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Special and Local.
W EDNESDAY, J U E 30, 1880.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
M. M. Buford-Milk Cow for Sale.
Jno. H. James-Milk Cow for Sale.
Dr. S, F. Fant-Removal of Drug Store.
S. Lander-Wiliamston Female College.
A. C. Jones-Ice Cream-"For the U nveil
Jno. B. Carwile-Report of National Bank
of Newberry, S. C.
g' The charge for publishing nomi
nations of candidates is Five Dollars. to
be paid in advance-the nominations to
stand until the election, or as long,
within that time, as the parties desire.
Please bear this in mind in handing in
Mr. "J. Il. Brrhs, Newspaper Advertisi:tg
Agent. 41 Park Itow (Titmes Bailding', N_'
York. is autlhorized to contrLCt for adver
tise-au:.t in Lite Newl>erry IIEII.uLI At our
best rate s 13-ti-.
This paper m1ay be found on tile at Geo. P.
Rowel & Co' s Newspaper Advertising I;
reau (I sp:'ue St..) where a4:vert isi n u
tracL' m-ty be mtlade for it in New York.
CHANGE OF SCUI-:DULE.
Up Train arrives.................12 5.5 1' M
Up mail closes at...............125 I t
b,>w:n lraint arrives ........... 1431X
I)o.i m:tii Clo e= at.............. 1 10 1' 1
Ltarens l'rain arrives. ..........10 05 A M
" " leaves......... . 0 P aM
L .nreu< mail e!oscs :t...... ..... 2 :t P M
0cice l,u froin 8 A. M. to 1 05 '. 1.,
and "r. to P. M.
R. W. BOONE, P \
Newberry, S. C., May 17, 1S).
1r. L. S. Bowers, post master .-t
Pro.-l:'riLy is our authorized agent :t
Mr. George Gilliland's infant child
died Sunday, aged three weeks.
Mr. Drury Lovelace died Thursday
night. the 24th instant, of typhoid fever
at the residence of his father-in-law,
Mr. Adam Hartman, near Prosperity.
Mr. Lovelace was a brother of Mr. B.
'H. Lovelace, of New berry; was thirty
one years of age, and leaves a wife and
threre small children.
A good, gentle MILK Cow for sale.
Apply to M. M. Buford, Liberty Hall.
Do You Want To Be a Soldier Boy?
If so, go up to Cokesburv and take
your chances before the Board of Ex
aminers for the Third Congressional
District at Cokesbnry the 22d of July.
27-tf A, C. JONES'.
The Thespian Club
Will give a choice entertainment in
the Prytaneum .Wednesday evening,
the 30th. The club offers a most at
tractive pirogramnme, and will no doubt
be greeted by a full house..
Milk Cow for Sale.
That fine milk cow belonging to J. 1H.
James is for sale. Apply at Martin &
Mower's tanyard. - 27-tf.
Dr. J. M. Trotter, of Va., will dehiv
er a Lecture on Phrenology in this
place, on the 6th of July. and probably
another on tho 7th, if a suitable hall
can be obtained.
Williamston Female College.
We call the attention of parents to
the advertisement of the above named
College-a most excellent institution.
We are glad to learn from the Presi
dent that the prospect for the ne.xt ses
sion is unusually good.
Is alarming. In some portions of
the county there have been occasional
rains, but in the greater portion there
has beer. no rain for more than five
weeks. Corn is suf'ering dreadfully;
old corn, especially, is. almost ruined
beyond redemption; cotton has begun
to show the effects of the dIrought;
young cotton has been badly injured.
As to vegetable gardens, the best de
scription of their condition is.-"burnt
The Alumni Association
Of Newberry College met Wednzes
day afternoon, the 23d instant. Th'le
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President, Prof. G. B.
Cromer; Vice-President. Rev. H. S.
Wingard; Secretarv, Rev. S. S. Rahn;
Treasurer, Rev. S. P. Hughes.
W. J. Stribling, Esq., of Waihalhi,
was chosen to deliver the Alumni ad
dress at the Commencemen'. in 1881,
with Rev. Robert T. Campbell as alter
Order of the Procession, the 30th.
Assemble on arrival of Columbia
train, at Passenger Depot, 10 A. M.
The line will then be formed on John
stone Street, and remove from there,
right in front, to Boundary Street,
thence to Adams Street, thence to Cald
well Street, and thence to Court House
Square, where the column will move
around the Square, half right, finally
resting on C:ddwell Street, wvhere the
line will be broken. The Artillery will
mnove in rear of column and on arrival
at Public Square will be parked in rear
of Market. No carriages allowed in
procession except two-tb..- of Orator
of the day and the one containing the
four young ladies who are to Unveil
Sabbath School Convention.
The second annual session of the
jNewberry County Sabbath School Con
vention will be held in Luther Chapel.
a.t Newberry Court House, on Thursday
and Friday, the 1st and 2nd days of Ju
ly next, for the transaction of such busi
ors hay behroug'ht before the Con
A new lot of Buggies just receive
Call on COPPOCK or MARTIN.
June 15, 1880. 25-4t.
Buy your Confectioneries of all kin
from A. C. Jones. 19-tf.
