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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, APR. 21, 1880.
ISDEM TO NEW ADvZRTISEXENTS.
Clark Bros.-A Card.
W. L. Waters-Notice.
U. B. Whites-Tax Notice.
Ed. Scholtz-Elegant New Stock.
Wright & J. W. Coppock-Spring.
H. C. Moseley-Administrator's le.
Pelbam's Drug S ,re-Glenn Springs
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Mrs. Dempsy Spearman wife of Mr.
Samuel Speartan, formerly of this
County, died near Shreveport, Louis
iana, in March. Mrs. Spearman was
a sister of Mr. Thos. H. Adams of this
County. Mrs. S.'s mother, who was
living with her, died about the same
Dr. Beaufort T. Yarbrough, after a
lingering illness, died at the residence
of his sister, Mrs. Culbreath, in Edge
field County, Friday, the 16th instant.
Dr. Yarbrough was a native of Edge
field; he once practiced in this County.
Before the war he moved to Dadeville,
Alabama, where he has since lived.
Several months ago he came back to
Edgefield County to visit relatives, and
was takensick with dropsy of the heart
shortly after his-arrivaL
Mr. S. B. Boland, of St. Louis, Mo.,
will accept our thanks for several copies
of Si. Louis papers, which have been
found quite interesting.
.We take plesue in directing atten
tion to the card of this gentleman in
this week's HEn.&D, who has removed
his Dental Office to the rooms over Mrs.
Mower's store, and. next to those of the
Master. He guarantees good work and
President A. Meiehers, of the Ger
man aifle Club, will accept our thanks
for a card of invitation to the Schuetzen
fest which takes place in Charleston on
the 26th, 27th and 28th. We will try
and he there and enjoy the pleasures of
the annual reunion.
'lihe ladies of the Methodist Church
propose giving an entertainment in the
shape ,of a hot supper, strawberry festi
val, drisomething of the kind during
the next week. Due notice will be giv
en as tothe paticlar tfime. A good
time may be counted on.
In accordance with a resolution adop
ted at the Thursday mght's meeting.
subscription lists for the relief of the
suffering pseople of Ireland have been
opened at various places in town. We
would urge our people from town and
contry, to exercise their liberality in
this good cause. Everybody can give
something. Do not wait, but give at
once; the lists will not be open long.
A Cala Week.
We would keep it before the people
that a rare season of pleasure can be
had in Charleston for the next ten days.
The amusements will be many-Florail
Fair, Tournament, Capt. Boynt >nl's
wonderful exploits in the water, Thea
ter, Schuetzenfest, &c., all of which can
be enjoyed by buying a rail road ticket
* from Newberry for $4 good till first of
May. A large number will go down
from this point,
A Happy Change.
If our young friend Scholtz had sud
denly found himself transferred to the
most fashionable quarter of the gay city
of Paris he could not have been more
elated than he was on Wednesday last,
when he got into his new and elegant
store under the Hotel. He was the hap
piest man in town, and had a smile for
everybody. He has fitted up the store
i.i handsome style, exhibiting a taste
which will both please and attract at
tention. His show cases will compare
witicany we have ever seeni, and he can
now show his large and rich stock to
Knocked in the Head.
Friday morning early a strange ne
gro went to Mr. F. H. Dominick's Hill
place- and stopped at one of the negro
houses. When the family got ready to
go to work they told him he must leave;
that they wanted to lock up the house.
He started off. After the family had
gone to the field they sent back a boy,
fourteen years old, to see if the negro
~ ThA boy did not re
ELECANT NEW STOCK.
I respectfully invite attention to my
new and elegant assortment of fine
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED
WARE, AND MUSICAL IN
Together with a handsome lot of
SPECTACLES, GLASS SHADES, VASES, &C.
Call and examine stock in my new
location under Pool's Hotel, and be
convinced that it is the largest, hand
somest, and cheapest ever offered in
17-tf. ED. SCHOLTZ.
"See how she leane her face upon
her hand." Romeo said it and wished
he were "a glove upon that hand that
he might kiss that cheek", poor fellow.
Allusion is not made to Juliet, however,
but to the housewife who is wrapt in
contemplating the many advantages
which are offered by Messrs. Kingsland
& Heath, at their great bousefurnishing
emporium in Columbia. No wonder
she is lost in thought, any woman would
be,once having examined their beauti
ful stock and made a purchase there.
