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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. 1881.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Silas Johnstone-Master's Sale.
Kingsland & Heath-Satisfaction.
Geo. H. Taylor-Lumber for Sale.
G. W. Pearson-Coffee on the Free.
C. & G. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives...... .....12 55 P M
Up mail closes at................ 12 25 PM
Down Train arrives ........... 3 51 P M
Down mail closes at............. 3 25 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 30 A M
Laurens Train leaves... ........ 4 00 P M
Laurens mail closes at.... ... ... 3 25 P M
Office hours from S A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C,, May 16, 1881.
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Prosperity is our authorized agent at
The Dedication Services
Of Ebenezer Church were attended
Sunday by a very large congregation.
SDr.Jno. T. Wightman, of Spartanburg,
preached the sermon.
IIJ. John Alexander, of Columbia,
has our thanks for a copy of the Glas
-gow Weekly .ai which we have found
No Hospital Needed.
- No palatial hospital needed for Hop
Bitters patients, nor large salaried ta.l
lented puffers to tell what Hop Bitters
will do or cure, as they tell their own
story by their certain and absolute
cures at home.-New York Indep~endent.
The new Methodist Church at Zion,
near frosperity, Newberry Circuit, will
be dedicated on the 3d Sunday of this
mnonth, July 17th. Prof. W. W. Dun
ean, of Wofford College, will preach
the Dedicatory Sermon at 11 o'clock,
A Partridge Hatches Two Chickens.
-A partridge on Elizabeth Moon's
<place in No. 8, set on eight partridge
eggs and three hen eggs.' She came off
one day last week with two young
chickens. The chicks were taken from
her, and she lingered about the premi
ses several days trying to regain pos
session of them.
AThe Senior acknowledges with great
pleasure the reception of a very appro
priate and handsome present at the
hands of Mrs. W. H. Clark Thursday
afternoon. She could not have thought
of anything more acceptable or more
appreciated: Oar warmest than~ks are
fendered her, with best wishes for her
Cokebury District Conference
Of the Methodist Church, composed
he Counties of Newberry, Edgefield,
en,Anderson and Abbeville,
tsin Greenwood .this (Tuesday)
evening. Among the delegates from
this County' are Revs. Campbell and
Stokes, and Messrs. A. J. Kilgore, Ja
cob Sligh, Thos. S. Moor man, I. H.
Boniware and W. W. Summer.
Augusta Trade issue.
T he Chronicle & Consti.tutionalist will
issue the 1st of September the Third
Augusta Trade Issue, which will con
tain maps, views and written descrip
tions of the various enterprises, indus
'-tries and advantages of that city in the
way of business. ~20,000 copies of this
issae will~ be printed and circulated.
This affords a rare opportanity for ad
Stad Agricultural and Mechanical Socie
We have received the Premium List
for the 13th Annual Fair to be held at
,Columbia, Nov. 8th to 11th inclusive.
The list presents a varied and attractive
array of premiums in every depa,rtment.
Persons intending to become exhibitors
are requested to forward their entries
to Col. Thos. W. Holloway, Secretary,
at Pomara, S. C.
Coffee on the Tree,
Not many persons, we fancy, know
how coffee looks on the tree, and the
elegant lithographed picture of a coffee
tree, which we were shown this week
and which Thurber & Co., the great
coffee merchants of New York, present
to dealers who sell their coffee, is both
ernamental and instructive. We pre
sume all 'of our merchants will soon
have these beautiful show cards. Call
on Mr. G. W. Pearson and see the tree
and its fruit. 1
A pure and simple compound of~
A rp,~,. ~ ~ whn~c.
The Newberry County Sabbath Scho
Will- be held Thursday and Frida
July 21st and 22nd, in the Bapti
Church in Newberry.
A Fatal Encounter.
