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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 188]
INDEX TO NEw ADvERTISEMENTS.
Jno. K. Nance-Auditor's Notice.
The Singer Manufacturing Co.-Free t
S. U. & C., and A. & S. R. R'ds.-"hang,
J. N. Martin & Co.-Damaged Corn
Jno. B. Carwile-Report of the Conditiol
of the National Bank of Newberry: S. C.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives...... .....12 55 P N
Up mail closes at................12 25 P .
Down Train arrives ........... 3 51 P MI
Down mail closes at............. 3 25 P 31
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 00 A 3
Laurens Train leaves... ........ 4 00 P M
Laurens mail closes at..... ...3 25 P
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C,, May 16, 1681.
A Bequest to Newberry College.
Mrs. Caroline A. Sifley, who died in
Charleston recently, left a legacy of
$400 to Newberrr College.
1 Soda Water, the most e!egant
summer drink when well made, can be
had at Pelham's Drug Store, for a nickel
a glass. I t
Miss Hennie L. Boozer, daughter of
Mr. Henry D. Boozer, takes first honor
of the graduating class at Walhalla Fe
Ice Cream and Strawberries, with
music and other entertainments, under
the auspices ofNewberry Juvenile Te
pie, No. 2, Friday, 27th, at their Hall.
Ebbie Sober, seventeen years of age.
s6n of Mr. Wade V. Suber, was
drowned while bathing in Bread River
Saturday. 14th instant, near Mr. Thos.
W For Puie and Fresh Drugs and
Medicines, call at Pelham's Drug Store.
A. full stock constantly on hand, em
bracing all the latest remedies. it
The New Bridge
Over Broad River, on the Columbia
& Greenville Rail Road, has been com
pleted; it is an elegant structure, and
cost over $30,000. The change from
the old bridge to the new was made
without the stoppage or delay of a sin
gr New Goods just received at Ed
mard Scholtz's Jewelry Store, which
will be sold at low prices. 20-3t
Was fittingly observed at Newberry.
There was a larger torn out than has
been far several years past. After
prayer by Rev. L. Broaddus, the Con
federate Monument was beautifully de
corated; the Cemetery was then visited
and flowers were placed on the soldiers'
The Clinton Sunday School Celebration
Saturday was a big affair. The at
tendance was large, and the exercises
entertaining. Two carlogtis of people
went up on a special tramn from e w
Iaerry. Addresses were delivered by
Bev. James Y. Fair, of Laurens, Pro
fessors Cromer and Sale, of Newberry
Coillege, and N. J. Holmes, Esq., of
Laurens. The picnic dinoer was a
pleasantfeature of the day.
Tne Presbyterian Sunday School of
this place donated $30 to the Orphan
age, the proceeds of their excursion.
The Knights of the Golden Cross,
Is th3e name of a new order in process
of establishment in Newberry. It is
similar in most respects to the Knights
of Honor, having the insurance,.feature,
running all the way from $500 to $10,
000. One feature that distinguishes this
order from all others of the mutual in
surance kind is that it requires of its
members total abstinence from intoxi
cating drinks. This order admits wo
mnen as well as men. About thirty per
sons in town have signified their inten
tion to join as charter members, and an
organization will be effected shortly.
tlewberry (Lutheran) Conference.
i'his body will mnet at Mt. Pilgrim
Church on Friday before the 5th Sun
day of this month. Rev. J. D. Shirey
is to pc the opening sermon; alter
nate Rev. J1. A. Sligh. Sermon on
"Church Beneficence" to be preached
Sunday morning by Rev. H, S. Wing
ard; Rev. G. WV. Holland alternate.
Revs. S. S. Rahn and S. P. Hughes will
deliver addresses to the Sun day School.
The question, "How can we strengthen
our Church government? will be dis
cussed by Revs. Shirey, Sligh and Hol
'"j Don't Want that Stuff,"
Is what a lady of Boston said to her
husband when he brought home some
medicine to cure her of sick headache
. and neuralgia which had made her
miserable for fourteen years. At the
first attack~ thereafter, it was adminis
tercd to her with sach good results,
that she continued its use until eared,
and made so enthusiastic in its praise,
that she induced twenty-two of the best
families in her circle to adopt it as their
regular family medicine. That "stuff"
is Hop Bitters."-&6andard.
