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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18, 1880.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISENENTS.
Hill's Hepatic Panacea.
J. T. Calmes-Barbecue.
Lawrence & Martin-Tolu.
E. R. Kingsmore-A Card.
Munto & Munro-Summons.
S. C. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
M A. Carlisle-Managers of Election.
J. N. Martin & Co.-Wanted-Just Re
Herald Book Store-A Treatise on the
Horse and His Diseases.
Benj. Sloan-Tbe South Carolina College
of Agriculture and Mechanics.
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tices in this local column are inserted at
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munications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respect, &ce. are chargd
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spect and notices of meetings, as well as
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gr All communications relating to
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gW The charge for publishing noini
nations of candidates is Fire 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
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 58 P M
Up mail closes at................ 1 20 PM
Down Train arrives ........... 3 47 P M
Down mail closes at.............3 15P M
Laurens Trala arrives. ..........10 45 A M
"g "9 leaves......... 4 10 PM
Laurens mail closes at..... ...3 15 PM
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
I. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., July 12, 1880.
Mr. J. H. BATES, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, 41 Park Mow (Times Building), New
York, is authorized to contr..ct for adver
tisements in the Newberry HERALD at our
best rates. 13-tf.
This paper may be found on Sle at Geo. P.
Bowen &%o's Newspaper Advertising Bu
reau (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
Mr. B. F. McGraw lost a child, about
four years old, last week with diphthe-'
Mr. Sydney Reading died at the res
idence of Maj. Jno. P. Kinard in New
berry Thursday the 12th instant, a1uer
an illness of several weeks. Mr. Read
ing lived at Charlotte, N. C., but had
been in Newberry most of the time
since 1877. He was the contractor for
the building of the'Mower blocks of
buildings, and also 'superintended the
building of the Crotwell Hotel. Mr.
Reading was between sixty and seventy
years of age. He leaves a wife and
one son. His body was sent to Char
lotte for burial.
The Southr Star Troupe
Will give a performance at the -Pry-.
taneum this (Tuesday) evening, begin
ning at 8 o'clock. Admission 35 cents.
Tickets for sale at SchIOltz's Jewelry
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Colum
bia, are in Newberry on a visit.
Mr. H. W. Boozer, after spending
two weeks with relatives in this County,
returned to his post at McCreery &
Bro's., Columbia, last week.
Ceila Worthy. eolored, living on the
Pettus Chick place, is the mother of 17
children, 9 of whom are living. Her
grand-children number 40 living and
81 dead. Great-grand-children 3-to
pp tal 91. Pretty fair showing for Ceiha.
Mr. C. D. Burton charged with kill
ing Bluford Workman, colored, the 30th
Qf July, was carried before Trial Jus
tices Bartlett S. Golding and Joel B.
Heller in town Thre-s.Tay on a writ of
Habeas Corpus, and gave hond for his
appearance for trial in the sum of seven
The Primary Election
Comes off the 28th instant. The elec
tioneering is drawing to a close, and no
doubt the candidates are glad of it.
They are out to-day seeing the people
at the Maybinton pic nic; to-morrow
(Wednesday) will be the barbecue at
Reid's Mineral Spring, the Wth at Cro
mer's store, and the 25th at R. V.
For September has come to hand. It
contains the usual variety of entertain
ing articles, with fashion plates and fine
steel engravings. Peterson's is one of
the best and cheapest magazines pub
lished. Terms, $2.00 a year; reduced
rates to elubs. Address Chas. J. Peter
son, No. 306 Chestnut Street, Philadel
Prosperity High School.
The Trustees of the above named
school have re-elected Mr. C. W.
Welch Principal for the ensuing year.
Mr. D. Charlton Lake has been elected
Assistant. Mr. Lake is a native of this
County, graduiated at Wofford College
in 1873. and has conducted a flourish
AuI.Lk MI.L, EDGEFIELD CO., S. C.,
July 9, 1879.
Dr. L. T. Hill:
Dear Sir-I take great pleasure in
commending to the public Him.:S HE
PATIC PANACEA, or Liver Medicine, for
all diseases for which it is recom
t mended. Knowing the medicinal vir
tues of the ingredients of which it is
compounded, I was induced to give it a
trial in my practice, and I unhesitating
ly say that it did more in my hands
than any "liver medicine" I ever used.
HENRY N. SLOAN, M. D.
W For sale to the trade by W. II.
Barrett, Augusta, na., and by W. E.
I _____ _______
Facts are Stubborn Things.
The purchase of Alaska was the only
territorial acquisition made by the
United States which has not proved a
thorongly satisfactory investment, and
yet what does it matter so that as in
dividuals we can 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. Try it and be convinced.
