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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1SSO.
INDEX TO XEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Gilder's Liver Pills.
Young John Pope-Notice.
J. B. Fellers-Probate Sales.
Miss Cotield-Echool Noti^e.
J. G. Martin-Monev Found.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
Silas Jobnstone-Master's Sale.
E. R. Pelon-Eclectic Magazine.
I. W. England-The Sun for 1SS1.
T. T. Grentener-Again and Again.
John M. Johnstone, Alan Johnstone-No
James F. Glenn-Court Newberry, No. 2.
Mrs. E. C. & Miss Lizzie White-Fancy
H. McSmith-A Trash Mover-MeSum ith
on the Home. Stretch.
Ludden & Bate,-Glurious News-Appro
priate Holiday Gifts for Musical People.
Mr. Cal. Suber died at his home near
Kinard's Turn Out Tuesday, 7th inst.,
Mrs. Maria Thompson, of Greenville,
died the 7th instant. She was a sister
of the late Pettus W. Chick and Reu
ben S. Chick of this County.
Mrs. Meadors, wife of Rev. Woa. P.
Meadors, died at Greenwood Monday,
6th instant, of pneumonia. She was
formerly Miss Katie English, of Union,
and had been married only a year.
Holy Communion in the Lutheran
Church 4th Sunday after Christmas.
The above announcement was ne
glected last Sunday.
There will be several large Christ
mas Trees in town during Christmas
week. There will be one for the Lu
theran Sunday School, and one for the
Bear it in Mind
That the oysters served at the hot
supper of the Y. M. C. A., were from
the house of M. B. Bateman, Columbia.
Others in need can be supplied from the
same place on liberal terms.
.December 12th, near King's Creek
Church. The loser can have it by prov
ing ownership and paying for this ad
vertisement. J. G. MARTIN.
More paper before Christmas. If
the merchants of New berry have any
thing they wish to call attention to they
can do so by handing in their notices
between this and next Tuesday morn
ing. Christmas advertisements insert
ed at moderate rates.
Court Newb erry, No. 2, I. 0. F.
A regular meeting of this Court w ill
be held this (Tuesday) evening at 7 1-2
o'clock. A full attendance of the memt
bers isgrequested. By order of the C.
R. JAMES F. GLE.m. Rec. Sec.
Dec. 14, 1880. lt
The Southern Planter
For December is as usual full of
interest to the farmer especially, and
we commend it to them as a most ex
cellent authority. Publishiea at Rich
mond, Va., for $2 per year. Address
Southern Planter and Farmer Company
On the 24th inst., at Luther & Domii
nick's Hall, Prosperity, the High School
of that prosperous town will give a
pleasant entertainment, consisting of
Charades, the Drama, &c. The occa
sion will be an interesting one. and we
advise all the patrons of the school and
lovers of innocent amusement to attend.
Change in Proprietorship.
A change has come over the Twin
Spring Bed which we are happy to state
does not hurt it in the least. Our friend
Wmn. Zobel, of Helena, has bought the
right for this County, and from this
time forwartd the Springs will be manu
factured and sold by him, and we cor
dially commend him to our citizens.
Just as Christmas comes once a year,
so the Masons unbend and indulge in a
social bender, which generaily proves
to be as pleasant as it can be made.
On St. John's Day, the 27th of this
month, or rather at night, they will
give one of their usual natty supperS,
and to which we acknowledge a very
At a regular Communication of Anmi
7 ty Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., held Deec.
6th, the following oflcers were elected
to serve the ensuing Masonic year:
W. M.-N. B. Mazyck.
S. W.-Eduard Scholtz.
J. W.-A. S. Owen.
Secretary-Junius E. Cnapman.
A Thing of Beauty
Is a joy forever; s.o says a poet, and
so we say this week in relation to the
*beautifal display made by Dr. Fant of
'Vick's Ornamental Grasses, Bouquets
and Hanging Baskets. We know of
nothing so charming as an adornment
to the sitting room or parlor, and we
*advise our fair lady readers to go and
see them before the assortment is bro
The Miller Land.
That fine tract of land on S:duida
river, near Saluda Old Town. containa
ing nine hundred and forty (940) acres,
which was advertised for sale last Side
day at the risk of the former purchaser,
was sold previous to Sale-day to Mr. F.
'--..Werber, Sr., he paying the bid of the
former purchaser, Mr. Wills, and the
interest. It is one of the finest planta
tions in the up-country.
Christmas is Coming
And everybody and the rest of man
kind is looking out for something whien
w ~ill serve as a present, or for somfethiing
they wvant just because it is the Christ
mas season. It is a suitable time to ad
vertise and let the people know what
can be had, and where it can be had.
Our merchants are mnvited to use the
HIEaLw as a medium of intelligence.
Adivertisements will be inserted on iib
eral terms. The pub)lic .can the paper
eagerly at this season.
Off to Conference.
Revs. J, B. Campbhell, J. W. Keliy,
J. S. Porter and Trios. S. Moorumn,
Esq., have gone to Marion to attend the
5. . -Metbodist Con ference. which
Off to the West.
