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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1879.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
S. B. Fellers-Citation.
Santa Claus at H. A. Burns'
Musical Concert and Soiree I
J. F. Burton-Raffle'! Raffle!!
Ella Blake-Notice N. T. Club!
T. F. Greneker-Christmas Books.
J. B. Boinest-Administrator's Sale.
McSmith Music House-Don't Forget It.
Jacob Epting-Guardian Notice of Final
J. H. Estill-The Southern Farmer's
John C. Duckett and James P. Duckett
SPECIA L NOTICE.-Bu.ine:.s no
tices in this local colu>n are insertcd at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of mectings, com
munications relating to perSonW1l inter
ests, tributes qf respect. &c. are c.ltrged
as regular advertisements at $1 pcr
Notices of adnini.qration, and other
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
comnumications of a personal character
must be paid for in a<drance
The subscription price of the Herald
is $2.00 for twelve months, $1.00 for six
months, 50 cents for three month.s and
25 cents for one -nonth, in advance.
Nanes in future will not be placel on
the subscription books until the cash or:
its equivalent is paid.
;W All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
This p.aper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu1
rean (10 Spruce St..) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Down Train arrives ........... 1 11 P M
Up Train arrives................. 2 34 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........10 30 A M
4 "C leaves......... 3 00 P bf
Up mail closes at............... 2 05 P M
Down mail closes at...........12 45 P U
Laurens mail closes at... .....2 05 P M
R. W. BOONE, P bl
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 3, 1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mrs. Alice Hairston, wife of Dorroh
Hairston, died on the 13th uIt., of Ma
Miss Adella Metts, daughter of W. F.
Metts, Esq., died on the 24th ult., of
The above cases occurred near the
line of Newberry and Lanrens, and are
as fatal as Yellow Fever, and caused
by relapses of chill and fever. The
people should be warned to prevent the
disease by checking the chills. X.
ThomPsoN, Dentist, opposite Herald offiec
Mr. Eldred C. Simkins' bay mareI
took a~premium at the State Fair as the
best light draft mare.
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
go to J. Taylor-, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.
In the Annual Statement of County
Commissioners published last week,
the total foir Circuit Court Expenses
should have been $3,297.40 instead of
Seems to grow into favor, every day
or two a case being reported. The very
latest occurred in Amasoka in our order
loving town last week. The victim
still hangs mn front of the store of
Messrs. Foot & Son the sport of the
winter's wind-a dummy. -
FOR ALL CHRISTMAS SWEETS
AND HOLIDAY GOODS
~GO TO HEADQUARTERS!
A. C. JONES',
NErr TO DB. PELHAM'S.
Bill Williams, living on Thos. M.
Paysinger's place, shot 31ock Boozer,
who lives on Jas. R.-Davidson's place,
Saturday night with a shot-gun, making
a dangerous worad in the hip, which
may prove fatal. Willhams charge.d
Boozer with interfering with his mari
Messrs. D). B. Wheeler & Co., will
accept our thanks for a jug of delicious
N, 0. Syrup, the finest we have tasted
this season, and at the same time
an apology for not acknowledging the
favor last week. It is pleasant to add
that they have more of the same kind.
What is the Matter ?
Whby so pale, so languid ? Are you
siec ? Evidently, your liver is not do
ing its duty. You cannot live in com
fort or peace antil 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.
Was very generally observed in
town. ENearly all the Chnrches had
services, -which were well attended.
Several merchanta, J. N. Martin & Co.,
Brown & Kibler, B. H. Cline and D. B.
Wheeler & Co.. closed their stores all
day; most of the other merchants closed
for a while in the middle of the day.
The entertainment furnished by the
ladies of the M. E. Church last Friday
night was both pleasant. and profitable
notwithstanding the adverse weather.
Amount realized, expenses deducted,
In this connection we are pleased t.o
say that an affatir of similar character is
spoken of for the 19th of this month.
Particulars in our next.
Don't Forget It.
