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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEYENTS.
Silas Johnstone-Petition, &C.
Henry H. Blease-Blease Hotel.
M. L. Kinard-Closing Out at Cost.
Jno. B. Carwile-Semi-Annual Dividend.
.James Conner-Persons Having Claims,&c
The Celverwell Medical Co.--Manhood
How Lost, How Restored.
Miss Mary Cald well (lied Sunday al
Mrs. Harp's, in town.
Mr. N. B. Davenport lost a child lasi
Jack Sims, colored, near Whitmires,
we are told sowed about 12 bushels of
wheat and made 11-5. One of our
--thrishers" says this is the best yield he
h:s had reported to him. Good for
Bradfield's Female Regulator fur sale
at Pelham's Drug Store. 28-2t.
Cood Templars Picnic.
Kosciusko Lodge, I. 0. G. T., and
Trinity Lodge will have a picnic at
Lindsay's Bridge, on Bush River, to
day (Wednesday.) The public is invi
ted. and ladies are requested to bring
baskets. Addresses will be made by
Rev. J. W. Kelly, James Packer, Esq.,
Closing Out at Cost.
The balance of our Spring and Sum
mner Stocks of Clothing and Hats will
be closed out at cost.
M. L. KINARD,
It Columbia, S. C.
The County Convention
Will meet in the Court House Thurs
day, 8th. The business of the Conven
tion will be, (1) to consider the regula
tions for the Primary Election, to be
presented by the Executive Committee,
(2) to elect delegates to the Judicial
Convention, which meets in Spartan
burg the 13th, and, (3) to elect dele
gates to the Congressional Convention
-time and place not yet fixed.
A good, gentle MILK Cow for sale.
Apply to M. M. Buford, Liberty Hall.
The Teachers' Institute
OfNewberryCounty miet in the Court
House Satsrday, 3d inst. Tnere was ai
prietty fair attendance. The two sub
jects, "School Rewards and Punish
ments," and 4 Moral Instruction in
Schools," elicited a spirited and in
structive debate. The following ofi
eers were elected: President, Prof. A.
P. P'ifer; Secretary and Treasurer, G.
S. Mower, Esq., Executive Comitee,
P~rof. G. B. Cromer, Prof. G. W. Hol
sland, Prof. R. H. Clarkson, and Misses
Cofield and Cannon.
The latest thing out in the way of
,dspensed through Pelham's New Bod.e
Water Apparatuis, for 5c. per glass !
PopIlatioun of the County Under the Newi
We have succeeded in getting the
new weess o te popullationl in all the
Townships of Newherry County, excepi
NIos. 2 and .5. The following table
shows the census as taken in ;L870 and
Townships. 3$0. .$M
.o. 1,,............... 42,0......
%o2.........,..--.-. -- ,3... ..... .279)
... ... ......,...,........',3....2,0
..1.... ,,.............. ---,2........2.2 ss)
301....... ................ 2,6........a,1. 2,1
'The population of the Town of New
berry is 2,347; the decrease of 445 fron
1870 can be neeounted for only on thi
ground that the census of 1870 was in
.correct and too large-the populatior
bag xiot decreased that much, if at all.
p- Sai, W/in and Hail Storm.
The long drought of five weeks wa
~partly broken Tuee,day, W9tb nlt. Th<1
bramn was partial, falling only in seg
itions. In town it ran a little; in the
direction of Helena and some distanc<
beyond thr was a good rain; als(
abo3t Silver Stre.et, INIshl Wyer, Chap
pell's end Prosperity. Qn Mr. f. IV
Barre's place there was a very sever<
hailstorm; somie of the hailstones wer
as large as guinea eggs, and th.ey coy
red hZroundI. His corn was badl;
injured, and a forty acre field of cottoi
was almost ruined, an average of tw<
or three limibs being broken from eac]
stalk. At Mr, Thoijs .M. Lake's thi
wind blew furiously;; .tees vee blowl
down ad large limbs sapped off. J
large barn, with stables attached, wa
blown down, and a Ane ba~y wee wa
kiiled. A four year old colt was s<
badly hurt that he will probably die
Both the hail and the wind storm wer
confined to small areas.
Of the colored people from Newber
ry to Greenville Saturday, was ver;
largely patronized-nearly 1,000 ne
groes went up, every station furnishin;
a quota. Liquor was freely drunk a
Greenville, and when the party starte
back a large proportion of the crowa
swere drunk. Their behavior wa
imost outrageous. Fighting, cutting
.shooting, cursing and drinking, turne
the crowd into a howling, lawless, des
perate mob. Shortly after leavin;
Greenville a negro was badly cut up
another was thrown off the cars whil
going at full speed; pistols were poj
ning on every side, and ei'erythmn
The Primary System and the Conven
tion Plan of making nominations are
being urged by the advocates of each
with equal fervency, and the "dear con
stituents" will doubtless find it ditlicult
to decide which mode will best promote
the public welfare; but when the peo
ple wish to cool oft from the summer's
heat. "according to the statoots", they
repair to Pelham's new and hand?omo
Soda Fountain and quaff the delicious
beverage produced therefrom. it.
A neat and handsome table service is
the first consideration in a well'ordered
family, and the good housewife is al
ways pleased when she can make a nice
display of handsome ware. There is
no reason at all why this should not be
so, for the facilities afforded by Messrs.
Kingsland & Heath, of Columbia. to
gether with their low prices, are such
as enable any one to supply their wants.
Their establishment is tilled with an
elegant stock of house-furnishing goods
in china, glass and all other kinds of
A new lot of Buggies i .ist received.
Call on COPPOCK or MARTIN.
June 15, 1880. 25-4t.
Buy your Confectioneries of all kinds
from A. C. Jones. 19-tf.
Milk Cow for Sale.
That fine milk cow belonging to J. II.
James is for sale. Apply at Martin &
Mower's tanyard. 27-.
27-tf A. C. JONES'.
If you have a cough or cold, or dis
ease of the throat and lungs, use Cous
sens' Honey of Tar, the best and purest
compound ever offered the public.
There are a few worthless imitations
of this valuable remedy,- but it has no
rival as a ready relief for diseases gf
the Throat and lungs, bad colds, and
severe coughs of long standing. Use
Coussens' Honey of Tar and get rid of
your cough or hoarseness and difficulty
of breathing. Price 50 ets. White's
Cream White Vermifuge is the best
worm killer. For sale by Dr. W. E.
