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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1879.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTIsEMENTS.
E. P. Chalmers--Notice.
M. Foot & Son-Notice.
F. W. Fant-Henry Clay.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriffs's Sales.
E. R. Pelton-Eclectic Magazine.
W. E. Pelham-Christmas Goods.
Silas Johnstone-Master's Sales.
Riordan & Dawson-The Weekly News.
Edu;krdScholtz-Duplex Panttscopic Spects.
W. N. Haldeman- Weekly Courier-Jour
Kingland & Heath-Ready for the Holi
Theodore N. Kibler-Guardian Notice of
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Down Train arrives ........... 1 11 P M I
Up Train arrtves. .......... 2 34 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........10 30 A M \
" leaves......... .3 00 P M
Up mail closes at................ 2 05 P M
Down mail closes at..............12 45 P M I
Laurens mail closes at..... ... 2 05 P M
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 3, 1879.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. William Martin died at his home
in Newberry village Thursday, the 4th
instant. He was born in September,
1800, and was therefore seventy-nine
years of. age. As a merchant he car
ried on a successful business in New
berry for many years; and took a lead
ing part (in all matters of public im
provement. When the question of
building the Greenville & Columbia
Rail Road was first agitated he took an
active and prominent part in the enter
prise, and, by his influence, labors and
material aid contributed largely to its
successfalcompletion. In 1856 he failed
mn business on account of the failure of
his cotton factor in Charleston. This
disaster, caused by no fault of his own, I
and coming upon him so suddenly and
so unexpectedly, was a severe blow,
and so completely discouraged him that
he never again entered into active busi
ness. His sons J. N. and J. B. Martin
took his place, assumed and paid off'
his liabilities, and have established for1
themselve's and have enjoyed for many
years a business reputation second to
none in the up-country. Mr. Martin,
though he continued to live in town,
and in five minute's walk of the public
square, had not been on the streets ]
more t.han once or twice in twenty
years-ie-'came down to the Court
House~ to vote for Hampton in 1876.
He continued to attenid the Tompson
StreetChoreb, of which he was a mem
ber. .With. the exception of rheumatism
Mr. Marhin~enjoyed good health all his
']ife; liis family'say that up to the time
of his death he had not been in bed six
days within their -recollection; and the
physician could find no other cause
for his death that an entire loss of ap
petite. His wife is still living.
Miss Henrietta Langford, daughter
of Mr. Win. Langford, of Newberry,
died Saturday morning, the 6th instant,
of Consumption, after a lingering and
painful illness. Attacked by this fell
disease in the bloom of young woman
hood, she bore her sufferings with re
markable fortitude and met death with
resignation and without fear. The
high estimate in which she was held
was attested by the large concourse
of people that gathered Sunday at the
Lutheran Church to attend her funeral
THoMrsoN, Dentist, opposite Herald office
Dec. 13, with a continuation of the
"Iron Dwarf," for sale at the HERA LD
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6mn.
The receipts and shipments of cotton
in this market for this season up to
December 3rd are, receipts, 11,524,
shipments 11,321, stock on hand 203.
Mr. J. F. Hobbs has received an
appointment on Gov. Simpson's staff,
with the rank of Lt.-Colonel. lie will
therefore be obeyed and respected ac
The Library Magazine
Of select foreign literature is to be'
increased to 192 pages monthly, and
the type enlarged, for the year 1880.
American Book Exchange, New York.
$1.00 a year.
NI i heTie
No The imcrelyamrhn.nNw
bThere sm scalitie frhe Christ
mu as some whicialitee og the Crst
- n which were bourbt to sell
rHE ATTENTION OF THE PUBA
IS IRESPECTFULLY INVITED
Large and Complete Assortment of
To be found at
Dr. Pelham's Drug Store,
Consisting partly in
'elluloid Dressing Cases, Hair Brushes. Fan
.y Colognes, Elegant Toilet Sets, Flower Va
es, Smoking Sets, Merscbaum Pipes and
aerschaum Cigar Holders, Moustache Cups
nd Saucers, Wax Flowers under Shades,
fancy Box Papers, Writing Desks, Photo
raph and Autograph Albums, Ink Stands,
Nork Boxes, Diaries for 1880 in Russia Lea
her, Fine rloilet Soaps,
A splendid'selection of French Candies,
mported and Domestic Wines, French Bran
dy, Scotch Whiskey, Champagne,
Sherry and Madeira Wines,
ire Works in profusion, Flavoring Extracts,
Cream Tartar, Tartaric Acid, Lemons,
Prices' Cre!im Baking Powder,
Nutwegs, &c. &c.
n fine any and everything needed that is
uitable for a present for sweetheairt, w4e or
riend, can be had for a LITTLE M.ON4Y
At DR. PELHAM'S DRUG STORE
e sure and call at Headquarter's for Santa
laus, when making your Holiday purcha ,es.