Mr. James 1). Glenn left Newbe
Monday with his family for Arkansa
APPROPRIATE HOLIDAY GIFTS Fi
First and best of all, an elegant I
ANO or PARLOR ORGAN, that n
afiord exquisite ple(asure for a Wh(
lite"time. Next, a wonderful Music
Cabinet, Cabinetto, or Orguinette, ti
a child can play. Also Children's I
anos, Metalloplhones, Music Boxes, M
sical Albums, Music Folios, MIu:
Bookz, \iolins. G=+uit:rs. Accordeor
Flutes, 'Fifes, FIa_reolets, H armon:;e:
I)ruins, Banjcs, 'Piano Stools, Pia
c'overs,. and last. but not least, a vea
sui)seiption to the SouTIiEiN MusIc
JI(t' fNA.. Pries spc''idly recdure(d j
11)i1hi trudc. Send for Cataloguc
LUD)l)'EN & BATES' SocTIEIiEx M
SIC HotsE, SAVANNAH. GA. It.
A Trash Mover.
There are lIttle agents and deale
turough North Carolina advertisi
that they sell the best Piano and Orga
made. Let us look into this: tlh
drni't sell the Mason & Iiamlin Orga
because McSnith controls the Sta
for them; the same for Chickering
Son's Pianos, and others of the be
makers. Parties that are authori:;
representatives of my house are s.li
"Don't y ou forget it!' Never adverti:
that you sell the best Org:ans unless v(
have the Mason & Hamlin; because,
you do you will get left. sure. I)or
advertise a large lot of Pianos and C
gans when you only have one squeal
Organ and no stool to show. Six
Organs and 30 Pianos right here
stock. backs up my advertisement
besides wagon loads of sheet mus
and small instruments. Write to n
for anything you want in the mus
liue, and will give and sell it to rou t
the square. H. McSMITH,
Charlotte, N. C., and Greenville, S.
They Fix Him All Right.
NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 180.
W. H. BARnETT, l)ruggist, August
Ga.: Please send me a box of GIl
)ER'S LIVER PILLS, by mail. A
biek and need them. They fix me
right every time. J. W. Wll1'E.
r For sale to the trade by W. I
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. ]
Forty years' trial has proved "BLACI
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Do not fail to call on your druggi
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and d
licious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofu
Star Curine cures all chronic Sor
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is it
late and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofu
Syrup and Star Carine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M1., Presidei
f Moore's Southern Business U nivers
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-Trhis is to certify th;
1 have used Dr. Cheney's Exp,ectorm~
in miy f:umlty for several years, arnd er
recommend it as an invaluable remed
for Coughs, etc., and have found it si
peio to any other remedies that I hcas
ried. For sale by Dr. WV. E. PEz.
"B LACK-DRAUGH T"~ cures dyspel
sia, indigestion andhertburn.
For sale by D)a. S. F. FANT.
The Place to Co.
Now is the time to visit the store<
lessrs. Kingsland & Heath, of Colun
>ij., for it is full from centre to circun
eree with goods suitable for this set
on and all "other seasons. We kno
f no other establishment in which am
kept such a variety in China, Glas
JroeLkerv and other wares, besides ti:
ssortment of goods suitale for pr<
sents are endless and bewilderingi
bauty. If you have not the time 1
o down to the city an order may'1
ent wh'iceh will be tilled to y'our satl
fation or motney ret urnIed. 40-tf.
"WINE OF CAR DUI" cures irregula
painui, or dillicuil menstruation.
For sae by DR. S. F. FANT.
The Columbia Recgi.stcr will he elii
>ed with the H-ERtALD as follows. Wcee
'g Re'gister and IIERALD) $3.50, 2r
acl Registe.- a nd H ElRAI) w $, Dic
legiscr an d H ER ALD S8.75.
The Weekly Yeomn and HEnALD:
" BLACK-DRAUGH T' cures costiv<
ess and Sick-Headache.
For sale by Dii. S. F. FANT.
When You Make Your Flurchases
Try some of Crampton's Palm Soal
the best in the market. It c:m be har
reoleet, of all grocers. Read the fo
"T1his certifies that about for tw
years I havec used in my family th~e ce
erated Palm Soap, made by Crami
tou Birothers, New Y'ork, and cnsid<
t the very best in the market for gel
erd use. I think if bought in q1uant
ties and allowed to dIry for a while,
will last much longer. Altogether
think it the cheapest in the mnar.k
REv. F. C. KIDnALL~, Enosburgh Faill
M1arch 30th, 1880."
Nov. 24, 48-Gmu.
TuloMISOs, De'ntist-, opposite IIerald oIi
"WINE OF CARDUI" makes ro:
chksan clear complexions.
For sale by Dii. S. F. FANT.
Thousands ve it, Why Hesitate ?
,JOY TO TIIE WOR~LI! WVO3IAN
Fm'EE!-Amaong the many dliscoveri
oking to the haLppines and amehior
tioni of the human race, none is entith:
to higher consideration than Dr.
B adildd's Female Regulator, "WV
man' s Biest Friend" B5 it woman
emancipated fromu numberless ills pee
iar' to her sex. Before its magic pow<
all irregulities of the womb yanis
It eures "whites," suppression of ti
-'enses," and removes uterm?e o
5tructins. It eures conistipaition at
rengthiens the systeuW, braces ti
nerves and purifies the blood, it ner
fis, as thousands of women will tes
Pre pared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atla
ta, Ga.. price $1.50) per. botue. Su
by all Druggi-ts.