Notice ! Notice !
All persons who do not pay their ac
counts promptly at the end of each
month are respectfully requested to
oblige the undersigned by not asking
him to 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 ya 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.
TsoMPsoN, 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,
to fill our 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 styles;
New Prices; New Terms for fall trade
1880. SPECIAL OFFER TO CASH Buy
E s-Durigmonths of Aug., ,Sept., and
Oct., we will sell at lowest Cash Prices,
payable $25 Cash on Pianos or $10
Ca.sh on Organs with balance in three
wc.sths without interest. New Pianos
$165, $190, $237. 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 iD
ducement that any responsible house
can offer on standard instruments.
Send for Fall 1880 Special Offers. Ad
dress LUJDDEN &. BATES' SOUTHERN
Music HousE, SAVANNAH, GA. 31-4:t.
Buy your Confectioneries of all kinds
from A.-C. Jones. 19-tf.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobae
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Buchu Has Long
Been used by the Hottentots in a va
riety of diseases. From these rude
practitioners the remedy was borrowed
by the resident English and Dutch
physiciansf" by whose recommendation
it was employed in Europe, and has
since come into genaeral use. Com
bined with Juniper and other desirable
ingredients, as in the preparation of
Rnkin'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 Dust Deposit, Milky Dis
charges and all diseases of Bladder or
Kidneys and Dropsical Swelling in
man, woman or child.
Prepared only by Hunt. Rankin &
Lamar, Atlanta, Ga., and sold by Dr.
S. F. Fant. e.o.w
27-tf A, C.~JONES'.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MASS AND PILLs.
Adapted to chronic diarramsa, constipa
tion, and scrofala.-Hy. Latham, M. D).,
Pres't Virginia Medical Society.
Successfully used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoa and Scrofula.-Frot. S. Jackson,
Efmcient in anmma; excellent appetizer
and blood purifier.-Hl. Fisher, M. D., Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostration, indiges -
tion and chlorosis.-(i. E. Mathews, M. D.,
A tine tonic and alterative, very valuable
in diseases peculiar to females, chronic fe
ver and ague, bronchitis and diseases of the
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. D.,
Very beneficial in strengthening and im
proving a reduced system.-Rev. Jno. WV.
Beckwith. Bishop of Ga.
Invalnable as a nervous tonic.-Hon. I. C.
Recommended as a phryphalactie in Ma
lai districts.-D. R. Fairex, M. D., N. 0.
Restores debilitated systems to health.
T. C. Mercer, M. D., Ind.
Used with great benetib Malarial Fever
and Diphtheria.-S. F. Dulpon, M. D.. Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Rum
bold, M. D,, St. Louis.
Benelicial in uterine derangements and
malarious coniditions.-G.. M. Vail, M. D.,
Best remedy ever used .' diseases of the
throat.-P. A. Sifterd, M. .., N. C.
Tonic. alterative, diuretic; one of natures
greatest remiedies.-Medical Association of
Adapted in certain affections of the kid
neys and bladder; dyspepsia, lupus, chlor
sis, scrofulous and cutanjeous affections.
Prof .J. .T. Moornman, M. D., Va.
Relijeves headache, promptly-both sick
and nervous.-R~ev. E. C. Dodson, va.
Sample supply sent free to any physician
desiring to test. Pamphlets swnt free. An
alvsis with each package. Water as it comes
fromi the Springs $4 per case of a gallons in
glass-St.54) for 5 gallons, $4 for 10 gallons,
67 for 240 gallons in casks. Mass 50 cents
and $1; $2.50 and $.5 for half doz. Pills,
pure sugar coated, 2l5c., 5t>c. and $1 package;
1.5. $2.50, and $5 for halft doz. Sent post
paid anywhere. This Mass and Pills con
tais5 in Leduaced space all the curative p ow
es of the water. and is convenient, pal ata
ble and soluble.
The Baptist Parsonage
Is nearly finished. Mr. Broaddus,
the Pastor, expectsto move in next week.
The Prosperity Barbecue.
The barbecue given at Prosperity
Friday. 13th, by Messrs. Wyse & Kib
ler, was well attended. It was the big
gest gathering of the season. Not a
candidate was missing. The people
present called upon the candidates for
speeches. They were listened to with
attention, and the large crowd present
and the fact that Prosperity is one of
the strongholds of the Democracy made
them do their best. There was some
real good speaking.
