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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11, 1880
INDEX TO NEw ADVERT1SaENTs.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
W. D. Simpson-Proclamation.
G. W. Holland-Newberry College.
Kingsland & Heath-Facts are Stubbort
Wright & J. W. Coppock-Down! Down!
Capt. John B. Patrick-Greenville Militars
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Newberry, S. C,,, July 12, 1880.
Mr. J H.BLTEs, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, 41 Park Row (Times Bailding), New
York, is authorized to- contract for adver
tisements in the Newberry HERALD at our
best rates. 13-tf.
This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
rean (10 Spruce St..) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mrs. Rachel Stewart, of this Counmy,
died of Consumption at the home of her
daughter in Franklin County, Georgia,
the 26th n1timo. She went last No
vember to visit her two sons in Ander
son County, and after staying with
them till March went to Georgia to
visit her daughter. She left three sons
and one daughter.
We invite attention to the advertise
ment i hsiseo h bv ae
A Temperance. Prayer-Meeting
WUi be held at the Methodist Church
in town Wednesday night. All persons
are invited to attend.
Rev. J. L. Martin, of Abbeville, will
prah at -Mt. Bsethel Church (D. V.)
the fourth Sabbath of August, 22nd inst.,
and the Satuide.y before.
QA New Tri Justice.
Hon. J. N. Lipscomb having resigned
the oficee of Trial Justice at ChappeHl's
Depot, Mr. James R. Irwin has been
appointed in his stead.
A Valuable Turkey.
Mr. J. J. Dobbins has a turkey that
up to Friday last has laid one hundred
and three eggs_in one hundred and four
days. After laying fourteen she went
.to setting, and he put her in a coop to
prevent it.' She missed one day then.
}f you like good bread and pastry
syou must have good hour, and the very
ibeat .ye have tried lately is from Mr.
D)rayton Kibler's. It is appropriately
branded in the name of Hampton, -a
guarantee of its superior quality.
Thanks to Mr. Kibler we have tested
"Change is wvritten on the tide," the
seasons change, people change, and con
tinually want change, and now comes
Messrs. Wright & J. W. Coppock who
would change their present stock of
clothing for a small amount of change
to make room for their fall stock. The
only thing which can be done under
the circumstances is to hand in your
ebange. Such is life.
Students Reunion at Ninety-Six.
There will be a Reunion of the stu
dents and ex-students of Newberry Col
lege at Ninety-Six Thursday, the 12th
instant. Addresses on subjects connect
ed with education will be delivered! by
Mr. Elbert HI. Aull and several others
of the Alumni of the College. The cit.
izens of Ninety-Six are expecting a
Slarge crowd, Quite a number froir
Ne wherry will go up to attend the meet
ing. A pleasant occasion is anticipa
The store of Mr. Luther P. W. Riser,
at Liberty Hall, was burned down Sat
urday night, 7th inst., with its entire
contents. -The fire occurred at 1 o'clock
and when discovered was so far ad,
vanced as to render the saving of an3
of the stock impossible. Mr. Riser il
not able to say whether the fire was ac
cidental or incendiary. There was:a
little fire in the stove in the store Satur
day evening; but the sto7e and piping
were ina oeoder. and this circum
Elijah Phillips and Sack Feaster, both
colored, had a fight at the former's
blacksmith shop Friday morning Phil
lips struck Sack on the head with a
piece of board and made a long, ugly
gash to the skull. Dr. Gilder sewed up
Facts are Stubborn Things.
The purchase of Alaska was the only
territorial acquisition made by the
United States which has not proved a
thoroogly satisfactory investment, and
vet what does it matter so that as in
dividuals we cnn make our own pur
chasers in china, crockery, glass-ware,
etc., of those reliable dealers, Messrs.
Kingsland & Heath, of Columbia. It
is an indisputable fact that you can get!
the full worth of your money by buying
of them. Trv it and be convinced.
Notice ! Notice !
All persons who do not pay their ac
couits prompt;ly at the end of each
month are respectfully requested to
ohige the undersigned by not asking
hin, Z6 make memoranda for them.
- A. C. JONES.
Aug. 3, 1880. " - . 32-tf.
E. S. Coppock, agent for the cele
brated Studebaker Wagons, the best in
the United States. Another supply on
Edgefield Advertiser and Laurens
Herald copy. 2 months.
Are you Sick?
If so, go to your nearest druggist or
store, and buy a box of Dr. Gilder's
Liver Pills. They will cure you. You
can find them in any store. 32-2m.
THOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald office
Pianos and Organs, Special- Offer, Fall
1880. Cash Prices, with Three Months
Pianos and Organs "coming, com
ing, 100,000 strong" by every steamer,
t a fill o.. r mammoth NEW DOUBLE
STORE (60 feet front, four stories high),
from cellar to loft.. and supply the trade
of the South. Just closed most advan
tageous contracts with leading Piano
and Organ manufacturers. New sty les;
New Prices; New Terms for fall trade
1880. SPECIAL OFFER To CASH BU -
E.xS-During months of Aug., Sept.,and
Oct., we will sell at lowest Cash Prices,
payable $25 Cash on Pianos or $10
Cash on Organs with balance in three
wo4ahs without interest. New Pianos
$16.5, $190, $27 .New Organs 5 Stops,
$50, 9 Stops, $59. .Selection from 10
makers and-165 different Styles. Low
est prices in America. Guaranteed in
struments, 15 days trial. Every in
ducement that any responsible house
can offer on standard instruments.
