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Special an& Loca,l.
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 22, 1880.
IXnDEx TO NEw ADvhgTISEYETS.
M. A. Carlisle-Notice.
Herald Book Store-Just In.
T. F. Greneker-Job Printing.
Thos. Q. Boozer-Rags! Rags!!
Whittet & Shepperson-Prospectun.
"Black Draught"--"Wine of Cardni."
C. Bart & Co.-New Store! New Stock!
C. F. Jackson-The Great Wonder of the
Hubbard Bros.-The Bonanza for Book
MeFall & Sa_terwhite-Notice-Notice to
J. B. Fellers-Notice to Creditors est. of L.
E. Folk. dec'd.
Silas Johnstone-Notice to Creditors est.
of John Hair, dec'd.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives.............-- 1 35 P M
Up mail closes at................ 1 00 P M1
Down Train arrives .......... 4 08 P SI
Down mail closes at.............. 3 30P M
Laurens Train arrives. ........ 9 28 A M
Laurens mail closes at........... 3 30 P M
Ofice hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M..
R. W. BOONE, P X
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 1880.
g- All communications relating to
t? rsonal interests will be- inserted at
-egular advertising rates, one dollar per
bquare, cash. in advance. tf
Mr. J. I. BATEs, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, 41 Park Row (Times- Building1, Nl-w
York. is anthorized to contract for adIver
tisemUents la the Newberry H EaALD at, our
best rates.. - I3-tf.
This paper may be fonnd on file at Geo. P.
Eowel-Co's Newspaper Advertising I::a
reaai (lo* SiaoOt.,) where advertising cou
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. -S. 'Bowers, post master At
Prosperity.s:our authorized agent :it
Any one having a good cow to dis
pose of will find a purchaser by apply
ing at the Har.n Office.
Every merchant in town closed his
store the 17th, and "all bands and the
cook" joined in the grand display.
R ags i Rags l!
Cash paid for Rags, at
39-2t. THos. Q. BooZER'S.
The Came Law.
Since the 15th instant one can kill as
many birds as he likes without violating
the Game Law;-provided he is a good
shot and can find the birds.
Do to Travel With.
A young lady came down the road on
Monday, and strange to say was unin
cumbered with either bag, bundle or
band-box. So rare an occurrence de
A kal package of "BLACK-DRAUGHT''
free of charge at
DE. S. F. FANT'S.
Two new t.rains were put on the G.
& C.R.R. Monday, the 20th. The up
train arrives ait Newberry at 12.53 A.
M.; the down train at 1.14 A. M.-they
meet at Helena. These are freight
trains with passenger coach attached.
Died of his Wounds.
Herbert Swittenberg, the negro who
attempted to commit suicide the 10th
by entting his'throat died in ja!i Thurs
day. the 16th, from the effects of his
wounds. His wife, whose head he
broke with an iron bar, is getting well.
Is invited to read the card of Messrs.
C. Bart & Co., in this week's paper.
This is an old. e.abli.hed and reliable
bouse ad we take pleasure in calling
attentkGm to it. Its facilities for business
are mhgreater than before the new
bulding was erected.
Baut, heith,and happinesfor ladies
in "WINE @FE CAIDUL"
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT.
*et4B'shRiver Charch Eriday
andI coued in session till Tuesday.
The attenilanee was good, and the ser
vices were interesting. Sunday the
.congregation was very large. There
was -preaehda-in the church and m the
aradoxamg and afteunoon. aad both
ptaceegroWdedwitr attentive lis
On a Tour of Inspection.
Col. Thos. W. Holloway, of Pomaria,
left home Monday for an extended and
protracted tonr through Maryland.
1?ennsylvania and New York. He goes
to attend the Fairs and to visit some of
the farmsa in those States, and will com.
bine information with pleasure. We
wish him a plasant and profitable jour
Maj. 3. K. G. Nance has been recomi
mended by the primaries of Newberry
for Auditdr. Major Nance is a brother
of F. W. R. and R.D. Nanee, ofDuie
West, and is a good man. Newberry
bas made a splendid selection in her
ticket. We propose to say more about
their good leek hereafter when we have
Dr. J. L. Speake's horse ran away
with his baggy Saturday on the way to
Bush River Church. The Doctor's wife
and sister were in the buggy, and
they were both thrown out and received
some painful bruises. Miss Speake had
her shoulder dislocated. 'The horse'
started to run opposite Mr. J. Belton
Werts', and ran to Bosh River, where
the buggy struck the bridge and smash
ed a wheel.
"BLCKaDRAUG&HT" makes chills
and fever impossible.
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT.
The Mystery Solved.