She is thinking of the pleasure of ano
ther visit and another chance to invest
her money with satisfaction. We know
she will have a good time. There is no
mistake that they keep the largest and
best stock of china, crockery, glassware,
&c., to be found in the country. tf.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is
the favorite remedy for that terrible dis
ease, 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. White's Cream
White Vermifuge is the best worm kill
er. For sale by W. E. Pelham. e.o.w
Over One Half
Of the male portion of the American
people 45 years of age suffer more or
less- with diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder. There are various causes for
this, but over work is the chief causes.
Nothing in the whole Materia Mediea
is so well calculated to invigorate anI
restore healthy tone to these organs as
Rankin's Compound Extract of Buchu
and Juniper. A few doses taken oc
casionally will greatly benefit all those
who are afflicted with any disease of
the Kidney or Bladder.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
Lamar, Druggists, and for sale by Dr.
S. F. Fant.
ANTIOCH, TROUP Co., GA., July 4, 1879
I am one of the unfortunate sufferers
from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys,
and find more and speedier relief from
Rankin's Buchu and Juniper than any
thing I have ever tried. I esteem it s&
highly were there but one bottle in the
world I would willingly give $100, or
any amount -for it. I reccommend it
above all other similar preparations.
e.o.w. E. T. WINN.
THOMPsoN, Dentist, opposite Herald ofice
Nothing adds so much to the comfort
and beauty of home as the cultivation
of flowers. Nor does anything add
more to the beauty and comfort of man
or woman, than the roses on the cheeks
of those in good health. Dr. Gilder!s
Liver Pills will always impart this ro
seate hue if used in time. 10-2w.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this oice.
If you are troubled with Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Headache, Biliousness,
or any disorders of a sluggish liver,
Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Live,r
Powder, will cure 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 com
plaint, and anything affording relief is
gladly welcomed. Portaline is only
50 ets. a package, and will cure you.
White's Cream White Vermifuge is the
best worm killer. For sale by W. E.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATEE, MASS AND PILLS.
Adapted to chronic diarrhe2a, constips
tio, and scroiula.-Hy. Latham, M. D.,
Pres't virginia Medical Society.
Success1-illy used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhea and Scrofala..-Prof. S. Jackson,
Eficient in ana3mfa; excellent appetizer
and blood purifier.-u. Fisher, M. D , Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostraion, indiges -
tion and chlorosis.-Gi. E. 2iathews, M. D.,
A tine tonic and alterative, very valuable
in diseaseS peculiar to females, chronic fe
ver and ague, bronchitis and diseases of the
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. D.,
Very beneficial in strengthening and im
p roving a reduced system.-Rev. Jno. WV.
Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Invaluable as a nervous tonic.-Hon. I. C.
Recommended as a phryphalactic in Ma
laai districts.-D. R. Fairex, M. D., N. 0.
Restores debilitated systems to health.
T. C. Mercer. M. D., Ind.
Used with great benefit in Malarial Fever
and Diphtheria.-S. F. Dupon, M. D., Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Rum
bold, M. D,. St. Louis.
Beneficial in uterine derangements and
malaious conditions.-G. M. Vail, M. D.,
Best remedy ever used in diseases of the
throat.-P. A. Sifferd. M. D., N. C.
Tonic. alterative, diuretic; one of nature~
greatest remedies.-Med~ical Association of
Adapted in certain affections of the kid.
neys and bladder; dyspepsia, lupus, chlor
sis scrofulous and cutaneous affections.
Prof. J. J. Moor man, M. D., Va.
Relieves headache, promptly-both sick
and nervous.-Rev. E. C. Dodson, V a.
Simple supply sent free to any physician
desiring to test. P amphlets sent free. An.
alysis with each package. Water as it comes
from the Springs $4 per ease of 6 gallons in
glass-$2.50 for 5 gallons. $4 for 10 gallons,
for 20 gallons in casks. Mass 50 cents
and $1; $2.50 and $5 for half dloz. Pills,
pure sugar coated, 25c., 50c. and $1 package;
$1.25. $2.50, and $5 for half doz. Sent post
paid any where. This Mas and Pills con
~v, i.~intq~d ~naee all the curative pow.
COUNTY CONVENTION !
DISSOLVING VIEW OF THE WHITE !ADS
The Republican Convention of New
berry County met in the Court House
Saturday, 17th, to elect delegates to the
State Convention, which meets in Col
umbia the 28th instant. There were
eighty-seven delegates present; every
Township was fully represented except
Nos. 3 and 4-these sent no delegates.