The Father of his Country.
Two small boys passing through the
State House; statue of Washington in
'view. First boy: Who is that ? Second
boy: The grandfather of his country.
c/a beat that. In 1868, a while
su mc was established
in the-State and when the carpet-bag
ger, the scallawag, and tbe negro were
,bolding high carnival in Columbia a
.citizen of Spartanburg County visited
.the State House. In seeing the "sights"
;he came upon the bronze statue of the
father of his country. Being told who
it was, he said: "These d-d radicals
are trying to make out that Washingtori
was a nigger."
.)no. .R. A bney.
Prof. Charles F. Smith, who has re
pently graduated at Leipsic University,
and is now travelhng, thus speaks of
Col. Jno. R. Abney, in a letter from
Rome to the Southzern Christian Advo
Scte: "On Thursday my astonishment
an d joy were anbounded to find regis
edat the Banker's John R. Abney, of
th Carolina. I hunted him up, of
urse, and it is wonderful how much
,.c?hter Tral has become to me since
_ We are glad to see J. K. P. Goggan
Esq., well and out again.
Mr. Joseph Caldwell and his parl
returned Friday from Florida.
Capt. Mazyck and L. W. Simkins
Esq., returned yesterday from the Epi
copal Convention in Charleston.
W- The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
The Newberry Bible Society
Held its annual meeting in the Meth
odist Church Sunday night. In the ab
sence of the President, Rev. G. W. Hol
land, Rev. J. B. Campbell presided
The proceedings were opened witi
prayer by Rev. V. L. Pressly, of Du(
West. Rev. Luther Broaddus deliverec
an interesting and instructive addres:
on the revision of the Bible. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the en
sing year: President, Rev. S. P
Hughes; Vice-President, Rev. E. P
Mc:t;intoek; Secretary and Treasurer,
JZ:u. A. Chapman; Executive Commit
tee, E. P. Chalmers, J. E. Chapman,
R. L. McCaughrin, R. H. Wright, L.
W. Simkins. Jno. R. Leavell, Sr.
jg Ice in abundance-stored away
in 11eolhaui's Ice Cellar-it is selling rap
idly and very cheap. It
It is Well Known to the World
That the United States is more liberal
to its soldiers than any other country on
the face of the globe. Every soldier
who served ninety days or more in the
Union Army during the Rebellion, and
who has an honorable discharge, is en
titled to one hundred and sixty acres of
land, under the homestead laws.
For particulars, address
GILMo1RE & GILMORE,
20-2 Washington, D. C.
The Sunday Magazine for June
Is peculiarly attractive in its literary
and artistic departments, and brilliant
ly closes the ninth semi-annual volume.
It is a publication which should be
found in every household, for its litera
ture is pure and healthy; it is always
vivacious, and edifies while it enter
tains and instructs. The 128 quarto
pages are crowded with good things;
among the most prominent articles are
'Peep at the Mormons'; -Country
Church Architecture,' by Joel Ben
ton; 'Experiences in Australia and
Ceylon,' by Philip Phillips; 'The Mo
dern Sunday-school Movemen t,' by
Charles B. Stout; 'Adoniram Judson.'
by Rt. Rev. W. Pakenham Walsh, D.
D.; 'The Methodist Ecumenical,' by
Rev. 0. H. Tiffany, D. D. The above
are profusely illustrated. 'Out of the
World,' a charming serial, is continued
and there are admirable short stories,
sketches, essays. etc, etc., and poems of
great merit. The miscellany is abund
ant and exceedingly comprehensive.
The Rev. Dr. Deems contributes 'Hard
Places in the Bible.' and 'Tbe Home
Pulpit' contains a sermon, 'Salvation to
the Uttermost,' by the late Rev. WV.
Rudder, D. D. There are also 'The
Invalid's Portion and Thoughts for the
Afflicted,' 'Temperance Talk,' 'Glimpses
at the Religious World,' etc., etc. The
annual subscription is SS, a single copy
25 cents, sent post-free. Address Frank
Leslie's Publishing House, 53, 55 and
57 Park Place, New' York.
NINET'r-SIX, S. C., March 16, 1879.