The dinner was bountiful and well
prepared, and was served in a house,
the company being provided with ta
bles, seats, knives and forks and every
Improvements at the Female Academy. t
The trustees of the Newberry Female
Academy have gone to work and <
raised between three and four hundred t
dollars for repairing and refurnish- t
ing the building. They will put a
porch in front, eight by sixteen feet,
will replaster the walls and paint
all the wood work, inside and out. 1
They have purchased thirty-five tables c
and seventy chairs. The tables are i
provided with drawers for keeping i
books, slates &c, and are large enough c
for two pupils to study at. The chairs c
are of oak with cane seats. They think, s
and we agree with them, that the tables c
and chairs will be more comfortable I
than the regular school desks.. T
In addition to the above the trustees t
hope to be able to put a porch at the e
end next to the Methodist church and e
blinds to the windows. C
We note with pleasure these improve- a
ments. The Academy, in its officers c
and management, is a credit as well as
a great benefit to the community, and r
whatever funds are used in making the d
building more attractive and more com- t
fortable will be well spent. (
Officers of Crescent Lodge, No. 111, i
1. O. G. T., installed by P. B. McCoy, i
D. G. W. C. T., for the ensuing term: t
W. C. T.-Bro. S. W. Neece.
W. R. H. S.-Sis. Belle Pennington.
W. L. H. S.-Sis. Allie Skillman,
W. V. T.-Sis. Laura E. McCoy. I
W. S.-Bro. I. W. Lowe. -
W. A. S.-Sis. Maggie P. Rives.
W. F. S.-Bro. P. B. McCoy.
W. T.-Sis. Rena Huntington.
W. M.-Bro. C. WV. Salter. c
W. D. M.-Sis. Kate Rives.
W. I. G.-Bro. T. E. Milligan. a
W. 0. G.-Bro. Jno. Gibson.
W. C.-Bro. J. W. Sheppard.
Mrs. C. E. Gilbert, General Superin- e
tendent, reorganized the O'NealI Lodge
of Juvenile Templars at Helena, on '
Monday evening,. Aug. 9th. The fol-| a
lowing officers were installed : |-.J
C. T.-Laura McCoy.
R. H. S.-Minnie Huntington. |
L. H. S.-Lizzie Zobel.
V. T.-Mary Zobel.
A. S.-Bessie Hamiter.
F. S.-David Huntington.
T.-Reese Wood. <
D. M.-Ruby Parrish.
I. G.-Ellen Amick.
0. G.-Jennie Moore.
Superintendent-Laura E. McCoy.
Various and all About
Summer almost over.
Is no effort going to be made to get
a re engine ? I
Adam Wendler, the jack of all trades,
has removed to Spartanburg. |I
The crops, mostly cotton, 'oetween |
Newberry and Prosperity are fine. i
'Kendall's Spavin Cure' has the
greatest sale where it has been sold the |
Since the late rains gardens have <
come out, and our people will soon |
have vegetables to eat. |
It is but ten days to the Primary test,
and the candidates are all primed. -The
strength of the County will be voted.
The best liniment for human flesh iE
Kendall's Spavin Cure. See Adver
A drummer says that Newberry is
the busiest town in the state. Columbia,
Greenville or Spartanburg, can't touch
When last seen, T. F. Harmon and
WV. 0. Goree, with their better halves.
were in Spartanburg. Their next move
will be to the mountains.
If you want to find a man look for
him at Hendersonville, N. C. One is
not considered in the fashion unless he
visits there a night or two.
The meats in market on Saturday
morning last were above the average.
Singleton's was tip top. We are sorry
to say this does not often occur.
Out of the paunch of a cow killed for
beef Wednesday by Mr. J. M. Sill were
taken the following articles: Six 6-pen
ny nails, a large needle and a brass pin.
Mrs. Folk, the widow of Capt. L. E.
Folk, deceased, has received fonm the
Knights of Honor the $,000 for which
her husband was insured in the Order.
The following Newberry teachers
are at the Normal Institute at Spartan
tanburg: Misses M. E, Kilgore, C. M.
Gilder. E. F. Herbert and Minnie Her
Mr. Eduard Scholtz has perchased
the McDuff e Metts house on Adams
street. After making some repairs he
will move in. Will he keep "bachelor's
The Columbia Register says, three
The, new locomotives have been order
d from Pittsburg for the Greenville &
)olumbia Railroad; they will be ready
or the fall trade.
The Republican County Convention
)f this county will meet the 31st of this
nonth to send delegates to the State
.jonvention, which will meet in Colum
Ma the 2nd of September.
There were one hundred and twenty
ive guests at Glenn Springs last week,
md others going in. We are glad of
t and hope the Messrs. Simpson will
nake a good profit this season.
