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. Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8. 1881
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
T. F. Greneker-Christmas Mention.
W. E. Pelham-To?u and Kidnegen.
John S. Fair-Report of Town Council.
H. X. Singley-Notice of Final Set i lemen
Drayton S. Conwill-Notice of Fin:a1 Se
McSmith Music House-Christmas an
Mr. P. W. Willingham died at hi
home near Beth Eden Thursday, 2n
instant, of typhoid-pneumonia.
The Fourth and last Quarterly Cor
ference of the Methodist Church. New
berry Station will be held on Saturdn
a nd Sunday ensuing. The Rev. C. I
Pritchard will preside.
The best oysters we have seen thi
season'are from Mr. M. B. Bateman, C
Columbia, who keeps them regular,
and is able to supply all demands. Par
ties getting up oyster suppers are ad
vised to send their orders to him.
Use FOREST LEAF AND JUNIIPEI
The great Kidney Regulator and 1)i
uretic. For sale by
it W. E. PELH,M.
A Small Row.
There was a little disturbance amon;=
some colored men in front of the stable,
on Saturday night. Policeman Harr,
Scott attempted to take Hamp to tlh
Guard House; Hamp resisted and struel
at the policeman, and the policetmnI
drew his pistol and fired. The i ai
imbedded itself in the door of the office
Harry says he did not shoot at Hamp
but only to frighten him.
The negro brakeman. Butler Lomax
who was knocked off the cars the nigh
of the 28th alt., was incorrectly report
ed dead last week. The news that w<
received was that his skull was crushe<
and that he was dying the followmn
morning. The skull was broken an<
inashed in, and it seemedl impossible
that he should live; but Drs. McIntosr
and Thompo bored a hole in the skul;
a raisedt off the brain-; and it is
likely that the party will get well.
Y. C. A. Hot- Supper.
-h ladies of Newberry will give 2
Hat Supper in Maj. Kinard's auctior
room in the Crotwell building Frida,
night, which will be the best affair a
the sasn, and to which everybody i:
if~ you attend we guantee that yet
will be pleasantly entertained. If yot
fail you will get into hot water and los
a-good supper besides. Don't forget i
if you value.your peace of wind.
ROCK AND RYE.
A great appetizer and sure cure fo
Coughs, Bronchitis, Colds, and disease
of the throat and lungs. For sale by
-it W. E. PELHAM.
The American Agriculturist
Has entered upon its fortieth year
As an-agricultural journal it has no su
perior, ifitbhas an equal, in this coon
tt;y. Matters relating to Farm, Garden
and Household are ably treated in thi:
journal,,and the treatises are profusel:
illustrated, which adds much to thei
interest and value. The Decembe
number has been received, and is o
mnore than usual interest. Published b:
the Orainge Judd Company, 245 Broad
way, N. Y. Terms: $1.50 ayearin
advance; 4 copies, $5.00; single num
The New County Commissioners
Haie given their bonds, which hav<
been approved, and they have qualified
and entered upon the duties of the of
fice. Tbe bondsmen are: For Win
Lester-S. A. Hunter, J. M. Taylor, Y
C. Myers, N. H. Young; for J. C. S
Brown-T. C. Brown, Alan Johnstone
J. E. Brown; for A. J. Kilgore-Jno
C. Wilson, J. M. Johnstone, R. H
The other officers have been so bus:
during Conrt that they have not yet ha4
time to qualify.
. Mr. W. M. Shackleford has on exhi
'bition in the front of the. Redus & Dan
iels store three of the Estey Orgains, c
different sizes, make and prices, t<
which we take pleasure in calling at
tention to as they are superior to man:
others now on the market. For sweet
ness of tone and volume we doubti
they can be excelled. Nor is there an:
shoddy or cheap work about them. '1'
those in want of an organ and a gooi
one we advise a call on Mr. Shackk
ford, who will take pleasure in showin,
Mr. Kuhns on Cotton Factories.
