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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2, 1881.
IZX TO NEw ADVRTIRsEMENTS.
M. Foot & Son-Look this Side.
G. & C. Merriam-Get the Best
JohnA F. Speck--A Ste,m Winling Watch.
IIerald Stationery Store-Paper, Paper
F. Werber, Jr -Work the Roads-Notice
to Bridge Builders.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives .......--..... 1 35 P M
Up mail closs at ............... 1 00 P M
Down "Erain arrives ........... 4 OS p 4,
Down mail closes at ........... 3 30 P M
Laureus Train arrives -......... 9 28 A M
Laurens wall clorev at....- -....3 30 P M
Otlee 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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Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mrs. Anne Payne died at Helena the
25th altimo, in the eightieth year of her
. Mrs. Carpenter, wife of Mr. P. N.
Carpenter, died at the Newberry Hotel
Friday. She leaves two children, one
seven years and the other an infant only
a few weeks old.
Mr. Thos. Hardy, of the Mayt)inton
section, died at Blease's Hotel in New
berry Monday morning. He has been
in bad health for several months, and
came to Newberry a week ago to have
a critical surgical operation performed.
Mr. Hardy was a brother of Mr. W.
D. Hardy, was about fifty years of age,
If you want a good seat Thursday
night it is time to be engaging it. for the
house will be full. Newberry always
turns out largely to first class entertain
Hiram Hierse has been arrested on
the charge of burning the gin-house of
Mr. Felix D. Graham the night of the
23d ultimo: he will have a preliminary
hearing to-day (Tuesday) before Judge
Stobrand vs. Aiken.
We understand that Mr. Jno. F.
Hobbs will be in Newberry Saturday,,
accompanmed by U. S. Commissioner
Stoeber for the purpose of taking testi
mony in the contested case of Stolbrand
Is directed to the advertisements of
M. Foot & Son, who in order to reduce
their winter stock offer rare bmtgains
which it will be well to take up. T1he
stock is large and1 in great variety, and
everybody can be suited with some
It will be seen by reference to change
in card that Mr. J. B3. Leonard has left
the by-way of College Street and moved
to the high-WRy of Main Street in tlhe
lower Cash store, and is now in th~e
good way of trade. Success ta himt
may he do a big, first class business.
An original story. will be commenced
in the next number of the HEuALD.
Subscribe at once and secure the first
part. "Waiting" will be followed by
others from the pen oif the same author.
It is our aim to make the H1ouwL ae
ce)table in every respe'ct to its readers.
A fair quality of Commercial Note,
10 cts. a quire or 3 qtuires for 2-> cents.
Letter size, 20 cents a quire.
Fools Cap and Bill Cap, 2o cents.
Supply limited, call son amt the
IIE1tDe STATION ERY SToRE.
Laborers. -teCut r
Several farmers inteCum r
tili wvithout handS.h tc a a a
The adop)tion ef h tr a a a
h ffect of increasinlg the amnount of
land in cultivaItion, and ec h cr
city of hand. tlla ume
About town there are 5tmdl, bntmver
of unemplO-eIfr ad,btvr
e t a distance from town.
Th mTC giculturist
For Amercary iA j-st to hand. In its
iorlFeraryofthe ~sfui and ornamen
allthront number surpasses all
thic the preeded it. It is rplete
wihud advice on all atr ea
tington efr.grden and household.
tog st iti-n of tihe best agricultu
r: aeswe receive. Pbihdb
rhe paprs1 Jdd Co.. 245 Broadway,
ewor.at $1.50 per annum.
If You Want
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The rcrdiot of the vt-ry best musicians
of the world is that the M1athushek Pi
ano is the only perfect piano yet pro
duced and must eventually become tile
leading and favorite piano of the world.
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commilence reading a blood curdling ae- 3
count of some terrible disaster and to
find the end in a certain marvelous soap, E
or wondelrfull specific which cures "ev
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ty should put its foot on such miserable L
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this occasion to say that Messrs. Kings- e
land & Heath, of Columbia, can give f
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Oct. 10, 1879.
