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WEDNESDAY, J UN E 16, 1SS0.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEJfENTS.
Jas N. Lipscomb-Anditor's Notice.
Pratt S. Suber-Administrator's Sale.
Many Voters-Hon. Jas. N. Lipscomb.
H. S. Boozer-Teachers' Exam ina:ions.
M. Foot & Son-The Chicago Stalwarts.
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE..
Up Train arrives.................12 55 P 1
Up mail closes at...............12 25 P 31
Down Train arrives ........... 1 43 P 31
Down mail closes at............. 1 10 P 31
Laurens Train arrives. ..........10 05 A M
" leaves......... 3 00 P Ml
L::urens mail closes at......... 2 30 P 31
Oflice hours from 8 A. M. to 1 05 P. M.,
and from 2.15 to 6 P. 31.
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., May 17, 1880.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. J. C. Neel brings us in the first
cotton bloom this season. It opened
on the 10th.
A new lot of Buggies just received.
Call on COPPOCK or MARTIN.
June 15, 1880. 25-4t.
Edgefield Advertiser and Laurens
Herald copy four times and send bill to
We learn that all who desire to attend
the Comiencement Exercises of Adger
College, Waihalla, from the 20th to the
24th, will be - passed over the G. & C.
and Blue Ridge Road at excursion
gr The charge for publishing nomwi
nations of candidates is Five Dollars, to
be paid in advance-the nonjinations to
(stand until the election2, or as long,
within that time, as the p,arties desire.
Please bear this in mind in hainding in
In our hnrried report of the Con
ference last week we forgot to mention
the Love Feast on Sunday morning,
which was one of the most interesting
we have experienced, and that on Sat
urday afternoon there was held a wo
man's missionary meeting which was
addressed by Mrs. Rev. J. W. Hum
bert, in a most happy mann,er.
The Crbtwefi Hotel,
Now in the efficient hands of Mrs.
Emma Blease, is in full tide of opera
tion, everything is complete and in ad
mirable working order. An inspec
lion of its appointments will prove sat
isfactory. The dining room is conven
ient and cool, its bed rooms large and
well ventilated, and its table comforts
just: what the- public need and want.
Mrs. Blease wilf~(lo all in her power to
Sabbath Scho'oi Convention.
The secorid annual session of the
Newberry County Sabbath School Con
vention will be held in Luther Chapel,
-at Newherry Court House, on Thursday
and Friday, the 1st and 2nd days of Ju
ly next, for the transaction of such busi
ness as may be brought before the Con
vention. Each Sabbath School in the
County is entitled to a representation of
three delegates. A fall representation
is earnestly desired from each Sabbath
'J. B. CAMPBEL L, President.
GEo. S. MOWER, Secretary. 24-4
The Commencement Exercises of the
Leesville English and Classical Insti
* tute, in Lex'ington Co., will be ex
ceedingly pleasant. The exercises will
begin Monday, 28th, and continue till
Wednesday. Geo. D. Haltiwanger,
Esq., will deliver an address. There
-will be a delightful pic nic on the last
day, for an invitation to which we re
The young ladies of the Salem,
(N. C.) Academy will have an inter
esting time at their Commencement on
the 17th, and we would be pleased to
be there, but other duties are in the
way. Many thanks for invitation to at
The Confederate Monument.
The Monumental Association met mn
Thespian Hall WVednesday, the 9th inst.
After a full discussion a vote was taken
as to the location for the Monument,
which resulted in the selection of the
space in rear of the Court House. The
space in front of the Court House is sc
small that it is thought that the Monu
ment would not only be in the way but
* would be liable to injury. To put it ir
rear looks a little like biding it, but it
seems impOsible to get a location more
Th lrast. ,n.a want~i on the Mon.
A large stock of Swift's Syphilitic
Cure, which is offered at the reduced
price of $2.23 per bottle, at Pelbam's
Drug Store. 24-tf,
Buy your Confectioneries of all kinds
from A. C. Jones. 19-tf.
There is one thing that never goes
out of fashion, and very fortunately too,
or sad would he the condition of the
world-we allude to babies. Every
well regulated community has its share
of the little dears, and these little ootsey,
tootseys receive more attention than in
the old times. The first thing that
mamma thinks about is a nice baby
carriage to ride theni out in. This is
right, for it is healthy. Kingsland &
Heath, of Columbia, keep a line stock
on hand at from $8 up. They have a
large stock of flower pots. also, ranging
from 50 cents a dozen up, and many
other things equally as cheap. Their
stock embraces one of the largest and
most complete varieties to be found
South, in china, glass, crockery and fan
cy articles. Send your orders to them.
ice-Cold Sparkling Soda Water,
At Pelham's Drug Store. 21-tf.
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is
unique as a Patent Medicine in that it
is recommended for nothing but Piles.
It is, perhaps, the only patent medicine
extant which does not propose to cure
from a dozen to one hundred diseases.
But it will effectually cure Piles, and is
only 50 cts. White's Cream White
Vermifuge is the best -worm killer.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham. -
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobac
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Health and Beauty Combined.