Numbers of people in Newberry
County have wondered how the thing
was done, and without having an eluei
dation on the subject have been long in
doubt. This need not be the case any
longer. If they will only take the trou
ble to look for the card headed "The
Great Wonder of the Age," and read it,
they will have a satisfactory solution of
the whole thing.
This. popular Institution regularly
opne its Fall Session on Monday un
The Roll of Honor.-The progress c
many a bright and promising scholar
often arrested and discouragemer
brought on by absence from schoc
caused in so many cases by a cougl
cold or sore throat. Give Dr.Bull
Cough Syrup and let you children ai
swer "present" when the roll is callet
The Circulating Medium
Is getting into the posession of a
classes now that cotton is flowing mt
the markets, and every man has caus
to congratulate himself that the sun
mer is ended and the hard times ovel
We can all live now for some mont
at least, even the hard-worked an
poorly paid editors. If this paragrap
strikes the eye of a man or woman wh
is not a subscriber to the HERALD, bu
who somehow or other reads it regular
ly wet respecfully ask that one to com
in and subscribe. We want your help
friends; let us have it.
"WINE OF CARDUI " for Ladies only.
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
The sick man of the HERALD is con
vaeseing, he ist up, about andoul
though not able to take a fuIband a
anything, and he is thankful. Out af
ter Tour weeks'close confnement,nmoBt
ly recumbent, on a milk and tea diet
the thermometer in the nineties, ani
all tie time -in pain, pain of all kinds
all grades, dull, heavy, crushing
sharp, incisive, deep-on the surface
in the bones, in the marrow-ugh
Wno would. not be thankful to be o1
rising ground after such an experience
[t was enough to try the soul not ti
mention the stomach. it is hoped tha
it is over, and he rejoices with joy tha
e can- eat again, the only drawbaci
being that the Primary barbecues anl
pic nics have drained the County of al
that was good.
Ninety-Six, S. C., April 14. 1879.
.I have been suffering from indiges
tion and dyspepsia for some time ; hac
no appetite. and was very restless a
night. I purchased a bottle of you
HEPATIC PANACEA, and was surprisei
bow rapidly I improved after a fe
doses. I used one bottle, and I res
well at night and have a good appetite
B. J. SPRATT.
or For sale to the trade by W. H
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E
Cheaper than Physicians' Bill,
"A Thing of Beauty is a Joy For
ever."-What is it ? Something pre
pared for woman only, and used b;
them exclusively. It is adapted espe
ially to cases where the womb is dis
ordered. and will cure all irregularitie
of the "menses" or "monthly courses,
by restoring the discharge, whethe
acute or chronic, in every instance.
Bradfield's Female Regulator, "WE
man's Best friend." is prep'ared by Dh
J. Bradfield, Atlantae, Ga., price $1.5
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. eos
Facts are Stubborn Things.
The purchase of Alaska was the onl,
territorial acquisition made by th
United States which has not proved
thorugly satisfactory investment, an
yet what does it matter so that as iin
dividuals we can make our own pum
hasers in china, crockery, glass-ware
etc., of those reliablc dealers, Messrn
Kingsland & Heath, of Columbia. ]
is an indisputable fact that you can ge
the full worth of your money by buyin,
of them. Try it and be convinced.
All persons who do not pay their ac
counts promptly at the end of eac
month are respectfully reguested t
oblige the undersigned by not askin,
him to make memoranda for them.
A. C. JONES.
Aug. 3. 1880. 32-tf.
E. .S. Coppock, agent for the cek
braed Studebaker Wagons, the best i
the United States. Another supply o
Edgefield Advertiser and Lauren
Herad copy 2 months.
Are you Sick?
If so, go to your nearest druggist c
store, and buy a box of Dr. Gilder'
Liver Pills. They will cure you. Yo
can find them in any store. 32-2n:
TomPSON, Dentist,.opposite Herald offic
Buy your Confectioneries of all kind
from A. C. Jones. 19-tf.
Blank Liens for supplies and for ren1
for sale at this office.
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobac
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MASS AND PILLs.
Adapted to chronic diarrha, constipa
tio, and scrofuia.-Hy. Latham, M. D
Pres't VilW-nia Medical Society.
Succesfully used in Dyspepsia, Chroni
Diarrea and Scrofula.-ProJ. S. Jacksoi
Eficient in antema; excellent appetizE
and blood purifier.-f. Fisher, M. D., Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostration, indigci
tion and chlorosis.-Gi. E. Mathews, M. D
Atine tonic and alterative, vy valuab]
in iseases pecular to females, cronic fi
ver and ague, bronchitis and diseases of tU
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. D
Very beneficial in strengthening and i
proving a reduced system.-Rev. Jno. V
Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Invaluable as a nervous tonic.-Hon. I. (
Recommended as a phryphalactic in Mt
lanri districts.-D. R. Fairex, M. D., N. 0.