Happy McSmith. so-called through up.
per South Carolina, dropped in last week
and left an advertisement which will
be found under heading "Don't forget
it", which we take pleasure in callmng
attention to. This gentleman and bis
accomplished partner Mrs. McS., her.
sefa-n uiin,ol hr hl
selfartied msan oest Mui shouse wile
- ei.u-ta a modest Music House m
Various and all About.
Cotton is ":boomin."
On the outside this week will be
found the' 'defense" of the Directors of
Lhe G. & A. R. R., and Col. Lipscomb's
Our Legislators were all in their
places promptly upon the opening of
the Session. Senator Lipscomb ob
'ained leave of absence till Dec. 1st,
we suppose to attend to the meeting of
the National Grange at Canandaigta.
Santa Claus at H. A. Burns!.
It is my pleasure to offer to the trade
for the Holidays the largest and best so
lected stock of Con feetioneries. Candies,
Janned Goods, Crackers, Nuts, Figs,
Raisins, Citron, Currants, Apples. Or
.nges, Bananas, Lemons, Pears, Mala
aY1 Grapes, Cocoanuts. Jellies. Sauces,
pices. Flavoring Extracts, Pulverized
Sugar for Ieeing, Tea. Toys of all kinds,
Vases. Toilet Sets, Cups aud Mugs with
%lottees. Fireworks. Cigars, Tobacco,
Pipes. &c., that I have ever offered, at
low prices. Store next door to Post
,hickens by the Pound.
Clark is down on shows and says
:hey all spring from the devil, yet he
Yot up a little show a few days ago
:alculated to do i-nore harm than a
ircus of one hundrod an-i fifty horse
power. A load of chiekens was offered
im at 25 cts. per heaC, which he want
(d at 5 ets. per pound. The owner de
:lined when Clark of.e:rd 10 ets. and
vas taken up. Weighing them it was
Found be had paid 30 cts. a piece, and
no.v every body is down on him for
putting up the chicken market.
Christmas and the Holidays
Are coming, and to add to the general
appiness I have a beautifulassortment
of fine jewelry for h1dies and'gentle
men, a superior lot of watches. clocks,
silver and plated ware, superb.toilet
sets, and an elegant variety of gold
pens of best make, spectacles, eye
glasses, &c. These goods will be sold
at very low prices. Come and exam
ine my stock.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
49-1t Next to Dr. Pelbam's.
The giving of Christmas presents is a
time-honored and beautiful custom. We
like it, and want it perpetuated world
without endi; and especially would we
encourage it this particular season, and
therefore announce that a year's sub
scription to the Newberry HERALD will
be given to every man and woman in
Newberry not already a paid subscriber
for-$2 each. We respectfully ask our
subscribers to extend this notice. We
will not go back on this offer.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Dec. 1st, 1879.
M. F. WERBER, JR.:
SIR: In reply to yours of this date I
would state that the Peloubet, Pelton &
Co., Organ purchased by me some time
since gives perfect satisfaction. In ex
cellence of tone and in beauty of finish
it is fully up to my expectations and is
well worth the money I paid for it.
T. F. GRENEKER.
Mr. F. Werber, Jr.. will be glad to
price a Piano or an Organ to any one
wishing to purchase, 49-3t. eow
Mr. George McWhirter has moved
into the G. T. Scott house beyond the
depot, which he recently purchased.
F. WV. Fant, Esq., has moved into'
the Speck house. on Calhoun Street,
recently occupied by Mr. Geo. Mc
Col. Crews, of the Laurens Herald,
passed through Newberry to-dayV on his
way to Charlest on. We are pleased to
say that he has recovered from the
chills which he caught while tramp)ing
over the clay hills of Georgia.
If you are troubled with Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Headache, Billiousness,
or any disorders of a sluggish liver,
Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Liver
Powder, will care you. Taken in time,
it will save a doctor's bill and much
suffering. It has been used successfully
in many cases where other remedies
had failed. Dyspepsia is a common
complaint, and anything affording re
lief is gladly welcomed. Portaline is
only 50 cts. a package, and will cure
you. For sale by W.. E. Pelham.
Within the Vail
Is the title of a new book by Jno. A.