N. B.-These goods were all bought )e
Dre the heavy advance in prices, and i.ill
herefore be sold at correspondingly I .v
rices. Dec 10 SO 'L
The fastest trip on record has bee:i
aade by Capt. McFall, who started for
ew York on last Saturday and got
aek on Monday following. He did
tot go farther than Columbia.
Mack Boozer, the gay Lothario who
vas so effectually inimidated last weel
iy Bill Williams' shot-gun, is in a fair
ray to recover-. After ifs experienc
ie will undoubtedly be a wiser, if not a
Of the "Library of Universal Know
edge," recently issued, contains 864
ages, covering topics between the
vords Birs and Caterpillar. The pub
ishers announce that it has already
eached a sale of nearly 10,000 copies.
merican Book Exchange, New York.
The card of Dr. Pelham in to-days
>aper. He has a beautiful assortment
f fancy goods for Christmas and New
[ears' presents, an inspection of which
Our enterprising and far-seeing neigh
or, M. E A. Scott, is wisely taking
ime by the fore-lock by ingratiating
iimseif into thc good graces of the
'devil"-the printer's devil of the News
-to whom he presented a new hat last
~The Life and Words of-Christ,"
By Geikie, heretofore published at
96.0 is just brought out in a bandy
role, good type and handsomely
>ound, for the price of 50 cents, by the
terican Book Exchange, New York.
L. floe edition, wide margins, half Rus
*ia binding, gilt top, is sold for $1.00.
)eath from Burning.
A colored child about 6 years old
iving on Mr. Chandler's place, near
3eth Eden Church, died from the effects
>f burning one day last week. The
nother was out in the field and hearing
creams hastened up to find her child
nveloped in fiames.
OR ALL CHRISTMAS SWEETS
AND HOLIDAY GOODS
GO TO HEADQUARTERS!
A. C. JONES',
NEXT TO DR. PELHAM'S.
In a printed circular received at this
ffice we find the names of Newberrians
iven below spelled after this fashion:
'. L. Hamon, A. J. McCaughem & Co.,
1. L. McCaughem, Prest., R. W. &
E. S. Check, R. H. Cline, Leavtit &
spearman; and A. Foot sot down as
he Prettiest Show
Of the season is made at the Jewelry
Btore of Mr. Ed. Scholtz. There is no
orgetting the fact that the. holidays are
t hand when you look at his handsome
isplay in gold and silver and fancy
rtices, and that nothing prettier or
more appropriate can be bought for
presents. Go and see his stock.
'The Acme Library of History,'
As announced by the American Book
Exchange, New York, is initiated by a
handy and handsome edition of "Mill
man's Gibbon's Rome," in five volumes,
for the small price of $2.50, complete,
neatly bound in cloth. Volume one is
just ready, two more are to appear in
December, and two in January.
A Bold Hawk.
Mr. B. F. Griffin says that while
standing in the door of WV. T. Tarrant's
store early Friday morning, a hawk of
large size swooped down and made a
dash at the little sparrows in a tree in
front of the store. He failed to get a
breakfast however, and the little spar
rows all commenced twittering, "he
didn't get me," '"he didn't get me."
In the folds of the HERALD this week
will be found by the subscriber who is
indebted, or whose term of subscription
has just expired, a notice showing him
just how he stands. From thefirst we
ask a settlement immediately, from
the second a renewal with the cash for
whatever period of time most con
venient to pay for. We have done our
work faithfully, have given a good pa
per, and have waited patiently, and
now we want the money to close up
,,,. busines for the yar. Pav up,
Messrs. Hunt & Singleton have been
making things lively in the cotton mar
ket ever since the season opened. They
have bought very largely giving top
prices and are as eager now as in the
beginning. Their shipments to Nor
folk, Va., alone have been between
3,000 or 3,500 bales, the first cotton we
are told ever shipped from here to diat
point-and that is due to the liberal
policy of Gen. Connor.