Dr. L. T. Hill :
Dear Sir-I have been suff'ering for
some time with nervous derangement
of the womachi, caused from indiges
tirn. 1 a ic'd a bottle of your PANACEA,
a.,l am;i fully rcstored. I consider it
one the best medicines I have taken
for muany years.
R. F. MCCASLAN.
E' For sale to the trade by WV. H.
Barrett, Augustai. Ga., and by W. E.
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 nct, thank
fortune. If you had a new wrinkle you
would have no place to p'ut 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, and
of such a character that they will find
no difficulty in putting them in the right
WADL.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 wvar. After hav
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is a success, for I 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, I am yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. WV. E. PELHAM. 50-1y
TiOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald offce
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
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. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheniey's
Expectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son had been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribed
for hitu his Croup Preventive, which has
most miraculously cured him. I find it
equally beneficial in all cases of Coughs.
I consider it a blessing in my family.
Every one should keep it in their houses.
Try Smith's Serofula Syrup for your
blood. It removes all skin eruptions
and will give you a beautiful and clear
complexion. For sale by Dr. WV. E.
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. Rtead the fol
"This certifies that about for two
years I have used in my family the cel
ebrated Palm soap. made by Cramp
Return of the Excursionists.
s, Mr. R. H. Greneker, of the NEeu
I and Mr. Thes. F. Greneker, of th
HERALD, with Mrs. Greneker and Ma<
ter Eugene, returned Thursday fror
their excursion to the "Land of Flow
ers" and alligators. They were al
5 highly delighted with their trip, and ar
firmly persuaded that life is a complet
failure to any man who has not been ti
Eugene brought back a live alligato
with him, which he proposes to tame
- This allig:=tor has all the be:iuty anc
- gracefulness for which the tribe is noted
- He occupies a large cage in rear of tit
HERALD Office, and appears satisfiec
with the situation. He is not as big aE
some alligators, but he will grow. Hi:
favorite diet is little niggers; but he
will eat lightwood knots, Newberry
beef, brickbats, quartz rocks, or almost
anything else that comes handy. It
isn't everybody that has a live alligator,
and Eugene is justly proud of his pet,
and takes great pleasure in showing
him to his friends.
I A "Dry" Town.
The Temperance movement in this
State is finding a decided expression in
the various municipal elections. In a
number of the towns and villages the
issue has been squarely made between
those who favor and those who oppose
license. It was so in the late election
in Prosperity, Newberry county. Af
ter a considerable struggle and a great
deal of hard work the Temperance men
were completely victorious. Prosperi
ty is now one of the most quiet and or
derly towns in the State. No more
lou d swearing on the streets, no more
noisy reeling tipplers disgracing them
selves and making sad the hearts of all
their friends. What a happy change!
"We speak that we do know and
testify that we have seen.' We spent
last Sabbath in the place and found the
good people rejoicing in their victory.
We were told that even the tipplers
from the country went into the move
ment and worked with the temperance
men, so anxious were they to be de
livered from temptation which they
were unable to resist. Let the good
work go on. Let the friends of Tem
perance labor unceasingly. While no
prohibitory law will effectually pre
vent certain persons from getting
whiskey and getting drunk it will have
a decided influence on a large number
who drink just because the bar-room is
open and they are invited to a social
We sea that Geenville proposes to
make the issue in her approaching elec
tion. We hope she may be success
[Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
Saluda Old Town Dots-By the Crape
This classic eity on the banks of the
'Blue" Saluda was visited last week by
a company of foreign capitalists, who
were prospecting for real estate invest
ments. Among the visitors were three
distinguished Judges, whose great learn
ing have made them famous wherever
known; two celebrated lawyers, whose
legal abilities, extensive information
and brilliant eloquence have attracted
attention at many a "Bar"; a well
known and popular executive officer,
and several prominent planters and
physicians. The visit was unannounced ;
but on their arrival they were immedi
ately taken in hand by the hospitable
citizens of the city, and were soon made
to feel at home. Horses and carriages
were placed at their disposal, and the
chief points of interest were visited du
ring the day. Hon. A. K. Tribble, the
efficient Mayor, extended to the distin
guished visitors a hearty and cordial
welcome, and presented them with
"the freedom of the city"-in a black
bottle. Maj. Jno. C. Taylor, the able
representative of the Clyde Syndicate
at this place, exerted, himself success
fully to entertain and please the guests
of the City, and pointed out the great
advantages of Saluda Old Town as a
rail road centre. The visitors left in a
special car, expressing themselves much
pleased with what they had seen.
