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Ne'rberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 1880.
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rean (10 Spruce St.,) where advertising con
'tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mrs. Wade W. Saber died Thursday,
the 24th ultimo, of Congestion.
Mrs. McGinnis died at her home at
Helena Monday morning.
Mr. Patrick Scott died at his home in
Newberry Monday, 28th ultimo, at 6
P. M., of pneumonia.
Mr. - Scott was a native of County
Sligo, Ireland; he came to this country
when a young man. He lived for a
time in New York. and afterwards came
to this State and located at Winnsboro'.
SFom Winnsboro' he moved to Colum
bia.-and.in 1855 he came to this place;
he followed. the business of merchan
dising in each of these places.
Mrs. Scott was a true and honest man,
Maad a good citizen. His age was be
tween seventy-five and eighty.
His remains will be taken to Colam
him this (Tuesday) afternoon, and. will
rboried'in the Catholic Cemetery by
-the side of his wife, who died in 1855.
One Carom Billiard Table for sale.
1%- .T. Q.BOOZER, Agt.
The State Medical Association
Will convene at Newberry the 8th
^day of April, and continue in session
We call attentio- with pleasure to
the card of Mr. L'onald W. Waters,
Cotton Buyer, who it will be seen has
moved his office to Mr. W. T. Wright's
tin store, where he will be happy to see
Dr. Dye's Battery and Pad
Cured Mrs. F. H. Montgomery, Lan
ark, Ark., of Periodic Headaches, of
13 years standing. It cures all Spinal,
Nervous and Sheumatie troubles. See
The Spirit of the Times
Will be the name of a new weekly
paper at Sumter; the first issue will ap
* pear- about the 10th instant. The paper
will be Democratic of the conservative
- type, and will be published by C. H,
DeLorme, at $2.00 per annua.
* Suing a Rail. Road.
'Dr. J. M. Westmoreland, of Green
ville, who was isjured in a collision be
-tween two freight trains on the C. & G.
B. B., near Pomaria, last December,
has began a suit in the Circuit Court of
Greenville for $10,000 damages against
Just th, Thing.
We had the pleasure of examing Mr.
J. Taylor's new "'Dexter Queen Bug
gy" and pronounce it the very acme of
perfection. It is the most perfect in its
spring of anything ever manufactured,
and must get into favor at once. Mr.
Taylor is just putting the finishing
touches on the first one and will be
pleased to exhibit it.
Washington Brown, colored, is the
snccessful proprietor of a thriving es
tablishment near Mrs. McKellar's hand
some suburban residence, and built by
this lady. He makes and repairs har
ness and bridles, besides turning out a
good and substantial shoe. Wash. de
serves credit-but we hope gives none
-and is doing a first rate business. He
has proven the truth of the adage that
"where there is a will there is a way."
A visit to the Helena Work Shops
Thursday afternoon was rendered very
pleasant by tbe polite attentions of Mr.
Parrish, the Superintendent. Every
thing moved smoothly and every one
looked lovely, smut and grease except
ed We were plased to see so much
Every day at the HERALD Book Store,
and why? Because the stock of School
Books, Blank Books. Letter Paper, En
velopes and Stationery of all kinds is
large and complete. A splendid lot of
In7itation paper with double envelopes,
Bill Head paper, white and colored,
Cards and other material for printing,
at this office. Come and see speci
Ladies are advised to call at once on
their Druggists for the A. B. C. book,
all about Flowers and Canaries. Costs
AIsrox, FAIRFIELD CO., S. C.,
Dr. L. T. Hill:
Dear Sir-I am proud to say that your
medicine has done wore for me than
all the other medicines I have ever
tried. I pronounce your HEPATIC PAN
ACEA superior to all for Liver, Stomach
J. S. SWYGERT.
U For sale to the trade by W. H.
Barrett, Augusta, Ge.. and by W. E.
"WINE OF CARDUI " for Ladies only.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
-See how she leans her cheek upon
her hand; would I were a glove upon
that hand that I might kiss that cheek."