The many friends in Newberry c
Rev. H. W. Kuhns, will read wit
pleasure his letter in this issue. Iti
apparent that Mr. Kuhns has lost non
of his practical go-aheaditiveness an<
energy that characterized him whil
among us, and for which he was noted
The suggestions he makes in his lette
in regard to a cotton factory for New~
berry are eminently wise and will b'
acknowledged so by every citizen i:
the community. We hope tbe sugges
tions he makes and that bave so oftel
been urged upon this community' wil
be carried out without any unnecessar
delay. This matter has come befor
our people at various times and fo
short periods has enlisted the interest t
our capitalists; but this interest ha
heretofore invariably proved only spar
modic. Another year should not pas
by without the accomplishment of som
practical work in this direction. If th
little village of RockiBill can build
cotton factory cannot the large an
growing town of Newberry do so?
Smith's Screfula Syrup and Star Ct
rine are purely vegetable. Why wi
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Lis
er Diseases, when a few bottles of thee
two great remedies will cure you?
From C. D. McCurry, Newnan Co
Georgize-I take great pleasure in re
'omnigt h ulcD.Cee
Ectoentnd roepbi reney
lixteetornt ad Creep aretiere frM
Spalesodi Crod dring gethsfere ightD
Spasmodi Coupw yersngo rerightD
forney, habCoupw Preventigo, preschibe
for hmis rcioSlureetie whih id
..aninnelv enred him. I find
Col. Wade Manning,
We are pleased to know, retains the
- position of Private Secretary to the
). Governor, having received the appoint
- ment from Gov. Hagood. His official
business in the past has been conducted
in such a satisfactory manner as to
merit the warmest ericoniuns. Success
and prosperity to the gallant Colonel.
WADLEY. EMANUEL CO., GA..
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
d eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Curine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
s ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is a success. for I have had
experience with different physicians i nd
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Curine, which has
- cured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
- you success, I am yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELHAM. 50-ly
Will soon be here and now is the time
f to make your selection of a
CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
I have a large assortment of
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Jewelry, Clocks, Silver Ware, Pens
and pen holders, pencils, &c.
Fine Workboxes, Handkerchief and
Glove Boxes, China Setts, Cups and
Saucers, Flower Vases, Toilet Setts,
Segar Stands, &c.
Come and examine my stock, the
largest assortment ever exhibited in
48 St Watchmaker and Jeweler.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep
sia, indigestion and heartburn.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
The Place to Co.
Now is the time to visit the store of
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, of Colum
bia, for it is full from centre to circum
ference with goods suitable for this sea
son and all other seasons. We know
of no other establishment in which are
kept such a variety in China, Glass,
Crockery and other wares, besides the
assortment of goods suitable for pre
sents are endless and bewildering in
beauty. If you have not the time to
go down to the city an order may be
sent which will be filled to your satis
faction or money returned. 49-tf.
The Columbia Register will be club
bed with the HEI:ALD as follows: Week
ly Register and HERALD $3.50, 1ri
weekly Register and HERALD $5, Daily
Begister and HERALD $8.75.
The Weekly Teoman and H ERALD at
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costive
ness and Sick-Headache,
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT.
When You Make Your Purchases
Try some of Crampton's Palm Soap,
the best in the market. It can be had,
s recollect, of all grocers. Read the fol
'This certifies that about for two
years I have used in my family the cel
ebrated Palm Soap, made by Cramp
.ton Brothers, New York, and consider
it the very best ini the market for gen
- eral use. I think if bought in quanti
ties and allowed to dry for a while, it
Swill last much longer. Altogether 1
rthink it the cheapest in the market.
e REV. F. C. KIMBALL, Enosburgh Falls,
e March 30th, 1880."
f Nov.' 24, 48-6m.
- Forty years' trial hs proved "BLACK
DRAUGHT " the best liver medicine in
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
THoMrsos, Dentist, opposite Herald office
SGREENWOOD, S. C., Jan. 27, 1880.
-Dear Sir.-Knowing the constituent
elements of your HEPATIC PANACEA, I
-have used it in my practice with most
-gratifying results. I unhesitatingly re
'commend It as a reliable and valuable
alterative and gentle cathartic. Its
-rapidly increasing popularity attests the
value of its medicinal properties.
M. C. TAGGART, M. D.
gr For sale to the trade by W. HI.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by WV. E.
-"WINE OF CARDUI " cures irregular,
painful, or difficult menstruation.
