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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1881
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
P. B. Ruff-Settle Up.
S. E. Stratton-Notice.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
J. 0. Turnipseed-Notice.
C. & G. S. Mower-Clark's Mile-End Spo<
E. W. Thomason-Bankrupt Stock c
Watches, Jewelry. &c.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted a
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are chargec
as regular ad ertisenents at $1 pe,
Notices of administration, and othe
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well a
cow" nunications of a personal cuzracte
must be paid for in advance
The subseription price of the Heral
is $2.00for twelve months, $1.00 for sia
months, 50 cents for three months anc
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed or
the subscription books until the cash o'
its cquivaXlent is paid.
g' All communications relating tc
personal interests will be inserted al
regular advertising rates one dollar pei
square, cash in advance. tf
This paper may be found on fMe at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
reaa (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 N
"eaves......... 3 00 P M
Up mail closes.at............... 2 05 PM
Down mal'clbes at.............12 45 P M
Laurens maif 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
Mrs. Elizabeth Werts, mother of Mr.
David Werts,Br., died near Silver Street
the night of the 6th instant. She was
about ninety years of age.
To-morrow is Ash-Wednesday. whicb
is the first day of Lent.
The Christians are holding services
nightly in their Hall this week. Elder
F. M. Green preaches, and all persons
are cordially invited to attend.
Having:rags, old iron, brass, copper,
&c.,- for which they have no use, cani
disnose of same to Mr. S. E. Stratton,
whose advertisement appears in to-day's
Mr.D. B. Kinard, of Prosperity, has
sent us a specimen of Pearl Millet,
which he says makes first-rate forage.
Mr. Kinard can give any information
The Professors of Newbe rry College
have arranged for a series of lectures,
and the first will be delivered by Dr.
Mayer Thursday next, at 2 P. M.-sub.
Messrs. R. L. McCaughrin, Silas
Johnstone and E. A. Scott have for
warded a contribution of $15 to Capt.
F. W. Dawson, of Charleston, for the
Irish Relief Fund. Cannot all our citi
zens do something in this line?
There is frequently more noise than
necessary made by per:ons going outoi
town Saturday nights. Sometimes this
becomes a serious nuisance, as was the
case last Saturday night. The residents
on College Street will remember the
e Qthat passed out of town in thal
dUnabout 8 o'clock, walking 14i
sur ilong, and yelling and shouting
at the top of his voice-and such a voice
A night in the Guard House would havt
done him good.
Newberrians in Charfston.
The following Newberr-ians visitd
Charleston last week, on pleasure 0:
business bent-some to attend the Stat4
Grange Meeting, others to see the races
- J. Ramage. C. B. Buist, D. R. Phi.
fer, G. T. Reid, D). V. Seurry, Alar
Johnstone, H. H. Evans, E. W. Stod.
dard, C. D. Boozer. Jno. R. Spearman
Rev. J7. A.; Sligh, A. J. Kilgore, S. H
Fellers, A. W. Monts, J. A. Riser, S
A. Hanter, W. D. Hardy, E. C. Sim
kins, J. N. Lipscomb, T. W. Holloway
Mrs. Ruff, Mrs. Henry, J. P. Pool, W
S. Birge, and several others whoe
names have escaped us.
Great Bankrupt Sale
Of Watches, Jewelry and Silver Pla
ted Waie. Among our advertisementi
will be found one announcing the sa14
by auction of a fine stock of Watches
Jewelry, Plated-ware, etc., in Cash~
New Store, by E. W. Thomason, Auc
tioneer. In speaking of the Myer
-Bros. the Athens, Ga. Watchman says
"this is the last day that the Meyer
Bros. will offer in this city tbc bankrup
stock of the noted California Store. A
this was their first visit to Athens, the;
labored under some disadvantages, bu
by offering customers the greatest facil
ities to have goods tested, and guaran
teeing satisfaction or money refundet
they have in a short time built up;
*large trade, and we can assure ther
an immense business should they vis
us net fall. They have, and are offei
The Newberry Conference of the S.