Henry Renwick was knocked in t
head with a rock by his hrother Isa:
yesterday (Monday) evening. * TI
skull was broken, and Henry canni
live, if he is not already dead. T1
cause of the difficulty as reported to u
is that Isaac was beating his wife whe
Henry interfered to prevent it. Tf
parties are colored, and live on Dr. A
A. Renwick's place.
Piles is not the least of many disea;
es which aftlict mankind, but Tabler
Buckt've Pile Ointment, made from th
Buckeye, used according to the dire<
tion . is a permanent cure. Price 50<
Witite's Cream Whites Vermifuge i
the best worm killer. For sale by Di
W. E. Pelham. eow
Do not fail to call on your druggi
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licinus blood purifier, Smith's Scroful
Star Curine cures all chronic sore
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is to
.ate and get a bottle of Smith's Scroful
Syrup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., Presiden
of Moore's Southern Business Universi
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify tha
I have used Dr. Cheney's Expectoran
in my family for several years, and cai
recommend it as an invaluable reined;
for Coughs. etc.. and have found it su
perior to any other remedies that I hav
tried. For sale by Dr. W. E. PEr.
HAM. . 50-ly.
This is the dull season, but fortunate
ly it only affects business, people be
come brighter, their wits are sharper
they are forced to think, to put this an<
that together. Sharp merchants pre
pare for the times, and sharp peopl
keep their eyes open, and when the
have to buy go where they can do thi
best. The signs of the times guide
them. It is an incontestible fact tha
Kingsland & Heath, of Columbia, cai
give perfect satisfaction, not only ii
quality and variety but in prices. Thei
stock of china, glass, crockery and othe
household goods cannot be excelled
Try them. 27-tf.
Neat and Handy.
Card Cases for the ladies, Moroce<
and -Russia, cheap. A t
26-St HERALD BOOK STORE.
WADLEY, EMANUEL Co., GA..
- Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried von:
Star Curine on my leg, it being affecte<
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hay
ing thoroughly tested it I am compell1e
to say that it is a success, for I have hat
experience wvith different physicians an<
remedies, and found nothing to cure me
until I used your Star Curine, which has
cored a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I ami yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. WV. E. PELITA M. 50-13
THIE REVISED VERSION
TO THE NEW TESTAMENT.
For sale at
HERALD BOOK STORE.
ABBEVILLE Co., S. C., A pril 2. 1879.
This is to certify that I have usei
HILL'S HEPATIC PANACEA in affec
tions of the Liver with good results, and
can recommend the medicine to the
public. J. W. CA LHOUN, M. D.
gr For sale to the trade by W. H
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E
~-a The best Organ at Eduiard Scholtz's.
Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
Boys Nickel Library.
New York Weekly.
New York Boys.
For sale at
24-4t HERALD BOOK STORE.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at thE
HERA LD Book Store, price only 25 eenti
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00
This book tells you what to do for yomn
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only fe:- sale at the
51-tf HERALD BOOK STORE.
THoxPSON, Dentist, opposite Herald offic4
The Columbia Registcr will be club
bed with the HERALD as follows: Wek
ty Register and HERALD SS.50, lri
wekly Register and HEROALD $5, .Dail3
Register and HERALD S8.75.
The Weekly Yeoman and H ERALD a1
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 these
two great remedies will cnre you?
-From C. D. McCurry. Newnan Co.
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
Eommectntng topbi Preney'
littectornt ad roup aretiere Mro
SptlesodCrp dring hea night.e frn
Cpasmodi aboupw yersngo heieD
forney, hiboup w Preventigo, whsic a
of Delinquent Land Sales.
Treasurer Whites sold the following
Y parcels of land the 27th and 28th ult.,
t for taxes, penalties and assessments:
Township 1-Lot and building, as
sessed it name of Wilson Jones; for
te feited to the State, there being no bid
1e Township 2-111 acres, 1 huilding,
t assessed in the name of Mrs. Mary M.
Buzhardt; 110 acres to Mrs. H1. C.
Township 3-53 acres, 3 buildings:
assessed in the name of Mrs. Amanda
Sims; forfeited to the State.
Township 4-61 acres, 2 buildings,
assessed in the name of Jared Boland;
forfeited to the State.
s Township 7-323 acres, 5 buildings'
e assessed in the name of Mrs. Mary J.
