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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3, 1881.
IHDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
-J. N. Fowles-For Sale.
D. B. Wheeler-Notice.
Noah L. Black-Notice.
E. S. Copoch-Buggies.
Herald Book Store-New! New!!
C. C. Watson-Repairer of Sewing Ma
F. Werber, Jr.rWork the Roads! Work
" the Roads!!
J K. Wor,man, P. B. Workman-Notice
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
UpTrain arrives.................12 55 P M
Upinail closes at................12 25 PM
Down Train arrives ........... 3 51 P M
Down mail closes at.............. 3 25P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 30 A M
Laurens Train leaves... ........ 3 55 P M
Lanrens mail closes at...... ..... 3 25 P M
* OBce hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., May 16, 1881.
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zeau (io-SprueO St..) where advertising con
erats may be made for itin New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mrs. Christina Mills died at her home
wiCv inty Sunday,.the 24th nit.
Mrs. Folk, wife of Dr. J. Wm. Folk,
of Jalapa, died Sanday morning, 31st
vltimo, oftyploid fever, and was buried
Monday at Rosemont Cemetery. She
as formerly Miss Fogle, of Barnweli.
Mie Nannie-Lark. daughter of Mr.
Dennis Lark, deceased, died at the resi
4en1Ce of Mr. Thos. P. Lane, in New
)er~ry, Thursday, 28th ultimno, in the
fifteenth year of her age, of typhoid
Maj. Wmn. F. Nance, of Newberry,
died Sunday afternoon, 31st ultimno, of
erysipelas, in the forty-sixth year of his
age. Maj. Nance was a native of New
berry, and a graduate of the South
* Carolina Citadel Academy. During
the warhe served on the Staff of Gen.
Ripley. Since the war he has been en
gaged in the insurance business. He
was a man of more than ordinary in
telligence and culture, of fine address,
and of a pleasant and genial disposition.
His remains were buiried Monday af
ternoon at Rosemnont Cemetery. Sig
riet.Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M., Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., and Newberry
Lodge, No. 355, Knights of Honor, of
which orders he was a member, attend
ed the funeral services in citizens dress,
and there was a large attendance-of the
We have the pleasure of annoneing
the publication of an original story
shortly, entitled "Refined Gold," by an
accomplished lady of Spartanburg.
Polite and Courteous Attention
* Always given to all persons visiting
our store, whether purchasers or not.
MAYBIN & TARRANT,
-3-t Druggists and Pharmacists.
Mr. Madison Pitts, of Saluda Old
Town, brings in the first open cotton;
it was taken fromn his field the 29th ult.
Mr. Jacob Kibler sent in an cpen
e otton boll the 1st.
gi E. S. COPPOCK is now receiv
ing a new lot of Buggies for the Sam
mner and Fall.trade; new in style and
finish and warranted for good service,
*with a superior lot of Harness in price
-an quality to go with them. 31-2t
We Would Call Attention
* To the adWertisement of Mr. J. N.
Fowles, as preenting an opportunity
to parties desiring to settle in the town
ef-Newberry. This place offers all the
advantages of town and country. All
necessary buildmngs on it except dwell
Blessed Rain at Last.
The first rain, of any consequence.
that the larger portion of this County
has had since the 30th of May, fell Mon
d1ay, the 1st. It was a good rain at the
'Court House and vicinity; and from
the appearance of the clouds we sup
pose it was general.
The Sumter Advance
FEnds its way to our sanctum this
week. and finds hearty greeting not
wnly for its bright appearance and gen
eral excellence of get up, but on ac
count of acquaintance with its preprie
tars. We do not think the low rates
of advertising adopted are either wise
or fair. Success to the Advance, how
There will be an Entertainment at
Bethe Aaemy,m near Pomnaria. on the
The Christian Herald, containing
portrait and sketch of the late Dr.
Plumer. Price 5 cents.
Leslie's New Monthly.
A large lot of Seaside Library to ar
rive on Friday. Come and make se
It HERALD BOOK STORE.
The American Agriculturist
For August is to hand. It is proba
bly the oldest agricultural journal in
the country, as it is certainly the best.
No farmer who wants to be progressive
and fully abreast of the times in his
business should be without the Agricul
turist. It is published by the Orange
Judd Company, 751 Broadwav, New
Yo.-k. at $1.50 a year; single number
Court Newberry, No. 2, 1. O. F.