R~estores debilitated systems' to health.
T. C.Mercer, M. D., Ind.
Used with great benelnt in Malarial Feve
and Diphtheria-. F. Dupon, M. D., Ga.
Of'great curative virtue.-Thos. F. Run
bold. M. D,. St. Louis.
Benecial in uterine derangements an
mualarious conditions.-G. M. Vail, M. D
Best remedy ever used in diseases of tl)
tiroat.-P. A. Sifferd. M. D., N. C.
Tonic. alterativye, diuretic; one of' naturf
greatest remedies.-Medical Association
Adapted in certain affections of the ki
neys and bladder; dyspepsia, lupus, chbo
c,sis, srofulous and cutaneous affections.
Prof. J. .J. Moorman, M. D., V a.
Relieves headache, promptly-both sic
and nervous.-Rev. E. C. Dodson, Va.
Sample supply sent free to any physicis
desiring to test. Pamphlets sent tree. Al
aly with each package. Water asit comn
from the Springs $4 per case of 6 gallons:
glass-$2.5U for 5 gallons, $4 for 10 gallon
$7 for 20 gallons in casks. Mass 50Ocen
and $1; $2.50 and $5 for half doZ. Pill
pure sga coated, 25c., SWc. and $1 packag
$1.25.$20 and $5 for half doz. Sent poi
paid anyw ere., This Massand Pils co
Lu.insin reduced Space all the cur~iVel~
if Quill Drivers.
is Mr. Henry Ewbank, travelling agent
it and correspondent of the Greenville
)l Daily News, was in town Friday. He
", represents a first rate paper; by long
' odds the best paper ever published in
l. The Charleston News and Courier was
represented at the grand Democratic
meeting at Newberry the 17th by Mr.
I N. G. Gonzales, a ready and pleasing
U writer and an indefatigable worker.
e Col. Wm. S. Dogan and Mr. C. H.
Beard, of the Columbia Regi.ster, were
in Newberry the 17th.
s To Subscribers.
A good many of our subscribers will
p find the red < mark opposite their
t names this week. It means that their
time of subscription has expired, and
we want them to renew with the cash,
promptly, as we cannot print our paper
without that necessary commodity. We
would like to continue the paper to all,
and will do so if renewals are made,
but otherwise we will be forced to dis
continue sending. We call upon those
who asked for indulgence through the
summer to come in and redeem their
promises. otherwise no further indul
gence will be given, and the accounts
will be placed in the hands of a col
lector. We mean business, and trust
that attention will be given this notice.
Mrs. Redus got back Saturday from
Intendant J. P. Pool returned Satur
day from Hendersonville.
Mr. Joseph H. Bouknight. of Charles
ton, spent last week in Newberry.
Mr. 0. P. Saxon is clerking for
Messrs. Fant & McWhirter, and Mr.
I Thomas Pritchard for Messrs. Wright
1 & J. W. Coppock. *
Mr. Abe Foot has returned, with his
bride. He has rented Mrs. Wardlaw's
place, on Calhoun Street, and will go to
t Miss Maggie McNinch, better known
r as "Maggie," the versatile correspon
I dent of the Newberry HERALD, is in
r town on a visit to the Senior's family.
Mr. L. P. W. Riser has built a new
store at Liberty Hall in the place of the
one burned down a short while ago.
le left for Charleston Friday to lay in
a stock of goods.
Mr. Eduard Scholtz has been in New
York for several days buying goods.
- But he has a more important mission
- to perform before his return: he will
r be married to-morrow (Wednesday)
evening at Flushing.
S The Election of County Commissioner.
In our last issue we stated that Mr.
r Livingston had beaten Col. Lester in
the primary election by seven votes.
-Our information was obtained from the
Sreports brought in from the different
Sprecincts, and not from the Manager's
returns: these returns were in the hands
of the County Executive Committee and
that Committee was in session when
Sthe paper went to press. Of course we
e had no doubt of the correctness of our
a report, and published it because we
i knew our readers would be anxious to
see the vote as soon as possible. Sup
-posing our report and figures to be cor
-rect and knowing there was no contest
, before the Committee we put the ticket
,in the HERALD, with Mr. Livingston as
tone of the County Commissioners in
stead of Col. Lester. But there was a
t mistakn in our figures; the mistake was
Smade by the person who brought in the
report of the vote at Jolly Street, he re
porting that Mr. Livingston received 39
votes at that precinct, when it should
Shave been 29. We made a mistake of
*one vote in copying the returns from
SNewberry precinct, putting Mr. Living
Sston's vote at 223 when it should have
been 222. So that instead of Mr. Liv
ingston's having a mnajority of 7 Col.