Chapman, of Newberry. The author,
in this volume, deals with the mysteries
of human life and the various theories
of man's destiny with the vigor and
boldness of one who has thought and
felt deeply. The book is written in
blank verse. "Within the Vail" will
be appreciated only by the -thoughtful.
Though the verse flows smoothly there
is nothing in the book to arrest the fan
cy of the giddy and gay. - It is a book
that reqt'ires to be read attentively; it
ought to be studied ; each perusal re
veals some new beauty and discovers
some hidden meaning. It is plain that
the anthor has thrown his whole soul
into this work; so that it is no dry dis.
sertation, but the outspoken language
of the human heart in its doubts, weak
nesses, despair, hope and triumph.
The book is published by Walker
Evans & Cogswell, of Charleston, anc
is in their usual elegant style. The
price is $1. For sale at J. A. Chap
man's Book Store.
The December No. of the Ecledic i!
embellished with a faithful and finely
executed portrait of the Rev. Richard S
Storrs, D.D., and in the letter press is:a
more detailed sketch of his life than wi
have seen elsewhere. The remaining
contents of the numbers are as follows
"Parliamentary Government in Am
erica," by Horace White; "Lucrezia
Borgia," by H. Schutze-Wilson; Par
I. of "My Journal in the Holy Land,'
by Mrs. Brassev; "Earth-born Meteor
ites ;" "A Sleepless Night" (a poem)
b)y Afred Austin; an interesting instal
ment of "White Wings: A Yachting
Romance," by William Black; "Max
ims of Wisdem," by G. A. Simeox
I"Kaspar Hauser ;" "History and Poli
tics," by Professor Seeley; "Merit an
Fortune" (a poem); three chapters c
"Mademoiselle de Mersac," a noe
in intc~rp~t ~ it nroceed!
Corn Crib Burned.
The corn crib of Jno. T. Duncan,
who lives near Enoree, in Laurens
County, was burned down Sunday
night, the 23d ultimo. In the crib was
twelve hundred bushels of corn; about
three hundred bushels was saved in a
damaged condition. There was no m
surance. The fire was the work of an
incendiary. Andy Duncan, col., has
been :irrested and is in jail at Laurens,
charged with the crime.
Glad tidings for all sufftrers with
Coughs and Colds is the announcements
that Coussens' Honey of Tar is a never
failing remedy . Deservedly the most
popular medicine of the age it has 1
no rival as a cure for diseases of the
throat and lungs, and each day adds
fresh triumphs to its long list of vic
tories over Coughs, Colds, and more
serious affecions of the throat and
lungs. One trial will convince you.
Price 50 ets. For sale by W. E. Pel
Quite a number of people were in
from the country on Monday-a goodly
proportion of them colored. The Sher
iff disposed of an inz4rcst in 123 acres
for $50; 84 acres for $155; and an of
fice and one acre lot in town for $685.
A lot of crockery and other merchan
dise was sold by him for about $250.
Maj. J. P. Kinard made the follow
ing sales: The Newberry Steam Mill
and 97 acres for $6,000, the other lands
of the Aull estate with place brought
$2,510, the whole purchased by Mr.
Willie Aull; real estate of J. P. Buz
hardt, 598 acres, $7,200; McKee real
estate, 687 acres, $4,700; 10 acres at
Helena, $150. The sales were for one
third cash, and we are told most of the
parties are paying the entire amount.
The personal property of Julius B.
Smith's estate, very large and varied in
character. sold remarkably well.
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, and 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 full 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.
This body met Tuesday, 25th ul
timo. Our readers will, no doubt,
want to know what legislation is
going on, and we propose to keep
them posted. To do this we will
have to "sponge" on the reports of
our enterprising dailies, the Colum
bia Register and the News and C]ou
TUESDAY, Nov. 25-SENATE.-Mr.
Crittenden, of Greenville, gave no
tice that he would ask leave to in
troduce a bill proposing an amend
ment to the Constitution relating
to Homestead, so as to provide
for securing the oenefits of a home
stead exemption equally to all
classes of citizens.
Mr. Taft, of Charleston, intro
duced a resolution to appoint a
committee of three. from the Sen
ate and - from the House to in
vestigate the treatment of convicts
hired from the Penitentiary.