There were no contested seats. Henry
Kennedy, County Chairman, called the
Convention to order. An organization
was effected by the election of Simeon
Young, President, and B. W. Nance
and H. E. Lewis, Secretaries. Young,
on taking the chair, said: I feel grate
ful to you for the compliment you have
paid me. Looking over this body it
makes me think of old-days-the good
old times. (Cheers.) We are here to
elect delegates to our State Convention.
Study well this matter; put your best
The Committee on Rules and Rcgula
tions reported. restricting each delegate
to five minutes and to only two speeches
on the same subject-adopted.
David R. Phifer was the only white
delegate in the Convention, the linger
ing reminder and representative of that
class who after the war turned their
backs upon their ra.;e and played traitor
to the State-a solitary scallawag-"the
last roseof summer left blooming alone."
While the committees were out he was
called on to address the Convention,
very much to his surprise-of course.
He said: I am greatly surprised at be
ing called on to make a speech to-day.
I don't know whether to talk about the
crops, or the weather, or what; suppose
it is intended that I should say some
thing about politics. This is an impor
tant question. I am glad tosee the Re
publican party of Newberry County
quietly and firmly represented in Con
vention, and to see the spirit that ani
mates this body. You have only lately
been called to the privileges of citizen
ship; have had a great deal to learn.
You have had many grave questions to
meet, and there has been a great deal
of turmoil and strife and bitterness to
separate the people from each other.
Much of this has died away and has
been settled by mutual consent of all
parties. We stand together now as al
most one people. We divide on men;
the principles, or platforms rather, of
the Republican and the Democratic par
ties are nearly the same; the only dif
ference is that the former maintains that
the general government ought to be
strong enough to control the State gov
ernments, and the latter still holds to
the doctrine of State's rights and State
sovereignty. All parties have conceded,
in their platforms, the right of the col
ored man to vote, to sit on juries, &c.
(A voice: We don't sit on 'em though.)
Whether those rights are carried out in
practice is for you to say. You can keep
your rights in your own hands. Go to
the ballot-box and vote-not "early and
often," as the other side say; if you are
counted out the crime rests elsewvhere,
not on rou. You will have the satisfac
tion of~having done your duty to your
race, to your children and to the party
that gave you liberty. You have the
experience of ten years in polities, and
your experience ought to be worth
something. The colored people used
to start out with one idea: If they heard
the white people advocate one .thing
they invariably advocated something
different. It has been generally their
interest to do so and to differ with the
Democratic party. The white people
have been educated in the colleges and
the pulpits to believe in slavery; this
idea was bred in the bone and was hard
to come out. Time has brought about
a change, and the people are nearer to
each other. You are not compelled to
oppose the ideas of people of another
color. The great question is to select
between men-measures are, to a cer
tain extent, settled. The platforms of
the two parties are nearly the same, but
the Republicans will carry out their
platform more in accordance with our
feelings and judgment. It has been
twenty years since there was a Demo
cratic President; this shows that Demo
cratic principles are losing ground. If
we can put forward a man who wil
command the respect of the country he
will be elected, and the Democratic
party will break up after this year. Abe
Lincoln's wish for a perfect Union will
then be consummated. We want a per
fet Union. We have upwards of forty
millions of people. One of the great
representatives of our party has lately
made a tour of the world, and ha.s been
received with distinguished honors by
the governments of the old world. One
of the citizens of this County has been
advocating a solid Union. We want a
strong government. That is the im
portant question. I have lived in this
County; have seen colored people ac
quirIng lands, their property protected
and their children being educated; but
we see both white and coloredg~people
meeting with things they don't like.
As to our State affairs, I think the Re
publicans have now the best chance
they ever had to reform the administra
tion of State affairs. We never get the
credit of being reformers; we have got
a bad name; but we can make the State
government a great deal cheaper. The
Democrats promised-to reform the gov
ernment, but they haven't done it-we
have got the same number of County
offices and State offices, with a few more
State offices added-a Fish Coinmission
er and a Rail Road Commissioner. A
man told me these offices were created
to provide for soreheads, to keep them
in good humor and prevent them from
making trouble. We can show the tax
payers that we can run the government
a great deal cheaper; we can cut out
four offices out of every six, and save
money to the Counties and the State.