There was a barbecue and pic nic
ombined at Mr. J. C. Schumpert's, in
he New Chapel neighborhood, that all
)resent pronounce one of the pleasant
>st of the season. On the day before
here was a barbecue at Mr. Jno. Harp's,
hat was also a very enjoyable affair.
FoR THE HERALD.
MESSRs. EDITORS: I hope you will
e kind enough to allow space in your
olumns to correct a false impression
a regard to some questions or issues
irected to the Committee at Prosperity
n Friday last, and addressed to candi
ates for Senate and House of Repre
entatives forNewberry County. They
vere, 1st. Ought we to have a County
Luditor and Treasurer. 2nd. Would
.ot the duties of County Commissioner
e better carried out by having- one in
ach Township without increasing the
xpense to the County. . 3d. Ought the
ffice of Master in Equity be abolished,
ad the powers and duties of the offices
f Probate Judge, Clerk of Court and
heriff increased. These questions were
ot sent for the interest of any candi
ate, but, it occurs to me, are of impor
%ce to every property owner in the
lounty, and should be discussed in the
sterest of its citizens, that an efficient
nd economical administration may be.
nd then we will get rid of the oft re
eated and tiresome expression, "no
ing to talk about.
T. M. IAKE,
FOR THE HERALD.
itudents Re-Union at Ninety
According to appointment, our edu
ational meeting was held at Ninety
lix, S. C., on 12th inst, by the Alumni
ud Students of New berry College, in
he interests of said College and gen
Geo. S. Mower, Esq., of Newberry,
s. C., presided.over the meeting. The
ddress of welcome was delivered by
llbert H. Aull, of Ninety-Six, S. C.
The Chairman then presented J.
D. Berley, of Newberry County, to
he audience, who spoke at some
ength on the "Duty of Mental and
Mr. C. M. Efird, of Lexington
sounty, was introduced, and consid
red certain objections which are
ometimes urged against education.
The last address of the occasion was
elivered by Prof. Geo. B. Cronmer of
~ewberry College, who also ccnsid
red further some objections urged
The speeches seemed to meet the
earty approval and endorsement of
n appreciative audience. The speak
ng !asted for about two and half
iours and the audience did not seem
o tire in the least.
The crowd was not as large as
night have been had it not been for
he fact, that there was some mis
nderstanding in regard to the time.
Taking all things into consideral
ion it seems to me that this meeting
~ught to be considered quite a suc
~ess and the friends of Newberry Col
ege and education ought to congrat
ilate themselves upon it. lIc is true
gewberry College may not be direct.
y benefitted by it, yet it is to be
>e hoped that there has been a wave
f influence set in motion, which may
'aft on and on, and be felt through
;he coming ages. X.
The following are the candidates announeed
;hrogh the HERALD. We will keep them
n this position till the day of the Primary
Election, for convenient reference:
FOR THE SENATE.
hos. C. Brown. Geo. G. DeWalt,
Juo. T. Peterson.
FOR THE HOUsE OF REPREsENTATIVES.
rhompson Conner. Jno. B. Simpson.
3eorge Johnstone. Jefferson A. Sligli.
)sborne L. Schumpert. John C. Wilson.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
. P. Chalmers. J. N. Lipscomb.
1 W. Bishop. D. B. Wheeler.
FOR JUDGE OF FROBATE.
acob B. Fellers. James F. Glenn.
Joseph M. Ward.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERs.
I. C. S. Brown. J. A. Kibler.
D. H. Buzhardt. A. J. Kilgore.
J. B. Claiy. A. J. Livingston.
[. M. Dominiek. G. C. Ridlehaber.
Wmn. A. Hipp. J. 0. Turnipseed.
FORL scHOOL COMMIssIONE R.
I. C Boyd. J. Wmr. Folk.
H. S. Boozer. J. D. Shirey,
FOR COUNTY TRECASURER.
W. L. Elmnore. Jacob) Kibler.
J L Epps. P. J Stephens.
M. H. Gary. A. H. Wheeler.
U. B. Whbites.
FOR cOUNTT AUDITOR.
M. J. Boyd. E. RL. Kingsmore.
W. WV. Honseal. .z no. RL. Leavell.
Jno. K. Nance.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 17, 1880.
