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Special and Local..
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6. 1880.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
E. P. Mathews-Notice.
E. P. Chalmers-Notice.
Ford's Musical and Comedy Comedy.
John C. Dial- Hardware and Cutlery.
$John S. Fair-To Contractors-Notice.
M. L Kinard-A Grand Boom in Clothing.
J. B. Fellers-Complaint to Sell Lands, &c.
Desi,ortes & Edmands-New Store in Col
Wright & J. W. Coppock-Fall and Winter
Matilda Bedenbaugh and John A. Bedcn
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 35 P M
Up mail closes at................ 1 00 PM
Down Train arrives ........... 4 08P M
Down mail closes at.............. 3 30 P NM
Laurens Train arrives. .......... 9 28 A M
Laurens mail closes at... ... ... 3 30 P M
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 180.
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Mrs. Carlisle, of Union County, died
the 27th ultimo. She was the mother
of Dr. R. C. and Mr. M. A. Carlisle of
Mr. Pierce Martin, Express Messen
ger on the Laurens Rail Road, died of
typhoid fever at the home of his bro
ther, Dr. B. E. Martin, at Laurensville,
the 29th instant. He was about twen
ty-five years of age, and a young man
of excellent character.
The night of the 28th ultimno a Gold
Locket. The finder will please leave
it at this office.
A New Policeman.
Mr. W. W. Caldwell has been chosen
policeman in place of Mr. Jno. A. Ki
To Builders and Contractors.
See advertisement of Town Council
for bids to build a Town Hall, and
for building an addition to the Market
"WiNE OF CARDUI" four times a day
makes a happy household.
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT.
An Oyster Supper
Was given by the Star of Peace Lodge
dayv night in McCaugh:-in's Hall.
attendance was small and the pre
amount t-> a little more than ex
-poites & Edmunds.
We invite attention to the advertise
ment in the HERALD of Messrs. Des
portes & Edmunds, of Columbia. They
have a full line of goods of excellent
quality, and offer special inducements
'.6LACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep
:sia, ijidigestion and heartburn.
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
alohn C. Dial, of Columbia.
We invite the attention of our read
ers to the advertisenment of this old and
reliable Hardware house, one of the
largest and best establishments of the
kind in the South.
The County Fair
Begins tomorrow (Wednesday), and
the prospects are good for a large turn
out and a fine display.. Tbe railroads
have kindly given very low rates for
passengers and free transportation for
articles to be exhibited.
"WIE OF CARDUI" makes rosy
-3:eeba sd clear complexions.
~' pgaie by Da. S. F. FANT.
M. L iad
The gry Columbia Clothing flous
of M. L. Kin"'r:1 has5 laid in a large an
select stock of' ?4ll and Winter Clioth.
ing, which will Ue wid at the lowesi
prices, and to which. h.e 4,iIs the at
tention of the public. & M *34ver
tisement in the HERALD.
Cars and Cotton Burned.
A car load of cotton was burned at
Hodges, on the G. & 0. R. R., Friday,
and another car load was burnedi'four
miles this side of Ninety-Six Saturday
morning; the cars were burned,witl
hp,~~ln . u
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.
I have just returned from the North
ern markets with an elegant and full
stock of Fine Watches. Jewelry, Clocks,
Silver and Plated-Ware and Musical
Instruments. Fine China Tea Sets,
Cups and Sacers, Flower Vases, Toilet
Sets, &c. Please call and examine my
stock. EDUARD SCIIOLTZ.
40-3t Watchmaker and Jeweler.
20.000 choice Cigars in stock and for
sale cheap, at
40-It A. C. JONES'.
It Makes No Difference.
The Greenback movement gives un
easiness to the weak-kneed, but we
know of men who are not in the least
troubled, Greenback or specie makes
but little difference to them so that they
get a reasonable amount of either in ex
change for their goods. We allude to
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, the large
and popular dealers in China, Glass,
Crockery-ware, &c. They have a va
ried and elegant stock which they sell
at low prices; and cordially invite the
public to visit their store in Columbia.
Choice lot of Fine French Candies
just received at
40-4t A. C. JONES'.
National Surgical :nstitute.
One of the Surgeons of this old and
notable Institute will visit Newberry,
S. C., Oct. 20th and 21st, 1880, stopping
at the Simmons House.