I believe we can succeed. We don't
want any bitterness in this campaign,
but we want all the fun we can get.
We are in the majority-it rules; if
votes are to be counted we tre the men
to reform this government.
Some one moved that the Convention
hear from Henry Kennedy-the motion
was lost. A motion was then made to
hear from Belt Boozer; but the majori
ty said, "0, give us a rest.'' A motion
was made for recess; Belt Johnakin
and Sam Chappell opposed the motion
on the ground that the delegates would
h~ likAlV fri LflfllA hank with a very dif
have n&o interest in the party. We have
been led to slaughter by a few men
whose interests were not in this County,
and who turned their backs on us i.' the
day of trouble and defeat. If they claim
to be with us, let them take what wc
say, not we take what they say. I want
to see a colored man head the delega
tion to Columbia. If a white man
doesn't want to go as second choice let
him stav at home. He then nominated
Henry Kennedy. The others nomina
ted as delegates were, A. L. Snead, Da
vid R. Phifer. Thos. Keitt, James A.
Henderson. H. T. Williams, R. W.
Boone, S. H. Chappell, Jacob Cleland,
Sim Young. We understand that Mr.
Boone was not a candidate. Several of
the nominees were specially anxious for
election, notably J. A. Henderson and
Tom Keitt. Henry Kennedy was elect
ed on the first ballot, David R. Phifer
on the second, and Sam'l H. Chappell
on the third. Tom Keitt offered a reso
lution that the delegates he instructed
to cast their votes in the State Conven
tion for a Grant delegation to Chicago.
Henderson spoke in favor of the resolu
tion, Johnakin, Kennedy and Scott
against, and it was laid on the table.
The delegates stand as follows on the
Presidential question: Kennedy for
Blaine, and Phifer and Chappell for
Messrs. Kibler & Thomason returned
on Wednesday last after a two weeks
trip North in quest of merchandise.
Drs. McIntosh and 0. B. Mayer, Jr.,
went down to Columbia Monday to at
tend the Medical Society now in ses
sion in that city.
A Handsome Stock.
Messrs. Wright & J. W. Coppock
have just received their full stock of
spring bats, and the variety is large.
We have seldom seen as fine a display
as they now make. Some of their straw
hats are superb and the wearing of
them would adorn the most ordinary
heads. The stock of underwear is also
very full and embraces all articles usual
ly worn; their clothing for spring and
summer is in keeping with their other
Knights of Honor.
The Grand Lodge of the Knights of
Honor of this State meets in Sumter to
day (Tuesday). Messrs. T. S. Moor
man and J. C. Wardlaw, who are mem
bers of the Grand Lodge by virtue of
being on certain committees, went down
Saturday. Rev. Prof. Holland, Grand
Repoi ter, and M. A, Carlisle, Esq.,
Grand Trustee, both members by virtue
f their offices, and Mr. Jno. 0. Peo
ples,delegate from the Newberry Lodge,
The Southern Comic Opera Company
Gave an entertainment in Thespian
Hall Tuesday night, consisting of vocal
:uartettes, trios and solos, followed by
the comedy of "Cogn~d Box". Some
of the singing was good; Mr. Wade,
the tenor, has a fine voice, and sang
well. The others were only ordinary.
The comic opera was played by Messrs.
DeLano, Wade and Milligan, Mr. Da
Lano being tbe only good actor among
them; the others acting only "indiffer
Ehrich's Fashion Quarterly.
The Spring number of this really ser
iceable magazie is welcomed to our
table, whence it will be quickly con
signed to the d'-mestic circle, where
it properly belongs, and where it is
most highly appreciated. Ehrich's is
one of the completeet fashion books pub
lished, . and this npmber is a perfect
epitome of Spring Fashions, and enters
into every detail of feminine necessity,
and gives its readers full particulars of
faries, styles and prices. Published by
Ebrich Bros., Eighth Avenue, New
York, at fifty cents.
Irish Relief Meeting.
In pursuance of a call made by the
Town Council a public meeting was
held in the Court House Thursday
night, 15th instant. On motion of M.
Foot, Y. J. Pope was chosen Chairman
and W. H. Wallace, Secretary. The
Chairman stated the object of the meet
ing to be to take same measures for
aiding in the relief of suffering Ireland.