Bill to provide for filling the of
fice of Governor in case of the
death, resignation or removal of the
Governor and Lt.-Governor was
made the special order for Dec. 2.
Bill to provide for a Constitution
al Convention made the special or
der for Dec. 1st.
HoUSE.-Mr. Muller introduced a
bill to prevent the carrying of con
cealed deadly weapons.
A bill was introduced to provide
artificial legs for those who lost
legs in the late war.
Mr. Bacon, Richland, joint reso
lution to amend the Constitution in
regard to the Homestead.
The unfinished business of the
last session was recommitted to the
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 26-SERTE.
Nothing of special importance or
HoUSE.-The following bills were
introduced: To amend the law in
relation to stealing crops from the
fields ; ioint resolution to amend
the Constitutionl relative to the
Homestead ; to provide a Chaplain
for the Penitentiary ; to abolish
the office of Trial Justice and pr'>
vde for other inferior courts in
Concurrent resolution to adjourn
Dec. 23d, adopted-98 to 9.
Judiciary Committee reported un
favorably on joint resolutions to
amend the Constitution as to times
of holding elections and as to the
jurisdiction and term of office of
TmnAY, Nov. 27.-No Session
FRIDAY, Nov. 28-SERATE.-Mr.
Livingston introduced a bill to ap
point a committee to examine into
the State Constitution and report
what amendments are needed. The
following bills were presented: Tc
nforce the use of uniform texi
ooks in the public schools ; tc
amend the school law.
HOUsE.-The Judiciary Commit
ee reported unfavorably on bill tc
p revent the carrying of concealec
STUnDAY, Nov. 29-SENTE.-Mr
Todd introduced a bill to ament
t he charter of the Laurens Rai
HoUsE.-Bill to require railroads
to furnish consignees an itemized
statement of freight charges and
require then to settle according to
bill of lading. Bill to prevent com
pensation for weighing cotton in
bales, except by public weighers.
Bill to amend an Act to make jury
tickets receivable for taxes. Un
favorable report on bill to regulate
decisions by the Supreme Court;
bill to exempt from levy and sale
ad van Ces of supplies made to la
borers; bill to amend the law in
relation to registration of deeds
and other papers ; bill to amend
Section 12. Chapter 103 of General
FOR THE HERALD.
Who Shall be the Standard
Bearers in 1880?
MESSRS. EDITORS: The above ques
tion has been asked by the Press, and I
think it should be looked to before the an
swer is rendered. Then permit your
correspondent to call attention to two
names in connection with the offices of
Governor and Lieut-Governor, The
Roman Eagle, as well as that proud
bird of American liberty, symbolized
the struggles and perpetual results of
their civil and political contests; but no
more so, sirs, shall '-The Old Bald
Eagle" of Edgefield in moulding the
destinies and redeeming the past great
ness of that bold and spirited County;
and boldly pushing forward, stamped
the impress of his indefatigable labors
and sterling thought upon the past,
present, and future character of South
When we think of the orphan's, the
widow's the poor man's and the public's
friend, of him whose purse is ever open
to charity; when we think of greatness
and ability and then desire a future Gov
ernor, we think of General M. W. Gary,
of Edgefield; and, when we look around
for a Lieut-Governor, choice we think
should at once center on Hon. Lamb
Buist, of Charleston, S. C.
A complete survey of the field will
fail to discover two gentlemen of more
patrotism, energy, and ability than
those above named, and we believe
their nominations will arouse the whole
State to an enthusiastic support of the
Democracy and the Country.
Those languid, tiresowe sensations,
causing you to feel scarely able to be
ou your feet; that constaut drain that
is taking from your system all its elas
ticity ; driving the bloom from your
cheeks ; that continual strain upon
your vital forces, rendering you irri
table' and fretful, can easily be remov
ed by the use of that marvelous reme
dy, Hop Bitters. Irregularities and
obstauctions of your system are re
lieved at once, while the special cause
of perio<iical pain is permanently re
moved. Will you heed this ?