Buchu Has Long
Been used ~oy the Hottentots in a va
riety of diseases. From these rude
practitioners the remedy was borrowed
by the resident English and Dutch
physicians, by whose recommendation
it was employed in Europe, and has
since come into general use. Com
bined with Juniper and other desirable
ingredients,. as in the preparation of
R.akin's Compound Fluid Extract of
Buchu and Juniper, it proves a most reli
able remedy for Nonretention or Incon
tinence of Urine, Irritation, Inflamma
tion or Ulceration of the Bladder and
Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Gravel
or Brick DuTst Deposit, Milky Dis
charges And all diseases of Bladder or
Kidneys and Dropsical Swelling in
nm'n, woman or child.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
Lamar. Atlanta, Ga., and sold by Dr.
S. F. Fant. e-o-w
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobac
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Uncle John, said a bright li,ttie girl
of eight summers, to a gentleman
whose hair was just showi!.g tints of
silver, -Why can't you walk as fast as
I ?' 'My dear,' 'I once chased the
butterfly with -a light elastic step like
yours. but I am too old for such sports
now, am besides a 1'tini of Rheuma
tism, and mDust thek are st.op at the
nearest drng store for a bottle of Cous
sens' Lightning Linitpent, which will
ure Rheumatistm, Leme I}ak, Sprains,
Bruises, etc. Pric~e 50) ets. White's
Cream White Vermifage is the best
worm killer. For sale by Dr. W. E.
T HoMP5S, Dentist, opposite Herald office
Liens for Sale.
SBlank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Bford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
3 Wkarid 3145s AND PILLs.
Adapted to chronic~diarrhas'a, consti pa
-tion, 'and scrofula.-Hy. Lathami, M.' 1).,
Pres't Virginia Medical Society.
Sucessfully used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrea ag4 Sprofula.-Proi. S. Jack-son,
Efficient in antama; excelnent appeLi,,er
and blood purifier.-H!. Fisher, _M. D., Gzt:
Valuable in nervous prostration, indiges.
tion gr.d chlorosis.-Gi. E. Mathews, M. D.,
N. ine tonic and abra@ yere valuable
in diseases peculiarto fdine, egauo,4 '
Lver and ague, bronchitis and dise:ses'of 16e
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. D.,
Very bendicial in strengthening and im
p roving a reued e y.tem.-Rtev. Jno. W.
SBeckwith, Bishop of (a
Invaluable as a nervous tonic.-son. & L
ReCOmmended as a phryphalactic in Ma
laai distriza.-D. R. Fairex, M. D., N. 0.
Restores debilita4;d oystems to health.
T. C. Mercer. M4. D., Ind.
Used with great benefit in Malariai Ecver
and piphtheria.-S. F. Dupon, M. D.. Gd.~
Of great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Rumn
-bold, M4. D,.. &.p.uis.
Beneficial in uternne derangements and
Best remedy crer used in diseasps Qf .the
Sthroat.--. A. Sig'ed, M4, D., N. C.
Tonic.'alterative, diuretic; one of natures
tgreatest remnedies.-Medica8l Association of
Adapted in certain affections of the kid
3neys and bladder; dyspepsia, lupus. chlor.
,sis, scrofulonis and cutaneous atfections.
5Prof. J. ,J. Moormnan, M4. D., \ a
Relieves headache,* promptly-both sick
and nervo2s.-dRev. E. C. Dodson, Va.
Sample supply s3r t fre,e to any physician
desiring to test. Pamphlets sent ires. An
alysis w"ith each package. Water as it comes
from the Springs $4 per case of t6 gallons in
-lgass-$s.50 for 5 gallons. $t for 10 gallons,
$7 for s0 gallons in casks. Mass 50 cents
and $1; $2.50 and $5 for half doz. Pills,
epure sugar coated, 25c., 50c. and $1 package;
$1.25. $2.50, and $5 for half doz. Sent post
~-pi nwee hsMs n il o
pains inywreced sa allth cuaives cow
er ftewtr n scnein,plt
tains in reduced space all the curative pow
A Grand Tribute to the
Newberry County has honored her
self by honoring the memory of the
brave men who gave their lives in de
fending their country. Their fame is
written in history-they have erected
for themselves, by their own bravery
and gallantry, and by the sacrifice of
their lives. a monument more durable
than brass or marble. Their deeds
cannot be forgotten, as long as man
kind shall appreciate and honor patriot
ism and valor. It is fitting that the
living should testify their appreciation
of these noble qualities, and that the
names of those who died fighting for
Freedom and Right should be handed
down to succeeding generations. Such
sentiments as these animated and inci
ted the hearts of a band of noble men
and women when they met together at
Pomaria the 9th day of August, 1872,
"to devise means for raising funds to
erect a Monument to the Confederate
Dead of Newberry County." The mat
ter had been talked of previously, but
this was the first practical step taken.
At this meeting Col. Thos. W. Hollo
way was Chairman, Dr. J. K. Chap
man Secretary and Jno. L. Derrick
Treasurer. The following Committee
on Donations was appointed: Col. D.
A. Dickert, and Misses Mamie Wicker,
Alice Chapman, Ella Folk and Emma
Lake. The following Committee was
appointed $"to memorialize the citizens
of Newberry County, through the New
berry HERALD, asking co-operation in
erecting a Monument to Newberry
County's Confederate dead": Col. D.
A. Dickert, and Misses Emma Lake,
Lizzie Cromer, Fannie E. Riser and El
liot Busby. All this time, publicly
through the HERALD. under the nom de
plume of "X. Y. Z"., and priv:.tely, by
every me4ns in his power, Col. Dickert
was urging this matter and working up
the public mind to a proper apprecia
tion of the undertaking.
The "Newberry District Survivors'
Association" was orgrinized Oct. 2. 1871,
under a call previously issued and sign
ed by T. J. Lipscomb, J. K. G. Nance,
J. F. J. Cald well, T. S. Moorman, Jno.
W. Watts, D. A. Dickert, J. W. Gary
and.Y. J. Pope. At that meeting the
following officers were elected: Y. J.
Pope, President; T. J. Lipscomb, D.