W. E. Pelham moved that the Chair
man appoint certain places in town
where subscription lists might be found
by persons wishing to contribute to this
object-adopted ; and the Chairman
appointed the following places : E. A.
Scott's. M. Foot & Son's, McFall &
Satterwhite's, J. N. Martin & Co.'s, W.
E. Pelham's, W. T. Tarrant's, the Na
tional Bank and the public offices. The
News and the HERALD were requested
to publish the proceedings. On motion
the meeting adjourned, subject to the
call of the Chairman.
Y. J. POPE, Chairman.
W. H. WALLACE, Secretary.
Williamston Female College.
Brief allusion was made to this insti
tution in our last, and the pleasure had
from our visit, and we since learn that
the South Carolina Presbytery then in
session, accepting an invitation from
President Lander, visited the College in
a body on Friday afternoon and wit
nessed the graduating exercises of Miss
Cara Featherston, of Belton, the first
graduate not at the end of a session, un
der a system which is winning the good
opinion of those who understand it.
The badge-pin presented to the young
lady on this occasion is a handsome or
nament in gold, bearing name, date of
graduation and College, and will be
worn always with afiectionate pride.
On the 14th of May. Miss Dora Ander
son, of Williamston, and Miss Lillian
Weber, of Charleston. expect to reeeive
their badge-pins; and at the end of the
session, June 14th, it is hoped there will
be three more, Miss Bessie Cannon, of
Newberry, and Misses Haynes and Lan
Arn~rn ,~f ~ortanhnr~ We learn that
A Deservedly Popular House.
The large and attractive advertise
ment of Messrs. Foot & Son speaks for
itself, nor does it speak any idle tale,
yet we cannot refrain from again call
ing attention to it. This deservedly po
pular house stands high in the estima
tion of Newberry and surrounding
counties from the fact that whatever is
said by it can be zelied on. The stock
now offered is not only large and com
plete, but is of the very best quality,
and was bought before the recent ad
vance in goods, therefore the most fa
vorable prices are guaranteed.
A Disgusting Spectacle.
The most disgusting spectacle we
have witnessed lately was David R.
Phifer Saturday in the Radical Conven
tion; a man who has, the intelligence
and the surroundings to make him a
decent and respectable citizen, yet a
traitorto his race his and State. After ten
years of incompetent, corrupt and dis
graceful administration of the republi
can party in South Carolina he has the
effrontery to talk of republican reform.
With his oily tongue he attempts to ri
dicule the democratic administration
and to prate of the "reforms" that "we"
could make. He tells the negroes that
the democrats have not fulfilled their
pledges, that they have not reduced the
number of offices; but he does not say
a word about the reduction of taxes,
nor of the saving in legislative expen -
ses, nor of any of the benefits derived
from the democratic administration. He
knows of these things and suppresses
them. He plays upon the prejudices
and passions of the negroes, and taking
advantage of their general ignorance
he tries to mislead them. He knows
that a return to radical rule would be
the ruin of the State; he knows that the
white people of South Carolina should
govern; he knows that the radical
party. composed almost exclusive
ly of the blacks, are not competent
to rule. He knows that the Democrats
have saved the State sin ;e they came
into power millions of dollars, have re
deemed the credit of the State, have
done more to advance the interests of
the negroes than the Republicans ever
did-and in the face of all this, he is do
ing all he can to debauch and ruin the
State and County, willing to involve
the whites and blacks in one common
calamity if he can only carry out his
own selfish and diabolical ends. Such
a man deserves and should meet the
withering scorn and contempt of every
respectable man in Newber-y County.
For the negro, who does not know any
better, there is some palliation; but for
an intelligent white man there is no ox
cuse for such conduct.
Various and all About
Peaches not all killed--as yet.
The hotel block is booming.
Parties in arrears will please settle.
It is better to keep out of repair than
Newberry will be well represented in
Charleston this week.
Flower gardens are kcoking gay in
their bloom of roses.
Mississippi raised 75,000 bales of cot
ton more than Texas last year.
A heavy washing rain fell on Monday
afternoon, doing considerable damage.
Strings to bonnets during summer
will be discarded by most young ladies.
The most destructive animal is the
cat. It mewtilates every summer night
The- gardening done last week was
extensive-nearly everything had to be
The young man who wants to get up
with the sun must not sit up too late
with the daughter.
The peaches are not all killed-if
there be no more killing frosts there
will be enough to go round.