For sale by D)a. S. F. FANT.
r 15 Stop Organs, Sub Bass and Coupler
- Only $65-Best in the U. S.
f OPEN YOUR EYES WIDE before you
send North for instruments. Spread
eagle advertisements do not always tell
the exact truth. BETTER instruments at
- same or less pies can be had nearer
home. See these offers: ORGANS-15
Stops, 4 Sets Reeds, Sub Bass and Coup
ler, Beautiful Case, Only $65 ; 9 Stops
4 sets Beeds, only $89 ; 7 Stops, 3 sets
1eds, $55. Stool and Book included.
PIAOS-7 Oct. large size Rich Rose
wood Case. onlqy $178 ; 7 1-3 Oct. largest
size only $200; 7 1-3 Oct. Square Grand,
'extra large, Magnificent Case, only $250.
Stool and Cover included. All from
-old and reliable makers, and fully guar
r anteed; 15 days test trial. We pay
freight if not satisfactory. Positiv'ely
Sthe best ba.1gains in the U. S. No mis
'take about this. We mean business and
competition with the world. Send for
Fall Prices 1880. It will pay you.
Address' LUDDEN & BATES' SOUTHERN
Music HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GA. 47-4t
r"WINE OF CARD Ul" makes rosy
cheeks and clear complexions.
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT.
e Have been tried but none with such
elappy results as Rankin's Extract of
Bubu and juniper.* If you are suffer
ing from any derangement of the Kid
neys or Bladder, Gravel1Pain or Weak
ness in the Back or Hip, get a bottle
1one or two will relieve you.
This article has been before the pub
Slie for nearly ten years, and its sale is
constantly increasing-and that with
very little advertising-which proves
it to be an article of merit. We have
testimonials from some of the leading
physiciains of Georgia, South Carolina
s and Florida, and other states, in re
ard to its reliability as a Diuretic, and
a remedy for the diseases for which it
dPrepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
sLamar, Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and
itr..sn,n.aw nnt eew.
What? Why the endiess display of
elegant and useful articles for Xmas
purposes that are on exhibition at Pel
hiam's D)rug Store. IIis stock is c'omf
plete with all kinds of handsome goods
-any one of which would make a select
gift to sweethe:rt, wife or friend
Vases, Bureau Sets, Celluloid Sets, Co
lognes, Toilet Soaps, Faney Papeteries,
Parlor Lam ps. Frames for Photographs,
Photograph and Autograph Albums,
French Candies, Fireworks, China Tea
Sets, China Cups and Saucers, Fine
Wines and Brandies-in fact nearly
any and everythng that heart could
wish for in the line of material things,
Don't fail to make your purchases at
Pelham's, if you want to be up to the
Everything low in price. 1
Is called to the advertisement in this
issue from the McSmith Music Houses of
Greenville and Charlotte. Particularly
do we allude to the Greenville house as
most convenient, and which is presided
over by Mrs. MeSmith, who is thorough
ly versed in all that relates to this busi
ness. Her facilities are such as enable
her to give the greatest satisfaction.
The instruments sold by her are war
ranted, and those in want of one, either
piano or organ, cannot do better than
apply to her.
There will arrive in this place to-day
a fine collection of Oil Chromos in
frame, which will be put on exhibition
by Mr. P, E. Parmelee, to which we
invite the attention of our citizens. The ,
pictures embrace a large variety of sub
jects, and are executed in the handsom
est style and will be offered at extraor
dinary low prices. As nothing so well
becomes a room as a handsome, bright
picture we advise the reader to take ad
vantage of the present opportunity. Mr.
Parmelee comes highly recommended
and we take great pleasure in introdu
cing him to our community, and wish
him large success.
