
W. R. Lane, killed May 5, 1864.
R. Y. H. McCracken, killed July 1, 1864.
John McMorris, died 1862.
R. M. Norman, died 1863.
D. S. Plunkett, died 1862.
D. S. Paysinger, died 1862.
W. H. Pitts, killed June 29, 1862.
A. J. Rikard, killed June 29, 1862.
J. J. Ruff, killed June 29, 1862.
W. H. Rikard, killed Dec. 13, 1862.
R. D. Suber, killed June 29, 1862.
E. M. Senn, killed July 1, 1864.
John P. Sims, died 1862.
Jas. P. Senn, died 1864.
Jesse Sparks, died 1863.
David Sims, died 1863.
Jesse Spears, killed May 12, 1864.
D. M. E. Wicker, died 1862.
Robert J. Hatton, died Oct. 5, 1864.
1. B. Summer, died Sept. 5, 1863.
J. B. Wilson, died 1862.
&sbury Hipp, died 1861.
W. H. B. Werts.
This list is published with the purpoae'that
ny mistakes may be corrected before the
aames go upon the Monument. If any one
knows of any member of this Company who
was killed or died in service, let him com
inunicate the fact to Capt. J. Y. McFall at
Roll of the dead of Company "H",
Capt. J. M. Maffett, Capt. Jacob
Warner. Lient. B. j. Kinard. Sergt. G.
M. Singley. Sergt. J. A. Bowers, Sergt.
W. S. Harmon, Corp. Levi Sheely,
CoTp. Smiley J. Bowers, J. M. King,
Jno. Thomas, Chesley Snelgrove, B. J.
Quattlebaum, Thomas Turner, Ephraim
Sheely, Thomas Berry, A. P. Rineheart,
Sam'I Crout, I. B. C. Stockman, G. A.
Dominick, J. A. Wise, J. C. Wise, J.
Martin Hartman, Jno. Bowers, Dray
ton Waits, J. L. Maffett, G. W. Rankin,
C. H. Morriss, Henry Griffith, J. N.
Sligh, S. S. Boozer, J. W. Boozer, Eli
hun Perkins, F. R. Moore, Wiley Rikard,
H. M. Werts.
If any one knows of any names omit
ted from this roll let them communicate
the fact, and the names, to Capt. H. S.
Boozer at once. that all may appear
upon the Confederate Monument.
Newberry News requested to copy.
Various and all About
Full of interest-a note long over
The iron pillars for the hotel front
Newberry was well represented at
the State Fair.
The inspiring gobble of the fattening
turkey is again heard in the land,
And this reminds us that christmas is
coming. Only forty-three days off.
In order to look spruc it is not ne
cessary that you remain evergreen.
The Georgia State tax this year is
only thirty-five cents on the hundred.
The citizens of Selma, Ala., have a
local tax of $200 on commercial travel
Newberry County carried off the palm
for beautiful and graceful ladies at the
The fashionable young lady with
her hair in style is the proprietor of a
The County Board of Assessors will
meet Thursday at 11 A. M., in the Au
The men of good standing in a com
munity are niot always standing on the
Judge Thomson began an extra term
of Court at Laurens yesterday, to last
The steel rails are laid on the G. & C.
R. R. for the distance of seven miles
The Newberry Band furnished excel
lent music for the State Fair.
If every person would be half as good
as he expects his neighbor to be, what
a heaven this world would be!
The Columbians and all others spoke
very highly of our "Band boys" and
their playing. They did their prettiest.
The Palmetto Yeoman says that Chief
of Police Radcliffe, of Columbia, has a
clue to the murder at the Circus here
the 7th inst.
The standing armies of Great Britain,
France Russia, Austria and Germany
are maintained at a yearly cost of $452,
500,000. Number of men 2,106,000.
Just think of Madame Nilison get
ting $12,000 for singing eighteen times
during the wedding ceremonies of King
Alfonso in Spain. Let us pray, or
rather let us all sing.
Many a woman dusts billiard ebalk
off her husband's coat, and a big tear
stands in her eye as she thinks how
late he works nights at his desk by the
The wife of a New York German
tailor, mother of an eleven-months old
girl, gave birth to twins, whereupon
the father fled from home, and has not
since been heard from.