SLester hasA majority of 4.
The Executive Committee met the
14th instant, but owing to the absence
of the poll list from Glymiphville, it ad
journed before declaring the result of
the election. It met again the 17th,
and, after canvassing -the returns, de
' clared the following candidates the nom
i inees, in addition to those nominated at
the first primary elee:tion: For County
s Commissioner, Wmn. Lester; School
Commissioner. H. S. Boozer; Auditor,
J. K. Nance; Treasurer, U. B. Whites.
r The Answer of Dr. Folk.
s Dr. Folk ariswers what he calls our
i"erroneous" article of last week: his
-answer is printed in this issui. Our ar
e ticle was substantially correct, accord
ing to his own showing. We will no
s tice his answer seriatim.
1st. Dr. Folk is physician to the Jail
and Poor House under contract with
the County for ten months for $75-not
, twelve, as we said last week; but that
does not affect the issue. His bid and
the contract are on record in the offie
of the County Commissioners.
-2nd. No, there was no "If" in the
contract, either big or little, and we
didn't say there was.
3d. There is no use for the "If" in
the Dr.'s 3d paragraph, for he knows
that that is bis contract.
4th. The Dr.'s 4th proposition is em
inently correct and proper, but it doesn't
apply to this case.
5th and 6th. Whether it was at Dr.
C Dorroh's or "at or within .100 feet of
' Mr. Manguim's store" doesn't make a
rparticle of difference.
.7th. The bill was $41-we stand cor
The sarcasm of the learned Doctor is
.quite as incomprehensible to us as the
e Latin tongue is to him.
>Dr. Folk says the negro, Green Ow
. ens, was not in jail when he called to
-see him. He was in the custody of the
Sheriff's Deputy, and was, to all intents
and purposes, in jail, where he wvould
have been in a very short time after he
-was shot but for Dr. Folk's advice that
he be left for a while where he was.
r The Deputy had a wagon ready at the
-. j.oor to bring the negro down; but Dr.
Folk told the Deputy that the ride would
,be painful to him, and that he could at
tend him as conveniently where he was
eas at the jail-and he was therefore left.
s Does the Doctor want to deny this too?
i It is npt on record, but is easil rvd
i. if any proof is wanted. iyprvd
r The Doctor's services either come
~under his contr'ct "'Rh the County or
k he should have ma... - he charge against
his patient. That is exactly how the
1. matter stands; the publie understand it
thoroughly, and neither scribbling nor
~quibbling can atterit.
s Dr. Folk's volunteer defense of
a Messrs. Lester and Swittenberg is aito
't' gether unnecessary; it is not doubted
that they acted conscientiously. It is
~ sufficient evidence that we do not desire
THE 11TH IN NEVBERRYS
A Grand Rally of the Red Shirts!
A BIG DAY IOB THE DEOCRAUCI
The Democracy of Newberry County:
never fails to respond when the call is
made. The grand rally in Newberry
the 17th does credit to the people. A
large crowd was expected, but the
numbers that poured in from every sec
tion of the County exceeded the most
sanguine expectations. By 10 o'clock
the streets were ablaze with "red
shirts", and cheers and yells made the
welkin ring. The enthusiasm was
equal to that of the memorable cam
paign of 1876. The speakers say that
this County had the largest gathering
and the finest display that they have
seen since the campaign was opened.
The mounted men numbering eight hun
dred, assembled on College Hill, and
marched through the streets by the
Court House and on out to Cline's
Gro 7e, where the speaking took . place.
At th head of the column was the New
berry Cornet Band, playing inspiring
strains. The procession was under
command of Chief Marshal Jno. K.
Nance, and the following Assistant
Marshals: 0. L. Schum pert, L. V.
Simkins, D. M. Ward, S. S. Cunning
ham, E. G. Keitt, Wallace Cromer. J.
B. Campbell, Jno. W. Scott, L. W.
Bowers. T. J. Maffett, F. W. Fant, S.
W. Teague, W. W. Riser, 0. B. Butler,
B. H. Maybin, Warren Cannon, R. V.
Gist and J. B. Clary. Arriving at the
Grove the large gathering, swelled by
the infantry to large proportions, and
graced by the presence of many ladies,
were addressed by Gen. Johnson Ha
good, the nominee for Governor, Gen.
