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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, 1881.
IZDKZ To NEW ADvBRTiS-EMENTS.
C. C. Chase-Card.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
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Thomas V. Wicker-Notice.
McFall & Satterwhite-Notice.
Christian & Smith-Bill Munro.
D. B. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sales.
F. Werber-County Line Fence.
Kingsland & Heath-He'Capitulated.
Newberry Thespian Club-"Honeymoon !"
Dye Battery aod . Pad Co-Avoid Drugs,
Try Na.ure's Remedy.
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Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. Carr W. Buford lost an infant
child a few days ago.
Mrs. Walter . Herbert died Sat ur
day, 12th instant, of pneumonia. She
was a daughter of Mr. Jno. M. Living
The Bonnie Meyer Company
Renr.ined in Newberry all last week,
and played every night to good houses.
They left for Greenville Sunday night
by special train.
Dr. Dye's Battery and Pad
Caired F. G. Reynolds. Buffalo, N.
SY., Iof seminal weakness, im potency,
&e., after all else had failed, and he
writes: "I am a man again." See ad
Will be played by the Thespian Club
in the Prytaneum Thursday night, 17th
instant, with Mrs. Lockwood, of Char
leston, in the charaeter of Juliana, sup
ported by the full strength of the com
A Vile Turkey Thief
Made a raid on the ranche of our
friend, Mr. M. Foot. a few nights ago
and carried off three turkoys which
were up for fattening in expectation' 'f
company. We hope the rascal may
caught, and be made to suffer.
In a New Place.
We were no1 -ss surprised than pleas
ed last week to find our friend Mr. C.
C. Chase installed as chief assistant in
the Grand Central Hotel of Columbi:',
meeting his old friends in his usual
courteous :tnd affable manner. His ex
tensive acquaintance with the p)ublic
and fhness for the position will afford
general satisfaction. We c:mn assure
tire public that lie will do all in~ his
power to please those. who favor the
Central with a visit.
Our Pomaria itemizer writes th~at the
weather is disagreeably cold, and ibat
fears are entertained for the ot erop.
Very fe w farmers through sowing. No
garden work (done.
Hope is entertained that the County
Agricultural Society will conform to
the wish of the Ex. Comn. of the State
Society on the appointment of an Es
sayist on "Immigration", for the Joiot
Summer Meeting at Greenville, Aug.
The Grand Central Hotel.
On our late visit to Columbia we wei e
favorably impressed witlb the Grand
Central under the management of Mr.
Willey, a gentleman whose exeirc
in this line of business covers a period
of forty years, and which certainly enti
tIes him to rank among the few who
know how to keep a hotel. The Cen
trasl is admirable in all its appointments.
The rooms are newly and elegantly fur
nished, fare unexceptionable. and ser
vants polite. We take pleasure in com
mending it to the public.
Quite a number of unfortunates treat
ed for beadache. toothache, rheumatism,
&c., by Dr. Moccasin Skin ner,agree that
the great Indian root mixer knows more
about human nature than he does about
roots. He has certainly skinned his eye
teeth in this particular branch. Hie
knows a thing or two, and that go where
he will he can always catch gudgeons.
vp~ ,~vt i~ill and liniment vendor who
-See how she leans her cheek upoi
her hand; would I were a glove upoi
thaf hand that I might kiss that cheek.'
Well, if you accomplished that littlb
job you might have cause to wish yot
hadn't gene and done it. Listen whilh
her ruby lips part in soft whispering
"Oh that I were in Kingsland & Heath'i
great caravansery Of household good.
that I might go through their elegan
stock of china, glass, crockery and othei
ware, wouldn't I be happy. I'll get af
ter George to-night, see if I don't, anc
I'll soft soap him in such a manner thal
j he will consent to my going down tc
Columbia." We are happy to say thal
George was promiscuously soaped and
capitulated like a good husband. tl
Blank Books of various sizes.
Diaries for 1881.
Papeterie, fancy and plain.
Albums in large variety.
PRICES ALL REDUCED.
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A fair quality of Couimercial Note,
10 ets. a quire or 3 quires for 25 cents.
Letter size, 20 cents a quire.
Fools Cap and Bill Cap, 25 cents.
Supply limited, call soon, at the
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Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
rine are- purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer. White Swelling.