The Register. t
The publishers of the Columbia Regis
ter have been sending their paper for
some time to certain points on the C. &
G. R. R. on the morning freight, which
reaches Newberry usually two or three
hours ahead of the regular mail. This
is intended as an accommodation to
subscribers at these points, and would
be so if there were any regularity and
certainty about the arrangement. So
far as New berry is concerned the Regis- I
ter very frequently is carried by, there
being no arrangement for conveying c
the papers from the freight train to the
Post Office-and in that case they are
carried on up the roadl and brought
back with the down madl after 4 o'clock
in the afternoon. In view of these
facts, we respectfully suggest that the
more satisfactory plan would be to send
the papers, to New berry at l:ast, by reg
Closed the Circuit Court of Newberry ~
County Saturday, after a session of five
weeks. Tfhe first twvo weeks weore ta
ken up with criminal business, the next ~
two with the trial of jury cases, and the
last week with equity cases, not re
quiring a jury. The Judlge has worked
hard and patiently for the whole time,
and has done all in his power to clear ~
the dockets, and has accomplished a
g-reat deal in this direction, for which ~
he deserves the thanks of the people of ~
It.is not our custom to compliment ~
the Judges; but we cannot refrain from I
saying that Judge Kershaw by his con
duct on the bench has added greatly to
the high admiration mn which he is held ~
by the people. Dignified, firm, cour
teous, able, and learned in the law, he I
is worthy to be ranked alongside of the
Judges and Chancellors who made the ~
Bench of South Carolina in former days
the pride of her people and the admira- ~
tion of the world.
It is highly important that affectioust
of the Throat, Lungs or Bronchialt
Tubes, should be checked at once, andc
for this purpose, nothing equals Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 2f> cents. I
Miss Katie Parker has returned to
her home at Union.
Rev. A. Coke Smith and family, of
Greenville, are in tow n.
Dr. L. A. East, of Greenville, has
been in town for several days. t
Mrs. M. A. Davis, of Indiana, is
spending some time with Mrs. Gen.5
Mr. Jno. C, Wilson, of the House,
came home Saturday and returned j
Maj. G. Lamb Buist, of Charleston,
was in New berry from Friday till Mon
day on professional business.
Geo. Johnstone, Esq., of the House,
came up Monday on business of a few
hours, and returned the same day.
J. K. P. Goggans, Esq., goes to Col
umbia to-day (Tuesday) on business.
He will return Thursday or Friday.
Gen. M. W. Gary, of Edgefield, was(
in Newberry last week attending to<
business in the Common Pleas Court.
Mr. J. Belton Werts will move this3
week to his new place near town. He
intends soon to have a nice dwelling
bose builIt on his place.
A Fatal Affray
Occurred Friday, 3d instant, at May
binton, in this County, between Mr.
Jno. L. Lyles on one side and Mr.
James Thomas and a son of his on
the other. Mr. Lyles has been married
three times; his first two wives having
been daughters of Mr. Thomas. There
has been some trouble between the
father-in-law and son-in-law for some
time in reference to p)roperty. The
parties met Friday at Maybinton at a
sale of some personal property, and a
difficulty arose between them. Mr.
Lyles drew his pistol and shot Mr.
Thomas, inflicting a wound that is
thought to be mortal. Mr. James
Thomas, Jr.. came to his fath'er's assist
ance, and advanced upon Mr. L1yles
with a club. Lyles fired three shots at
him; the first struck hirm in the bre.ast,
ut thu ball was turned by striking a
bundle of papers in his pocket; the see
ond shot struck his pocket-knife and
glanced off; the third passed through
his left arm. Young Thomas kept ad
vacing, and as soon as he got within
reach he struck Lyles on the head with
the elub, breaking the skull and caus
ing almost instant death. These are I
Was a big day in Newberry. A great M
many people were in town, and a large
amount of land was sold. The follow
ing were the Master's sales. R
In the case of C. W. Kinard vs. D. re
T. T. Kinard, Trustee. and others-121
acres, $520, to ). II. Wheeler; 105
teres, $630, to Crayton Dominick. st
Francis Bohb vs. V. P. IItriton, be
Ex'or.-25 acres. $375, to Francis Bobb. a
L. N. McCaughrin vs. W. W. Miller,
ind others-159 acres. $800, to Dr. ad
W. M. Phillips. be
Steffens & Werner vs. W. W. Grif- be
ith and others-33 acres, $305, to G.
Eliza Langford vs. George A. Lewie S:
mnd others-p:artition-162 45-100 acres, ci
>1,505, to J. B. Clary. H
S. C. Loan & Trust Company vs. J.
. Lipscomb-273 1-4 acres, $2,200, to pr
)eo. T. Reid; 265 acres, $1,800, to wi
Ieo. T. Reid; 263 1-2 acres-home N.
)lace-S2.520, to Geo. T. Reid; 339 w<
Lcres, $1,300, to Mrs. Lipscomb.