Send for Fall 1880 Special Offers. Ad
dress LUDDEN & ~EBTEs' SOUTHERN
Music HousE, SAVANNAH, GA. 31-dt.
But your Confectionieries of all kinds
from A. C. Jones. 19-tf.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for salc at this office.
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobac
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Will you believe it
WoMEN's BEST FRIEND.-To relieve
the aching heart of woman, and bring
joy where sorrow reigned supreme, is a
mission before wvhich the smiles of kings
d windle into utter insignificence. This
is the peculiar province of Bradfield's
Fw:de Regulator, which, from its num
berless cures, is appropriately styled
"Woman's Best Friend." The distress
ing cornplaint known as "whites," and
various irregularities of the womb, to
which woman is subjeet, disappear like
magic before a single bottle of ths won
derful compound. Physicians prescribe
Prepated by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlan
ta, Ga., anoT sold at $1.50 per bottle- by
Dr. S. F. Fant.
NOW IN PERFECT HEALTH.
. Near MARIETrA, GA., March 21,1880.
Some months ago 1 bought a bottle
of Bradfld's Female Regulator, and
used it in my family with the utmost
satisfaction; have recommended it to
three other families, and they have
fond it just what it is recommended.
The females who have used the .Rega-~
lator are now in perfect health, and
able to attend to their household duties.
We cordially recommend it to the pub
lic. REV. H. B. JOIINSON.
27-tf A. C. JONES'.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MAss AND PILLs.
Adapted to chronic diarrhcsa, constipa
tion, and scrofula.-Hy. Latham, M. D.,
Pres't Virginia Medical Society.
Successfully used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
D)iarrhea and Scrofula.-Prol. S. Jackson,
Eticient in anomat; excellent appetizer
andl blood puritier.-ll. Fisher, M. D) , Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostration, indiges -
tion and chlorosis.-G. E. Mathews, M. D.,
A line tonic and alterative, very valuable
in diseases peculiar to females, chronic fe
ver and ague, bronchitis and diseases of the
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. D).,
Very beneficial in strengthening and im
proving a reduced system.-Rev. Jne. WV.
Bekwith, Bishop of Ga.
Invaluable as a nervous tonic.-HIon. I. C.
Recommended as a phryphalactic in Ma
lai districts.-D. R. Fairex. M. D., N. 0.
Restores debilitated systenis to health.
T. C. Mercer, M. D., Ind..
Used with great benefit, in Malarial Fever
and Diphtheria.-S. F. D.upon, M. D.. Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Rum
bold. M. D,, st. Louis.
Beneicial in uterine derangements and
mnalaious conditions.-G. M. Vail, M. D.,
Best remedy ever used in diseases of the
throat.-P. A. Sifferd, M. D., N. C.
Tonic. alterative, diuretic; one of natures
greatest remediles.-Medial Association of
Adapted in certain affections of the kid.
neys and bladder; dlyspepsia, lupus,.chlor
(sis, scrofulouls and cutaneous affections.
trof. J. J. Moornman, M1. D., Va.
Relives headache, promptly-both sick
and nervous.-Rtev. E. C. Dodson, i a.
Sample supply sent free to any physician
desiring to test. Pamphlets sent Iree. An
alysis with each package. Water as it comes
from the Springs $4 per case of 6 gallons in
lass-$2.50) for 5 gallons, $4 for 10 gallons,
fo r 20 gallons in casks. Mass 50 cents
Land $1; $2.50 and $.5 for half doz. Pills,
pure sugar coated, 25c., 50c. and $1 package;
$1.25, $2.50, and $5 for half doz. Sent post
,paid anywhere. This Mass and Pills con
Stains in reduced space all the curative p)ow
-Iers of the water, and is convenient, palatat
ble and soluble.
A Nimble Rogue on Calhoun Street.
Thursday night some one went to
Mr. Wm. Johnson's and broke the lock
of his fowl-house. Mrs. J., hearing
the noise strNck a light, and the rogue
left. He then went to Mr. W. C.
Johnson's, next door, and broke -the
locks on the milk-house, cellar and
smoke-house. There was nothing in
the milk-house but some wash-tubs.
which he didn't want; in the cellar he
found some onions, which he carried
away; after breaking the pad lock of
the smoke-house he found the door was
still locked with a stock lock, and he
let it alone. From Mr. Johnson's he
crossed over the strect to Gen. W. H.
Hunt's watermelon patch. eat as many
melons as he wanted and sliced up
those that he couldn't eat or carry
away. He then made a flank move
ment across the street upon Mr. S. P.