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
two great remedies will cure you?
From C. 1). 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 from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Cheney, a'out two .years ago, prescribed
for him his Crou.p Preventive, which has
most-miraculously cured him. I find it
equ liv beneficial in all cases of.Cougbs.
I consider it a blessing in my famiiy.
Every one should keep it in their houses.
Try Smith's Scrofula Syrup for your
blood. It removes all skin eruptions
and will give you a beautiful and clear
complexion. For sale by Dr. W. E.
"WINE OF CARDUI" four-times a day
makes a happy household.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
It is a Well Known Fact
A mong physicians that Buchu Juni
per and Parera Brava in combination
are the best remedies in the world for
any disease of the Bladder or Kidneys,
and that not less than one half of the
human family, both male and female,
suffer from derangement of those or
gans. and neglect or failure to use pro
per remedies hurry many to untimely
graves. Numerous combinations have
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Back and Hips, produced by derange
ient of Bladder and Kidneys, but none
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Extract of Bueba and Juniper. If you
suffer from any disease of those organs,
get a bottle-one or- two wili relieve
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
Lamar, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by Dr. S.
Forty years' trial has proved "BLACK
DRAUGHT " the best liver medicine in
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
COK ESBURY, S. C., Jan. 28, 1880.
Dr. L. T. Hillt:
My Dear Sir-My family have de
rived much ibenetit from your HEPATIC
PANACEA. As a liver regulator I
think it unequaled. I am so confident
of its virtue, that I feel justified in re
commending it to .all that may be
aillieted with liver complaint.
G. W. CONNOR.
gr For sale to .the trade by WV. 11.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by WV. E.
"WINE OF CARDUJI" makes rosy
chs ndear complxionls.
For sale by De.- S. F. FA NT.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse..
This valuable book is for sale at the
lEi.-\ Book Store, prlee only 25 cents
or s1ind copy, or five copies for $1.00.
T!is book tells you what to do for your
her when sick, and treats of every dis.
s.' to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy) and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALw .BooK STORE.
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costive
For saLle by DR. S. F. FANT.
When You Make Your Purchases
Try some of Crampton's Palm Soap,
the best in the market. It can be hnd,
recollet, of all grocers. Read the fol
"his certifies that about for twc
years Iv ye used in my family the cel~
ebrateo Patlm Soap, made by Cramp
ton Brothera, New York, and considel
it the very best in the market for gen.
eral use. I think if bought in quanti
ties and allowed to dry for a while, il
will last muchi longer. Altogether]
think it the cheapest in the market
REV. F. (3. KumnAu., Enosburgh Falls
March 30th, 1880."
Nov. 24, 48-6m.
"WINE OF CARDUI " cures irregular
pafl,or difficult menstruation.
For saie by D1a. 5. F. FANT.
AT THE HERALD BOOK STORE.
Secure a copy at once. 1-tf
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures dyspep
sia, indigestion and heartburn.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
I |. ~a
St. Valentine's Day.
We omitted to call attention to the
approach of St. Valentine's Day in our
last issue, but we judge by * the activity
among the young people that they were
i on the qui vive, and that the occasion
was not forgotten. Post Master Boone
and his clever assistants were kept busy
in receiving and dispensing tender mis
sives yesterday, and are still doing a
large business. We would state for the
benefit of our young friends that the
privilege of sending out Valentines is
good for ten days from the 14th.
Thursday night, 3d instant, while
Jack Whitener and his wife were away
from home his house was broken into,
and meat. lard and flour were stolen.
Charley Sims and his wife have been
arrested for the offence and have been
bound over to Court on the. charge of
This case was.orked up by Chief of
Police Fellers with much skill. He has
shown on this occasion, as well as in
several previous instances, that he pos
sesses considerable detective ability.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
A Model Subscriber.
The citizens of Prosperity are hard to
beat, and a man would have to get up
very soon in the morning to get even
much less ahead of one of them. We
have mo"c subscribers there, too, than
in any other part of the County, the
town excepted, and prompt paying ones
besides. One Mr. N. came in on
Thursday, he had just seen the X mark,
and said he could not rest with a mark
against him, and rode ten miles through
the mud for no other purpose than to
pay up. A eleverer fellow never step
ped in shoq leather.