~'TuoMiASVILLE&, Ga., Jnne 28, 157
I haveU bense!n Brdin )
m:ii: Regulator for years, anu it st
contiues popuilr-an evidence oi
beifl( :d! etaimed for it. I can ree:
instances in wiL I it aiflorded reclief
ter all the usual remedies had faile
S. J. CASSELS, Druggist.
Mrs. E. C. aid Miss Lizzie
Respectfully inform their customers
and friends that they have removed to
the corner store in the Crot well Build
-inr, where they will be happy to see
11I antl serve them with articles in their
- Their stock ebnraces a large variety
.. \A N(CY A RT I('LBES,
Especially :)propriate fOr the Hloliday
PiCTURIES AND PICTURE Fs.HIES,
s BRACKETS, of all kinds,
.! And m1any1 other things vhiieb1 need on
ly be seen to be appreciated and want
Call and examine--left hand store.
- 0 ti
- H. A. BU R NS'.
Another Xmas is carIv here and in select
;t inlg your Xis 'resenit call early hfore the
st nods have been p icked .ver ai4 Xnas Eve
ru i. I hae on hiii a full stock of
V. SES, CUPS ANt) SAUCERS,
't TOILET SETS. DULLS.
if Fl-ENCII and PLAIN CANDIES,
t RAIStNS NU:Ts, CITrON.
CURR ANIS. ,PiCES. EX ERACTS,
APPLES. iANAN AS, ul:ANGES,
L:EMONS, G;A PL-., Ct COANU-l'S,
Ly CANNED 60ODS, CiIACKEIIS,
in PICKLES, JELLIES, &c.
S- A'so, a full line of
Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
e. Besides the above I have added an
- to ruy store. Give m. a call.
H. A. BURNS.
Dec. 1, 49-4 t.
a, School Notice.
Miss Co'rmIU has rented rooms in
Mrs. Bradley's dwelling, and desires to
open there a school for young l:dies
and children. She respectfully solicits
the p:atrontge of he people of New ber
- ry. For further p:tieuiars. apply to
51-?t I D. S. F. FANT.
McSMITH ON THE HOME STRETCH
Badly Disfigul ed But Still in the Ring!
Read my advertisement in this issue,
St and you will give these Northern ad
vertisements the go by. Look at me!
La You forget that Happy Mc. is on the
track, and every one that knows me is
?s betting two to one that Mc. won't allow
the old Pulmetto State or North State to
o get left. Here we comec-a 15 Stop Or
a gan, Sub Bass and Coupier, only $65.
Best in the market. Orgas-15 Stops,
it. sets Reeds, Sub Batss and Octave
tCoupler, line walnut ease, stool and
b~ ook, only SG5. 9 Stops, 4 sets Reeds,
only $59. 7 Stops, 3 sets Reeds, only
n 55. You get a better Ins~trumwent right
her.e at home and you save freight by
ordering fromi this House. You pay
efreight o>nly from Charlotte or Green
ville. and( if no sale, I pay all freight.
15 (days trial aLnd guiaranitee for G years.
Put thais in your pipe and smoke it
>- then send for illustrated price lists.
Address, HAPPY MCS3HTHI,
Greenville. S. C., and Charlotte. N. C.
Kendall's Treatise on th~e Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
H ERAL Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single copy, or. five c'pies for $1.00.
v'Tis book tells you what to do for your
ehorse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
~To the Bondsmen of Furman Universiil.
The bonds given ini Newberry Coun
ty have been placed in our hands, as
mutual friends of the bondsmen and( the
r, University to effect a compromise.
Call on one of us.
M. E. BROAD)DUS.
WADI.EY, E31ANU EL Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
jGentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
St ar Curine on my leg, it being affected
t with an old sore caused by a wound re
eeived dluring~ the late war. After hay
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
Sto say' that it is a success, for I have hiad
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Curine, wxhich has
cured a remarkable bad ease. Wishing
you success, I am yours, respectfully,
I, .JOHN BE~LL.
~.For sale by Dr. W. E. PEUMLM. 50-ly
o Keeper of Poor House and Count:y Phy
- The County Comissioners awarded
e theC contract the 1:Sth instant for keep
i- ing the Poor IIouse and also contract
i- for Physician to the Poor~ House and
it Jail for the next twelve mnoniths. The
I former contract was awarded to Mr. H.
t. Carter Wilson ; the latter to Dri. J.
s, Wmn. Folk.
Killed by a Crumb of Bread.
A two year old son of Mr. .Jno. C.
:eDavis, living near Clinton, Laurens
County, mnet with a singular~ death the
7 4th instant. The child was running
about the room wvith a piece of biscuit
in his hand of which lhe was eating;
somfeting cause(d him to cry and wvhile
crying a crumb of the b,iscuit got into
I his windpipe and lie died in a fewv min
d Peterson Maga:'ine,
J. For Januaryz, is before us, in al vanrce;
an d has OudZne itsch e Ven. U:ides two
ceiore~d steel fasion pha!e, and a. super
c oore pa::ern ini iei ' em ridery,
id om hiaia hmuirc.a a oudn;avng
0; ehins, wor :bb pe ai etc. it
ha n .'cray of .:e,n.et,ec., etc,
- i b 'noou ]k.t) ih ud n k a y
and' B.ug: There are ~. o i.o Ie , hjorb
-s.. k. Eti .wj y peror s to al it
7 1 'm i - and :-L oe sajunal of
.,a .11-: . * il.' ni i a, uWqetion-ul
U- al,:e ce p- .:,ad he:. Evo yo, dyi I
oLah to hav it T e- ar butilI Two
~ I '.~ ~ tvelvl)odv
0.,..j... 10 'li:x LII 14..a aIC lIUL Two
in v ~iz "'CU t!c.lUCtIOilS tO
Good Music in Store.