Tt ibble: 270 acres to Mrs. H. C. Moses.
- 'Township 9-28 acres, assessed as
SI estate of Mrs. Mary M. Boland; 201
. acres to David Hipp.
Township 9-100 acres, assessed as
estate of Mrs. Mary M. Boland; 97
acres to David Hipp.
s Mrs. F. Ludecus leaves to-day for
Statesville, N. C.
3 James Y. Culbreath is just recover
ing from the measles.
t Miss Minnie Herbert has gone to
- Spartanburg on a visit.
t Mr. H. D. Boozer and family, of Wal
halla, are in Newberry.
7 The Misses Whitesides, of Union,
- are visiting Mrs. Geo. McWhirter.
Mr. A. W. T. Simmons and Miss
Emma returned yesterday from the
Mr. Jno. H. Clarkson, traveling for
the Columbia Register. visited Newber
ry last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. O. Peoples are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Jno. F.
Speck, at Lincolnton, N. C.
, Mr. T. B. Aughtry, one of the most
a enterprising merchants of Columbia,
was in Newberry last week.
t Messrs. Andrew Crawford, W. H.
1 Lyles and B. P. Barron, Columbia law
1 vers, were in town last week.
r Dr. Jno. N. Lindsay has sold his
r plantation near Saluda Old Town, and
- has moved to Gainesville, Ga.
Master Burton Neel, son of Mr. Thos.
M. Neel, has returned from Cedar
SSprings to spend his vacation.
W. K. Blake, Esq., of Greenwood,
was on a business visit here last week.
He gave us a call and an agreeable
.Miss Mamie McCaughrin, daughter
Sof Mr. R. L. McCaughrin, graduated
Slast week at the Due West Female Col
I Miss Mamie Cline was one of the
chief performers at the Cedar Springs
Concert last week. She has developed
a very decided talent for music.
Mr. Thos. F. Greneker, of the HER
.LD, and Mrs. Greneker left Friday for1
Glenn Springs. They will probably go
to the mountains before their return.
Mr. Jno. H. James, a resident of
Newberry for the past thrn' years, loft
Wednesday for Salisbury, M. C., where1
he will engage in the luraber business.
Messrs. Burr J. Ramage, J.~, and
Bartow Beg Ramage, returned last
week from John Hopkins University,
Baltimore. They are both looking
Mr. R. W. Davis will leave Newber
ry the 14th to take charge as Captain of
the French Broad Steamer, w'aich will
be put on the 15th. It will run from a
point twelve miles above Henderson
vilia to Brevard, a distance of thirty
Various and all About.
Somebody said it was hot.4
Is it warm enough for you?
Mr, W. H. Lathrop is having his
There was a picnic near Mr. Jo.
There will be a Soiree Thursday
night at the Crotwell Hotel.
Glenn Springs is being filled with
The comet, or comic, as some call it,
is the attraction.
More rain needed in town-County
pretty generally supplied.
A Baptist Church was organized at
Clintoin the 17th ultimo.1
Mr. Pratt, of Helena, made 45 bush
els'of wheat on 2 acres, from 2 bushels.
Jim Scott, colored, made 22 bushels
on 3-4 of an acre.
Mr. J. D. S. Livingston planted 6
bushels and made 30.
Mr. Ivy Z. Abrams planted 6 bashels
and made 77.
Messrs. Coate and Glenn did the
Mr. Burns got in his first load of
Georgia melons last week.
Fine rains in Floyd Township'nearly '
every day last week.
The "galorious 4th" wasn't celebrated
worth a cent in Newberry.
Mr. R. C. Chapman is making pews I
for a new colored church at Clinton. ]
Mr. Win. C. Hunter is recovering
from a very severe spell of sickness.
Miss Lizzie Chapman has accepted a,i
position as teacher in the WValhalJa Fe-.i
Mos Baxter is having a dwelling
erce1nhrne o donn
Mrhos eVrtdow rne otadonig
; Mre Warilawa
prospect is good: what there i. of cor
is doing well.