Jno. D. Kennedy, nominee for Lieuten
ant-Governor, Hon. Jno. Peter Richard
son, nominee for State Treasurer, Col.
D. Wyatt Aiken, no:ninee for Congress
from the Third District, and Maj. David
R. Duncan, nominee for'Solicitor of the
Seventh Circuit. Gen. Hagood dwelt
chiefly on the reforms brought about by
the Democratic party and gave a clear
financial record. His speech was com
pact, methodical and thorough-like the
man himself. We have not space for
it this week, but will give it to our read
ers in our next issue. Gen. Kennedy's
speech was somewhat supplemental of
Gen. Hagood's; and in addition he dis
cussed the benefits of the free school
system and showed how the Democratic
party is laboring to educate the rising
generation. Col. Aiken delivered a
fine address mostly upon National poli
tics; his denunciations of the Republi
can party as the party of fraud, corrup
tion and hate were earnest and scath
ing, and he supported his assertions
with proofs. Mr. Richardson's speech
was about State politics; he is quite an
attractive speaker, and his happy lan
guage and captivating address won the
audience. Maj. Duncan drew a com
parison between the two parties, or ra
ther he conte..ded that the Democratie
was the only party in the country, and
the Republican party is a faction; that
a party contends for principles and for
the common good of the country, while
a faction contends for men and for place.
The Republican party was a party when
it elected Lincoin. The language of
the leaders to the people then was.
"Your country"; afterwards when such
men as Sumner and Trumbull were in
power, it was "our country"; but now
tbe language of the leaders is "my
The speeches were of a varied char
acter, and were listened to with atten
The day passed off without an inci
dent to mar the success and the pleas
ure of the occasion, and will be long re
membered with pride and satisfaction.
No head-ache or back-ache for ladies
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Rev. W. S. Martin has secured a pat
ent for his harness attachment. By this
attachment a horse can be detached
from the shafts of a baggy instantly,
and it thus obviates all danger from
runaways. We gave a description of
the apparatus in the HERALD some time
The shooting season has opened, and
Messrs. McFall & Satterwhite com
mence by firing from both barrels, first
in a notice to creditors who are called
upon and expected to pay up their in
debtedness, and second a card calling
attention to their elegant new stock of
,goods, purchased with unusual care byI
the Senior. Their stock is full in varie
ty and well worth the attention of buy
A good old lady who never tells sto
ries, living near Beth Eden Church,
says she went into her garden Friday a
week ago, and found to her sorrow that
the worms were eating her cabbage so
rapidly that the chance for crout seemed
slim. She stripped off some of the bot
tom leaves and placed thlem on top, in
tending to take them off next morning.
She forgot all about it until Sunday, but
could not go for the worms on that day,
for as before stated she is a good old
lady; Monday, however, she went for
them, and found as many as thirty on a
leaf. Her cabbage is safe.
Take "BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you
will never be bilious.
For sale by Dii. &. F. FANT.
Various and all About
Just six weeks till Hancock's elec
To-day, the 21st, is the equinox: the
(lay and night are of equal length.
The G. & C. R. R., has two new en
gines, just purchased from the Pittsburg
The health of Newberry, Town and
County, was never better at this season
of the year.
Court opened at Laurens Monday,
and will continue in session two weeks.
Judge Kershaw is presiding.
The people were greatly disappointed
Friday in not having Senators Butler,
HamptoD and Vance to speak to thema.
Tickling induces laughter, except
tickling in the Throat, which causes
coughing.-at once removed by Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. 25 cents a bottle.
Mr. Jno. S. Fair has raised some very
fine potatoes of the Peruvian and other
s,.ietis from secimens sent to him
The Second Pi
Newberry C. H... 205 235
Gibson's Store... 36 41
Maybinton ...... 14 11!
Cromer's Store.. 36 15
Jalapa ......... 22 12;
Longshore's Store 30 56i
Williams' Store... 10 14;
Dead Fall........ 15 19
Prosperity....... 149 192
Jolly Street...... 38 8
Pomaria......... 12 551
Glymphville...... 35 28
Total......... 602. 649'
orney's Life of Cen. Hancock.
It is a singular fact that the most
eulogistic and exhaustive campaign
)iography of Gen. Hancock should he
Nvritten by one whose pen and tongue
>or years have done the most signal ser
rice for the Republican party. Col.