The object of this visit is to give the
afilicted an opportunity for examina
tion at or near their homes, thus saving
hopeless cases the expense of a trip to
Atlanta. A careful examination will
be made, and patients can learn if their
I cases are curable or can he benefitted,
and whether it will be necessary for
them to visit the Institute. In such
cases as can be cured, or treatment be
gun at home, arrangements can be
made with our visiting Surgeon, and
treatment commenced at once.
Cases of Deformities and Chronic Dis
eases will be examined, such as Club
Feet, Diseases of the Hip, Spine and
Joints, Paralysis, Piles, Fistula, Catarrh,
Female and Private Diseases, and Dis
eases of the Eye, Ear, etc.
c; Come early. as the visit is limited
to the time stated. For circulars and
fall particulars, address
NATIONAL SUnrICAL INSTITUTE,
40-3t. Atlanta, Ga.
The best Fruit in the market always
to be found at
40-4t A. C. JONES'.
Ninety-Six. S. C., April 14. 18'79.
I have beca suffering from indiges
tion and dyspepsia for some time ; had
no appetite. and was very restless at
night. I purchased a bottle of your
HEPATIC PANACEA, and was surprised
how rapidly I improved after a feyv
doses. I used one bottle, and I rest
well at night and have a good appetite.
B. *J. SPRATT.
gr For sale to the trade by WV. H.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
Shoats, Sows and Pigs for sale cheap
for cash. Apply at this office. 40--2
Cheaper than Physicians' Bill.
"A Thing of Beauty is a Joy For
ever."-Whiat is it ? Something pre
pared for woman only, and used by
them exclusively. It is adapted espe
cially to cases where the womb is dis
ordered. andl will cure all irregularities
of the "menses"~ or "monthly courses,"~
)y restoring the discharge, whether
acute or chronic, in every instance.
Bradfield's Female Regulator, "W~o
man's Best friend." is prepared by Dr.
J. Bradfield, Atlanta, Gai., price $1.50
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. eow
Fine assortment of Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, Smokers' Articles,
Pipes, &c., at
40-4t A. C. JONES'.
ToPom Dentist, opposite Herald office
Visitors to the Fair will find it will
pay them well to buy from my stock,
either at store or at my stand on the
40-2t A. C. JONES.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Mr. W. C. Hunter will have charge
of my goods on the Fair GiNunds. Buy
all the time from him, early and often.
40-2t . A. C. JONES.
Bedfo:d (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MAsS AND) PILLS.
Adapted to chronic diarrhoea, constipa
tion, and scrofula.-Hy. Lathamn, M. D).,
Pres'L Virginia Medical Society.
Successfully used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
Diarrhoa5 and Scronla.-Prol. S. Jackson,
E,.ftcient in anaima; excellent appetizer
and blood puritier.-ii. Fisher. M!. D) , Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostration, indiges -
tion and chlorosis.-G. E. Mathews, M. D.,
A ine tonic and alterative, very valuable
in diseases peculiar to f'emales, chromic fe
ve- and ague, bronchitis and di:seases of the
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, 31. D.,
Very beneficial in strengthening and mn
proving a reduced system.-Rev. Jno. W.
Beckwith, Bishop of Ga.
Iivaluable as a nervous tonic.-Hon. I. C.
Rtecomended a.s a phiryphalactic im Ma
laai districts.--D. R. Fairex, M!. D., N. 0
R~estores debilitated systems to health.
T. C. Mercer, M. D., Ind.
Used with great beniei% in Malarial Fever
nd Diphtheria.-s. F. Dupon, M. D., Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-Thios. F. Rum
bold. M. D,, st. Louis.
Bieneeald in uterine derangements and
ma'.rious conditions.-G. M!. Vail, M. D.,
Best re edy c"- ; used in diseases of the
throat.-. A. Slit 3,. P., N C.
Tonic. alteiative, dingetie; one of n4tures
greatest remnedies.-MeiCal Associatton of
Adapted in certain affections of the kid
neys and bladder; dyspepsia, lupus,.chlor
sis, srofulous and cutaneous afrections.
Prof. ). J. Moorman, M. D., Va.
Relieves headap~e, promptly-both sick
and nervous.-Rev.' E. .. Dodsoni, Va.
Sample supply sent ree to apy hysician
desy:jg.to test. Famphletssent yes. 4n
aly-is y;.th each package. Water as it.cQnies
from t -nfgs $4 per case of e gallons in
elass-2.5 ) gallons, $4 for 10i gallons,
. - for 20 gion5 4n casks. Mass 50 cents
an' $;$.50 and ~5 fpr Jialf doz. Pills,
pur s. a coa.e- , ~~all the cura~iv packge
S1.2~. ~ and $~ for' half ~6z. ~S&~it post
paid anyivilere. Tids 35a.ss and ?~l~s ~ipn:
I t,~i~ in reduced space all the cuViil~.)~
Ford's Comedy Company
Will play tc -night (Tuesday) and
Wednesday night in Thespian Hall.