We are pleased to state that the cele
b-:ated Mendelssohn Quintette Club will
favor Newherrv with a Concert on the
23d of this month. Among the bright
Particular stars we notice the name of
MN arie Nellini. It will he a rich treat,
and we advise the lovers of good music
not to miss it.
Springs brings the blossoms. Au
tumn brings the fruit-and also Colds,
ete.. for which nothing sunerior to Dr.
Bull's Cough Sprup has ever been of
fered to the puhlic. It always cures.
Price 25 ets.
DeLano's Comedy Company
Performed in Thespian Hall Monday
night. The play was "Penelope; or
the Milkman's Bride". Penelope was
vivacious and witty, and sang well.
Mir. \'ade is a good tenor. The other
Voices were very ordinary, and the act
ing was not as good as we have seen.
'"Penelope" is decidedly the stupidest
thing in the way of a comic operetta
that has ever been imposed on an tin
suspecting public. With a good piece
the company would probably prove
The Y. M. C. A. Hot Supper
Was a complete success. The object
of the entertainment appealed equally
to all the community, and the ladies
having the matter in charge determined
to succeed. The arrangements were
perfect, and everything was nicely pre
pared. The attendance was good, the
pretty waitresses were polite and atten
tive, and everything contributed to
make one feel happy and to spend his
small change. The amount taken in
was i125; a fter deducting the ex
penses the net proceeds amount to the
snug sum of $100.
Out on Bail.
Mr. James Thomas, Jr.. who killed
Mr. Jno. L. Lyles in an affray at May
binton the 3d, went before Judge Wal
lace, on Habcas Corpus, at Union, the
7th, and gave bail in the sum of $3,000.
the following persons going en his
bond: Jno. C. Richards, V. T. Jeter,
J. \\ Jeter, Sims McDaniel. Mr.
Thomas is represented by David John
son, Jr., Esq., of Union.
Mr. James Thomas. Sr., who died the
6th instant from a wound given by Mr.
Lyles in the same affray, was seventy
six years old.
We were mistaken last week in say
ing that the Coroner's Jury rendered a
verdict of justifiable homicide. They
only found the fact of the killing. It
was not their province to find whether
the killing was justitiable or otherwise.
A Bri!liant Meteor
Passed across the heavens in the
West Thursday evening between sun
set and dark, and attracted much atten
tion. A few persons saw the meteor
itself; some think they heard the noise
of its passage through the atmosphere.
It left a trail, about 20 degrees long,
that remiained for nearly a half hour, at
first quite brilliant, then fading gradual
ly away. H-ad it been dark this mie
teor would have made a magnificent
display. As it was it was a rare sight,
and was the subject of much specula
tion and wvon3er.
Meteors are solid bodies that fly
through space, coming from some un
known quarter. They move with tre
mendous velocity, and if they strike the
earth's atmosphere, (wvhieb extends
about forty miles above the earth's sur
face) their friction wvith the atmosphere
generates such an amount of heat as to
ignite them, and give to them the ap
pearance of a swiftly-moving ball of
ire. Usually they leave a trail behind
them, as this did.
Mr. J. H. Bouknight, of Charleston,
was in towvn Monday.
Mr. C. C. Montgomery, of Richland,
was in town Saturday.
Mr. C. P. McGimupsey left to-day for
bis home in North Carolina.
Miss Eloise Johuison, of Atlanta, is
visiting her cousin Mrs. Dr. Welkh.
0. L4. Schumpert, Esq., has gone to
Charleston to attend the Grand .Lodge
Mrs. Dr. F. F. Gary and daughter, of
Cokesbury, have been in New berry sev
eral days on a visit to Mrs. Capt. McFall.
Capt. James N. Lipscomb has been
re-elected Master of the State Grange,
and Col. Thos. WV. Holloway, Secretary.
Mr. Hairston, of Martin's D)epot, who
was so badly hurt three wveeks ago by
the bursting of an engine, is recover
Capt. Mike Peake's mashed fcot has
about recovered its wonted shape and
agility, and he is again at his post as
Conductor on the Laurens Rail Roa~d.
The following delegates from this
County attended the State Gxrang.e meet
ing( in Charleston last week: James N.
Lipscomb, S. A. Hunter, S. H. Fellers.
Col. Win. S. Degan, traveling agent
for the Columbia Rcgister, stopped over
in New berry from Saturday to Monday.
The Colonel is ai good canvasser, and
canvasses for a good paper.
Mr. P. E. Parnmelee, of whose coming
wve made mention last week, is nowv in
town with an invoice of Chromnos which
he will have the pleasure of exhibiting
to the public. A handsome picture
beautifies the home, and it is fortunate
that they can be had at a cost which
enables every one to have them.
'Col. W. WV. Davies, Agent of the
Piedmont Air Line and Atlantic Coast
Line Railways, put in a pleasant ap
pearance at our office on Monday last.
Col. D). is one of the cleverest railroad
men wve know, and we have not forgot
ten his many courtesies while Superin
tendent of the Spartanburg & Unmon
Smith's SerfulaSyriup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
youi suirler with Cancer, White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rheumiatismn, Kidney and Liv
er Diseaseg, when a few bottles of these
two great remedies will cure you?
From C. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commnernding to the public Dr. Cheney 's
E~xpeetoranit andit Croup Preventive. My
in the Soil had been a great sufferer from
Spa.,modie Group durmillg theI iht. Dr.