WOMAN's RIGHTS.-One who has
long studied this subject now presents
the result of his investigations. He is
happy to say that he has discovered
"Woman's Best Friend." It is adapted
especially to those cases where the
womb is disordered, and will cure any
irregularity of the "menses." Brad
field's Female Regulator acts like a
charm in "whites," or a sudden check
of the "monthly courses," from cold,
trou'ble of mind or like causes, by re
storing the discharge in every instance.
In cbronic cases its action is prompt
and decisive, and saves the constitution
from countless evils and premature
decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield,
Atlanta, Ga. For sale at $1.50 per
bottle by Dr. S. F. Fant.
MILLTOWN, CHAMBERS Co., ALA.,
July 13. 1877.
I have used your Female Regulator
extensively in my practice for a long
time, and with entire success where.
there was no comnplication of disease.
If is not a specific, it is, in my opinion,
the best known remedy for the dis
eases for which it is recommended.
e.o.w. J. HI, DAVIS, M. D.
As Cotton is King
in commerce, so the Liver is king in
the human system. We cannot live in
any peace with this great organ dis
eased. To keep it in condition to per
form its functious, use Dr. Gilder's Liv
er Pills. They are sold by all Drug
gists and country merchants. 19-2m
Tro"M1Sos, Dentist, opposite Herald office
Our colored brethren have given up
all hopes of "forty acres and a mule"
as a gift from the government, and are
resigning themselves gradually to the
knowledge that only by industry and
correct deportment can they win the
esteem of their countrymen. They en
joy no special privilege or immunity,
but when suffering from Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Biliousness, etc., can
obtain relief by using Portaline, or
Tabler's Vegetable Liver Powder.
Price 50 cts. White's Cream White
Vermifugc is the best worm killer.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Peiham.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MASS AND PILLs.
Adapted to chronic diarrhea, constipa
Ition, and scrofula.-Hy. Lathamn, M. D.,
Pres-t Virginia Medical Society.
Successfu.lly used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoa and Scrofula.-ProZ. S. Jackson,
Elicienit in anomia; excellent appetizer
IValuable in nervous prostrationi, indiges
tion and chlorosis.-Gi. E. Mathews, M. D.,
A tine tonic and alterative, very valuable
Iin diseases peculiar to females, chronic fe
ver and ague, bronchitis and diseases of the
digstive organs.-J. F. Rtoughton, M. D).,
Very beneticial in strengthening and im
prvin.g a reduced system.-Rtev. Jno. W.
Beckwith. Bishop of Ga.
Invaluable as a nervous tonic.--Hion. I. C.
Recommended as a phryphalactic in Ma
.arial districts.-D. Rt. Fairex, M. D.. N. 0.
1:estores debilitated systems to health.
T. C. Mercer, M. D)., lnd.
Used with great benetits in Malarial Fever
and Diphtheria.-. F. Dupon, 31. D.. Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Rum
bold, 31. D,. St. Louis.
Beneficial in uterine derangements and
maLrious coniditions.-G. M1. Vail, M. D.,
Best remedy ever used mn diseases of the
throat.-P. A. Sitferd. M1. D., N. C.
Tonic. alterative', dimretic; one of natures
greatest r.emedies.-Medical Association of
Adapted in certain aiections of the kid
nevs adbladder; dyspepsia, lupus, ciulor
F rof. J. .T. Mioormuan, M1. D., \Va.
Relieves headache, promptly-both sick
and nervous.--Rev. E. C. Dodson, 1a.
Sample su1ply sent free to any physician
desiring to test. Pamiphlets sent free. An
alysis w~ith each package. Water asit comes
fronm the Sp)rings S4 per case of 6 gallons in
alass-S2.50 for 5 gallons. $4 for 10 gallons,
M for 20 gallons in casks. Mass o cents
a $2.50J and S-> for half doz. Pills.
jpure sugar coated, 25c.. Soc. and $1 package:;
$1.25, $2.50J, aind $5~ for half1 doz. Senit po5t
paid anywhere. This Mass and Pills con
tains in'reduced space all the curative pow
ers of th.e wa;.r and is convenient, palata
ble and soluble. . -- ~. ..A 1
Miss Katie Rulherford reached home
on Thursday last, from the Charlottes
ville Academy. Although pleased witlj
school, Miss Katie thinke there is nc
place like home.
Mr. Abe Foot, who has been absent
in Virginia for some time, returned
home on Friday last, looking as if he
had enjoyed the milk, honey and apple
butter of that delightful region. We
don't like to tell tales out of school, but
cannot refrain from saying that he was
troubled with an affection of the heart
which is now happily relieved.
Special Excursion Train.
In addition to the opportunity which
is offered of going down to Columbia
to-day (Tuesday), to witness the Great
Fireman's Tournament, the G. & C. R.