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"WIN4E OF CARDUI" makes rosy
cheeks and vcar complexions.
For sale by I)i- S. F. FANT.
The Columbia Regi.ster will be club
bed wvith the HERALD as fellows: Wee/k-t
ly 1cgister and HERA LD $3.50, 'Iri-3
nxeky Register and HIERIA LI .$5, Daily
Register and HERALD $8.75.
T1he Weely Yeoman and HERALD at
$3.50. 47-tf. 1
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
H EaA wBook Store, price only 25 eents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.1
This book tells you what to do for your
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
eause to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and sav money and anxiety.
O.nly for sale at the
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"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costive
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Try some of Crampton's Palm Soap,
the best in the market. It ca be had,
recollect, of all grocers. Read the fol
"This certifies that about for two
yeatrs I have used in my family the cel
ebrated Palm Soap, made by Cramp
ton Brothers. New York, and consider
it the very best in the market for gen
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ties and allowed to dry for a while. it
will last much longer. Altogether 1
think it. the cheapest in the market.
REV. F. C. KImBA L, Enosburghi Falls,
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"WiNE OF CARDUI " cures irregular,
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For s.d1e by D)a. 5. F. FANT.
TaoMrsos, Dentist. opposite Herald oftice
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
ror sle at this oflice.
*he Prosperity High School
Is still increasing its numbers. The
urnber of pupils Monday mrnring was
ne hundred and thirteen. Others will
tart soon; a letter from Prosperity
londay says: "Parties here hunting
oard for their children."
Blank Books of various sizes.
Diaries for 1881.
Pa,peteri. fanvy awl p!Lin.
Albums in large variety.
PmRCS A .. R.:)ce:F.
IIEALD STATIONFRiY S-roim.
The Thespian Club has been rehears
g this beautiful society play for seve
d weeks. It will be presented in the
rytaneum the night of the 10th in
ant. Mrs. Lockwood, of Charleston,
ill play the part of Juliana, and she
ill be supported by the best talent of
ie Club. The public may expect a
ch treat in 'Honeymoon."
e the Advertisement
Of our old friend John F. Speck,
hich from the mountain fastnesses of
d Lincolnton, N. C., makes proclama
on of the chen pest watch in the world.
ny one, from grand-papa down to the
niest young American, can afford a
me-piece now. A great inducement
the little ones is that they can see the
veels go wound" without opening it.
To Mr. Jas. 0. Meredith for his n
ptable vegetable offering. The edi
rs are especially cared for by him,
And to our good and thoughtful
iend, M. B. Bateman, for the fine
orfolk Oysters last week.
Also, to Hon. John T. Sloan, Clerk
F the House of Representatives, for a
rrect list of the Acts and Joint Reso
itions of the General Assembly.
It is a lamentable fact that thousands
agard an affection of the throat or
ings, such as Coughs, Colds or Hoarse
ess, with extreme indifference. These
mplaints are often but the forerunner
f Consumption, and can be instantly
ired hv Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
rice 25 cents.
Gave one of his select readings in the
'rytaneum Monday night,for the bene
t of the Young Men's Christian Asso
iation. le bad a very good house.
[is selections were generally good, and
e read them well. His closing piece,
owever-"Jim Wolfe and the Tom
|ats"-was entirely too broad.
The reading was interspersed with
ery excellent music on the piano by
rs. W. H. Clark.
At the approachinig session of the Cir
it Court there will be one case for
omicide, one for arson, one for mali
ious burning and one for accssory
aereto, one for mule stealing, one for
arrying concealed weapons and three
>r assault with intent to kill. These
ases will proiably not take more than
ree days. So it is likely that a con
derable amount o'f civil business will
e disposed of.