The Railroad Bridge
Has been completed, the track finished
and iron laid to the old Depot. The
work of building a large platform at
east end of the Depot, is nearly finished.
The Depot will be next work in order,
and will be completed at an early day.
It begins to look like business about the
old Depot now. Mr. Burckhalter, the
Contractor, has done his work thor
oughly, and with the best of material.
Laurensville Herald, 5th.
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 check.
He Said He Didn't.
A good old citizen came to town last
Nednesday on business-three bags of
cotton-and like a sensible man brought
his wife along to keep off evil spirits.
On the way he said, "old lady, I don't
owe a single rrni in Newberry," ant,
the wife smiled sweetly at so fair a
record. Shortly after reaching town
ae found that there was just one little
.count, $2 for the HERALD, which we
are pleased to say was. paid immedi
ately. Are you free from debt, reader?
Santa Claus at H. A. Burns!.
It is my pleasure to offer to the trade
for the Holidays the largest and best se
lected stock of Confectioneries. Candies,
Canned Goods,.Crackers, Nuts, Figs,
Raisins, Citron, Currants, Apples, Or
anges, Bananas, Lemons, Pears, Mala
ga Grapes, Cocoanuts. Jellies, Sauces,
Spices, Flavoring Extracts, Pulverized
Sugar for Ieeing, Tea, Toys of all kinds,
Vases, Toilet Sets, Caps and Mugs with
Mottoes. Fireworks, Cigars, Tobacco,
Pipes, &c., that I have ever offered, at
low prices. Store next door to Post
We are pleased to learn that Smokey
Town is all right and prep)aring for a
good Christmas season. Turkeys are
The party of ladies and gentlemen
who went from there to Columbia, had
a nice trip and speak glowingly of the
pleasure afforded them.by Col. Lip
scomb and: Dr. Pope, who showed
them through the Penitentiary.
Some of the LONG headed citizens are
talking about getting a city charter for
Smokey Town, a rail road, opera hall,
and other improvements.
We were pained to hear of the acci
dent to the bridal party on last Tues
day ?vening. The horses in the car
riage containing the bride and groom
took fright near corner of Banks and
Lee streets, precipitating Mr. John
Lowe and his lovely bride, Miss Annie
May, on the stone curbing, spraining
his ankle, and inflicting a severe bruise
on her right cheek, all of which were
relieved by Cousens' Lightning Lini
ment, a cure for Rheumatism, Lame
Back, Sprains,. Bruises, etc. Price 50
cts. For sale by WV. E. Pelham.
Ready for the Holidays.
At this season of the year everybody
wants to know where they can see
the largest and best variety with the
least inconvenience, and, too, where they
can make their money go the farthest.
It is pleasant then to be~ able to dirret
them to Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, of
Columbia, deservedly the most popular
house in the State, first, because of its
endless variety of goods, and, second,
because of the reasonable prices which
rule there. For all articles in china,
glass or other ware this is the place to
go or send to. Just now the display of
Christmas goods is beautiful in the ex
For the benefit of the Y. M. Christian
Association. We are pleased to say
that the ladies are progressing beauti
fully in their arrangements which will
culminate on Thursday -night the 18th
in a delightful Hot Supper. The ob
ject is one which commends itself to
all, and we are truly glad to know that
a wide-spread interest is manifested in
the effort to make it a success. That it
will be the grand affair of the Holiday
Season we are satisfied, for the ladies
who have it in hand have set their
heads on it, and it is well known that
they always succeed. It is needless to
appeal to the gallantry of the young
men for they will do their duty. We
look forward then to a nice time.
Since writing the above we learn
that Mr. J. D. Cash, with his accus
toed liberality, has given the use of
his new hall for the supper. The ladies
who are to take part in the entertain
ment are requested to meet at the hall,
10 o'clock Wednesday, the 17th.
I Feeble Ladies.
Those languid, tiresouwe sensations,
causing you to feel scarely able to be
on your feet; that constant drain that
is taking from your system all its clas
ticityv; driving the bloom from your
cheeks; that continual strain upon
.u vital forces, renderingr von irri
Duplex Pantascopic Spects.