John W. Forney,of Philadelphia, whose
-eputation as a graceful and forciblo
writer and man of letters, is so well
-nown both in this country and Europe,
i pet of republican administrations, and
nost of the time an office holder for 20
rears, has not only severed his connec
ion with the Garfield crowd, but has
brown all his ability and enthusiasm
into the campaign for the Democratic
andidate; the most important service
)f which is a full and exhaustive life of
Gen. Hancock. It is destined to high
rank as a campaign biography.
rhough different in politics, the author
.nd the subject have been intimate life
long friends, and Col. Forney has per
sonal knowledge of most of the brilliant
achievements of Gen. Hancock and of
all the circumstances connected with
them. Added to this, Gen Hancock
has so approved his works as to place at
his disposal his personal memoranda,
correspondence, official and private pa.
pers. With such facilities the work
ill be absolutely full and authentic,
the standard on the subject.
As a biographer, Col. Forney will be
to Gen. Hancock what Boswell was to
Johnson, Lockhart to Walter Scott, or
Abbot to Bonaparte. It is a "Labor of
Love," actuated by a grand enthusiasm
and carried out with a degree of ability
and grace that will place it in the front
ank of American biographie-3.
The career of the brilliant soldier,
ith an army record extending through
35 years, is worthy of such a pen. It
s full of event and is soon to be crown
d by the more important one of a
ranefer to the White House, which will
ake the book one of permanent value,
t will be sold by subscription and will
urely meet with a large sale.
It is being published by the well
kmown house of Hubbard Bros.,, Atlan
oems and Sketches.
We take infinite pleasure in calling
be attention of the readers of the HER
ALD to the pleasing fact that our in
elligent correspondent "Maggie" will
t an early day give to the public a
ook of Poems and Sketches. The
work is now in the hands of the pub.
ishers, Messrs. Whittet & Shepperson.
Richmond, Va., as will be seen in the
advertisement in another column. We
eel assured that this little volume will
ave a warm welcome from the man3
ho have for so long a time been ca
ered to so agreeably through the HER
ALD. We bespeak an earnest interest
We shall give due notice of its ap.
earance, and will be glad to receivE
September 16, 1880, by Rev. J. B. Camp
ell, Mr. A. M. TEAGUE sto Miss SALLLI!
ILGOE--all of. Newberry County.
Sept. 10, 1890, by Rev. W. B. Elkins, Mr
CAs. 3. FLOYD, of Newberry County
iss FANNIE BooKEART, of Fairfiekc
Miss COREIE NATEs, a daughter of Mr. A
. and Mrs. Emma Nates, than whom non
ade fairer to sur,rive the years of youth
nd share the common heritage-of more ma
ture years as allotted to the human family,
died very suddenly Monday, the 13th, oJ
Bilious Fever, after an illness of only foui
days. The bereaved have our h eartfelt syai
ahy. T EACHER.
Sep. 15, 1880.
PE RRT, IHOUsTON COUNTY, GA.
We have known "Swift's Syphilitic Spe
cific" tested in hundreds of obs tinate cases of
.whilis, Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula,
tc. It made the most perfect and perma
nent cures in every case.
HUGH L. DENNARD, ELI WARREN,
AM D. KILLEN, J. WV. WVIMBERLLY,
Judge Co. Court, J. C. GILBERT, Drug'c,
J. L. WARREN, of J- W- MANN,
J. W. Lathorp & Co., County Treasurer,
Savanns.h, Ga. Wx. D). PIERCE, Sheriff,
ED JACKsoN, C. C. DUNcAN.
Dep't CI'k S'up'r Ct. DAT & GoRIJoN.
We are acquainted with the gentlemen
whose signatures appear to the above certifi
ate. They are citizens of said County, of
the highest respectability and character.
A. S. GILES, Ordinary Houstc2 Co.,'Ga.
D. H. CULLER,
Clerk Superior Court, Houston Co., Ga.
I am personally acquainted with the pro
prietors, and many of the gentlemen whose
sigatures appear to the foregoing certifi
cates. They are men of high character and
standing. A. H. COLQUITT,
Governor of Georgia.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Pro
prietors, Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by Da S. F. F AN T.
Call for a copy of "'Young Hen's Friend."
Sep. 8, 37-im.
Appliution will be made to the Generanl
ssembly of South Carolina, at its niext
ession, for a Gharter re-incorporating the
resbyery of South Gar olina.
Aug. 18, 34-3m.
G. W. ABNE Y.
- 11, 1834O.
C. Com'r. Treasurr Avditor.
225 222 131 324' 231E 221
32 8 35 6 201 21
19! 4 4 21 3! 22
15 38 32 22 28 26
1 32, 18 6 1'2
8 76 20 651 65, 19
10 14! 11 13 14 10
15 17 18' 15' 20; 13
233' 103' 245i 106 123 225
16 29, 25 20' 10 36
18 50 29 39 54 14
34 29 35 28 23 40
6261 62211 6032 675 604 668
NEWBERRY, S. 0,, Sep. 21, 1880.