Well, if you accomplished that little
job you might have cause to wish you
hadn't gone and done it. Listen while
her ruby lips part in soft whispering.
"Oh that I were in Kingsland & Heath's
great caravansery of household goods
that I might go through their elegant
stock of china, glass, crockery and other
ware, woul.ln't I be happy. I'll get af
ter George to-night, see if I don't, and
I'll soft soap him in such a manner that
he will consent to my going down to
Columbia." We are happy to say that
George was promiscuously soaped and
capitulated like a good husband. tf
THOxPSoN, Dentist, opposite Herald office
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills
and fever impossible.
For sale by DE. S. F. FANT.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula
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
have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
in my family for several years, and can
recommend it as an invaluable remedy
for Coughs. etc., and have found it su
perior to any other remedies that I have
tried. For sale by Dr. W. E. PEL
No head-ache or back-ache for ladies
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
It is a Well Known Fact
Among physicians that Bucha Juni
pzr 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
been tried for Grave], Briek Dust De
posits, Bright's Disease, Weakness in
Back and Hips, produced by derange
menit of Bladder and Kidneys, but none
with such happy results as Rankin's
Extract of Buchu and Juniper. If you
suffer from any disease of those organs,
get a bottle-one or two will relieve
Prepared only by Hunte Rankin &
Lamar, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by Dr. S.
F. Fant. eow
Beauty, health, and happiness for ladies
in "WINE OF CARDUl."
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable nook is for sale at the
HEA LD Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single.copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your'
horse 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
51-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
Take "BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you
will never be bilious.
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
When You Make Your Purchases
Try som... of Crampton's Palm Soap,
the best in the market. It can be had,
recollect, of all grocers. Read the fol
"This certifies that about for two
years I have used in my family the cel
ebrated Palm Soap, made by Cramp
ton Brothers, New York, and consider
it the very best in the market for gen
eral use. I think if bought in quanti
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. KIMBALL, Enosburgh Falls,
March 30th, 1880."
Nov. 24, 48-6mn.
AT THE HER \LD BOOK STORE.
Secure a copy at once. 1-tf
A trial pac .age of -BLACK-DRAUGHT''
free of charge at
Da.S. F. FAST'S.
Greenville Knitting Cotton, at Mr:
Z. L. White's. 1t.
Mrs. McKellar, whose heart is in th
right place and as big as anybody's, ha
our thanks for sundry kindnesses.
Thanks to Hon. ). Wyatt Aiken fo
his speech in Congress on the apportion
ment bill. We will publish it as soo:
as we can.
To Mr. E. George Keitt, of Newber
ry, for an invitation to the annual com
mencement of the College of Physician
and Surgeons of Baltimere the 1st in
To our young and amiable friend
Miss Lizzie Simmons, who so kind]:
remembered us last week. Verily sh
is an expert in fixing up things for the
Taken for an Escaped Lunatic.
The following is too good to be with
held from our readers. Our friend C
G. J. visited the Asylum in Columbi.
last week. He was in there about thre<
hours, and saw and heard so much tha
on coming out it is not surprising tha
he did not know what direction to take
for his hotel. An old -woman happen
ing along just at this moment he asked
her to show him, who, seeing hin
touching all the trees and posts in the
way-one of his peculiarities-jumped
-two feet high-to the conclusion tha1
he had just eluded his keepers. Seeing
her fright, and fearing she might at
tract a policeman, he fished out a quar
ter from his pocket and offered it to the
old woman. This clinched the matter,
but fortunately for him she fled, and he
The bar-room of Mr. S. P. Baird, on
the corner of Pratt and Nance Streets,
was burned this (Tuesday) morning
about 4 o'clock. The fire was discover
ed on the inside, and had made very
little head way. Mr. Jno. Henry Chap
pell says that when he reached the
place he found a back window broken
open, and the floor on fire. He threw
a bucket of water on the fire which
seemed to make it burn more furiously,
leading him to believe that either kero
sene or spirits had been poured over the
floor and ignited. There seems no
doubt that the fire was incendiary.