Saluda Old Town has been found too
long a name for this fast City ; for brev
ity's sake it is abbreviated into S. 0. T.
In the language of Truthful James,
"I shall nlot deny,
In regard tco the same,
What that name might imply."
But your readers should not attach any
significance to this abbreviation; for it
is well known that Saluda Old Town
went "dry", by an overwhelming ma
jority, the 24th day of December, 1880
-along with many other places in the
State. No liquor is sold in the place
except at the drug stores, and then only
upon the certificate of some practicing
physician of good standing.
There is a flourishing Temperance
Society at Saloda Old Town, which in
cludes among its members all the ladies
within the incorporate limits of the City,
and all the men with the exception, of
Saluda Old Town enjoys the distinc
tion of having the boldest and strongest
Mineral Spring. the tallest canes, the
biggest m usqiitos and the handsomest
women in the up country.
The Mineral Spring is too well known
to need any description here or any re
commendation at our hands. Its waters
have been vpry carefully anyalyzed by
Dr. J. N. Lindsay, a celebrated scien
tist, and found to contain some wonder
ful properties. Indeed, it may be safe
ly said that it contains properties never
found in any other mineral spring in
Saluda Old Town is a famous water
ing place. The fashionable season has
not fully opened, but will be inaugura
ted the 1st of June with a Grand Mas
querade Ball in Masonic Temple. Soon
visitors will be fiocking to this noted
health resort, and the hotels, boarding
houses and livery stables are anticipa
ting a lively season and a rich harvest..
In anticipation of the influx of visitors
the City Council have had the Mineral
Spring Park put in first class order;
and its gravelled walks, artificial cas
cades, fountains, &c., present a never
ending attraction to visitors. When
lit up by Edison's Electric Light the
whole scene presents a spectacle rarely
equaled in this section of the country,
and is enchanting beyond description.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and( de
licious blood purifier,. Smith's Serofula
Star Caurine cures all chronic 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
~f M.v~r~ 5~niith~rn Bnsiness P niversi
Various and all About.
, A fine rain Sunday afternoon.
e It is time to part the hair in the m
Even our "I)evil" admits that it
A. C. Jones gets a car load of ice
A shower of rain would be very he
-The average farmer plants cotton
Mr. B. H. Lovelace is ahead on t1
new potato question.
All philosophy lies in two word
'sustain and abstain.'
Love, faith, patience,-the three e
sentials to happy life.
Cotton is growing off finely; a largi
area has been planted this year than ti
Rev. Z. L. White has been cutting u
largely of late-an eighty pound gree
The season for fishing has con
menced, branch minnows will no,
Mr. R. L. McCaughrin has been elec
ed a Director of the Central Nation:
Bank of Columbia.
A party of fishermen caught fort
pounds of fish at the "cut off" on Salud
a few nights ago.
Our sister town, Prosperity, is rapic
ly improving. Her citizens are full c
energy and enterprise.
Dr. J. L. Speake's steam mill is saw
ing lumber in Edgetield County neai
Saluda Old Town Ferry.
The order prohibiting freight train
on the C. & G. R. R. from carryin
passengers has been revoked.
All points on the Greenville an
Laurens roads can get supplies of ic
from A. C. Jones. Just try it.
The breaking up of the Helena Ca
Shops will cut off a big slice of the New
berry trade. It is to be regretted.
We are pleased to know that ou
friend Jas. Larkin now occupies a nev
house, which he has recently built.
If you want to be happy pay you:
debts, particularly what you owe thi
printer. It will make him happy also
There are a great many persons ii
the world who are well enough to g<
to a ball, but too sick to attend a praye
Mr. James Herbert one night las1
week caught eleven fish weighing forti
pounds out of his fish trap near his muil
After June 1st postal cards will bi
absolutely unmailable with anything
hut the adldress on the side intended foi
Mr. J. W. M. Simmons has bought
lot from Dr. Mayer in front of the Pres
byterian Parsonage, upon which he pro
poses to build.