The following officers have been
installed to serve for the next six
C. R.-G. W. Pearson.
V. C. R.-P. H. Duckett.
R. S.-J. F. Glenn.
F. S.-J. W. Coppock.
T.-L. M. Speers.
S. W.-B. H. Lovelace.
J.: W.-W. H. Jones.
S. B.-J. H. M. Kinard.
J. B.-W. H. Blats.
A pure and simple compound of
Honey and Tar, two ingredients whose
virtues are appreciated by all the world,
is Coussens' Honey of Tar, a remedy
for conghs, colds and diseases of the
throat and lungs. Price 50c. White's
Cream White Vermifuge is the best
worm killer. For sale by Dr. W. E.
EASLEY, S. C., Jan. 3, 1880.
Dr. L. T. Hill: -
Dear Sir-I am in receipt of yours ask
ing certificate as to the merits of Hui's
HEPATIC PANACEA. Will say that I
have it from my counter and prescribed
it in my practice with good results al
ways-one aase of Indigestion in an
old lady being entirely cured after
years of suffering. I can recommend
it in all cases of deranged liver.
J. W. QUfLLTAN, M. D.
grFor sale to the trade by W.HB.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by WV. E.
Tnis 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 and
that together. Sharp merchants pre
pare for the times, and sharp people
keep their eyes open, and when they
have to buy go where they can do the
best. The signs of tbe times guides
them. It is an incontestible fact that
KingslandL &~ ieath, of Coklumbia, can
give perfect satisfaiction, not only in
quality and variety but in prices. Their
stock of ebina, glass, crockery and other
household goods cannot be excelled.
Try them. 27-tf.
WADLEY, EMANUEL Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Curine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
ing 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. W. E. PELHIAM. 50-ly
THE REVISED VERSION
TO THE NEW TESTAMENT.
For sale at
-HERALD BOOK STORE.
M' The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies arid fo~r rent;
for sale at this office.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
HERALD Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALD BOOK STORE..
THoMPsos, Dentist, opposite Herald office
The Columbia Rlegi.ster will be club
bed with the HERALD as follows: Week
ly Register and HERALD $3.50, in
weekly Register and H ERALD $5, .Daily
Register and HERALD $8.75.
The Weekly Yeoman and HERAw at
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 cnre you?
From C. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's
Expectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son had been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribed
for him his Group Preventive, which has
most miraculously cured him. I find it
- it -----"
For the Brown Cotton Gin,
Best in the market, quality fully guar
anteed. apply to S. P. BoOZER,
30-4t Agent for New berry.
The Third Quarterly Conference for
the Clinton Circuit will be held at Clin
ton, embracing the first Sabbath in
Preaching to commenee on Saturday
at 11 o'clock.
The new Methodist Church will be
dedicated on Sunday at 11 o'clock by
Rev. J. B. Campbell, of Newherry.
The publie are respectfully invited to
No Good Preaching.
No man can do a good job of work,
preach a good sermon, try a law suit
well, doctor a patient, or write a good
article when he feels miserable and
dull, with sluggish brain and unsteady
nerves, and none should make the at
tempt in such a condition when it can
be so easily and cheaply removed by a
little Hop Bittere.-Al>any Times.
The Nimble Pistol.
A difficulty occurred at Hannah
Church, near the Croft place, Thursday
last between Coleman Ilix and his son
Frank Hix, on one side, and James 1
Little on the other. Frank Hix shot 4
Little in the head with a pistol, inflict
ing a wound that was at first supposed ]
to be fatal, but which turns out not to
be very serious. Hix shot twice, one
shot missing its aim. The parties are 1
all colored. The Hixes were commit
ted to jail Friday to await the result of
A Woman's Missionary Society
Was organized at the Methodist 1
Church Sunday. The following officers 1
President-Mrs. T. F. Greneker.
Vice-President-Mrs. S. F. Fant.
Recording Secretary-Miss Nellie
Corresponding Secretary-Miss Mary
Treasurer-Mrs. L. W. Simkins.
The Society will meet at the church
to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 5
Crops in the near vicinity of Pomariai
have suffered terribly from the protract
ed drought. There are acres of corn
near here that will not make a peck to
the acre. Cotton has been cut off very
considerably, but by good seasons from
now on and a late Fall, it may mature;
we may get a tolerably good "top"
crop. But cotton is an uncertain crop.