Nothing was saved except one barrel
and one cask of spirits.
The adjoining building, belonging to
the Casn estate, and occupied by J. B.
Leonard as a bar and grocery, was in
great danger, and would very probably
have gone but for the strenuogs efforts
of a few men. Messrs. I. W. Walter,
C. A. Bowman, R. W. Boone, S. S.
Langford and Coleman Jenkins, color
ed, climbed out upon the roof of the
Cash building, and with buckets of
water kept the fire from breaking
thirough the windows.
Mr. Baird was insured for $2,000
$1,000 in the Queen on stock; and $1,
000 in the North British & Mercantile
Speaks for Itself.
That. the road is open in the South
for the colored as well as the white
man to realize a competence by indus
try and economy the following facts,
will show ; Lewis Duckett, a colored
man living within a few miles of New.
berry, is now the owner of a valuable
plantation of 796 acres, bought and paid
for by himself since the war. -Ducketi
thus related his post bellam history tc
a Daily News reporter ; "I was freed
in 1865, but continued working with
my former master for one year, mak
ing that year nothing beyond my liv
ing. From that time until A pril 1867
I rented land from Mr. Duncan, taking
one-third of the crop. I sold my share
in April 1867 and realized enough frorn
from it to put me through the following
year and had over $400, which I leni
out at 15 per cent interest. While
renting land at a cash rent of $1,200 a
year, I was was burned out, losing 6C
bales of cotton and 1,400 bushels ol
cotton seed. I commenced buying
land in 1869 and have continued add
ing to my original purchase of 130 acres,
and now own 796 acres. I own be
sides 8 head of stock, 10 milk cows, 4
yearlings and 25 hogs. My crop thi5
year made on the part of the farm I
manage myself is 61 bales of cotton,
averaging 600 lbs. to the bale, LOOC(
bushels of corn, and 800 bushels of red
rust proof oats. My renters made 57
bales of cotton, 700 bushels of oats an d
150 bushels of weat. My farm would
bring at auction $7,000 but I would
not take anything like that price for it.
Mr. Duncan, cashier of the New berry
bank can substantiate all that I have
said, and that my property is all paid
for and has not a cent of encumbrance
on it." Mr. William Whitmire, also, a
gentleman thoroughly conversant with
Lewis Duckett's J~fairs, more than en
dorses the statement as to value given
by him. The real value of his proper
ty is considerably in excess of that state
ment in Mr. Whitmnire's opinion.
Are colored people permited in the
South to own land ? asked recently an
intelligent Northern gentleman of a
Southern brigadier. A very emphatic
affirmative answer is given to this ques
tion in the above simple and tr-ue state
ment of Lewis Ducket, planter oj
Ne wberry county.- Greenville News.
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. Why wil]
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling.
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of thiese
two great remedies will eure you?
From C. D. McCurry. Newnan Co.
Georgia.-I take great pleasure n re
comnigt-h pbi i hny
Ecmenind opbi reneyM
littectornt ad roup -retier. Mro
Spalesmodi Crou dring hea night.e r
Chesmedi aboupw yersng recrigteD
forney, hiboup w yrearstago, preschibe<
ost hmiaClousl cPreetid whi hafnd
mnet mienoninnele one..d him T tind 1
. Various and all About
More good weather,
For whieh we are thankful, and
e Hope the reader of the HERALD is
The guano trade is very brisk.
' Trim your shrubbery, and prune your
- i grape vines.
2 Wheat and oats are having an up
Garfield will be the first President in
augurated on Friday.
Dr. Ruff's place is much improved by
the recent trimming of shrubbery.
A big frost killei early vegetation
the night of March 12th last year.
A colored girl died suddenly at Dr.
G. W. Glenn's place Saturday night.
The correct thing now in the way of
style is the postage stamp sleeve but
To our notion Dr. Jas. K. Gilder's
house is one of the most attractive in
During this windy March weather
persons should be especially careful
For a very handsome display we in
vite attention to the sbow windows of
B. H. Cline & Co.
A colored woman named Eliza Davis
died suddenly on Mr. Thos. M. Lake's
place Friday night.