The Newberry Thespian Club have a
ich 'at in store for the lovers of the
rama in our community. The play of
The Honeymoon," by Tobin, which
as delighted theatre-goers for over
alf a century, is selected for represen
ation at an early date. The style of
be play is beautiful and rich, the plot
-ersatile and interesting, and the char
eters piquant and forcible. The scene
y of the play, the characters and co'
nies are Spanish. A perusal of the
lay affords a very pleasant pastime for
One of the most agreeable occasions
bich has occurred in our State was
he hop given by Mrs. Governor Jarvis,
~ridayv night. to her friend and guest,
diss Anna Keitt, of South Carolina.
diss Keitt is a lovely blonde, accom
>ished in mind and man ners, and since
zer visit here has won for herself miany
bdirers. She is a daughter of the dis
inguished Lawrence Keitt, well renmem
ered by many of our older Carolinians..
[he ball-room of the old Yarboro was
ronged by a happy and handsome
rowd till a late hour-Raleigh Kews.
Trhe February number of the Ecledtic
ows the advantages of the increase of
ize which was initiatedl with the Janu
ry number. It contains all the most
triking and valuable articles from the
urrent foreign periodicals, and has
uch a variety of matter that there is
omething to meet the tastes of every
nember of an intelligent family. The
ist of articles is of unusual excellence
Published by E. R. Pelton, 25 Bond
street, New York. Terms, 85 per year ;
zingle copy, 45 cents; Trial subscription
r three months, S1.
The party advertising himself as Wy
nan may be one WVyman, but he is not
he one the people have so long known
and expected to see at the performance
the night of the 24th ultimo. He had a
olerably good audience at TIhespian
all Monday night, 24th ult. His
"grand gift distribution" was a com
plete "take in", none of the presents
being of any considerable value. His
sleight-of-hand performances were pret
ty good. One trick attempted was not
on the programme-that was to leave
without paying hall rent. This trick
did not succeed. Dr. Jones, Treasurer
of the Thespian Club, followed him to
te depot and "buildozed"' the rent out
Another Gin-house Burned.
Mr. J. A. Mitchell. who lives nine
miles from Bouknight'b Ferry, in Edge
fied County, lost his gin-house by fire
Saturday night between 10 and 11
o'clock. Besides the house he lost sev
en bales of cotton and about 650 bushels
of cotton seed. The gin and press (new)
beloi.ging to Messrs. Iurlong & Crouch
were also burned. Mr. Mitchell puts
his loss at 81,000-no insurance. Ile
thinks the tire was incendiary. There
had been no fire about the gin-house
since the engine left Friday evening.
Mr. C. C. Chase, of Hendersonville,
is in town on a brief visit.
Mr. Geo. W. Clotworthy, travelling
for Daniel Miller & Co., of Baltimore,
is in town.
F. Werber, Jr., Esq., has moved into
his house, recently purchased, on Adams
Mr. Geo. G. Lane, traveling for the
Hardware house of Robinson, Tabb &
Co., Baltimore, is in town. Mr. Lane
travels in Georgia and the upper half of
this State. and represents a good house.
Mrs. Lane came with Mr. Lane, and
will spend some time with relatives in
Look Out for Him.
Dr. Moccasin Skinner, from Salt
Lake, physician extraordinary to Brig
ham Young, is happy to announce to
the afflicted of Newberry that he will
be in this place shortly. Dr. Skinner
has had an extensive and truly wonder
ful experience and is prepared to do
what no other has ever attempted.
Snake bites a specialty, hence his name
Moccasin. le has skinned his eye
teeth in the knowledge of roots and
herbs, and can take the rag off the bush
every time. He can fully diagnose a
man's case, and more particularly a
wetuan's by an examination of the
white of the eye. Wait for Dr. Mocca
sin Skinner, who will blow bis born
when h arrives.
A Novel Idea.