The congregation of Bush Live
Church have raised money to buy i
The comet is still blazing out in al
its glory in the Northern heavens. I
does not set, being too near the pole.
IBusiness is a little stagnant, but no
thing serious need be apprehended
September will bring it all right.
A few runty, half ripe peaches ,ver<
on the market last week. The edito
contents hiis-elf with blackberries.
Mr. E. S. Coppock has had ripe to
matoes for over a week. 'T'hey are th<
Paragon and Acme, and are very line
Mr. Geo. Gilliland has the contrac
for covering the Opera House. His bic
was for $2 30. The Council furnishe:
Eight shares of stock of the Nationa
Bank of Newberry brought 1.30 1-4
Monday at public sale, with the divi
The Council should not allow Scott's
Creek to remain dammed up day aftei
day this hot weather. It will generatE
Some Newberrians insist that the
comet has had something to do with thE
extremely warm weather. Not at all
Mr. Jno. C. Taylor, of Saluda Old
Town, reports the finest crops in that
section of the County of any year since
If there is anything Mr. Z. L. White
knows more about than another it is
bout fishing. He has given the sub
ject years' attention.
Get a copy of the Revised New Tes
tament; every man should have a copy.
Price 20 and 50 cents at the IEILD
A farmer eharged Jay Gould $50 for
a dozen of fresh eggs fried, because he
was one of those rich fellows. He' sel
:lom get hold of one of that kind.
Rev. Fred Wallace, the Pastor of the
:olored Baptist Church, baptized four
teen more new members Thursday af
Mr. Walter Barre complains that his
3rop is badly in the grass. It will be
remembered that he is but lately mar
iied and this may account for it.
Lafayette, for short called Fayette, is
~he politest, most attentive colored man
we know ; the most faithful worker and
he best fish fryer mn the County.
The Town Clerk is after the Philis
ines who have failed to pay their Street
rax. Taking the defaulters alphabeti
~ally he issued ]ast week forty-eight
~varrants down to letter G.
Mord's. pigeon box, mentioned last
.veek, was built for the country, where
t has been sent. The large and airy
>ox is rear of the store was designed
Lnd built by the father.
A furious hailstorm fell in the neigh
>orhood of Roseboro last Wedne'day.
MIuch damage was done to cotton and
~orn on the plantations of Mr. 0. H. P.
Tant, Dr. Hill and others.
The public is under obligations to
he C. & G. R. R. Telegraph Line for
>ulletins Saturday, Sunday and Mon
lay giving full details of the attempted
ssassinationl of the President.
Mr. Cramer. of Columbia, has nearly
~ompleted the drop curtain for the New
>erry Opera House. The scene repre
ents the Vice-Royal Palace on the Nile,
and is pronounced very fine by those
who have seen it.
Capt. Davis will take command of
us mountain steamer about the 15th.
t is our intention to take a trip with
~im, and believe it will prove the most
lelighitful in our experience.
There was a "Social" of young folks
>n Thursday night, and one of the boys
vben he wvent after his Miss found to
uis horror that she had retired for the
A peck of chigers were brought to
own a few days ago; the scratching
lone was immense. The unfortunates
bought they "would never be happy
igain." Camphor will give relief.
The following recipe for ridding a
oom of flies may be of value to house
~eepers: Half a teaspoonful of black
epper in powder, one of brown sugar,
nud one of cream, mixed together.
Willie Ruff, charged with rape, was
~ommitted to jail Tues.day by Trial Jus
ice Carlisle after preliminary examina
ion. The testimony on the part of the
;tate was very strong.
0. L. Schumpert, Esq.,has pu'rchased
rom Hon. E. Cochrane, of Ireland, a
year old Irish Settea, named Bang, at
he price of 21 guineas. He was ship
)ed the 24th uIt., and is expected here
Notwithstanding the repeated failures
>f the fruit crop fruit agents are selling
Llarge quanty of trees in this County.
['he trees don't cost much, and if a good
r-uit year come they will pay for them
elves in one season.