The public printers are a long time
getting out the laws of the last session
of the Legislature.
Several of the locomotives on the Col
umbia & Greenville R. R. are burning
coal instead of wood.
The communication of "Clara Lou
ise" is crowded oat on account of its
length and the press of other matter.
Mr. W. A. Hipp. near Pomaria, has
a mare that gave birth one night last
week to two horse colts: the colts both
The editors of the HERALD will not
attend the Garfield Inauguration: they
don't approve of Republican inaugura
Mr. Allen M. Wyse, of Prosperity, is
the happiest man in ten Counties: he
has two pretty bouncing boy babies just 1
a week old to-day.
Are you subject to pains of any kind?
If so go at once to Dr. Fant and ask
him for an ounce or two of the new4
remedy just introduced.
Fruit trees are budding, and it will be
a blessing if they are not nipped in the
bud. The early bird catcheth the worm.,
and is sometimes caught.
Overhaul tools, machinery, wagons,
etc., now, and have any repairs that
may be needed made at once, before the
busy season is upon you.
Mr. - Norris is getting in his stock
of groceries and other goods. Among
other articles he has segars, which he
has allowed us to sample.
County Treasurers will now wear the
regulation hat; our worthy incumbent
has gone into his own. Let no one say
unto him come out of that hat.
The Hardware Store of Mr. S. P.
Boozdr is full up with a complete stock
of goods, which he is offering at prices
which will astonish the natives.
WVork was resumed on the Opera
House Monday. With plenty of mate
rial on hand and good weather the work
will be pushed forward rapidly.
A mule got away from a boy at C. &
S.'s Stables the other day, when the boy
seized him by the tail. Fortunately the
mule was not in a kickinig humor.
Several new and handsome quilts
seen at a residence not a hundred miles
from the Steam Saw Mill gives rise to
the thought that there is something up.
All mail matter destined for the North
or West should be mailed before the
close of the up-mail, as it will reach its
destination quicker by going via Green
'If put in the down-mail it will be ta
ken to Columbia and go by the W. C,
& 'A. R. R, without delay.
A nine foot Chinese giant with a head
as big as a flour barrel, recently impo'rt
ed1 by Barnum at a salary of $.500: a
week for fifty-two weeks, is the sen,sa
J. N. Martin & Co., have a supply of
Fertilizers sufficient to fill all wants.
If you don't use fertilizers liberally you
need not expect good crops. Don't
One would imagine that by this t:ime
every man in the County is supplied
with a one, two or four-horse wagon,
so many have been unloaded at this
place, and yet they still come.
The Grand Lodge of the Knights of
Honer will meet in Yorkville in April.
Dr. James McIntosh has been eletLed
delegate, and Mr. E. P. Chalmers alter
nate from the Newberry Lodge.
The Methodist Quarterly Meeting of
the Newberry Station will be beld at
the Methodist Church in town Friday
and Saturday. Presiding Elder Pritch
ard will preach Saturday and Sunday.
When you come to town next Sale
day, or any other day, don't fail to visit
the HERALD Boek Store which has now
one of the most complete assortments
of Stationery articles ever shown in
Newberry. We won't be undersold
either. Remember this.
At the Aduministrator's Sale of Mr.
