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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1881.
a- LXDZ To NEw ADVERTI8EX3NT.
WIas Jobnstone-Master's Sale.
Maybin & Tarrant-Fresh Drugs.
J. 1. Martin & Co.- -Just Received.
Theodore Spehl-Blacksmit Shop to Bent.
Wrigbt & J. W. Coppock-The Only Cloth
- House in Newberry.
MeFsli & Satterwhite-The Leaders in
mal Things and Low Prices.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
BpTrain arrives................ 1 35 P M
,,W l coses att............... 1 00 P M
DtTrain arrives ........... 4 08 P M
.u ma closes at........... 3 30 P M
t arsus Train arrives. .......... 9 28 A M
Lauros mail closes at... . --. 3 30 P M
Bce hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.;
B. W. BOONE, P M
.Newberry, S. C,, Aug. 30, 1880.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
s in his local counn are inserted at
r e of 15 cents per ine eah isnser
Maries, notices of ,neetings, com
'SInia ns rel at ing to 4 inter
es, brbutes of respe are charged
W6,egular adortisements at $1 per
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_ 'be pad l' forin advance
snheubecriptOn price of the Herald
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onths, 5ents for three months and
25 eents fr one month, in advance.
-Nses in f 'turewil not be placed on
ebcriptsobooks until the cash or
- A communications relating to
sonalinterests will be inserted at
. egul r advert ng rates, one dollar per
3 dare, e ds m in advance. ti
may be found on file at Geo. P.
. .., x a O 5 N ew epatper A dvertising B a-6. & P Q &a .)my D madefr i in N w Y r .
gret mybe md for itin New -ok
L. 8. Bowers, post master at
poour anthoised agent at
The next aanl State Convention of
the'Y. X. C. A., will meet at this place
*iis th9th tothe 12th of June next.
Bi:J B. :Mat D.D., of Columbia,
w ?eic' in the Presbyterian Church
r =mTNeryext Sunday morning and
-Mr.Joseph Caldwell, his son Bartow,
i. Carrie Caldwell and Miss Janie
miOmist.NeCwberry Tuesday for Ocala,
Pla., to be absent two or three weeks.
aattose f or rederswhofind
ly wghb ooriequest to renew their sub
aipI,ens. Some.have run considera
bly ever their~ time. The individual
saoni ar sall, but the aggregate
Is large and u est that py
mts:bemade prom .a
Pait is a great beautifier, especially
wghaenoama'~ and we con
bf their stiore. They hav'
la ia freesh stock of goods and
arel~ rpae for the trade, and we
feel ai8dwl give stisfaction.
-- -asbgto. D. C., re
oSailor who served
g the late war,
of this excellent
is already to hand,
unusual care. Devo
othe farm, garden and
is invaluable to all classes
~ierhe hands of all. Thie
talone are worth more
the subscription. Published by
the Orange Judd Co., 751 Broadway,
New York, at $1.50 pers annum. Sub.
scrij*ions'taken at this office.
Some person went to Mr. J. K.
Sebumpert's Friday night and skinned
several beautiful shade tr--es in front of
the house, so that they will very likely
die. This same party also took a cou
ple of gates off their hinges and car
ried them off some distance, and break
This party is a candidate'Yor the pen-.
itentiary, and if found out he will be
pretty apt to get there.
A New Street Wanted.
The residents of that portion of New
berry known as Brooklyn are anxious
that a new street should be opened from
the front of Mr. Coppock's lot to the
Market. Some of the owners of the
property through which the new street
would pass have made very liberal pro
positions in this matter, and it is hoped
that the street will be opened. It
would prove a great convenience to a
large number of ouir citizens.
Fare to the Cowpenis Centennial.
Capt. Mazyek received the following
dispatch yesterday from Mr. Jabez Nor
ton, Jr., the General Ticket Agent of
theC. &G.RE. R., in reference to the
celebration at Spartanburg the 11th in
Arrived safely and stored
I away at PELHAM'S DRUG
STORE, 20,000 lbs. ICE, which will be
sold at extremely low prices. it.