It is an admitted fact with the spec
tacles now in use, the line of vision
while rieading goes diagonally througb
the lower part of the lens, thereby caus
ing a deceptive prismatic effect, painful
when reading for a length of time and
necessarily injurious to the eyes. In the
DUPLEX PANTASCOPIC SPECTS
these evils are entirelv remedied by
means of an Extra Joint on each side
of the frame which enables the wearer
when reading, to so turn the spects as,
to throw the line of vision through the
centre of the glass, thereby giving him
an unobstructed view and the full ben
efit of the lenses.
This improvement has been highly
commended by some of our most prom
inent physicians and its many advan
tages will be at once apparent to any
one wearing spectacles.
1t. Newberry, S. C.
Which may not be all a dream, is
thus related. The dreamer saw two of
his friends die, and afterwards saw
them seeking admission into Paradise.
Knocking at the gate the first was asked
his name, his occupation in life, and
what good he had done, all these were
answered satisfactorily. To the ques
tion "had he been a subscriber to the
HERALD or the News?" "Ahas, no,"
said he, "I sponged my reading." "Did
you ever help the editor by giving bim
an advertisement ?" "Never," "what,
never ?" "No, never, never." "Alas
then, thou miserable sinner you cannot
eriter," was the solemn reply. The
other was put through the same in
terrogatories, had lived in peace and
quiet, belonged to the church, never
robbed any one, or committed arson,
and had been a subscriber to his Coun-.
ty paper but never paid for it, and had
once advertised for a small amount.
He too rightly was refused admission,
and the two were sent hbdwling where
the lion roareth and the whang-doodle
mourneth. Sad fate, and conclusive
proof that the printer must be nourished
and cherished in this life. Take warn
ing, oh ye thoughtless ones.
'80. A SPLENDID OFFER. '80.
One year for $3.00. Two papers for little
more than the price of one.
Send us $3.00 and receive your home pa
per with the Courier-Journal, the best, br ight
est and ablest Family Wechly in the country.
Commence with the New Year.
Dec. 10, 50--tf.
He Didi't Say a Word.
The crowd around the Court House
on Saleday was of a mixed character,
bipeds and quadrupeds of all colors and
kinds, and among the latter a short
thick-set, sleepy looking mule with his
kicking end set towards McWhirter's
store. We have always entertained a
high opinion of the mule, especially
the sleepy kind; he is an'animal of un
common intelligence and quick per
ception-about the hind legs,-and this
one heightened our admiration wonder
fully in the few minutes spent in pleased
contemplation. Sidling up to the mule
came a big feeling chap who knew
all about this kind of animal. A smart
slap on the ralmp with a yell had no
seeming effect on the mule which slept
on until his shaved tail was taken hold of
and twisted, when we noticed him bat
his eyes, and without saying a word
to the fellow shot out his right hind
leg into his stomach with beautiful pre
cisiod and decided effect. Slowly and
sadly the victim slipped into the crowd
where he might nurse and rub the
wounded part free from the vulgar
gaze of those who witnessed the affair.
If the unfortunate chap had been a
subscriber to the HERALD he would
never have played with that mule's
Various and all A bout
Fourteen days till Christmas.
Wide awade merchants now adver
tise their Christmas goods-look for
A hod carrier on the Mower building
last week had on a uniform of the New
Newspaper men from abroad find
Newberry a profitable field.
Senator Lipscomb is in his seat.
Do not put off buying your Christmas
presents until the last moment. Make
selections before stocks are broken, and
as you have the time.
If you would make your business
known use printer's ink-use it freely.
Front gates have a rest now that the
nights are cold.
No wonder that debt makes men
criminals. It hardens the heart.
The prospect that the tower of the
hotel will be graced by a clock is quite
Parties indebted will do well to give
heed to the notice of M. Foot & Son
in another column.
For the past ten days Newberry has
had a flood of apple wagons from
Mr. Foot has met with such a good
trade at his new stand that he finds his
two stores insufficient, and therefore in
tends in a short time to enlarge his
building by adding another.
The editor of the Greenville Adverti
ser was recently presented with a whole
quarter of beef. He should have called
the Press Assciain toether to dis
The planet Venus was plainly visible
to the naked eye this (Tuesday) morn
ing between 10 and 12o'clock. Quibus
Simkins first saw her, and in a little
while a big crowd had gathered to see
a "star in the daytime."
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is
the favorite remedy for that terrible
disease, Piles, or Hemorrhoids. It is
the favorite remedy because it never
fails to cure the most obstinate case
when used according to directions. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the relief
afforded by this invaluable compound,
but call at the drug store for Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment. Price 50 cts.