Mr. J. J. Lane has fifteen acres of
cotton up to a good stand. It will be
ready for the hoe in a few days.
An Indianq. girl became insane after
being suddenly kissed. Oar Newberry
girls are made of better stuff than that.
Mr. W. H. Blease has bought an acre
lot in "Brooklyn" from Mr. W. T.
Wright, on Cline Street. IIe proposes
to build right away.
Don't hesitate about going to Wright
& J. W. Coppock's for a suit of clothes,
they can fit you out in the latest style,
and at a reasonable price.4
Messrs. Kibler & Thomason will open
in a few days their stock of groceries in
the corner store of Mower's new block.
They have bought largely.
Sling shots are being laid by and fish
ing poles taken down. We thought
bows and arrows would rule the day,
but the boys didn't take to them raven
A young printer in Columbia failing
to get work at his business, bought a
mule and plow and is now turning up
the soil for a living. No doubt he will
That man's head was level who evol
ved this idea: "I sot me down in tho't
profound this maxim wise I drew: its
easier to pay a man, than maik a man
C. says that the painters have a big
job on hand-to paint spiders on the
headeof the bald headed men in town,
to keep the flies off. He suggests that
the work be let out by contract to the
lowest responsible bidder.
The new and old council of Columbia,
according to the Mfercury reporter's ac
count, have had a jolly good time-and
aurh they tnnk something' several
price. A decided advantage which is
sometimes forgotten, is that work can be
done at home on the day it is ordered.
No delay whatever. Do not send your
work off, but patronize home industry.
Owen Meredith says: "Some women
are like the modest daisies and violets
-they never look or feel better than in
a morning wrapper. Others are not
themselves unless they can flame out
in gorgeous dyes, like the tulip or the
blush-rose- Who has not seen women
just like white lilies? We know sev
eral double-marigolds and poppies.
rhere are wonacn fit only for velvets,
like the dahlias; others are graceful
.nd airy, like azaleas. Now and then
fou see holly-hocks and sunflowers.
When women are free to dress as they
like, they do not fail to express their
rue characters, and dress becomes a
Form of expression very genuine and
NEWBEERY, S. C., Apr. 20, 1880.
3rdinary...... .................... 9 a10
.ood Ordinary.....................10 a10,
Low Middling...................10; a101
fIiddling. . ........................10;a10l
3ood Middling ................10;a11
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 61 a 7
Shoulders, Su,ar Cured..... 8
Sides, C. R., New............ 8 a 8;
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 6;
Sides, C. R., New........... a 8
Sides, Long Clear........... 8
Uncanvassed Hams.. .. 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12f
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 121
Crushed....... ........ 14
Granulated Standard..... .. 12Ja
Ei.tra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 10
New Orleans.................. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses........ 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson................... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Best Ric.................... 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... 50.
White Wmne Vinegar.. 65
Bolted.... ..... 1.00
SOAP......................... 6a 10
STAR CANDLES............... 15
~LOU'R, ner bbl.......... .....6.00a 8.CO
PEARL 20MINY.................. 5
3NCENTRATED LYE........... 10
ETGLISH SODA.................. 10
RORSFORD'S BALKING POWDER 25
EA FOAM BAKiLNG POWDER... 35
aXLE GREASE................. 10
COBACCO........................ 60a 1.25
IAILS (10) keg................86.00
A.RROW TIES, per bunch......... 3 00
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per 'ru............. 50a
Excurioa to Charleston !
Ireenville & Columbia R. R.
To accommodate those wishing to visit
harleston during the SCHUETZENFEST,
OURNAMENT, AND FLORAL FAIR,
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS TO
CH ARLESTON will be sold at all Ticket
statios on toe linet of this Road from
UESDAY, TEHE 20TH, UNTIL WEDNES
DAY, TEE 28TH OF APRIL, inclusive.
hey will not be received for Passage in
~he direction of Charleston after the latter
late, and persons holding them, in consid
~ration of the low rate at which sold, will
mot be permitted to lie over at any place
yetween the point where purchased and
Jharleston and resume the trip on the same~
Tickets will be good to return on any
lay until SATURDAY, MAY THE 1ST, in
:lusive, but will in no instance be extended
>r received for passage after that date.