Among the Many Railroad
Rumors that reach us is one to the
effect that a line is projected from
Monroe, N. C., to Newberry, S. C.,
and beyond. We do net know any of
the details, but the report is that a pro
position or suggestion comes from the
Raleigh & Augusta Airline to the Caro
lina Central to join the former com
pany in building this road. Without
an extension of some kind, it really ap
pears that the line of railway from
Raleigh to Hamlet will do a very small
Cte ar had his Brutus, Charles the
First his Cromwell, and every cough and
cold in this country will find a conquer
or in Coussens' Honey of Tar, the unri
valled cough medicine. Price 50c.
For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham. e.o.w.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
The May Number presents an ex
celient display of Articles, Stories
Poems, etc. etc. The contents are ex
ceedingly varied, and will be found
nost entertaining and instructive. The
leading article is by George Alfred
Townsend, entitled 'President Garfield
and his Cabinet,' with eleven excellent
illustrations. Among the other pro
fusely illustrated articles are 'The Last
Conquest of Peru'; an original sketch
of travel by August Loeber, entitled
'The Fat-tailed- or Broad-tailed Sheep';
'Hanging Highways.' descriptive of
primitive and modern suspension
bridges, by Arthur V. Abbott; 'Optical
Illusions,' by Conrad W. Cooke-etc.
etc. In the department of fiction are a
continuation of Benedict's great serial;
'A Late Remorse'; a remarkable tale
of Old Japan, entitled 'Covetousness is
the Fountain of Death'; - and short
stories by popular writers. Mr. Thomas
Powell, Louise Chandler Moulton,
John Sheehan and others contribute
some admirable poems. The miscellany
embraces all sorts of sujects-interest
ing amusing, and instructive. There
are 128 quarto pages,representing every
department of literature, and with em
bellishments in the best style of art.
The subscription is $3 a year; single
copy 25 cents, sent postpaid. Address,
Frank Leslie's Publishing House, 53,55
and 57 Park Place, New ork.
Dispute the Point.
'"I declare, John, I never saw such a
man! You are always getting some
new wrinkle." And the brute calmly
replied: "Matilda, you are not, thank
fortune. If you had a new wrinkle you
would have no place' to put it, dear."
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, the china
and crockery dealers of Columbia, dis
pute this point and take pleasure in say
ing that they have many new wrinkles,
particularly adapted to the ladies, ad
of such a character that they will find
no difficulty in putting ther, in the right
AUGUsTA, Ga., Aug. 11, 1880.
Mr. SAM'L H. SHEPARID:
Dear sir-Permit me to thank you for
advising me to take HILL'S HEPATIC
PANACEA. I took it as you directed, and
was entirely relieved from a severe head.
ache and general .depression, that caused
me to fear a spell of sickness. It is a good
Prop'r Arnoid's Globe Hotel.
grFor sale to the trade by W. H.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
Pelham. . .16-hn.
WAWtEr, Ewmus Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: Whileattending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Corine on my leg. it being afected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is:a success, forlI have had
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Curine, which has
cured a remarkable bad case; Wishing
you success, Lam yours esetfly
For sale by Dr. W. E. PEUIaw. 50-1y
THOMPsONC, Dentist, opposite Herald offce
Liens fo~r Sale.
Blank Liens for suppilies and for rent,
for sale at this offiee. ,
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula
Star Carine cures all chromac Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it.is too
ate and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
Syrup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
of Moore's Southern Business IUniversi
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify that
I have used Dr. Cheney's Espectorant
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
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
HRaAw Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
hrse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and anx*etv.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERAW BOOK S'TORE.
When You Make Your Purchases
Try some 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 consiaer
t 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. KIMBA LL, Enosburgh Falls,
March 30th, 1880."
Nov. 24. 48-6m.
Mrs. Partington says she
don't understand why anybody
should want whiskey these hot times
when they can get cool and delicious
SODA WATER at PELHAM'S for 5
cents a glass. It.
Maybin & Tarrant
Advertise fresh Drugs and Chemicals
this week, and many first class reliable
preparations, among othef-s one which
will grow at onee into popular favor
the Tropic-Fruit Laxative. It is all
that is said of it. Give these gentlemen
Houseal and the Visitor.