R. will run a Special Excursion Train
on Wednesday. This train will leave
Greenville at 2 A. M., and will reach
Newberry at 7.13 A. M.; so be ready
one and all who wish to go down on
that day. The return will be made on
Thursday, leaving Columbia at 10.50
A. M. This gives a saving of one day,
and if time is no object the privilege is
afforded of returning on Friday. The
round trip tickets will be $1.50 from
Ninety-Six, Chappell's, Newberry and
Prosperity, and 75 cents fro:n Alston.
From points on Laurens Road: Laurens
$2.40, Clinton, Martin's and Jalapa,
The Ladies Supper
On Thursday night last was, aside
from the heat of the weather, a very en
joyable affair, besides being a decided
success, this is -not at all surprising,
however, for our ladies when they put
there dear heads together always work
things out right. The entertainment in
All its various details reflected the great
ast credit on them. The tables looked
charmingly appetizing with their pro
Fusion of subtantials and delicacies, and
is was expected and hoped, were in a
Few hours reduced to an almost total
reck. We would like to name the fair
>nes who helped to make it such a
Pleasant success, but want of space pre
,ludes this, we must compliment them
:hough by saying that we never saw
.hem look so sweetly beautiful and in
;eresting, and we doubt if there was an
ndividualof the masculine gender pres
nt who regrets the cost of the enter
This Temple was instituted at Mason
c Hall on Friday, June 4th, 1880, with
ive honorary and eight regular mem
>ers. On Friday, June 12th, 1880, fif
een new members were initiated. The
ollowing are the officers for the term:
James McIntosh, Jr., C. T.
Eula Jones, R. H. S.
Kittie Jones, L. H. S.
Manie L. Whites, V. T.
Frank McIntosh, Chap.
Mamie Sill, Sec'y.
Robert Chapman, Asst. S.
Mamie Rodelsperger, F. S.
Gilliam Kelly, Treas.
Mary Boland, Mar.
George Jones, Asst. M.
Earnest Folk, I. G.
Robert Whites, 0. G.
E. L. Folk, P.OC. T.
Mrs. M. E. Packer, Superintendent.
Time and place of meeting Masonic
Hall, every Friday Evening, at 5 1-2
Commencement at Newberry.
Sunday, June 20, 10 1-2 A. M.
Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. J. B.
Reimennyder, of Savannah, Ga.
8 P. M.-Address to' Students by
Rev. E. J. Meyiaardie, D. D. of Char
leston, S. C.
Monday, June 21, 8 P. M.-Contest
for Prize Medal in Oratory.
Tuesday, June 22, 10 A. M.-Address
before the Alumni Association by the
Rev. L. E. Busby, of Leesville, S.C.
3 P. M.-Annual Meeting of the
Board of Trustees.
7 P. M.-Address before the literary
Societies by Gen. B. 11. Rutledge, of
Charleston, S. C.
Wednesday, June 23, 10 A. M.-An
Railroad excursion rates have been
promised as follows.
The Greenville and Columbia f ail
road . will sell round trip tickets, good
for ten days, at three cents per mile
each way. tickets to be purchased at
For July is on our table ahead, as
usual. Every number of this magazine
has some special feature, and the one,
this month, is an illustrated article on
'Royal Beauties of This Century.'
Among other portraits given is one of
Louise, Queen of Prussia, mother of the
present German Emperor, one of the
most beautiful women that ever lived,
if we may judge from this engraving.
Then there is a colored fashion plate; a
colored pattern ; numerous spirited
wood engravings ; designs in embroid
ery, and a score or more of the newest
fashions in dresses, hats, bonnets, &c.
The stories are even better than usual,
and that is saying a great deal. Among
them are the opening chapters of a pow
erful novelet, -The Lost Talisman of
Montezuma,' by a newv contributor, be.
sides other original tales,all by first-class
American writers. The price of -Peter
son' is but two dollars a year. In clubs,
six copies are sent for nine dollars,
with an extra copy for a year, as a pre
-im otepro etn ptl
clum,toth nqersonal getersn' is the
'clu etb. Unqelstionbe 'Peter' as the b
lsheapst cais. pel cimtes, arstentu
Report on Temperance.
The following is the Report on Tem
perance adopted by the Cokesbury Dis
trict Conference at its late session in
That intemperance has assumed
alarming proportions, and is doing im
mense damage to the morals and mate
rial interests of the country no one will
deny. All classes of society feel the
deadly force of this r:idly increasing
evil, that like the great serpent of the
tropics is coiling around every interest
of the country, only to crush and de
But the greater evil, if possible, is the
education of the people on tilis momen
tous question. Legalized by the high
est legislature of the land, rum is sold
under claiims that govern the ordinary
business man. The sentiment is gain
ing ground, therefore, that the business
is legitimate, and that the vendors have
a moral as well as a legal right to give
sale to this poison that destroys the
body and with it the soul of man also.
Here lies a grave and dangerous ques
tion. This is the volcano over which
the best interests of the church and
country are being built, soon to feel the
force of an eruption more appalling
than seems now possible. The rising
generation enter upon the activities of
life with wrongly educated sensibilities,
and the tendency is to embark in the
sale of intoxicating liquors without any
apparent :)rotest of conscience, or of the
rapidly degenerating public sentiment
Where is our hope? Well the Chris
tian's refuge is the Christian's God.