A. Dickert, Frank Moon and Jas. Di.
Epps, Vice-Presidents; S. T. McCaugh
rin, Secretary; J. J. Gallman, Treasu
The "Newberry District Monumental
Association" was organized Oct. 7,
1872, with the following permanent of
ficers: Y. J. Pope, President; J. M.
Johnstone, Secretary; R. H Wright,
Treasurer-from this tin;e forth these
officers were the officers of both Asso
ciations, and though there was never
any formal merger of the two they
were considered and acted as one. At
the meeting Oct. 7, 1872, the following
ladies were appointed-three from each
Township-to solicit contributions:
Town of Newherry-Mrs. Sallie Ru
therford, Miss Adeline R. Johnstone,
Mrs. Fannie J. McIntosh. Stoney Bat
tery-Mrs. H. C. Mosely, Mrs. L. B.
Maffett. Mrs. H. S. Wingard. Can
non's-Mrs. A. J. Bedenbaugh, Miss
Mollie Reid, Mrs. Perry Halfaere. Hel
lr's-Miss Emma Lake, Miss Rhett
Heller, Miss Fannie Riser. Caldwell's
-Mr&. R. V.'Gist, Mrs. Albert Gibson,
Miss Nora Turnipseed. Maybinton
Mrs. Jno. T. Bynum, Mrs. P. W.
Chick, Mrs. W. D?. Hardy. promer's
-Mrs. Jas. Blackburn, Miss Laura
Calmes, Miss Sallie Sims. Reeder's
Miss Elizabeth Gary, Mrs. Thompson
Conner, Miss Kate Clark. Floyd's
Mrs. Dennis Lam'k, Miss Josephine Pe
terson, Miss Fannie Goggans. Moon's
Mrs. ;J. N. Lipsomb, Miss Alice
Teague, Mr's. Dr. J. W. Tribble. Men
denhall's-Miss Adela Long, Mrs. Ches
ley W. Herbert, Mrs. Jas. Larkin. At
a meeting of the Monumental Associa
tion May 5, 1873, the following ladies
were added to the Committee - Mrs. R.
H. Wright, Miis He~nrietta Langford,
Mrs. J. N. Martin, Miss Mattie Boyd,
Miss Fannie Boulware, Miss Fannie
Goggans, Miiss nosa Mag~'ett, Mrs. Susan
McLees, Mrs. Jno. R. Sondley, Miss
Lou Piester, Mrs. Amelia Burton, Mrs.
4licp G-ary1 Miss Elizabeth Satterwhite,
Mrs. Jno. Watkins, Miss Corrie Boag
man, Miss Mattie Whitmire, Miss Sal
lie Ray, Miss Mary Scott, Miss Lilla
Kennerys Miss Mary Saber.
On the 6d day of necem~ber, .p2,
the following contributions were tiirdd
over to the Treasurer: $117 from the
citizens in the vnty of Pomnaria, and
$183 from the citizens of' Newberry
Township. Through various change.
and under gymy difficulties, by the aid
1of festivals gQtteg~ up 'py th lais and
by contributions, the necessary amount
-1,200-was raised and the Monu
ment was erected by Messrs. Leavell &
Speers, of Ne w'erry. We gave a min
ute description of the Monument seve
ral months ago andi shall not do sc
again; and besides, every man, womapi
and child in the County who feels any
interest in the matter has seen or will
see it for himself. Suffice it to say thai
it is a beautiful piece of work, and
mas a fine appearane. The numbei
tion of about 1,200 men 4-1 from New
berry County died in their country's
Wednesday, the 30th of June, was a
proud day for Newberry. Early in the
day the people began to gather from
every section of the surrounding coun
try, and by 10 o'clock the streets and
the Public Square were crowded. The
10 o'clock train from Laurens and a
special train from Columbia at 10.30
brought a large addition of ladies and
gentlemen, swelling the crowd to about
5,000. On the Columbia train were
two military comipanies, the Columbia
Flying Artillery and the Richland Light
Dragoons. These were met at the de
pot by the Newbcrry Rifles, under com
mand of Capt. O. L. Schumpert. The
Artillery fired a salute and the proces
sion moved through various streets to
the Court Ilouse Square in the following
1. Col. Wm. Lester, currying the
Battle Flag of the 3d Regiment, and es
corted by A. J. Kilgore, Thos. J. Maf
fett, Dr. Thos. C. Brown, M. M. Bu
ford and F. M. Schumpert, Marshals of
2. Carriage containing the four
young ladies selected to unveil the Mon
ument: Miss Alice Kinard, daughter of
Capt. Jno. M. Kinard, of the 20th Regt.,
killed at the Battle of Strasburg, Oct.
13, 1864; Miss Jennie Simkins, daugh
ter of Lt.-Col. Jno. C. Simkins, of the
1st S. C. Regulais, killed at Battery
Wagener, July 18, 1863; Miss Katie
Rutherford, daughter of Lt.-Col. W. D.
Rutherford, killed at theBattle of Stras
burg, Oct. 13, 1864, and Miss Ida Maf
fett, daughter of Lt.-Col. R. C. Maffett,
who died in prison the day of John
3. Carriage containing Gen. Jno. D.
Kennedy, the Orator of the Day, J. F.
J. Cald well, Esq., and Gen. Y. J. Pope.
4. The Newberry Silver Cornet Band.
5. Cplgmbia Flying Artillery, com
manded by Capt. J. Quitnan Marshall.
6. Newberry Rifles, commanded by
Capt. O. L. Schumpert.
7. Detachment of Richland 'Light
Dragoons, commanded by Capt. A. C.
Gen. Y. J. Pope acted as Master of
Ceremonies. Prayer was offered by
Rev. G. W. Holland, President of New
berry College. J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq.,
of the Newberry Bar, a veteran of the
gallant old 1st S. C. Regiment, read an
original poem, which is published in
this issue. Gen. Jno. D. Kenne
dy, the last commander of "Kershaw's
Brigade", delivered a splendid oration
to the vast audience.' The oration is
considered by his friends as one of the
finest efforts of his life. It was listened
to with marked attention, and elicited
frequent and warm applause,
After the oration the four young la
dies above namied took their places at
the Monument. At a signal from one
of the guns of the Artillery they drew
away the veil. As the veil fell away
revealing the beautiful wvhite monument
a succession of cheers went up from the
vast crowd, the two guns of the Flying
Artillery near by pealed forth and the
greatest enthusiasm prevailed.