For sale by W. E. Pelman.
L. W. Simkins of the News, has gone
to Charleston on the excursion to see
M. L. Bonham, Jr., Esq. of the News,
spent several days of last ;week in
Mr. R. H. Anderson has rented the
house next to Capt. Mazyck's, and
will move in in a few days.
Maj. C. II. Suber came up Saturday
from Columbia and returned Monday.
le is suffering with a severe cold.
Dr. T. M. E. Fant of Fairfield, is on
a visit to his brother Dr. S. F. Fan t.
We are pleased to see him looking so
Mrs. J. P. Pool went to Spartanburg
on Saturday last on a summons from
her daughter, Mrs. Blodgett, who, we
regret to learn is seriously ill.
We acknowledge the pleasure of a
hearty shake of The hand from Mr.
T. H. Dick, the genial traveling agent
of the po.pular clothing house of-I. L.
Falk, of New York.
We like to be rght on the reOrd aid:
therefore state that Col. Crews of the
Laurens Herald did not go to Charles
ton last week. He passed through yes
terday. Col. Watts of the same excel
lent paper has also gone down.
Mr. J. B. Campbell, of Jalapa, whose
new store is ready for a new stock of
goods, went down to Charleston Friday
to make his purchases. Messrs. T.
Connor, J. J. Reeder, Dr. R. P. Clark,
D. Sligh and Geo. Whitman also went
down. We have no doubt they will
have a good time.
A Mammoth Weekly.
Messrs. Riordan & Dawson, the proprie
tors of The News and Courier of Charles
tofi, are nothing if not enterprising. Not
satisfied with the great success which The
Weekly News has bad this year, they are
determined to increase its circulation the
coming year by making it still more worthy
One of the great attractions of The Week.
ly News in 1880, will be a sequel to Mrs.
Clara Dargani McLean's beautiful story,
'The Bloom o' the Peach." This new story
will be called "Honor and Arms," and will
doubtless be received with the general ap
proval and comiendation that greeted
"The Bloom o' the Peach."
The Weekly News has heretofore con
sisted of four pages of nine columns each,
each column being twenty-five and three
quarter inches in length, so that all along
it has been of imposing size ; but two pages
are to be added on New Year's Day, mak
ing The Weekly News thereafter a paper of
six pages of nine columns each-each col
umn twenty-five and three.quarter inches
in lcngth. This is tiuly a mammoth paper,
and it is as excellent in quality as it is im
mense in size, so that any of our readers
who desire and can afford a paper published
beyond the limits of the County, could not
do better than to take The Weekly News,
the price of which has not been increased,
but is still $2 a year.
NEWBERRY, S. 0., Dec. 9,51879
Good Ordinary..................11 allt~
Low Middling.............. ... .1ta111
Middling......... .... .. .......t1a11l
Good Middlingi..------ ..---.-......12 a
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 7)
Sides, Long Clear.............7fr
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf', in Tierces............. 10
Leaf, in Buckets............ 11
Granulated Standard.. . 2a
Coffee C................... 10
Yellow. ...,....... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 85
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson........ ... ...1.50
Roasted or Parched. 0
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a -
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
SOAP........................... 6a .10
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl................6.0a 8.00
PEARL HIOMINY.................. 5
CONCENTRATED LYE......... 10
ENGLISH SODA. ............... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKTNG POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 85
ALE GREASE.................. 10
NAILS(10; keg.................. 3.5)
ARROW TIES, per bunch..........38 00
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb........ 20
RED OATS-Per tu............ 50a
We will mak-e a flnnl settlement on the
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1879. Admission, Fifty and Twenty-five
Cents. Sale of tickets will commence or
Monday, 15th inst., at Jewelry Store of Mr
Ed. Scholtz. Dec. 3, 49-2t.
Notice is hereby given that I will apply
for a final discharge as Guardian of Ellen
Elizabeth Werts before the Probate Judge
for Newberry County, on Friday, the 12tb
day of December, 1879.
WM. M. WERTS,
Nov. 12, 46-5t*. Guardian.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dec. 3d to 13tha 1879,
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF S. C,
Splendid Display of the Resources of th(
Varied attractions es.Th evening.
The Main Hall and Machinery Hall wil
be lighted with the ELECTRIW LIGBT.