C. Synod (Lutheran) will meet at Beth
Eden Church, Rev. J. D. Shirey's
charge. Friday before the 5th Sunday of
this month. Rev. H. S. Wingard hasj
been selected to preach the opening
sermon-Rev. J. A. Sligh alternate;
Rev. J. Hawkins to preach the Sunday
sermon; subject, "Pastoral Support"
Rev. Prof. S. S. Rahn alternate. Sev- i
eral questions of practical importance t
- will be discussed during the session of
- the Synod. j
- A Slow Letter. 1
- Two years ago a letter was mailed at
Silver Street Post Office, G. & C. R. R.,
to Miss Florence Pitts, Thornwell Or- j
phanage, Clinton, S. C.; the letter con- t
- tained a dollar bill. It reached its des- f
tination the 28th of January, 1880, hav- s
ing been all this time making the trip.
The mails are required to be carried c
"with celerity, certainty and security";
the celerity of this particular letter was
at the rate of about sixty yards a day. c
The explanation no doubt is, that the
letter was opened for the dollar bill, and
that the party opening it was afterwards
moved by a guilty conscience to remedy e
the wrong, and so remailed it to the
- - r
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing a
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
Oct. 8, 41-6m.
Liens for Sale. b
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent, a
for'sale at this office. b
A Household Need. c
A book on the Liver, its diseases and tl
their treaL.ment sent Free: Including
treatises upon Liver Complaints. Tor
pid Liver, Jaundice, Biliousness, Head
ache,Constipation, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
&c., address Dr. Sanford. 162 Broad
way, New York City, New York. 5-3
If you are troubled with Dyspepsia, d
Sour Stomach, Headache, Billiousness, ti
or any disorders of a sluggish liver, a
Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Liver a
Powder, will cure you. Taken in time, ti
it will save a doctor's bill and much c
suffering. It has been used successfully a
in many cases where other remedies tt
had failed. Dyspepsia is a common ti
complaint, and anything affording re- sE
lief is gladly welcomed. Portaline is a
only 50 ets. a package, and will cure e
you. For sale by W. E. Peiham.t
T HOMPSoN, Dentist, opposite Herald office d
If you would have pleasant dreams,
buy a "NATIoNAL WIRE MATTRESS" a
from Robt. Y. Leavell. 5-tf r
H. A,Burns d
Calls attention to his stock of Cigars, c
Tobacco, Teas, Fresh Crackers, Can- c
dies, &e, His stock of Fancy Groce- a
ries and Confectioneries, of all kinds, is ii
new and fresh, and his fig'res cannot I:
fail to recommend him to persons de- 3
siring to supply themselves with arti- e
cdes in his line. Burns' object is to b
make people happy by selling them the n
best things at the lowest pri -, Call $
on him and he will prove it to your sat
isfaction. 1-tf. v
Glad tidings for all sufferers with
Coughs and Colds is the announcements 14
that Coussens' Honey of Tar is a never
failing remedy. Deservedly the most
popular medicine of the age it has i
no rival as a cure for diseases of the i,
throat and lungs, and each day adds
fresh triumphs to its long list of vic- e
tories over Coughs, Colds, aind mores
serious affections of the throat and ,
lungs. One trial will convince you. 1
Price 50 cts. For sale by WV. E. Pel
OTHER HOLIDAY BOOKS, v
WILL BE SOLD AT s
At HERALD BOOK STORE.
Life is a Pleasure
ofOnly when we are in the enjoyment
ofall our faculties and in perfect health.
Tbis can only be when all the impor- ~
tant organs of the body are performing t
their functions properly. The Liver is
-more liable to get out of order than
any other organ, and produces more
unpleasant effects. A dose of Dr. Gil
der's Liver Pills occasionally, will keep ~
it all right, or set it right if it has gone
*wrong. Sold by all Druggists. 1-2m.
,True as Preaching.
-The holidays are over and people I
have subsided into the old every day I
way of doing things; they are not look- I
ing out now for Christmas and New I
Year presents to please the fancy and 1
gratify their friends. The substantial
and every day necessities now claim
their attention, and we know of no
place where we can direct with greater
scertainty of getting what they want if
- in the line of crockery, china, glass or
s other ware and house furnishing goods
' generally, than at the magnificent store
of Kingsland & Heath, Columbia. The1
t public are bound to be pleased and sat
isfied there. Go there when down, or
send orders when you cannot find time
tto go 5-tf.
' 80. A SPLENDID_OFFER. '80.
I -- An LOUISVILLE
Death of an Ex-Legislator.
Joseph D. Boston, colored, died at his
bome in Newberry village the 2nd in
5tant. Joe formerly belonged to Mr.