It is suggested that the Town Coun
cil paint the tops of the street lamps
the sun striking them makes a glar4
painful to the eye.
There has been a very marked im
provement in Prosperity since the clos
ing of the bar-rooms. The streets art
far more orderly and quiet.
John sent 60 cents to a firm that ad.
vertised a recipe to prevent bad dreams
He received a slip of paper on whicl
was written, 'Don't go to sleep.'
We saw a two hundred pound wo
man hanging to a hundred pound mar
a few days ago, and thought the thing
should be reversed. He did not lool
Newberry was largely represented at
the Cowpens Celebration. The visitors
returned Thursday delighted with their
trip and eloquent in praise of Spartan
A colored man was convicted before
Trial Justice Carlisle Wednesday for
iring a laborer under contract with
another, and sentenced to pay a flne o.
$25 or go to jail for thirty days.
The signs indicate that Messrs. May
bin & Tarrant, dri.ggists, are prepared
to attend to all wants in their line.
Teir signs are to be seen on highways
and byways, and in the HERtALD.
The prescription case of Messrs. May.
bin & Tarrant displays great taste. It
is entirely new-that is the bottles and
jars-all of them being large and hand.
some, and filled with fresh prepara.
A. C. Jones got an order for six bun
dred and fifty pounds of ice for the Sun.
day School Celebration at Clinton Sat.
urday, which he filled. The managers
were determined that everybody should
The public are cordially invited to
call and see the live Alligator brought
from Florida, and now on exhibition at
the H ERALD Office. The curious are
warned, however, not to go too near
Cxear 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.
At the recent Junior Exhibition at
Erskine College our young friend W.
C. Brown, of Newberry, delivered an
original speech on the subject of "Wo.
man Suffrage." We are not informed
whether he took the affirmative or neg.
ative of the subject.
Some of the notices sent to subscri.
bers last week have been responded to,
but many have not. We know that
money is scarce at this season, but it is
harder on the publisher than the sub
scriber. We cannot print the HERALD
without money, and the? fore ask that
remittances be made pre:updly.
The hay in a cow house belonging tc
the Methodist Parsonage and in reauf
the Methodist Church, caught fire Wed
nesdaty. When discovered the fire was
growing rapidly, and had already con
sumed a bale of hay. It was extin
guished with a few buckets of water.
It is not known how the fire originated.
A few days ago a negro man went tc
Mr. Theodore Spehl's and sold him
doZen eggs. Mrs. S. boiled the eggs
for' breakfast next morning. Whet
opened each one contained a chicken,
nearly ready to be hatched. This re
middMs-.o erstighn h
wnte Mrs. and fofn hat hen egs se
ge-sheu ad oudght the eggs coer
anno-cha hnd hanght them and cooked
to the State Commissioner of Agrici
ture. He referred the matter to t
. Attorney-General for decision.
A walk through the Car Shops
. Helena with Superintendent Parrish r
is vealed considerable activity and wo
going on there. A part of the machin
to- 1 ry has been carried to the Charlott
Columbia and Augusta R. IL. Shops
Colnmbia, and the force at IIelena i:
1e- been reduced in consequence, sixtet
I of the workmen having been dischargE
to last week for want of work to do. W
hope the eflort to re-establish Car Slol
at Helena on a safe and independei
?e basis will succeed.
The Charleston ..w. u Couric
says: "Among the many railroad rt
mors is one to the effect that a line
s- projected from Monroe, N. C., to Ne:c
berry, in this State, and beyond thr
The Virginia Midland extensio
ie should be through Union, Newherr
and Edgefield, to Augusta. It woul
p be the shortest line to the sea, an
n would run through the best portion c
South Carolina. It is the misfortune c
Newberry to have no p:rominent.and in
fluential citizens who seem to care :
"fig" for her prosperity.