Elmina C. Maffett vs. Laura A. Half
Lcre-partition---65 46-100 acres, $613, i
o Mrs. Egburg; 981-2 acres $910, to sei
rs. Elmina C. Maffett; 76 acres, hi
>1,005, to Elijah Leitzey; 118 2-5 acres, to
1905, to G. G. DeWalt.
Willie Slider vs. Frances A. Slider de
mnd others-partition-house and lot in Ki
gewberry-1-4 of an acre-$i,305, to sid
). R. Phifer as agent for J. L. Phifer. sel
Susan Carwile vs. Esther Brown
)artition-40-100 of an acre in Helena, a
46, to R. B. Holman; 40-100 of an
cre, $260, to J. 0. Meredith; 80-100 of un
n acre, $63, to J. 0. Meredith.
The following sales were mr.de by
be Judge of Probate:
E. P. Chalmers, Adm'r. vs. Sampson bu
homas and others, house and lot in lia
ewberry-1-4 of an acre-$320, to Mr. to
J. D. Epps, Adm'r. vs. Jas. Douglass
ipps and others,'700 acres, $4,150, to Cl:
enj. Byrd. th<
The following tracts were sold by Y. th<
Pope, Executor of David DeWalt, ne
ec'd.: 204 acres, $2,000, to G. G. De- fer
Valt; 126 1-2 acres, $1,815, to H. M.
The following tracts were sold by sic
no. T. Peterson, Executor of Washing- ho
vn Floyd, dec'd.: 264 1-4 acres, $1,200, R.
F. H. Dominick; 781 24-100 acres, J.
2,125, to F. H. Dominick; 592 acres, p1
3,610, to L. W. Floyd.
From the above it will be seen that Bi
32,282 worth of land was sold, and Pr
bat the prices were good. W
The largest purchase was made by a otl
olored man-700 acres at $4,150. An- St<
ther colored man paid $1,005 for at
.wo Important Cases th
Of public interest were heard and de- en
ided at the late term of the Circuit crc
,ourt. One was the case of D. H. ex
Vheeler against Newberry County.
r. Wheeler sold lumber to the County co
Jommissioners several years ago, at Lo
bie price customary at that time; his w
eount was appro-ved by the then Board ne
f County Commissioners, and two pay- aci
ents were afterwards made on it; one .
f 16 3-4 per cent. in 1874, the other of
6 per cent. in 1876. The Commission cuI
ppointed by the Governor, composed of
f Messrs. Caldwell, Longshore and nl
aipscomb, disallowed the claim, or wi
caled it, when it came before them. N4
r. Wheeler refused to accept a certifi- qu
ate for less than the full amount, and .
rought action against the Counuty for
be full amount of the claim remainingr fo
npaid. The County contested the case lic
n the ground that there had been no Sy
ppeal from the action of the Commis
on its decision wvas fin-i!. Mr. Wheel- an
r proved that he sold the lumber to
be Commissioners at the prices charged 1:at
rivate individuals, which was no more Sy
han the lumber was worth at that
ime, that it was delivered, and that of
be County Commissioners approved ty,
he claim. These things having been i i
roved, the only question remainig in
vas whether the Commission was a re<
ourt, wvhose decision was binding. g0.
udge Kershaw charged the jury, on g
his point, that the Commission was not tri
Court, but was in the nature of a com
ittee appointed to ascertain and report "
he bonaf.ide indebtedness of tile Coun- ""
y. As evidence that the Legislature
Lid not regard the action of the Coin
nission as judicial and fmnal, the Joint
lesolution of the Legislature, passed Or
fter the Commission had made its i-e- Go
ort to that body, directed the County Lo
Jommissioners to issue certificates of Mi
ndebtedness upon those claims found G
~aid by the Commission, and upon such
ther claims as might thereafter be found
~aid by any Court of competent juris
~iction. The jury found for the plain
if the full amount of his claim, less theB
It is feared by some that the decision B3
this case will open up a great dheal of
itigation against the County; but we
Ion't think so. A large number of re- mI
ected claims would not bear ventila
ion in a Court of justice; and1 those
ho have accepted certificates for small- Ii
r amounts than their claims called for
ire precluded from taking any further LA
TIhe other case was that of the State st
ginst H. C. Moses, former Clerk of
ourt, and his bondsmen, on his official
ond. He gave two bonds while he
was Clerk. The case on the latter,
riven A pril 4, 1877, was heard first, and
he jury found for the plaintiff for $10,
)00, the penalty of the bond, which ver
lit is for the benefit of parties inter
sted. In the suit on the first bond, the
ury, in accordance with the charge of Tn
,e presiding Judge, found a verdict in
'avor of the defendants.