A writer in the Newberry HERALD
of tne 26th, over the signature of "Wet
and Dry," suggests rather a novel idea
for retailing liquor. He proposes that
the Council refuse to grant any more
license, and for that body to establish a
liquor house of its own; keep nothing
but the best liquors, and deal it out by
the bottle. In other words, for the
Coancil to prohibit the sale of liquor by
any others than themselves-even
Druggists are to be denied-and for the
"city fathers" of Newberry to become
the lordly and dignified proprietors of
one big Saloon, alias bar-room. Of
course, said writer would expect 4he
members of Council to get theii drink
ingfreel I so, the thing might not pay.
The Berger's and Their New Company.
A cotemporary says :"Too much
cannot be said in praise of the instru
mental music by the Berger family, for
they never fail to delight an audience
with their artistic and complete rendi
tion of the most difficult compositions.
The programme included selections by
the company as a parlor orchestra,
singing melodies on the Swiss bells,
cornet and saxophone solos, and char
acter songs and delineation by Mr.
Chas. Dauncan. The ventriloquial, hu
morisms of Mr. C. W. Brewster, assis
ted by his family of blockheads, is the
best and purest fun we have ever wit
nessed. Never have the Berger's offer
ed the .public an intertainment so re
plete with novelty, sentiment and hu
mor, and withal of such prominent ar
tistic excellence. We must not fail of
one word of endorsement of the Ber
ges' Grand Military Band. In their
costly uniforms, their drill and their ex
quisite playing we must acknowledge
them the finest organization we ever
witnessed, either traveling or stationary.
Largest Book Published.
The edition of Webster's Unabridged
Dictionary recently issued, in the quan
tity of matter it contains, is believed to
be the largest volume published.
It will surprise many readers to
know that it contains eight times the
amount of matter contained in the
Bible, being sufficient to make 75 12mo.
volumes that usually sell for $1.25
each! Its vocabularly comprises over
118,000 words (4,600 of which have re
cently been added).
It has a new Biographical Dictionary,
giving brief important facts concerning
9,700 noted persons.
There is a Memoir of Noah Webster,
a brief history of the English language,
Principles of Pronunciation, Lists of
4,000 Scripture Proper names, 10,000
Geographical Names, several pages of
Proverbs, &c., a vocabularly of Names
of Noted Fictitious Persons and Places,
and many other valuable features,-al]
of which, in a volume of 1,928 pages,
embellished with 3.000 Engravings, go
to make up a great store-house of use
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer. White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rbeumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, 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
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's
Expectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son had been a great sufferer fron
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribe<
for him his Croup Preventive, which ha
most miraculously cured him. I findi
equally beneficial in all cases of Coughs
I consider it a blessing in my family
Every one should keep it in their houses
Try Smith's Scrofula Syrup for you:
blood. It removes all skin eruption:
and will give you a beautiful and cea
complexion. For sale by Dr. W. E
I PE.AM SO5-1v.
Various and all About
The meat market is pretty well sup
There is a breath of spring in the at- I
A few days of good weather makes
all hearts glad.
A cold winter is usually followed bya
big fruit crop.
Wheat and oats planted before the
cold spell look well.
Pride has two seasons. a forward
spring and an early fall.
Columbia Came in for thf, biggest b
part of the late snow storm.
Another disaster on the Air Line rail
road, fortunately no lives lost. 0
Isn't it about time that wood should f
come down to its normal price? h
Mr. James F. Glenn has been ap- ri
pointed by the Governor a Notafy Pub
Only a limited supply of Miller's fa- 1
mous Almanacs on hand. Secure a
copy at once.
The house of M. Foot & Son has al
ready sent the Junior partner North to 0
make purchases for the coming season.
Mr. Koppel, formerly of Laurens, has 3
moved to Newberry and has opened a
bar in the store formerly occupied by
Mr. J. B. Leonard.
A splendid chance for investment is
offered by Mr. Joseph Brown. A com- I
plete stock of goods, good location, and
everything right. B
Lambert W. Jones, Esq., and Lewis
W. Simkins, Fsq., of the Newberry D
Bar, were admitted to practice in the
Supreme Court last week.