Capt. Silas Walker, whose hand and
arm were so badly lacerated by a gin a
few weeks ago, has nearly recovered
from his wounds, having lost only a
portion of one finger.
Judge Thomson eompleted his twc
weeks term at Newberry Saturday
It was his first appearance on the bencd
at Newberry, and the bar and jur3
were very much pleased with him
Te rrs-... says that his charges nre the
The Place to Go.
Visitors to Columbia 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,jand embraces
every article known in the china,
crockery and glass ware lines, and all
necessary housekeeping articles, while
the display of fancy goods is attractive
beyond description. The fall assort
ment kept by this house'and the low
prices, give it a reputation second to
none. Do not fail to give it a call.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Nov. 15, 1879.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Nov. 15, 1879:
Anderson, David Hatton, WNm.
Cauch, A. R. Milton, Abel
Conkle, Henry M. J. Turner, A. C.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
The special meeting of Newberry Pomona
Grange will be held at Ebenezer on the 21st
instead of the 22nd of November as hereto
fore published. Live subordinate Granges,
are requested to send fall delegations-all
fourth degree members who are in good
standing in a working grange are invited.
There will be transacted business of impor
tance to the order, and to none others.
Therefore only grangers are invited. No
public addresses or discussions will be bad.
JNO. S. HAIR, Master.
JAxEs F. KILGORE, Sect'y.
Nov. 6, 1879.
NEWBERRY, S.-C., Nov. 18, 1879.
Ordinary...... .................... a
Good Ordinary..................... a
Good Middling .....................101al0i
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 7
Shoulders Sugar Cured.... 9
Sides, C. ., New............ 10
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 5
Sides, C. R., New........... a 7j
Sides, Long Clear........... 7j
Uucanvassed Hams.......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 10
Leaf, in Buckets............. 11
Granulated Standard..... . 2a
Coffee C...............,.... 10
New Orleans............. 10
New Orleans Syrup. 5
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched... 30
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio............... 20a
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP.......................--. 6a 10
STARCH..................... -.10a 16
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl............ .....-6.0a 8.00
PEARL HOMINY................ 5
CANDY ........................ - 20
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 10
ENGLISH SODA............... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 10
TOBACCO................ ......-.. 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg..................3.50
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per 6=............. 50
This commodious edifice, situated on
MAIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., and
known as the
is now open, and invites the people one and
all to call and know what can be done at all
hours, to wit: An Extra Good Breakfast,
Dinner, .or Supper, for TWENTY-FIVE
Forty or fifty regular boarders will be
taken at proportionately low rates.
The convenience of location, excellent
spring water, well furnished table, etc.,
commend this house to every one.
Oct. 16, 42-tf.
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AN AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT!I
And a Complete Weekly Record o
DEATHS and MiARRIAGES in this State.
Any one of these specialties alone it
worth the price of subscriptionl, and the
subscriber really gets A FIRST-CLASS WEEE
LY PAPER BESIDEs FOR NOTHING.
BIOBDAN & DAWSON,
Feb. 19, s-tf. CHARLESTON, S. C.
SHAVING AND HAIR DRE~SSIN4
PanStreet next door to Dr, Geiger's Office
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and ger
- - .~) 1~..44.y,.oft~rt~
Books and Stationery.
S 0ET YOUR
AT THE STORE
AROU ND TilE CORNER
Newberry Herald Building.
Legal Cap, Bill Cap, Foolscape-Flat
Cap, Letter, Note, Bill Head,
Letter qnd Note Head, Sil
ver, Gold, Tissue, Col
ored Shelf and Mu
Small Pay, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10,
white and Colored and Congress
Pens, Inks, "black, blue, carmine,)
pencils, flat and round rulers, pock.
et and desk Inkstan(Is, letter and
paper Clips, Paper Fasteners, rub
ber bands, Pencil Cases, Pen Staffs,
Paper Weights, Erasers, Indelible
Ink, Pencil Sharpeners, Files, Bill
Holders, Backgammon B o a r d s,
Check men, Chess, Perforated and
Bristol Board, Blotting pads, and
a variety of other articles, which il
you don't see
PLEASE ASK FOR!