Wi. D. Reagin, of this County. After
he war he became a preacher, but find
ng politics more profitable he went
nte that, and for several years during
he flush days of radicalism wielded a
itrong influence over his colored breth
en. He was member of the l,egisla
ure for two or three terms. He was
iot a mean negro; and when not used
is a tool by the "leaders", which was
Infortunately too often, was conpara
ively harmless. In 1876 he voted for
lampton, and since that time has had
to political influence in the County.
or the last two or three years he has
aught school. He died of consumption.
rom which be had been a sufferer for
We propose to stereotype the follow
g sentence, to save rewriting it so
ften: "There is a great deal of crimi
al business on hand, which will occupy
early the entire session."
The business of Court has been push
d forward with all possible dispatch.
'he hours for sitting are between 9 1-2
M. and late at night, with an hour's
acess for dinner. The first case tried
as that of Rich'd Houseal, colored, for
rand larceny. The jury were locked
p in the ju-y-room all Monday night,
t failed to agree upon a verdict-they
11 agree, however, in saying that they
ad the sort of a time that the parrot
ad with the monkey. It was awfully
Ad, and they had nothing to warm
lem, internally or externally. They
,ood eight for conviction, and four for
equittal. The Judge ordered a "mis
-ial" entered Tuesday morning. the
ext case tried was that of Sam'l Ityan
>r hog stealing. This was the case in
hich our friends Abrams and Bishoj
iktinguished themselves by their detec
ve skill. Sam "didn't know nothing
bout it", but the jury convicted him
yway. and the Judge sentenced him
the penitentiary for one year. The
me of Wm. I. Harp, indicted for the
iurder of James B. Chappell, was next
iken up. The Solicitor represented
ie State, and the defendant was repre
nted by Messrs. Geo. Johnstone, Pope
id Schumpert. Six witnesses were
amined on the part of the State, and
wenty-two on the part of the defense.
.ble speeches were made by Messrs.
ohnstone,. Pope and Schumpert for the
efense, and by Mr. Ball for the State.
'he jury retired at 2 P. M. Thursday,
nid after a consultation of ten minutes
sturned with the verdict-Not Guilty.
The next case was that against Theo
ore Mitchell, charged with grand lar
any. The prosecutor, Caleb Hunter,
laimed that he had a five dollar bill in
barroom, that the defendant "hugged"
imn very aff'ectionately, and that short
r afterwards he missed the money.
erdict, not guilty. This case present
d a new way of "getting your money
ack". Caleb and his wife, as wit
esses in the case, got certbficates for
2.50 each-the amount lost.
Mathias W. Miller, a gray-haired
hite man, was tried for assaulting Dr.
no. N. Lindsay; verdict, not guilty.
The case against David W. McCul
>ugh, indicted for buying seed cotton
etween sunset and sunrise, was not
ross'd. As was also the case against
Viley Spearman, charged with obtain
ig goods under false pretenses.
The two cases against Philip Epstein,
barged with trespass upon land by
:ock, were beard together. They were
ppeal cases from a Trial Justice Court.
'he defendant had been convicted by a
'rial Justice under the new stock law.
'he defendant's employees while driv
ig defendant's cattle through the coun
-y, allowed said stock to trespass upon
ids along the roadside-defendant
ras not present. The defendant's coon
3 took the ground that the defendant
ot being present nor in charge of the
attle when the trespass was committed
ould not be held criminally liable for
le trespass,. on the principle that a
rincipal cannot authorize an agent to
o a wrong. The jury brought in a
erdict of guilty; but on motion for new
rial the Judge granted the nmotion, on
be ground stated. The Solicitor has
o pross'd the cases.
Simeon S. Abrams was tried for entry
pon lands after notice forbidding the
ae. The title to the land came into
uestion, David Boozer, the prosecutor,
laming it under purchase from Mrs.
C. S. A brams, and the defendant claim
ng that Boozer, having given Mrs.
hrams a mortgage of the land and
iaving abandoned its possession, had no
enger any title. There was also a con
lit in the testimony as to the "notice",
he prosecutor testifying that he tacked
ipa written notice, which the defend
Lt testified he did not see or hear of.
['he jury said, Not guilty.
The case against Spencer Wallace,
daria Robertson, Brantley Rutherford,
enj. Harrington, Jr., and Joseph
imes, grand larceny-stealing money
'om Jno. F. Banks-was not pross'd.
We understand Mr. Banks has recover
ad his money.
The Court of General Sessions was
djourned sine die Saturday morning.
The Sheriff has only one prisoner
Sam Ryan-for the penitentiary.