THOs Psox; Dentist, opposite Iterald office
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[Our Church Paper, .New Market, Va.
ITime- is money; emphatically so
when Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup frequent
ly cures Colds, Coughs, etc., in less
than a day. Price 25i cents. Sold
Mr. J. R.~Norris, of Orangeburg, .has
bought i stock of goods and opened a
store in Newberry.
Mr. J. S. Bird, Jr., of the paint and
oil house of Bird & Co., Charleston,
was in town Saturday.
Mr. G. WV. Clotworthy, one of the
most popular Baltimore drummers, wvas
in town Sunday and Monday.
Mr. I. N. Gary visited the city by the
sea last week, and like a good Presby
teriatn did not attend the races.
Col. H. T. Peake, the best rail road
man in the country, paid us a visit last
week. We are pleased to see him in
Col. Eugene B. Gary, of the Abbe
ville Bar, is in Newberry representing
Congressman Aiken in tihe Stolbrand
Misses Mamie and Bessie, daughters
of Mr. J. H. Kinard of Columbia, have
een) on a visit here for a few days.
The occasion was the marriage of their
cousin Miss Alice Kinard.
Miss Gabe Owen, a sister-in-law of
our ex-townsman CaLpt. Ned Bailey, is
on a visit from the land of flowers to
Dr. E. E. Jackson's family, Columbia.
She is on her way to Boston.
Maj. W. F. Nance returned.home
last week from Rome, Ga., where lie
has been for several weeks at the bed
side of his wife, who has been extreme
ly ill. Mrs. Nance is convalescent, and
returned with her husband.
David Johnson, jr., of the Union Bar,
was in Newhe,rry last week attending
Court. Hie, together with Geo. John
stone. Esq., of the Neivberry Bar, de
fended Mr. James Thomas for the kill
ing of Mr. John L. Lyles. Mr. John
son is one of the most promising young
lawyers of tile State. lie inherits from
his father, Ex-Gov. Johniison, a fine in
telect, which hie has improved by di
gence and devotion to his profession.
He was a candidate for Solicitor of the
Seventh Circuit at the last Judicial Con
vention against Mr. Gleo. Jobhnstone and
Mr. Ball, and had the highest vote of
the Convention, until it bec:ame neces
sary to drop all the candidates and se
lect a new man, Mr. D)uncan who was
not a candidate.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blond purifier, Smith's Serofula
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is too
late and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
Syrup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
of Moore's Southern Business Universi
ty Atlanta. Ga.-This is to certify that
The following cases were tried an
disposed of last week in the Sessior
State vs. Jno. W. Duckett. murder
State vs. E. B. Blease, assault an
battery with intent to kill, and assau:
and battery-not guilty.
State vs. Nathan Brown, mule steal
ing-guilty; five years at hard labor i
the State Penitentiary.
State vs. Thomas Lattimore, burgla
ry and larceny-guilty; five years a
hard labor in the State Penitentiary
(Tom has lately returned from a tw<
years' term in that institution for gran
State vs. James Thomas, murder
State vs. Jno. W. Allen, carryinr
6oncealed weapons-defendant pleade<
guilty, and was fined $1 and costs
Ihe Judge in passing this sentence sai(
that as the offense was committed onl3
wo days after the law went into effect
and as the defendant was a non-residen
rnd ignorant of the existence of such
law, he would be as light as possible.
State vs. Jno. W. Allen, assault witl
intent to kill-no pros'd.
State vs. Fincher Rutherford, burgla
-y-guilty; hard labor in the State Pen
itentiary for life.
This defendant was convicted of bur
;ary under the common law, and th
Judge had no alternative but to pas:
:he sentence laid down in the Statutes
which is imprisonment in the peniten
:iary for life.
State vs. Jno. P. Satterwhite an<
[som Worlkman, malicious burning
2uilty; Jno. P. Satterwhite five year
t hard labor in the State Penitentiary
[som Workman four.years at hard la
or in the State Penitentiary.
The Satterwnite and Workman Case.
The most important case tried durinf
:he Sessions Court last week was tha
)f Jno. P. Satterwhite, white, and ion
Workman, colored, for malicious burn
ing. The accused were defended bi
r. Schumpert and Mr. Culbreath, an<
.he Solicitor was assisted by Mr. Pop
and Mr. Geo. Johnstone. The offens4
For which the defendants were tried i
Lade a felony by Statute. and the de
Pendants claimed that they were enti
led to twenty challenges each; the pre
siding Judge decided that they were e~n
:itled to only five each..