Uieuiey, abou)tt two years ago, prescribed
for him his Crou p Prevenitive, wich has
most miraculously cured him. 1 ind it
equally beneficialIin all cases of Coughs.
I consider it a blessing in my family.
Every one should keep it in their houses.
Try Smith's Serofula Syrup for y our
blood T remoesc all sL-in ceruntins
Various and all About.
Weather cold and clear.
Business not :as good as it might be
The Twin Spring bed takes like h<
A "masquerade pound party" is tall
The epizootic is felt by man an
Never before has there been such
display of Christ iai goods.
"When the weather is mild at Chris
mas, cold weather lasts till Spring."
Judge Hudson will ir-iile at th
February Tet of the Circuit Court.
"Every child has a right to Chriszm:
and all the happiness the word implies.
This month has two new moons; on
was on the 1st; the other will be th
Eggs are so scarce that fears are er
tertained concerning the customar
Men are like pins-one with a litti
head may he just as sharp as one wit
a big head.
The Star of Peace Lodge talk of
Christmas tree. So also the Luthera:
Santa Claus has made very extensiv
prepaz ations for the young folks th
Those indebted for subscriptions wil
find a siip in their paper this week
Please attend to it.
Wood is the great need now. Every
body wants it. A few loads will be ac
ceptable at this office.
A few more mornings and we wii
wake up and find it is Christmas. Le
us have a jolly time.
The members of the colored Presbv
terian Church had a dime reading b;
which they cleared $20. Pretty good
A railroad station would seem to b
the best place for marriage or divorce
for they are used to coupling and un
The sowing of grain has been greati;
delayed in this County; first by the ex
tretuely dry weather, then by the lon,
Our thanks are due our fair Smoke
Town correspondent for her racy ani
pleasant letter this week, Her exam
ple is worthy of imitation.
The first contribution received by th,
committee of ladies for the Hot Suppe
for the Y. M. C. A. was one turke;
from "Mrs. C. H. Suber,"
Gold has ruined trade-when a mai
is paid in the glittering coin instead o
paying his debts with it, he takes i
home and hides it away in h:Is 014
The corn crib of Mr. Bascomb H-air
of Prosperity, with its contents--cori
and cotton seed-was burned Saturda
afterr'oon. The origin of the fire is un
At the HERALD Stationery Store cai
be found colored candles for Christmna
triees, and brackets to fit themi up, be
sides many other things appropriate ti
Some vandal stole the contributioi
box from the Y. M. C. A. roo severau
nights ago, tobk it out on the street
broke it open, and took what money,i
any, there was in it.
We are of the opinion that it must bh
good, fur the simple reason that s,
many praise it and physicians prescrib'
it. We mean Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
Price 25 cents. All Druggists keep it
The candidates for appointment a
Trial Justices at the Court House ar
Messrs. Carlisle and Packer, present in
eumbents, and Mr. Jno. S. Fair. Gov
H-agood has indicated his intention t<
reap)point Mr. Carlisle.
Receipts at this office during the pams
month have been unsatisfactory. Why
we cannot tell, for there is no lack o
money. We hope our subscribers wil
not allow Christmas to pass without re
membering the printer.
Our friend D. N. Coate makes a goo<
rep)ort on the hog question. He slaugh
tered six hogs last week. one year oh<
harvest time, which averaged 135 lbs
net, and new he luxuriates in sausag(
and all the other nice eteeteras. Wh<
would not be a farmer?
W. A. Titus, 62 Ashland Avenue
Toledo, Ohio, says: My wife is now a
strong as ever, her regained health be
ing directly due to the use of the Ex
celsier Kidney Pad. We can heartil'
recommend it to all kidney troublet
Notwithstanding the cold last weel
our oflice dloor was left open any nium
ber of times.-Yewb.e'rry Herald. T h
reason the door was left openD is, the
number of sour customers who live ir
saw mills. You can alwvays tell a marn
who lives in a saw mill, iIe invariabi'
leaves the door open.-Abbeville Prcs
The County officers have all givel
their new bonds. Trhe bondsmen fo
E. P. Chalmers, Clei-k, are T. B. Chal
mers, J. N. Martin, A. M. BSowers
For J. B. Fellers, Prob)ate Judge, J. A
Crotwell, J. T. P. Crosson, J. L. Sease
G. F. Long, S. W. Cannon, Davi(
HIipp. For D. B. Wheeler, Sherif, J
M. Wheeler, J. S. Floyd. J. B. Floyd
For HI. S. Boozer, School Commissioner
J. M. Wheeler, HI. C. Moseley, WVm. A
I am compelled to sell my M1ara am
Bugty, as I have' not received fro:in per son
who have owed mec for one, tw o and thre<
yer andmre money e.noughi to buy foot
for my M1are, much less to pay my debt
I do hope that my debtors will coi
soon and pay their accounts.
De. 1, 49)-m P. B. RUFF.
H. L. FARLEY,
A ttorne y at L1avi
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
S mA m sm~~L~ , s. c.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL BUJSINESS
- 1 ,11- :..
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
WEEKLY PALMETTh YEOMAN,
COLUM1BIA, S. C.
ii is an 8 page paper, designed for the peO
p)le, filled with interesting maater-Fam il2
R.adin,ews, Markt-s, &c. Snbscrintion
EWBERRY, S. C., Dec. 14, 1SJ.
Ordinary ...... .................... S a .