Saturday was occupied in taking
judgments by default and in "sounding"
Calendar 1, preparatory to Monday's
The Court is now engaged in the trial
afjury cases in the Court cf Common
Presentment of the Grand Jury.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.
To the Honorable William H. Wallace
Presiding Judge :
The Grand Jurors for the County for
the present year respectfully beg leave
to make the following presentment:
Having just entered upon the discharge
of the duties of a Grand Jury for the
present year, they have visited the
Clerk's, Sheriff's, Judge of Probate's,
County Comriissioners', County Audit
or's, County Treasurer's, School Com
missioner's and Coroner's Offices, and
are happy to report that they have
found the same in good condition. They
desire, however, to call attention to the
following matters in the different offices:
1st. They find on deposit in the
Clerk's Office $2,580.40 which were
tendered for State and County Taxes
of Bills of the Bank of the State) to the
County Treasurer; they recommend
:hat proper steps be speedily taken, es
pecially in relation to County Taxes, to
ietermine the controversy existing over
2nd. They find that the sum of $3,200
.vhich was left on deposit (by Jesse C.
3mith, late County Treasurer,) in the
qational Bank of Newberry, S. C., and
vhich was ordered by this Court to be
urned over to the present County
Creasurer, still remains in the present
Creasurer's hands without having been
isposed of on account of uncertainty as
o what fund or funds the same belongs,
nd in justification to our own County
Creasurer we would say, that in accord
nce with his instructions from his su
>eriors in office, viz., the Attorney
xeneral and Comptroller-General, he
s bound to hold this fund until the mat
er is definitely determined.
We beg to call the attention of the
>roper officers to an Act of the General
lssembly of this State, entitled an Act
o regulate the distribution of moneys
ecovered from officers of this State in
uits brought upon their official bonds
r otherwise, approved Dec. 22, 1875.
They also beg leave to call the atten
ion of the Attorney-General and Solici
or to the fact that Jesse C. Smith, late
County Treasurer, is a defaulter to a
:onsiderable amount of money, and
hat suit should be brought upon his
)f$icial Bond to recover the moneys
ustly due by him to the Public Treasu
4th. Complaint has been made as to
he office of Coroner, and in justification
o him in the discharge of his duties we
vould say, that when a Homicide oc
~urs he, the Coroner, is the first officer
o be sought, and tl at no other officer
as the right to perform his duties, only
n case he cannot be had or his services
5th. We desire to earnestly urge upon
he County Commissioners their duty
a repair the Jail and Court House at
he earliest moment the financial condi
ion of the County will permit. We
id that some of the Public Roads are
n bad condition, especially the roads
'rom Hughey's Ferry to 0. WV. Wick
r's, from Langford's Mill to Dr. T. W.
3oozer's; and would suggest that the
.ommissioners exercise care in appoint
ng proper persons as Overseers of the
loads, and enforce the faithful per
ormace of duty by such Overseers.
We would congratulate the County
30mmissioners upon their economical
lisposition of the finances of the Coun
y, and also in their appointment of a
nost efficient Keeper of the Poor House
n the person of Mr. H. C. Wilson, the
aid Poor House being visited by -the
Irand Jury and found to be exceeding
y well kept, and at as little expense as
t can well be.
6th. We have not examined the Trial
ustices' offices of the County on account
>f information received from the Solici
or in open Court that they did not come
ithin our jurisdiction unless complaint
is to incompetency or malfeasance in
>fice was made.
7th. We desire to call attention to the
;tate of the Dockets or Calendars of the
Jourt of Common Pleas, Calendar No.
Lcontainig 142 cases; Calendar No.
2, 132; Calendar No. 3, 22; Calendar
io. 4, 14; Calendar No. 6, 26--total,
136-many of which are of long stand
ng. In the opinion of this Gran d Jury
lelay of administration of justice on the
~ivil side of this Court is an evil of se
:ious magnitude, and would recommend
;bat an Extra Term of the Court of
Dommon Pleas be ordered by your
Eonor at an early day for the purpose
:f clearing the Dockets as far as possi
ble, or if your Honor's time be so occu
pied by your official engagements as to
prevent you from so doing, that the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court order such
Extra Term in accordance with law.
8th. We present Phillip Koon, a citi
en of this County, for violating the law
governing the sale of Intoxicating Li
quors by retailing the same during the
year 1879 without a License as required
by law, and within haif a mile of a
Church known as Soule&s Chapel-wit
nesses Elijah Wells, J. H. Chappell, R.