The Balti-sore Sun, in speaking of the
Company, says, "It is the best Mr. Ford
has had on the road for many years",
and the papers everywhere are lavish
in praising it. Do not miss this oppor
tunity of seeing a good play.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costive
ness and Sick-Headache.
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
Mr. J. B. Leonard has moved into
the house on Pratt Street lately occu
pied by Mr. U. B. Whites.
' Mr. A. W. Hamiter has moved into
the house lately occupied by Mr. Leon
Mrs. Nancy Wicker has moved in
her new house on Cline Street.
Wright & J. W. Coppock
Have one of the finest stocks of Fall
and Winter Clothing ever brought to
this market. Their stock has been pur
chased with great care and on the best
terms, and will be sold at bottom prices.
They guarart e satisfaction in price,
style and quality. Don't fail to give
them a call.
Forty years' trial :s proved "BLACK
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Religious Notes from the Lutherai. .Aitor.
Last Sunday was a day of much in
terest to the Lutherans in Newberry.
The holy communon was celebrated
and eleven persons-one by certificate
and ten by confirmation-received in
the church. The communion was un
usually large; the pastor was assisted
in the distribution by Prof. Holland.
Rev. J. A. Sligh confirmed i.welve
members at St. Paul's, at his tom
munion service on last Sunday. Rev.
Sligh has confirmed, at that church
alone, within the last twelve years, 180
A Prosperous Colored Man.
Wm. Tobe, a tolored man living in
Heller's Township, is showing what
hard work and economy can do. By
dint of industry and saving he has been
enabled to buy a nice little farm, which
he is working to great advantage. ie
planted this year eleven acres in cotton.
From this he has already got seven
bales, weighing 450 pounds each, and
says he will get three more: this
amounts to a little over a bale per acre,
counting a bale at 400 pounds. The
only fertilizer he put under his cotton
was 100 pounds of dissolved bone to the
Meeting at Longshore's Store.
An interesting meeting at Long
shore's Store, in Township No. 6
(Floyd's), took place on Saturday after
noon last. Y. J. Pope and Jno. C.
Wilson were present by invitation to
address the people on the politics of the
day. There was a very good assembly
of colored voters along with a very re
spectable turnout of the whites of that
neighborhood to hear the speeches.
Much pleasure was expressed at the re
sult. A rousing majority for the Na
tional, State and County tickets may be
expected from this precinct in Novem
Ford's Comedy Company.
This excellent company will appear
in Thespian Hall for two nights, 5th
and 6th, presenting the celebrated mu
sical comedy of "Fun on the Pacific".
John T. Ford, owner of this Company,
is one of the largest Managers in the
United States, and generally plays only
in the largest cities of the South. He
was induced to come to Newberry two
nights Fair Week by Belton Gilreath,
Manager of the Gilreath Opera House.
Greenvilie, anid our people should give
him a rousing reception so as to secure
visits every season from his fine Comn
panies. He plays in Columbia, the 7th,
Charlotte, the 8th, and then goes to
Baltimore Fair Week, playing in Ford's
Grand Opera House, owned and man
aged by himself. Don't fail to see him.
"WINE OF CARDUI " cures irregular,
painful, or difficult menstruation.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Mr. Farr, of Chick Springs, is in town.
Mr. A. J. Jones is clerking for Mr.
Harris at Union.
Mrs. J. F. Speck, of Lincolnton, N.
C., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr s.
Col. Thos. W. Holloway has returned
from his Northern tour. We expect
him to tell the readers of the HERALD
something of his trip.
Col. T. Stobo Farrow, Clerk of the
Senate, and editor of the Spartanburg
Hemld, was in town a short while
Thursday on his wvay to Laurens.
Maj. Peter Hair, of Greenville, father
of Capt. J. S. Hair, was in Newberry
last wveek. He holds his own remark
ably well, andl looks at least ten years
younger than he is.
i.ieut. J8. A. Garlington, of the 7th
Cavalry, a son of Gen. A. C. Garling
ton, has leave of absence from his comn
n'end, and is spending some time in
Silas Johnstone, Esq., got back Mon
day fromn Toronto, Canada. He went
there as lZepr.eseptativs fromn South
Carolina to tbe Grand Lodge of ths
World of the Independent Order of Odd
ICongressional Campaign--S t o I b r a n d
Speaks, and Johnstone Replies to Him.