As before announced the Visitor has
been removed to Newberry, where it
should have been long ago, and is pub- i
lished by our young friend and skillful
typo Mr. W. P. Houseal. The publica
tion of this paper could not have fallen
into better hands, Mr. H. being a prac
tical printer of taste and backed with a
considerable portion of energy; he is be
sides wedded to his profession, and
without a stick and rule in his hands
would be far from happy. We wish
him unbounded success.
Mr. W. H. Blease, of Union, was in.
Mr. Isaac Allen leaves Newberry to
day for his home 'in Tennessee.
Miss Minnie Ruddock, of Charleston,
is in town, the guest of the Misses
Messrs. B. J. Ramage and George t
Gilliland left yesterday for Charleston,
to attend the Floral Fair.
Mr. Lindsay Smith left yesterday for i
his former-home in Lexington, N. C.,
where he proposes to remain.
Col. W. E. Earle and Mr. Williams, y
two Greenville lawye-s, were in New
berry last week on professional business. t
J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., went down i
to Columbia Friday to attend the meet
ing of the Board of Trustees of the S. C.
College of Agriculture.
Another Excursion to Charleston.
The South Carolina Rail Road adver- c
tise an excursion to the city by the sea, h
tickets for which will be placed on sale
from the 2nd of May to the 5th, all be
ing good till Monday. the 9th of May, t
inclusive, the rate from Newberry and t
return being fixed at $5.80, thus afford
ing the man of business or pleasure an r
opportunity, and the last one by the j
way this season, of enjoying the benefit
of a cheap excursion. Children be
tween 6 and 12 will be charged half C
rates; under 6, free, The attractions,
besides the enjoyment of the grand old
city, will be the Floral Fair on the 4th, c
5th and 6th, and a Shooting Tourna
ment at the Washington Race Course.
I'berd will also be excursions to Mag-.
olia Gardens, Sullivan's Island, Fort ~
Sumter and around the Harbor. D)o ~
ot miss an opportunity so fnalof pleas- '
Sniffles-and the Scratch Shirt. t
Our notice of Kinard's -scratch shirt e
last week, has as we supposed it would
brought out Sniffes. He says he has
been looking and longing for some such
luxury ever since the introduction of the
pen-in-the-back vexation. Particular
ly after working in his garden or after
running over town on a hot day trying a
o collect a bill, has this want been felt. t
Nothing hurts a man's feelings so muchi
s the refusal to pay a debt, it's heating
and irritating, and one feels like scratch
ing, and just, too, in the place he can't
get at. 'The wearing of this shirt will
revolutionize society, the male portion
>f it, one can scratch to his heart's con.
tent and the starched front so nicely t
ironed by his wife be none the worse t
for it,-'all that he has to do is to unbut- I
toli a side pocket and insert his hand
and pretend that he is resting that
member on his heart, while his five dig
itals are running in pleasurable riot all
ver and around his breast bone. The
inventor, says Sniffles, deserves a mnon
Warried People Woukd be Happier. t
If home trials were never told to
If they ljissed and made up after s
If household expenses were propor
tioned to receipts.
If they tried to be asagreeable asin
If each would try to be a support and
omfort to the other.
If each remembered the other was a
uman being, not an angel.
If women were as kind to their bus- i
ands as they were to their lovers.
If fuel and provisions were laid in
dring the high tide of summer work.
If both parties remembered that they
aried for worse as well as for bet
If men were~ as thoughtful for their
wves as they were for their sweehearts. i
If there were fewer silks and velvet
street costumes and more plain, tidy
If there were fewer 'please darlings,'
i public, and more common manners
in wrives and husbands would take
ome pleasdre as they go along and
ot degenerate into mere toiling ma
hines. Recreation is necessary to keep
the lipart in its place, and to get along
without a big mistake.