Boozer's fowl-house, broke the lock,
and carried off nine chitkens and a
This is decidedly the most enter
prising petty thief we have heard of
I. 0. C. T.
Last Thursday evening was a revival.
time with Kosciusko Lodge, No. .32, I.
O. G. T. The R. W. G. V. T. of the
world, Mrs. C. E. Gilbert, being on a
visit to our town was present and as
sisted: in the exercises. The degrees
were conferred on members and the
following officers installed for tI e-quar
W. C. T.-Rev. L. Broaddus.
W. R. H. S.-Mrs. S. M. Redus.
W. L. H. S.-Miss Rosa Wright.
W. V. T.-Mrs. Isabel D. Moses.
W. S.--Jas. H. M. Kinard.
-W. A. S.-T. Ed. Kinard.
W.-F. S.-A. A. Killian.
.-W. T.-Jno. A. Kinard.
W. M.-Jno. R. Mathis.
W. D. M.-Miss Ella Blats.
W. I. G.-J. D. Chapman.
V. 0 G.-II. H. Franklin.
W. C.-Rev. J. W. Kelly.
P. W. C. T.-Jas. Packer.
On the following afternoon the New
berry Juvenile--Temple, notwithstand
ing the rain, turned out in full force to
welcome the General Superintendent,
Mrs. C. E. Gilbert, who kindly assisted
them in their exercises. The following
officers were then installed for the quar
C. T.-Jamnes H. McIntosh.
R. S.-Bessy Wheeler.
L. S.-Clara Blease.
V. T.-Mallie Wheeler.
A. S.-Mamnie Sill..
F. S.-Laura B3lease.
A. M.-Iula Jones..
I. G.-John Blats.
0. G.-Edw. McIntosh.
P. C. T.-EVerett Folk.
Mrs. James Packer, Superintendent.
Mrs. Jas. McIntosh, Assistant Super
The Meeting of the County Executive
Mr. Jno. C. Wilson, the member of
the County Executive Committee from
Township 1. resigned his position on
account of beirig a candidate. A meet
ing of the Executive Commnittees of the
several Clubs in the Township met
Monday morning at 10 o'clock to elect
his successor. R. L. McCaughrin was
chosen -Chairman, and Jas. Packer,
Secretary. Each Club was represented
except the Helena Club, and Mr. Pack
er, of Club No. 1, was, on motion, au
thorized to cast the vote of -that Club,
each Club in the Township casting five
votes. The following persons were
nominated: J. C. Wilson nominated
M. A. Carlisle; J. L. Blease nomina
ted J. M. Johnstone; Jas. Packer nom
inated WV. A. Fallaw. The ballot re
sulted: -Carlisle 18, Johnstone 7. Fal
law 5. M. A. Carlisle was declared,
The County Executive Committee
met at-i11o'clock A. M., in the Additor's
Office. Thos. W. Holloway was' called
to the Chair. The following memnbers
of the Executive Committee offered
their resignations, on account of their
being candidates.for office, viz.: Jno.
C. Wilson, of No. 1 Township, J. W.
Folk, of No. 5, and WV. M. Dorro,h, -of
No. 6. The following persons, having
been chosen by the Executive Commit
tees of their respective Townships, took
their seats as members of the County
Executive Committee: M. A. Carlisle,
from No. 1. Township, J. C. Butler,
from No. 5, and Thos. M. Neel, from
No. 6. M. A. Carlisle was elected
Chairman of the County Executive
Committee. The following persons
were elected Managers for the Primary
Election to be held August 28th:
Township No. 1-At one box-W T
Tarrant, WV H WVallace, J F Kilgore.
At ihbe other box-G S Mower, J C
Hunter, W -A Fallaw.
Township 2-A J Gibson, J G Mar
tin, S S Cunningham.
Township 3-J T Bynum, Ed Whit
ney, WV B Oxner.
Township 4-J C Duckett, Wallace
C Cromer, Thos WV Abrams.
Township 5-IH W Cromer, W H
Eddy,J M Glym ph.
Township 6-W E Higgins, P C
Smith, D S Johnson.
Township 7-J H Williams, E C Sim
kins, F A Te.ague.
Township 8-Jno C Goggans, Thos
H Adams, Thos. Blair.
Township 9-P W Counts, R T C
Hunter, C W Welch.
Township 10-J D A Kibflar, J T P
Crosson, J C Neel.
At Prosperity Friday, the 13th, will
be a big affair.
Southern Planter and Farmer.
The August number of the above
agricultural journal has come to hand.
This number contains a number of able
and instructive articles on important
subjects from the pens of some of the
leading agriculturists of the day.- The
Planter and Farmer has been greatly
improved in typographical appearance
and in intrinsic merit, and is one of the
oldest and best journals in tht- country
for farmers; it is now in its 41st year.
It is edited by Rolfe S. Saunders, and
published by the "Southern Planter and
Farmer Company," Richmond, Va.
Subscription $2 a year; to clubs of five
$1.50; to clubs of ten $1.00.
Mr. E. H. Christian
Returned from Baltimore Thursday.