The oil cloth taken from Bush River
'hurch a month ago, when the carpet
vas ripped up, was found Thursday
norning by the roadlside near Mr. Fed
)ominick's. It was evidently put there
mnly a few hours before it was found.
Two felons have been seen in New
erry for some weeks, and for once the
>olice did rnot make arrests-one was
mn the finger of Post Master Boone. and
he other on a finger of D)r. Fant. Ugly
:ustomers they proved.
'ncle nolv" Tahrt informs us
c the l1otel Thu1:11rs-day, we tio h t
'there was to be : lirst class han; .ing on
: hmd, and felt disappoin1ed on le1arning
that it was a straigitening of ti;e tree.
The Colonel is a straighL man and can't
bear to see crooked things.
L A young I married couple, just gone to
housekeeping, yet without, that necessa
rv nuisance, a cook, had a mess of cat
fish sent them for dinner. Hubby ui
dertook the cleaning, wifey the frying;
at the eating it was discovered the Cats
had not been skinned. Fancy the young
wife's feelings when II nhby told her he
had not even dliselbowci'dl theii.
A certain young man in the County
is growing desperate. le sent in by a
colored boy Fridlay after- a "courting
book", giving strict instructions to look
in all the hook stores and other places,
and buy it, if found, at any price.
When we last saw the messenger be
hadn't found it. Now, look here, young
man., you want to let courting books
alone; do your own courting, and don't
spoil this happiest occasion in a man's
life by commonplaces out of a book.
We feel a deep concern about the
boys, not so much about the girls, for
the latter are naturally inclined to be
good, and pretty generally setie down
as gentle, kind matrons. Well, boys,
don't hang round the streets or go out
of nights; be kind and obliging, don't
sulk when mother asks you to draw a
bucket of cool water, or go an errand.
We heard a gentleman the other day
say, there goes a bad boy-bow much
pleasanter to hear there goes a good
boy. Good boys make good men.
Sniffles a Fisher and What Came of it.
Women are said to be angels; but I
1 don't endorse it. A nicer, cleverer par
ty than that which went to Saluda last
Tuesday fishing can not be found.
Knowing my fondness for the sport they
gave me a special invitation to join in
the festivities, including a twelve mile
ride in an open wagon, heavily loaded,
under the fervid rays of the hottest sun
which ever blazed; four miles of the
way over rocks. In a weak moment I
accepted, without consulting Mrs. Snif
fles. I went-it was hot, there were
four and a half hours of it, and the start
was made when the sun was in its
prime, 1 o'clock. The party consisted
of M. Foot and Mordecai, Z . White
and two young Whites, Geo. Langford,
the Master in Equity, Sniffles and Snif
lies, Junior, and Fayette, driver and
cook. Much fish were caught, besides
what1I caught on my return, so much
that it took two hours to skin, conse
quently supper was late, 10 o'clock.
The appetites were enormous; five
times was the dlish replenished with
brown, crispy cats, coffee strong, plen
tiful, bread abundant and pickles same.
I ate-without a thought of the old wo
man-they all ate, Mordecai and the
biggest of the young Whites and Lang
ford doing work which would shame
the Chinese giant. At twelve some
hunted soft places t o sleep-as an hon
ored guest I was given a soft plank in
the wagon, others took the water for
another drag, preparing for. breakfast
more cats were caught. Morning
dawned, breakfast followed with no va
riation in the bill of fare ; more dragging,
more cats, never saw so many cats; lix
up for return, get off at twelve, stop at
Werber's mill to rest. Froin there
home it was delicious, the heavens
wvere clouded, a stiff' breeze blcew, and I
arrived at home in the happiest frame
of mind. My spirits fell though on en
tering, for there stood Mrs. Snitfles, her
spectacles (worn to hide obliquity of
vision,) thrown up, I know what that
means. "Kiss your Sniffles," says I, in
an affectionate tone, "and here is a
mess of the nicest cats." "Drat your
cats, and keep your kisses till they are
called for," says sho. "Any man who
will go cavortin' over the. country with
a set of river pirates, aint a bit better
than they are. I might have woke up
this morning with my throat cut and
the house robbed. Don't roll your eyes
at me, Snifties, if you know what's
good, this thing has got to be stopped.