It was circulated among the "faith
ful" that Gen. Stolbrand, Republican
candidate for Congress from the Third
District. was to speak at the Court
House Saturday. The news was spread
among the negoes in a way peculiar
to the rads, by a sort oif underground
teleg:aph. The Democrats knew no
thing of the :inticip:ated meeting till
Saturday morning. There was a pret
ty large crowd of colored people in
town, but on account of the delay to the
down train, upon which Gen. Stolbrand
came, many had ler; before the speak
ing began. The meeting was held in
front of the Court House. The speaker
was introduced by Henry Kennedy, the
County Chairman. He spoke for about
an hour, but failed to awake any enthu
siasm. lie said that in the coming con
test every Republican is expected to do
his duty and vote for Garfield and Ar
thur. The Republicans cheered for
Garfield, and the Democrats answered
back with hurrahs for Hancock. The
cheering continued for some time, and
most of the rads present wanted to ad
journ to the Hoge School House; but
Stolbrand said, "No; I'll speak right
here; I have served my country in
peace and wnr, and I'm not afraid of
the devil." IHe said the sick and weak
Republicans are dead and a regenera
ted Republican party holds up its head
as high as any party under the stars of
Heaven. If the principles of the Re
publican party are not carried out the
country will suffer in finances and in
business. The Democrats condemn the
RepubliFans for what occurred a few
years ago; but those days are gone, and
the Republican party is regenerated.
There was a time when the Southern
States were arrayed against the North.
After that was ended all honest men
accepted the situation. The Democrats
do not want to put the negroes back
into slavery, but if they get control of
the general government they will put
them in a condition worse than the
slavery which they have escaped, and
the 14th and 15th amendments will be
disregarded. All men have the right
to cast their ballots as they choose; this
is what the Republicans are contending
for, and we will have it because the
Constitution of the United States and of
South Carolina guarantee it. The
timidity that at times has shown itself
in .the Republican party is gone. We
understand our rights and are deter
mined to have them. We find fault
with the Democratic party because they
have not cai ed out what they prom
ised. Their public schools is a nullity.
The government is so carried on that
we do not get our rights. Their mem
bers in Congress advocate the rights of
money and capital, and not the rights
of the people. The Democratic party
got into power in 1876, not because it
was stronger, but because there were
certain wrong-doers among the Repub
licans. WVe arraign the Democratic
party for not punishing those wrong
doers. You cannot say in 1.880 that the
Republican painy consists of thieves.
In all human institutions bad men
sometimes get into power. Speaking
of Garfield, he said: We find him first
in Ohio about 15 years of age driving a
mule on the towpath; later President
of a College; then State Senator ; then
in the army; then in Congress; elected
last January to the U. S. Senate, and
nominated at the Chicago Convention
for the Presidency. There has never
been a man, Demccrat or Republican,
with equal qualifications, experience
and ability. Some one asked. How
about the Credit Mobilier? and he said
Garfield was fcee from blame. He
spoke of Hampton's Staunton speech,
and repor ted him as saying "the issue
now is the same that Jackson and Lee
After Gen. Stolbrand had concluded,
George Johnstone, Fsq., asked p)ermis
sion of the Chairman to reply, which
was g:anted. Some of the Republican
politicians tried to lead the crowd of
colored men away, but it didn't work;
they stayed and listened to his speech.
Mr. Johinstone was frequently interrup -
ted by questions from the Republicans,
as Gen. Stolbrand had been by the
Democrats-both speakers took the in
trruptions good naturealy. Mr. John
stone began his speech by saying that
the people ought to hear both sides of
political questions. The Democratic
party relies for its support and success
upon the underlying plrinciples of that
party. I am here as a South Carolin
ian, to address you as South Carolinians.
This country belongs to us, white and
black, and not to him who heralded his
approach by the boom of cannon and
by the bombardment of a defenceless
city occupied by helpless women and
children. (This referred to the firing
upon Columbia by Stolbrand while
commanding Shernman's artillery.) He
He showed up Garfield's complicity
in the Credit Mobilier scheme, the
DeGolyer Pavement contract, the Lou
isiana Returning Board in 1876, and the
8 to 7" Commission. He pressed upon
the colored men their inconsistency in
wanting Grant for President because of
his record as a Federal General, and
then refusing to vote for Hancock who
was only second to Grant in command
and his equal in the services rendered
the Union cause.