If men would remember that a wo
man can't be always smiling who has
to cook the dinner, answver the door-bell
half a dozen times, and get rid of a
neighbor who has dropped in, tend to a
sick baby, tie up the cut finger of a
two-year-old, gather up the playthings
of a four-year-old, tie up the head of a
six-year-old on skates, and get an
eight-year-old ready for school, to say
nothing of sweeping cleaning, etc. A I
woman with all this to contend with 1
may claim it as a privilege, to look and t
feel a little tired sometimes, and a t
word of sympathy would net be too I
much to expect from the man, who
during the honeymoon wouldn't let
her carry as much as a sunshade.
Fsturday Evening Mail.
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu-i
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Disease, n a few bottles of these
two es will cure you?
From C. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Jeorgia.-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, about two years age, prescribed
for him his Croup Preventive, which has
most miraculouly cured him. I find it
A white hen in town batched out 12
chickens a few days age, all white but
one, and it was black. The hen imme
diately discarded it; would not let it
follow her or associate with the rest.
This is a case of persecution on account
of color-a Southern outrage-and it is
respectfully referred to Messrs. Hoar d
and Dawes, the distinguished Senators
Col. T. J. Maffett has three turkeys,
i gobbler and two hens. The hens
went to setting Friday, and the gobbler, A
Ending it lonely, went to a setting I
oose, drove her off her nest and took e
ossession. He refused to be ejected.
md the goose eggs having been spoiled c
ie was given a dozen chicken eggs, t
]pon whieh he is now setting. b
darious and all About.
The world's fair-women.
Small grain is looking well.
Cotton is coming up beautifully. s
About six hundred mules have been n
old in Newberry during the sea?on. p
Mr. Theodore Spehl has built a neat t!
>lacksmith shop on his place near town.
The Senior goes to Beaufort to attend L
he Press Convention. His diet will be a
Very few farmers are seen about town g
hese days: they are too busy on their P
April showers have been very scarce,
>ut a delightful one fell to our lot on a
A good farmer is always known by al
he care and attention he bestows on sI
is stock. s<
The Spring calicoes are very beauti- h
ul and our girls look more bewitching
ban ever. .
A number of Newberrians will at- 1
and the Cowpens Celebration at Spar
ug the 11th. F
We are glad to learn that Mr. E. H.
hristian is recovering from his recent
An old o'possum, with nine young W
nes, was killed under Mrs. Bradley's -
ouse a few nights ago. -u
Geo. W. Abney, Esq., has moved in- r<
D the house on Boundary Street next o
: Mr. W. T. Tarrant's. P
The gardens in and around'Newber- ta
y are looking fine, and soon there will
e an abundance of vegetables. tl
There are several beautiful patches i
f Lucerne in town; Mr. Christian has is
ne, and Col. Leavell has another. rE
The coat of green on the lattice work u,
f Mr. Scholta's cottage has added n
reatly to its attraction. 1
The painting, trimming and other
uprovements on Mr. F. Werber's cot- 'a
age shows no little taste. These houses C
efiect credit on the owners. E
Eggs are scarcer than were ever
:nown at this season. What's the mat
er with our Smoky Town chicken rais- c
The stock of Stationery at the HER
14) Book Store is very complete. When L
on want anythinig in this line call ,
here and get it. h,
Our merchants are liberal, or the fare 0:
.t our hotels must be above the average h
o account for the number of Drummers h
rho visit the town. -t
A subscriber at Dead Fall showed us
iaturday a twig full of healthy peaches."
e says the crop is not killed in that
etion by a good deal1. v
These hot days make the rich man
urn his thoughts to the mountains and h
be springs, and the poor man to-a
ien duster and a fan'.s
Newberry is the most delightful inte
ior town in the State; the'men dress b
>etter and the women are prettier than b
an be found elsewhere. t
President Efliot, of Havard, Mary 1L.