But where is the hope of deliverance
from merely human standpoints? We
hesitate not to give it as our opinion
that it must be looked for in our Legis
lature-i. e., our legislators. Those
who make our laws must protect our
country. The material as well as the
moral well-being of the country de
mands action.just on this point. And
it may be remarked, that immediate ac
tion seems to be demanded beyond
Your Committee offer the following
Riesolved, That this Conference hail
as an augury for good the indications
throughout the State that so strongly
favor a radical reform on the subject of
Rc.olcedl, That it is the sense of this
Conference that the evils of intemper
aLnce growing out of the indiscriminate
sale of intoxicating liquors cannot be
arrested without the aid of direct legis
lation on the part of our General As
Riesolved, That this body urge upon
all God-fearing and order-loving mem
bers of society the great importance of
standing-squarely and firmly upon this
momentous question, and of urging by
every proper measure the necessity of
legislation upon this point as a matter
of protection to our common country.
J. B. CAMPBELL.
J. B. TRAnvICK.
J. R. WRIGHT.
The Court of Sessions
Closed Friday morning. The follow
ing is the work done:
State vs. H. C. Moses, Failing to turn
over moneys as retiring Clerk to his
successor in office-continued, awaiting
decision of a case pending in the Su
State vs. Watland Smith, Assault
with intent to kill-Not. Pros.
State vs. Moses Spearman, Trespass
upon land by stock-appeal from Trial
Justice Court-continued under adjust
State vs. Wesley Boozer, same of
fense-appeal from Trial Justice Court
-struck off; defendant dead.
State vs. Richard Houseal, Burglary
State vs. Robt. C. Wright, Grand
Larceny-Nol. Pros.; prosecutor dead.
State vs. Wilson G. A bramns, Enter
ing upon lands after notice forbidding
the same-Not Guilty.
State vs. Louisa Henderson, Brea~ch
of the Peace.-appeal from Trial Justice.
State vs. John Satterwhite, Assault
appeal from Trial Justice Court-ap
State vs. Albert G. Spearman, Mur
der-verdict: "Plea of insanity sus
tained ; not guilty." Order made send
ing the prisoner to the State Lunatic
State vs. Henry Dominick, Assault
with intent to kill-verdict:~Guilty of
assault and battery. Sentence: Fine of
.$10 and costs, or 3 months in jail.
State vs. Minerva Foster, Murder
verdict: Not guilty.
State vs. Thomas Sligh, Assault with
intent to kill-verdict: Not guilty.
State vs. Jane Chapman, alias Jane
Speaks, and Mack Speaks, Arson
Mack Speaks not arrested-Jane Chap
man tried-verdict: Not guilty.
State vs. Dock Tribble, Feloniously
breaking and entering a dwelling-house
in the day time, and grand larceny
pleaded guilty of grand larceny-sen
tence: Tw'o years hard labor in the
State vs. Pickens Bugg, alias Pickens
Bolin, Burglary-verdict: Guilty-sen
tence: Life time in the Penitentiary.
Trhe jury that tried the case, the pre
siding Judge and the Solicitor signed a
recommendation to the Governor to
commute the sentence to two years in
State vs. John Davis and Herbert
Swittenberg, Cons piracy to cheat and
State vs. Millege Snow, Maliciously
placing obstructions on rail road track
State vs. Phillip. Koon, Retailing
Spirituous liquors without license
transferred to Contingent Docket.
State vs. same, same offense, same
Various and all About.
Business is very flat.
(Treat dearth of news.
Rain is much needed.
Press Association meets this week.
Gardens about town are parching up.
There are 471 names on the Confed
The butcher who trusts loses flesh,
says the Philadelphia Chcronicle.
The Court House is very poorly ven
tilated in spite of its many windows.
If you are troubled with rheumatism
use Kendall's Spavin Cure.' See Adv'r.
Spartanburg has a boy 17 years old,
who measures 6 feet 8 inches in height.
The worm show in front of the Court
House is anything but an agreeable
The excursion of Mr. Herbert Evans
to Hendersonville will be made on the
Newberry will have a big delegation
at Columbia to witness the Firemen's
There has been a wonderful improve
ment in the Greenville News since it
A great many men who start out to
reform the world leave themselves off
for the last job.
Abbevile and Spartanburg have had
green corn, and Columbia and other
sections hrve had ripe peachers.
When you want old papers bring a
nickel or a dime along to pay for them.
They are not furnished gratuitously.
Try 'Kendall's Spavin Cure,' a sure
remedy for Spavins, Curbs, Ringbones,
or any enlargements of the joints. See
One of the best rules in conversation
is, never to say a thing which any of
the company can reasonably wish had
been left unsaid.
Rev. M. M. Boyd having resigned
the position of enumerator for Township
No. 8, Mr. H. C. Moses has been ap
pointed in stead.
Abbeville has a black rabbit, and the
Medium says it may be the fore runner
of some black disaster. As a runner
that rabbit won't be worth a cent now.