He went there to see Dr. Chisolm, the
eminent occulist, and have a cataract
removed from one of his eyes. The
operation 'vas performed the 15th. Mr.
C. describes it as skinning the eyeball.
The operation occupied less than half
a minute. He was then kept in a dark
room ten days. His eyesight is greatly
Mr. Christian speaks in the bigbest,
terrms of Dr. Chisolm's skill and of the
kindness with he was treated. He says
the doctor has - patients from all parts
of the country. - A day or two before
he left he saw the doc:or perform a
very critical operation. A man in
splitting wood had one of his eyes
knocked out. The other eye became
affected through sympathy and gave
him excruciating pain. In a short
time that eye. would have been gone
too. Hd hadn't slept for three weeks
when he-went to the doctor. The doc
tor took the good eye out of the socket,
and let it hang down on the patient's
cheek. while be clipped around in the
socket a few seconds with a pair of scis
sors, and then put the eye'back in posi
;ion, all in less than a minute-and the
man was all right. All pain was gone
and .the eye was saved. Mr. C. says
that in a short time the poor fellow was
sleeping as sweetly as an infant itt its
Dr. Chisolm is a native of Charleston,
where he lived till the close of the war,
when he went to Baltimore. He has
made the eye a specialty for many
years, and is the most distinguished and
successful occulist in the country. His
age is about forty-five.
Various anc' all About.
Circus time is near at hand.
Items wanted to fill this column.
McFall & Satterwhite have struck
bottom in prices.
When a man draws an inference let
him draw it mild.
Paragraphs are like pie crust-every
body wants them short.
-The King of Greece-Oleomargarine.
Is there any of it on this market?
The candidates are in excellent
spirits; each one feels sure of success.
Ed. has a parlor rifle, and is conse
quently as happy as a bee in a tar buck
'Kendall's Spavin Cure'-try it and
be convinced. For man or beast. Read
The crops, corn as well as cotton, in
the lower portion of this County is the
best ever known.
No one can accuse last week's rains
of being partial. They extended over
all parts of the State.
The Union Times gives quite a flatter
ing notice of the performance of the
Star Troupe at Union.
A variety of Fancy and Staple Sta
tionery at the HERALD Book Store.
Large lot of Seaside Novels.
The eclored people had a camp-meet
ing last week at Mt. Olive. About
,000 were present Sunday.
Dr. B. S. James, formerly of Mar
tin's Depot, Laurens County, is a candi
date for Auditor for Oconee County.
Dr. Casper recommends 'Kendall's
Sparin Cure' in the highest terms and
thousands of etninent physicians do the
The Columbia Register says that about
one-third of the State taxes levied for
the year 1879-80 has been received at~
the State Treasury.
On account of the rain there was no
barbecue at Wyse's Ferry the 6th. The
meats that had been prepared were~
carried to Prosperity and sold.
Give us information of births, deaths,
fres, muders, big, rains, high winds,
accidents :of any kind, gatherings, and
anything of an interesting character.
~It is not reasonable to suppose that
when a young lady offers to hem cam
bric handkerchiefs for a bachelor, she
means to sew in order that she ma.y
.At last we have had good rains-too
late to do old corn much good; but
young corn, of which there is a great
deal in this County, will be much hene
The Commissioner of Agriculture has
issued his report for the month of July.
Newberry and Clarendon Counties are
ranked as highest-125-inl cotton pros
In the little city of Nashua, N. I?.,
where the Howe sewing-machine was
invented, the woman still lives who
used to wash Howe's shirt every week,
because he was too poor to have a
"Weter's Spee" hnsn larcger ciren
The Newberry HERALD has made
one step forward, in that it now sets the
local page solid. All that paper now
ne-ds is a patent outside and smaller
type for the inside.
Abbeville Press and Banner.
It may not be generally. known that
somne Baptist churches in Tennessee
I still adhere to the custom of feet-wash
ing.-Baptist Beacon. We would be
very sorry to know that any of the Bap
tists in this section failed to wash their
feet.-Abbcvilie Press and Banner.
There will be a reunion of the Alum
ni and students of New berry College at
Orangeburg the 13th.- Addresses in the
interest of the College will be delivered
by Rev. Prof. Rahn and Prof. Cromer,
of the College, Prof. J. B. O'N. Hollo
way, of St. Mathews Academy. and by
Mr. J. A. Crotwell says, that while
on the Charleston & Memphis R. R.
about twsenty miles' from Memphis a re
porter came into the train and asked
the male passengers to name their
choice for President. They did so, and
the result was-306 for Hancock, 15
-for Garfield, and 4 for Weaver.
Mr. R. H. Greneker, Sr., is quite
Mr. Henry D. Boozer is spending a
while at Walhalla.
Mr. Noah Brown, the Hall Safe man,
was in town Satcrday.
Geo. W. Abney. Esq., of Edgefield,
has been in town several days.
Mrs. Dr. L. A. East is visiting rela
tives and friends in Newberry.
Miss Emma Herbert is attend-ng the
Normal School at Spartanburg.
Sheriff Wheeler was quite unwell last
week, but he is up and out again.