Miss Fannie Jenney having returned
to her home in Orangeburg, a number L
of young men have determined "never
to be happy again."
Clark and Mordecai of the house of
M. Foot & Son talk about making a
raid into the country and adjoining
Counties to revive trade.
We want the news from all parts of
the County. It will not occupy much
of your time. reader, to drop us a line T
occasionally as things happen.
The firing of a foul flue in a chimney F
of the Newberry Hotel Thursday night C
caused a flutter among the people who
flew fast and furious to stop it.
Newberry enjoyed the monkey and
hand organ last week. We know of
nothing more satisfying to- the conge
nial soul than a first class monkey.
The wood dealers, who have teams S
which will bear the roads, meet ready i
sale for all they can haul. This ac
counts for the scarcity at this office.
Mind your own business should be
the golden rule. What a happy people A
we would be if every one would mind
his or her own business. Suppose we
Have you follow ed our advice about
visiting the photographic gallery of the
Clark Bros.? If not, go the first op
portunity which offers. Their pictures
are very fine.
A large number of the farmers of'
this county have not yet been able to
sow their wheat. It may he all right
yet. Spring sown wheat last year turn
ed out very well,
The man witb a complication of dis
eases came to town the other day to
consult Dr. Moccasin Skinner. He did
not see him as he had not arrived. See
Now is the time to get your fancy
stationery ; this class of goods is offered
at low down prices at the Herald Store.
Call and examine. Ladies will find1
the box paper very pretty.<
A gentle hint is all that our lady sub
scribers need; they pay up in the kind
est and sweetest manner without nmur
inuring. We would like to have a hun
dred or two more of them on our list.
The cold driving easterly rain-storms
of this season. rarely fail to affBict near
ly everybody with Colds. Use D)r.
Bull's Cough Syrup-the surest and
safest Cough remedy made. Price 25
No steps have yet been taken to start
a cotton factory in Newberry. Invest
ment in this way would pay finely. We
must have a factory, and immigration,
and another railroad, and other things
There has been a change made in the
C. & G. R. R. schedule; not enough,
however, to make our hotels change
their dinner hours. Three minutes la
ter up and two minutes earlier down is
all the difference.
We hope that Mr. J. D. S. Living
ston in purchasing the old Ebenezer
Church building has no intention of
running it in opposition. One church
there is sufficient. Let him "raise his
Ebenezer" into a barn.
The South is at last adopting the pro
per policy to whip the North-not by
war nor by politics, but by man ufac
tures. It is bound to come to that com
plexion at last, and from present ap
pearances it is coming soon.
The Grand and Petit Jurors for the
April Term of the United States Court
in Charleston have been drawn. New
berry wvill not he represented on either
jtiry, and we don't suppose sbe will be
represented among the accused.
It is a treat to a sweet toothed man
to go into the store of A. C. Jones, and
look at his sweet display. A pples, ba
nanas, oranges, confectionery, sweet
cakes, crackers, choice canned goods,
&c., lie around in "prolicious defusion."
0, dear, go view the scene so charm
"Stop the paper," says an irate sub
scriber on being politely asked to pay.
We will do no such thing, but will con
tinLue to publish it while hundreds of.
others pay up like trumps when dunned
without getting mad. They see that
this is the only plan to notify subscribers.
II No, sir, we cannot afford to stop the
Dr. WV. E. Pelham shows a handsome
seed case, walnut front and sides, with
drawers sufficient to hold all the varie
ties of garden seeds. The case was
made by the celebrated Seedsmen, Da
Svid Landreth & Co., and is furnished to
eall his agents at the cost of making. ItI
.is quite an ornament and reflects credit
o n them.
The Newberry lawyers returned Fri
lay and Saturday from the Supreme
,ourt. There was a large number of
ases on the docket, and most of then
iad to be continued to the April Term.
)nly two appeals were heard frem
Zewberry: that of Huff vs. Watkins.
nd that of Geo. W. Williams & Co. vs.