It was a little fellow who had to live
and learn who asked his mother if
bees had splinters in their tails when
his bare feet came down upon a yellow
'Brother,' said the Dean of East
minster to the Dean of Westminster,
'What does the prayer-book mean by
'whirled without end ?' 'Eternally,
gyrated, I suppose,' was the response.
The editor of the Dayton Record,
found $4,000 in greenbacks in a field
while hunting, but as ill-luck would
have it there were four other men with
him, and one of them was the owner of
the money. Editors never have a fair
Commencement week rapidly dr aws
near, and there wvill be a great man y
visitors in towvn ; in view of this we
hope the country will be more gener
ous with chickens, eggs. and butter,
than during the late Conference. Help
us of the town out, and don't charge
extravagant prices for your plunder
"No, William," she mournfully ut
tered, still allowing him to retain her
hand. "No, William, I can't marry
you. I don't believe you can provide a
wife with butter upon your present
salary, and I can't eat oleomargarine."
A woman who loves butter better than
a man ought to live and die an old
Major Mordecai. of the Whittaker
court, is a lin.aal descendant of him
wvho sat at the gate of-now ]ook out!
-A - haze - you - ear - us !-Philadelphia
Bulletin. G. Hosephat! what a pun!
And yet we have seen Mordecai-d jokes,
as it were.-Norristown Herald. But
if Ha-man persists in such puns send
him to the gallows before every woman
in the land becomes Esther-ical.-Bos
There is one advantage the citizen
in town has over his country brother if
no other. He don't have to answer
one-third of the questions to the census
taker. His age, occupation, when he
first saw daylight, and when bis re
spected parents saw the same, together
with the number of his children, their
ages, and that of his wife being the
same. In the country it is a bother,for
besides the above, the number of chick
ens big and little, pounds of butter,
cattle, horses, hogs, goats and number
less other things have to be accounted
for. It is no wvonder that the farmer
if at all -inclined to be cresty shows his
Ludden & Bates' Grand Clearing Out Sale
-The one grand chance of a life-time to
buy a fine Piano or Organ "awfu; cheap."
Commencing May 15 and ending
July 1. To save heavy expense and
labor of removing to our New Double
Four Story Store, July 1, we offer our
entire stock of Pianos and Organs now
on hand and to arrive before removal,
consisting of 27 Chickering, 50 JIathu
shek, 21 Lighte & Co.. 5 EUallct & Davis.
62 Southsern Gem, 10 Favorite, 28 Guild
d: Church Pianos. 110 Ma.son & Hamz
Uin, 100 Peloubet & Co., A4A Sterling Or
rians. All new and just from the Fac
tory. Also 100 Second Hand Fianos
and Organs. nearly all used only from
one to six months, and p)recisely as good
as new. All to be closed out by July
1 at MaLnufacturer's Wholesale Rates.
We can't nde wnh move then. Dn't
The Summer number of Elrichs' Fa
shint Quarterly presents its readers with
a magnificent chromo-lithograph pic
ture, illustrative of the fashions of the
seasons, and executed in the finest style.
The special merit claimed for this pic
ture, by the publishers, is that it is an
exact reproduction of actual costuies.
and not a fancy picture whose original
exists only in the brain of a Parisi:ar ar
tist or designer. A full description of
the costumes is given in the pages of
Besdies this, the Quarterly contains
the usual installment of good things for
the ladies-illustrations and descriptions
of suits for ladies, misses, and children,
of hair goods. tourist's articles, summer
sports and pastimes, and hundreds of
other items in every department of
household economy. In every case the
prices are plainly stated, so that a lady
going on a shopping expedition in any
city of the Union. may know before
hand, not only what things she ought
to buy to be in the fashion, but also
what prices she should fairly be charg
ed for them.
A feature of the Fa;hion Quarterly is
its system of combination subscriptions,
by which the Quarterly is actually sent
free of charge. The publishers receive
subscriptions to all the prominent
monthly and weekly periodicals at the
regular rates ; and as a premium on
each subscription so sent, they under
take to send their own magazine, for
one year, free of charge, to any address
Published by Ehrich Brothers, 287 to
295 Eighth Avenue, New York, at 0
Cents per year, or 15 Cents per copy.
NEWBERRY, S. C., June 15, 1880.
Ordinary...... .................... 9 a 91
Good Ordinary..................... 9 a 9i
Low Middling...................... 9la10
Middling .....................10 a10;
Good Middling ..... ..........10ta10
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New....... 6 a 7
Sihuders. Sugar Cured. .... s
Sides. C. It.. New............ 3 a S
DRY SAI:TED MEATS
Shoulders. New.............. 6;
Sides, C. R., New........... a 71
Sides, Long Clear........... 7
Canvassed Hams, (Maignolia) 123
Leaf, in Tierces............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............ 12
Granulated Standard..... ..*123a
Extra C.................. 11
Coffee C.................... 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans 31olaisses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Ifyson............... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...3')
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP........................... Ga 10
STARCH........................ 10a 16
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl................ 6.00a 8.00
PER OMINY.................. 5
CANDY.. ........... .. 20
CONCENTRATED LYE......... .10
ENGLISH SODA. . .........10
HORSFORD'S BAKING PO WDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 10
NAILS (10)ke,... ...............r.