Mr. W. T. Wright has moved into
the store above Cashs Dry Goods Store.
Miss M. E. Kilgore has gone to Spar
tanburg to attend the Normal Institute.
Mr. A. W. T. Simmons, of the New
berry Hotel, returned Thursday from
Mrs. Jno. S. Fair is spending some
time with her father, Maj. Herndon, at
Mr. J. A. Simpson, of Prosperity, is
clerking for his father-in-law, Mr. D.
W. T. Kibler.
Mr. J. D. Smith, of Christian .& Smith,
left Monday for Kentucky. He goes
after horses and mules.
Mr. Tench C. Pool returned yester
day from Hendersonville. Mrs. Pool
will remain a while longe.'.
Ex-Judge T. H. Cooke and Maj. J.
H. Wihitner, lawyers of Greenville, are
in town on professional business.
Mrs. C. E. Gilbert, of Camden, State
Superintendent of the Juvenite Tezn
plars, has been in Newberry for several
Mr. Sylvester Chipley, of Abbeville
County, is spending some time* in this
Couhty. Probably, there is an attrac
Messrs. J. N. Lipscomnb, T. W. Hol
loway and J. S. Hair attended the
State Grange Meeting at Darlington
Capt. U. B. Whites has moved into
the house belonging to Mr. Jno. C. Wil
son on the corner of Nance and Friend
Streets, formerly the "Simmons House".
Mr. Rutledge Smith, traveling for
Edwin Bates & Co., of Charleston, spent
the greater part of last week in New
berry, and was quite successful in tak
ing orders for his house.
Mr. D. W. T. Kibler has bought the
hoese known as the "Parker House",
and has moved in. He has added much
to the appearance of the place by recov
ering and repainting the house.
Mrs. M. E. Gilliam left New berry
Thursday. 'She will spend a few days
in Spartanburg. Thence she will go
to Virginia, and after spending the
summer at the Springs will go on to
New York to visit her son, Dr. Win.
The Senior of the HERALD with his
family, and Mrs. A. C. Jones and Miss
Ella Sligh left Thursday for Henderson
vile to spend ten days or two weeks.
They started first through the country
to Strothers, but finding the creeks too
high to cross came back and took the
cars by way of Aiston.
FOR THE HERALD.
The "Enoree Team."
MESSRs. EDIToRs: Mentioning in
your issue 6f last week the shooting con
test which took place at Henderson
ville, July 28, you say that the News
and Courier improperly reported us as
the "Newberry Club."' This appearing
in your columns in addition to a report
which has been circulated to the effect
that we wished to be known as a team.
from Newberry village, is calculated to
leave an erroneous and unjaist impres
sion concerning us on the minds of
many, if left uncorrected. Why we
were reported as the "Newberry Teem"
we will give the facts: In less than
two hours after our arrival at Hender
sonville, pools were sold on us as New
berry Team. Only one of our mem
bers was present at the time, and he
asked that the name he changed to
Enoree; but some of the pools having
already been sold, and there being no
other team from the county. it was re
fused. The next morning when enter
ing the team on the field our Captain
again asked that the correction be
made. The Secretary desired to know
"if we were the only team from New
berry County," and upon an affirmative
r~nlv said that nools had been sold on
lage. The News and Courier did not
report us improperly. It was certainly
far from the -wishes of every member
of our team, as was expressed before
the match;, to be considered a team
[from any Club of Newberry Village.
We did not know a Club was there at
the time of the match, and are still ig
norant of the fact that any such exists.
We have been informed that there is
none. ~It may be the relics of last
year's club who extend to the public
their opionion that they could have
done better in the match than we did.
If so it appears to as that ignorance and
fogetfnlness are the only premises from
which tht v can draw such a conclusion.
We saw none of- them on the field, and
are sure their opinion could not hiae
been based upon their shooting last
year. We do not desire to, appear pre
sumptions, but wish to remind them of
the fact that it is impossible for us to
cha'lenge them to a contest as we hold
the championship of the County. The
Enoree does not d9bt its ability to beat
the Newberry Club if any eve; makes
its appearance again.
Enoree, Aug. 9, 1880.
The following are the candidates announced
through the HERALD. We will keep them
in this position till the day of the Primary
Election, for convenient reference:
. FOR THE SENATE.
Thos. C. Brown., - Geo. G. DeWalt.
Jno. T. Peterson.
FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Thompson Conner. Jno. B. Simpson.
George Johnstone. Jefferson A: Sligh -
Osborne L. Schumpert. John C. Wilson.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
E. P. Chalmers. J. N. Lipscomb.
C. W. Bisliop. D. B. Wheeler.
. FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Jacob B. Fellers. James F. Glenn.
Joseph M. Ward.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
J. C. S. Brown. J. A. Kibler.
D. H. Buzhardt. A. J. Kilgore.
J. B. Clary. A. J. Livingston.
H. M. Dominick. G. C. Ridlehuber.
Wm. A. Hipp. J. 0. Turnipseed.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
J. C. Boyd. J. Vm. Folk.
H. S. Boozer. J. D. Shirey.
FOR COUNTY' TREASURER.