S. Boazman and F. Werber, Jr.
All of which is respectfully submitted
JNO. K. NANCE.
R. T. REAGIN.
A. M. WYSE.
JOHN M. GLJYMPH.
E. J. LAKE.
W. F. SCHUMPERT.
A. B. CROMER.
P. M. DENSON.
J. W. McKITTRICK.
S. A. WHITMIRE.
S. J. McCRACKEN.
. H. LONG
The passenger coach on the Laurens
R. R.. jumped the track last Saturday
near Gary's Lane, and was slightly
damaged. Conductor Peake was pitch
ed into a briar patch, and the umbrella
of Col. Th'os. Crews had some of its
ribs broken. No other damage was
sustained. Our hurried interview with
the Col. did not allow us time to ascer
tain v:hether or not he would bring
suit against the road for the injury to
Various and all About.
The cold weather of last week put a
quietus on the wheat fly.
A Columbia correspondent of the
Beaufort Crescent says that Hon. Jas.
N. Lipscomb will undoubtedly be the
candidate for Secretary of State.
Dr. J. K. Gilder has comnenced
building on his lot in front of Mr. Win.
Langford's. It is one of the prettiest
lots in town, and be intends to put a
handsome residence on it.
Measles has been quite prevalent in
Prosperity and the surrounding country
for a few weeks past. The disease is
of a milder type than usual, and we
have beard of no fatal cases.
Policeman Franklin made his first
arrest one day last week. He did it
fearlessly and promptly. He didn't
stop to enquire whether his prisoner
was rich or poor, white or black, or
anything of that kind, but promptly
marched that prisoner to the Guard
House. It was a cow.
We quite agree with the fellow who
gets off the following: Oh, that Mon
day could be postponed to the middle of
the week! Everything goes wrong side
up Monday morning. People get out
of bed in a huff, eat breakfast because
they are obliged to, and come down
town in a fit of the sulks. The fact is
Sunday just gives us rest enough to
make a man feel the need of more, and
Monday finds him mad because he can't
Lose not thy own for wadt of ask
ing it I Lose not your infant for want
of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, which any
druggist will sell you for 25 cents a
Mr. T. B. Crews, of the Laurensville
Herald, paid us a "pop call" Friday on
his way to Columbia.
Dr. J. D. Bruce, of Prosperity, was
in town Sunday. His new home seems
to agree with him, for he is looking
stouter than we have seen him for a
Mr. C. H. Beard, traveling for the
Columbia Regist er, paid us a visit last
last week. The Register has a large
number of subscribers in this town and
Mr. J. Wallace Ainger, of Charles
ton, traveling for the Eclect ic Magazine,
visited Newberry last week. We are
glad to learn that he obtained several
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., one of the most
enterprising and skillful physicians of
his age in th]e State, has gone North on
a twvo months visit to the large hospitals
of New York and Baltimore. He ne
glects no opportunity for perfeeting
himself in his profession.
Mr. Jno. D. Brown desires us to say
that he did not apply for the position of
private policeman at either the first
election this year or at the second elec
tion to fill the vacancy. He applied
the first time for the position of Chief,
supposing the salary would b)e $40 per
per month-he was elected; but the.
salary being reduced to $35 he declined.
Mr. Brown has made a dirst-rate police
man, and we are sorry to lose him from
Regulate first the stomach ,second
the liver ; especially the first, so as to
perform their functions perfectly and
you will remnove at least uineteen
twentieths of all the ills that mankind
is heir to, in this or any other climate.
Hop Bitters is the only thing that
wilgive perfectly healthy natural ac
tion to these two organ~s.
A. WEEIK in your own town, arnd no
Sc.apital risked. You can give the
buss a trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever offered
for those willing to work. Iou should try
nothing else until you see for yourselt what
you can do at the business we offer. No
room to explain here. You can devote all
your time or only your spare time to the
business, and make great pay for every
hour that you work. Women make as much
as men. Send for special private terms and
particulars, which we mail free. $.5 Outtit
free. Don't complain ot hard times while
you have such a chance. Address HI. H AL
LETT &CO., Portland, Maine. 2.5-ly.
North Carolina Presbyterian.