SEASIDE AND HIRPER'S
Appleton's Handy Volumes!
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT-FROM 50 ets
UP TO $10. PRETTY CLASP BIBLE
ONLY 75 CENTS.
And Pocket Memorandums!
VARIOUS STYLES AND SIZES!
CHEAP AND GOOD.
Phioto. & Auto. Album
DIFFERENT STYLES AND PRICES.
W If you want satisfac
tion and trade prices, and i
variety to select from, bu2
your goods from a regularly
appointed Stationery Store
If you don't see what yoi
want ask for it.
T. F. GRENEKER,
All persons indebted to the undersignet
are requested to settle their accounts as soo0
as possible. All persons indebted for tw<
and three years past are notified that the;
MAYER & MAYER.
Newberry S. C., Oct. 15. St-e.o.w
CP CH EAPEST AND BES T! ..lJ
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTEENS !
nuber for 1880, cnta iig a full-size patter
wil rceiv, during thdeyear, twelve of the
patterns, worth more, alone, than the subscri
on price. -El]
"P EsoN'S MAGAZINE"coans eves
in patterns, 12mammoth colored fashion platel
24 pages of music, and about 900 wood cuts. Il
principal embellishments are
SUPERB STEEL ENGRAVINGS!
tIts immense circultion enables its propriet4
than any other. It gives more for the mone)
anld cobne ,more merits, than anye in tr
dicd in the shape of a series of
SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES.
ITS TALES AND NOVELETS
Are the beat published anywhere. All the mc
plr wie rsnare mployed to wite oiginal
n S.Sehn, Frank Lee Beedict, Franc
odgso Burnett, &c &c., and stories byJa
Wife,' "by Rebecca Harding Davis. and all tI
best female writers.
MAMIOTH COLORED F&SHION PLATI
ea fal others The plates are engav
oredaed. Also Household and other receips;ca
tices on "'&ax-Work Flowers,'' "Manageme
of Infants;'" in short everything interesting
TERMS (Always in Advance) $2.00 A YEAR.
Air Unparalleled Offers to Clubs. .1|
c2 Copies for $35; 3 Copies or2 ,4 a~Wt
stee engraving, "WASHINGTON AT VALL)
FOGE" to the perso getting up tbeClb
fan extra copy of the Magazine for 1880, a
prmim to the peson getting up te Clb.
oth an extra copy o the soazne gettS
nd the Cpreml icure otepro et
For Larger Clubs Still Greater Inducement
Address, post-piAREd, PEESN
36ChAREStu st. PhiaelphiOa,
306 eCimenstsnut grts, hiladepia,e Par
O pct. 8 41- ntf. ai,i witnfr
For the Fastest Selling Book of the Age
THE HOUSEHOLD AMD
Z#ry Good.i and .11oiougS
HATS, SHOES, &c.
NEW FALL STOCK
WRIGHT & J, W, COPPOCK
Invite attention to their elegant stock of
Clothing & fu[nishing Goods,
Both in Quality and
Suits Fine, Medium, Common,
LOWER THAN EVER.
CIVE US A CALL.
WRIGHT &. W, COPPOCK,
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 1, 17-ly.
Now 8ud Dsirable Stoc|
Soap, Starch, Soda,
J' R ~CT ITS
OF ALL KINDS, to be found at
A, 0. JONES',
Next Door to Pelham's Drug Store.
Nov. 5, 45-2m.
0, B. BuTLER & 00,,
The undersoned have associated together
for the purpose of conducting a MACHINE
SHOP and GRIST MILL, and will give par
tieular attention to
Repairing Engines and Boilers,
and persons having work of this kind to do
will find it to their advantage to patr'onize
ns. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
LWe are also Agents for
OUR GRIST MILLS
LAre running daily, turning out the best
of Meal, and Merchants can rely on being
supplied at all times and AT THE LOW
Mr. JAS. ROLLISON, the well known
Blacksmith, is with us and is assisted by a
Mr. THOS. CHAPMI A N, late of Jalapa, is
on hand to do work in his line.