The iBenediction, pronounced by Rev.
R. A. Fair, of Newberry, closed the
ceremonies of the day.
NAMEs ON THE MONUMENT.
COLONELS-James D) Nance, W D Ruxther -
LIEUTENANT-COLONELs-J C Sinmkins, J 31
Maffett, R C Maffett.
SURGEON-D E Ewart.
C.PrAINs-S N Davidson, W P Cromer,
J C McLemore, J Warner, T H Lyles, J C
Summer, J M1 Kinard, W. L. Litzsey.
LIEUTBNANTS-P) S Mafrett, J S niester, W
P Hunter, M P Buzhardt,'C S ''Davenpbrt, P
B L4angford, R H Haltiwanger, J 5 Chapline,
W M1 Hatton, iB J Kinard, T F Hunter, N L
Fuller, Wmn McNinch, J S Bowers, D M1 Litz
ADJUTANT-W D Go ans.
SERGEANT-J W Caidwell, J R Ca.mpbell,
A J McCollum, G M1 Singley, J A Bowers,
W S Harmon, T H Lake, B S Buzhardt, J R
C Reeder, J A Copeland, J A Clark, A [H
Young, C S Taylor, H W PJdlebuber, J MI
Plumer, 4 J Ruf.
CORPORALS-#U Sheel ', H B Reid. D W
Ramage, T J Harris, J L Harris, R-A Leavedl,
L P Glymnph, M1 Suber, WV F And'eison, T 31
Davis, R Workman, J C Gary, S J Bowers, J
D Sheely, H Reid, F H Taylor, T A Maffett,
P Moore, H M1 Paysinger.
PRI7vATEs-J N Abrams, R A Abrams, D
Adams, J Albritton, L Anderson, - Atkins,
W C Aull, E D Bht'dentie, H C gernia4rdt,
W A Badenbeugh, T IBerry, WV Ashop, J p
Bishop. B A Boozer, N boozer, J Boozer, S
?Boozer, J W Boozer, D) C Boozer, E P Boo
zer. F S Boozer, D W Boozer, H Boozer, J
L Bobb, J W B Bobb. J B Bobb, J B Boland,
J Bowers A K Boyce, J A Boyd, J RY
Brown, W G S Brock, R L Bradley, H J
Brooks, WV A Bernham, WV L Buzhardt,
W J Buzhardt. J J Busby, W C Butler,
E A Butler, Hib Cannon, I P Cannon, G
D Cgnnon~, J S Paldw9U, J 3t C4ldwel, W iR
Chapman, 15 F Chapmian,-J K' Chapman,- H
Z Chapman. W Chapman, J 2 (.ualmners, D
B Chambers, NI A Chambers, b G Chambers,
J C Chapline, E G Clark, W A Clark, C C
Clamp, G Clamp, J R Clamp, J3P Cleland, D
Cleland, A B Collins, E Cox, WV P Counts, J
A Counts, P W Counts, P B Cook, P C Cook,
S J Cook, A S Conwell, H Coate, J Cole, J
Cromer, J D Cromer, G4 H Cromer, L T
Crooks, S Cront, T Craddock, J W Cannady,
I T Cureton, D P Davis, J L Dlavis, J C Da
vis, EB W Davenport, -M -Davenporti, H Da
venport, J Daveniport, W C Davenprt, J'M1
Davenport, D Dendy, J W Dennis, J'O Den
nis, 3 Dennis, G C Derrick, J Dickert, WV
Dickert, M1 V Dalton, A B C Dominick, G A
Dominick, J WV Dorroh, W P Dorroh, W B
Duckett, I Duckett, A 0 Eargle, W P EIlis.
sor, H F Enlow, H M1 Epting, R P Fair, G A
Fair, G Feagle, C C Felder, D A Felder, J P
Fellers, WV L Fellers, J Fellers, N H Folk, H
S Fol)k. W R Franklin, E Frost, C H Cash
wy~ ~ H e Galmtan, D) F Galman, Jesse
pie, JWGlasgow. W E Glenn, J Glenn, F J
Glymph,- D M1 Gordon, W S Golding, J W
Golding, W Golding, WV T Goggans, W B
Griffin, G4 Griffin, J C Griffth, HI Griffith, S P
Hawkins, H C H Hartmnan, S Hartmnan, J M1
Hardy, b Harp, F D Hatton, J 1 Hatton, W
Hatton, J R Hatton, J E Hendrix, T W Hen.
derson, A Hipp, E Hipp, G. Hipp,W W Hipp,
S B Higgins, W JHunter, W P Hunter, J P
Hntey, W Hgs4ey, g4 '. Johnson, J M John
son, J A Jo Di0g,-T A JoIrnsom; a UJon49on,
Johnson, H Jones, J J Kelly, W H Keng, . d
Kelly, J M 'Kelly, J H Kelly, J Kelly, L E
Kempson, W J Kinard, L C nard, M1 JKi
nard, J M1 King, W H King. (4 M Koon, D A
Kion,A H soon, W W Koon, JB Lake, Wmi
Lake, IV F take, WJI Lake, J b Lake. G
Lake, E M1 Lake, WV A Lake,' W R Lane, J W
Lark, S Langf'ord, Alfred Lester, Wmn Lee,
G Living ton, J W Livingston, H Living
ston, 3 C Livington, Sam'l Livingston, M1
Livingston, Martin LivingstOn, J R Living
ston, Jas Lindsay. WV K Lindsay, J M1 Long,
Adam Long, Henry Long, J Long, Jones
Love, Wm Low ', A 3 Longshiore, J E Lyles,
Erskine Lyes P Marshad, J 1Mayes, 14
D 3lalett, T A Maget2t J L Mf4~t, J'A Na"
tin' Joab Miathis,"B iR M is5, RKY WMe
Cracken, J K McCracken, 3 H McCullough,
- McCain, D P McClung, Robt McClung,. W
P McCluno, Sain'l McCoy, Juio McMorries,
W J McMillen, J H Middletoni, H A Milligan,
Joe T Miller, 3 D Morris, C H Morris, K B
Moore, F R Moore, F Monts, WV W Monts, D)
BMontgromery. Thos Motes, J L Motes, T D
kard, W if Rikaril, Wiley Iltikard. Be
lichards. W L Ridlehuber, W W F Ridle
her, A P Rineheart, .J V Rtobuck, G S Ro
A S Itopl), G I Ropp, B F Ruff, W W Rutt,
F Russell, G V Rankin, J F Satterwhite,
Sawyer. B I G Schumpert, J L Schumpi
K M Senn. J P Senn, Geo Senn, Ja.