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 3'00
RED CLOVER SEED-per 1b...20
RED OATS-per 1'&.............50a
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FrANT'S Ague Gure-well knowtn to every
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Curatine and Iron Bitters-thie great
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r' ; VI
KENDALL'S SPY%IN CF": .
TuE 1IoST srecESSFUL REiEi>r ever <is
cover(ed, as it is certain in its-"eets:lnl
does not l>lister. iEA1) ItU)UF ,EIW. I
FROM REY. P. N. tiR..NtEl ,
Presiding Elider of the St. Alhans )istrict.
St. Albans. it., J:an. 2n th, is .
Ill,. B. .J. KLNI>A.t. & Co., Uents: III reply
to ytur letter I will say that my experience
with 'Keniall's Spavin Cure' has b .en very -
satisf:ietory inelee<l. Three or tour years
ago I procure<+ a bottle of your rent. a<l
with it, cure<d :t horse of lameniess cause1 by
a spavin. Last season IIIy horse hIerae
Very lallle anil I turnl(i tll out f a : t~"w
wveek- whlenl he b4>canize bettler. bue t whleni I
put himl on th- road he grew wor.e, when I
41iscover(l tlhatt a rin~ honu was trulmI in".:,
procured a bottle of Ke:m(all's Spavin Cte I
and with less than a bottle curetd hiin so
tla he is not late. neither can the biunel t
be fotunl. Itespectiully yours. Iia
P. N. GtANGEt. o
PERSEVERANCE WILL TELL.
Dtougihtonl, Mass.. Ma eIh1 1 1th, 1V11. A 1
B. J. KENAL.. & C(.. EN-rs: Inl jut tie t:o l w
You and miself. I think I on:(lit te let you t
knowt I Lhat I htve" r4eintve<( t WO l))un .a
vils wit h 'Keniltll's Siavin ( re.' i ll - '.* ,
large one. ilon't know how long I ite slavin
had been there. I have owneI the horse stri
eight months. It took tne four inonths to fr'
take the large one off anl t wo for Ithe small
one. I have used ten bottles. The horse is her
entirely well. not at all sti1Y, awl no bunch Sta
to be Seen or felt. '1'itia is a wonhtiIcrlI mtei- til
icine. It is a new thinug hcrc, bit if it del .
for all what it has done for tme its sale will
be very great. itespect fully yo ir r
Ciits. E. IAnKiE- nri
KENDALL'S SPAViN CUlE. or
-Acnn,-, Jlichigan, Decemrber :shi. I -17. ie
B. J. KENDALL. & Lto.. 4ENTs: I sent you
one dollar foryour "KendalPs Spav in Cure'' '
!ust summer wich cured a bone spavin pot
with half a bottle. The best liniinent I ever Bri
used. Yours respectfully, th
Il MEtt IloxtE.
STATEMENT MADE UNDER OATH.
To WHoM IT M.AY Cosci:uN.-lin the year \\(
15 I treate<l with Ken<dall's Spavin Cure. a .
bone spavin of several lioliths' ;,rowth,
nearly half as large as a lleni'sC:4. e :til co- th
pletely stopped the laneness amit retoved o
the enlargement. I have worked the horse n
ever since very hard, and he never has been
lame, nor could 1 ever see any difference in chi
the size of the hock joints since 1 treated ria]
him with Kendallls Spavin Cure.
B. A. GAINES.
Enosburgh Falls, Vt., Feb. 2., 187:1. par
Sworn anid subscribed to before me this or
25th day of Feb.. A. D. 1S7n. j
Joux G. JENNE, Justice of the Peace,
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ON HUMAN "tr
Patten's Mills, Washington Co., N. V., t0
Feb. 21, 1s7s.
B. J. KENDALL. M. I).: Dear Sir-The pr-at
ticular case on which I used your ""Spavin
Cure" was a malignant ankle sprain of six- ;o0
teen months' standing. I had tried man.y :.
things, but in vainl. Your "Spavin Cure"
put the foot to the ground again, atl. for Paz
the first time since hurt, in a natural posi- en
tion. For a family linimnent it excels any- ah)(
thing we ever used.
Yours truly, RtEV. 3M. P. BE LL. '
Pastor M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. Y. r?V
KENDALL's SPAVIN CURE is sure in its er.- )9
fects, mild in its action as it (loes not b)l is-g
ter, yet it is penetrating andI powerful to e a
reach every deep seatedi pain or to remove e
anly bony growth or other enlargement,
such as spavins, Slints. curbs. callous. Pn
sprains, swellinigs. any lainenesis antil all eni- hia
largemients of the jOinlts or 1limb1), or rhen
matismn in nian or beast. It is now known
to be tihe best liniment for n.au ever use<d, lPd
acting mildl andl yet (crtaini in its effects. '
Send address for Illunstrate<lI Circu!ar which a
we think gives positive proof of its virtues..