ooth, of Harper's .Bazar, and the cook al
f Parker's restaurant, Boston, receive b
he same salary-4,000. st
Mr. Dan'l Stewart, of the New Chap
I section, is preparing to erect a hand
ome residendie after the style of the a
laptist Parsonage in town. t
A large portion of the machinery of A
he Helena Car Shops was carried down ti
ast week to the Charlotte, Columbia & n
ugusta Shops in Columbia. ir
A fashionable girl wants to know whatl 0
ade will be most preferred this sum-b
ner? Well, we think the shade of a
dg elm tree will be popular. i
Quite a large number of colored Bap- ir
ist preachers boarded the down train a:
resterday for Cheraw, to attend their p
tate Association which meets there tI
his week. g
It would be very gratifying to us if a
ubscribers would call and settle as soon
s informed that their subscriptions have te
xpired. There would then be no oc
asion to dun.d
The merchant and his clerk enjoy theb
reshness of the early morning, and 0
dorn door and sidewalk, but in the af- h
ernoon they seek the inside shade toy
~et away from the sun.
We invite attention to the card of
dessrs. Wright & J. W. Coppock. They 1
tave a handsome stock and can fit out ~
Sgentleman or youth in the most ap
>roved style, and at a reasonable cost.,
Mr. G. L. Normann, the architect of I~
he Newberry Hotel, Newberry Opera
louse, in Newberry, the Merchants t
lotel and the Opera House, in Spartan- ~
urg, has moved from Spartanburg to
Would it not be a good idea for the -
nerchants in town to agree to close I
heir stores at 6 or 7 o'clock in the af
ernoon these long days, so as to give
he clerks a chance for a little recrea
ion and rest ?
A black silk parasol with ivory han
le, left in the cars, and which was ta
~en to the rail road office in Columbia, ~
an be had by applying to Capt. Ma
~yck, agent at Newberry, and by pay- -
ng for this notice.
The Market extension has been com
leted, and Newberry now has the best d
narket in the State. In this connection
wve are pleased to note the improved s
luaity of beef that has been sold for a:e
week or two past. ti
Whn*eNweryra n h
WengtneNwry road arebuldCe the l1
eoretlant rod areout Chesteriwil
[ethCtla fSo ter Ca rol .
Ye;anChe heskes fallrte.l.
Yes;h laks. tesie alel
:at c C aus. Pesdnto teC
M Wr. cagn, Pvresidentr rlof h .ad
ast. He is fixed up comfortably, an
s better prepared to do justice to hi
-lients than ever before.
The finny tribe are either getting t
>e beautifully less, o- losing their tast
or angle worms, as Messrs. Scott, Mc
Jaughrin and Kings:more met with in
lifferent success on last Thursday. Thi
ny was much enjoyed, however.
The granite that is being put into thi
)pera House %ome3 from the quarr!
ear Mr. Rikard's, two miles from town
nd is of very superior quality. Thi
ieces are very large; one piece weigh
d before dressing 5,300 pounds.
We understand that Nathan Brown
olored, who was convicted at the lis
rm of the Court of Sessions for New
erry and sentenced to the penitentiarj
yr - years, escaped from a phosphati
iine near Summerville recently, and is
till at large.
Albert and Edgar Sligh, two young
irmers, are using a new cottob see<
)wer of their own contrivance ani
iake which beats the old hand drop
ing three to one. We like to see this
shows that our young men have some.
iing in them.
We sympathize with our friend M
. Kinard, whose garden was raided b3
herd of cows last week. Only a few
ays before we walked through thal
arden admiringly, the grape vine
articularly attracting attention. Wt
dvise him to put on a "scratch" shirt
A colored woman from the countr3
pplied to a Trial Justice Friday for A
,arrant against her husband for assaull
ad battery. She brought with her
bout one-third of a couple of walking
Icks; the remairing two-thirds she
iys was worn out upon her body b
WOMAN s WORK.
onday's work is to wash, apace; %
nesday's work is to iron, with grace;
'ednesday's work is :o bake and sew,
Liursday's work is to clean-for show;
-iday's work is to sweep, dust and brush;
Lturday's work is to cook-with a rush;
ie next then comes is the Sabbath day,
ad then she's too tired to rest or to pray.
There is a general impression that
hen the Car Shops are moved from
elena the land on which they are lo
ited will pass out of possession of the
il road. This is a mistake; the road
vns the land-18 acres-in fee simple;
archased it from Thos. H. Pope's es
te in 1852 for $30 per acre.