0. B. BUTLER.
R. H. ANDERSON..
Nov. 5, 45-3m.
STEIIM MILL AND LND
e FOR SALE.
By order of the Stockholders of The
Newberry Steam Mill Company, I will sell,
Yat public outcry, within the legal hours of
sale, ON THE FIRST DAY OF DECEM
BER, (Sale-day) 1879, the following pro
perty of said Company, to-wit:
Thie Mill, Gin House, Saw Mill and Screw
r-includin'g the Engine and all other Ma
'chinery, fixtures and appurtenances to them
~belonging. And, also, the tract of land on
which they are situate, lying within one
mile of Newvberry Court House, and con
taining 97 ACRES, more or less.
On the following terms: One-third cash
-the balance payable in two equal instal
ments, in one and two years from day of
Lsale, with interest from said day. The
Yeredit portion to be secured by the bond of
the purcer an ortgage of the premises
'awith power of sale, and further by a policy
Leof Insurance effected for 2 years upon the
buildings and machinery to the amount of
Sthree-fourths of the credit portion, in such
Company as I may direct, and for the bene
fit of The Newberry Steam Mill Company,
r-such policy to be delivered to me upon my
executing to the purchaser the deed to the
proerm .of sale to be complied with within
ten days from day of sale, or the property
to be resold at the risk of the former pur
achaser. Purchaser to pay for papers.
President N. S. M. Co.
hNov. 5, 45--4t.
!One Hundred Raw Hides,
At PINE GROVE TANNERY.
MARTIN & MOWER,
Oct. 15, 1879. 42-tf.
Any Book or Article
DyGoodw and Alotionls.
DRY GOOS EMPORINM!
Rospectrully amtom.e.- t hat their assort
STAPLE AND FANCY
LADIES' FINE SHOES
IS NOW OPEN,.
And invite an early inspection by their
friends and customers.
With thanks for pis. favors we respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same.
Oct. 15, 42-tf.
LATh8T AND BEST
DRY G9ODS IND NOTIONS!
longyards and Sh Fiofits,
NO. 5 MOLLOHON ROW,
Have just opened and will contin-ne dur
ing the season to receive the,latest and best
Staple and Fancy Goods,
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
to sell and not to keep, therefore the pab
li of Newberry may be confident of getting
the best at the very lowest, prices.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED
THAT WE MEAN BUSINESS.
TERMS POSITIVELY CASH.
M'FA.L.& SAT TER WITE.
Sep. 24, 39-tf.
The subscriber having bought the stock
of the firm of J. Taylor & Co., will continue
to conduct the business in all of its various
PAINTING~ AND TRIKMING,
All of which will be done in first class style.
I have a choice and well selected stock
-of seasoned material and will build
Double and Single Seat
for sale and to order, of any style or pat
tern, promptly, and guarantee satisfaction,
as I will employ none but the best and
most careful workmen; and spare no pains
to make my work first class. -
OLD CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES reno
vated and made to. look equal to new.
REPAIRING done in the best manner
and with dispatch.
HORSESHOEING and PLANTATION
WORK promptly done.
All of the above will be executed
AT LOETC ASH PRIC ES.
A liberal patronage respectfully solicited.
Shop Opposite Jail,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Ot. 8, 41-6m.
Is hereby g;ven that the following per
sons have nndrawn dividends from the as
sets of the Gitizens Savings Bank, Bank
rupt, to their credit; payable at the Na
ion Bank of Newberry, S. C. Unless these
dividends are promptly drawn application
will be made to the Court to have the same
made a part of the common fund for the
purposes of a final dividend, and to exclude
f rom that dividend those who have failed
to present their claims.
Anna Boyd, Dr. D. A. Cannon, J. R.
Chaamn (coin), J. R. Chatham, M1. 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
man, Francis Summer, Adm'r, Mrs. Sarah
Wicker, G. F. S. Wright.
Trustee Citizens Savings Bank.
Nov. 5, 45-3t.
All persons holding demands against the
Estate of Joseph Duckett, deceased, are re
quired to present the same, attested as the
law requires, to the undersigned, or their
Atorey,-op &m air, at Newberry C. H..