I All True.
There is ont thing that never go
out of fashion, and very fortunately to
or sad would be the condition of tl
world-we allude to babies. Evel
well regulated community has its sha:
of the little lears, and these little ootse
tootseys receive more attention than
the old times. The first thing th:
mam-ma thinks about is :i nice bal
carriage to ride them out in. This
'right, for it is healthy. Kingsland
Heath, of Columbia. keep a fine stoc
on hand at from .8 up. They have
large stock of flower pots. also. rangir
from 50 cents a dozen up, and mar
other .things equally as cheap. The
stock embraces one of the largest at
most crniplete varieties to be four
South, in china, glass, crockery and f:l
cy articles. Send your orders to thea
Ice-Cold Sparkling Soda Water,
At Pelham's Drug Store. 21-tf.
Our colored brethren have given c
all hopes of 'forty acres and a muk
s a gift from the government, and a
resignin:g themselves gradually to tl
knowledge th:t only by industry ar
correct deportment can they win tlI
esteem of their country men. They ei
joy no special privilege or immunit;
but when suffering from Dyspepsi
Sour Stomach, Biliousness, etc., ca
obtain relief by using Portaline, <
Tabler's Vegetable . Liver Powde
Price 50 cts. White's Cream Whi
Vermifuge is the best worm kille
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pclhaw.
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobai
co. At -
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Health and Beauty Combined.
WOMAN'S RiGHTs.-One who hi
long studied this subject now presen
the result of his investigations. He
happy to say that he has discover(
"Woman's Best Friend." It Is adaptE
especially to those cases where tU
womb is disord.ered, and will cure at
irregularity of the "menses." Bra<
field's Female Regulator acts like
charm in "whites," or a sudden chec
of the "monthly courses," from coli
trouble of mind or like causes, by ra
storing the discharge in every instanc
In chronic cases its action is prom]
and decisive, and saves the constitutic
from countless evils and prematoi
decay. Prepared by Pr. J. Bradfiel,
Atlanta, Ga. For sale at $1.50 p<
bottle by Dr. S. F. Fant.
MIL.TOWN, CHTAMBERS Co., ALA.,
July 13. 187
I have used your Female Regulatc
extensively .in my practice for a lot
time, and with entire success whe:
there was no complication of diseas
If is not a specific, it is, in my opinio:
the best known remedy for the di
eascs for which it is-recommended.
e.o.w. . J. H. D)AVIS, M. D.
As Cotton .is King
in commerce, so the Liver is king
the human system. We cannot livei
any peace with tbis great organ di
e:ed. To keel) it in condition to pe
form its functious, use Dr. Gilder's Li
er- Pitls. They are sold by all Drug
gists and country merchants. 19-21
THIoMPsOX, Dentist, opposite Herald ofli
T[abler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
unique as a Patent Medicine in that
is recommended for nothing but Pile
It is. perhaps, the only patent medicir
extant which does not propose to cu:
from a dozen to one hundred disease
But it will effectually cure Piles, and
only 50 cts. White's Cream Whi
Vermifuge is the best worm kille
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelbam.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for ren
for sale at this office.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MASs AND PILLS.
Adapted to chronic diarrhoa, constip~
tion, and scrofula.-Hy. Latham, M. 1
Pres't Virginia Medical Society.
Suecesslully Used in Dyspepsia, Chron
Diarrho~a and Scroftula.-IPro.f. S. Jackso
Eficient in anomani; excellent appetizi
and blood purifier.-ii. Fisher. _M. D., Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostration, indige
tion and chlorosis.-G. E. Mathews, M. I
A tine tonic and alterative, very valuab
in diseases peculiar to females, chronic I
ve and ague, bronchitis and diseases of tl
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. 1
Very beneticial in strengthening and ii
proving a reduced system.-Rev. Jno.
Bleckith. Bishop 0f GaL.
Invaluable as a nervous tonic.-Hon. I.
Recommended as a phryphalactic in M
iarial districts.-D. R. Fairex. M. D., N. 0.
iestores debilitated systems to health.
T. C. Mercer. M. D., Ind.
Used with great benefit in Malarial Fevy
and Diphtheria.-S. F. Dupon, M. D).. Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Rum
bold, M. D,.. St. Louis.
Beneticial in uterine derangements ar
malarous conditions.-,. M. Vail, M. I
Best remedy ever used in diseases of tU
throat.-P. A. Sitferd, M. D., N. C.
Tonic. alterative, diuretic; onc of na:tuir
greatest remediey.-Medical Associaution
Aapted in certain atlecti.ons of the ki
neys and bladder; dyspepsia, lupus, ehl<
usiS, scrofuilous and cutaneous affections.
P~rof. J. -1. Moorman, M1. D., Va.
Rlieves headache, promptly-both sia
and niervous.-Rev. E. C. D)odson, \Va.