PRICE OF ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
tston.........$3 35'Honea Path. $5 50
'rosperity......4 00 Belton......... 5 50
ewberry......4 00 Anderson...5 50
happell's..5 C )jWilliamston..5 50
sinety-Si:c......5 00OGreenville....5 50
gew Market..5 00!Pendleton...5 50
reenwood.....5 t3 Perryville......5 50
~Iodges'.......5 00 Seneca City...5 50
bbeville...5 50 Waflhalla .......5 50
FROM POINTS ON L.AURENs RAILROAD.
aurens, $5.(' || Clinton, $4.75|| Martin's,$4.75
Tickets at proportionate low rates will be
old from points on Spartanburg, Union
td Columbia Railroad.
R. H. TEMPLE,
General Superintende Ut.
JABEZ NORTON, General Ticket Agent.
Apr. 14, 16.-3t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEMVBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Jlement Dowd, Plaintiff, against Jerome D).
Bruce and others, Defendants.
Pursuant to the order of the Court, in
he above stated case, I will sell, before the
Jourt House at Newberry, at public outcry,
>n the First Monaay in May, 1880, all that
ot or parcel of land, containing Two and a
1alf acres, more or less, and the improve
nents thereon, situated in the Town of
gewberry, in the County and State afore
.id, fronting on Adams Street, and bound
d by lots of James Gauntt, McDuffie Metts
md - Nathans.
TERMS-The purchaser will be required
. pay one-half of the purchase money in
~ash, and to secure the remaining half, pay
ble at twelve months with interest from
he day of sale, by a bond and a mortgage
>f the premises. Purchaser to pay for pa.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. c.
Master's Office, 7 A pr. 1880. 16 St.
WILLIAMSTON, S. 0,
a Healthy Summer Resort.
The subscriber respectfully informs her
riends and the traveling public generally,
md particularly those in quest of health,
hat she has taken the above named popular
lotel, and will spare no effort on her part to
render gues^- coniform.ble. The table will
be amply provided with good appet'zing
~a ac. and h ooskp in such condition
1880. SPII ftN
We beg leave to return our sincere thaz.k
our salesmen, Messrs. Thos. Cook and P. A c
patronage bestowed upon us during t.e past s1
tion to the fact, that our present stock has bei
kets under our personal inspection, therefore v
and now propose to give buyers the
FULL BENEFIT OF OUR
We wil mention a few of the nunierou- b
T 16 yds. to
'14 yds. to I
1 eJ 12 yds. to I
Muslins, yd. wide, luc., 12ie. and 15c.
Dress Goods, Latest Styles in Plain and B
Piques and White Goods, I0 per cent. les
Piques, figured. nicest styles and beautiful
Madras Ginghams, brightest and prettiest
Come and see our Bleaching at loc. per y
7-8 vd. wide Homespun, by the bolt, 7&.
4-4 yd. wide Homespun, by the bolt, Ste.
Plaid Homespun, 10c. to 12.
Summer Jeans, Cottonades, Luens and Ct
Our stock in this line is too full to enumez
burg Edgings, Ladies and Gents HIandkerclhiei
equal for the price, and our 25c Gents all line:
superior for that money. Ladies Hose for 1uc
and Corsets without end.
FOOT'S CLOTHING AN
Our stock is complete, embracing all the I
fabrics for Men's and Boy's wear, beautifully c
tention to prices we can give you on these goo
other fancy and plain Hats, from 10c. to $3.00.
G-. W. 'B.
Ask for Dalsheiner's Custom Made Sh
SLIPPERS AND SANDALS, 50c. to $3 00. C
be excelled. Our stock of Shoes is complete a
examine our stock even if you do not intend to
COMPLETE STOCK, AT LO1
ALSO, A FUL
Our friends smile with satisfaction upon et
get what we advertise; so call and see us, for
sold, and cordially invite those in want of goo<
ne for themselves.
Be Sure and Buy a Barrel of,
Apr. 14, 16-It.
Dry Goods and Na'tons.
I EI GO9DS!!~
I have now both of my L ARGE STORES
filled with a choice selection of GOODS,
FANCY GOODS, ,
BOOT8, 8HO05, HATN,
ocl(et and Table Cutlery,
&c., &c., &c.
Together with the largest and best se- e
ected stock of
ver brought to Newberry, which will be ti
resided over by the tasty and accommno- a
dting Miss DANIELS. I
All Goods Sold Low for
- eeyfrwr n n l esn
fro hring Anrewr Pope cord aged sn
22rom3 hirickblk Aide Poe clred,naged
22ld oer ,ulic lacsi oli. i Als, ee
ril, er on Willing tlo ee
s to ou:r friends a:.d t-:rners, in which
lark, heartily join us, for the very liberal
eason, and again ask their particular atten
n purchased in Northern and Eastern Mar
.e are enabled to offer special BARGATN,
argains in our Departments:
rocaded, 15c. to 50c.
