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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, 1880.
INDEX TO NEW ADVEETISEMENTS.
J. M. Thompson-Notice.
C. F. Jackson-Go Not To.
M. A. Carlisle-Public Notice.
3 Foot & Son-Down Again.
M. L. Kinard-Visitors to the Fair.
J. S. Fair-Notice. Sale of House.
G. & C. R. R.-First Fall Excursion.
Wright & J. W. Coppock-Ciothing Store.
James Y. Culbreath-Managers of Election.
E. P. Chalmers-To Jurors and Witnesses.
Kingsland & Heath-Save all they Catch.
Thos. J. Ma#'ett-Notice of Final Settle.
B. H. Cline & Co.-What was the Excite
M. A. Carlisle-Meeting of Executive Com
Rev. S. Lander-The Williamston Female
The "Only" Lung Pad Co.-Kidaey Pad
W. E. Pelh. m-Toilet Articles-OoU t;
E Courtenev Jenkius & Co.-"Sunirner
dean Augasta Co., Va "Rye Whiskev.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 35 P M
Up mail closes at............... 1 00 P M
Down Train arrives ........... 4 08 P 1
Down mail closes at.............. 3 30 P 31
Lanrens Train arrives. ....... 9 28 A ai
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, 1880.
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An infant child of Mr. James Saddler1
died of cholera infantum a few days
Mrs. Geo. McDufie Sligh, daughter
of Mr. J. J. Paysinger, died Wednes
day, the 20th instant-.
Mrs. Alice Abernathy, the eldest j,
daughter of Mr. P. H. Ducke'tt, died at sa
her home in Little River County, Ar-u
kansas, the 14th instant. t
.Mrs. Crawford, widow of Mr. James b
Crawford, died at her home in New- p
berry the 22nd instant, in the eightieth p
year of her age. h
Bluestone l Bluestone !
in stock at Pelbam's Drug Store. 1
Do Not Fait
To read the card of Mr. C. F, Jack
son, he. gives you good advice and
makes no charge for it either, and he I
never says anything he does not mean. I
The Congressional Canvass.
From all appearances Gen. Stol
brand, the Republican candidate for
Congress from this District, is making
a very active canvass.
For fine Clothing, go to M. Foot & I
We are pleased to learn that Mr. J.
W. Taylor, of Cornet Band fame, has
composed a piece of stirring music en-e
.titled lHagood's March. We congraitu- I
late him, and hope to hear the M:arch
W!r. M. L. Kinard,
Well known to the readers of the IER
Awl, extends an inlvit:LLiO. th,rough its
coalmL: .o visitors ti cal on him! nn~d
examine his s.tock. Gentlemres vi4n
the FaLir with one of his eleganit suits
will auLratct a&ll of the pulIic attention.
lbis is the proper season for planting
Onige Sets-they can he had Pelham,'s
Of a public out.break is haippily al
I yed, the excitemnt g .owing out of
an invoice of new goods received at
-.the popular store of B. ii. Chnew & Co.
So don't he alarw- d, y e people, but go
and m nke youir pwebasese just the same
as if there0 wals no growdu tiere.
No Court till November 3d.
Judge Kershaw has wr'itteD to Mr. 1
Chalmers, Clerk of Court, to adjourn
Court Monday the 1st. until Wednes
day, 3d, nt 10 A. M.; this is done in
order to give the people an opportunityj
to attend at their election precincts elec
-tion day. the 2nd.L
Tbe show cases of Dr. Fant are most
bandsomely filled with fancy goods,
and carry the mind forward to Christ
mas times, and, indeed, that future
time is almost upon us, In the assort
mnent are to be seen beautiful bottles
illed mih delicions perfumery. toilet
SILL T TUMBLE!
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FAR.
MER AND CONSUMER.
Yard wide Homespun, hc.
y vard wide Homespun, 64c.
Check Homespun, 9c.
Come and see us, we will se:l all kinds of
BOOrS AND OES,
AT LOW FIGURES
The ladies are specially invited to call
Ld see our stock of Dry Goods.
The cheapest place to buy at, is
M. FOOT & SON'S.
Oct. 27, 44-1t.
>ave All They:Catch.
The herring fishing on the East coast
f Scotland is the most successful on
ecord, but it is said to be impossible to
nre all the fish caught. The question
rises why catch more fish than can
e cured. Kingsland & Heath, of Col
mbia, don't do business in that style,
11 the customers they catch are secured,
boy never have to throw any overboard,
or do their customers ever throw them
verboard, for the reason that they
eep a No. 1 stock and sell cheaply and
us make fast friends of all whom
bey deal with. Their stock embraces
verything in china, crockery, glass,
villow and wood-ware, besides a large
ariety of ornamental goods.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep
ia, indigestion and heartburn.