Saple supply sent free-to any physici:
desiring to test. I'amplhlets sent free. A
alvsis with each p)ackage. Water as it comn
fromi the Springs $4 per case of 6 gallons
lass-S2.5U for 5 gallons, $4 for 10 galOlo
$S7 for 20 gallons in casks. Mass 50 cet
and $1; $2.50 and $5 for half doz. Pil
pure sugar coated, 25c., 5oc. and $1 packaLI
$1.25. $2.50, and $5 for half doz. Sent pC
paid anywhere. This Mass and Pills cc
t.ains i.nreuce ennr.e all the cnr:ative DO
d. The lntest thing out in the way of ,
cooling drinks is
SPARKLING ROOT BEER,
LIS dispensed through Pelham's New Soda
Water Apparatus, for Sc. per glass!
- _ _ _ _ _ _
A Change in the Mails.
es The mail between Whitmire's store
o, and Newberry has been changed, to
1e take effect July 1st. It now leaves
y Vhitnire's Iuesd:vs and Fridays at 8
: A. M., arrives at Newberry 5 P. :4.;
leaves Newhery Wednesdays and Satur
in days at 8 A. M., arrives at W'hitmire's
it at 5 .r. ti. By this arrangement our
l subscribers at Liberty Hall and Whit
is mire's can get their papers on the day
& of publication.
The employees in the machine shop
at Helena have purchased a very hand
some silver service to be presented to
Maj. Temple late Superintendent of the
G. & C. R. R. It consists of five pieces
ice-pitcher, waiter, two goblets and
siop bowl. On the waiter is the follow
ing engraving: "I'rerented as a slight
token to Maj. R. Ii. Temple, General
Superintendent, by the employees in
the Machine Department of the Green
vile & Columbia Riilroad." The ser
P vice was ordered and engraved by Mr.
Ed. Schohz, and will he forwarded to
- morrow to M .j. Temple, at Richmond,
As some misunderstanding arose in
regard to the rise of the Freshman
Class, announced on Commencement
Day, we are requested by President
Holland to publish the following:
Admitted to &phomore, Classial
W. W. Berly, W. B. Boinest, S. M.
Clarkson, E. 0. Counts, S. J. H. Der
rick, A. H. Hawkins, W. H. Hunt, Jr.,
J. T. Hunter, T. B. Huffman, Burr H.
Johnstone, Fred. H. Kempson, E. H.
Kohn, J. L. Long, W. D. Senn, S. L.
Swygert, J. B. Wheeler and C. D.
Admitted to Sophomore, Philosophical
-S. A. Boozer.
The Confederate Monument.
ts The unveiling ceremonies will begin
is to-morrow (Wednesday) at 11 o'clock.
d The exercises will consist of a prayer
d 'by Rev. G. V. Holland, a poem by J.
e F. J. Caldwell, Esq., and an address by
yGen. John D. Kennedy, of Camden.
_ The day wvill be enlivened by music
a and the firing of artillery. There will
k also be several military companies on
3 parade. A large crowd will be present,
and the day will be in keeping with the
e noble pr'nciples it celebrates.
>t The monument has been completed;
a it is a beautiful work of art; tbe loca
. tion is a very good one -(though not as
1, good as could be desired) and capable
r of being improved and beautified, as it
will be. This monument will stand for
ages to conme to illustrate and memorize
.the bravery and heroism of Newberry's
r dead soldiers, and to incite the rising
ggenerations to emuilate their noble
e Sunday School Convention.
" The Newberry County Sunday School
IConvention will meet in the Lutheran
Church in Town Thursday, July 1st, at
10 A. M. The following subjects will'
he discussed: Duty of the Church to
the Sunday School, by Revs. M E.
n Broadus and T. C. Ligon; The Pastor's
..Work in the Sunday School, by W. W.
rHodges. E. P. Chalmers and Prof. G.
B. Cromer; Everybody in the Sunday'
School, the true idea, by Revs. R. A.
Fair and G. W. Holland. Friday the
following -subjects will be. discussed:
eInternational Lessons, by Revs. A. C.
LeGette and J. Hawkins; How shall
iswe get better teaching? by Revs. S. P.
it Hughes, WV. B. Elkins and J. C. Boyd;
s The Parents' work in the Sunday School.
e by Revs. JM). Bowles and E. P. Mc
e Clintock; flringi ng the Children to
s Christ, by Revs. Luther Broaddus and
is J. D. Shirey and Prof. R. H. Clarkson.
Le On Thursday there will be three ses
r. sns beginning at 10 A. M., and at 4
and S P. M. Friday there will be two
sessions, beginning at 9 A. M. and at 4
P. M. Each Sunday School is entitled
to three delegates., The public is cor
, dially' invited.
Dr. Jno. R. Thompson returned home
Friday from Virginia.
Rev. Prof. S. S. Rahin is spending
,some time in Charleston.
ec Mr. Jno. B. Mazyck went with the
'Press Gang to Cincinnati as a repre
r sentative of the Newberry News.
SGen. M. L. Bonham, Railroad Com
missioner, passed over the Laurens road
~. last week on a tour of inspection.
, Mir. Wmn. C. Anderson, formerly of
aNewberry, nowv of Stratford, Conn., is
V. in on a visit to his old home and friends.
2- Rev. S. P. Hughes left yesterday for
.- Savannah, to be absent a month. lie
-will fill the pulpit of Rev. D)r. Reimnen
rsnyder during the latter's visit to the
North. Rev. Prof. Holland will fill
Mr. Hughes' pulpit while lie is away.