Nn efforts are spared to make this organ
of the North Carolina Presbyterians both at
tractive and useful. To do this we present
such a variety of moral arnd religious reading
as will be read by young and old, rich and
poor, clergy and laity, learned and unlearn
ed. Our special aim is to publish a live pa
It numbers among its correspondents Rev.
Drs. Drury Lacy, J. Henry Smith, J. B. Ad
ger and A. W. Miller; Rev. Messrs. Jos. M.
Atkinson, E. H. Harding, D. E. Jordan, J.
Rumple, E. F. Rockwell, P. H. Dalton, L. C.
V'ass, H. G. Hill. W. S. Lacy, W. W. Pharr,
F. HI. Johnston. P. T. Penick, R. Z. John
ston, S. H. Chester, J. W. Primrose, S. M.
Smith, R. 0. Reed, J. M. Wharey; Prof. J.
IR. Blake; Mrs. Cornelha Phillips Spencer,.
Mrs. H. M. Irwin, and many others. Price
$2 65 a year. Address,
Editor and Proprietor,
Jan. 28, 5-tf. Wilmington, N. C.
The Southern Cultivator.
Now is the time to subscribe for this old
and reliable Agricultura! .Journal. It is in
its XXX VIII volume, and stands at the head
of agricultural papers. It is now published
by the CONSTITUTION, Atlanta. Ga.
Price. - - - $ 1.50 perT annum.
Clubs ofl10, - - 12.50"
Clubs of 20, - - 20.00"
T11 a rrri V n nautnTITiITlfnaI
N:.WBERRY, S. C., Feb. 10, 18).
Ordinarv . .. ............... !n10
Good Ordinary.....................10 a11
Low Middling..................... all
M iddling .......................111a12
Good Middling ..........12 a12
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Vlurireat.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO,
Siioulders. Prime New....... 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..... S
Sides. C. I.. New............ 9
DRY SALTEI) MEA1TS
Sloulder. 1ew.............. 6~
Sides, C. I., New........... a 8
Sides. Long ('lear........... S
Uncanvassed Hams........ 12
LARD-Canvassed Has, (Magio:ia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 12
Crushed.... ....... 14
Granulated Standard..... .. 12;a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C...................... IG
Yellow................ e..... 1u
New Orleans................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 5u
Cuba Molasses......... 6
Sugar HIous.. Molasses. 37
Young Hlyson................... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... :0
Best Rio.................... 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted... .................. 1.00
SOAP. ....................... 6a 10
Sl'AR ..CI ..... ... ................. Ia 16
STAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR. per bi................ 6.0Ua 8.03
PEARL H31NY........ ..... .. 5
CANDY..... ................. 20
CONCENTRATED LYE.......... o
ENGLISH SODA. ............. 10
HO}:SFORD'S BA KING P'OWDERC 25
SEA FOAM YAKING P1OWDER... 35
AXLE G REASE...................... 1,
'OBACCO.................. ........... Ma 1.2:
NAILS t:' keg..... ............ 6.10
BAGG IN -Eeavy........................... 124
ARROW TIES. ler bunch........... 300
RED CLOVER SEED-per Ib....... 20
RED OATS-Ier tu................. 5 a
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 TRIMMING,
All of which will be done in first class style.
I have a c,hoice and well selected stock
of seasoned material and will build
Double and Single Seat
for 'sale and to order, of iany stylec or pat
tern, promptly, and guaranitee satisfaiction,
as I will employ none but the best and
most careful workmen; and spare no pains
to make my work first class.
OLD CAPR!AGES AND BUGGIES reno
vated and nmde to look equal to new.
REPAIRING done ini the best manner
and with dispatch.
HORSESBOEING and PLANTATION
WORK promptly done.
All of the above will be executed
AT LOWVEST CASHPRIC E8.
A liberal patronage respectfully solicited.
Shop Opposite Jail,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Drugs #' Fancy elrticles.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
9RIUGGiST AND l ClEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Removed to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
cals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles; Garden
and Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders proniptly attended to.
Apr. 1], 15-tf.
W/hen You Vii CoIumbia
Don't Fail to Call on
C. F. IACKXOX
SiTISlACTION IX GOO98!
Than Anywhere in
C. F. JACKSON.
Dec. 17, 51-tf.
All persons ha;in~ diman l~ ~ai ..t th
D r y G o o d s a
Invites hi? friends in Newherrv and the p
1st. That he has an nusu
2nd. That every a1ti was
311. That every article will b
live and let live : and
4th. That he will )ight it o
Black C u!Chre-all wool, at 5), 65.