Ordinary...... .................... 9 a 9j
Good Ordinary ..................... 9Oa 9
Low Middling ...................... 9 al0
Middling.. .........................10 a10t
Good Middling ............... ......10+a1(4
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 6j a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured..... 8
Sides, C. R., New............ a 9;
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New............. 6;
Sides, C. R., New........... a S
Sides, Long Clear........... 8}
Uncanvassed Hams........ 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 121
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 121
Granulated Standard..... .. 12ja
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C...................... 10
Yellow........... ........... 10
New Orleans................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses....... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson................... 1.50
PE lPElt................................. 30
Roasted or Parched...... 25
Best Rio.................... 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted. ........... ... 90
30AP. ... ........................ 6a 10
STARCH............................. 10a 16
STAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per bbl................... 6.00a10.00
?EARL HOMINY.................. 5
'ANY. . ........... 20
"ONCENTRATED LYE......... .. 10
ENGLISH SODA.. 10
EIORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 21
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
3XLE GREASE.,.................... 10
COBACCO......... ........... 60a 1.25
LAILS (10) keg..................... 6. 0
(RROW TIES, per bunch........... 8 00
EED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
EtED OATS-per lu................. 50s
ionth Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after July 11th, 1880, Passenger
rrains on this road will run as follows un
;il further notice:
GOING EAST DAILY.
kLeave Columbia at - - - 6.15 P. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - 9.10 P. M.
&rrive Charleston at - - -11.00 P. M.
*On Sundays this train will leave Colum
bia at 2.15 P. M., and arrive at Charleston at
.30 P. MI.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - 6.4,5 A. M.
Leave Camden at - - 8.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 11.30 A. Mi.
WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M.
Arrive Camden at - - - - 1.40 P. M,
Arrive Augusta at..-.-..-.-.3.25 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - - 2.00 P. M.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
*Leave Charleston at - - 9.00 A. M.
Leave Augusta at - - - - 8.00 A. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 5.37 P. ME.
*Passengers taking these trains change
ears at B3ranchville to reach Charleston at
2.00 P. I., or Columbia at 5.37 P. M!.
GOING EAST DAILYg.
*Leave Columbia at - 9.30 P. M,
Arrive Augusta at - - - - 7.50 A. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - 6.15 A. M!.
*Passengers who are not in Sleeping Car,
ahange at Branchville to reach Charleston
at 6.15 A. M!.
GOING WEsT PAILY,
Leave Charleston at . . - 9.05 P. M!.
Leave Augusta at - - - - 7.40 P. M.
Arrive Columbia at - - - 6.10 A. M!.
The Express Trains run daily, all others
daily exc"ept Sunday. On Camden Branch
Trains do not run Sundays. Sleeping Cars
are attached to Night Express Trains.
Berths only $1.50 between Columbia, Char
leston and Augusta. Round Trip Tickets
are sold on Saturdays and Surndays from all
Stations, good till Monday noon to return,
at one first class fare. Connections made
at Columbia with C. C. & A. Rt. R. and G. &
C. R. R , to and from all points on eac.h
Road; at Charleston on Wednesdays and
Saturdays with Steamers to and from New
York. The Nighit Express Trains to and
from Columbia make close connections at
Kingville with New York Express Trains,
to which is attached a Pullman Sleeping
Car running between Augusta and New
York withoLt change. Connections made
at Augusta to and from all points West and
South. For through tickets to any point,
A. B. DESAUSSURE, Agent, Columbia.
D. C, ALLEN, G. P. & T. A,
JOHN B. PECK, General Superintendent.
More prosperous last year than usual;
annually growing in popular favor; twen
ty-one years under the same admninistrationi
employs only the best teachers; depends
upon merit for success; and ofrers the best
advaintages 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
REV. J. I. BONNER, President,
Due West, Abbeville County, S. C.
Aug. 4, 32--6t.
"PIEIED CJ9TTON TIES."
FIFTY THOUSAND BUNDLES PIECED
COTTO-N TIES for sale to the trade in lots
to suit purchasers. They are made from
carefully selected stock ; are all doulble
riveted, and have the second hand open
slot buckles. RIley answer overy purpose
of the New Ties, and can be bought for
about two-thiirds the price.
Providence Cotton Tie Co.,
W. W. SIMMONS, Agent,
7 Market Square.
July 28, 31-4t* Providence, R. I.
MRS. EMMA F. BLEASE,
NEWBERRY, S. CT.
This commodious and spacious Hotel is
now~ open and fully prepared to entertaini
The Eurniture of every description is new,
and no effort will be spared to make all per
sons patronizing the establishment at honie.
The Roomns in this Hotel are spacious,
well lighted, and the best ventilate4 of any
hlotel in the pp-collntry.
The H-otel is furnished with fine cistern
and well water, and the table is guaranted
to be the best ini the place.
July 21, 1880. 30-ly,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, E. P. Mathews hath made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects of
John Lewie, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they he and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
on the 26th day of August inst., after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my Hand, this 10th
day of August, Anno D oumiuii, 18Su.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
Aug. 11, 23-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, August 9th, 1880.