For sale by . Dr. S. F. FAST.
Just received a new lot of Double
eat Phetons, with: top and no top.
Jlso, Buggies of the latest styles, ali
andsomely painted, of best quality, at
easonable prices. E. S. CoPPoCK.
Oct. 18th, 1880. 43-3t.
J. N. Martin & Co., have just re
eived a full assortment of Lewis Cook's
ake of Double and Single Seat Phm
>ns and Buggies, with tops and no
ps, which will be sold cheap. Call
nl see them. Oct. 18, 1880. 43-3t
" WINE OF CARDUI " cures irregular,
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
EDGEFIELD C. H., S. C., May 3, 1879.
fr. L. T'. Hill :
Dear Sir-Having tried HI.L'S HEP
TIC PANACEA, and thoroughly tested
s merits, I recommend it with the
reatest confidence to the people, and
espeak for it admittance into every
ousehoid. It has given perfect satis
ction in my practice, and I feel as
ired the people will find it a healing
panacea" for all irregularities incident
the liver. I do not speak as one who
as heard and seen not,-but from my
ersonal experience as a practicing
hysician. It should be kept in every
ousehold, and meet with that recep
ion that its virtue, and merits demand.
heartily endorse it as an effective
Very truly yours,
W. D. JENNINGS, M. D).
g-For sale to the trade by W. H.
arrett, Augusta, Ga., and by WV. E.
"WINE OF CARDUI" makes rosy
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
RANK LESLIE'S WEEKLY.
The only Den:ocratic.Illustrated Newspa
er published-will be sentL postpaid, for
e weeks (until end of campaigu) for Thir
y Cents, Agenms wanted in every town.
end W cets~ for fjre. weeks subscriputon,
r 6 cents in postage stamps for sam;ple
opy and ilh.e:ated Catalogne, ''Jubs of
our w-'ill be sent for five week.. for onfe
llar. Mddress FR~ANK LEShLE PUB
ISilNG CO., 15i D)E STREET, NEW
'ORK. > t
"WINE OF CARDUI" four times a day
2akes a happy household.
For sale) by)li. S. F. FANT.
TuOM sos, Deutist, opposite Hleratld office
.ieng for Sale.
Blank JLiens2 for suppilies and for rent,
M sale at this ofies.
Forty years' trial L?a proved "SL.ACK
)RAUGHT " the best liver medicine in
For sale by Dni. S. F. FANT.
The best Fruit in the ma:rket ailways
t) he found ait
0-4t A. C. JONES'.
"BLACK-DRAUHT" pyr~es cost iVe
tess and Sick-Headache.
For sal by DR. S. F. FANT.
)ne Who Knows
Say lRakir's Compound Fhuid Ex
ract of Buchu anid Juniper is the miost
leasant and efreetive remedly for all
iseases of the Bladder or Kidneys that
ias been offered to the public. Mild
md pleasant in its action, it stimulates
md invigorates the secretions, and
ives health and tone to the prostrate
r diseased organs. Pain in the Blad
ler, Gravel, Prostration, Non-retention
>f the Urine, Brick Dust Deposit--in
act, all diseases of the Bladder or Kid
2eys are cured by it.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
Lamar, Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and
for sae by Dr. S. F. Pant.
ANTIQOCH, TIROU; CO., GA. July 4, 1879.
I am one of the unfortu:ng.e sufferers
from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys,
Court Newberry, No. 2, . 0. F., will
hold its regular meeting tids (Tuesday)
evening at 7 1-2 o'clock.
Oct. 26, 1880. JAMES F. GLENN, R.S.
Williamston Female College.
Attention is called to the card of this
deservedly popular College in this
week's issue. There is no better Fe
male College in the Southern country,
and we advise parents and guardians to
send [heir daughters or wards there.
The ladies should all call and see M.
Foot & Son. it.
Had a Good Time.
Col. Pool, Capt. Tom Boozer. Gen.
Mike Bowers. Brig. Dunhar and others
who went to Atlanta to see the sights,
have returned and report themselves as
highly satisfied. What they failed to
see is not worth mention. They had a
We are Pleased
To see that our tasty friend, Mr. Ed.