Our -people seem troubled about the
future. Food for man and beast will
be very scarce. The ground is so dry
that peas will not come up and hence
we will miss our peavine hay. But the
Lord knows best and He will provide.
The Hendersonville Excursion.
The excursionists returned Saturday
evening from Hendersonville, highly
pleased with their trip. Mr. A. C.
Jones did all in his power to naake the
trip a pleasant one, and the accommo-.
dations were just as good as on a regu
lar passenger train. The hotels were
too crowded to accommodate all the
visitors; but the citizens of the place
very kindly opened their houses, .and
all found comfortable quarters. The
party spent Friday in driving around
and in visiting Flat Rock, the French
Broad, andl other places of interest.
Friday night a grand ball was given in
Pelham's Skating Rink in honor of the
excursionists. The mountain scenery
along the Spartanburg & Asheville R.
R., which was new to many, was great
Lewis WV. Simnkins, Esq., who went
down into the Countsville section of
Lexington County last week, gives a
gloomy report of prospects down there.
He says that the drought is much worse
there than about Newberry; that vege
tation has almost literally burned up,
and that trees are dying through the
woods from the effects of the drought.
Mr. C. O. Montgomery, who lives in
Richland County, several miles North
of Columbia, says that some farmers in
his section have abandoned large por
tions of their crops, there being no pros
pect of making anything from them, so
completely has the drought destroyed
Three large oaks in Mr. T. M. Lake's
yard and a good many other trees on
his place, have died from the effects of
Piles is not the least of many diseas
es which afflict mankind, but Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment, made from the
Buckeye, used according to the direc
tions, is a permanent cure. Price 50c.
White's Cream Whites Vermifuge is
the best worm killer. For sale by Dr.
W. E. Peliamn. eow
The Ice Cream Festival
Of the Juvenile Templars the night
of the 26th ultimo, was rather slimly
attended. The young people were out
in full force, but not many older people.
The following officers for the ensuing
term were publicly installed:
C. T.-George Dickert.
R. H. S.-Addie Havird.
L. H. S.-Bessie Kinard.
V. T.-Mallie Wheeler..
S.-Jamies H. McIntosh.
A. S.-Emma Havird.
T' C' T~.1. T~.....
L., in the Associate Retormcd Presby
teriain, goes for "der drummer" with
gloves off. While there is a large pro
portion of drummers who are gentle
men-in refinement, culture and good
breeding-there are certainly some
that fill the description given by L., as
everv one knows who has occasion to
travel much on railroads or to stop at
hotels. And, unfortunately for the bet
ter class of drummers, it is the rude,
selfish. loud-mouthed,brazen fellow that
is everywhere conspicuous-bound to
be seen and heard-that gives a had
reputation to the class.
Taking drummers as a whole we be
lieve they are as good as other men;
qnd il is very uncharitable to villify a
whole class because some of the num
ber are not what they ought to be.
There have been many ministers of the
gospel detected in very vile behavior;
Fet L., (who is no doubt a minister).
would feel it a great injustice should
my one judge ministers as a whole by
.h-se isolated cases.
A Grave Charge.
Mr. Jno. Sheppard, of Helena, swore
)ut a warrant a few days ago before
rrial Justice Carlisle, charging Mr. N.
B. Davenport, a wealthy and respected
?lanter of this County, with grand lar
eny. The preliminary examination
vas held the 27th ultimo. Mr. Shep
>ard testified that he went to Mr. Dav
mport's the 14th to buy a cow; that he
,aid for the cow while sitting on a
>ench in Mr. Davenport's porch; that
e took out two parcels of money at the
lie and laid them on the porch, one
ontaining two $20 gold pieces; that
e did not pay out of this parcel, but
ut of the other; that he then went to
he pasture and drove the cow home;
:at at night he missed the gold; that
ie had no recollection of having had it
>ineo being at Mr. Davenport's. The
ext morning, accompanied by his son
no. W. and Mr. Geo. Ropp, he went
>ack to Mr. Davenport's; called him
)ut and asked him if he had seen the
gold, describing the parcel; a little son
f Mr. Davenport's standing by said,
"I found something like that," wben
1r. Davenport turn to him, and said,
'Hush; you know ndthing about it."
Being asked about his servants, Mr.
Davenport said there were only two on
;he premises that day, one was sick,
md the other was as honest as anybody.