>., Gov. Simpson, Hi. L.. Simpson. Gen.
ie Hlagood, and Capt. J. D. McLucas, of
sthe Marion Merchatnt and Farmer, just
r from Cincemnati and the Press Excur
sion passedl down the road on Monday.
- Mr. Tfench Pool returned home from
k the same interesting point on Monday.
ta Maj. F. Melchers, of the Zeitung,
passed down to-day, Tuesday.
s.The Senior happily acknowledges hisj
return from Cincinnati and all its ex-1
;citements and pleasur es, but too late to
-give an account of the trip. Next week,
W~ if* thj ?1I~P~~Pfl~ *~ fnll ~it"~PfiI1flt will
Nli.i1"COLLEGE COMMENCEMET" H
Our notice of the Commencement St
exercises closed list week with Monday Et
night. Tuesuay morning Rev. J. B. Ai
Reimensyd'r, of Savannah, delivered a Cl
ine address on the life and character of
Martin Luther. This was the third ap- dii
pearance of this gentleman before the It
people, and each time he fully sustained pa
himself as a clear, deep thinker and ou
fini.shed schloiar. The degree of -1). 1). o
conferred upon him by the Trustees of an
the Ccllege was a just and merited tri- of
bute to lis eminent abilities and schol- lo(
rship. The distinguished divine no an
oubt appreciates this compliment; for Gc
Newberry College is not over fond of! wi
giving titles, this being the first for the
past ive years; so that a degree from ie
Lids College means something.
Tuesday night Gen. B. 11. Rutledge, I
of Charleston, delivered the Annual
Address before the Literary Societies. M
His subject was the kind of men needed p
for the times. The address was a very
line one. It is impossible to give any- a
thing like a just synopsis, but we hope
in a short time to give it to opr readers tl
in full, if we can secure a copy. i
COMIMENCEMENT DAY. W(
Long before the hour fixed for be- i!
ginning the exercises of the day the
Court House was comfortably full; but a
the crowd kept surging in, and the gen- p
temanly ushers did their best to seat ed
everybody. All the ladies ' got seats, "F
but only comparatively few of the slern
er sex. fhi
After prayer and music the President M
introduced Mr. Burr J. Ramage, Jr., of
Newberry, who delivered the Salutato
ry address, in the English language, in
stead of in Latin-the usual way. The V
President stated that the audience would
no doubt prefer to hear a speech in a Sn
known tongue.; and he was correct, for
the address was of so excellent a char- by
acter that to have delivered it in Latin
would have been to deprive the audience
of a very great pleasure. It was care- ot!
fully and ably composed, and its deliv- 26
ery very good. Mr. Ramage has the
style of thought and manner for an ef- th
fective speaker-frank, straight-forward vi
and manly he captivates his audience.
He entertains both by what he says and
by the manner in which he says it. co
Mr. J. W. S. Sheppard, of Helena, th
the next speaker, advocated the idea of
"Every man in his place"; his effort
being to prove that every man is spe- V
ially fitted for a special calling, and th
should take that for which he is fitted,gi
whether it be a high calling or an hum
ble one; that it is better to fill an hum- ca
ble position creditably than to attempt Si
usuccessfully to fill an exalted one; ve
better be a Napoleon boot-black or an
Alexander chimney-sweep, than a brain- m<
less, briefiess barrister, who, like Ne- of
:essity, knows no law. D
"Among the Rocks" sounds like an no
exceedingly dry subject, but it was any
thing else ia the hands of Mr. E. H. N3
Aull. His speech was highly entertain- Sai
ing; he showed not only a technical, ye
bookish familiarity with his subject, but Lc
succeeded in making it attractive and
ntertining to the audience. With a&
lively imagination, a ready tongue and a
1 pleasing address M. Aull promises a
to make an orator. h
Mr. M. 0. J. Kreps, ,o Granifeville, h
spoke of "The World of God within t
Las." is style lacks animation; but
his delivery is distinct and his ideas
good, though too abundantly clothed to
The next speaker, Mr. Jno. B. Jones, m
>fNew berry,. chose for his subject, "The
Em portance of Failure." His argument c
was that man learns chiefly by observa- pr:
tion and reflection; by tne former he Di
notes the failures and by reflection he
ascertains their causes, which enables T~
him to avoid these causes in tihe future.
He who has not met with falures and an
reverses is liable to self-complacency; W
but a failure teaches him his weakness cr
and incites to thoroughness. It calls Y7
out latent energies which migat other- su
wise remain hidden and unknown. In tel
illustration of his position he gave many Li
instances of men whose first attemptM
was a failure and who afterwards rose an
to distinction. H
Mr. B. B. Ramage's subject was "The ~
Power of Resolution"-a -rn qood N:
speech ; his language was clear and for
ible, with no circumlocution. A char- by
acteristic of this speaker, as also of his an
elder brother, is his explicit and appro- th
priate language,' saying just the words a
that most clearly convey his meaning. di
After this speech came the sa
AWARDING OF MEDALS;
one of the pleasantest features of the en
day. The Mathematical Medal, which i
was offered by Trustees Leaphart and ,
Haltiwanger for the best stand in Math
eatics in. the Freshman Class, was a
presented by Prof: C. W. We!ch to Jno.st
L. Long, of Ne w berry County. Special evi
mention was made of WV. D. Senn, E.th
0. Counts and WV. WV. Berly.al
The Sophomore Medal for Greek, of- a
fered by Messrs. Y. J. Pope and T. W. Th
Holloway, was presented by Rev. J. B.