W. R. Elmore. Jacob Kibler.
J. L. Epps. P. J. Stephens.
M. H. Gary. A. H. Wheeler.
U. B. Whites.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
M. J. Boyd. E. R. Kingsmore.
W. N. Houseal. , no. R. Leavell.
Jno. K. Nance.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 8, 1880.
-Ordinary ...... .................... 9 a 9#
Good Ordinary..................... 9a 9l
Low Middling...................... 9la10
Middling .. ............... ....10 a10*
Good Middling .................10ta10.i
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTrIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New......61 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 8
Sides. C. I., New............ a 93
DRY SALTED MEATS
-Shoulders, New.......... 6
.Sides, C. R.,'New.......... a 8i
Sides, Long Clear........ 8
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12i
'Leaf, in Tierces............12
. Leaf, in Buckets.......... 12j
Granulated Standard..... . 2ja
Coffee C................... 10
New Orleans............. 10
-New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
TEA-Sugar H ouse Molasses. 3i
Roasted or Parched...25
Best Rio................ 25a
Good Rio.............. 20s
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar 65
Bolted........... '. 90
-80AP......................... 6a 10
STAR CANDLES............... 15
FLOUR, per... b................. 600a10.00
CANDY ... ..,.......... 20
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 10.
ENGLISH SODA............ 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER - 25
SEA FOAM BAKIN.i POWDER 35
AXLE GRE ASE....~.'.......... 10 ~
TOBACCO....................... 60a 1.25
ARROW TIES. per.bunch............. 3 00
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per lu............ 50a
More prosperous last year than usual;
annually growing in popular favor; twen
ty-one years under the same administration;
employs only the best teachers ; depends
upon merit for success; and offers the best
advantages for the least money. $162.00
pays board and tuition for one year.
The next College year will open Monday,
the 4th October.
Send for Circular, to
Rxv. J. I. BONNER, President,
Due West, Abbeville County, S.'C.
Aug. 4, 32-6t.
"PIECED IJOTTON TIES."
FIFTY THOUSAND BUNDLES PIECED
COTTON TIES for sale to the trade in lots
to suit purchasers. They are made from
carefully selected stock ; are all double
riveted, and have the second hand open
slot buckles. They answer every purpose
of the New Ties, and can be bought for
about two-thirds the price.
Providence Cotton Tie Co.,
W. W. SIMMONS, Agent,
7 Market Square,
July 28, 31-l-4t* Providence, R. I.
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Thscomdiu andsaiu Hoeli
Thos ommoou an l srpaed to tetam
nol comenrs. ul prp .e toeteti
all corntrs. feeydsrito snw
The Fnoiffre ofl bee esprtonake alper
andnn epatrnill the sedstoisme al poe
sons patronizing the establishment at home.
'Ph~ Pr~arng. h~ this Hotel are spacious,
FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Th" many tri"nds o! DR. J. B SIMP ON
would respectfully sutmit his name asi a
suitable person to represent the citizens of
Newberry County in the Hou.4e of Repre
sentatives. subject to the primarry -election
to be held the 2Sth August, 1880.
Aug. 4, 2-tf'.
JO. C. WILSON is hereby nominated
for the House of Representatives. subject
to the Primary Election. A man of c!ear
head, practical sense and good judgment,
hp would fill the position with clit and
would make a useful member.
July 29, :1-tf.
The friends of that true veteran of the
late war, CAPT TII(;MP ON CO NN ER, an
nounce him as a candidate for the House of
Representatiaes of the state Legislature,
subject to the action of the Prim rv Elec
tion. O,ur friend would fill the office with
credit to himself and honor to the Countv.
July 2S, 31-rf.*
OSBORNE L. SCHUMPERT, E-Q., is re
spectfully suggested to the Democrats of
Newberry County--suhject to Primary Elec
tion-as a gentleman eminently qualified
by his experience, legal ability and high
character, to represent the County in the
House of Representatives of the State
Legislature. MANY DEMOCRATS.
July 14, 29-tf.
The many friends of REV. J. A. SLIGIU
nominate him as a candidate-for tie State
Legislature (House of Representatives) with
the SINCERE and HONEST desire that he may
by this and by the many other evidences of
the high respect in which he is held 'y his
friends, be prompted from a sense of duty
to accept the same,'fully appreciating the
fact that with him it is not the man, seek
ing the office, but the office the man, as ex
pressed so generally through the voice of
This nomination is accepted, subject to
he primary election. July 14, 29-tf.*
MEsSRs. EnIToas: The HON. GEORGE
TOENSTONE is hereby nominated for re
alection to the seat in the House of Repre
;entatives, which he has filled so well, sub
ect to the Primary Election of the Demo
:ratic Party, by his MAxY FRIENDS.
July 14, 29-tf.*
FOR COUNTY TREASURR.: -
Friends of JNO. L. EPPS present him to
ihe. voters of Newberry County a. a can
didal for the position of County Treasurer.