Ordinary........................ 9 a 91
Good Ordinary................... a 9,
Low Middling ................... 9i 934
Good Middling ........ ..........10; a10;
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Currenit.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New.......6 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 6
Sides, C. 26, New............ 1
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, tiew........... 71
Sides, C. it., New........... a 10)
Sides, Long Clear.......
Canvassed Hams, (Magno)ia) 15
Leaf Tierces ........... 12
Leaf, in Buckets........... 121
Extra C.................. 11
Coffee C ................ 10
New Orleans................... 10
Demarara....... ............. 9
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Gunpo der.id ..................i
Y oung Hyson...............5
Roasted or Parched..... 25
Best Rio.............. 25a
Shods Riow............ 2.
Cider .,New........... a 0
PLowd,eredI................0. 1 0
COCeTAeD Y............. 10
AEw reanS................ 10
ARO NIS er Orlenh.lase 50
Litifderinlers.... 50 ee ndn
PakrhDadidge Webiner.. 65
in th nboe tted.................a8
dTAR)i CNDLErS.......... 188,t 5h~ ihs
bidder, alph ner...... the.. 6.00nant,0
ENGLIcH onDhoA. ............... Lev
AXLE REA.............. 10 c
SherACCsOffi......... Se.....6a 13iSO -..
HryO TS. penr, Adunch...f.........te 5f
REDo S.VE SEEDer dec...... P20icW
aantSrEW BrT,S, Maep . Wright,0
Listy of advertised andttters, efend-n
Seplai8, 188 :elLn,t AdProa
- iauuna,yelsnt omaebs, Misc Nra
Byelso, Sofmon Orerts,ei heltn ve
Parkl el, DatNbrid WebL.ster, oiss
Firtie onalling obeters.xt wihplease a
lealhurgo a tothahgest id:
thBRy virte of Exeation oer diete
inae stuaoesated teclagse, Lwil el, in
hewberrty Courtat fos,ithntainieg
woressl, mone rstn ond, (be
aidse,altetrt of the .D.efend& olmbant,i
GoadrAgemal W. k. Fralacerandtac o
esthsadland toituate d in twrr ont seaat
otoe are ah, pon toiai e Sxhibired
redito tSelveentcrs, morliierles, frod
dabfae oundsued by-ndof.. Speomnd ofrs.
pedrchaster andarortgyg of he W.prooks.
TRsAcs.Purchaser to pay forpae.
J. .B. WE ER, . s . c.
Se.t" Of5, e 38 p. 1,18. -t
JTATOSOT R CROLINA
4enr H.Wnard, Rolls. Bagging.ae o
700o Lds. Arswdeces. lit
agans N aahE MA rIN Mar F.riht
NAncyg. Ma ael, ndoter,efnd
oplint tof FeiLnd oAi esnalm nty
Byovicte f he rebr psedn thewl akoe
sae aseemn th of th d.a of euben180
lega Chick, ofesa, o the ProbhesCt iden
ny,the 4Ethay ofcboS.rBowers, de
S. Chick, dec'd., in the Probate Court on
we,. in. ma a nr October. 188& at
DR. S. F. FANT,
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Otters Imported and Indigenous Drugs.
Staple and Rare Chemicals.
Foreign and Domestic Medical Prepara
Fine Essential Oils and Select Pow .1
New Pharmaceutical Remiuii.
Special attention is called to the tollow
ing Standard Preparations:
FANT'S Liver Regulator.
FANT'S Elixir o' Calisaya with PyroIphos
phate of Iron.
FANT'S Compound Fluid Extract of Buchu.
FANT'S Compound Extract of Queen's fDe
light and Sarsapar'lla, with Iodide
FANT'S Soothing Syrup.
FANT'S Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
FANT'S Ague Cure-well known to every
one in the County, having been
thoroughly tested in fever and
Guratine and Iron Bitters-the great
Sole Agent for Swift's Syphilitic Specific,
the Great Eliminator of all lopurities of the
Blood. The cure for ?crofula. Rh--uma
tism, Neuralgia and all Nervous A fee:ions.
Buckeye Pile Ointment, a specific for
I also otter the largest assortment of
Lamps, Soaps, Perfumery, 11air Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, and Toilet Artic!ls, oif ev
ery description, at the very lowest prices.
Call and examine for yourselves.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours of the day and night.
Mar. 71, 14-tf.
J. H. GAILLARID would respectfully cal! I
the attention of his friends in Newberry
and adjoining Counties, to the fact that he
is now with PEOPLES & JOHNSON, who
have on hand a full stock of Hardware of
every kind, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Buggy and Wagon Material, Belting, from
2 to 6 inches, which they propose to sell at
LOWEST CASH PaRcE4. Please. call and see
me and verify the above.