Our two-and-a-balf year old says lit
e Mary T. told him that he was bald
.aded, she having been told that she
as hard-headed. Claude is naturally
dignant. The same chap, while sick
cently, heard the doctor forbid the
se of solid food ; when he began tc
end he asked hiE. mother to give him
Rev. Jno. Stout. of Society Hill, whc
as Pastor of the Newberry Baptist
urch a few years ago, and Rev. T. P.
eli, of Anderson, have tendered their
rvices to the Baptist Board of Foreigi
[iions. Their siervices have been ac
pted, and they have been assign4d tc
hina. They will leave for China ix
Qur honored friend Cr~ews, of the
aurensville .Herald, is qu.iite a traveler;
'eek before last he went to Charleston
st week he went to the Grand Lodge
SGood Temiplars at Sumter; this weel
s goes to Florida; and be will har dly
ave time to settle down before he starts
Topeka, Kansas, as a delegate to the
.W. Grand Lodge of Good Templars,
~hih meets the fourth Tuesday in May.
Mrs. John Blats left yesterday for
sit to Newberry, S. C., and our effi
ent foreman is going around with
ce on him as long as a yard stick and
is eyes so full of unshed tears that hi
in hardly tell a hair-spaice from a side
ic.-Gainesville, (Ga.,) Eagle.
We heartily ssmpathize with John,
ut hardly think his case is so deplora
le. At the same time we congratulati
le lady's Newberry friends.
Riding in the country a few days-ago,
r aged oak was pointed out to us as
aving an interesting hi:,tory. The oal
ands to the right of the road leading
om Mrs. M. E. Herbert's place to New
hapel Church, seven miles fronm town,
aid is in sight gf Mrs. H.'s house. The
adition is that forty or fifty years agt
number of car penters traveling fron)
ugusta to Newberry stopped under
xis oak to eat their dinner. One of the
umber, no doubt with a grateful feel
ag of rest be.neath its shade, said to the
hers that when he die d he desired tc
e buried under that oak. The party
rme on to New berry, and went to worn
ibuilding. Not long afterwards the
irpeuter who had expressed the wish
Sregard to his burial fell from a housi
aid was killed. His comrades, in com
liance with hiis wish, carried him tc
xe oak tree and there buried him. The
rave is marked by a stone at the head
ad foot. _ _ _ _ _
Sallie Spriggins, one of our;rural sis
rs, had her picture taken the othe'
ay, and the likeness was wonderful t<
ehold, but no remedy like Portaline
r Tfabler's Vegetable Liver Powdel
as ever been prepared. It will cur<
o. Price 50c. For sale by Dr. W
CE! ICE!! ICE!!!
A large supply of PURE LAKE ICE a]
ays on hand, at 11- to 2c. a lb. No charge
r packing country orders amounting t<
0 los. Hours for delivery on Suuday,
>9 A. M., 12.30 to 1.30 and 6.30 to '7 3(
.M. No variE.tion from this rule excep:
cases of sickness.
A. C. JONES.
A pr. 27, 17i-tf.
arness, Saddles, &c,
Single and Double Buggy Harness.
Single and Double Ca.rriage Harness.
Single and Double Wagon Harness.
Kentucky and other popular Saddles.
Whips, Collars, Saddle Cloths, &c.
Made to order, just received, and at low
rices for cash.
At S. P. BOOZER'S
Apr. 13, 15-tt Hardware Store.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons indebted~ to John L. Lyles
sceased, will make payment to my attor
ey, M. A. Garlisle, Esq , at Newberry C.H.
C, and all persons holding demands o1
aims against John L. Lyles will presen1
sem to my said attcrney, duly probated
a or hblore the 1st day of June A. D
$81. FRANCIS G. LYLES,
Admi'r of John L. Lyles, deceased.