He "-ill abide the result of the Primary
W. R. ELMORE is hereby nominated
for the position of County Treasurer, sub
ject to- the Primary Electiot of the Demn
July 29, 31-tf.
Mr. JACOB KIBLER served the people
acceptably as Tax Collector before the war,
and there was no one who could complain
of his administration of tihe offiee. Be
lieving that the interests of the County
would be as safe in his hands now as then,
we present him to the voters of Newberry
County, for the office of County Treasurer,
subject to the result of the Primary Elec
tion to be held .by the Democratic Party.
Julf 21, 30-tf. *
The many friends of A. H. WHEELER
present his'name to the voters of Newberry
County for nomination for County Treasu
rer att the ensuing Primary Election, and
pledge him to abide the result of said elec
tion. MANY FRIENDS.
July 14, 29-tf.*
To THE EDITRS NEwBERRY 1IERALD
Please announce MARTIN H. GARY as a
:andidate for County Treasurer, subject to
the Primary Election.
Mr. Gary was a gallaut soldier-having
been severely wounded.
He has energy-is capable - -and indeed
would bring to the discharge of the duties
of the office every quality requisite to suc
:ess. MANY VoTERS.
July 14, 29-t f.*
MESSRs. EDITORS: There never hias been
in officer in this County who has discharged
ls duties more faithfully, and given more
satisfaction to the people generally, than
>ur p'resent Treasurer, CAPT. U1. B.
WHITES. We would nominate him for
he above office, subject to the Primary
lection. MANY FRIENDS.
July 7, 28-tf.
We respectfully propose to the voters of
Newberry, subject to approval at the Pri
nary Election, PICKENS J. STEPHENS as
man well qualified to fill the office of
Jounty Treasurer. MANY VOTERS.
June -30, 2'7-tf.
- FOR THE SENATE. -
JNO. T. PETERSON is hereby nominated
'or the Senate, subject to the Primary
~lection of the Democratic Party.
July 21, :3o-tf.
Recognizing the necessity of a practical,
lear headed man in the Senate, the many
iends of Da. THOMAS 0. BROWN pre
ent his name as a candidate for that office,
ubject to the action of the Primary Elec
on. .MANY FRIENDS.
June .30, 27-tf.*
Hon. GEORGE G. DEWA'LT is announced
>y his friends as a candidate for the State
enae-subject to the decision of the Pri
nary Election. A man of practical expe
-ience and liberal information he would r
>resent the County most creditably.
June 30, 27-tf.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
JOS. M. WARD is presented to the
roters of Newberry, subject to Primary
slection, as a candidate well qualified to fill
he office of Judge of Probate with credit
o the County.
July 21, 30-tf. -
The friends of Hox. JACOB B. FELLERS
resent his name to the Newberry Demnocra
y for nomination for Judge of Probate at
he ensuing Primary Election, and pledge
tim to abide the result.
June 30, 27-tf.
We, recognizing the past services and
~mient fitness and capacity for the office
>fProbate Judge of JAMES F. GLENN,
io hereby nominate him for the suffrages
f the citizens of Newberry County at the
:oming Prim-ary Election.
June '23, 26-tf.*
Messrs. Editors: We, the people of the.
'hird ~Congre'ssionIal District of South Cari
ia, duly ap)pre2ciatin~g the valuable services
-endered by Col. D. Wyattt Aiken to his
:ountry, an:d believing as we do that his
>ast experience, great energy and devotion
,o duty will edable him to serve us as well
f not better than any other person, and
vishing to do what is always a pleasant du
y, reward merit, beg the use of your
~olumns to nominate him for re-election to
on gress. His untiring efforts to estadlish
mn Agricultural Department of Govern.snent
Lt Washington, and to aid in every legiti
nate way the development of the agricul
,ural interests of the country, deserves at
h. h,andr af h -neon the hiahe.st comn..
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
! ,,t n:r. i, :r - .i . :t,l w? !- i-i.,r-- ~! .\!
MN101'P.\I .i. NI'I)D, hr_ -nrgt
fu T!N t?:inate him as a-suit:,' 'tnd
w I.s t*dMae for the-o)fce o r'.r1
n.u ":r, sa: jt'et to the Prinnry Elecrior:.
Tho manv tr,e!ed4s of W. w. HOt :.1 L,
p. ut his name to the voters ofNewherr v
v for nomin tioni for AuditOr at tie
.ninig Prim:iry E ?tio", -nd predgr hin
o abhtle the result ofaaid Eiectiou.
.Ml y 21, 30-tf.
ThP fri--:- of Cor. .o!N R. LF. VEIL
would esn't f1'. noumini::- !at m for the posi
"!i! ,f t', ay A .1 !!tr, i ng that h.'
L ill abide the : ieciion of the i'ri:m.r -i
tion. Having filted this ofic accep:aly
in connection with th: r of Tr."asurer, f.-r
a term of vears, a!! it, ;l ies are f:eniiiar
to him, arid, it elected. he would discharge
its duties with credit to i:ii:-f anl honor
to the County.
July 21, + -tf.