Sep. 15, 38-3t.
Louis Pitts, Jr., colored, left my place
about two weeks ago without cause. He
was under written contract to work for me
during the year; and I hereby warn all
persons from hiring or harboring him.
ASA C. WORKMAN.
Sep. 10, 1SSO. 3S-4t.
H. H. P.
IF YOU GET SICK
From Biliousness and call a physician, nine
cases out of ten he will give you the same
Unless he gives you (',.OM.1.. Many con
stitutions cannot stand Calomel, and it is
generally considered injurious to the phy
sical system. There is
HLL'S HEPA TIC PANACEA,
And if take2 in time will save you the ex
pense of a physi.cian and his prescription.
Sep. 15, 34-1y.
NEWBE RRY, S,_C.
THREE COURS of Instruction: CLAS
SCAL, PHILOSOPHICAL and SELECT.
presenting the vcry best opportunities for
thorough preparation for college.
Special advantages afforded to those de
siring to pursue an English Course.
Board in private fami!ies, including fuel,
lights, furnished room and washiing, S12 per
month. Tuition, 530 to $56 per session of 10
Next session begins
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1880.
For particulars, address
G. W. HOLLAND, President.
Aug. 11, 33-2m.
This commodious edifice, situated on
MAIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S. C., and
known as the
is now open, and invites the people one and
all to call and know what can be done at all
hours, to wit: An~ Extra Good Breakfast,
Dinner, or Supper, for TWENTY-FIVE
Forty or fifty regular boarders will be
taken at proportionately low rates.
The convenience of location, excellent
spring water, well turnished table, etc.,
commend this house to every oue.
Oct. 16, 42-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Henry Hiendrix hath made
suit to mec to grant himi Letters or Ad
ministration of the Estate and eifects of
Rebecca Hendrix, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and
appear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court 1loue., S. C.,
on the 27th day of Septemnber 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. Giveni wnder my Hand, this 11th
day of September, Anino Dominii, 188S0.
J. B. FE L LERS, Jr. r. N. C.
Sep. 1.5, 38S-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob b. Fellers, Probate Judge.I
Whereas, kenry Henudrix, hath made
suit to me, to grant him Letters of Admin-n
istration, of the Estate and effects of Eliza
beth Hendrix, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, that they be and ap
pear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Newberry Court 11i;u~e, S. C.,
Pianos juna orans.
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Leser o Amiistein oftedeeir
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1oderbe rnted. Gvnudrm d
Ores prohday fAug.uded tno.Dmii
Aep. 1, :-t.
STATICE SOF CALIN.
he JHon. J.. Felir's, Judbe f Pobae,.
vilrl el,oth he 1st fOtobe, nto gat. 10i
etr~ok Ad.,a the reidne of te late~r
oeaned. Lei,deesd th -olwn r
Tlese arf perfrety: ciC:dmle, TH,
nl and Cintlr Bad, Wh-r andts,iFr
og Imements,( Hoeseholdh taed ithe nd
aurnt, &ec.r Tem,i h or of ProA-H
se. , 37-th.1t a f coe e
fer pbatio heEat iocokn
.mi be graated fre Wu K er FOUand
thEASES.J..AFlsor~ YLoW FEVE.te
io'clckA.ed a tDNEGEN eidch o e lpem all nte
Jdney and Leinar drgans, revn depto tin th
heiwles ofugs gCSUivm pr;e:n: str:ent, IIgran
ei tand (i n tin, Wa alimates, Fouarm-t
ibg system UrJike anotd predationforne
mitu, ithac. veryso pes:-taageeb:f tst
ad illnotnaeat. EndleESes A. ill
Se. , n Cntemn il ir NG.h
.mp, wh ich '%mi ID 'GENt be sold (without li
6: up A b .Qur.e .ICottfor Gene-al andFa EJs ',
LWR nd & MA RT!N P'sCicoIM, I
41-:oueld by Dug, Gxer ;d Desanal overyhe
W ANy adUn,r Tga~ EmvLgd.pst i
S''.'sp, 'whieh ~ca mait s KID::EG ~N to be sold (without II
conse) by dr ,groees and otzier pexsozaSevOr~7WheFe.
.i'u! up Li. Quar'.s itie ~ G,nae,aZ and FaatZji Z~c.
LAWRNC~ & MAP.T!PII. P!op'rs, Chicago, III.
~7~sAd tiny J)ru ga~ta, Creetirs ~aa~ OuaIe~ @Veywbn.