No remedly pas ever met with such umnjali- )l
fed success to our knowle<dge, for beast a.s to
well as man.
Price $1, per bottle, or six bottles for S5. o
A LL DRUGisTrS have it or can get it for you.
or it wvill be sent to any oLdiress on receipt tl
of price by the prop)rietors. DlR. . K hEN
DA LL & CO., Enosburgh Falls. 'Vermlont.
IIUN'T, RIANKIN & LAMAn. Agts., Atlanta.
Ga., also, TuoMr'soN & MUTui, Baltimore, to
Md. Jun. 9, 24-6mn. eas
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, as
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN P110BATE COU~RT. 4it
Julius Banks, Petitioner', againlst Mahulda be
Whittle, Elizabeth Banks, Mahzala Minick, fail
Mary A. Whittle, Marshall M. Miniek, or~
William T. Miniek, Jacob Miniek, Caro- tor
line Crouch, Vashtine A. R.' Minick and ')t)
Joel L. Minick, Defendants. the
Summnois. For Reliief.-(Petition no
Sci-ve d.) u
To the above Decfendanzts. iO5.
You are hereby sunmnoued and required .iz
to answer the Petition in this actioni, whieb ma
is on file in the 1Probate Court, and serve afi
copy of your answer to the said Petition on grem
tihe subscriber at his ofiee at Newberry C. or
H., S. C., within tweznty days after the ser- hOt
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such ,zm
service ; and if you fail to answer the Peti- mo~
tion within the timHe aforesuid, thie plaintiil' Ha
in this action will apply to the Court for the sai
relief demanded in the Petition. igS7
Dated May 1st, A. D. 1890. of
JAMES Y. CULB3REATH,mo
Petitioner's Attorney. ee
To the said Defendanrt, Marshzall M. Miniek. ai
Take notice that the Petitiozn in this~ ae- us
tion was filed in the office of the Judgec of pro
Probate of Newberry County, on the 26th no
dany of December, A. D. 1870J; and the chta
Sumnsl, of whlich the foregoing is a copy, the
was filed int said otliee otn the 1st day of su
May, A. D. 188o. cha
'JAMES Y. CULIBREATII, hur
Petitionuer's Attorney. no
May 12, 20-ut.
NEW AND IMPROVED
Will Soon Be in the Field ! be
Farquhar's Latest and Best! *l
The subscriber respectfully informs the an
arming public that he hias purchased for
:ash one of the abovec celebrated maebines,
md will, therefore, be able to THiRE H at C
prices as low as the tmajority. This is one -
f the most approved Machines made, antd
guairantee the utmost satisfaction. As
hie farmer wants a Machtine that will thor
>ughly Thresh, Separate and Ciean ali kinds
>f grain nzo matter what its conditton, I
3onfidently recommemr.d tis one rTe Fan Ti
>r (lenter, with Self regulating Blast, is
he result of long cotriued and expetnsive
xprimienlL, atnd delivers the grain cleanuer
han it cani be made by any hand fani into
imeasure or bag as desired, and the Tail
ng Elevator, withi dirt and cocl;le scr*eeni,
returns to the crlinder all anthrzeshed wheat
aads andi "'inte caipS, mu zch of wh ichb
would be othIVrw.ise wasted. T1his Machinte i
'aver chokes, andl cle'ans itself entirely of
.rin the mom:tenzt a fter the icledinig .tops, ~
huts a:zzbing no0 dilhelhty.imn chlaningi from --
me grain: to aniother, which every :trmner
sihl!11 .preciite ; the grain is uade perfectly
:leant without waste, iior is there any split
,ing" of grain.
It is decidedly 'he best Thresher beforeCo
?" " jIi sr
he bie, it'al i las lpovemenhi i~ts, in
Yd nIi~o Wes hciat, Qaict, aprlion o te sr
w.i f 0a, as (arle or Re. by
Wa'2,2-i:.aa . C. - b C
TOWN, 2-f TAXEa,S! 0
TOWN T A X ES! *4%
!t ii.e New Store on Hotel Lot.
Ve wtow on iia nd a large and eleg::,:t
,r': ir t of
ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and P :ted Ware,
[)LIN .N1l GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
VEDOING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
kil ordetr> by lm:ii rrm tyatn e o.
aichnaking and Repairing
Done Cepyadwt ipth
all and examitinc :y atock and prices.
ov .d2, t7 f.