Reimensnyder to James M. Kibler, of of
The Jacob F. Schirmer Prize for the W
best examination ii History was pre- TI
sented by J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., to fei
W. G. Houseal, of Newberry. gr
The Prize, for the best Essay on the ty
Chameter of Sir John Fallstaff was pre- C
sented by C. H1. Suber., Esq., to A. J.
Bowers, of Helena, of the Senior Class. T
'he Medal offered by the Alumni for
excellence in Mental Philosophy and to
Logic was presented by J. M. Baxter, th
Esq., to A. J. Bowers.
ensrivder, of Savannah; the degree ofI
aster of Arts on J. B. Boinest, Wm.
cudemnire, .J. 11. Wilson and C. M. o
ird; and the degree of Bachelor of; S
is on the members of the Graduating
President Holland. after delivering a
)lomas to the Graduating Class, said:
is with no assumed regret that we
rt from you to-day. We send you
t into the wcrld with confidence that t
n will do your duty. Your diligence o
d your good character are an earnest c
your success. I trust that you are u
>king forward to lives of usef:dhoss
d honorable fame. Have faith in
>d, and be true to yourselves, and you
11 not fail.
A. J. Bowers, the First Honor man, H
livered the Valedictory of the Class.
s address cannot be too highly com
anded for its elegance and pur ity of
1g1uge and good taste. Thore was
thing trite or common-place-about it.
r. Bowers, who carried off a large
oportion of the honors of the year, is -
young man of marked ability, and we
edict for him a useful and honorable M
reer in life.
Wednesday night the Reception at
i College building in corupliment to
a Graduating Class was largely at- T
ided. The Campus and the College G
re beautifully illuminated ; the libra- di
halls, the museum and the Society s
lis were thrown open, and the splen- P
.1 array of beauty and chivalry made ;
eene not soonl to be forgotten. The te
..snres of the evening were protract- R
till long after midnight.
or the Unveiling."
Ice Lemonade, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., L
rnished in front of Square-near B
A. C. JONES.
June 29, 1880. -7-1t. [
rious and all About. F
The final exhibition of Miss Janin ;
aith's school will come off July 17th.
The population of No. 11 Township 1
the new census is 2,400. In 1870 it
is 2,075. fe
Mr. H. H. Evans intends to run an- h
er excursion to Hendersonville the a
th of July.
What is it that men call for when
.y have a lame horse? Kendall's Spa
Nearly all the South Carolina editors G
re in Cincinnati last week, and as a L
nequence our exchanges were more G
in usually entertaining.
There will be a Snnday School Con
ntion at St. Paul's (Lutheran) Church
3 15th and 16th of July. See pro
amine of exercises on first page. 1
Don't drive a lame horse when you E
a buy 'Kendall's Spavin Cure' for
.00, it is wvorth $5. Read their Ad-L
Complaint is made of a few young
mn who smoked cigars in the vestibule L
the Methodist Church Sunday night.
>n't do this again, young men: it is
t proper, nor manly, nor po]ite. s
There will be an escursion from
nyberry to Greenville and back
turdlay for the benefit of the colored
ople. Fare for the round trip $1.00.
ave Newberry at 5 A. M.
Hamp, a colored hostler at Christian
Smith's stables, met with a painful
aident Saturday. A horse that he T
is riding reared and fell hack uponA
n, inflicting serious internal injuries. y~
Dr. R. P. Clark, of Jalapa, reports
it corn is being greatly injured by
>rms around the roots; that the cot- V
1 crop is splendid; aud that what
s county wants now is rain, and we
ist have it.
A large stock of Swift's Syphilitic
re, which is offered at the reduced s
ice of $2.25 per bottle, at Pelbam's F
ug Store. 24-tf, C
e Newberry Female Academy
Held its closing exercises WednesdayA
d Thursday evenings of last week.
ednesday evening Thespian Hall wasB
>wded to hear the Essays by tihe R
ung lady pupils. The authors andR
bjects were: Life, Miss Julia 1B. Hun
-; Hope, Lilian L. Gldnn; Dreams,
lie WV. Baxter; The Patst and Future,
attie McIntosh; Prevalence of Pride
d Vanity. E. Lilian Kibler; Silence,
~len M. Wardlaw; Little Things, S. ~
1y Boozer; Why We See Beauty in
iture, Emma McKellar. P
The Essays were read by gentlemen,
t the crowded condition of the hall
d the confusion and noise resulting
3refrom rendered it impossible to hear -
few feet from the stage; those who
I hear, however, pronounce the Es
The exercises occupied about an bour
d a half, after which nearly all pres- a
t repaired to the College to take part e<
The Musical Soiree at the Academy
ilding Thursday night was largely
:ended, the music, both vocal and in
.umental, was well rendered, and the
ening passed off very creditably. to
a performers and very pleasantly to
le Newberry Monument.