'hos. M. Paysinger and others.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
>r a bottle of that pure, sweer:and de
cious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula
Star Curine cures all chrouic Sorns
nd is a sure core for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is too
ate and g-t a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
vrup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore. A.M., President
F Moore's Southern Business Universi
r, Atlanta. Ga.-This is to certify that
have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
my family for several years, and can
commend it as an invaluaole remedy
r Conghs. etc.. and have found it su
-rior to any other remedies that I have
ied. For sale by Dr. W. E. PE.
AM. 50-1 .
NEWBERRY, S. C., Feb. 1, 1881.
rdinarv...... .................... 8 a 9
od O~rdinary......... ........ 9jL10
iddlfting ......................... a101
od Middling ....... . . a10.
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
ty J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New... 6, a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.... 9
Si"re. C. R., New............ a 9
RY SALTE) MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a 8j
Sides, Long Clear........... 84
Canvassed Hams, (Mgnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets............. 121
Grauulated Standard..... .. '23a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses......... 6u
Sugar Houte Molasses. 37
Yonu Hyson...... .......5)
Roasted or arelied...... 21
Good Rio............ a
Cider Vinegar......... 5)
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
DA P............................... 5a 10
TARCH.................... ra 12
1AR CANDLES.................. 15
LOUR, per bbl.......... ...... 6.0u010.60)
EARL H1OMINY.................. 3
ANDY ..... ...................... 20
ONCENTRATED LYE......... 10
XGLISH SODA.. ............10
[ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
EA FOAM NAKINU POWDER. 35
XLE GREASE...................... 10
6BACCO........ ........... 0 a 1.25
AILS (10) keL.. ................4.50
A GING-H eavy................ 12a4
RROW TIF.S, per bunch.......... 2 503
ED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
ED OATS-per 1u............. 5a
PERRY, GA., April 14, 1879.
I have watched the use of the medicine
ow known as "Swift's Syphilitic Specific"
rc the yeatr 1827-over 50 years-and have
ever heard of a ;ailure to cure wh en proper
r taken. I commenced the use of it on my
laves, between 18,50 and 1855. and as also
id a number of my neighbors, andl in every
s r.hat came within my knowledge it ef
ected a cure. In 183.5 my brother-in-law,
eorge Walker, bought at auction a slave
ot warranted. After the purchase it was
iscovered that he had had Syphilis for
welve years. -His head was without a hair
n it. He treated him with this remedy, and
a four weeks he was sound and well, and in
Sshort time had as flne a head of h air as
ras ever owned by a negro. Hie owned this
hive many years, and he never had any re
urn of the disease, nor lost a day's work.
This is only one among hundreds of instances
if remarkable cares made by this medicine.
n all my past life I have never known a
emedy that would so fully accomplish what
tis recommended to do.
II. L. DF,NNARD.
'HE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Pro
prietors, Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by Da S. F. F A Nl.
Call for a copy of "Young Men's Friend."
Jan. 12, 2-1m.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COM MON PLEAS
Eliza Langford, Phsintiff, vs. Geonrge A.
Leie, Annie Pickley and others, De
The Creditors of the estate of John M.
.wie, dcceased, are required to render
ad establish their respeceive demands, be~
'ore the undersigned, on or before the first
lay of March, 1881.
SILAS JOHNSTONE-, Master N. c.
Master's Office, Newberry, 24th January,
Dissolution of Partnership.
The Partnership heretofore existing .ce
:ween R. L. McCAUGHIRIN and A. J. Mc~
DAUGHRIN, under the name and style at
A. J. McCAUGHRIN & 'O., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. Per.
4ons ind.b:.ed w'11 please msake payment te
A. J. McCaughrin.
A. ,,. McCAUJGH RIN.
Newberry, S. C.. Jan. 19, 1881.
The undersigned will contiuue on his
own account the business of the late flrm
of A. J. McCaughrin & Co.
A. J. McCAUGUIRIN.
Jan. 26, 4--2t.