3 than present N. Y. prices.
Lssi,neres at very Lowest Prices.
ate, but would call attention to our Ham.
t. Our 1oc. Ladies Handkerchiefs have no
a Handkerchiefs, ready for use, have no
. that cannot be beat. Ladies Ties, Fans
LG AND HATS
atest shades and styles in new and choice
at and made. We call your especial at
ds. Large line of Manilla, S:ginaw and
A. H. S.
)es. We guarantee every pair. LADIPS
ur stock of Sandals and Slippers cannot
nd wouid be pleased to have you call and
NEST MARKET PRICES.
L LINE OF
itering our store, for they know they can
we do not mean to be outdone or under
Is in uur Pne to give us a call and exam
sur $7.75 Family Flour.
OT & SON.
ro Raise Supplies for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., for the Year of
Our Lord One Thousand Eight
Hundred and Eighty ; and for
Other Purposes Therein Men
SECTION I. Be it ordained by the Town
ounlcil aind by the authority of the same,
'h.t all Real Estate owned or possessed
~ithin the corporate limits of the Town of
ewberry, S. C., shall be subject to a taxa
ion in the manner and at the rate and con
2rmably to the provisions hereinafter spe
ified: regard being had to the real valne
f the same, viz: Every building, lot, or
ther real estate, except such lands as are
sed exclusively for agricultural purposes,
hall be, and are hereby, made liable to a
ax of twenty cents on-every hundred dol
trs of the assessed value thereof.
SEC. II. And be it further ordained, by
be authority aforesaid, That a tax of one
fth of one per centumi shall be levied on
be ad valorem value of all merchandise and
11 other personal property on hand on the
rst day of May, in the year of our Lord
ne thousand .eight hundred and eighty ;
rovided, however, that the tax in this See,
on provided, shall not be lev:ed on pleas.
re carriages, barouches, buggies, omni
uses, drays, carts and wagons used for hire
r public employment within the corporate
SEC. III. And be it further ordained, by
se authority aforesaid, That a tax of two
-llars shall be levied upon each pleasure
a:riage, barouche, buggy, omnibus, dray
na cart used for hire or public employ,
ient within the corporate Jim its on or after
se fi. st day of May, in the year of our'
,ord v'e thousand eight hundred -and
SEc. IV. And be 1t further ordained,
'hat the taxes le'led under Sections one,
nro, and three of this Ordinance shall, and
iey are hereby, declared payable from the
rst day of May, in the year of our Lord
ne thousand eight hundred and eighty, to
se thirty-first day of May, inclusive, in the
ear of our Lord one thousand eight hun,
red and eighty. And that in ease of the
ilure of any person to comply with the
rov:sions of this Ordinance on or before
e thirty-first day of May, in the year of
ur Lord one thousand eigbt hundred and
ighty, the pains and penalties by law at
Lolhing to such a failure shall be strictly
one and ratified under the Corporate Seal
-of the Town of Newberry, S. C.,
L.~on this the first day of April, in
L. 5 the year of our Lord one thousand
Seight hundred and eighty.
J. P. POOL,
Intendant Town of Newberry, S. C.
JonN S. FRa, C. & T. T. C. N. 15-4t.
In accordance with above Ordinance and
e Charter of Town, Messrs. U. B. Whites,
.J. Ramage and L. M. Speers are ap
ointed a committee to assess the Real Es
te of the Town-said assessment to be
iade between 1st and 30th days of April,
By order of Gouncil.
JOHN S. FAIR,
Clerk & Treas.
Apr il 1, 1880. 15-4t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Notice is hereby given that a Special
'erm of the Court of Common Pleas for the
'ounty and State aforesaid, will be holden
t Newberry Court House, beginning on
de First Tuesday, the 4th day, in May
ext, for the disposal of such business as
iav properly be brought before it, for
-hich a jury is not necessary.
E. P. CH ALMERS, C. C. P.
A pril 12, 1880. 16-3t.
Pa,-cnna .,,ft'.~t-na' ft-nm Pi1~~ t'~n h~ o,,r~'d