All the above cases will probably go ii
ip to the Supreme Court on appeal. c
arious and all About.
Newberry wants entertainment. V
Pay your subscription before Christ- Cc
Weather warm last week, and plenty
>f rain. Cold again. s
D. B. Wheeler & Co., have in har- st
less Mr. D. G. Dorron. F
A splendid assortment of new and c~
easonable articles at the HERALD Book C
Mr. Wistar Tribble's land, near Mud- AK
ick, has been bought b.y Capt. B. H. ~
A shoe factory is thought of by W. ji
E. Dickert & Son, Let us have it by RI
Mr. Cline is at work on the Market
extension; the Opera House has been
Adam, everybody remembers Adam,
well, lie is back again. He is a Jack
f all trades.I
We'll never be happy again, unless
o ndebtd pa before Christmas
'The reader who has not paid his sub.
ription yet is earnestly asked to do so.
Te need every dollar now.
We are pleased to know that Mrs.
odelsperger and her daughter hao
covered from their serious illness.
Lost last S:aturday week a pair o
el ribbed Spectacles. The loser will
obliged if the finder w leave them
Christmas is near at hand, and we
vise the little people to he on their
>t behavior, so that Santa Claus will
good to them.
Mr. L. F. Longshore brought in on
.turday two horse-' pples of second
op, about the size of guinea eggs.
3 says his trees are loaded with them.
Mr. J. S. Carwile, who sleeps on the
emises, scared off a party of thieves
io were trying to get into Messrs. J.
Martin & Co.'s store one night last
Have you bought a "right" yet? No,
.ll this is not right; see Dr. McGimp
y at once, and buy a right to make
Magic Soap, the greatest soap known
W. R. Tappan, Contractor and Buil
r, Toledo, Ohio, says: An Excelsior
dney Pad relieved me of pain in the
les of fifteen years standing. Please
id me another Pad.-See Adv.
Just after the heavy rain on Friday
t, Mr. Waters, meeting Mr. Morde
Foot in the mud, said it is very wet
der Foot; yes, replied Mordecai,
ring to the heavy fall of Waters.
An attempt was made recently to
rn the corn crib of Dr. Jas. H. Wil
ms. The fire was discovered in time
prevent any damage. The would-be
endiaries will probably be caught.
Have you visited the gallery of the
ark Bros. yet? If you have not go
re directly and examine the pictures
are on exhibition, and have your like
ss taken while the opportunity is of
Mr. W. O. Goree takes the old man
n house and Capt. Whites the Mayes
use. Mr. T. F. Harmon has bought
T. Reagin's place. The latter with
M. Harmon will occupy the O'Neall
Photo.. and Auto. Albums, beautiful
bles and Testaments, Hymn Books,
ayer Books, Hymnals, Toy Books,
riting Desks, Work Boxes, and many
ier articles at the HERALD Book
The boom in cotton for the last ten
ys or two weeks was occasioned by
cold and wet weather which threat
ed to, and no doubt will, reduce the
)p considerably below what had been
lwing to the crowded state of/ >ur
lumns the communication of "Clara
uise" will not appear until next week.
e suggest to our fair friend that the
xt communication be not written
'oss two pages.
Monday was the first day of the ex
rsion to Charleston. Quite a number
people came down the road, and the
iber was considerably augruented
ien the train reached this place.
swberry will send down her full
Do not fail to call on your d::uggist
-a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
ious blood purifier, Smith's Serofula
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
d is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is too
e and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
rup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
Moore's Southern Business Universi
Atlanta,Ga.-This is to certify that
nve used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
my family for several years, and can
3mmend it as an invaluable remedy
-Coughs. etc., and have found it su
ior to any other remedies that I have
ed. For sale by Dr. WV. E. PEL
NEWBE RRY, S. 0., Dec. 7, 1880.