Low Railroad Fares to enable all to visi
Grand Lodge A. F. Masons, S. C. Pres
Associations, Association Graduates S. C
Military Academy, all meet during Fair
All are cordially invited to visit the city
Exhibits of the products, inanufaicture
and resources of South Carolina specially
For further information, address
E. L. ROCHE,
Secretary A. S. S. C.
NBw 8ud Do8i[able S1oc
Soap, Starch, Soda,
OF ALL KINDS, to be found at
A. C. JONES'
Next Door to Pelham's Drug Store.
Nc.v. 5, 45-2m. -
Clothe Tourselves Cheaply
If you want a fine suit of Clothing for Suln
day wear, or for the holiday season, ca
on~ WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want a Business Suit for every day
call on WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you want an Overcoat to keep the cl
out, call on WI .CPOK
IfyuwRITa Cot Jr Wa Cet,OrpOCK
Pfyo ants a irt, dramet, or an pairnd
ats, paSirtoloe, Unorgamers, cany ki:
a rvt pirI-T o Gloves CPP aloK
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
DON'T FORGET IT!
McSmith Music hses
GREENVILLE, S. C.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Are NO SMALL SU-AGENCIES,
BUT REAL WHOLESALE DEPOTS,
Wi: KEEP from 10 to 2( Pianos and Organs
by the dozeni. These are Branches of Lud
den & Bates. WE ARE Agents for the Fac
AND SELL AT: FACTORY -PRICES,
MASON & HAMLIN, PELOUBET & PEL
TON; STERLING ORGA NS, &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 TE MUSIC LINE.
NO COMMISSION BUSINESS ABOUT THIS,
Buy Direct and Save theMiddle
Write to as for Illustrated Catalogue
and Price List, an-1
YOU WILL SAVE TIE, FREIGHT AND
Mc-SlITh MUSIC HOUSE
Dec. 3, 49-3m.
Guardian Notice of Final Set
Notice is hereby given that -I will make
arirnal settlement on the estate of Walton~
J. Epting, on-Tuesday, the 6th day of Jain
uary, 1880, in the:Probate Court for -New
.berry County, S. C., and immediatoly
thereafter apply for-a-aial discharge there
of. JA.OB, EFTING,
Dec. 3, 49-5t*.- Guirdian.
The firm of COPPQCK & JOHNSON is
tshis day dissolved by nutualcOnseni r. S.
Coppock having sold out.bis.entire interest.
to John 0. Peoples. In retiring from the
-frin. E. S. Ooppock vould'return his thanks
-to~his friends and patrons aid-would ask a
conitintiation 'for the n'ei -firm of PEOPLES
& JOHNSON of the pat'ro;nage soJierally
bestow~ed upon.the old. -The name of the re
tiring firm will only be used for the pur
p~ose ,of closing up the business.
- E. -S. COPPO( K.
Jno. 0.. Peoples having bought out the'
entire interest of Mi.'Emanumel 5: op~pock'
in f,he firm of Coppoolk &fJohnson, he ig
dersignied . have .formed a .partnership un
der the :name and '-style of 'PFKPLES&
JOHNSON, and they will continue, to carryj
'onfhe Haid wire Busi'nes'at the old stand,
No: 3 Mollobon Row.
JOHN 0- PEOPL.ES.
Nov. 26, 48-tf. .:
We will sell, by order of Probate Court,
at' the late residence~ of Joseph Duckeit,
dec'd., on Wednesday, December 17th,
18719, all the Personal Property of said de
ceabed, consisting of
Milch Cows, Cattle,
* Cornodder. Peas,. . a . .a
Houshold Cotton See,.
oueodand Kite.hen Furniture, &c., &c.
JOHN C. "I'UdKETT,
.-JAMES: P. DUGKETT,
Nov. 28, 1879. Administrators.
Oysters ! Oysters !
I am now prepared to. supply best Nor
folk Oysters in any quantity, large or small,
and respectfully solicit orders from my
friends in Ne wberryv and:surrounding Couni
ties. Ordei-s promptly attended to and sit
isfaction guaranteed. - -
M. B. BATEMAN, Agent,
Columbia ice House,
Nov. 19, 4'7-lm. Columbia, S. C.