t- Tuesday evening about night a larg
fire and stnoke were seen in the direc
tion of Prosperity. The next morninr
there was an illustration of "the thre
Y black crows". Some one, speaking o
a the fire, said "it looked like it wigh
have been a house burning in Prosperi
ty"; another who heard this went of
and said that "a house was burned dowx
in Prosperity, last night"; the next re,
port was that "the town of Prosperit3
was burned down last; night", and thi:
,r report obtained general currency an
belief. Investigation proved that a pili
s of brush was burned about three toile,
r from Newberry in the direction of Pros
Sallie Spriggins, one of our:rural sis
ters, had her pictu.:e taken the othei
day, and the likeness was wonderful tc
. behold, but no remedy like Port!line,
or Tabler's Vegetable Liver Pcwdei
r has ever been prepared. It will cure
r you. Price 50e. For sale by Dr. W
E. Pelham. e.c.w.
r. - - -- -
1 NEWBERRY, S. C., May 17, 1881.
Ordinary.......................... 5 a 8
Good Ordinary..................... 8 a 81
Low Middling...................... S}a 91
Middling .......................... a 94
Good Middling ..................... a 9;
Dull and depressed.
1 Newberry Prices Current.
SBy J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... 63 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured. 8
Sides, C. R., New............ a 103
-DRY SALTED MEA TS
- Shoulders, Ne w........... 7
Sides, C. R., N~ew...........a IC
Sides, Long Clear........... a I0
Uncanvassed EIams......... 12
Canvassed Hams, (Map nolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces...........14
Leaf,in Buckets............ 15
-Powder:ed.......... ...... 18
Crushed............ ...... 14
Granulated Standard. ... ...12a
Extra C.................. 11
Coffee C............... 1G
-New Orleans............... 10
I New Orleans Sy,rup... 7
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses......... 60
TEA-Sugar House M olasses. 37
Youug Hyson............ ...1.50
Roasted or Parch-ad... 25
Best Rio................. 25a
Good4 Rio.............. 20a
Cider Vinegar. ....... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65.
Bolted.. ............... ... 95
SOAP........................... 5a 10
STARCH......................... 6a 12
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl................ 6.00a10.00
CANDY ......................... 20
CONCENTRATED LYE......... . 10
ENG L'Su 'SODA.. ....... ...... .10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE............... .. 1
TOBACCO.................. .....60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg.................. 4.50
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 2 50
RED CLOVER SEED--per lb...20
RED OATS-per hu.............. a
TIMOTHY HAY................... .2 00
STATE OF MTEUf CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
J. F. Gist, as Judge of Probate,
Dorsay L. Gary.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
in the above stated cas , I will sell, at New
berry Court House, (in the First Mon:ey
(Sale day) in Juine, A. D. 1881, at public
outcry, to the highest nidder, all that tract
or plantation of land situate in said County,
containing One Thousind Acres, more or
less, and bsounded by lands of Mrs. Eliza
beth Summer, John WallaLce and Robert G.
Wallace, Mrs. Eliz.tbeth Whitmian and oth
ers. Also. Six Bales of Cotton. Levied
on as the property of Dorsay L Gary.
TERMS-CaSh. Purchaser to pay for ra
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
May 14th, 20O, 3t
If you are a man If you are a
-of business.weak- ma of let
-ened by the strain of terstoillng over
your duties avoid night work. to rs
stimulants a-a d us ae tore brain nerve and
Hop Bitters. walste, use Hop B.
If you are yroung and suffering from any in
discretion or dissipa tion ; if you are mar-.
ried or ~single, old or young, suffering from
poorhealth orlanush ing ou a bEd of sick
ness, rely onHopBitterse
Whoever y ou are Thousands die an
whenever y ou feet . nually f r om some
that y our system form ofK
needls cleansing, ton. disease that t
ing or stir2uiatinlg have been prevene
without intoxicating, by a timely use of
tak e H op ,.'HOpBitters
Have you futs- .' "
- I -.m D.,. C.
plaint, disase is an absolute
of the'stomach. tand irresista
bowels, blcodblcur fo
liver orncrecs duke n e ss,
You win be use of opium
cured if youuse -tobac co, or
Hop Bitters narcs.
Iyouars - -a-soldbydlrug
y w e ak adgists. ser.dfor
f rtandr NEVER Circular.
m t na y HOP BITIEEs
i i save.d hun- 'P Co.,.
dsvdhue Boehe:tr z.Y
Ded. _WA TrSat,.