Cal. Suber's personal property the 25th
ultimo, a cow with a year old calf
brought $56; two mules sold for $140
and $143; corn for $1.05 per bushel;
cotton seed 12 1-2 cents per bushel, and
other things in nronnrtion.
ed to bo present to take part in th
All those who have made up thei
minds to be jammed, squeezed, mash
ed, and possibly knocked into the mid
dle of the next week, will now ge
ready to start for the Inauguration. I
they reach Washington they will hav(
to take the chances for hash and lodg
The Municipal election in Prosperit]
comes off some time this month. WE
bear that there will be an effort mad(
to elect a dry ticket. A petition ha:
been gotten up and signed by man3
people in the surrounding country ask
ing that the sale of liquor be prohibitec
Judge Hudson took occasion to com
pliment the Newberry Trial Justices
very highly while holding Court. He
said the papers they sent up to the Cir
cuit Court, both criminal and civil,
were the best he had met with any
where. In the appeal cases their de
cisions were sustained in nearly every
The proprieter of the HERALD has
been trying to make ends meet by keep
ing a stock of Stationery; and now that
the Dry Goods, Drug and other dealers
ire going into the business, he will be
rorced to keep needles, thread, calico,
with paregoric, castor oil and other like
.hings. Where will the end be.
"A dumb priest loseth his benefit,"
;o he that bloweth not his own horn re
!eiveth neither honor or profit. We
ould have it known, therefore, by all
2aen and women, and the rest of man
ind, that we have a complete stock of
tationery and Books, which we are
;elling at bottom prices. Come and
J. Foster, the Spiritualist who exhib
ted in Newberry a few weeks ago, has
,ot into trouble. He exhibited to a
arge crowd at Danville, Va., the night
)f the 21st ultimo, and after the enter
ainment was over one of the audience
ot out a warrant for his arrest on the
:arge of obtaining money, from the
iale of tickets, under false pretenses.
Ie took the night train and "lit out."
We are gratified to know that the la
or and trouble we took to give a full
eport of the testimony in the Stolbrand
iken contest last week was apprecia
ed by our readers. The Democrats all
ver the County now know the kind of
estimnony upon which Stolbrand ex
ects to obtain Aiken's seat in Con
~ress; they know the showing of the
thr side. When Col. Aiken comes
~ound to take testimony in his behalf,
here will be quite a different showing.
Mrs. Cyrilla Rutherford is teaching
it the Mellohon Academy.
Mr. Bartlett S. Golding has resigned
2is position as Trial Justice.
Miss Chrissie Sligh has come to town
: attend Capt. Pifer's school.
J. Y. Culbreath, Esq., who has been
sck for the past week, is out again.
Capt. R. H. Wright, of Wright & J.
W. Coppock, goes to New York this
week after goods.
Mr. Warren G. Peterson, of Floyd
rownship, has been appointed a Trial
Justice by the Governor.
James Packer, Esq., moves this week
ato Mrs. Wicker's house, in that por.
:ion of town known as Brooklyn.
Sila.s Johnstone, Esq., Master, has
uoved his office into the Crotwell
Building, over the store of Dr. Pelbam.
Capt. McFalf, of McFall & Satter
white, will leave for New York Thurs
Say to lay in a stock of Spring and Sum
Mr. James H. Dennis has returned
Erem Spartanburg County, where he
ias been for the past two montbs on
Col. B. F. Griffin was in town last
week for the first time in several
:nonths. He has been in bad health
or a long time, but is now much im
Mr. C. G. Andrews, representing the
frg house of Cousins & Tabler, Nash
ille, Tenn., favored us with a visit Sat
2rday last. He is visiting the upper
rank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
There can be no question as to the
reat merit and cheapness of this mag
izine ; in these respects it is not excelled
ay any similar publication. The num
der for March contains, as does every
~opy, 128 quarto pages and over 100
lustrations, togethdr with a beautiful
~olored frontispiece, 'No Rose witbout
Thorn.' The articles 'Our Monster
elegraph System,' by Noel Ruthven
:16 illustrations); 'A Dash Through
Jonneara,' by N. Robinson (9 illls
:rations); 'The Trent Affair,' by an
Eye-witness (6 illustrations); 'The
tory of the Diamond Necklace' (6 ii
[ustrations); 'The Pine-apple Trade in
he Bahamas' by Mrs. Frank Leslie (8
lustrations); 'Why the Clouds Float,
md What the Clouds Say,' by Robert
James Mann (8 illustrations), and
many other articles, are deeply inter
esting and replete with information.