Dinner, no, there's no dinner, did you
leave anything to buy it with? I'm
ashamed of you, after guzzling down
good coffee. such as I never, have, eat
ing fish and pickles and me starving, to
ask such a question. You're going out,
are you, and I talk you to death; well,
go along, I am glad to get rid of you."
I went. I have come to the conclusion
that it's best to let a woman have her
own way, and, further, that if any one
ever asks me to go fishing with them
again I'll--I'll-go if I break a trace.
AND READY FOR WORK.
I have rebuilt the "MENDENTIALL
MILL," haying had the work performed
by Mr. John C. Sease, the best Millwright
and Miller in the County, and second te
nor.e in the State, I am read.r to grind Corn
The Mill will make Flour not in ferior to
any in the County, if not better.
G;ive Mr. Sease a trial.
June 29, 26-m*4
A SUPERI0R L)T (OF
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riin:rv .................... a S
Goo-l rdiinary..................... :
\[,:. ,li, ? .
tI f f 31iddiin: .. ........
Newberry Prices ICurrent.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
. iod.es 'r;i New..7
.m a:: ie"rs. ue:.r Coredl...r
) ieie'. C. it. e .........
D)1, SA LTED MEATS
Shol,t elfrs. Ne w.............
Side. C. R.. New........... a 30
side.e. Longr Citar........... a l
1- ucan vas,eri II:Ims.......... L'
CanU aL :e H . 31ar;.:u a' i
Leal. in Tierces.............. 14
Leaf. in Buc k............. 15
Granulated Stautiar.i..... 12a
Extra C.............. 11
C fe .... . . . ..... 11
Cflie C . 14"
Y ellow ....................... lk
New Orleaus.... . . .
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. Su
TEA- Sugar House Molasses. 37
Gunpowder ................ .... 1.5u
Young Hsou................... 1.,
ALLSPICE.... ....................... 5
PEPPERt....... .... ....... ................. :,
Roasted or P'arched...... 2~>
Best RRio......... .. ......... 25:i
Good Rio................. 1G-23
White Wine Viregar.. usd
Bolted...-.. ......... .. -
SO A P ............................... 5a 10
S 'AR !:C ............................. 6a 12
SIAR CANDLES................... 15
FLOUR, per bbl.................... 6.01 1
c. N D Y .. . . . . . . . ...... 21)
CONCENTRATED LYE........... .10
ENGLISH SODA................ 1
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM ;AKING POWDER... .35
AXLE GREASE.................. ..10
TOBACCO.............. ........... :a 1.25
NAILS (10, keg.... ................. 4."0
ARROW TIES, per hun.ch......,.... 2 5
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
RE) OATS-per 1u................. a
TIMOTHY HAY.................... 2 00
Dry Goods and .7'otions.
The gr-nd careor of Newberry College
for tie last twenty1i) r V011 10sppermost
in the ;mi::ds of the people, and lends enthu
siasm to th e youthful hcro of to-day ; we
are enthused, and infused, and ask to be ex
cused in calling attention to the attraictions
PLAIN and LACE BUJNTiNGS.
SILKS AND SATIN.
3') Piees~ Dress Goods marked with Red
Ticket down to 6tc., See.. 10c , 120., 15c.
00TTONADES ANN LINENS.
Just receiv'ed a new lot of LAWNS,
which are mar.ke.d low~ dow~n to suit the
We present to you our little chief, famil
iry and affectionately called by the peo
pe of Newberry,
LITTL E JACOBY !
Who is known to his eustomers all over the
country th.ough the thunder of his riees.
We are closing out our FANCY L AWNS
from 5c. to 121.
Yard wide BLEACHING sold for luec.,
now at Sc.
FANS at all Prices.
PARASOLS AT COST.
15 doz. L-idies' Whitec Hese, for .pe
15 doz'. Ladies' White Hose, for 10e. per
10 doz. Ladies' Fan:cy HIse, for 10c. per
pair, worth 20e.