' D.TW. WATER,
11- Drugs Fancy rticles.
a FRESH STOCK
", 1flfl,,GjIis MEBICINEN,
JUST RECEIVED AT
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
y RELIABLE PREPARATIONS.
:1 Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
f Dr. Mettaur's Headache and Dyspepsia
- Iron Tonic Bitters.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
S. S. S.
Pels' Corn Solvent.
- Hill's Hepatic Panacea.
Carboline, for the hair.
3 Full line of Patent Medicines.
f At MAYBIN & TARRANT'S.
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes.
Toil-t Powder, Pomades.
I Toilet Soaps, &c., &c.
At MAYBiN & TARRANT'S.
Nature's Sovereign Remedy for Constipation
and all Kindred Ailments.
Tropic-Fruit Laxative, unlike the usua1
Remedies, is pleasant to take, and may be
relied on for positive results in any ener
For sale at
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S.
May 4, 18-tf.
Dry Goods and .wotions.
The Leaders in Small Thiogs
L OW PRICE!
We have added this week about
more or less, of
NEI[ TYES OF PRPM,
and the much admired
In all styles'-and patterns, with a full line of
Ladies' and Misses'
Gloves and Hosiery.
In fact we intend to
Close Out Our Entire Stock
of Goods at Just a Little
ABOVE C OST.
We are now selling our stock of
At and Below Cost.
C AL L QUICK, at
Mixy 4, 18-t f.
SPARTANBURlG_CD., S. C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated Water
ing Place respectfully announce that it w~i
be opened this Season on the 1st of May,
under the same management as last year.
TERMS OF BOARD.
Per day................... 2 00
Per week. ................. 12 0)
Per week for 2 weeks........10 00
Per week for :1 weeks......... 9 00
Per week for 4 weeks.........8 00
Cottages to Rent-per tenement-of .3'
roonms-for the Season, $30.00u; Whole
Cottages-6 rooms-for the Season,
g Special attention given to shipping
the Water. The Springs can be reached
from Spartanburg at lowest rates hy Hacks.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
May 11, 19-tf Proprietors.
ICE OREAM!! ~
ICE CREAM, pure and well flavored, 3
from 10 o'clock in the morning until 10)
o'clock at night. Orders for home use,
parties, &c., promptly attended to
At A. C. JONES'
Ice Cream Salooo, Main Street.
A pr. 27, 17-t f.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, f
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Win. Langford and Geo. A. Langford, ,
Ex'ors., Plaintiffs, vs. Spencer P. Baird, e
By order of the Court herein, dated ]5th
February, 18S1, I will sell, at public auc
tion, before the Court House, at Newberry,
on the first Monday (th day) in June, (
1 881, "'all that lot of land (the property :.fS
''hIo -lefen d-o t), ly ing in th Tow of New
"berr, in the said Gountyv .uni st ate, con-j
"taining Five linnred and I-orty-four
"Square Yards, more or less, fronting on
"Pratt Street, and otherwise bounded by
'lands of estate of 0. 31. Harris, deceased,
"lands formerly owned by Julius B. Smith,
"and Carnile Street,"
T~ue-Thp t~..r *r~.~' wiI~ r.~ rp..nirpd I
There is now in Stock at te O!d and. Noted House,
Shiver's Corner, iu Coiiiibia, S. C.,
A Full, Fresh and Complete Line of
Ladies', Men's and Children's Shoes,
CARPETS, MATTIFGS, OIL CLOTHS,
These goods were purchased under favor.:t!e auspices by an experienced buyer, and
are OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR PICES. Try them.
C. BOUKN1IT. EX'OR. ? CO.
May 11, 19-tf.
'Tis with In-oluntary Feelings of Awe we Look
on the Vast Fields of Patron:age Awaiting -
Patiently the Resiilt of Oui Labor.
OUR SPRING OPENING
DRY &OOPE EMPORUMJ
B. H.CLINE & Co.
10.000 yards Fancy Spring Prints, Cambrics and Percales.
';.50 yards Bleaching.
104 Brown and Bleach Sheeting.
OUR NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS
ARE DESTINED TO CREATE A SENSATION.
10 Pieces Brocaded and Double-width Plaids for Trimmings.
15 Pieces Plaid Dress Goods.
2,500 Yards Fancy Dress Goods.