75 and $1 ptr yard.
New Styies of Dress Goods, at 25 ets.
Men's Cassimere,, of all stylrs an.! prices.
is low as in New York. b
Another h>t of all Sik Ribbons, at 12i
c1s., worth 25 and :;5.
Linen and Cotton Towels, from 5 cts. to p
Who has one used the PEOPLES' '- f
Watches, clocks, Jewelry.
- . ON JEW E L R V
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on ha'd a large ami [elegauIt
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, -
SPECTAcCS AND SPECTACL'E CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN F.NDLEss VAtUD.TY.
All orders by mail p.romptly attended to.
Watchraaking and! Repairing
D)oue Cheupiy endi with Di.spatch.
Call and examine my sto'ck anid pr:ces.
sTATE OF SOUTH CAROL[NA, ji
NEWBERRY COUNTY. r
By Jaceob B. Feilers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, H irriet F. McCarley' iaih made 1
suit to me t grant her Letters of Ad
ministratiou, of the Estate and effects of IC
IJohn McCarley, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ad:nonish
all and ,ingular the kindred and creditorsj
of the said deceased, that they be and I
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate.
to be held at Newberry Court Hoeuse, S. C ., t
on the 16th day of February next, after r
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the t
forenoon, to shew cause, it any they have,
why the said Administration should not be C
granted. Given under my hand, this .31st 1
day of Ja nuary, .An:o Domini 1880.
J. B. FELLERS, J.r.x. c. s
Feb. 4, 6-2t. I
STATE OF SOUIul CAROLINA.~
NEWBERRY COUNTY. a
By Jacob 1B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ebene zer P. Chaliners, Clervk ofa
Court, hath made suit to ;me, to gr ant him
Letters of Administration of the' derelie
Estate and effects of D)ennris Lark, decease'd.
These ar thecrefore to cit.e and awiuihb
all anid singular. the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that :hey be and S
appear, betore me, in the Court of Pro
bare, to be held at Newberry Cout Hiouse,
S. C., on the 25th day of February next, n
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenjoon, to shew cause. ifayte
have, why the said Adiministrtion should
not be granted. Given under my' hand,
this 10th day of January, Anno Domnn,
J. B. tE LLE~RS, J. r. N. C.
Jan. 14A. 3-66S.
STATE OF SOUTH CARULINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ebenezer P. Chalmers, Cierk
of Court, hath made suit to me, to grant
him Letters of Administration of the dere-e
liet Estate and effects of John Lairk, de
These are, therefore, To cite and admuon
ish all and singz;iar -the kindred and crei
ors of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate, t
to be held at Newberry Court House, on
the 25th day of February nzxt, after puitii
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, e
to shew cause, if any they hav.e, why the
said Ad:ministr.ton should n;ot be granted.
Given under my" hand, this 10th day L'
January, Anno Donmini 1880.
Jai. J4 B. FE LLERS, J. P. N. c
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jr.cob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ebenezer P. Chahners, Glerk
of Court, hath made suit to maw, to grant
him Letters of Administration, of the dere
liet Estate and ellhets of Lura 11. La' k, de
These are therefore to cite and. admaoniTh
all and singula ir.h tie .a:.. c:editorI
of the said deceased, that they be ad
appear, beftore me, ini the Court of 'i obate,e
to be held at Newberrv Court Hiou-e, S. C.,
on the 25th day of February next, after
pulcto eef t iocoki u
pubricntont hro, ats if a'eoey the ae
whyno toe shew Adnse,tio ny heyl haoe
granthe saive Adinstrtio h,nd, thi 1bh
graynted Ja ny undeo Dmyhnd, tis 10h
daJf.auay B.n DminiS 188. .N.C
1 n 1:er r voc , o y e
[A, S. C.,
sar'efull eleAccted andi bioughit
e sold onl th-e pinileOf
onl this line if it t:'iks all
B!a n't, J,,ut?.4: .
A ) h new . 1'. of ik Tie. Co;.ius
Anl C>tra :ie I.Ak u I.:nb re E g
.-t: r:w . !n rOI:: i:a, or if m ire
o::'.v1a-'i s:e :'s. S:copics aml
riees sen:t On :p p l l.
Oet. 15, 42-f.
Hf E .si -Wer it or a!1 others,
JT 1ilt it np' it just
PElOPLE w:at.. It
isthe sh;uttlonbk stitch, runu'al
the' bas without runin S: r_e
i of the r ichine. \'rite for, d'e"
e, e~ rnunrs -m-% ful! ptieular.