10 doz. B3albriggan IHose, at 25c.
10 doz. A Hose, at 5c.
Linen IHand~kerchiefs, from 5c. to 5' e.
We would invite all who visit the city to
call and examtine dur stock.
Polite and courteous attent :on given to
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
BEN. H. CLINE & CO.
June 22, 25--f.
SUMTER, S. C.
DARR & P'ARMELEE,
Two well-known P.R ACT IGAL PRINTERS,
have started a Firs;-elass
B)OK AND NEWSPA PER OFFICE .
in Sumiter. S. C., a.id with the aid of P'ow:n
'a:E.s:s, are preparedt to execUte any r-tvle
of printeud matter, in any~ color, at prices
uns:p:ssed by an r ofliee in the South.
Sumntcr, S. C., June l11, 188S]. 25-tf.
This comm iodious edifice, si it-:ted e
MAIN STREET, NEWBElmhY, S. C., a1d
known as the
is now open, andi invites the people one and
a~l to call anti know what e:t'l be done at all
irTi :' N i-4Q' 2. Ii' it f it's.
*i C ^x cto mkmi ! va
i is. U I t rt0U :lJ
NEW :fn G'l: i fl :i. i i'A _:if N' ,
.\ .0 1111 P r..:ip il:tfi ! !y .ne ti l:c'. p
1);r <<ri NE \" t; I
piled w a t! i Si:"e of Cheijca I.
A! ou tpre 'aratIion are madtIe in Ml iet
.oufrmity v.ith the U. 8. Pharmacop-. ,
uia. be :Nied upon. Th.e most cirefulI
MAYBIN & TARRANT,
DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACISTS.
Dislufeet your premi;~S-Catrboli Acid,
Fo r l":de at it ic a:i ii tit
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
PURE D mTION INSECT
T)iiue t Ot- i'th "Ku l ux" s ar; !i forl;
Forli i t s. F rs e:
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
.Juu. 15, 24-t f.
Wholesale and Retail
Prescriptions Carefully Com
pounded at all Hours of
the Day and Night.
)- r. J. W. Ferguson. the Prescript ion
:lerk-, can bc found at night over D). W. T.
ibler's stOre. in1 the~ rear room next to
M1ay 25, 21 -t t.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
RGIST I HEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Remioved to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
as, Perfumcries, Toilet Articles, Garden
nd Field Seeds, always in store and at
Orders promntly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15-tf.
THE NEI EiRIY
~ifR1GT & J.E00(P POI
And All Prices.
indergarments of all kinds
A beau:iful assotCrtet of
Cravats, Collars, Suspenders, &c.
ELATS IALTS Z LT
In Straw, Felt and Silk, .al1 colors add
styles, and very handsome.
sentemen's and Youiths' Shoes
TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
In short every article usu.diyv kept in a
rst class G!othing Store, at livinjg prices.
An examination of our s'oek i.: respect
lly solicited. We guaratntee 5atisfactionl
a1 al oods sold.
RIGHlT & J. W1. COPPOCK.
May 4, 18-tf.
DELICIOUS, SPARKLING, PHOSPHATED
NON -A LCOH OLiC.
efreshing, Soundly Stimulating, Highly
Fxhilarates without intoxicating.
lavgrates without reaction, as with al
Assures hiealthfui sleep to the worried
Repairs lost strength and imiparts eeW
Robs the loori Of the dypl te ai.
Citars and stimulates the brLain of the
Ren1e-. thethought ral mnan mUore si: ate
Gies (louence andII :ipiration to theC
rator and preacehiei. \hiytteI
;Ipar:s VO;u:a.e an 1xi liy t th
oice of tli h uger.I
Is vailualen a rmedy in: seat sicku cas.
Cii.p l4 in itud au itir
.3 uI.t ecivedt' and for s:le 0
MAYBIN & TARRANT.
R E\TWL II0TEL1
ormerly the Wheeler House,)
(4r iLT MI3fIA. i -- C.