Mr. Sheppard then said that if the
2oney were not found he intended to
get a detedtive and investigate the mat
er; and Mr. Davenport asked him how
long he would give.
Young Mr. Sheppard and Mr. Ropp
3orroborated Mr. Sheppard's testimony
is to what occurred at Mr. Dagenport's
~he morning of the 15th.
The Trial Justice required of Mr.
Davenport a bond to await the action
>f the Grand Jury. He gave a bond,
with Dr. S. F. Fant, Jno. R. Spearman,
Jr., and A. M. Bowers as sureties.
Mr. Davenport has always borne an
in blemished reputation, and those who
inowv him will be very slow indeed to
yelieve that he would commit such an
ffense for the pitiful sum of $40. It is
nothing but fair to him to say that he
s quite deaf, and that he may not,
herefore, have heard distinctly what
was said when Mr. Sheppard came to
ee him the morning of the 15th.
Mr. Sam'l Jack, of Tennessee, is in
Maj. Jno. P. Kinard is at Glenn
J. B. Wingard, Esq., of Lexington,
s in town.
Mr. Win. Golding, of Georgia, was
an town last week.
Mrs. Monroe Johnson, of Marion, is
~isiting her sister, Mrs. Campbell.
Mr. Reuben Maybin left yesterday
or Atlanta, to attend the Business Col-,
Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Gary returned
last week from a visit to Col. Lipscomnb,
Mr. S. K. Dick, of Griffin, Ga., who
bought cotton here three or four years
igo, is in town.
Mr. Henry D. McCullough left yes
erday for Augusta. He expects to go
into business either in that city or At
Mr. A. B. Williams, Editor of the
reenville News, was in town Saturday.
e reports crops in Greenville County
as very fine.
Miss Nora Cofield and Mrs. Herbert
and her daughters, Misses Emma and
Minnie, will attend the Normal Insti
ute at Greenville.
Post Master R. W. Boone, who has
ot been very well this Suramer, has
>btained thirty days leave of absence
rom the Postmaster-General. He leaves
to-day for New Jersey.
Mrs. L. J. Jones left yesterday for
iew York, whence she expeats to sail
the 6th on the Steamship City of Berlin
for London. She goes to visit her bro
Ler, Admiral McHardy.
Geo. Johnstone, Esq., left yesterday
for Greenville to attend the meeting of
the Special Committee of the Legisla
ture, appointed at the last session to
consider the matter of Constitutional
Mr. Tbos. S. Moorman started yester
day for London, as a delegate to the
Methodist Ecumenical Council. He
will make a tour of a portion of the old
country while over the water, and will
return in October.
The following Newberrians left Mon
day for various pa&ts in higher latitudes:
Mis Hen Dniesok inpennd a month
Ienlersonville and all it. attractions
was left on Saturday last, and we are
at home again and at work; but we
cannot return to the humdrum of every
"L., life without an expression of the
great pleasure experienced during the
four weeks of our sojourn in that de
lightful mountain retreat. our only feel
ing of regret being that while we were
in the enjoyment of that cool. invigor
ating atmo3phere, you, dear reader,
were sweltering in the heat of this low
er region. Hendersonville is the most
healthful and charming summer retreat
in our whole country and is now filled
with guests not only from this State.
but from Georgia, Florida and other
Southern States, so much so that the
want of more ample hotel accommoda
tion is seriously felt. The hotel keep
ers, among whom we mention our
friend Chase, do all that they can to
make their guests comfortable, but of
ten find it diflicult to find room to put
away the crowds which nightly arrive,
and yet, notwithstanding they are al
ways full, they find some place for the
tired traveler. On the other hand it is
pleasant to say that there is no lack of
table comforts; the supply of good
things is limitless, and not once during
our stay did we notice any falling off.
The citizens, too, very generously-throw
wide open their doors for the reception
of guests and spare no pains to make
their stay pleasant. We do not men
tion the crowded condition of Hender
sonville to deler others from going
there, for room can be found for many
hundreds more, and we advise our
friends, if they have the time and means,
to make the trip, feeling satisfied that
they will have no cause to regret it. In
conclusion we have never in the same
space of time had more enjoyment and
good wholesome fun nor made more
friends, nor do we think that the expe
rience would have been a, varied and
entertaining at any other house than at
Chase's, to whom we return thanks for
his efforts to make us "push along and
keep moving." Go to Hendersonville,
reader, if you want enjoyment.