. Good ~r in 1ry..................... -110
Low iddlcling ......................1i)a10,
M. iddling ......................... :1104
Good M idlli n. ..................... all
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
bhouldder, Prime -New 6 a 7
Shouhh-rs. Sttar Cured. S
Ch . i t. ............ a 9
Shouhi-- I' New.............. i
i<e .C. lI.. New........... a :)
, Side:.. 1"i, C!ear........... .
0 Canvassed liams, (1ago:lia; 15
Lea f, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, iu Luckets............. 121
Cru:hed.............. ....... 14
Granulated Staut:ardI..... .. 12:a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C......... ............. 1G
Yellow ....................... 10
New Orleans................... 10
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orlea ns 31u1t.se. 5)
. u... 3 lse . .. . . (
Sugar I.ouse Mohiss.. >7
Gunpo vder....................... 1.
ount 1l on ................... i,
Roasted or Parched...... 2.~
Biest lti0. .................... 5a
Good Rio................. 2Ua
Cider Vinegar......... 50
- White Wine Vinegar.. 65
t SO A P............................... 5a 11
SFACII.......................... a 12
s1'AR CANDLES ................... 5
FL.Ul, per bul............. ....... 6.00.10.03
PEA R O 311 NY........ ........ 3
CONCENTRATED LYE............ 10
' EN;GLISIH SODA. . ............... 10
IIORSFORD'S IIAKING POWDEIR 25
~EA FOA3 NAK1NG POWDIER... 35
AXLE (1tEASI,...................... 1
. TOBACCO............................. ta 1.25
NAILS (10- ke"".................... 4.~.0
BAG G I NG-iHeavy........................... 2a14
ARROW TIF.S. per bunch.......... 2 5i
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 2"
- RED OATS-per tu................. 5oa
J. B. LEONARD,
Wines, Liquors, Segars
Respectfuly., infor:ns the public that his
stock is fail and complet:; in all lines.
Choice Goods, Low Prices,
Store-- Crotwell Block.
Nov. 24 48 tf
MR~S. JEUIE BR~ANNAN
Respectfully informns the citizenis of New
berry au-i s.tr,-oumling counatry. that she
Shas opened a fitst cla.-s DLRESS .:AKING.
Ea"TAELISi'dENT, fronting Mr. Newton
.Mari.in 's residcee. i:. the hou:,e kno wn as
te Rev. J1. Wx. Huimbert's. I cunarantee
fis: eiass work andi' perfect tirs, and as to
rp--ices I anm co.fidlent they w!giesatis
we*hion. I formerly liv'd ii owni, and
Sdard. Si nce 'Ihan I hav h tad umre'~ thnani
six year. eprnc, part:y in tis State
and partly tin Geor gi, and have returned
here in te hope. of ob taningii a plortionl of
t'ie publ i patronage. I :so mike ali
kinds of GEN\T LE.\EN'S CLOTH ING, wheni
er. by a T.tiior. Dors' Glothiing I cut and
tis myself by G hat ' Measure-during dul!
seasons. I also mn ike all kinds of UNDER
WE AR. Give me at cal!, one and all, and
I gaairante e' c aifcin
:A!S. JENNIE J3RANNAN.
Dec. I, 49-:8m.
Electioni is Over.
Now go and heart the votes~ cotn ted at
-CLIARK'S GALLERIY, whjere the fieest Art
Works that have ever been exhibited in
Yewberry, are on exhibition. And while
there sit for y.our pic tur.e, and take to your
homes some 'of th~eir superior phortgraphs.
We warn y.ou that delays are dangerous:
no erte it is too late.
Mr. WV. II. Clark feels coniident, after an
experience of fifteen yeatS, thtat hie canl
produce a class of work that will please
and give perient satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enl.:rging to
any desir d side, also rcdu:cing to the
smallest, a specialty.
For style and gnality of work, refers to
the editor of this paper. I
Nov. 10, 4G--tf.
From having been intirnate a number of
years with the proprie:ors of "Switt's Sv
philitic Specific." I have known much of
its manufacture and use. There atrc mn
in this community-wel kntown citizens
-who wcrc victims in early life to Syphilis,
.the most terrib!e curse that ever afieled the
human family, and who have taken the S. S.
S. medicine, and are no0w, to all app;eartances,
and in their ow belief~, as free from taint of
- isease as the firs t muan, fresh fronm rhe hands
of his Maiter. Deliecy of course forbids
,their publ ic recomndation.q ot this medi
cne, but I am al owed to refer the scep ic
privately to those who wil endorse every
thing that can be said in its favc'r. Being
poessionaUrI much opposed to endorsing or
-econmend ing noKrums or secret remedies
it is with hesitat:onl that I attach my name
o this article; but I know wheretof I speak
when I sar thtat our sciende has no: made
publtic a ~combinationl equal to "Switt's Sy
phiiiic Specific" for the purpose iieated.
The greatest boon the gzovernment could be
stow on hundrieds of thousatnds of its citizens
would be to purchtase this receipt of its pro
pretors, and! make it public torth bi~enefit
of the pireset~ and commnig generatioms.
TIIE SWVIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Pro
Sod prietors. Artanta, Ga.
Sl vDn S. F. FA N r.
Ca:ll ftr ii copy of "Young Men's Friend."
Dec. 8, 50-1m.
Fisk's Patenit Metal
ic Bnial Case~s.