Scholtz, has not, in the midst of his
multitudinous household pleasures and
fixing up, forgotten to make prepara
tion for the busy or the holiday season.
Already he is exhibiting many beautiful
goods in jewelry and silver ware, and
also in ornamented goods suitable for
the approaching season. His assort
mend, attracts attention. -
M. Foot & Son have the largest stock
of Boots and Shoes in Newberry. .They
sell them cheap. it
Gin House Burned,
The gin house of Mr. P. Clark Smith
was burned Wednesday evening last,
together with five bales of cotton. The
fire originated from a spark from the
engine used in ginning. By great ex
ertions the fire was prevented from
spreading to other buildings. The gin
was saved. The house was worth
about $2.50, and the cotton about the
same. There was no insurance in
At Pelham's the other day we were
.nr'sed at the vast assortment of
,,ds piled on counters, floor and in
every place in which they could be
stored previous to marking and arrang
ing for sale. Among the mixed mass
we were pleased to see very many
handsome goods for the holidays. It
is astonishing what a large and varied
assortment he has in stock.
By All Means Go There.
Visitors to the State Fair are invited
to call at the new Dry Goods Store of
Messrs. Desportes & Edmunds, on the
corner under Wright's Hotel. The
stock is large and in beautiful variety,
and the prices in accordance with the
times. They make a specialty L shoes
of all kinds, and can please all tastes
and wants. Do not fail to visit this
store when in the city-you will be
pleased if you take our advice.
A large stock Cloaks and Dolnwans,
at M. Foot & Son's. 1t
Not Enough of It
We acknowledge a brief visit on
Wednesday last from our Reverend
friend and brother, J. Marion Boyd, on
his way to the old home near New
Chapel. The sight of his pleasant face
and genial smile was indeed refreshing,
and we were rejoiced to see him in such
splendid health. The people of Rock
Hill have taken good care of him. We
regret very much that his visit was so
short, we did not get near enough of it.
-Rev. S. P. Hughes left yesterday for
Springfield, Ga., to attend the meeting
of the Georgia Synod of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church, wvhich convenes there
Thursday. The prayer meeting, in con
sequence of his absence, will be con
ducted Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'
clock, by Prof. Rahn. Service Sunday
next-preaching by Rev. Mr. Wilson,
a young man late from the Seminary,
and who wa~s ordained at the recent
Convention of the S. C. Synod.
The Closing Mass Meeting.
There will be a grand rally inl the in
terest of the Democracy at the Court
Hose Mon day, the 1st day of Novem,
ber. Distinguished speakers, local and
from abroad, will be present to adcdress
the peole; the "red shirts" will be out
in f:all forte, and the occasion is intend
ed to he in keeping with the good cause
of home rule anid honewst government,
whose) interests it will ativocate. Let
every Democrat in Newherry County
lay aside other matters for ta day and
by his prsec and influence add to
'the sucs .of !!)( day.
Row at Laurens.
There~ was a Repuhlicani political
imeetig at Laurens Thursday. A large
ILombter of niegroes c'amle in miounted
and nearl y eve'ry ona~e:arrying abig
clbi. They wetre qu?ite hlb lgerenit in
their b,ehav'ior, and the whiutes, many of
whom wec.re present, seeing the clubs of
the darkies, wvent out and provided
themselves with clubs :aso. Duirig
the morning a light occurred between a
white man and a negro, in which the
white man was badly beaten with a
club. TJ.his c;p?sed bad blood. While
Pratt Suber, col., was introducing Stol
brand at the stand near the depot, a
mounted negro rode over a one-legged
white man; the white man resented
the indignity by striking the negro with
a sLic, This startedi the row, and sev
eral pistoI shots were fired. O)ne negrp
was shot through the body and was
killed. In the excitement and confu
sion it was impossible to tell who fired
the fatal shot. The Coroner's inquest
found thbat lie came to his death from
,h. h.anQ sorme person unknown to
Attention, and Don't Forget It.
This week we send out a number of
subscription accounts which we trust
will be promptly responded to. When
a subscription has just expired, or in
some cases has run for a month or two,
the subscriber can remit for 3, 6 or 12
months as suits his convenicnce best.
When the time has run beyond that we
expect back dues to be paid with re
newal in advance. Some few are con
siderably in arrears, and if these do not
respond early the accounts will be put
in suit. We shall stop sending the pa
per if renewals are not made.