The folloning Real Estate lying contigu
ons and tromn One and a quarter to two ant
a half miles Soutth ot Newberry Cour
[ouse, on the Bonuknigh t Ferry Road,to wit
The L AKE PL ACE, containingt :H5 acres
more or leSS, bounded by the "Sligh Place,'
lands of Peter Hlair and others.
The sLIfGH PLACE, containing is'
acres, more or less, hounded by the "LakE
Place," lanpds o' J. S. Hair, the Bouknighi
Ferry Road, and' by lands of Mrs. R. C. Hair
The H AiR PL ACE, containing 400i acres
tre or less, bounded by lansds of Ebenezel
Church and Cam:p Groun-1, A.* J. Kilgore
Jacob Kibler, Mrs. Livingston, E. HI. Chris
tian, Peter Hair, R. R. Morgan and th<
Proposition? for the purchase of thi
above described lands at private sale wil
be receiv"d until S.ale.day in February nex'
Tile good and terms liberL
Pianos anid Organs.
Mcith music ouoss,
Greenville, S. C.
Charlotte, N. C.
We Mean Business and no'Mis
take. Beat these igures
if you Can.
ORGANS-15 Stops, 3 sets Reeds, Sub
Bass and Coupler, Beautiful Walnut Case,
only 565. 9 Stops, .1 Sets Reeds, only .59.
7 Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, S55. Slool and Book
PIANOS-Large Size, Rich Rosewood
Case, 7 Oct., only $179. Largest Size, 71
Oct., only S200. Square. Grand, Extra
Large Magnificent Caae, only $250. Good
Stool and Cover given.
Fifteen Days Test Trial.
We pay freights if not satisfactory. These
instruments are from
OLD AND RELIABLE HOI-SES,
and are fully guaranteed.
No mistake about these Pianos. In addi.
tion to the large number we have sold
throughout South and North Carolina, there
are eight or ten right here in the city of
Greenville, some of which have been in use
over SIX YEARS, and are still giving per
Our Easy One Year Plan
Enables every one to own a good Piano or
Chickering, Mathushek, Guild & Co.,
Arion, Southern Gem, Favorite Pianos,' Ma
son & Hamlin. Peloubet & Co., Sterling Or
gans have no Superiors.
Send for Christmas Price Lists and Cata
logues. It will pay you.
Prices on Guitars, Violins, Banjoq, Ac
cordeons and all small instrumeuts are
greatly reduced. Address
McSMITH MUSIC HOUSE,
Greenville, S. C., P. 0. Bux 15.
Dec. 8, 35-6n Charlotte, N. C.
J. B. LEONARD,
Wines, Liquors, Segars
Respectfully informs the public that his
stock is full and complete in all lines.
Choice Goods, Low Prices,
Main Street, Newberry, S. C.
Nov. 24 48 tf
To Give Entire Satisfaction.
A pill that has become standard and is
having an unprecedented sale throughout
the South, is
They are hOneSt,
They are certain,
They have no equal,
And are recommended by thousands as be
lg and doing all that the proprietors claim
They have never failed to have the de
sired effect where other pills h:se be,en un
W. E. PELHAM'S.
Dec. 15, 47-1y.
I am now prepared to supply BEST NOR
FOLK OYSTERS in any quantity, large or
sm:all, andr respectfully solicit orders from
my friends in Newberrv and surrounding
Counties. Orders promptly attended to
and satisfaction guaran'eed.
M. B. BATEMAN,
COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE,
Nov. 10, 4t6-tf CortuarA, S. C.
T H- E
MANUFACTURED AND3SOLD BY
WI. ZOBE L
I, hereby given to Executors, Admiis
tratots, Guardians, Truoe.s and other Fi
duciaries, that Tuesday and Thursday o!
ea -h week during the mionths of .Januiary
and Februasry are set apart for examining
and filing their Annual Returns. By pro
visions of a recent Act of the Legislature
they are required to make their returns
promptly within the time above mentioned
or be liab,le to a penalty.