On Thursday evenj.ng, the 27th inst., by
the Rev. Dr. Grier, Mfr. J. W. BROWN and
Miss SALLIE BUZEARDT, both of this Coun
ty. Brides favor received.
By the Rev Mr. Elkins, Mr. G. W. WERTs,
to Miss CLEXENTs NANCE. ~
NEWBE RRY, S. 0., Nov. 29, 1879.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Nov. 29, 1879:
Albritton, M. P. Dantzler, Lewis
Abrams, Antony(col.) Pratt, Ella
Brown, Thomas (col.).Williams, Pink
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Dec. 2, 1879.
Ordinary..... .................... a 91
Good Ordinary.................. 9a10
Sood Middling.................-.11 a111
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... 7
-Shoulders, Sugar Cured.. 9
Sides, C. R., New............ 9
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 5
Sides, C. R., New........... a 71
Sides, Long Clear........ 7
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces............ 10
Leaf, in Buckets........... 11
Granulated Standard..... .. 121a
Extra C.................. 11
Cofree C................. 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 8.5
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses....... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
.Gunpowdex .... ...L...15G
Young Hyson............... 1.50
CFE Roasted or Parched... 30
Beet Rio. ............... 25a
Good Rio............ 20a
.Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP........................... 6a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, pr bbl......... ......-. .00a 8.00
CONCENTRATED LYE...... .... 10
ENGLISH SODA................. 10
HORSORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 10
TOBACCO....................... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) ke.... ........3.50.
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 3 00
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
REDY OATS-per Lu............. 50a
Notice N. T. Club!
A ttend the rehearsal of "Battle of Life"
this (Tuesday) evening at 6j- o'clock precise
By order of President.
ELLA BLAKE, Secretary.
Dec. 2, 49-Jt.
Musical Concert and Soiree
Prof. N. Schmnitt and Daugrhters, assiste<
by some Amateurs of New berry, will give
aSELECT MUSICAL ENTERTAINMEN']
-Vocal anid Instrumental-at the Pryta
neumn, on Wednesday, the 17th December
1879. Admission, Fifty and Twenty-fivi
Cen.ae of iei.-ts will omme.ae 01
.ew X Miscealleneous.
ILL FOR HRISTMIS!
Work Boxes, Desks,
Photo. and Anto. Albums,
Pocket Bibles, Arks,
Farms, Toy Paints,
Blocks, &c., &c.
Come early and get a Chatterbox for
FOR SALE BY
T. F, GRENEKER.
Dec. 3, 49-4t.
A HORSE THAT IS A HORSE.
I will RAFFLE )n CHRISTMAS D&Y,
my celebrated Stallion "Brown Asteroid,"
for Three Hundred Dollars-Thirty Chances
at Ten ($10) Dollars per Chance. He is
the best Stallion from the mountains to the
seaboard, and is too well known in this
County to need any comments.
J. F. BURTON.
Dec. 3, 49-3t.
DON'T FORGET IT!
McSmith Music Houses
GREENVILLE, S. C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Are NO SIMALL sUB-AGENCIES,
BUT REAL WHOLESALE DEPOTS.
WE KEEP from 10 to 20 Pianos and Organs
by the dozen. These are Branches of Lud
den & Bates. WE ARE Agents for the Fac
AND SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
MASON & HAMLIN, PELOUBET & PEL
TON, STERLING ORGANS, &c., &c.
.JUST THINK ! a Peloubet & Pelton,
style 8, for $75; style 5, for $60; style 2,
for $50. STOOL and BOOK INCLUDED,
ALSO HALF FREIGHT
Chickering, Knabe, Weber, Mathushek,
Guild & Church, Hallet & Davis Pianos,
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND
EVERYTHING IN T HE MUSIC LINE.
NO C0MMiSS10N BUSINESS ABOUT THIS,
Bay Direct and Save the Middle
Write to us for Illustrated Catalogue
and Price List, ani
YOU WILL SAVE TIME, FREIGHT AND
McSMITH MUSIC HOUSE,
CREENVILLE, S. C.
Dec. 3, 49--3m.