Sharp. Frank Sheely, J 31 She;ely, W I SI
ly, Ephraim Sheely, L MIelv.n Sheely,
Siguion, M S Singley, James Singley. ]
Singley, David Sims, J P Sims. Davis Sii
1) B Sligh, .J N Sligl:., T IV Sligh, 1) P Sli
Monroe Sligh, J E 1' Sloan, Albert Smitl
E Siith, C Snelgrove, Jesse Sparks, J J
Spearman, Jesse Speer, R S Speers, Sa:
Spence, Lewis Spilers, W F Spruel.
Spruel, J B C Stockman, J C Stockman,
Stocknan, Wm Stockman, G P Sterli
Thos Sterling, Spencer Stewart. .J P Stewt
RI ) Suber, Miiler Suber, G A Suber, Andr
Suber. Enoch Suber, Robt Sultoi, J J St
mers, B F Summers, F M Summer, 3 B Su
ner, ) Taylor, Pressly Thompson, W
Thompson, T J Thonmpson, Jno Thon
Gritlin Thomas, C Thrift, A Tribh'e.C C T
ner, Thos Turner. M A Voght. l'itts W:ldr
1) Waits. W U Wert-, 11 Ml Werts, W We:
A S Werts,J D Wedeuian, E H Wedeman
J Whitman, Thos Whitmire, Sr., J B W1
mire, M E Wheeler, J E Wilson, J Gilli
Wilson, J S Wilson, Thos Wilson, Geo '
son, Henry Wilson, J W Wilson, T B Si
son, C Wilson, H W Williugham, L,
Wise. J H Wise, J A Wise, J C Wise, D A
Wicker, J T Workman. J N Wright.
County Sunday School Convention.
This body met in the Lutheran Church
Newberry the 1st inst. The following do
gates answered to their names; Luther Ch;
el--W. H. Dickert, J. B. Wingard, D.
Wheeler. Aveleigh-G. G. Sale, Jno.
Peoples. Newberry Baptist-Jno. R. Le,
ell, Sr., R. Y. Leavell, Simeon Pratt. Thon
son Street-Geo. S. Mower. King Creel
A. J. Gibson, J. C. S. Brown. Newbe:
Methodist-Thos. F. Greneker. Mt. Bet:
-G. B. Boozer, S. E. Kennerly. St. Pat
-Jacob Epting. Smyrna-Rev. T. C. Lig<
Ii. D. Boozer, S. Mann. Colony-F. L. P:
singer, T. D. Buzhardt, D. P. Griffin. Lei
non-W. D. Cromer, E. S. Franklin, H.
Knight. Maybinton-W. B. Oxner. Grf
-H. S. Boozer. Trinity-Not represent
St. Luke's-J. 0. Moore, W. E. Lake. He
Springs-E. P. Chalmeri, T. B. Chalme
Bush River-Rev. M. E. Broadus. J. S. Ga
Mt. Pleasant-F. D. Graham. Flint Hil
R. P. Cromer. New Hope-T. V. Wick
Zion-Mrs. Nannie Cromer, E. P. Crom
Benj. Willis. Ebenezer-Jacob Sligh, M
Ellen Kilgore, J. F. Kilgore. New Chape
F. M. Schnmpert, W. I. Herbert. St. Luk
Episcopal-R. H. Clarkson. Mt. Zion-Ri
W. B. Elkins. Cross Roads-W. A. Sande
S. McG. Simkins. Beth Eden-Rev. J.
Shirey, H. H. Folk. Tabernacle-G. M. C
ner. Prosperity-Rev. J. C. Boyd. The f
lowing Ministers were enrolled, on motii
as delegates: Revs. G. W. Holland, J.
Kelly, R. A. Fair, E. P. McClintock, J.
Porter, J. B. Campbell, Luther Broadd
A constitution was proposed and adopti
The following officers were elected: PrE
dent, Rev. L. Broaddus; Vice-Presiden
Rev. G. W. Holland and R. A. Fair; Sec
tary, Geo. S. Mower; Treasurer, ). B. Whe
er; Executive Committee, Thos. F. Grenek
J. C. Wilson, A. C. Jones, R. Y. Leavell,
B. Wingard. Reports fron the differe
Sunday Schools were received-Luther Chi
el reported 13 teachers-5 males, 8 femalei
and 80 scholars; Aveleigh reported 8 tea
ers, 40 scholars; Newberry Baptist, 8 tea<
ers, 50 scholars; Thompson Street, 5 tea<
ers, 54 scholars; King's Creek, 4 teachers,
scholars; Newberry Methodist, 11 teache
80 scholars; St. Paul's, 7 teachers, 62 sch
ars; Bethel, 4 teachers, 20 scholars; Smyr:
5 teachers, 45 scholars; Colony, 5 teache
50 scholars; Lebanon, 7 teachers, 50 sch
ars; Maybinton, 4 teachers, 42 scholars;
Luke's, ID teachers, 83 scholars; He
Springs, 3 teachers, 16 scholars; Bush Riv
4 teachers, 100 scholars; Mt. Pleasant
teachers, 20 scholars; Flint Hill, 5 teache
50 scholars; New Hope, 45 scholars; Zi<
3 teachers, SO scholars; Ebenezer, 5 teache
36 scholars; St. Luke's Episcopal, 2 teache
10 scholars; Mt. Zion, 6 teachers, 40 sch
ars-also school at "Burton's school hous
with 6 teachers and 40'scholars; Cross Roal
7 teachers', 54 scholars; Beth Eden, 6 tea<
ers, 43 scholars; Prosperity, 25 or 30 sch
ars ia'Bible Class' and 2 or 3 classes in ca
chisms; Grace, 11 teachers, 115 schola
Tabernacle, no report; New Chapel, in a 1:
guishing condition; Pleasant Grove, 5 teal
ers, 50 scholars. The Duty of the Church
the Sunday Sco[ was discussed by Re
M. E.'Broadu's, faixr aq1d Campbell. Eeve
other suiects of interestwidscse
the delegates. t~ dsure
"Everybody in the Sandar School,i
true idea," was discnssed by Revs. Fair,
E. Broaddus, Holland and Elkins. "mI
national Lessons," was discussed by R,
Campbell against, and Revs. Elkins r
Boyd and M r. Brown, for; Mr. Wicker a
Revs. Fair and L. Broaddus made scme
marks on the subject, not tak ing sides for
against. "How shall we get better tea,
crs ?" was discussed by Revs. Elkins, Bo
Kelly, I,igon, Eollang, and Mr, R. T. Le
elI. "Bringing'thie C...'ren to Christ," i
discusged by Revs. T.. Broaddus and E
rey, and Prof. C!.ason. The discussi<
were entertaining and profitable. and we
gret not having space to give a more
tended notice. On motion of Revs. Ke
and Elkins, the President and Execut
Committee were aut.horized to delegate ni
sengers to the Laurens County S. S. C<
yen tion. The next meeting of the Cony.