The largest and handsomest assort
ment of Fancy Goods in Newberry are
now on display at W. E. Pelham's
Drug Store. It consists of Toilet and
Bureau Sets in different patterns and
colors, Iridescent Ware of latest design,
Bohemian and China Vases, Florettes
and Violet Stands, Lovely Cologne Bot
tles, Colognes in endless variety, Fra
grant Imported Toilet Soaps, Face
Powder, harmless and beautifying, Cel
luloid Sets, holding Glass, Brush and
Comb, Pocket Books, Parlor Lamps, in
fine just such articles as make the pret
tiest and most serviceable presents.
They are offered at very low prices.
The County Canvass.
The Democratic meeting at Prosperi
ty the 19th was not largely attended;
only about two hundred people were
present. A great many people did not
know of the meeting, and many who
did know of it were so very busy gath
ering their cotton that they had not the
time to spare. Prosperity is solid for
the Democracy and the County Ticket,
and will poll a full vote on election
day. Everybody in that country in
tends to come up to the Mass Meeting
at the Court House Monday. Speeches
were made at Prosperity by the nomi
nees for the Legislature, and by Messrs.
Y. J. Pope, J. Y. Culbreath and others.
And still they tumble, but always fall
on their feet, and continue right side
up. We allude to Messrs. Foot & Son
who make an important announce
ment to the farmer and consumer this
week. Think of yard wide homespun
at 7 1-2, 7 1-8 at 6 1-4, check at 9, and
prints at 5 cents, why it's enough to
run the people wild. This is not their
object, however, they only want every
body to run down to their store-only
a little way down town-and see what
a large stock they have and how low
they sell. Everybody is invited, on the
promise to make it pay, and as that is
what everybody is going for now, we
advise that the invitation be accepted.
While down there look at the nice
accommodation they have made for the
benefit of wagoners who have to stop
over of nights. They struck the nail
right on the head this time.
Mr. Elbert H. Aull has been elected
Associate Principal of the Ninety-Six
Mr. P. D. Mazyck has been promoted
from the office at Belton to Greenville.
Mr. Lawrence Marshall was in town
Mrs. Wardlaw and her daughter
Helen have gone to York. They will
be gone for some time.
Col. R. F. Kewin, representing Mac
neale & Urban's Fire and Burglar
Proof Safes, put in a short appearance
at this office on Wednesday morning
last. The Col. is an eloquent man and
a SAFE one to do business with, and we
endorse him and his safes with pleas
ue. Having an urgent call higher up
the country he was prevented from tell
ing us the half of what be desired to
say, but we feel very much in heart at
his promise to return in a few days,
and unbosom himself. In the mean
time he begs us to say that the fatherly
advice given to such of the Newberry
merchants he was able to see should not
The Lutheran Synod
Met at Leesville last week, Rev. G.
W. Holland, President of Newberry
College, Chiairman, The following
resolution was adopted relative to New
Resolred, Thatt a committee he ap~
pointed to re ceive the College building
and1 grounds when such tender shall be
m:n:ie, upon the following conditions.
I. Thiat thle prop)erty shall be entire
ly free from deb)t.
2. That tife title to said property be
at isfactory to said building comminittee.
3. Tha:t the building be sueb as, in
the judgment of the committee, is a
good substantial builing. copstructed
in workmanship of good grade, andl of
the full value of fifteen thouisand dcl
4. Thal:t all amosNts no0w due upon
the subscriptions shall, when paid, be
turned over to the0 committee for the
benellt of the College.
Resolved, That upon conmpl~iance with
the foregoing conditions the said comn
mitee shall lbe authoriged to surrender
to the citizens of Newberry thep bond
exeuttd by them.
Revs. Wim. Stoudemire and J. HI.
Wilson were ordained as ministers.
Messrs. G. S. Hacker and Geo. S.
Mower were elected to fill vacancies in
the Board of Trustees of New be;'ry Col
Rev. J. Hawkins read the report of
the Trustees of Newberry College show
ing that institution to be in a very pros
The Sy~nod epdorsed the Walhalla
emale College, presided over by Rev.
Dr. J. P. Smeltzer, and recommended
it to the patronage of Lutherans.
Orangeburg was selected as the next
plae o rm the meeting of Synod.
The Sale of the Greenville Railroad.
Mr. Barnwell, Master for Richland
County, yesterday delivered the deed
of conve'yance of tbe Greenville and
Columbia Railroad to Messrs. W. P.
Clyde, T. M. Logan, James Bryan and
Wm. A. Courtenay, pursuant to the
decree of court, at the purchase sum of
of $2,930,600, one-third of which was
paid in cash and bond and mortgage
given for the balance. Accordingly,
under instructions from General Con
ner, Receiver, possession was delivered ]
to Gen. T, M. Logan on behalf of the -
Under the new management It. L.