The testimony sbowed that on the
ight of the 31.st of October, 1880,
bandseme two-story house belonging t<
Mr. R. W. Atchison of this County wa:
burned down; the house had neve:
been occupied, and was not completed
Mr. Atchison secured the services of de
ective Henry C. Alley, of Spartanburg
with wvhom he made a contract to the
effect that the detective should have hi:
expenses paid while he should look int<
te case, and after that his p'sy woul
epend"upon whether there should be :
onviction-in the event of convictier
be was to get a certain amount
(amount not in evidence) otherwise h<.
would receive nothing. The detective
went to work. On the night of the 12t1
of November a number of men arreste<
Frnk Johnson and Isom Workman
olored, and Jn..P. Satter white, white
upon warrants charging them with the
burning'. Frank Johnson was arrestet
at Mr. R. S. Satterwhite's. The part:
ben went to tbe "Tribble place" ans
urrounded the house. Knocking a
.he door they were at first refused ad
2ittance. Some of the party saw insid
he house Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Satter
white and Isom Workman, and heari
[sm say to Mrs. Satterwbite,. "Mis
orrie, I know what these men havi
:ome here for; they've come after Ma
chnnie about burning Bob Atchison'
louse." When the door was openet
Workman called on Satterwhite to sav<
aim, and Satterwhite charged Work
ian not to tell anything. Shortly aftei
~eing arrested and while the crowd was
ni the road opposite Mr. Frank Wheel
r's, Frank Johnson said toIsom, "Didn'
ou show me $2.50 that Johnnie Sat
erwhite gave you for burning Mr. At
~hison's house?" Isom then made
ull confession to the effect that J. P
atterwhite and himself went on the
aight of the burning to the house througi
i field; that Satterw bite stood in the
oad opposite the house while he wen
ound and stuck a match among the
shavings; that Satterwhite paid hin
92.50 for the job. He told what routel
hey had traveled,- and his statemen
:orresponded with the tracks that hat
been previously discovered. None o
he witnesses could testify positive];
hat Satterwhite heard the confession
ut several testified that he was nea
enough to hear. One witness, Picken
.James, colored, swore that in August
1880, Jno. P. Satterwhite returne<
home from Newberry where he ha<
been to attend a Court in a lawsuit witl
R. W. Atchison. The witness aske<
him how he came out, and his repi:
was. that Atchison had thrown the cost
on him; that he (Atchison) was build
ing a two-story hlouse, but if he didn
look sharp he would never move in:
it. The defendant denied this and pi
up witnesses who swore they would nc
elieve ,James on oath. A Mr. Brit
alo testified to threats made by Satter
Tfhe dlefense attempted to prove a:
alii, and for this purpose called Mi
and Mrs. Frank Wheeler, the father-it
law and mother-in-law of Satterwbite
who swore that on the night the hous
was burned Satterwhite and Workma
styed at their (Wheeler's) house; thT
they did not leave the house that nigh
anhol o aelf vtottl
.-i r.anti not he left without thei
addressed the jury in behalf of the ac
d cused, and Mr. Johnstone and the So
is licitor for the State. The speeches all
round were able and eloquent, and the
- best that have been heard in the Court
House for many a day. The case
d throughout was. hard-fought on both
t sides. The jury was a good one.
The Judge's charge was full and clear.
After being out about an hour the jury I
n returned into Court with a verdict of
guilty. The defendants' counsel gave j
notice of a motion for new trial and in
t arrest of judgment, and the argument
on the motion was postponed till Mon
day morning; the motion was then ar
: gued, and refused. The defendant will b
very probably appeal to the Supreme
Stolbrand vs. Aiken.
Gec.. C. J. Stolbrand and U. S. jz
Coma: issioner E. M. Stoeber, his son
in law, came up to Newberry Monday, y
14th, to take testimony in the contest l
t for Col. Aiken's seat in Congress.