There are excellent stories, sketches,
dventures, etc., by celebrated writers;
some admirable poetry, and a very
large amount of miscellany, embracing
istory, science, travels, fun, etc., etc.
A single copy of this delightful peri
odical can lae obtained for 25 cents;
the annual subscription is $3; six
monts $1.50, four months Si, sent pos
tage-free. Address Frank Leslie's Pub
lishing House, 53, 55 and 57 Park
Place, New York.
WAm.EY, EMANUEL Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your.
Star Curine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
ing thornoghly tested it T -m cmpelled
e A. B. C. books, containing valuab
information about Flowers ind Can
r ries, with lots of fun for the little folk
- presented to ladies free at any Drt
- Store. Call early if you want one.
The March number of the Eelecti
has a varied and interesting table <
contents, wh!ich shows the advantage
of the recent; enlargement. It cot
prises the following articles: 'Th
Dawn of a Revolutionary Epoch,' b
II. M. Hyndman: 'On some of Shakes
peare's Cha::acters. I., Ophelia,' b
One who has Personated them (Hele:
Faucit Martin); 'Aerial Navigation
by Dr. William Pole, F.R.S.; A Dal
with a War Balloon,' by Henry Els
dale, R.E.; 'Lord Beaconsfield's World
ly Wisdom;' 'Geist's Grave,' a poem
by Matthew Arnold; 'Field-Marsha
Suwarrow;' 'The Jews in Germany,
by the author of -German Home Life;
'George Eliot;' 'A Winter's Evening il
the Fens;' 'Kith and Kin,' a novel, b:
Jessie Fathergill, chapters I. to III.;
'The Prophetic Power of Poetry,' b3
J. C. Sharp, Professor of Poetry at Ox
ford; 'On the Truthfulne.s of IIuman
Knowledge' (The Unity of Nature
Part V.), by the Duke Qf Argyll; 'Death
and its Superstitions;' 'Sainte-Beuve;
'Folk Lullabies,' by Evelyn Carring
ton; 'Penny Fiction,' by James Payn
'The Ants as Farmers;' 'Phosphores
cence;' and a striking poem by Alex
ander Anderson, 'Drew the Wrong
Lever.' Besides these there are well
filled editorial departments of Literary
Notices, Foreign Literary Notes, Sci
ence and Art, and Miscellany.
Published by E. R. Pelton, 2.5 Bond
Street. New York. Terms, 85 pei
year; single copy, 45 cents; Trial sub
scription for three months, $1.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Mar. 1, 1881.
Ordinary...... .................... 7 a 9
Good Ordinary..................... 9 a 9I
Low Middling...................... 91a10
Middling ............ alO
Good Middling .................... a10O
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO
Shoulders, Prime New...... 61 a 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured.... 8
Sides, C. R., New............ a 1
DRY SALTED ME ATS
Shoulders, New.......... 7
Sides, C. R., New..........9 a 9
Sides, Long Clear..........9? a 9
Uncanvassed Hams......... 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf. in Tierces............ 12
Leaf, in Buckets............ 12j
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C.................. 11
Coffee C ..............1
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson............ ...1.50
PEPPER..................... ... 0
COF FE E
Roasted or Parched... 25
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a
White Wine Vinegar 65.
Bolted.. ............... ... 90
SOAP........................... 5a 10
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl.......... ....... 6.00a10.09)
CANDY..... ......... 20
ENGLISH SODA. ............... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING~ POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE.................. 10
TOBACCO....................... 60a 1.25
NAILS(10; keg..............,.... 4.0
BAG GING-Heavy.................. 12a14
ARROW TIES, per bunch....... 2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per 1W....20
RED OATS-per 1-u............ 50a
TESTIMONY OF DRUGGISTS.
We have been seling "Sw ift's Seprhiliti
Specific" for years, and regard it far supe
rior to anything known to science, for thc
diseases it is recommended to cure. We
have never known of a single failure.
S. J. CASSmELs,7h o masy iLde, Ga.
L F. GREER & Co., Forsyth Ga.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAR, A tltnta Ga.