McCaughrin, Esq., will take general
charge of the property. Col. T. M. it.
Talcott has been appointed general
manager, J. W. Fry, Esq., general su
perintendent, Sol. IIaas, Esq., general
freight agent, and A. Pope, Esq., gen
eral passenger agent.
The general superintendent has is
sued a circular requesting all officers,
agents and employees to continue in I
charge of their respectiv departments
and duties until further notice.
[Columbia Register, 23d.
M. Foot & Son are determined to un
dersell all. Go and see them. it. t
Supervisors of Election.
The following Republican Supervi
sors of Election for Newberry County, N
were appointed the 21st instant by
Judge Bryan in the U. S. Circuit Court
Newberry-Z. W. McMorris.
Gibson's Store-W. W. Lazenberry.
Cromer's Store-Newton Duckett. s
Jalapa-H. E. Lewis.
Longshore's Store-A. W. Long- (
Williams' Store-Perry J. Lindsay.
Dead Fall-Mark H. Williams.
Prosperity-Calhoun Young. a
Jolly Street-Isaac Maffett.
-Pomaria-H. F. Williams.
The following Democratic Supervi
sors of Election for this ,County were
appointed the 23d:
Newberry C. H.-O. L. Schumpert.
Gibson's-J. O. Turnipseed.
Maybinton-B. P. Aughtry.
Cromer's-L. P. W. Riser.
Jalapa-J. S. Gary.
Longshore's-W. E. Higgins. d
Williams'-W. W. Wallace.
Dead Fall-F. M. Sebumpert.s
Prosperity-S. L. Fellers.
Jolly Street-D. H. Werts. c
Pomaria-H. C. Ridlehiiber.
Glymphville-W. H. Lane. c
J. N. Beck, of Toledo, Ohio, says:
-My father, before wearing the "On- ~
ly Lung Pad," could not sleep nights -
on account of his violent coughing, ~
since wearing it he has slept soundly
every night.-&e Adv.
That Independent Ticket. r
Last week we gave the views of some
of the nominees on the mysterious In- C
dependent ticket. Messrs. DeWalt, I
Schumpert, Lake, Livingston and Folk
said they would not run and would not
serve if elected; Maj. Kinard declined ,
to be interviewed, but said he would f
like to be Sheriff, and Mr. Thomason
said he would serve if elected. This a~
week we interviewed the others. fi
Col. E. S. Keitt, whose name appears
for Representative, says, that if ..be has
been nominated it was without his con
sent; being asked if he would run on
the ticket she answered thytt he was
not in politics, but was attending to his t<
business; being further asked if he
would serve if elected on the ticket hep
replied, "I1 am like -.modest girl: I f
will not kick before Pm courted ;" '
meaning that it would be time eno'ugh
to say whether he would serve or not
after he was elected. ti
Capt. J. C. Swittenberg, whose name
appear.s on the ticket for County Coin- I
missioner, says that he has not author
ized the use of his name ; that if he has I
heen nommnated he does not knowit
that he is not a canididate', and that if
elected 0on the ticket hie would not serve.
J. P. Sims, col., whose name appeals
on the ticket for thy IIuse of Reprev
sentat ives, says. tha:t if he !. lbeen I
nominated it was without his knowleudge
or con-en t; that he is not a caundidaite.
andl wouldl not nueepI t a1 nomnina:ition!II un
der~ anyi~ (cnsideCrationu ule ss it were by
ai reguhir nointingiii! )enrunin or iI
priunary~; thati he~ wVo1lh not? rve if
eecited o n an indendeuihnt t.ickt, as
such a course woulI be against thle in-n
teests oft the people of thIis (0 Cuty.
This disposes of the whole of the
mysterious tieNket. except one0, a~ colored
man, whom we have not been d! to
see. The result is that Messrs. DeWalIt.
Sbumplert. Sims, Lake, Kinaid, I. iV-t
ingstoni andutSwittenbherg- decire posi
tvly hia t I hey would not se'rve if eleet-I
ed1: Mr. Thlomason says hie would, andl
Col. Keitt is nioncommiiittal.
Prep are youriself for tihe sovere andl I
sudenCi ebanges o.f climate of winter
andl spring, by prfocuing a bottle of
Dr. Bull's dough Syrup.