The monument erected by the ladies i
Newberry to the Confederate dead
that county will be unveiled on next
ednesday with ii.>sing ceremonies.
ie arrangements have all been per
:ted, andl the occasion will possess6
eat popular interest. Newherry coun- a
bad her full quota of men in the f
>nfederate army, and there were no
tter or braver soldiers in the service.
ley proved their constancy on the
ldo at n many,saethi ofvothem, alash
>i lives. Afeale thei lapeofonyt
arsth living nowe thenapse ofay
br h iignwitn ogoiy
B ed n omr fto prpit
. ama and no more fit or anuropriate
"Eleven years our daughter suffered
a :i bed of wisery under the care of
:veral of the best (and some of the
orst) physicans. who g:tve her dis
iSe various n:anes but no relief,
ad now she is restored i) us in good
ealth by as simple a remedy as Hop
itters, that we had poohed at for two
ears. before using it. We earnestly
ope and pray that no one else will let
cir siek suff-r :is we lid. on accunt
t pre judice against so goud a tnedi
ne as hap Bitters.''-The Parents.
NEWBERnY, S. C., .June 26, 1880
List of advertised letters for week ending
inc 26, 1SSO :
uozer, Mrs. Caroline Livingston, Mrs.
icks, F. L (2) Emanuel
ammunonds, i m. 'Rees, E. W.
abcrtson, Jacob (col) Swindler, L. C.
Parties call:ng for letters will please say
advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
Notice is hereby given that the Quarterly
eeting of the Pomona Grange of Newberrv
ounty is postponed from the 2nd Friday in
ily until the 4th Thursday and Friday, 22nd
id 23d of .Juiy. This meeting will be at the
range Hall of Cannon's Creek Gran.e.
he first day will be devoted to regular
range business, and the second day to the
scussion and consideration of' essays and
ihjects of general interest, and open to the
iblic to hear and participate. Any farmer,
hether a nembe,r of the Order or not, may,
id is invited to. propose any subject of in
rest to his class for discussion, under the
ules of the Order and the permission of the
Delegates from the various Subordinate
ranges are assigned as follows:
dell's Grange....-....... ..Alonzo Cannon
ibcrty IHaT Grange........Willie ialfacre
aybinton Grange...............D. A. Ruff
olmont Grange.............J. B. Boinest
ells' Grange................M. M. Long
benezer Grange................J. C. Neel
t. Luke's Grange......... .. W. G. Metts
ominick's Grange..........S. H1. Fellers
igh Point Grange.......... ..J. B. Fellers
omaria Grange..............S. W. Cannon
ethel Grange............. Perry Halfacre
[acedonia Grange...... .....John Couzins
This time has been selected as a leisure
me as to the crops, and that all may attend
ithout sacrifice, and it is earnestly hoped
tat there will be a full attendance of d. 'e
ates, and also of all interested in the "":l
Lre of the Order and the country.
The W. Master of the State Grange has
-en invited to be present at the meeting
ad will attend. J. S. HAIR,
Master Newberry P. G.
JAMES F. KILGORE, Secretary.
NEWBERIT, S. C., June 29, 1880.
rdinary...... .................... 9 a 9k
ood Ors.linary..................... 9Ob 9;
ow Middling..................... 9,a10
iddling ........................10 a10}
od Middling .....................10}a101
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
lyJ. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 6' a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 8
Sides, C. R., New...........S8 a 8
RtY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 6J
Sides, C. RI., New........... a 71
Sides, Long Clear........ 7
Uncanvassed IIams........ 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) ]2j
Leaf, in Tierces............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets..........123
Granulated Sti.ndard..... .. 12.a
Extra C.................. 11
Coffee C................. 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Roa.sted or Parched...3')
Best Rio............... 25:
Good Rio.............. 20a
White Wine Vinegar 65
Bolted.. ............... ... 90 '
)AP.......................... 6a 10
I'AR CANDLES................ 15
LOUR, perbbl.......... ....... 6.00a 8.00
ANDY... ...................... 20
DNCENTRATED LYE...... ..... 10
NGLISH SOD)A................ 10
ORSFORD=S BAKING P'OWDER 25
EA FOAM1 BAKING POWDER... 35
XLE GREASE.................. 10
)BA30O....................... 60a 1.25
AILS (101 keg.................. 6.i00
AG GING-Heavy... ............... 12b
RROW TIES; per bunch.......... 3 00
ED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
ED) OATS-per 1;u............ 50a
The members of the Newberry County
emocratic Convention are hereby sum
onued to reassemble in the Court House
Newberry, ON TH1URSDAY, JULY Sth,
ROX., AT 11 O'ULOCI(, A. M.
By order of Executive Committee.
.JOlIN C. WILSON, Chairman.
L. W. SuMKIs, Secretary.
June 22, 1880. -26-2t.
By authority from the Court of Probate
r Newberry,'I will sell, at public outcry,
Newberry Court Hlouse, on the First
onday, (5tIm day) ol .July, I880, the Per
mnal Estate of Eliza Franklin, deceased,
>nsisting of IIousehold Furnit.ure.