HEMBERTON, SAM.UELs & Ra.YsotDs, At.
. ATLANTA, GA., July 1, 1874.
We have been using "Swift's Syphilitic
Specific" in the treatment of convicts for thE
ast year, and 'believe it is the only certait
known remedy that will effect a permaneni
cre of diseases for which it is recommend
GRANT, ALEXANDER & CO.
Will be paid to any chemist who will find
on analysis of one hundred bottles of S. S
S., one particle of mercury, io.lide potassum
or any mineral substance.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Pro.
prietors, Atlanta, Ga.
Sold ny D)R S. F. F ANUT.
Call fo'r a copy of "Young Men's Friend.'
Feb. 9, 6-1m.
MRS. JENNIE BRANNAN
Respectfually informs the citizens of New.
berry and surrounding countury. that she
has opened a first class DRESS MAKING
ESTABLISHMENT, fronting Mr. New~ton
Martin's residence, in the house known as
the Rev. J. W. Hlumbert's. I guarantee
first class work and pertect fits, and as tc
prices I am confident they will give satis.
faction. I ;ormerly lived in this town, and
commenced this business with Mrs. Stod
dard. Since then I have had more than
six years experience, partly in this State
and "partly in Georgia. and have returned
here in the hope of obtaining a portion ol
the puiblic patronage. I also make all
kinds of GENTLEMEN'S CLOT HING, whem
cut, by a T4ilor. Doys' Glothing I cut and
fit myself by Ghart Measure-diming dill
seasons. I also miake all kinds of FNDER
-ER iem al n n 1 n
WE ga r.Gve per!ac 5icall,oe.udi ,n
IMurnteprS.c JatifNio Rn A
IOysto e r! t O y strs!
I am nnw n,.an-arod in ennnly BEST NOR.
Ie .V'ei # JL
"ITHE STUDY OF M
e The Labor of Years Ae<
the New Indueti
Has Opened a STUDIO ov
Store for the Rec
Having Taught this Method in the North
vile. S. C.. now Offers her Services and the
r It is impossible to set forth ALL THE
Old System, in an Advertisement, but invite;
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. It is so
It does away with years of drudgery.
It takes the Pupil almost immediately int
continues the same throughout the whole Co:
I* is not a superficial method, but applies
out any change whatever.
It commends itself at once to the educate.
This Method is entirely different from the
An opportunity is ofered to all to gain a
for Less Expensc
g7- Many of my Pupils in the South ar
which was gained at a nominal expense, whil
DOLLARS per Lesson.
This Method fulfils the maxim that "Whatl
ens life and increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 cts
W- Books and Sheet Music will b
FOR FURTHER PARTiCULAltS, CALL C
Feb. 23, S-tf.
Pianos and Organs.
Greenville, S. C.
We Mean Business and no Mis
take. Beat these ligures
if you (Jan.
ORGANS-15 Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, Sub
Bass and Coupler, Beautiful Walnut Case,
only S65. 9 Stops, 4 Sets Reeds, only $59.
7 Stops, 3 Sets Reeds, $55. S tool and Book
PIANOS-Large Size, Rich Rosewood
Case, 7 Oct., only $179. Largest Size, 7 I
Oct., only S200. Square. Grand, Extra
Large Magnificent Case, only $250. Good
Stool and Cover given.
Fifteen Days Test Trial.
We pay freights if not satisfactory. These
instruments are from.
OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSES,
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
Greenvilie, some of which have been in use1
over SIX YEARS, and are still givinlg per
Our Easy One Year Plan
Enables every one to own a good Piano or
Chickering, Ma:bushek, Guild & Co.,
Arnon, Southern Gem, Favorite Pianos, Ma
son & Ham lin, Pe!oubet & Co., Sterling Or
gans have no Superiors.
Send for Christmas Price Lists and Cata
logues. It will pay you.