Newberry, S. C., April 9th, 1881. 15 5t
D. W. WATERS,
is -__ _ _
NEWBERRY, S. C., May 3, 1881
o Ordinary...... .................... 6 a SQ
e Good Ordinary..................... 8;a Sb
Low Middling..................... 9ta 9$
Middling ......................... a 9j
Good Middling ..................... a10
e Dull and depressed.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MAR'TIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New...... 61 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.... 8
Sides. C. R., New............ a 10
t DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New......... 7
Sides, C. R., New........... a 10
Sides, Long Clear........... a 10
Uncanvassed Hams........ 12
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia; 15
Leaf, in Tierces ............. 12
r Leaf, in Buckets............. 121
Crushed...... ....... 14
Granulated Standard..... .. 121a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 1G
Yellow....................... 10 S
New Orleans................... 10
- New Orleans Syrup... 75 ( a
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses........ 60
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson................. 1.50
Roasted or Parched...... 25
Best Rio.................... 25a
Good Rio................. 20a
Cider Vinegar......... -50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted..........A... . 90
SOAP. .. ........................ 5a 10
STARCH... ................... 6a 12 >
STAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per bbl...............6.00a10.00
PEARL O IY..................3
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.....................4.50
ARROW TIES, per bunch...........2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb.......20
RED OATS-per 1 ......... a
A nice assortment of (ROCKERY apd
GLASSWARE just received and for sale by , C
W11v TP WRGT,
Who til ha ony afewof hos CHAP5
3TOVE lef. Cal quik ifyo 0a10o.
Who til cotinus t cary o th T3
BUSIESS n al it brnche, ad keps0
Tinwar and toves
Noieo inaelaneous.en an
mAne anlSettlment of CRheKEstat and
WilASWAE ju redeceaved, n forse ProC
the ostelsonlfe of thdyose MCy Et,
andVE imeitel thafltuickppfyo a Fi-.
Who Dsharg asontinsrto r of the perIN
BsNESS esaeoin llia branched, dkees-a
Asl Ainisrto fth satofWfla
all the RiN , UTTEINGandethe
cNeaffor i. C M,Ar 3, 4-y.
CotanigalIdxo Disages hc
givesuth stome carder, Jaob the best
teaten, o Esqure a tale givingballfo the 1
pountyp drug uNederry Sothe horoli, with
makradina dsetleffet and atide Estaen of
poisonaE tD. Reid,a denrav,ingthefPro
baeteth aor different ages wi0 r'clesi
tforengoona of the horse;o Mand otert
valuDsable aAdinfomaio. at r and gth cper-.
Fosal diiatoro hsaeo ila
E.uD. Rei, decease.
few erred.. in Neeril y1$. 145
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Oainids-flu "Ine sufDie-ad allc
pricipl dugsuse frihes. re wt h
ordiare, riect,amndnit whihsabeai
pofon; tabne oft GANIT PAngravn.o h
Pars andt adffer age,ritiruge s
valabe mor arity. l ande oy
Bos, lAuer and Potte taever befriing
ery myfstoc in ewele.
HERALOD BOO STORE d
BuY lin ofLGANK BOOKR
Fapr and Ard fOr Accintng,
NlEW5P. LTOF GTT
AS HOORLD BOOK SR. i
25ks Cet and .AbUms,warrii
AND BE SURE To GET IT U
AT THE HERALD B00K STORE.
% nante and Unward.
.1'ew S .'i.el
HAS JUST RECEIVED the
Largest and Most C(
hat has ever been in the State, and
LT PRICES TO SUE
Suits of Middlesex Flannel at $12.50.
Men's Cheviot Suits ALL WOOL Guaranteed at
Youth's Suits $3.50 to $10,00.
Boys' Suits $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to $15.00.
ALSO, a Fine Stock of TAYLOR'S CELEBR
ades of Silver, Tan, Chocolate and White.
I have added a stock of FINE SHOJ
entleman's outfit. Guaranteed not to rip or br(
Tis with Involuntary Feeliz
on the Vast Fields of P2
Patieutly the ]Results
DRY GOODS I
10.000 yards Fancy Spring Prints, Cambrics an
3,500 yards Bleaching.
10-4 Brown and Bleach Sheeting.
OUR NOVELTIES IN
ARE DESTINED TO CREATI
10 Pieces Brocaded and Double-width Plaids ft
15 Pieces Plaid Dress Goods.
2,500 Yards Fancy Dress Goods.