Guardian Notice of Final Set
Notice is hereby given that I will make
a final settlement on the estate of Walton
J. Epting, on Tuesday, the 6th day of Jan
uary, 1880, in the Probate Court for New
berry County, S. C., and immediately
thereafter apply for a final discharge there
of. JACOB EPTING,
Dec. 3, 49-5t*. Guardian.
We will sell, by order of Probate Court,
at the late residence of Joseph Duckett,
dec'd., on Wednesday, December 17th,
1879, all the Personal Property of said de
ceased, consisting of
Milch Cows, Cattle,
Corn, Fodder, Peas,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c., &c.
JOHNY C. DUCKETT,
JAMfES P. DUCKETT,
Nov. 28, 1879. Administrators.
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, D. H. Wheeler 'hat.h made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration, of the Estate and effects of
Anthony Penny, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the. kindred and creditors
of the said deceasede that they: be -and
appear, before me, in the Cgo'i-t of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Coat House, S. C.,
on the 18th day of December next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my hand, this 1st
day of December, Anno Domini 1879.
J. B. FELLERS, J.P. N. C.
Dec. 3, 49-2t.
" The Best Agricultura1Journlal Published in
A LARGE QUTARTO of 32
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- ~ lng of interest to the far
mer, with an illustrated
fashion department for the
$2 a year,$ a 35 year. Sample copy 5 cents.
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WORK THE ROADS.
All Overseers of Public Highways are
By order of the Probate Court of New
b rry County, I .vill sell, at the late resi
:ace of Texana C. Rikard, in Zaid Co,1m1tv,
-t public oucry, on the I.th day of De
-ember, A. D. 1879, the following prop.rty
:f said deceaAed :
I Mule, Lot Hogs, Cattle, Corn, Fodder,
l'otton Seed, I Wagon, 1 Bggy and Har
ness, Plantation Tools, Hotisehold and
Kitchen Firn tmre, and other j)irson-0 pro
J. B. BOTNEST,
Dee. 3, 49-st. Administrator.
Clothe louiselves Cheapl1
If you want a fine suit of Clothing for Sun
lay wear, or for the holiday season, call
Dn~ WRIHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Business Suit for every day,
.all on WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Overcoat to keep the cold
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Coat, or a Vest, or a-pair of
Pants, a Shirt, Uudergarments of any kind,
, Cravat, pair of Gloves, Collars, call on
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Umbrella to shield you
from rain, Shoes to protect your feet, a Trunk
to put your clothes in, a Valise &c., call on
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
Any' or all the above at lower prices than
aver before offered, by
WRIGHT & .. W. COPPOCK.
Nov. 26, 48-tf.
The firm of COPPOCK & JOHNSON is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, r.. S.
Coppock having sold out his entire interest
to John 0. Peoples. In retiring from the
firm, E. S. Coppock would return his thanks
to his friends and patrons and would ask a
-ontinnation for the new firm of PEOPLES
& JOHNSON of the patronage so liberally
bestowed upon the old. The name of the re
iring firm will only be used for the pur
pose of closing up the business.
E. S. COPPO( K.
Jno. 0. Peoples having bought out the
entire interest of Mr. Emanuel S. Coppock
in the firm of Coppock & Johnson, the un
dersigned have formed a partnership un
der the name and style of PEOPLES &
JOHNSON, and they will continue to carry
on the Hardware Business at the old stand,
No. 3 Mollohon Row.
JOHN 0- PEOPLES.
Nov. 26, 48-tf.
- CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dec. 3d to 13th, 1879.
Great Industrial EXibition
. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF S, C.
Splendid Display of the Resources of -the
Varied attractions.eac~h evening.
The Main -Hall and Machinery Hall will
be lighted with the ELECTRIC LIGHT.
Low Railroad Fares to enable all to visit
Grand Lodge A. F. Masons, S. C. Press
Associations, Association Graduates S. C.
Military Academy, all meet during Fair
All are cordially invited to visit the city.
Exhibits of the productS manufactures
and resources of South Carolina specially
For further information, address
E. L. ROCHE,
Secretary A. S. S. C.