J. B. FELLERS, J1. P. N, C.
Dry Good1s ani .Volioqs.
Wat Was the Excitement?
It here Was the Immense
Ceowd Rushing 1
WHY, DON'T YOIU K.0OW?
ORY GOOD. EMPORIUM
B: H, CINE & 0,
To examine the LARGE STOCK of
5tapie and Faoly Goods
OVELTIECI DRESS GOODS!
OVELTIE 'NOTIONS !
A few more pairs~left of the job lot wo
ueis' Shoes for 0 1 .00.
We will appreciate an opportunity to
;how You our F-! Guods without importu
lity to purcha-.
B. H. CLINE & CO.
Oct. 27, 44-tf.
rhe Great Wonder
of the Age.
I, is a mystery to many
peopie how I can sell
goods at such LOW
PRICES. The secret
i, I buy n goods with re
-renc to the special wa.ts
customers, and with
an experience of twenty
years in the Dry Goods busi-i
ness, I know exactly what
to buy. I d.-sire to call the'
:ttention of the public gen.
erally to the fact that I have
i-.ow on hand the most
varied and best
of' Good. ever exhib-;
1:ed in the city of Columbia
Grateful to the good people
of Newberry Countv for:
;heir liberal patronage here
rfore, I trust, by fair deal-1
ling, to receive acontinuancet
of their favors. I espe-,
4ially invite thel
ladies to examine tmy
xtensive stock of fine Silkj
Ribbons, ranging from 51
cents to $1.00 per yard,
-hich are unsurpassed by;
any House in the South.
Gone one and all, exam
ne my goods and buy them
while the stock is complete
in every department. R
member the place.
C. F. JACKSON,
120 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
L. C. SWYGEP.T respectfully informs his
friends that he can be found at the above
Sep. 22, 39-tf.
WUatches, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAE STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASEE,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS TARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatcli.
Gall and cxamine my stock and prices.
Nov. -21, 47-t.f.
Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
CLA RK'S GALLERY, where ther finmest Art
Works that have ever been exhibited in
Newberry, are on exhibition. And while
'.here sit for your picture, and take to your
homes some of their snperior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
go ere it is too late.
Mr. W. HI. Clark feels confident, after an*
experience of fifteen years, that he can
produce a clas of work that will please
and give perfect satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enlarging to
any desired side, almo reducing to the
smallest, a specialty.
For style and quiality of work, refers to
the editor of this paper.
CL ARK BRO'S,
Nov. 10, 46-tf.
MRS. JENNIE BRANNAN
Respecfully informs the citizens of New
berry and sur.oounding couintry, that she
has opened a first class DRESS MAKING
ESTABLISUMENT, fronting Mr. Newton'
Martin's residence, in the house k:nown as
tie Rev. J. W. Humbert's. I guarantee
Iirst class work and perfect fits, and as to
prices I tin co:mfideut they will give satis
faction. I formerly lived in this town, and
commnencedi this business with Mrs. Stod
dard. onee then I have had more than
ix y,ears excperience, partly in this State
and partly in Georgia, and have returned
here in the hope of obt.dniug a portion of
thec piblic patronage. I also make all
kiude of GENATLEMEh'8 CLOTHING, when
eut by a T-ilr Boya' Glothing I cut and
fit my e. !! by (Thart Measur--du:ing dull
esu.I also make all kinds of Uh DER
WEAR. Give mec a call, one and all, and
I guarantee perf-et satisfaction.
MRS. JENNIE BRANNAN.
Dec. 1, 49-3m.
That Car Load of large
heavy first class
which have been bough1t at 2.5.per cent ess
tha:n the combinationi price, and will be
SOLD FOR ILSS
Than any Stoves of the same.ielass ever
oft'ered in this.market.
- Come and see for yourselves and if I do
not speak the truth don't buy.
W. T. WRIGHT,