Col. Eugene B. Gary, of Abbeville, b
Aiken's attorney, came in Saturday. r
Joo. F. Hobbs, Stolbrand's attorney,
did not come, being sick. Testimony s
- was taken Monday afternoon in the s
store under the Crotwell Hotel used
by Maj. Juo. P. Kinard as an auction P
room. Stolbrand examined the wit- a
nesses, and Stoeber toak down the tes
- Balam Glenn, colored, testified that a
he was at the Maybinton Box on elec.
I tion day ; quiet election ; Geo. Glywph P
- was Republican Supervisor, but was w
not allowed by the Managers to act.
Republicans cast 122 votes; Dewo
crats 44 white votes and 3 colored ; 19 ,
votes in excess in the box; 19 Re
publican votes drawn from the box;
2 Democratic votes were found folded c
together and counted ; 2 Republican v
votes found folded together and thrown
out; then 4 Democratic votes found st
i together and counted. ti
- Henry E. Lewis, colored, testified, ti
r that he was Supervisor at Jalapa Box;
I kept poll list till Henry Eddy told
h im to stop, and had to do so; Eddy m
a was a Manager. In the evening Eddy P
, told him he could keep a poll list, and t
. he began again ; Eddy Evans,. of New
_ berry C. H., told me if I put another c
name down he would shoot my g-d ri
d-n brains out ; had pistol in his a
~ hand, and said he bad 40 rounds in
his pocket. Afterwards Henry Eddy
' asked to see my poll list; showed it k
i to him ; he took it and refused to give A
> it back. Tom G-las;gow and Melvin s
s Chalmers pushed me away from box,
r and I saw crowd round box; gentle- t~
.man from Newberry told me to tell
. colored people to go home. Davidr
Boozer said, Lewis, we had better go
home-somebody will get hurt-bet
ter go for peace's sake-we don't get h
the benefit of the law anyhow. All c
colored people left before polls were ti
e losed. Have.lived about two years
Sin that Township; about 500 voters
1 in the Township-have counted 300;
iothers I haven't counted. Have got
a a written statement of the number of
a Republican and Democratie votes
polled-got it home; can produce it
Calhoun Young, colored, testified- b
was Supervisor at Prosperity Box;
dida't keep poll list ; kept sort of tal
Sly ; can give verbal account of num
ber of votes ; Republica:2 375; didn'tt
Skeep accurate account of Democratic
vote--was bothered right smartly, all'
t voters were not allowed to vote; some c
- objections raised about~ some voters a
who had been convicted by Trial Jus- i
- tices. Great deal of intimidation by.
a few men ; prevented some from vet- r
ing; some fighting about 50 yards
from polls brought on by Democratsb
asking how men~were going to vote.b
I was in Manager's room; they didn't
object. 1,001 votes cast ; 222 ahead b
of the poll list, the excess was drawn S
out by one of the managers who took n
them out one at a time and put them
Sin the fire ; left 778 in box-Repub
lican 78, Democrat 690 ; 375 Repub
lican votes cast.
SNewton C. Duckett, colored, testi- ti
-ged-was Supervisor at Cromner's Box;
.kept poll list; mannagers would- not b
let me in the room; some parties were t<
challen ged. but no attempt to keep s)
voters frum voting; election q1uiet till p
late in day when party. said to be
from Laures rode up and began tod
beat the voters with sticks and shootd
at the-m; one man, Warren Williams, d
killed ; about all had voted; the Lau- t~
rens wen didn't vote; was present at 4
s count-648 votes cast, 444 names on
t poll list ; excess drawn out by a man
I blindfolded ; don't know how ma~ny of t
f those drawn out were Republican -a
Calvin L. Spaun, colored, testified
-was ticket distributor at Prosperity
ron election day; distributed Republi- e
scan tickets; there was a disturbance; o
'some licks passed ; kept some from f<
voting-several of them ; a good deal y
of rioting, hollering and gui ng on.
SLawson Harris, colored, testified
.was at Prosperity. Managers objected
to Saw Johnson's voting; said he
took sonme things out of Mr. Moseley's'
store. Sium Boozer wanted to vote, C
t and the managers asked him if he had C
o paid his tax ; he didn't have his re
t ceipt with him, and they wouldn't let
thim vote; he had to go to Newberry. e
Several were not allowed to vote;
about 300 nigh as Ilcan cowe at it ;
a D)emocrat pulled my nose, my ears
and my jaws that night.
n btephen Wilson, colored, testified
. was at P-rsperity ; managers told we 6
-Icouldn't vote-Arthur Kohn and t
,- Wise; said I'd been convicted be- a
e fore a Tfrial Justice; I voted, but 1
they arrested me for voting and kept i
Lt we in the guard house all day ; let we
tout at night, and I saw stacks of guns,
r with bayouets on thetu near the polls.