Nov. 26, 43-St.
The undersigned represents only RELIA
BLE INSURANCE CoMPANIES, among which
are some of the very sTRONGEST COMPANIEs
of the world.
The aggregate assets of the Companies
represented in the Agency exceed
All of which are available for losses by
death and fire.
In the past thirteen years the Agency
has paid its patrons over
Only Equitable r ates are charged, and all
losses are promptly and justly settled.
gg All kinds of property are insured
and special inducements are offered to far
mers to insure their buildings and live
stock. Call and see the terms.
WM. F. NANCE, Agent.
Oct 22, 43-2m.eow.
New aud Desrle Stock
Soap, Starch, Soda,
OF ALL KINDS, to be found at
A. 0. JONES',
Next Door to Pelham's Drug Store.
Nov. 5, 45-2m.
STATIONERY ! ! !
Call and Examine.
SEASIDE AND HARPER'S
THOS. F. GRENEKER.
a T h gaeanythed $1ndao
UUI at noeq de; the istrs
anitai not reamred: we will start
T indersianed ask to call attention of
thw Firmv an: . d i.eiwies Lo their ncv
of a!l kinds,
Of tb "Averv Patent."
Of -1 grades and prices.
Of all kInds.
Picks, Grubbing Hoes, &a.
Also, a splendid lot of A
Carpenters' and Bl1acksmiths'
Ail laid in at prices that will meet the low
price of couon. Call and ,ee for yourselves,
at the HLrdware Store of
PEOPLE & JOUSlI,
No.. 3, Mollohon Row.
Jan. 1, 1879. 1-tf
PEOPLES & JOHNSON'S.
Aug. 27, 35-tf.
Averv's Walking Cultivator, foui yTolws.
Avery's Double-foot,. iron, plow..
Avery's'. " " wood,.plow.
Avery's Single, wood and ir6n, plow.
Avery's Garden Plow.
At pricas that any farmer can buy.
Call on PEOPLES& JOHNSON.
Apr. 30, 18-tf.
Dry Goods and .bt ons.
Respect'ully announce that their assort
STAPLE AND FANCY
LADIES' FITE. SHE
IS NOW OPEN,
And invite an early inspection by their -
friends and customers.
With thanks-for pa.st favor. w4 respect
fully solicit'a continuance of the same.
NO. 5 MOLLOHON ROW,
Have just opened and will continue .dur
mig the season:to receive the,lateet and-best
Staple and Fancy Goods,
Dress Goods, White Goods,
Together -with a superb assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemed'iaToutlhs.
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 pub
lic of New berry may be confident of gett'ng
the best at the very lowest prices.
CALL AND BB CONVINCED
TH AT WE MEAN BUSINESS.
TERMS POSITIVELY CASH,
M'FLL & SAT TERWHTE
Sep. 24, 39-tf. . 3aG
All persons holding demiands against the
Estate of Joseph Duckett, deceased, a.re re
quired to present the same, atteste'd'as. the
law requires;~ to~ .th undorsigned; or their
Attoneys, Pone & Fair,ofNwherv ..-t.
I am now prepared to supply best Nor
folk Oysters in any qunrity. 12:i) or mi,
and respecfullv solicit orders from mN
Irienil in Newberry and surrouniding Cou
ties. Orders promptly attendel to and s v
,M. B. BATEMAN, Agent,
Coinumba Ice lo"Ise,
Nov. 19, 17-1m. Columbia, S. C.
All persons indebted to the Estate of Ju
lius B. Smith, dece;ised, will pleas" make
payment to the undersigned ;Executors on
or before the 10th day of Decemb! r next
and those having claims agairs,, said
Estate will please present the same to the
undersigned Executors on or b,efore that day.
G. A. LANGFORD.
Nov. 19, 47- .t.
Keeper and Physician to Poor
Sealed proposals for a Keeier and a Phy
sician to the Poor House for ten months,
commencing January ist, 1880, will be re
ceived by the undersigned until 10 o'clock,
A. M., on Monday, the 22nd day of Decem
The propocais for Keper may be made
either at so much salaiy for the ten months;
or at a certain price per month for each
pauper-the contractor in this last to clothe
Ind feed the paupers at his own expense.