P'rices on Guite'rs, Violins, Banjos, Ac
cordeons and ali small instra nents are
greatly reduced. Address
McSMITH MUSIC HOUSE,
Greenville, S. C., P. 0. Box 15.
Dec. 8, 35-6m Charlotte, N. C.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on ilotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCK(S, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND] SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTiMDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmiaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply gnd with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-rf
TSIC S P?LfF aED.
omplished in1 WIels by
e Method for the
,r R. Y. LeaveIl's Furniture
eption of Pupils.
vith Unnaralleled Success; also in Green
tIethiodto the CITIZENS OF NEWBEFRY
ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
tli interested to Call at the Studio, or Send
imple that even a Child of Five Years can
> the Science of Musical Compositions, and
Irse of Instruct ion.
to all Music precisely as it is written, with
I class of the community.
fiusica Educztion in a shore time and
lzan ever befo-ec.
e now successtully Teaching this Method,
e my expense for Tuition alone was FOUR
ver shortens the road to learning, length
Furnished on Moderate Terms.
N OR ADDRESS,
IS. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
Dry Goods and .1'otions.
What Was the Excitemfeo
Where Was the Immense
WHY, DON'T YOU KNOW?
DRY GOODS EMPOI1UM
1. CLIN & CO./
To examine the L ARGE STOCK of
StapIe aod [arcy Gonds
~I OVELTIE (1DRESS iGOOiS?
IOVELTIE UNOTIONS !
A few more piirs left of the job lot wo
mens' Shoes for $ 1.00.
We will appreciate an opportunity to
show you o.ir Fall Goods without importu
nity to purchiase.
B. H. CLINE & C06,
Oct. 27, 44-tf.
Regardless of Publie Opinion,
Cost or Consequences!I
I WILL SELL
DRY GOODS NOTIONS,&J
AT SUCH PRICES
As Cannot Fail to Suit
All I ask is an examination of goods a',d
C. F. JACKSON,
Leader of Low Prices in Columbia.
Feb. 9, 6-t f.
Avoid Drugs, Try Nature's Remedy
OaIhaoic Ballery aod P ad
The only combination of Electricity and
the Absorption theory. Entirely different
fromi all "Batteries," all "Pads," it corn-'
bines the good points of both and cuREs
DISEAsF. AS BY MAGIc.
Invigorates, Strengl?ens, Renovates, Puri
And is an infallible remedy for Fever and
Ague, Kidney, Bladder and Stomach Comn
plaints, Dyspepsia, Neuralgii, Rheumatism,
Headache, General, Nervous, and Sexual
Debility, an d Weakness of all kinds. Pat
ented in United States, Canada and Europe.
Combines a real 'lectro-Galvanic Battery
with a medicated Pad, all in one ne at, per
feet, elegant appliance. Nothing like it.
In all Spinal, Nervous and-Female Comn
plaints it acts like-maii. Unlike so called -
"Batteries," "Behrs,"&c., Dr. Dye's Bat
ters and P.ad GENERATEs ELECTRtc1TY and
Before buy ing any ele-:trical appliance,
ivestigaite this wonderful im~ ention. This
Company make four different appliances:
No. 1, for Ladies and Children, price $l;
No. 2, "Stan dard" st yle, 82 ; No. 3, Double
Combined-best and most poy'erful-price
85; No. 4, Spec.d A ppliance for men only,
and a cURE for ALL diseases of men, young
or old. Every man should send for "Pri
vate Circulars." Any of the above appli- :
ilnces Sent free on receipt of price. Do not
Jespair, but send for circulars show
ig what Dr. Dyel Battery and Pad
nas done. It wil cost niothing, and must -
pay. MENTION THIs PAPEa, Address at
DYE BATTERY AND PAD 00.,
Box 1369. Boston, Xass.
Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
CLARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Worb> that have ever been exhibited in
Newberry, are on exhibition. And while
there sit for your pitue and take to your
homes some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
~o ere it is too late.
~Mr. W. H. Clark feels confident, after an
experience of fifteen years, that he can
p..nd.mae a cnfs olnwok that will nlasa