tion was Axed for Thursday before the
Sunday in July, 14i. Moved ap~d carri
that the President aid Exeictive Comm it
appoint one or two delegates at their leis1
to attend~ the State S. S. Convention whi
meets in Spartanburg.. A resolution
thanks was voted to the Newberry News
advertising, and to the Newberry HERA
for advertising and for programmes.
Mr. and Mrs. Norris, of Orangebu:
are in town on a visit.
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin has gone
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Dr. J. K. Gilder has mQyed into
new house on Boundary gtreet.
Miss . C. Allan and. Miss Magi
Ferguson, of Columbia, were amc
the fair visitors last week.
Mr. Jno. W. Payne, of Augr.sta, is
on a visit to relatives and friends~
Miss Lizzie Chapman, a teacher
St. Mathews High School, Orangebt
County,1is home for vacation.
Mr. Mordecai Foot left here on M
day last for the recupergtiye inguier
of Gilenn Sprin~gs, an<d after a few wet
sojourn the'res he will go to the moi
Miss Mamie Cline returnedj Thiurs?
from Cedar Springs for vacation.
correspondent of the Columbia Regist
writing of the Commencement Ex
cises the 30th ult., speaks very hig]
of her per omncbn thie piaiio.
Among the visitors from Laurens
Unveiling Day we noticed Capt. Ji
W. Watts, one of the original movi
in organizing the Newbei'y jurvivc
Association in 1871' Col. 4~ C. Vai
o'f the Laurensville Herald, WV.
Watts, a handsorpe but shy bachel
Dr. 'arid Mrs. W. E. $lack~, Col. lBen.
Ounningh m, Senitor ~g. P. Totid,i
last commander of the gallant 3d, C
Stobo D. Garlipgton and others,
Among the many friends from C
umbia who graced our sanctum
-unveiling day" we pleasantly recall1
Col. Wum. Wallace, looking rema
gresy thell n acniat o
DrC.E akon l ord
gress ath odesfil,ehdthni
Dr. his counteaceson, adord
mn anlodle fi esed t i
of his countenance on us, and
u.. n.,,,;.1 ri;n. ,anraeanwin
and front of excellence in Kinard'
pi large clothing establishment did no
Jas forget us either.
nes Mr. J. A. Moroso, correspondent o:
" the News and Courier, also looked in
His mustache was the first thing WE
Mr. Herbert Beard, of the Rcgister,
J s was on hand, busy working up the un
Irt, And several others.
DI- I)istinguished visitors shaken hands
HI with on the street were Mr. Asher Pal
irmer. the King of Tin and Stoves; Col.
'P T. J. Lipscoimb, who is ahead of all
, hotel keepers, in that he can keep his
n guests whether they will or not; Drs.
'i W. C. McGregor and L. J. Wood,
E mixers of pills whose virtues excel
Harp's silent perambulators; Mr. W. B.
McDaniel, a first class Job Printer;
in Capt. J. Q. Marshall with his whiskers;
;1e- A. M. Boozer, Clerk of the Supreme
g Court; and old friend Pat. Cantwell
0. who might more appropriately be
I named Can-well, and, well we can't
tell how many more.
l's Various and all About.
)a- Slight rain Tuesday night.
Lce Pressed for room-the HERALD.
ad Candidates are waking up.
rs. Fruit scarce, none offering.
Unveiling Day was the biggest thing
er, of the season.
Let us "unveil" again, if not a mon
e's ument, something else.
rs, Trial Justice Carlisle has moved his
office over Mr. J. J. Lane's new store
Dl- in the new Mower block.
V' Mr. Chalmers says that so long as he
S. is Clerk the Court House shall not again
d. be used at night, except for County pur
re- Matt. Gray, colored town tippler,
, does not favor the Cincinnati Conven
J. tion-he thinks F. Hancock whQ paints
so beautifully is the man.
Any one keeping a horse will find
,h- it to their advantage to buy a bottle of
*h 'Kendall's Spavin Cure.' Read Adver
Mr. J. W. Smith was kicked in the
rs, face Friday night by one of his mules.
St. He received an ugly gash in the chin,
ad and one tooth was knocked out.
3 A Michigan woman cured a setting
s,hen'by placing a red-hot glass egg .in
rs, the nest. Hens know when not to set
rgas weli as the man who gets up off a
~h Wednesday was -a pretty good day
al- for the HERALD office-new subscribers
~;and old flocked in. Tbis is right
tf~don't forget the living while doing hon.
to or to the dead.
~jWhy is 'Kendall's Spavin Cure' so
by popular all over the world? Because it
is just what it is advertised to be, and
heno man can afford to go without it.
M.See the Ad'vt.
SWhen the first gun fired after the un
ud veiling-, a man and his wife who were
re standing on a chair fondly supporting
oreach other, fell to the ground. The
~d, worst scaired poggle wp eveir saw.
al .!r. Frank Calmes has a last year's
lii- cotton stalk in one of his cotton fields,
~'which is blooming and bearing, and is
~x- larger than the other stalks. It has
!"been cultivated along' with the rest.