30 it, 3 1 Vod ~.i
Ev ery Man his own Agent
rand Introduction Sale.
FivE Troas.NI super) Instrumients from
::LE. iinNG M.tUFACTLUERS to be placed
i reresentative Southxern homes at F'acto
Rt. for INTRODUCTION and ADVERTTSE
Ts. nibe ina ugarmted Nov. 1. 183,. and
r,vin:/ .<ueh an immxense success will be
ont inued until Nov. 1. 18.;. Thc only sale
the kind ever successfu!ly carried out in
.mnerica. Don't miss this chance to join a
IGANTIC CLUB1 of FIVE THOUSAND PURGHAS
Rs. each of whom secures an Instrument
t MA~NUF' ~.1LACRR's WHOLE.SA'LE RATES.
WFORMA TION TO PURCHASERS.
Don't make thle mistalke of supposing us
> be merel y "local agents, selling on comn
lission." Uniderstand, and don't forget it,
int TEN of thme largest manufacturers in
hickening & Sons.. jMason &~'hmlin.
Callet & Davis. jGuild & Church.
[athushek Piano Co. Peloubet & Pelton.
onthern Gem Co. ISterling OrganCo.
ave appointed us their SO.UTHERN WHOLE-.
.ALE AGENTSand given us eXClusive conti'ol
f their instrtuments for tiie South. These
[au ufacturers supply us. under special con
:act, with tamousands of bustrumnents yearly
t only a Small per cent. over prime cost of
manufacture. All advantages gained by
ur direct connectlin with manufacturers
n d our immense purchbases we give direct-:
to purchasers under our
few Plan of Selling!
No Agents:! No Commissions: Instruments
bipped from factory direct to pur'chasers
ndt all mniddie menci's profits saved. - Every
ian his own Agent anmd entitled to--Agent's
t.tes. The only House soui. seiling on this
ew planf. Bnying froin ne--is practically
uyipg from tume Manufacturers and our
rices are -as low as Man ufacurers evrer
ive. .See these Special 0Aers:. .
PIA NOSOR G A NS
125 7 Oc t.Rose-~ 9Stops. Han d-$ 7
g.Cataloue price. ease wthGol'i orna
Ge'ct ose- 13Stops. Three 1$7
wood. uag ets of reeds,
ize.Carve~d L egs.Ser -irge siza. cxtended
entinc Plinth. CaLt,.p Etageres case ot
rice. S-:00. .nh designm.
9971 Oct. Squ:u .. Stops.Three$8
* rand. extrase'sof reeds, su
~rge size and mag p r b M ir ror T op
iieently or:ueutj 'ech Walnut, Buri
d caa Catalogue~ inlaidl and Goid Orna
ric. $,000Q. . menital Case.
All guarmteed i stru'ments fr-om reliaible
ytkcers. Sold under Sir yea' starantee.
ii:ppedc d:reet ronm Factory, or .trom sav
nnah, if preferred. For xslo extra on ~a
'iano or $i on an Organ. we assume freight
) a,] ay 11. H. epot or ste'ame r landing South.
eut on 15. 'lays TEST TillAL, we pay freight
oth way.s if~ not satis:actory. Order and
.-st in your owni home. Severest tests of
omipetent musicians invoited. Purchasers
hoice~ lr*om TEN LEALii(; M AKERS and Two
:I!rirnm IFFERENT STYLE~s. Special rates
a TeaeherC1., Schools, Ch areles and Pastors.
end for Jmuetoci Sal'' Circular giving
all infornmation. A ddress.
LUDDIEN & BATES,
Vhoiesale Piano & Organ Dealers.
Dec. 17, 51-4m,
If you 2anlt a fine -ui: EC:omiinz for Sun
y wenar, or fr ~he a.:ii; ySe.3o)n, al
aWRiGuII I & . W. COPPOCK.
Ifyo wan *.* Bm'enes Sal: for every daiy,
all o:x WRiGHT & J. W. COP'POCK.
If youm want an O)v.reoat to keep the cold
uit, call on
WRIGIIT & J. W. COPPOCK.
If you wvant a Coa:. or a Vest, or a. palir of
'ants, a Shirt, Undergarmecn:s of any kind,
Crava, pair of G'oves, Collars, call on
wRoGaT . W. COPmn Cn .