A Musical Ten-cent-tiah- * r
Not precisely another grand 1876 r
centennial, but rather a grand lot of t
grand music foi- a small ten cent silver:
piece. See it? Of course not, unless a
you are a regular reader of the &%uthern
MUsical Journal, and so are ap)pre- e
cative of the dollar's wvorth of beauti- It<
ful music whieb every monthly number l
petos ndwhiche ols brt ceos,
Prmu he ui wihi r-Ii
tosaynothiger <yeathe subscrbr Iot isf|
ertainly thebest musicalic isopre-| h
ofnthedaey arly msicrsibeerally i
CAroidii edtncet o
certainly the biggest musical bonanza 9
of the day, and music loyers generally
Various and all About.
Fine weather continues.
Cotton rolls in abuundantly.
Nice rain Thursday-dust laid.
Our lawyers are brushing up for
The little folks are beginning to ask
tbout Santa Claus.
The mystic 329 appears on all promi
ient places in town.
StaLioncry in large variety at the
3ERALI) Book Store.
Jno. Davis, col., died in town Sun
lay night of heart disease.
Mr. E. S. Coppock picked a mess of
trawberries on Tuesday last.
Mr. 1). Kibler has delicious mack
rel, and as cheap as can be fuund.
We commence this week to strike off
iames of subscribers who fail to re
Several Dew houses are being built
it Prosperity, and the town is quite
The authorities of the G. & C. I. R.
Lre building a commodious car shed at
The dengue or broken bone fever has
tot yet reached New berry, and we trust
t will not.
The Humpty Dumpty troupe should
'isit Newberry by all means. A good
Louse would greet them.
Now is a good time to remind church
aembers to pay up their preachers.
loney is easy now, so don't forget it.
If this number of the HERALD falls
ato the bands of any one who is not a
ubscrib,r, we ask that one to suibscribe.
Read the certificate published by E.
,ourtney Jenkins & Co. The article
4vertised is for sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
Foot & Son are independent of the
reather clerk; with their force pump
nd hose they can lay the dust at any
The three one-story brick buildings
a front of the Newberry Hotel have
een greatly improved by the paint
Dr. Speake had another fine new
ngine in town Tuesday afternoon last.
le is acquainted with the best man
A sight of Dr. Bruce in front of his
,rug store at Prosperity showed that be
;in fine health. We had only time to
Our exchanges are filled with ac
ounts of serious accidents by cotton
ins. Carelessness in a majority of
ases is the cause.
Remember November 1st, and help
a swell the growd at the Cour t House
-and then remember the 2nd, and
lancock and Hagood.
Don't stay at home'on election day to
;ather cotton or attend to any other du
es. Cotton will do you no good if the
ads get the upper hand.
Found, during Fair week, an Over
oat. The owner can have same by
roving property and paying for this
The Palmetto Yeoman is responsible
r the assertion that the corn crop
loost everywhere will be heavier than
er some years past. Cheering.
Hack Cannon is as genial as ever,
nd his good wife has not run out of
iled chicken. Hack runs Wheeler &
osely's Steam Mill, and has been run
own with work.
There was a fight Saturday between
r. McGiwpsey's wild cat and a bull
og. After one or two rounds, in which
be cat got the best of it, the dog failed
2 "come up to the scratch."
Only 25 cents for one hundred old
apers at the H ERALD Oflice. G~ood
>r rapping paper, making bed spreads
nd papering rooms. Cheapest paper
ut, come and get a supply. 44-4t
Mr. Josepb Hunter and Mr. George
ant have proved beyond all doubt that
ne horses can be raised at home. The
air which took the premium at the
air are beauties.
Citation notices or applications for
diistationl mu1.st be pai for inl
ashi. Herieafter no suclh n:oticces w il
e publ ishedu eitherC1 in the II:n.u.) or*
wQs ules paS ~ id for in1 :advance. 44 4t
A ilying :and vi-: v !rh:f trp) v:as ua.h-'
Pr-osperity last Tou r.sy, and the
o spita:: o. f its eltiz''nS was fo t olili 1
e u:naba:ted. It WV:3z s' ve.ry lasn
at wve l:hal repelat it i-hortly.
Eya co;y of Kndall::I 's Tie::'.i-c on~
'Ir Dl -ic at Ilf:nAu.1) Book sure. 44 at
Tue Greei::lec & Coh-mia lIt:
Load ex- arl-.in. to Ch-lon is0 tu.e
crow-I a go dwn from: N.-w berry.i The
liison for visiting~ theI city by the se-a
;a delightful one.