Crs:xwndI a ovce
r (4-.-.mbod-J was convicted
1ere to-day and to-morru x. Y ester
lay Stolbrand served on Col. Gary
otice that he would- take tettitiony
at Laurens the 17th, 18th and 19th,
nd at Abbeville the 21st, 22nd, 23d
.d 24th. HIe proposes to examine
he Republican supervisors, ticket
istributors, poll watchers at:d !epub
can voters generally.
1. S. Colinin;issi:,er Eat~n e:: up
ast night on the freight train.
arious and all About
Clear and cold.
Wood is still higher than it should
Business is flat again-farmers being
t home attending to their business.
There is still some cotton in the Coun
F ; no day but a few loads are.brought
There are one hundred and thirteen
oung ladies at Due West Female Col
The HERALD'S wood customers are
olding back, perhaps, for a greater
A cat in a strange garret is not half
> much frightened as a bachelor at a
Man wastes his mornings in antici
ating his afternoons, and wastes his
fternoons in regretting his mornings.
The Bonnie Meyer Combination did
pretty fair business last week. Who
Messrs. Boozer & Bowers, of Pros
erity, send out a circular showing
,hat Fertilizers they are selling.
Miss Eleanor Calhoun is now the
bright particular star" in the theatrical
orid. Newberry would do her honor.
About two-thirds of the tickets pur
sased at the Columbia depot are for
ewberry. This is an important point,
There is no week in the year that a
ibscription does not expire. Look for
le red X mark, and pleaso pay atten
on to it.
An Iowa clergyman regulates his
iarriage fees by weight, four cents a
ound for the groom and two cents for
Rev. J. I. Bonner, D.D., of the :lsso
le Deforied Presbyterian, was mar
ed on the 3d inst., to Miss A. L. Morse,
teacher in his College.
Do not forget that you can have all
inds of Job Printing done at the HER
LD office at low prices, and in best
Do not forget either when you are in
>wn to come in and subscribe for the
[ERALD. We allude to those who bor
>w their reading.
W-ight & J. W. Coppock, the New
erry Clothiers, can fit you to a suit of
othes at your- own prices, Call on
em and see if we are not correct.
Our merchants are afraid if they ad
ertise that there will be a rush on
iem. If they sell their goods they will
e forc'ed to buy more.
We know a very promising youth by
ame of John, he is full of promises,
t they are like pie-crust made to be
Newberry can boast of more pretty
-omen than any other County of her
ze in the State. The hoys will sus
in us in this assertion.
Look out for cold weather and don't
itch cold, but if you do, nothing will
eet the requirements of your situa
on so well as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Emma Gaunt, colored, wife of Mau
ce, the barber, fell Tuesday night, 8th
ist., and broke her leg in two places
low the knee.
Solicitor Duncan and Judge Hudson
ath attended the Methodist church on
nday. After a week in Court they
eeded such influence.
Our young friend Slawson, the papu
.r segar dealer of Columbia is just
om the North, and is undergoing a
iawing after being freezed out.
Mr. Wmn. Zobel wvho has been mud
und for two months, will soon be able
>supply the country with his new bed
>ring, and every body will then be hap
Friday should no longer be called a
ay of bad luck. Thicik of Good Fri
sy. The President and Vice-President
Lke the oath of office on Friday, Lhe
b of March.
A little while back the Simmons and
'arker Houses were seldom tilled, now
o big hotels and the old Simmons
re all crowdled. This shows how our
>wn is growing.
Mr. Chas. A. Calve, the young, suc
ssful and accommodating proprietor
f the Columbia Regi.ster has our thanks
r a timely favor last week. He cap
ed the climax very opportunely.
T wo of the gay est dressed young m_en
Columbia Friday last were Mr. B.B.