The speech was three hours in length
and had a dlecided effect upon the col
Gen. Stolbrand lea. on the 1 o'clock
accommodation train for Columbia.
Old John Robinson's
Show yesterday was a grand success
not only in point of the attendance,
which was imamense, but 'in the ex
celenee the variety and completeness
of the exhibition. To tell of the many
wvonderful animals the fine horses and
sprightly dogs, the marvellous feats of
horsemanship apd gymnnastics, the wit
ticism of Lowlow, that prince of clowns,
and countless other featnres would lead
fii~ h'vnnd thn limits of our suace.
Various and all About.
Only four more weeks till Iancock's
The weather is delightfully cool and
Robinson's Circus exhibited at Lan
Do not forget where to call when in
need of plain or fancy s.ationers-the
Hi:l:aw Book Store.
If you want the iIERALD continued,
settle up your subscriptions. We can
not publish a paper on time.
For the benefit of mauy who are can
vassing for an excuse we suggest that
they can go to see the animals.
Mr. T. B. Litzscy will accept our
thanks for a goodly mess of Turnips,
the first we have seen this season.
From the number of trains running
,n the Greenville & Columbia Rail
iRoad that road must be doing a big
Newberry will be crowded this week:
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the
county Fair, and Satorday John Rob
Be sure and buy one of Kendall's
rreatise on the Horse, for sale at the
JERAm Book Store. It is a book ev
ry farmer should have.
Mr. J. N. Fowles and Mr. J. M.
Johnstone are always moving in the
:ight direction-this time it is a steam
uill on the Graham place.
Mr. Wm. Zobel is on the petit jury
or the U. S. Circuit Court which meets
n Columbia the 4th Monday in Novem
er; E. R. Lesesne, col., is on the grand
The valuation on real estate of the
Dounty this year is $219,480 more than
ast year. The increase is due to the
ew buildings erected in town during
:he past year.
There have been several cases of
!ipntheria in town recently, but no fa
:al cases. From the newspapers we
earn that this dreadful disease is pre
vailing in many sections of the State.
A cough unfits one for business, so
iety or anything else, except melan
:holy reflections; Dr. Bull's Cough
Byrup cures Coughs, Colds, etc., thus
sstaining one's usefulness. Price 25
After the speaking Saturday night a
aolored man explained the situation in
t nutshell by saying, "That man had
is well go home and stay there; the
white people are not going to let him
Myra Davis, col., has been arrested
on a charge of grand larceny-stealing
$40 from a Mr. Jones, of Helena, Sat
urday. He has recovered $32.00 of the
stolen money. There should be no
compromise in this case.
A protracted meeting of two weeks
losed at the Methodist Church Thurs
day night. Thte pastor, Mr. Camp~bell,
was assisted the first week by Rev. W.
C. Power, and the second week by Rev.
R. D. Smart. No visible results.
Law Range has had a division,
Messrs. Geo. S. Mower, M. A. Carlisle,
3. K. P. Goggans, F. Werber, Jr., and
G. W. Abney, Esqs., now occupying
rooms in the new Mower Block. The
rooms are large, well ventilated and
serve admirably as offices.
About once a year, or as ofi.en as the
circus comes around, the average citi
zen begins to feel a most absorbing in
terest in t.he study of Zoology. It is a
yeat pity that these conscientious stu
dents of natural history are compelled
to prosecute their stadies under a circus
canvas. If the animals were located
an one side of town and the circus tent
on the other great crowds might flock
:o behold the menagerie-and then
igain they mightn't.
"Ab, how well do I remember-it
was in the bleak November," when I
3aught the Cold that was wearing me
surely and swifLJy away; but I heard
>f Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; took it, and
im as well as ever.
NEwBERRY, 6. C., Oct. 2, 1880.
List of advertised letters for week ending
3ct. 2, 1880 :
Boozer, Miss Amin Franklin, Mrs. Nancy
Balison, Miss Meg J,
gie Greenwood, Thomas
arter, Adam McConathy, J. H.
3ontz, HRemietta jMessick, Thos. A.
Davis, WV. C. Oxner, Mrs. Mary A.
Parties calling for letters will please say
T advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
STATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY .OF NEWB3ERRY.
COURT OF COMDION PLEAS.
Elmnina C. Maffett, Plaintiff,
aura A. Halfacre, Emma Eckburg, Jose
phine Sligh, Romeo Halfacre, Henrietta
(otherwise called Nettie) Halfacre, Ida
Maffet.t, Louisa Taylor, Henry Wicker
and Catharine Miorehead, Defepdants.