The Lu?t1heran Vitsitor wj!! be kep)t
arm1t thiis w inter, jild ging by the quain
tv of pine0 wood we saw catrried~ up in
t he ofiec. 1ts edlitor, the Rev Jacob,
Iw kinls, has1 imiproved his pape~r vaat
A visit to the farm run by Joe IIun
r ad Geou. Fanlt revea;hld the j;leasatnt
et that they under-stand how to f::rm.
veytiing abtoml th.e prennse3C s i1 mor
er~ andi welTl kep1t. We pa:rticla:rly
ed thje attenitiont paid b)y t hem to their
Mrii. Jas. 0. Meredith, w.ho runs the
2odel farn at Helena, as well as a
ailroad, is not so busy but that he has
.me to remember his friends. Last
cek he sent ns:; liberal and goodlly
antity of fine yamns and ruta baga
The Thompson Street Church (Asso
ite Reformed) has been moved back
the rear of the church lot. The P'as
>r and congreg'ation found that its
e:rfless to~ the street and the conse
nent noise interfered with the services.
'he building, which has a tower S0 feet
igh, was rolled back a distance of 20
set. Mr. WV. A. Cline superintended
Card '- .1 se11_' Henry N
Good Ordinar .. ... ... . .. . .. ':r
Low Middling..... .- . 9
Go",d b :Jidldlin 1............... .. ' . '
Gt,od demad at qutation[.
Newberry Price curra .
By J. N. MARTrIN & Co.
Shu!:'.rs. P'rime New... Gu a
O Shouhieris, Sugar Cured.......... .....
Sides. . I.. N w............ a 1"
DRY SALTED 31EATS
Sides, C. R., New.......a1
SidIes, Long Clear.............. '1
Canvaet lats, (3a nlia 15
L A RD
Leaf, in Tierces....... 12a
(1.er f R Nu.kets............ 1 L
ed.. . .............
Cr. ded....................... 1 '
Gr:nulat.ed Standard..... ..12ia
F.xtra 4'..................... . 1
New Orleaus-. .............. 1
- New O'larlens Syrup... 75
Cuba o asses.......... 60
Gun powder...................... 5?
Yon Hyson ........ ... 1I
ALLeSICE.............. ...... 25
e ....... .................... -
Roasted or Parched... 25
st 111o.... ........... 5a
Good Rio................. 20a
C!der Vinegar......... 5
White WiUe Vinegr.. 35
Bes.. .................... 0
SOA>............................. .5a 10
'AR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per' 1>............... 6.0a10.0'
PEARL HMIINY................... 3
C ANDY .......................... 20
CONCENTRATED LYE......... 10
ENGLISIH SODA. ... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOA1 IAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GiEASE...................... 1)
TOBACCO........... ......... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10;keg.... ................ 4.~0
ARROW TIES, per bunch....... ..2 5:
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
RE) OATS-per tu................. 50a
DEMOCnATIC EXECUTIVE CoMMITTEE,
N]EBERY, S. C., Oct. I2en, 15S).
The folloingui aor.ointments are made for
publie :.nmzs in the County of' Necwerry:
Herbert's M iii, Oct. 29.
Liberty IHal!, Oct. :30.
en; he'rry C. H., Nov. 1.
These meetings n~ ill be addres:ed by the
different candidates for office, and also by
speakers from abroad.
Everybodly is cxpe.cted to turn: out.
By order' of Executive Co:nmitteec,
M. A. (IARLI:ILE, County Chairman.
L. WV. SI.MKIs, Seer"tary. 42-3t.
5TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWB3ERRY.
IN PRIOBATE COURIT.
Culen Lark, Ex,cuttor, Petitioner, against
Sarah B3. Mitehll, Execntri.s,a;nd Patrick
Js. Goleman, Defendants.
Proceedi.ng to sell land to pay debts, &c.
Ordered, ou motion of' .James M. Baxter,
Att'v for P'otitionrw. :!essrs. Suber & Caid
well, At:'ys fo)r Sarah B. Mitchell and Jas
X Gulbreath, Attoriey for P'atrick J1. Cole
That the above stat"d ca,se be set down
for a full and tinal! hearing in this Court on
uesday, the 26thz day of October. 1SS0, at
10 o'clock, A. M., wheni a final rettlemntlC
will be made on the estate of Andrew Lee
Jt is i'crther Ordered, that. notice to all
parties in interest be givnu; hereof by pub
ic advertisement unil the day afortecid.