By- order of the Board of County Com
nissioners for Newberry County.
F. WERBER, JY.,
0!erk c. c c.
Nov. 19, 47-3t.
LAND TO RENT.
Sealed proposals to rent the Poor House
Farm of about 300 acres for the 'year 1880,
will be received by the undersigned until
10 o'clock, A. M., on Monday, the 22nd
dar of December next.
By order of the Board of County Com
missioners of Newberry County.
F. WERBER, Ja., Clerk c. c. N. c.
Nov. 19, 47-3t.
As qualified Executors of the last will
and testament of Chesslev Davis, dec'd., we
will sell, at ten o'clock, A. M., on the Elev.
enth day of De.cember next, at the late resi
dence of said deceased, the following per
sonal property, to wit :
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Corn, Fod
der, Cotton Seed, Farming Implements,
Blacksmith's Tools, Carpenter's Tools,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c., &c.
Terms of Sale-Cash.
Also, at the same time -and place, all the
real estate of which said deceased died
seized and possessed, consisting of Nine
Hundred and Thirty Acres, more or less.
Said land to be sold in seven different tracts;
plats of each to be exhibited.on day of sale,
and in the meantime to' be'seen at -th'e Pro-'
bate Judge's Office. 1 -
Terms-One-third cash, the balance on a
credit of one and two years with interest
on each instalment from day of sale ; the'
credit portion to be secured by bond of the:
purchaser and a mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for vapers.
S. A. HUN TER.
Nov. 18, 1879. ' 47-St.
All persons indebted to the late Chessley
Davis will make pi;ment, and -all persons
having demands against said deceased, will
r~ender theam in, properly attested, to the
undersigned, or to our Attorney, George
Johnston-e, Esq., on or before the first 'day
of January next.
* XILLIAM C. DAVIS,
-S. A. HUNTER,
Nov. 18, 1879. . 47.-St.
I will make a final settlement as Guardian
of t'he Estate of Ch'arles M. Ga'ry, on Friday,
the 19th day of December next, in the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County, and - i:n
mediately thereafter apply for a .final dis
charge as such Guardian.
JOHN K. GARY, Guardian.
Nov. 17, -1879-47-5t.
NEII YOR 20FFP1N
Everybody is delighted with the tasteful
and beautiful selection made by Mrs. La
mar, who has NEVER FAILED to please .her
customers. New Fall circular just issued.
Send for it.
Address MIRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway,. New. York.
Nov. 26, 48-tf.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES.-FOR
THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
In Re-F. N. Parker, Bankrupt.
In pursuance of an order made by the
Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, U. S. District Judge,
a meeting of the Creditors of the-said
Bankrupt will be held before me, the n
dersigned Register, at Newberry C. H., on
the 17tn Dec. next, at 12 M.;' for the pur
pose of electing an Assignee in lieu:.of the
former Assignee, J. H. O'Neill, dec'd.
C. G. JAEGER, -Register.
25th Nov., 1879. 48-4t;
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
-By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Amanda A. Milligan hath made
suit to me, to grant her Letters of Adminis
tration, of the Estate and -effects of William
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all arid singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be. and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
on the 11th day of December next, after
ubliation her~eof, at 11 o'clock in ,the
foenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not bc
granted. Given under my hand, this 25.
day of November, Anno Domnini 1879.
J. B. FELLERS, j. p. s. c.
Nov. 26, 48-2t.
We will make a final settlement on the
estate of John Monts, dec'd., in the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County, o'n Mon
day, the 29th day of December next, anc(
immedia tely thereafter apply for a final dis.
charge as Executors thereof
H ENIRY SH EELY,
Nov. 26, 48-5t* Executors.
Notice is hereby given that I will appi;
for a final discharge as Guardian of Eller
Elizabeth Werts before the Probate Judg<
for Newberry County, on Friday, the 12t1
day of December, 1879.
WM. M. WERTS,
Nov. 12, 46-~5t*. Guardian.
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