. PRATT S. SUBER,
June 10, 25-3t. Ad dm'r.
Viminigton, Columbia and
Augusta Rail Road.
~ILMIlNGTON, N. C., May 26, 1880.
Commencing June 1st, 1880, LROUND
RIP TICKETS to the
iNEAL SIINS AN SUER E80H8T
irginia, West Virginia and North
,ill be on sale at the Coupon Ticket Of
ees of this Road. For Tickets, Price Lists
id Time Cards containing al! need ful in-1
umation, call on the undersigned or Tick
Agents at Wilmington, Florence, Sum
r or Columbia. A. POPE,
General Passenger Agent.
June 9, 24-t f.
Pursuant to the order of the Hion. Jacob
.Fellers, as Judge of Probate for New
erry, I will maLke a finual settlement of my
'ns as A...;nist..tor, dio honik non.
SPIRKLiG SOILI '1UTRI
Delicious and Creamy
IS DISP:NSED DAILY
At PELAM'S DHUJG SiOIE,
NEW SODA WATER
AP PA RATUS
Beauty of Exterior Design
EXCELLENCE OF INTERIOR ARRANGEMENT.
Call at Pelham's Drug Store, and satisfy
vourself of the GJNERAt. Vi:aniCT-"TIIE
B3:.ST THE WORLI) EVER SAW."
It will pay you to call and quanf the
healthful bever.ge that it produces.
June 9, : t-tf.
DR. S. F. FANT,
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Offers Imported and Indigenous Drugs.
Stapie and Rare Chemicals.
Foreign and Domestic Medical Prepara
Fine Essential Oils and Select Powders.
New Pharmaceutical Remedies.
Special,a ttention is called to the follow
ing Standard Preparations
FANT'S Liver Regulator.
FANT'S Elixir o''Calisaya with Pyrophos
phate of Iron.
FANT'S Conpourd Fluid Extract of Buchu
FANT'S Compound Extract of Queen's De
light and Sarsaipar:lla, with'Iodide
FANT'S Soothing Sy rup.
FANT'S Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
FANT'1SAgue Cure-well known to every
one in the County, having been
thoroughly tested in fever and
Guratine and Iron Bitters-the great
Sole A gent for Swift's Sy philitic Specific,
the Great Eliminator of' all Impurities of the
Blood. The cure for Serofula, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia and all Nervous A ffections.
Buckeye Pdel Ointment, a specific for
I also off'er the largest assortment of
Lmnps, Soaps, Perfumery, Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, and Toilet Articles, of ev
ry description, at theC very lowest prices.
C'all and exambi:e for yourselves.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours of the (dy and night.
THlE IJHIGI) ST1HLATS
Have Nominated Garfield !
BUT WHAT OF THAT!
ARE NOMINATED BY THE TRADE,
And will Ruin for the Summer
A Splendid Line of Goods
IN ILL DEPIT3MTS
At Prces low~ thl [be
Call and see, we have
the GOODS and are
bound to sell.
June 16, 25-tf.
All persons having demands against the
Estate of Levi E. Folk, deceased, are re
quired to present the same, duly attested,
to m.e or to my Attorneys, Moorman &
Simkins, at Newberry C. HI., S. C., on or
before the first day of' August, 1880. LUpon
their failure to comply with the law, I shall
not be liable for the same.
JOHN WILLIAM FOLK,
A dm'r. of Levi E. Folk, dee'd.
June 2:3, 26--St.
The time for paying Town'Taxes is here
by extended until July ist, 1880O.
By order of Council
JOHN S. FAIR,
Clerk and Treasurer.
June 1s', 1880. 23-tf.
Pursuant to the order of the HIon. Jacob
B. Fellers, as Judge of Probate for New
berry, we will cause to be made a tinal set
tleent of our accounts as Executors of the
last Will of Daniel Suber, deceased, in the
Court of Probate fur Newberry, at New.
berry Court House, on the 10th day of July
next, and immedi:tely thereafter apply for
a final discharae as such said Executors.
WADE W. SUBER,
SAMUEL P. SUB3ER,
As Executors of the h it WXill andi Testa
mnent of Daniel Subcr, dec'd.
June 7, 188S. 24-5t.
TWO IILNARED 001RB8
-rr ti.es, ('lo-ks, .Iesee' ry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot,
ive nrow on hand a large and el ga:.
-i: ment of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and P!ated Ware.
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by} :nlii promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply an:d with Dispa:ch.
Call and examine my stoci and prices.
Nov. -l!, 17-1f.