.3'. B. FEL.LERA, J. P. N. C.
11 October. ISSO. 42-3t.
L gCut Smnoking Tobacco
s mid, moist. fr'agrant and sweet Smokes
ool. and goe.3 twvice a far as granlatled to
ALLEN~ & GINTER, Manufactulrere,
en ie'itie11. A 2 a':t pe io wouild' with heu
inG. Wth igt T are Cth, ieago i
F Ot! eus dayja i ii. r. aiLtt~ radical
mre cert in Iit is Noy, turbl aP1sl eha-.
ente bylv~t nui. Circulars' free.(11(11 51
PariGlErfSTaiNR S p. ,Ciag,Il
OR.erosE>rRY ersO, iz Orio.n
from hupure bioad. try Boy.l's Minia
ure Galvanic Uatterv. Weirn on eh.-st. A
adical cure for 1:het~uuatism. Satnine Soc.
*articulars for st am p.
ovoov wr -.mu nom n'nim
of le Ae.
*I}, ict: I can sell
ods at such LOW
ittR PI C ES. T', se r.t
e!r:1nc:C to th1+ c" ial wi.nts
f cvV .. ,.,nd with
tn oxp'ri'nce of twen'y
- he Dir :
h. xi t y e m t -
t' ie: m}i:T)1 = >e.11t
'r"t t 'e I
ed m the ein of d ok b.;
he libra pa-r':no here
reinluy h invtceth
120 M::i 0te ,1;0 1,044 S. C.
LEADE CF Lt e:ilCES.
e p. 2'22, t -- tf:.
In pll:st;.nce ot an orde'r of the Probate
Court of this ('ount will si, at the late
SidtRibce of John McGirlev, deceased, on
Nov. S, all of the Personal Property of said
deEased, consistin- of b
Household and Kitchen Furiture, &C.
Terms of sale-C I1l.
HARRIET F. McCARLEY,
Newberry, Oct. 14, 18P. 4-v
rNotice of Sale of Lands.
No. , lo the r'eeoal eropert of shaeDai ealid
dce,consisting of 0ars oeo es
oouUEiS, ad fnr et,D.D
IOE.Rs, og .DWl,HnSoe
Cr.GoWS,Knrd ryo L-nso
1.ouseh d tand, Kitchn Furnitures, &c.e
orTessrm haou 5ars of orie-i.al
2Neberyt, Octii4, 1880 4cr-s3or
Nii foiena ofOTSal oans
Int :b~tat will bel t exbry .Hi,bited on
tertday of N vme,(aedy et
all the realh estaeditwth inteviet,
cvoni stinloe-cre pooroe orcueds
oudby landsofprcherytha et Dr.wD
H. sets Georg G. DWalt, HenreySoe.
and othaers.) a e aes
Thicuable oflatat will bvieWolt,i
deea. Octat,cot .nn 21ae, moret
ori le, ithabot35 ac ranes oiiA.
2. Oner tracot, cotiin 150l aces, meore
th ess wotharelin house ad a ulc
Inece,sary htoubuidldg wi the aTown o0
aecr , ;oiginl' fortestrsi,cnan
Plnet oth tranac, wiore exhibite onh
daytrm ofer fNnead~rigo
tees:n boneid borlcash o -t . hi-d
onr 12s monh crdi-thiterest ra E.rCicn
.Taymo: ae-pcaer poriont be reured
toby Boneid ofh purchaset atoley two
caohed teurede motage oabreies
Prcas rs tho ay fo papers. h~n :
Excuo f last w~2'ill'.- of David DeWalt,
deeaed Ot~. 1, 42s.i to
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN CO3D10N PLEAS.
SJier, Joh Rei~. Siider,~I and lsT
the Court lO use1 at. Newberry, t pubi
:e utcr, (n th first1 Mod in Novembe
Newber, and.~ S:..te aoresai c 'oii
one, for fa cr,m r or les on tb
Eostern cNer of Nance an -.arngo
eStrets an bounded b lot of D.RP
ferm, Jas.. Buer Mrs. Saa E.Ci
J.Mcnohd . C. Pool.
to payj fone-tiJPrd fteprhaemnyi
Aoge ofw the prms,-nicyfo h
weemryp gJ-s. Treid pateae ilas
Blow r. ire to iSur the~ pope:y :itian
CastrsGll - 7thJ * e.. 1880. 4a -:r .
oiCeoUNT Fa NEBFeRY.
INwlm astlmci CO ADIONniLEAS.
Notice of Final Settlement.
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