rlinary........................S8 a 9j
od Ordinary.................. 9a10
od Middling .................... all
ood demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
y J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New... 63 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured... 8
Sides, C. R., New............ a 93
tY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a 9
Sides, Long Clear.............9
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............ 123
Grauulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C.................. 11
Cofree C.................. 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
.SPCE.................. . 25
P PER...................... .-- 0
Roasted or Parched. .3
Best Rio........... --.... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
ARC.......................... a 12
'AR CANDLES................ 15
4OUR, per bbl.................6.0a0.00
)NCENTRATED LYE........... 10
GLISH SODA................. 10
)RSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
:A FOAM 1BAKING POWDER 35
ELE GREASE.................. 10
BACCO................. .....6a 1.25
uLs(o ke,r.... ...............4.0
itROW TIES. per bunch.......... 2 50
CD CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
ED OATS-per tu..... ....50a
A LARGE VARIETY OF
LED LINE POEM1S,
Trr -,so., wordsnoth, (nwner, Hood.
I am conpc"ll"d to sell niy Marl anl
Buggy, as I have ;iot receiv"" fros; pe:r.5
who havet ti: ttl mn' t r " on , t t lm triel e
years and mIin.i:m1":y <;mY lo buy% f'omd
for my .Mlare, nmcl le's lo pay :V alhts
lur other peopie.
I do hope that ty dt1'ors n iii cu;;e
soon and pay their accounts.
Dec. 1, t9-1n. P. I. RWFF.
San ta Claus' Headqteirtors!
H. A. BURNS'.
Another Xnias is nearly here and in select
ing your Xmas Precnts call ear;y before the
goods have beer picked over and Xmas Eve
rush. I have on hand a full stock of
VASES, CUPS AND SAUCERS,
TOILET SETS, DOLLS,
FRENCH and PLAIN CANDIES,
RAISINS. NUTS, CITRON,
CURRANTS, SPICES, EXTRACTS,
APPLES, B.kNANAS, ORANGES,
PLES ONS GRAPES, COCOANUTS,
CANNED GOODS, CRACKERS,
PICKLES, JELLIES, &c.
Also, a full line of
Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
Besides the above I have added an
to my store. Give me a call.
H. A. BURNS.
Dec. 1, 49-4t.
MRS. JENNIE BRANNAN
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and sarcounding country, that she
has opened a first clas DRESS MAKING
ESTA BLISI M ENT, fronting Mr. Newton
Martin's residence, in the house known as
the Rev. J. W. Iumbert's. I guarantee
first class work and perfect fits, and as to
prices I am confident they will give satis
faction. I formerly lived in this town, and
commenced this business with Mrs. Stod
dard. Since then I have had more than
six years experience, partly in this State
and partly in Georgia, and have returned
here in the hope of obtaining a portion of
the public patronage. I also make all
kinds of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, when
cut by a Tailor. Boys' Clothing I cut and
fit myself by Ghart Measure-during dull
seasons. I also make all kinds of UNDER
WEAR. Give ie a call,,one and all, and
I guarantee perfect satisfaci.ion.
MRS. JENNIE BIRANNAN.
Dec. 1, 49-3m.
Poor House Keeper.
Physician to Poor House and
Sealed bids will be received by the un
dersigned until 10 o'clock A. M., on Mon
day, December 1:3th next., for a Keeper to
the County Poor House, and a Physician to
the Poor House and Jail, each to cotnmance
on January 1st, 1881. Bids for the Poor
House may be offered either to keep the
Poor House at a stated salary or to supply
the paupers with food, clothing, &c., at so
much per head per month ; applicants for
this position will also please sta'e boiv much
land w':ll be cultivated for the County free
By order of the County Commissioners of
F. WERlBER, JR.,
Clerk Co. Comn's., Nea berry Co.
Nov. 10, 46-5t.
Newberry News copy 3 times e o w.
Columbia & Greenville R. R.
LAURENS R. R.
Spartanburg, UiIOd%& Columbia R. R.
Round Trip Excursion Rates
AGIOULTLlutL Am H0l0~ANIA 800I1TY
AT CHARLETON, S. C.,
On DECEMBEIt 6th, 7th,8Sth, 9th, 10th, 11th,
12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, at which time also
occurs the CHIARLESTON RACES, and the
Meeting of the GR AN D LODGE OF MA SONS.