Whereas information has been received
at this Department that an atrocious mur
der was committed in Newberry County,
on or about the 25th day of May, A. D.
1880, upon the body of Brown Douglas by
Josh Douglas, and that the said Josh Doug
las fled from justice:
Now, therefore, I, Wm. D. Simpson,
Governor of the State of South Carolina, in
order that justice may be done and the ma
jesty of the law vindicated, do hereby offer
a reward of ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN
TY-FIVE DOLLARS for the apprehension
and delivery in any jail of this State of the
said Josh Douglas. Said Douglas is about
twenty-eight years old, 5 feet 8 inches,
[n testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the Great Seal
of the State to be affixed, at Colum
[L. s.j bia, this 7th day of August, A. D.
1880, and in the one hundredth and
fith year of the Independence of the
United States of America.
W. D. SIMPSON, Governor.
By the Governor: R. M. S.is.
Aug. 11, 33-3t.
NEW AND FRESH.
Large lot of Seaside Novels.
Faber's Octago:. Pencil.
Guttneeht's Drawing Pencils in case.
Indelible Pencils and Iuk.
Pens in variety.
And a variety of other Stationery, just
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Aug. 4, 32-tf.
A Grand Barbecue.
There will be a Barbecue at R. V. Gist's
Residence on Wednesday, the 25th day of
August. Preparations made for .500 peo
pe. All candidates are expected to attend
to make final speeches before the Primary
Election. There will be ice cream and
lemonade in abundance ; ladies are respect
fully invited, and are assured that good
order will be preserved.
Aug. 4, 32-3t R. V. GIST.
'NEWBERRY, S, C.
THREE COURSES of Instruction: CLAS
SICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL and SELECT.
presenting the very best opportunities for
thorongh preparation for college.
Special advantages afforded to those de
siring to pursue an English Course.
Board in private families, including fuel,
lights, furnished room and washing, $12 per
month. Tuition, $30 to $56 per session of 10
Next session begins
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1880.
For particulars, address
G. W. HOLLAND, President.
Aug. 11, 33-2m.
REMOIIL OFBIUG STORE,
Dr. S.F. FANT
Takes pleasure in informing his friends
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
DR[GS AND MEDICJINES,
PEiU1flRIES AND 't0IL ARTICE8,
Latest and Handsomest Styles of TLAMPS,
and all other goods kei.t in a Drug Store.
An invitation to call anad examine is cor
dially extended to all.
June 30, 27-tf.
NEW YORK SHOPPING,
Everybody is delighted with the tasteful
and beautiful selection made by Mrs. La
mar, who has NEVER SAILED to please her
ustomeors. New Fall circular just issued.
Send for it.
Address MRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway, New York.
Nov. 26, 48-tf.
Sie Yopur Ranghters the Best Advantages in
Education and Liberal Culture
Greenville Female College,
CREENVILLE, S. C.
Founded in 1854. Attendance for the
past two years over 150. Music a special
t, under the charge of an eminent Euro
pean Master, Prof. M. G. Det amps. Ex
penses low. Greenville is famed for its
h~eaidt, delightful cli!r.ate and culture.
TWENTY-SIXTil SESSION BEGINS
W EDNESD AY, SEPT. 8'rn, 1880.
Send for Catalogue,
A. . TOWN ES,
July 28, 31-Im President.
FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The many fiei:ds of DR. J. B SIMPSO\
would respecrfully submit his name as s
suitable person to repre?ent the citizt'ns o
Newberry County in the House of Repre
sentatives, subject to the primary election
to be held the 2Sth August, ISS.
Aug. 4, :2-tf.*
JNO. C. WILSON is hereby nominated
for the House of Pepresentatives, subject
to the Primary Election. A man of clear
head, practical sense and good judgment,
he would fill the position with credit and
would make a useful member.
July 29, :31-tf.
The friends of that true veteran of the
late war, CAPT THOMPSON CONNER, an
nounce him as a candidate for the House of
Representatises of the State Legilature,
subject to the action of the Pxim -rv Elec
'ion. Our friend would fill the office with
credit to himself and honor to the County.
July 2S, 31-tf.*
OSBORNE L. SCHUMPERT, ESQ., is re
spectfully suggested to the Democrats of
Newberry County-subject 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. SLIGH
nominate him as a candidate for the 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 by 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
the primary election. July 14, 29-tf.*
MESSRS. EDITORS: The HON. GEORGE
.JOHNSTONE is hereby nominated for re
election to the seat in the House of Repre
sentatives, which he has filled so well, sub
ject to the Primary Election of the Demo
cratic Party, by his MANY FarEOs.