S Our visitors all expressed themselves
a: highly pleased with the busiDess lgog 0:
1t Newberry, 'They did not expect tc
ce see such fine stores and elegant hotels,
nand our clever people captivated them.
of Three-fourths of all the Baptist
*o Churches in the country are in the
South. The membership of this denom.
ination in the Soutlaern States is 1,500,
000), of whom 900,000 are colored.
to The following sums subscribed by
citizens of Newberry in aid of the Irish
bi famine fund, to be applied where miost
needed, have been sent by Mr. E. A.
.Scott to the Charleston News and CJou
'rier, vis: Mrs. Hannah Henderson $10,
ngL. M. Speers $1, A. J. McCaughrin $5,
in Thos. Cook $1, M. Foot & Son $5, Rev.
in T. C. Ligon 50 cents, E. 4. Scott $5,
I"Joseph Mann 50 cents, Dr. S. F. Fan1
-$2, P. A. Clarke 50 cents, J. Hart Blease
in $1. J. A. Henderson 50 cents, Josept
rg Brown $1, W. E. Pelham 25 cents, S.
L. Bond 25 cents, J. G. Allen 25 cents,
n- Total amount, $33.75.
~ks Eclectic Magazine.
mn- The July number of the Eclectic, be
ginning a new volume, has a particu
aylarly gne stsel engravng for krontis
Spiece. It is entitled "The Frown," anc
illustrates a couplet from GoldsmithL
"Deserted Village." The literary con
tents of the number are of a songIwha
lighter character. thg~ isual, and shoi'
that the editor has made concessions tc
0on the season when the interest of readers
10. in serious topics is langid. The arti
I ishied y 1. T P.elton, 5"Bond street
* ew orkc. Terms, $5~per year; sin
or. gle number, 45 cents; trial subscriptio
for three months, 31.
he 'r he GrantBo .
ol. Kit seems nerfectly easy to gaef
Grant to be electedio th third term
ol' but. one thing we do know that Ken
onl dall's Spavia Cure is the very bes
~he limiment ever discovered for any blem
ish on horses and for rheumatism o:
1p- us ee eed atal 4sasn ofth ya. wIti
t-ised ant frenall'os Sfathe yeart
o defuTO ccss RTadXtES!ve
tisement for Kendall's Spavio Cure
on in another column
nf TOWN T A YES!
Notice is hereby given that the Quarterly
Meeting of thePomona Grange of Newberry
r County is po-tponed from the 2nd Friday in
July until the 4th Thursday and Friday, 22nd
and 23d of July. This meeting will be at the
Grange hall of Cannon's Creek Grange.
The rirst day will be devoted to regular
Grange business, and the second day to the
discussion and consideration of essays and
subjects of general interest, and open to the
public to hear and participate. Any farmer,
whether a member of the Order or not, may,
and is invited to, propose any subject of in
terest to his class for discussion, under the
Rules of the Order and the permission of the
Delegates from the various Subordinate
Granges are assigned as follows: -
Odell's Grange........... Alonz,' '. non
Liberty Hall Grange........Willie li:lf:tere
Maybinton Grange............D. A. Ruff
Belmont Grange..............T. B. Boinest
Wells' Grange..................M. M. Long
Ebenezer Grange.................J. C. Neel
St. Luke's Grange......... .W. G. Metts
Dominick's Grange........... 1. Fellers
High Point Grange........... J. B. Fellers
Pomaria Grange..............S. W. Cannon
Bethel Grange...........Perry lIalfacre
Macedonia Grange...... .....John Couzins
This time has been selected as a leisure
time as to the crops, and that all may attend
without sacrifice, and it is earnestly hoped
that there will be a full attendance of dele
gates, and also of all interested in the wvel
fare of the Order and the country.
The W. Master of the State Grange has
been invited to be present at the meeting
and will attend. J. S. HAIR,
Master Newberry P. G.
JAMES F. KILooag, Secretary.
NEWBERRY, S. C., July 6, 1880.
Ordinary..... .................... 9 a 91
Good Ordinary..................... 9}a 9
Low Middling...................... 93a10
Middling .........................10 a10t
Good Middling .....................10;a101
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MAR'TIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 61 a 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured..... 8
Sides, C. R., New........... a 8J
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 6;
Sides, C. R., New........... a 8.
Sides, Long Clear........ S;
Uncanvassed Hams........ 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 121
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 121
Granulated Standard..... .. 12;a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 10
New Orleaus................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses....... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson................... 1.50
PEPPER.............. ..... 80
Roasted or Parched...30
Good Rio.............. 20a
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White WVine Vinegar 65
SOAP........................... 6a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOi'a, nerb0bl................86.00a 8.03
PEAE~L LiQMINY.................. 5
CANDY ......... ....... 20
CONCENTRATED LYE....... ... 0
ENGLISH SODA. ............... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER S5
AXLE GREASE.................. 10
TOBACCO....................... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg.................. 6.c0
ARROW TIES, per bunch.. ....... 800
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per Lu.........,... 50a
Takes pleasure in informing his triends
and the public, that he has removed to the
elegant and commodious store
UNDER THE NEWBERRY HOTEL,
immediately opposite the old stand, which
has been fitted up in handsome style and
regardless of cost.
New Stock of
DRMS AND MEBIIIN8,
PERFUIEEIE AN IOLE ARTICIR8
Ltest and H.n49est Styles of LAMPS,
and all other goods kel.t in a Drug Store.
An invitation to call and examine is cor
dially extended to all.
June 80), 27-tf.
DR. S. F.FAN T,
Wholesale ad Letail
D RU GGI ST ,
NEWBERRL. 8, CX -
Of.Ters imported and Indigenous Drugs.
Staple and Rare Chemicals.
Foreign and Domestic Medical Prepara
Fine Essential Oils and Select Powdeors.
New Pharmaceutical Reutedies.
Special attentio;; is called to the follow
ing Standard Preparations:
FANT'S Liver Reagulator.
F ANT'S Elixir of 2alisaya with Pyrophos
PATSphate of Il'n.ofBcu
FATSCompound Fiua ExtractofBc.
PANT'S Com~pound Extr.c oQ f Queen's De
l'ght and Sarsar ariila, with Iodide
FANT'S Soothing Syrup.