The many friends of JOHN K. NANCE
wo:d resnectfuily nominate him for the
(ice of GOunity Auditor, suhj -c:, of course
to the Primary E!e,tiorn.
Juiy 21, :3ot-t.
We are requested to present the :nme of
E. R. K:\.tiS.il0E aS a candidate for
County Auditor-ub1j!tct to the Primary
Election. His clerical ability and cluilifica
tions requre no comment.
June ::O, 27--tf.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
The mat frinds of H. M. DOMINICK,
Sr., announce him as a canlidate for: the
olli -e of County Commissiunzr, subject to
the Primary Election. They feel convinced
of his fitness for this office.
July 2S, 31-tf.*
The friends of WM. A. HIPP respect
fully nominate him fe:r the office of County
Commissioner, subject to the Primary Etec
July 21, 3i-tf.
The friends of DAVID H. BUZHARDT
present his name to the voters of Newberry
as a candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to the Primary Election.
July 21, 30-tf.
The many frieuds of JAS. B3.-CI"RT put
his name before the people tti e cpming
Primary Election as a candidate- for Cde.nty
July 21, 30-tf.
The friends-of ANDREW -J. KILGORE
present him to the Democracy of 'ewberry
County for nomination for the cWE& of
Gounty Commissioner at the ensuing. Pri
mary Election, and pledge him to abide the
result of said election.- July 14; 2ef.
MEsSRs. EDIor.s: Please announce1 N
DREW J. LIVINGSTON as a candidate for
re-election as ore of the County Commis
sioners for Newberry-subject to the Pri
Mr. Livingston and his friends .prefer
that his record as a soldier and as County
Gommissioner shall speak for hinm, ajd - by
them he is willing to be judged.
July 14, 29-tV.
The friends of J. 0. TURNIPSEED pro
pose himt as a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner--subject to ' the
Primary Election. His promptness, en
ergy and efliciency in the 'discharge of
duties heretofore entrusted to him specially
commend him to the contidence of the peo
ple. MANY FRIENDS.
July 7, 28-If*
*Capt. J. A. KIBLER having filled the of
6ce of County Commissioner for eight years
before the war with entire satisfaction to
the people ot this CXounty, we nominnate him
for that office, subject to the PrimDary Elec
tion. MANY FRIENDS:
July 7, 28-tf.*
The many friends of J. C. S. BROWN
put his name before the people 'at the com
ing Primary Election as a candidate for
July 5, 1880-28-tf.*
The friends of G. C. RIDLEHULIER 're
spectfully announce him a candidate for the
office of County Commissioner for New
berry County, subject to Primary Election.
Mr. Ridlehuber is entirely capable and a
deserving man, and if elected will make an
efficient officer. MANY VOTERS.
July 7, 28-tf.
FOB SCHOOL COMXISSIONfEE.
Da. J. WILLIAM FOLK, of Township
No. 5, is announced as 3a candid'ite for
School Commissioner. He will abide the
rsult of the Priinary Eledtion and support
.he regular nominees.
July 21, 30-tf.*
RFV. J. D. SHIREY is~ hereby nominated
or the office of School 'Commissioner for
gewberry County. .He will abide the re
ut of the Primary Election.
June 30, 27-tf.
HENRY S. BOOZER, having filled the
ffice of School Comnmissioner~ with- entire
atisfaction to the people oi this County,
we hereby nominate him for re-election
ubject to the Primary Election.
June 3i0, 27--tP THE PEOPLE.
J. C. BOYD.
The man for School Commissioner shiould
e educated and an educator ; persevering,
rompt in all his duties, and yet modest,
finding readily the nearest way both to the
ead and heart of all classes of pe'ople.
Being called by his Master to t.each in His
huch, only fits him the better for it cise
vbere. Such an one is Rev. J. G. Boyd,
who is hereby nominated for that most imn
ortant offeee, and pledged to abide the re
ut of the Primary i-lection.
June 30~, 27-tf.'
Thte mnany friends of DANIEL B. WH EE
ER present his name to the voters of
Kewberry County for nomination for Sherif
t the ensuing Primary Election, and pledge
im to abide the result of said election.
July 21, :N-tf.
We are requested to announce C. W.
BIOP n's a cantdidate for the office of
Sheriff-subject to the Primary Election.
Junxe 30 27--ti
FOR CTERK OF COURT.
. MEssas. EDIroRs: It is well known that.
the termt ot office of our present efficient.
lerk of Court, Mr. E. P. CH.ALMERS, does
not expire until the latter part of next year.
le has, however, annoneed his intention
ot to claim the balance of his term, but to
o out of office in November so as to save
the people the expense and trouble of ani
xtra elction during next year.
We therefo,re present hinm to the petople
for re-election, suibjecL to the result of the
Primary Election to be held b y,h Demo
cratic Party. Masy FaiEsos.
July 14, 20-tf
HON. JAS. N. LIP800MB.
We, citizens of Newberry, place in
omination the above named gentleman
for Cierk of Court, knowing he will abide
the result of Primary Election.
TJna 1, O5-.tf.