All persons:indebted to the-late Chesstey
Davis will make payment, and all persons
having demands' against saidl deceased, will
render them in, propezly attested, to the
undersigned, or. to our ,Attorney, George,
Johnstone, Esq:;,'on or before 'the'first- d-ty
of January next.
XIL LIAM[ C. DAVIS,
S. A; HUNTER,
Nov. 18, 1879. . 47-5t.
I will make a final settlementas Guardian
of the Estate of Charles M. Gary, on Friday,
the 19th day of Decembernit, in the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County, and im
mediately thereafter apply for a 'final dis
charge as such Guardian.
JOHN K. GARY, Cuardian.
Nov. 17, 1879-417-5.
NEW YORK SII9PP1NR
'Everybody is delighted with the tasteful
and beautiful selection made by Mrs. La
mar, who has NETER FAILED to please her
customers. New Fall circular just issued.
ISend for it.
Address MRS. ELLEN LAMAIR,
877 Broadway, New York.
Nov. 26, 48-tf.
iN THE DISTRICT CUURT OF
THE UNI.TED 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,
Ia meeting of the Creditors of the said
Bankrupt will be held before me, the un
dersigned Register, at Ne-wberry C. H., on
the 17tui Dec. :next, at i2 M., ior the pur
pose of electing an Assigniee,in lieu of the
Iforn.er Assignee, J. 11. O'Neill, dec'd.
C. G. JAEGER, Register.
25th Nov., 1879. 48-4t.
;WORK THE ROADS.
All Overseers of Public Highways are
h~rebv renuired to out their roads in good
|Iau'dtare and Cutlerj.
LOW PqRI C (OTTONo
To-v underigned I attention.of
the 1-'im to 4 ir w
Of tile "Avery Patent."
Of all grades and prices.
Picks, firubhig Mu
Also, a splendid lot of
Carpeners' and Blacksiths'.
All. laid in at prices thaL will meet the low
price of cotton. Call.and see f9r yourselves;o
at-the Hardware Store of
No. 3. Mollohen Row
Janr , 1870. -- - 1 4~
LUC INE SEDS
PEOPLES -, J0HN60N!S;o
Aug. 27, 35-tfi
Avery's Walking.ultivator foirp16s.
.Avery's Doublefo6f, or .
'Avery's " " poo-,
Avery's Single, wood-andi&ro,
At prices that an?i cafi'
Call on PEPLES k MHBYN
Apr. 30, 18-4
Dry 6NoodW~Md M7otions
Respect'ully~ announce that' their; assort
meat in ** :
8TAPLE AND FANCY
IS NOW OPEN,
And invite;:a early- inspectiog--by thesk
friends and customers.
.'With thanks for past favors n-e respect-~
fully soliciti a.-continuance. of the-same. -~
Oct. 15, 42-tf.
Drugs #' Fancy &rticles.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
COLUMaIA, S. C.'
Eemoved to store two doors next to
--Wheeler House. -
A full' stock-of -Pure -Medicines; Chemi
cals, Perfpmenries, ;T'oilet; Articles, Garden -
and Field Seeds, always in store and.at
moderate prices. K
Orders p;omrtly attnendd to.
By order of the-Probate Oourt of New
berry County, I will seli, at. the late resi
dence of Texania C. Rikard,-in said County,
at -public. outcry, on the 18t-h day of De
cember, A. D. 1S79, the following property
of said decea.sed :
I Mule, Lot Hogs, Cattle, Corn, Fodder,
Cotton Seed, 1 Wigon, 1 Buggy and Har
ness, Plantation Tools, Household and.
Kitchlen Furniture, and other personal pro
J. B. BOINEST,
Dec. 3, 49-St. Admninistrator.
* MONTH guaranteed. -S2 a day
3aQt home made by the industrious.
aitlnot reqird ; we will start
you., Men, women, boys and girls.
make money faster at work for us than any
thing else. Tile work is light and pleasant,
and such as anyone can go right at. Those
who are wise who see this notice will send
us their addresses at once and-seefor them
selves. Costy Outlit and terms tree. Nsow
is the time. Those already at work ar<'al
ing up large sum of money. Address TRtUE
& CO., Augusta, Maine. 2'> -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob 1B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Where'as, D. H. Wheeler bath made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of Ad
miitration, of the Estate and effects of
Anthony Pen&my, deceased..
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred- and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before mue, in the Court of Probate,
to be held.at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
on te 8t da ocmber. naet arfte