July 14, 29-tf.*
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
Friends of JNO. L. EPPS present him to
the voters of Newberry County as a can
didate for the position of County'Treasurer.
He will abide the result of the Primary
July 29, 31-tf. *
W. R. ELMORE is hereby nominated
for the position of County Treasurer, sub
ject to the Primary Election of the Dem
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 the office. 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.
July 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, anid
pledge him to abide the result of said elec
tion. MANY- FRIENDS.
July 14, 29-tf.*
To THE EDITORS NEwBERRY HERALD :
Please announce MARTIN H. GARY as a
candidate for County Treasurer, subject to
the Primary Election.
Mr. .Gary was a gallant soldier-having
been severely wounded.
He has en~ergy-is capable- --and indeed
would bring to the discharge of the duties
of the office every quality requisite to suc
cess. MANY VoTEES.
July 14, 29-tf.*
MEssRs. ElIORs: There never has been
an officer irn this County who has discharped
his duties teore faithfully, and given n;ore
satisfaction to the people generally, than
our present Treasurer, CAPT. U. B.
WHITES. We would nominate him for
the above office, subject to the Primary
Election. MANY FRIENDS.
July '7, 28-tf.
We respectfully propose to the voters of
Newberry, subject to approval at the Pri
mary Election, PICKENS J. STEPHENS as
a man well qualified to fill the office of
County Treasurer. M ANY VOTERS.
June 30, 2'7-tf.
- FOR THESENATE.
JNO. T. PETERSON is hereby nominated
for the Senate, subject to the Primary
Election of the Democratic Party.
M ANY VOTERS.
July 21, 30-tf.
Recognizing the necessity of a practical,
clear headed man in the Senate, the many
friends of Da. THOM AS G. BROWN pre
sent his name as a candidate for that office,
subject to the action of the Primary Elec
tioni, MANY FRIENDS.
June .30, 27-tf.*
Hon. GEORGE G. DEWALT is announced
by his friends as a candidate for the State
Senate-subject to the decision of the Pri
mary Election. A man of practical espe
rience and liberal information hie would re
present the County i-osr, creditably.
June :30, 27-tf.
FOR PROBATE JUDeE.
JOS. M. WARD is presented to the
voters of Newberry, subject to Primary
Election, as a candidate well qualified to fill
the office of Judge of Probate with credit
to the County.
July 21, 30-tf.*
The friends of Hbs. JACOB B. FELLERS
present his name to the Newberry Democra
cy for nomination for Judge of Probate at
the ensuing Primary Election, and pledge
him to abide the result.
June 30, 2'7-ti.
We, recognizing the past services and
eminent fitness and capacity for the office
of Probate Judge of JAMES F. GLENN,
do hereby nominate him for the suffrages
of the citizens of Newberry Counity at the
coming Primary Election.
June 23, 26-tf.*
Messrs. Editors: We, the people of the
Third ConIgression)al District of South Cani
lina, duly appreciatinrg the valuable services
rendered by Col. D. Wyatt Aiken to his
countr-y, and believing as we do that his
past experience, great energy and devotion
to duty will edable himi to serve us as well
if not better than any other person, arnd
wishing to do what is always a pleasant du
ty, reward merit, beg the use of your
roun onmnt imfrr-lcint
Congres. to unirinteffo to-electionsh
Cngriculturas Deptnt effortsroets
at Asiultra, Deadtomednt efGverneit
tua-neet ftecuty eevsa
i mate way the development of the agricul
I em.ol inta..netc. af tha onnntre deserveS at
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
The mtany triends at.d % -dish-f i
\1tni:DE4A I J. BOYD), beg b-ave respwee
fully to oitn:t:ate him as a "uitable and
or:M ai! oe for the ofliee of Coum iv
.r, sutject to the Primary Election.
Tiw n:iny frie,ds of W. W. HOUSEAL
*resou-'Pr his name to the voters of Newberry
iountv for nomination for Auditor at the
ensuing Primary E!eeio:". ind p'edge him
to abide the result of snid Eiection.
July 21, :30-tf.
The "ri.::,! of Cot. .JOHN R. LE.1VELL
would respectfully nominate hi:n for the posi
tionl of Ctu:n ty Auditor, l,nowing that he
w ill abide t.e decision of the Primary Elec
tion. Having filled t:.s ofliee acceptibly
in connection with that of Treasurer, for
a term of year--, all it: iutics are familiar
to him. and, it elected, he would discharze
its duties witi credit to himself and honor
to the County.