-t ~RSUANT TO THE DECREE OF
. F or .ci1 tlurei mde in the e.twe of
.Ami . (_ ;bbes v . the (Greenviile and
Gohi::nibia R :1 . t_iiraal1} topa y _t al., !'n th
matCr of :'he Linrcn- Railrool, by the
fion. J. B. Kersh .w, presiding in the Court
of tom:nion Pleas for Riehland County,
April Term, ISAi), dated Apr ii 1lt:, 1iSS),
I will sell a-. pntie unetior in the City of
Columbia. on te FIRST MONDAY of
f August :exi, at 12 o'clock noon,
All a::d :in,ular the RAILROAD con
structed upon and over the line or route
trom a point :, or near thre Town of New
,"rrv, in t.' (ou:n o' New.erry, in the
State aforesaid, to the Town of Laurens, in
the County of Laurens, in the State afore
said ; and also all the Lands, Tenements
and Iereditanents acquire d and appro
priated for the purpose of a right of way
for said Railroad nd all the casements and
inppurtenances thereto belonging, a in
anvwise incident or appertaining, and all
Riilwavs, Ways and Rights of Ways, De
pot-grounds and other Lands, all Tracks,
Bridges, Viaducts, Cuilverts, Fences and
other structures ; all Depots. Station-houses,
Engine-h.i uses, Crr-houses, Freight-housees,
Wood-houses, Warehouses, Machine-shops,
Work-shops, Superstructures, Erections and
Fixtures held and acquired for the use of
the said Railroad, together with all the
Locomotives, Tenders, Cars and other Rol
ling-stock and Equipment:s, and all Ma
chinery, Tools, Implenents, Fuel and Mate
rials for the constructing, operating, re
pairing or replacing said Railroad or any
part thereof, or convenient or necessary
for the use in connectiolt therewith, to
,ether with all franchises connected with
or related to the said Railroad, or the con
struction, maintenance, or use thereof now
held or acquireL by the Greenvi:le and
Columbia Railroad Company, and all corpo
rate franchises of any nature, including the
franenise to be a corporation, which are
niow possessed and exercised by the said
Greenville and Columbia 'Railroad Comn
pany, together with all and sinzular the
endowments, income and advantages to the
above mentioned lands, railroad or property
belonging, or in an) wise appertainin~g, the
reversion or reversions, remaiader and re
main ders, tolls, incomes, rents, issues and
profits thereof; and also all the estate,
right, title, interest, property, possession,
claim and demand whatsoever, as well in
the law as in the equity, present or pros
pective, of the said Grecnville and Colum
bia Railroad Company, in and to the same,
every part and parcel thereof, with the ap
partenances, upon the following terms:
Twenty thousand dollars in cash to be
paid immediately after the close of the
bidding, lhe baianceof the purchase money
to be paid within thiu ty days af:er the day
of sie, with interest from the said day of
sale ; and the miaster may require of any
biddmer during the progress of said sale to
derosit the sum of sventy thousand dollars
in'eash in a bank in the city of Columbia,
to his order. In case of refusal to pay the
cash or make the deposit, the bid shall be
disregarded and the sale be proceeded wig
as if the same bid had not been made.
If the purchaser shall, within the period
of thirty days above referred to, pay the
whole of the purchase money, the sale shall
be closed ; but in case the purchaser shall
fail and make default in such payment at
or within the time hereinbefore designated
for making the same, the master shall at
once, and without delay, proceed to resell
the said property on the same terms as
have been hierei'nbefore set forth, to the
highest bidder, at the risk of the former
urchase r, who sha:1 be liable for any
loss or deficiency because of such re-iale,
and any an~d all payments which have been
made by such purchaser shall become for
feited, nior shall the same in any contin
ency' or event to arise~be recovered back
or recianmed by such purchaser. Any
bond or bonds of the Greenvil!e and Col
ulbia Railroad Company secured by the
mortage executed to James Conner, ibaao
Havne anid George D. Bryan, Trustees, by
said Company on the 2'Jth day of April,
i8763, may be made use of in the payment
of such portion or portions of the purchase
money as in the distribution o1 the pro
eeeds' of said sale may be applicable to
such bonds or bonds or cou~pon thereof,
and that to this extent the same may be
used in settlement of the purchase of said
property ; but in no event shall the right
now given relieve an~y purchaser or pur
chaers at the close of the bidding, when
the same is accepted, from paying in cash
such an amount as may be required to dis
charge claims for costs, charges and dis
ursenents in this cause and of the sale
nowv ordered and decreed to be made.
NATHANIEL B. BARN WELL,
June, 2, 23-St. Master.
H olders of the Bonds of the Greenville and
Columbia Railro id Company, secured by the
mortgage of the Laurens Railroad, who de
sire to combine for the protection of their in
terests, are invited to join in an organiza
tion for that purpose which h-is been for.med
by the bondholders.
Copies of the plan are on file at the
ofices of tile South Carolina Loan and
Trust Company- and the National Bank of
Newberry, where the holders may sign the
agre emnitt and deposit their Bonds prior to
June 20th, 1880.
R. L. 'dcCAUGLHRLN,
JNO. A. BARKSDALE,
SAI'L LORD, JR.,
May 19, 21-ti. Committee.
DE. J. W. SIMPSON. J. WISTAR SIMPSON.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
Spartaniburg Counlty, So. Ca.
OPEN TO VISITORS ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
Accessible from Union C. H., on the
Sartanburg & Union R. R., sixteen miles
South-east of the Springs, and from Spar
taubuirg G. H., twelve imies North. There
re trood Livery Stables at each of these
RATES OF BOARD, cOTTAGE P.ENT, &'C.
For Single Meals. ...............$ 7
For a Day..... .................2 041
For a Week per Day..............-1 5