Summons. For Relief. (Complaint
To the Defeibdants : Laura A. Hlalfaere,
Emma Eckburg, Josephine Sligh, Henri
etta Hallacre, Romeo Ilalfacre, Ida Ma.f
fett, Louisa Taylor, Henry Wicker and
You are herby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action, of
which a copy is herewith served upon you,
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said comnphiint on the subscribers at their
ofice at Newberry Court House, South
Carolinia, within twienty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
seru ce ; anid if you fail to answer the comn
plaint withiji the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will appiy to the Court for
he reiiet demanded in the complaint.
Damed Nt' berry, Sep'. 2oth, A. D. 1880'.
SUBER & CALD)WELL,
Plaintiti 's Attorneys.
To the Defendar.ts: Romeo Hialfacre, Hen
rietta Halfacre, Louisa Taylor, Henry
Wicker and Catharine Morehead
Take notice that the summons in this ac
tion, of which the'foregoingz is a copy, 'and
also the complaint, were filed in the office
of thee Cir. of te-- C nrtf Commion Pleas
Facts are Stuborn Things.
It may seem strange and hardily
worthy of belief that the publishers
of a $1.25 magazine should, of their
own free will, actually give with it a
premium to the full value of $1.00, but
such is the startling fact. The mtaga
zine is the S,/hern Jiu. ,iti Jourwl.
and the Premium Riven is 1.00 worth
of Sheet Music of the S isherkr'. own
ohoicc. Renit $1.25 t", Ludden &
Bates' Southern Music House, Savan
nah, Ga., and you will get the Journal
monthly, for a whole year, and a dol
lar's worth of any Sheet Mnsic you
may select. How the publishers can
be so liberal none can understand, but
that they do thus give away thousands
of dollars in music :nnu:allv, is a fact
well known. Subscribe to the Journal
and secure this free music.
NEWBERIY, S. C., Oct. 5, 1550.
Ordinary....... ................... 8 a 9
Good Ordinary..................... 9 a 9.
Low Middling...................... 9;a 9
Middling .......................... 9ja 9P
Good Middling .................. 91a 91
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New...... 61 a 7
Shouldcrs. Sugar Cured..... S
Sides, C. R., New............ a 101
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New.............. 7
Sides, C. R.. New........... a 10
Sides, Long Clear........... 10
Uucanvasscd Hams.... ..
Canvassed 11ams, (Magilolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Luckets............. 12&
Crushed........ ........ 14
Grauulated Standard..... ..
Extra C ..... ............... 11
Codfee C......... .............IG
New Orleaus................... 10
Newv etrlea:s Syrup... 75
New Orleans lclasses. 50
Cuba Molasses......... h
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Ilyson................... 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 25
Best Rio............ 25
Good Rio................. 2U:r
Cider Vinegar.. ...... 50
White nMie ..ULn.,ar... 13.
SrARCH......................... 6a 12
STAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per bbl............... 6.O.a-- .03
CANDY ....-............... 20
ENGLISH bODA. .......
HORSFORD'S BAKING P'OWDER 2
SEA FOA3I BAKiIN(G POWDER.
TOBACCO................-. - --.2
BAG GING-H eavy.................. 21
ARROW TIES. per bunch.........
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...
RED OTS-pr hise>
MeFal & attewint'10
REDl OTS -perI L 1.u.............. O5 S
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Yo wl pacal l Sat TEwhITTE
~TH &S STESONTE ~
exIte in tbi mrketfor many yers
Thepe exclui cin sl
DR Y csoes G aOdS i
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You wlfl tos cll goo THEpLITL
and Enir liger, partag e
Sep. Cre 12 3-t.~s,b fi el
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- fhi ac~ Ih Ae .ie
I isl aimyste t an
peopleS o ecane sell
Riods, atsuchg LrOW
PRhICES.r The pisecret
i,Ieu my goods wi.t he-u
fvbernet the scialompnts
in exeri eparoftwentye
ttentiero the pulic ge
12ed Min te c folumbia . C
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thloner aliberal patrnag hetreg h
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-erinug,rece ilve gcienac
ofg :their fao. I . e .s AT
AlaT~diNNtoe,nn myLUS _
will confer a special lavor by settling the
same by the 1st of October next. No fur- T
ther indulgence w ill be given.
S. F. FANT.
Aug $3th, 1880. M-tf.
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lambracingever nown epeies fo thege
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