FANT'S Essence of Jarr iica Ginger.
FANT'S Ague Cure-we.l known to every
one in the Cog.g ihaying been
thorouglgy testen in fever and
Curatine and -Iron Bitters-42e greatI
Sole Agent for Swift's Sy philiig Si c~ific,
the G4reat gliminator of all Impurities o. the
Blood." The cure for Scrofula, RheuL.a
tism, Neuralgia and all Nervous A gection.
Bugkg~e ble Qintaent, a specific for
I also offer the largest assortment of
Lamps, Soaps, Perfumery, Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, and ('oilet Articles, of ey
ery description, at the verx 1ogert yrices.
Call and e:9.n lp,r yoiselves.
F.ry6tons careftuy compounded at all
h of the day and night.
NOr.3, 4 T IC
Pru n o TIC r E . fteHn ao
Pu F~rsuatt bas Jraer of ~the Hon. Jacob
..lerrs, asillde afna srbettem f myw
accounys as wildmakintalr detlemnis on, my
acoft sLast AdmiisatoSir, deceansd nn
ofte-tt of IttilSbr eesd m
IWalehes, Clocks, Jewelry.
--IIE S AN D J E 1 i L i
A.t the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I lv" o.n on hand a large and elegt
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AliD SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDINB AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLESS TARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
BURSUANT TO THE DECREE OF
Foreclosure made in the ease of
James S. Gibbes vs. the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company et al., in the
matter of the Laurens Railroad, by the
on. J. B. Kersh.tw, presiding in the Court
of Common Pleas for Richland County,
April Term, 1880, dated A pril 10th, 1880,
I will sell at public auction in the City of
Columbia, on the FIRST MONDAY of
August next, at 12 o'clock noon,
All and singular the RAILROAD con
structed upon and over the line or route
from a point at or n.'ar the iown of New
berry, in the County of Newberry, 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 Hereditaments acquir. d and appro
priated for the purpose of a right of way
for said Railroad and all the casements and
appurtenances thereto belonging, of in
anywise incident or appertaining, and all
Railways, Ways and Rights of Ways, De
pot-grounds and other Lands, all Tracks,
Bridges, Viaducts, Culverts, Fences and
other structures ; all Depots, Station-houses,
Engine-houses, Car-houses, Freight-houses,
Wood-houses. Warehouses, Machine-shops,
Work-sbops, 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 Equipments, and all Ma
chinery, Tools, Implements, 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 connection therewith, to
gether with all franchises connected with
or related to the said Railroad, or the con
struction, maintenance, or use thereof now
held or acquired by the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company, and all corpo
rate franchises of any nature, including the
francnise to be a corporation, which are
now possessed and exercised by the said
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Comn
pan.y, together with all and singular the
endowments, income and advantages to the
above mentioned lands, railroad or property
belonging, or in any wise appertalning, the
reversion or reversions, remainder and re
mainders, tolls, incomes, rents, issues and
profits thereof; and also all the estate,
right, title, interest, property, passession,
claim and demand whatsoever, as well in
the law as in the equity, present or pros
pective, of the said Greenville and Colum
bia Railroad Company, in and to the same,
every part and parcel thereof, with the ap
purtenances, upon the following terms:
Twenty thousand dollars in cash to be
paid immediately after the close of the
bidding, the balance of the purchase money
to be paid within thirty days after the day
of sale, withi ii:terest from the said day of
sale iand the master may reqire of any
bidder du,ring the progress of said sale to
deposit the sum of twenty thousand dollars
in cash in a bank in the city of Columbia,
to his order. In csse of refusal to pay the
cash or make the deposit, the bid shall be
disregarded and the sale be proceeded with
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
f. making the same, the master shall at
once, and without delay, proceed to resell
the said property on the same terms as
have been hereinbefore set forth, to the
highest bidder, at the risk of the former
urchaser, -who shall be liable for any
oss or deficiency because of such re-sale,
and any and all payments which have been
made by such purchaser shall become for
feited, nor shall the same in any contin.
gency or evenit to arise be recovered baek
or reclaimed by such purchaser. Any
bond or bonds. of the Greenville and Col
umbia Railroad Company secured by the
mortgage executed to James Conner, Isaac.
Hayne and George D. Bryan, Trustees, by
said Company on the 29th day of April,
176, may be made use of in th.e pa.ymet
of such portion or portions of the purchase
money as in the distirion of the pro
eeds of said sale may be applicable tQ
such bonds or bonds or coupon thereof,
and that to this extent the same may be
used in settlement of the purchase of said
property ; bumt in no eventt shall the right.
now given relieve any pur4Ahaser or pur
hasers at the close of the bidding, when
the same is accepted, from paying in cash.
such an ar..ont as may be required to dis
charge elaims for costs, charges and dis
bursements in this cause and of the sale
now ordered aind decreed to be made,
NATHANIEL B. UARtNWELL,
June, 2, 23-84. Master.
Holders of the Bonds of the Greenville and.
Columbia Railroad Company, secured by the.
mortgage of the Laurens Railroad,. who de
sire to combine for the protection of their in
terests, are invited to jtoin in an organiza
tion for that purpose which his been formed
by the bonidholders.
Copies of the plan are on file at the
offies (f the South Carolina Loan and
Trust Company and the National flank of
Newberry, where the holders may sign the
agreement and deposit ther B~onds prior to
June 20th, 180,
1W L. McCAUGHRIN,
JNO. A. BA RKSD ALE,
SAM'L LORD,I JR..
May 19, 21--tf. Committee.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. Jacoh
B. Follers, as Judge of Probate for New
berry, we~will cause to be made a final set
tlement of our accounts as Executors, of the
lst Will of Daniel Suber, deoeased, in the
Curt of Proat. for Newberry, at New
be?ry Cour$t gouse, on the 10th day of July
nedi and immrediately thereafter apply foe
a final discharge as such said Executora,
WADE W. SUBER,
SAMUEL P. SUBER,
As Executors of the l.aSt Will and Testa
ment of Daniel Saber, de3c'd.
June 'Z, 1880. 24-5t.
All persons having demands against the
Estate of Levi E. Folk, deceased, are re
quired to present the same, duly attested,
to me or to my Attorneys, Moorman~ &
~mk-inQ Rt N~wherrv C. H.. S. (L on or