AI-o, Wa ntht aoLd Rosteod tCinns ando
CaVt llv.aa on' 'ihan t tet:en a
tio! o prs. y ba rint o edbs the prepara
tin ott gr.vt buidin of vt-auli, ue:nent,
[AthENS 1RAL 1OAIJ1
Uil,ti_UANT TO TiE D)ECREE: OF
lr I.elo sure male in the ca,e of ..'anes
v. s:es vs. the (Gren% .le and (olulbiaL'jJ
Railro:1d C,)npany et al., in the tot;;E of
the Laurens i i,tiiro t, he lion. J I. .Ker
shaw, p)reii inr Ie the Co:r,t uf C:,tm:m'n
Pica= for l:ichhuui C'>nty. April fer:. iS
Catedt pri! 10, 1SJ, I u : -! :: :
a:e:i0 , ill the i.. of Cuiu:lni:, ; .,e
FlitS' M tlONDtAY of JANUAltY NFX f, at
12 o'clock no->n.
All and singular the ItAIll;UA I) eon
struc:ed upon 'nt over t'ie line or route
from a 0oillt at or Ie-r the town of New
ierT r , in the County of Newberry, in the
State ato:esaid, to the town of Latrens, in
the Cunty of Laurens, in the State afore
,aid; ard also all the Lan:is, 1enemlents and
I leraditaments acqui;ed and L.appropiated for
the purpo,e of a riglt of way for aid Rail
road and all the easements and appurte
IhanlCes tiere:o b)e!lgn or in anlw ie in
cident or appert :ininf,,, and all ltaibavs,
Ways und itights of Ways, Depot Grounds
ant other Lands, all Tracks, Bridges, Via
ducts, Culverts, Fences and other s:ructures: nu
all Depots. Station Houses, Engine Houses.
Car Houses, Freight iou-es, Wood Houses,
Superstructures, E:ectioas and Fixtihhcs heId
and acquired for the u-e of the said Raiiroad,
together with aill the Locomotives, Teniierr,
Cars and other toling Stock and Equip
meats, and all Machinery, Tools, tmple
ments, F ue.I and Materiais for the cOlst, uct
ing, operatijg, repair;g or replacing said
I.ailroa. or Inly part thereof, or convenient
or necessary ror use in c'nnection therewith,
togetLer wid all franchises colnected w:th
or rela:ed to the said Rhiiroad, or the con
struction, maintenance or u-e thereof now
hela or acquired by the Greenville and Col
umbia Rairoad Company, and all corporate
irallchises of any n:::ure, including the fran
chise to be a corporation, which are now pos
sessel and exercised by the said Greenvi!le
end Columbia ilailroad Company, togetller
with all anmi singular the endowments, in
comne and advantages to :_e above-mnentioned
huids, railroad or property beionging, or in
anywise appertaiung, the reve: sion or tever
510ns, remainber and rem:ainders, toils, in
cones, rents, ISsues and 1r)1 f ti t c hercof, and
also ali the C: r, right, title, ilerest, pro
terty, possession, claim and demand what
soeer, as we'l as in the law as in the equity,
presetlt or prospective, of the sair Greenville
and Coiumbia Railroad Company, in and to
tihe same, every part and p:t cel thereof, with
the appurtenances, upon tIe foilowingZ tei MS:
Twenty thousand dollars in casi to be
pa.i imlrlediatel after the close of the b'd
ding, the balance of the purchase money to
be taid within thirty days after toe day of
saie, with inte'est from the said day of sale;
and the 'MIsher may require of any bidder
during the progress of said sale to deposit
the sum of twenty thousand dollars in cash in
a bank in the ci; of Columbia, to his order.
In case of refusal to pay the cash or na e
the deposit, the bid shall be d!srega:ded and
the sale be proceeded with as if the same bid
had not been made.
If tih' purchaser shall, within the period of
thirty days above referred to, pay the whole
of the pirchlase money, the sale shall be
closed; but in case theO purchaser shlall nail
anld make default in such payment at or
withinl teI :Ime he-einbefore designated for
making thle salme, tihe Master shalt at once,
and without delay, proceed to resell the said
roperty on tile same terms as have been _
hlereinbefore set forth, to tile highest bWdder,
at the risk of tile formuer purchaser, who shall
beC liable for any loss ordeticiney Decause of
such re-sale, and any and( all payments
whilch have been made b; such purchaser
shall become forreited, nor shlall the same in
any contingency or event to arise bIe recov
ered back or reclaimed by such purchaser.
Any bond or bonds~ of tihe Greenvie and
Columbia Reilroad Ccompany scuredob tile
morgage executed to James Conner, Isaac
Hayne anld George 1). Bryan, Tfrustees, by
said Company on the 29th day of April, 1876,
may bo made use of in the paymeut of suchJ
portion or portions of the purchase money
as in the distribution of the procee is of said -
sale may be applicable to such l)Jnd or bonds
o -COuponls thlereof, anId thlat to this e.<tent
tile s.ime may be used in settlement of the
purchlase of said property: but in no et .ent
aal the right now given relieve any~ pur
ci aser or purchlasers at tIe cio'e of iae b:d
d :g, when the same is accepted, from p)ay
ig in cash such an amount as may be re- e
qp ed to discharge claims for costs, charges
auu disbursements in this curse and of the
sale now ordeied ant decreed to be mnadle.
NAT HANIEL B. BARNWELL,
Dec. 1L 49-5:. Master.
Ordgs # Fancy drticles.
DR. S.F. FANTJ
Wholesale and Retailw
DR U G.GI 1T ,
05'ers Imp:ortedi and' Indigenous Drags.