Visit ors to Charleston on the occasion de
scribed can obtain Round Trip Tickets at
all regular Ticket Stations 0f theise Roads,
at the rates and limits herein named, on
December uth, 7th. Sth, 9th. 10th and 11th,
GOOD TO RETURN USTIL DECEMBER 17th
Newberry...U.U0 Ureenv ille...10.00
Ninty-Six....9.001 Senca City..1.00
New Market........ 9.00J Walhalla......10.00
Greenwood...9.00: Martin's....... 7.00
Hodges'........ .o Clinton.......7.00
Abbeville...... 9.0Laureons....... 7.50
Donnad's.... 950~ Union.........7.0
Honea Path...9.50' Spartanburg.. .9.00
Belton..........9.50 11 endersonvil le 10.00
J. W. F RY. Gen. Sup's C. & G. R. R.
A. POtPE, G3eneral Passenger A gent.
JAS. AND ERSON.
General Sup't S. U. iijC. R. R.
That Car Load of large
heavy first class
which have been bought at 25 per cent less
thani the combination price, and will be
SOLD FOR LESS
Than any Stoves of the same~ class ever
offered in thtis market.
Come a-nd see for yourselves and if I do
not speak the truth don't buy.
WV. T. WRIGHT.
Newberry, S. C., 47 ly
C RIS TMAS!
MAK YOUR SELEITlON
For the Little People!
And that yon may do so satisfactorily not
only to the children, but to yourselves, you
are invited to examine the
8IO0i Of Bf TLWIf[ 600US
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Chrias and New Years Books.
I o'~cl~ Carrh,.
Patented, Nov :"
THE BEST SPRING '
SINGLE PAIR. Next Doo
Nov. 24, 4S-3m.
At His METROPOLITAN
Offers the Largest a
Ever Exhibited i
BIUJ, PA.RLR ,,, AND P
All Styles of Fin
CHAIRS, all kinds, E
Mattresses, bE:d Spi
dow Shades, Se:
And in short every article f F
These Goods are at"
The Carpet Exhibitor---the no
Come, see and be convinced.
WRIGHT & J. ?
Largest Assortment in the
IHATS, ini the ]
And Efery Other Article in Gel
WRIGHT & J.1
I am still keeping uip
making the Finest C,
State. MyI Cutter is a
styles as the?! make t
Samples sent on appi
of (only) French and .1
ways on hand.
W. 0. SWAF:
Oct 20, 41-ni.CO L M]
A lilAli 119011
My assortment of fine~ nadi plain Clothing i
is the largest ever exhibited in the city of Colti
tion of my friends and the public generally to
will be pleased with its variety and excelleuc -
All Prices! All Sty!
Sole Agent for the Celebrated STA R
Best Shirt in 1
27 Dont fail to canit and se' .nie whe i'i
Oct. 6, S-1v.
Dry Goods as
NEW STORE IN (
DESS GOODS, in all th
FEIOSilks,fo Sain>s, 3
FIN aHOieRYm an r LGe 3
Laies' nin Gnto
G E N TS
BED EVER MADE !
StronfIr anzd DurabieC
Y RICHTS FOR SALE.
A. BAKER & CO.,
to Newe) rry Hct1l, Newbe*-ry, S. C.
nd Best Stock of
ii this Market.
IMIG RooM 8UIT
ish and Prices.
[AIR and COTTON
'ings, Desks, Win
urniture known to the trade.
at LOW PRiCES.
' perfect of all inventions.
R. Y. LEAVELL.
~ity, and at the Lowest
tlemen's Furntishjing Goods.
my reputation for
wstom Work~ in the
live to all the latest
heir app earance in
Won,e but fir~'st-class
ication. A futll line
sgish Suitings al
~IA, S. C.
S.nd '' Ge nt' ani Yo th' Furishin Goods
mbia, and I respect faliy invite the atten -
in examina tion, felingi assu-ed that tney
Come and judge for yourselves.
s ! All Qualities !
SHIR T, Warranted to be the
m tme Citv.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
:OLUYBIA, S. C.,
e late varieties,
,relvets., Caslunieres, .etc.
is~s and Gents,
in an-Se wedaShoe,
' a BOYS'cI NElty,
y aarn nnves erme narc