[unter, and Mr. Donaid Water. They
rere resplendent even to the boutonaire
n their coat lappels. It was a wed
The smoking of cigarettes and even
ipes by small boys is becoming quite
ommon in our town. We are sorry to
ee this, boys. You will certainly re
ret it in after years if the habit does
ot kill you in youth.
Mr. M. L. Kinard of Columbia, the
rent Clothier, not satisfied with clo
bing the dear people with cheap goods,
vi soon like the great and lamented
Israce Grecly be able to tell them what
e "knows about farmning.
Furchgott & Benedict's (Charleston)
d*rtised bargains are enough to make
woman's head swim, We know a
., wh .a-e us cr-z to get down
aged six Ve:ars, three years, and two
months, respectively. These children
will he bonld out as our laws proviue
if suitable l1Ues e:mn b procured ,or
them. Should any one wish one or
more of them an application may he
left with Mr. F. Werber, Jr. Clerk of
the County Commissioners.
WXAmI.EY, EMANUEL ('O., GA.i.
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: Whileattending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Curine on my leg, it being atfectel
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. Af' r : W
ing thoroughly tested it I e-om led
to say that it is a succe:, for I have had
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Carine, which has
cured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I am yours, respectfully,
- JOHN BELL.
For sale by Dr. W. E. PEIurm. 50-1y
EWBERRY, S. C., Feb. 15, 1881.
Ordinary...... .................... 7 a 9 n
Good Ordinary.................... 9 a 9
Low Middling...................... 9a10g
Middling. ... .................... a10; s
Good Middlings..................... a10* n
Good d?mand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
CORRECTED WLEKLY !1
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New..... 61 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.... 8 -
Sides, C. it., New............ a 9
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New.............. 7
Sides, C. R., New........... a
Sides, Long Clear........... . 8
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia 16
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 12
Leaf, in Buckets ............ 121
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra ...................... 11
Coffee C...................... 10
New Orleans................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 25
Best Rio. .................. 2.5a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
S0OA.............-...... a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbi.............. ---6.0it10.0)
ANDY......---........-....... 20 -
ONCENTRATED LYE........... 10
NGLISH SODA. .. .......--10
:ORSFORDS BA KING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKIN(G POWDER 35 ,
ALE GREASE.................. 1
OBACCO....................... biOa 1.25
AILS (10 ker.. ............-4-~0
BAG GING-eavy.................... 12a14
AtRW TIES. per bunch.. ....... 2
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per .u.............. 0a
TESTIMONY OF DRUGGISTS. -
We have been selling "Swift's Syphilitic
Specific" for years, and regard it far supe- a
nor to anything ktnown to science, for the
diseases it is recommended to cure. We
have never known of a single failure.
S. J. CASSELs, Thomasvii'e. Ga.
L F. GRE ER & Co., Forsyth Ga.
HUNT, RANKis & LAxA.R, A tlanta Ga.
EMBERTON, SAMUELS & REYNOLDs, Ar
ATr.ANTA, GA., July 1, 1874.
We have been using 'Swift's Syphilitic
Specific" in the treatment of convicts for the
last year, and believe it is the only certain
known remedy that w' i1l effect a permanent
cure of diseases for which it is recommend
GRANT, ALEX ANDERt & CO.
Will be paid to hny chemist who will find,
n analysis of one hundred bottles of S. S.
S., one~particle of mercury, io iide potassum,
or any mineral substane.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Pro
Sold by DR S. F. F A NI.
Call fo'r a copy of "Young Men's Friend."
Feb. 9, 6-1m.
GET THE BEST.
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If you intend some day to get
"DO IT NOW."
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Contains over 118,000 Words
1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,
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T he "imost beautfuil and complete Eng- ,
Ha 3000 Engravings, nearly three
tmes as many as~ anyv other Diet' ry.
very school and family should have it
for constanlt reference.
3 GET THE STAN~DA.RD.
Sa of Webster' is. over 20 times the
said of any other' series of Dictionaries.
he 1 highest authority of the Courts in7m
5.definition."-Chie'f Justice Wai.
n almrost univ ers-al authority in decid
ing thle meaning of words. buh
oother Dietionary has been bogtby
any State to supp)ly it.s Schools.
iconary on which nine-tenths of the
Shool Books of the country are based. J
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3(6 Stat'e, and 50 College Pret ts.