Suiple and Rtre Chiemaicals.
F'oreigna and Domesie Meia Peaa
Fine' Essenltial Oils and Seiect. Powders.
New Paaeuatia Reime.iies.,
St:e... :a.:lt'in is called to the fol'.ow- ~l
in Standlrd Pre piaa:ions:
FNTS Liver' Regulator.
phaI te ofd arn
FANT''s Compound rFluIi Extract of Buhu
FANT' Cooun 'Ex traict of Que: 'sL e
. ofPota-ssun .
FANT's Ess.ce of Jamnihi Gitger
F'AN\ \a, Cuce-weI knowL tO every
ne in theCu'ylhvng'n
FANT'S Gologne. ne
Cn'raltn and iron; itters-cte great
Sole A-zent fo r S i ft's SyphilWie SpCelle, of
tle Grea: Eliminator 0f all im11puritieso the~ y
lood. The cure for Scroful!a, Rheum-I'
tsmn, Neuralzia a:ind all Nervous A te .ion. onl
:jne-keye IP;!e Ointmena ,a -, s.ie n ,,
P ies. no
I also offer then lg5t iSSOrtt o h
Lanps, Soap5, Pe'rflu:uery, 1air Bruhes . re
Tooth !lr:shes, and Toi!. t Articles, of e~
cry description, at the very lowest priees.
Cali andL xain OXtfor y ourelv"s.
Prescriptions care.ful'.ly mpu:d al1I't .1
lious of ille d:ty. andl IihZt.
Mar. a1, 14-t f.
That Car Load of large dl
heavy first class _
WT.lf A 'ANT C
Where Was the !mmense
Crowd Rush ig
HY, DON'T YOU (iOW?
SV1004 L RI1l
T o x ta m : . t h e " L F . i S T ' ' t \ o f
t8 alld F cy ids
OVELTIE (1 ESS GO9DS!
IOVELTIE NOTIONS !
A few m: pa ;e of 3 t e JO) lot wo
W1ve wil a: c i 'n o r tr :ity to
nr yu on M eiswnhot liportt:
.c to purcha--.
B. H. CLINE & CO.
Oct. 27, 41--".
!e Gi't Wonder
Of the Age.
it is a :ysry o ;ianv
peopie hlW I can sell
goods at such LOW
PRICES. The Secte
ferr-nei to the spe'1:ciaw ;
)f myi easioter:, a,nd ith
a:n expeiience of
vears i: tie Drv Goods insi
ness, I know exactv whal:
to buv. I di sire to c:all th'
ette:iiOn o: the p :bc gen
tera!lv to the fact that i have
now on hand the most
varied and best
of Goods ever exhib
ei Inl the city Cf (o lumbi"t
irateful to the good people
Xwh err Cc:na io
jheir liberal r,atrona_-e h are
oeore, I trust, by fair deal
1g, to receive a connti1uaeIC
'of their f vo:s. I espe
cially in'vite the
ladies to eximine my
-'x'eniive sto.k of fine Sill,
Ribbons, rangi::g fron
:'nts to $.O0 pr yard.
"ii are uisurpasSed b.
lr:' House in the So.tl.
Coeone and all, exam-*
ine y godsandC buy themx
membejr the place.
C. F. JACKSON,
20 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
.C. SWYG;EIRT respectin11y informs his
enids that he can be found at the above
a44ches, Clocks, Jewelry.
SA!!ND JEWEL IL
it the New Store on Ilotel Lot.
I h-ive now on hand a large and elegazn
ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
OLIN AND GUITAR~ STRINGS,
SPECTACLETS AND SPECTACLE CASES,
#~EDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLEss VARIETY.
All orders by iail promnptly attended to.
atchmaking and Repairing
Done Chleap)ly and with Dispateb.
all and examine my stock and prices.
ov. 2., 47-tf.
Oyters ! Oysters !
[am now prepared to supp!y BEST NOR
LK UYSTERS inl any q1uantity, large or
all, and respect;ully solici: orders fromi
friends in Newberry and surrounidinig
unties. Orders promiptly attended to
3M. 1. I3ATE3IAN,
COLUMIiA ICE HOUSE,
S ov.1, 4G-tf CotrMmu, S. C.
ATE -OIF SOUTE CAROLINA,
By Jac'ob B. Fellers. Prob.ue Jutdge.
WhIereas, Peter M. Schuper: hath made
t to me, to granit him Letters of Adrmin
'.tion, of t:he VAtate and~ efreets of Sam
Ehe-e are the: eose to. eire an~d admonish
and singur th to i:nd:red aLnd creditors
thec sid deceased, that they he an dap
r, befoe me, in the C~o:rt ot P'robate,
hel h at Ne'wbery Coun HIous, S. C.,
the~ 18Sh d.y of Decembe:r inst., after
>n, to. shwe.:,iva: the ave, why
..:L a i dii:ainshould not be
J. B. FE LLES N J. '. N. c
Dec. 8, 5-n
Iwa i m:ke e-ttle::ant on th:~-1' of
v:i H. C. Sin;:ley; n the Court of Probate
e wbery ouny,S. .,on Saturdy
mdatel there.dter 'applyfoa final dis
H.. , . .i LY u*in
)ice of F'inal Settlement.
C.e A. hped no Dawkinsr~, in. the
eCo rN;:yout, i.- D
Tuesdy, th a b a.. of : . a:.a y f. D
2 (?~1 -U L11'C~*' ,.