'l'USi-iNT 'TO THE DECRiEE OF
. Forec l,):re made. in the case of
ltos 1. E bbest,' v-. the t;lee:ville and
nibia Iiailroad t'cpi:p:v et .., i the
,ter of the Lt:reis Railroad. by the
I. J. H. K,r.,h w, presiding in the Cotrt
('mn;1t,! P'lea ror' Richlianld C,o'unty,
ril Term, 18sso, dat'1 April loth, ISS,
ill sell at, t,blIe auction in the City (;
n ti,ia, 1 FIRST MON'DAY of
Zu1t nem, :; 12 o'clock n)On,
LIl and -ini ll:ir the RAlLRWAD eo:t
icted uipn and over the line or route
11 a point at or na'ar the Town of New
rv, inl the l'ou:ty o Newberrv, in the
t^ atfores.i:, to ;e Town of Laurens, in
County of Laurens, in the State afore
; and also all the Lands, Tenenents
li Iereditamen11ts a<i;uirrd and appro
tetl for the purpose of a right of way
said Railroad and all the casements and
urtenances thereto belonging, or in
wise ineiidenit or appertailnig, and all
iwavs, Ways and Rights of Ways, De
-grouud anid other Lards, all Tracks,
dges, Viaducts, 'ulverts, Fences and
er structures : all Depots, Station-houses,
ine-louis, Car-ihouses, Freight-house,;,
od-hioses, Warehonuses, Machine-shops,
rk-shops, Supersiructures, ErecLions and
t'res held anid acquir'"d for the use of
said Railroad, together with all the
:omlotives, Tenders, Cars and other Rol
stock and Equipmlenrts, and all Ma
oery, Tools, niplements, Fuel and Mate
s for the constructing, operating, re
ring or replacing said Railroad or any
t thereof, or convenient or necessary
the use in connection therewith, to
her with all franchi:es connected with
rclated to the said Railroad, or the con
letion, IaItCnance, or use thereof now
d or acquired by the (Greenville and
umii:a Railro.,d Corrpary, and all corpo
franchises of any nature, including the
rcnise to be a corporation, which are
r possessed and exercised by the said
enville and Columbia Railroad Comn
y, together wirth all and singular the
owmecnts, income and advantages to the
ve- mentioned lands, r-ailroad or property
anginrg, or ini any wise appertaining, the
ersin or rever-sions, remrainder and re
nders, Lolls, inicormes, rents, issues and
fits thereof; and also all the estate,
it, title, int eres-t, property, possession,
mi arid derma:nd whratsoever, as well in
law as inm the equity, present or pros
tiv(e, of ti.e said Greenville and Colum
Railroad Comzparny, in and to the same,
ry part arnd par-cel thereof, with the ap
teniances, upon the following terms:
'wentv rthousande dOllars5 in cash to be
I imniri-d(iIelv alter the close of the
ding, the. balance of thec purchase money
>e paid within thit:y days after the day
ale, with interest from the said day of
;ati the rmaster may require of any
!er duirng the progress of said sale to
o-ji, the sum of twenity thousand dollars
ash in a banik in the city of Columbia,
is or-der. In c:se of refusal to pay the
or rmake the deposir, the bid shall be
-egarded and the sale be proceeded with
f thre samie bid had nrot been made.
i the purchaser shrall, within the period
hirty days above referred to, pay the
>le of the piurchaise money, tihe s.ile shall
ilosed ; but in case the purchaser shall
arid mnake def:it in suchr paymenlt at
vithini the timne hiereinbetore designated
mnaking~ tire samie, the nmster shall at
e, and without delay, proceed to resell
said pr-operty on the same terms as
e been hereinibefore set forth, to the
rest bidder, at the risk o1 the former
chaser, whro shrall be liable for arny
or deficiency because of such re-.ale,
any arid :,lI payments which have been
ie by such purchaser shall become for
,nor shall tire same ini any contin
ev Or evenit to arise be recovered back
reclaimedct by s:.ch purchaser. Any
di or bonids of the Grecenville and Col
>ia Railroad Company secured by the
-tgage executed to Jamies Conner, Isaae
ruie and George D.- Bryain, Trustees, by
Comrpariy on the 29th day of April,
6, mray be made use of in the paymnent
uchl portion or p)ortions of tile purchase
rey as in the distribution of the pro
is of said sale may be applicable to
bonds or bonds or coupon thereof,
that to this extent the same may be
.1 in settlement of the purchatse of said
perty ;hbt in nio event shall the right
- given relieve any puirchaiser or pur
sers at the close of the bidding, when
same is accepted, fromr pain i-cs
i an araounrt as mnay he :equired to dis
rge claims for costs, charges and dis
semients in this cause and of the sale
ordered and decreed to he made.
NATHANIEL B. IIARN WELL,
uric, 2, 23-St. Master.
ARLESTON CITY RAILWAY
narnd after this day a Special Gar will
in waiting at the South Carolina Rail
.d Depot, Line Street, to accommmodate
assenrgers on inicom'otg Trains.
he Pare will be TEN CENTS, including
yrdinary size valise or traveling bag.
C. 'B. SIG W ALD,
harleston, S. G., May 10, 18S0. 20-lm
ARI & MOWE.
olders of the Bonds ofthme Greenvil!e arid
unibia Railro td Comp myn, seecuredl by the
tgage of '.he Laurens Railroad, who de
to coinbine for theC nrotection of their in
us, are invite<d to joinr in an organiza -
for that purpose whtich h-as been formed
apies of the pl:. na-c on :i!e at tire
es o.f the SthI Car-olina Loan and
tCmay a,rid., .t.e at.rinal BTune of