LAWNS. L AWNS. L AWNS. LAWNS.
Victoria, Lattice and Figured Lawns.
We would say to the people that we have ou hand the largest stock of FANCY GOODS
ever brought to the city.
Ladies' Silk Ties. La.dies' Silk Handkerchiefs.
Ladies' Lace Ties. Gents' Silk Hiandkerchiefs.
Ladies' Silk Mitts.
A full line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's KID GLOVES, every pair warranted.
300 Pieces Ribbon, from 5c. to 50c. per yard.
500 Gross Fancy Buttons. trom S, to Sc. per dozen.
625 Dozen Ladies' and Misses' Fancy Hose.
2o0 Dozen Ladies' and Misses' White and 11albriggan Hose.
150 Dozen Geuts' Fancy and British Half Hose, 10c. to 75c. per pair.
100 Dozen Ladies' and Gents' Linen Collars.
25 Dozen Ladies' and Gents' Linen Cuffs.
ORSETS. CORSETS. CORSETS, OSES
23 Dozen Ladies' Corsets, from 250. to $1.50.
4,000 Yards Hamburg Edging, trom 25c. to $1.35 per yard.
450 Yards Swiss Edging.
500 Pieces Lace, from 10c. per bunch to 50c. per yard.
A beautiful line or Ladies', Misses' and CiUdren's FINE SHOES, every pair warranted.
Ai We would invite all who visit the city to call and examine our stock.
:Ei Polite and courteous attention given to every visitor whether purchaser or not.
A pr. 6, 14-tf, B. H. CLINE & CO.
Clothing.Pans zn Ora .
TH ECIALTY Y _ IN
6ATS H A SIH T
senlermens allhs kinds 0
TRUNTS, VALISVE1S, UDR TJARS, S(K..-~N
In shrt eltr andtil, ually colo r a- Ii
irst class Glothing Store, at living prics.o
An examination of our s oek is respect- Z
ully solicited. We guarantee satisfaction
1 all goods sold.
RIGHT & J. WV. COPPOCK. w .
May 4, 18-tf.Aw_ _
For M.e one three-quarter b red GUTERN- ~-~r
EY BULL GA~LF, five m'onths old. ~ '~ ____
Da. JAMES McINTOSH.
A pr. 27, 17- 4t. W
-AND- JUST RECEIVED.
GLASSWARE. THIRTY TONS
A niee assortment of CROCKERY and
~LASS WARE just received and for sale by -OF
W. T. WRIGHT, TIMOTHY HAY.
* * J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Who still has only a few~ of those CH E AP May 4, iS-30.
TOVES left. Call quick it you want one.-_____
Who still contmnues to carry on the TIN T iflnvlnr Hu,Lon Hfrri
USINE4S in all its bran ches, and kesa IJ~ UU WI 000. UUaaV
d line of
['inware and Stoves. A P E RFECT DAISY !
And last, though not least, w~ho will do
1 the ROOFING, GUTTERING and othcr It is a perfect model of
Oi WORK he can get, ju-t as cheap as he STRENGTH,
n afford it. Xiar. a3, 47-ly. NEA TNESS,
NOT IC E. --COM1FORT and
Al oersons are hereby warn ed r.et to DURABILITY!
ire or- harbor Amanda UIarman,. colored' A TMO DERATE COST.
hose nmaiden name was Sheppard),fr*
Sis undecr coat it mh meg for the prs This Bu ggyi construicted of thze very
t ye.ir. P:arties hir mIg 0or n:-i aid~ best select' naterial, and is so perfect in
m anda H armnan t. ul be pr-os cuted to the cntutin(swlla ipe)ta hr
1l extentL of :be Ia.-cntut~ I1QC tli hr
GcODFRh: BARMAN, J
May 11, I03t Nothn oGtOto re
- h thin iso Gete ast tof Oerte
.E 10 ! 10 !!! Thet denscte~s onid, a toenable th i
[CE .o.i~ ! ICIe! e robut dhelteh,nto i tase wiherfe ea~se.~
robast healti, to tr~~et '~tth perfeci. ease
A larcre ~nnnIv l'1 RE LAKE ICE ml- - - -