Spec i Summer Offer.
i Little Cash .14ii, und Bait-e
11 hilI (011011 . 0111t' 1:1.
D)urn-g the montls.of .inne. .1uly, Augu-t
nd I ep:embe, r. wre wa;,li P(iano. and e r
.m, either new ir '.cond-f!hacnd, to respor
.1m + : ties. :at I.O ES 1 1 CA: 'SIL PR!(IES.
:$10 CASH ON A N ORGAN.
'25 CASH ON A PIANO.
And the balance in TI'liREEr. MONTIIS
iIT IiI-T INTER EST.
To accomml te those w,ho can not pa
a:i (;:Jh in te Fal. we will, during the
mo+nth1s of .1une,.u yjI~, August and 4'n
er, sell at uirr
ONE YEAR PLAN PRICE
As per Price List, and receive as follows:
$10 CASH ON AN ORGAN.
$25 CASH ON A PIANO.
Kith one-third of the balance in Three
months, one-third in Six months, and the re
mainder il one cyear.
rhese Offers are Good only until
October 1st, 18S1.
L. E. NORRYCE, or
MeSnith Music Iouse,
JI. 29. l6-ly. GR:EENVILLE,S.C.,
(_ Mecdici"e, not a Drink')
HOPS, ?UC E y1ANDR l:
m:s F or :!s ::DreI.>:s. 0
.uI I)ieasesof 'G'om:ci. Thmis . P om
? 4C' i -;:~:s
Liver. RIdney" .;am: i r ::u ::.M
I O . . I111, J:1.
VciI I - ' .t :t o; ... L tco rF
Money Saved is Money Made~
PURCHASE YOUR ENGINES FROM
US, anm S:V sae 100 on a 10 Horse ; $200 on
,. 2'. Horse, and 8.300 on a 30 Horse-Power
Engine. Send for our prices before pulr
ching Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and
Grist Mills, Threshers, or any kind of Ma
chiery. We are Manufacturers' Agents,
and( guarantee satisfaction in quality and
price. WALKER & LOUD.
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
A pr. 6, 14-3m.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY .
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Eannie N. Baxter, Adm's., vs. Lucy W.
Baxter, et al.
Thme creditors of the Estate of James M.
Baxter, deceased, are hereby required to
render on oath and establish their respec
ive demands before the Master, on or be
f>re the first day of September next.
By order of thme ( ourt.
SIL AS .JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, June 28, 1881. 26-5t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
\muanda J. Cash, Adm'x., vs. Shelton S.
L1ngford. Ad m'r., et al.
Partition and Relief.
The creditors of the Es:ate of John D.
ash, decet.sed, are hereby required to ren
der on oath before the Master, and estab
i'h their respective demands, on or before
' first day of August.
By order of the Court.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Otice, June 28, 1S81. 26-5t
THlE PENNINGiTON HOUSE,
(Formerly the Maion House,)
NEWBERRY, S. C.
JO! N II. PENNINGTON, Proprietor.
This popular and conveniently located
oime has been opened by t':e present Pro
,~rietor, who will spare no pains to make
hisguests comf ortable. With rooms large,.
dry. elean and~ well furnished, a table sup
oied with the best thait can be had, polite
a. -l ready attention on the part of his ser
va ts, hme feels assured of giving satisfaction.
Terms, $1 per Day; $12.50 per Month.
.June~ 22, 253-tf.
-Land of the Sky."
THE GLOBE HOTEL,
HIEXIDERSONVILLE, N. C.
C. C. CHASE~, Proprietor.
ALTITUDE 2,252 FEET.
Evrery attention promised, and satisfac
Try the Globe.
Jun. 2tJ, 2ri-t7.
ICE CR~EAM, pure and1 well ftvorcd,
rt)om 10 o.'clock in the morn:ig utntil I1)
e~lock at night. Orders fur home use,
0arties, .\e., promptly attended to
AtA. C. JONES'
Ilee Creami Salooxr, Maiu Sareet.
A pr. 27, 17-f.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
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