July 21, 30 -tf.
The many friends of JOHN K. NANCE
would respectfully nominate him for the
office cf County Auditor, subj,-ct, of course
to the Primary Election.
July 21, 30-tf.
We are requested to present the name of
E. R. KINGSMORE as a candidate for
County Auditor-subject to the Primary
Election. His clerical ability and outalifica
tions require no comment.
June :10, 27-tf.
FOR COUTY COMMISSIONER.
The many friends of H. M. DOMINICK,
SR., announce him as a candidate for the
offi -e of County Commissioner, subject to
the Primary Election. They feel convinced
of his fitness for this office.
July 28, 31-f.*
The friends of WM. A. HIPP respect
fully nominate him for the office of County
Commissioner, subject to the Primary Elec
July 21, 30-tf.
The fri.'nds of DAVID H. RUZH A'DT
present his name to the voters of Newberry
is a candidate for County Commi. ioner,
subject to the Primary Election.
July 21, :30-tf. *
The many friends of JAS. B. CLARY put
his name before the people at the comi ig
Primaty Election as a candidate for County
July 21, 30-tf.
The friends of ANDREW J. KILGORE
present him to the Democracy of Newberry
County for nomination for the office of
County Commissioner at the ensuing Pri
mary Election, and pledge him to abide the
result of said election. July 14, 29-tf.
MEssRS. EDITORS: Please announce AN
DREW J. LIVINGSTON as a candidate for
re-election as one of the County Commis
sioners for Newberry-subject to he Pri
Mr. Livingston and his friends prefer
that his record as a soldier and as County
Commissioner shall speak for him, and by
them he is willing to be judged.
July 14, 29-t f.*
The friends of J. 0. TURNIPSEED pro
Ipose him as a caudidate for the office of
County Commissioner-subject to the
Primary Election. His promptness, en
ergy and efficiency i'n the discharge of
duties heretofore entrustea to him specially
commend him to the confidence of the peo
ple. MANY FRIENDS.
July '7, 28-tf*
Capt. J. A. KIBLER having filled the of
fice of County Commissioner for eight years
before the war with entire satisfaction to
the people of this C,sunty, we nominate him
for that office, subject to the Primary Elec
tion. MANY FRIENDS.
July 7, 28-t f.*
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, 180-28-tf.*
The friends of G. C. RIDLEHUBER 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.
Y0B SCOOL COMITSIONEE.
Da. J. WILLIAM FOLK, of Township
No. 5, is announced as a candidate for
School Commissioner. He will abide the
result of the Primary Election and support
the regular nominees.
July 21, 30-tf.*
REV. J. D. SHIREY is hereby nominated
for the office of School Commissioner for
Newberry County. He will abide the re
sult of the Primary E!ection.
June 80, 27-tf.
HENRY S. BOOZER, having filled the
office of School Commissioner with entire
satisfaction to the people of this County,
we hereby nominate him for re-election
subject to the Primary Election.
Juine i0, 27-tf* THE PEOPLE.
J. Cs BOYD.
The man for School Commissioner should
be educated and an educator ; persevering,
prompt in all. his duties, and yet modest,
finding readily the nearest way both to the
head and heart of all classes of people.
Being called by his Master to teach in His
Church, only fits him the better for it else
where. Such an one is Rev. J. G3. Boyd,
who is herebyv nominated for that most im
portant office, and pledged to abide the re
suIt of the Primary }.lect.ion.
June 30, 27-tf,?
The many friends of DANIE L B. W HEE
LER prese~nt his name to the voters of
Ne wberry County for nomination feor Sherif'
at the ensuing Primary Election, and pledge
him to abide the result of said election.
July 21, :30-tf.
We are requested to announce C. W.
BISHOP as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff-subject to the Primary Election.
FOR CTERK OF COURT.
ME:ssas. EI:Toa:~ It is well knowni that
the term of office of our c'resent etficien'.
Clerk of Court, Mr. 1. P. CHA~LMERS, does
Inot expire until the latter puct of ne xt yea~r.
He has, however, announced his intention
not to claim the balance of his term, but to
go out of office in Novembter so as to save
the people the expense and trouble of ant
extra election during next year.
We th'erefore present himi to the people
for re-el.'tion, duject to the result of' the
Primary Election to be held by the Demo
cratic Party. MAN FaInSs.
July 14, 29-tf.
HON. JAS. N. LIPSCOMB.
We, citizens of Newberry, place in
Inomination the above named gentlematn
for Clerk of Court, knowing he will abide
the result of Primary Election.
June 1C~ ~5-tf.