Victoria, Lattice and Figured Lawns.
We would say to the people that we have on ham
ver brought to the city.
adies' Silk Ties. Le.die.
adies' Lace Ties. I Gents'
Ladies' Silk Mit
A full line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's KID GLO'
300 Pieces Ribbon, from 5c. to 50c. per yard.
500 Gross Fancy Buttons, trom 5c. to 50c, per do
625 Dozen Ladies' and Misses' Fancy Hose.
200 Dozen Ladies' and Misses' White and Balbr
150 Dozen Gents' Fancy and British Half Hose,
100 Dozen Ladies' and Gents' Linen Collars.
25 Dozen Ladies' and Gents' Linen Cuffs.
23 Dozen Ladies' Corsets, from 25c. to $1.50.
4,000 Yards Hamburg Edging, from 25c. to $1.35
450 Yards Swiss Edging.
500 Pieces Lace, from 1c. per bunch to 50c. p
A beautiful line ot Ladies', Misses' and Children'
Agr We would invite all who visit the city to cal
Nia Polite and courteous attention given to eve
A pr. 6, 14-tf.]
Iatches, Clocks, Jewelry. I
MATiES1AN JEWVELRY e
At the New Store on Hotel Lot. ,
I have now on hand a large and elegant 0
VATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
IOHN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASEE,
WEDDING AND BIRTHlDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to. -
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices'
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
L. B. LEONARD,
Wines, Liquors, Segars
Respectfully informs the public that his
ock is full and complete in all lines.
thoice Goods, Low Prices,
fai Street, Newberry, S. C.
Nov. 24 48 tf
loice of F/inal Settlement and
I will make a final settlement on the es- 0
ste of Frederick Boozer, deceased, in the
robate Gourt for Newberry County, South
!arolina, on the 1 ith day of May z.ext, at*
0 o'clock in the forenoon, and immediate-0
r thereafter will apply for a final discharge
s Admmistrator of sa d estate.
E. P. CH ALMERS,
A pr. 13, 15-5t* A dm'r.Ih
OF FINAL DISCHARGE AND FINAL
(Pursuant to the order of the Probate STR.
udge of Newberry, I will make a final set
lement of the estate of Lucy Simpkinis,
eceased, in the Probate Court for Newber
y, on Monday the 16th day of May next,
t 10 o'clock ini the forenoon, and imme
iately thereafter apply for a final discharg1
s Executor of her last will and testament.
HARRY B. SCOTT, Thi
As Ex. of last will, &c., of Lucy best
Simpkins, deceased. consti
April 9, 1881, 15-5t is
Notice of Final Settlement.Th
I will make a settlement on the Estate ofmost
ohn Henry Stockman, in the Probate robus
'ourt for Newberry County, S. C., on Mon
ay, the 9th day of May, 1881, and imme
iately thereafter apply for a final discharge Mai
s Administrator of said Estate.
EBENEZER P. CHALMERS,
March :31st, 1881. 14-St.
To be published by subscription, a vol- RH(
me of short
30EMS AND SKETCHES,~
hewlCnw n oua ors o un i
he wel known vean Popul D. Coro - RO
dent of "ThR NEWBERRY H1~RALD" A~O
IING E IPOIIUII
A, S. C..
)mplete Stock of
L THE TIMES!
ATED STRAW HATS. Manillas in
S the article found to complete a
ak. If they do, will be replaced by
Apr. 13, 15 tf.
gs of Awe we Look
ttrouage A waiting
of Our Labor.
LAWNS. LAWN S
d the largest stock of FANCY GOODS
' Silk Handkerchiefs.
7ES, every pair warranted.
b c. to 75e. per pair.
s FINE SHOES, every pair warranted.
ry visito whetherpurchaser or not.
B. HI. CLINE & CO.
ianos an4 Organs.
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)SCOFORLATE AND GU
ring purchased the right for this
~y for the manufacture and sale of
)ES' COTTON PLANTER AND GU
DIRTRLBUTOR. a first class standard