Dictionarv that has been planenin more u
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IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
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egardless of Public Opinion,
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I WILL SELL
RY 098DS 0TOIONS, '
AT SUCH PRICES
A .s .~h Cano ~ailO to Suit~
i o 1 ~.i. E a., -.laan of goode a'il
I)rs'j isools tet!eB tk?
W here 7a the hhim:&nse
C . d Rush!g?
NHY, DON'T YOU niOW?
)R1' CO IPORIIlM
CL\ T99 W R
1 Ii lN CO.,
To exaamiun tht' L A i:GE STIm i. of
itdple aid Fally 9ods
.J US-T RECTJEI VED.
yOVELTIE DRESS GOODS!
OVELTIE NOTIONS !
A few mnor^ pairs lf0 t' e jobt, lo: wo
iens' Shoes ft,r t 1 .( )O.
We will appreciate an opportunity to
now you our Fall Goods without importu
itv to purchase.
B. H. CLINE & CO..
Oct. 2'; 44-tf. .
fhe Great Wonder
of the Age.
It is a mystery to many
;people how I can -sell:
goods at such LOW
PRICES. The secret
is, I buy my goods with re
:erence to the special wints,
f my customers, and with
-t experience of twenty
years in the Dry Goods busi
aess, I know exactv what
to buy. I d ,sire to call the
;sttention of the public gen
erally to the fact that I have
now on hand the nost
varied and best
of Goods ever -ehib
ired .a the city of (olumbia
Grateful to the good people'
Newberry County for
their liberal patronage here
tofore, I trust, by fair deal-:
:,t1 to receive a continuance
of their favors. I espe-:
cialiy invite the
ladies to examine mY
?xten.ive stock of fine SiiM
Ribbons, ranging from. 5
cents to $1.0f1 per yard,
which are unsurpassed b'i
mv House in the So,.th.
Come one and all, exam
ne my goods and buy them!
while the stock i scomnplete~
in every departm.ent. Re
member the place.
C. F. JACKSON,
[20 Main St., Columbia, S.' C.
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
L. C. S WYGE RT respectfully iniforms his
:iends that he can be found at the above
stabl ishmnen t,
Sep. 22, 39-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
HikIIE AD J EWELRY
At the New Store on liotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
YTCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
IOLIN AND GUITAa STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VI.RIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
athmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
Electioni is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
~ARCS GALLERY, where the fiest A
orks that have ever been exhibit in
~ewberry, are on exhibition. And'while
bere sit~fr your pcture, and take to your
ones somne of their superior pho:ographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
o r it is too hte.
Mr. W. HI. Clark feels confident, after an
xperience of fifteen y ears, that he can
rouce a cls ot work'.that will please
nd give perfect satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enlarging to
ny desired side, also reduemng to the
mallest, a specialty.
For siyle and quali'y of work, refers to
he editor of this paper.
Nov. 10, 46-tf.
MRS, JE NXlE BRiNN AN
Repee tuifuli inrs the ciJz:-ns of New
irr andii sur. C'utnd Iiln onry, tha.lt she
as5 ;.tlened at Sut ei is DliES MAKING
-'ST ABISli' EiiNT. tro:iting Mr. Newton
he Rev. J. WV Hun.bert's. I g.uirantee
ir.t chs work and pec :c. fits, and as to
ie IC I amn co: iden hey w'. a iu re satis
actin 1ormriv lived in this to,wn, and
-oubaneC C.-t it his blines w ith \rs. Stod
11rd. Si :.e thn I have' hi.ad more than
.x years (xience,( p' . t!y in thims State
odn 'partly in Georgi,a. and have returned
ere i:: the hod e of obtiing a portion of
he p:hie x*O~ ti': I ': "o cik :tl
ends et iGEN IL Id EN\ CLOTIIING, when
-a ya Til:r Baa iuthing I eut and'
-tslr br (;h .. M asure-du-ing duli
tanrus. I~a i :ke all kinds of I'NDER
NEAR. Give me an. ca , one and all, and
Dec. ], 49-3m.
rhat Car Load of large
heavy first class
yhc h*e been h. up t 25 perF centes
tain te colmbnatin pi . am iili be
80LD FOR LESS
[an any Stoves of the same lass ever
)ttert~d in this imara t