Various and all About.
Monday was Sale-day, but there were
Camp Meeting begins Thursday night
The "'Wheeler House" is at present a
very. popalar resort.
Last Thursday night was as cool as a
night in October.
Ben Lane runs the engine that pumps
water into the tank.
The telegraph will be put up along
the Laurens R. R. by Fall.
A large United States flag would set
off the Opera House admirably.
Constable Caldwell arrested five ne
groes and caught two coons Tuesday.
There are no two ways about it:
matters have a serious look to the far
There will be a fearful falling off in
the chicken census before this time next
We haven't yet got up that excursion
to Saluda Old Town for the "can't-get
The last brick was placed in the
Opera House Wednesday afternoon,
Our popular Clerk of Court has been
to the Springs-at Jalapa. He stayed
a whole day.
Mr. Jno. WV. Farrow died at his home
near Martin's Depot, the 22nd ultimo,
of brain fever.
Jones' excursion was a perfect suc
cess. He had a good crowd, and all
enjoyed the trip.
Newberry is fearfully and wonder
fully dull. Even a dog light would be
bailed with delight.
There will be a barbecue at Jalapa
to-morrow (Wednesday), to be given
by Mr. Thos. H. Davis.
Mr. Crotwell and Mr. Pool are each
having a large lot of bricks made. And
Mr. Foot is burning brick.
A barkeeper said Saturday that if
business did not improve in his line
there would soon be no use for prohibi
Next in point of meanness to doing
one an injury is to do him a favor
and then be constantly reminding him
Mr. F. H. Dominick has erected a
large steam mill at his home place.
He will saw lumber and grind wheat
Rev. J. A. Sligh and Capt. A. H.
Wheeler attended the railroad meeting
at Leesville the 27th ultimo as dele
gates from Prosperity.
If anybody supposes that news items
are lying round loose just waiting to be
picked up by lazy reporters, he is read
ing on the wrong page.
Hendersonville is a "dry" town; but
a gentleman wvho has just returned from
that place says there is a good deal
mcre drunkenness there than in New.
Trhere will be an excursion for the
colored people from Newberry to
Greenville the 6th instant, returning
the 8th, to be run by some colored mien
The railroad authorities have request
ed the owners of warehouses on the
railroad land near. the depot to have
them wbitewashed before the guano
Mr. Eugene Cramer, says the Colum
bia Register has completed the scenery
that he will repair Sewing Machines of
any t)I:tke, at reason:able prices.
A citizen of Edgefield was in town :a
Jew d:avs ago seeing the sight S. 1IE
:1d1lmired the Opera lioui.e very runch.
and remarked th:tt he'd be lanked if it
didit have the biggest chimney he ever
After b.icR* shaved for a month by a
mountain barber it is p~:tSant to enjoy
theagene aniiular:ti a !:n
Reese; the shave he gave us on Satur
day evening :ifar our return was high
1'ue following Newberry County
Grangers attcuded the State Grange
M'ieeting at Gre.-nville last week : J.
N. L,ipscomib, J. S. H:air, B. II. M-.v bin,
Thos. W. H1ollowayv. D>r. James Mel7n
tosh, S. A. Hunter, A. W. Moats, W.
D. Hardy, J. L. Sims.
About half of the townspeople have
left, and the other half are as mad as
blazes because they can't get away too.
Not that Newberry is unhealthy, but
they want change-and because they
haven't got the requisite "change" they
The festive drummer is quite nmmer
ous now, especially in the shoe and
clothing lines. They are carrying
around the largest sort of trunks tilled
with samples: but we understand they
are not getting many orders from our
merchants, as most of them intend to
go North to buy their goods.
A letter with the following address
was sent to the Dead Letter Office, the
postmaster not being able to make out
Can any one who has not been told
tell where it ought to have gone?
Mr. J. K. Schumpert furnishes us
with the following record for a portion
of the late heated term:
July 8, sunrise, 78 degrees; 3 P. M.,
July 9, sunrise, 79 1-2 degrees; 3 P.
M., 104 degrees.
July 10, sunrise, SO degrees.
July 21, sunrise, 80 degrees.
July 22, sunrise, 80 degrees.
The thermometer hung against the
wall in the piazz-i on the East side of
the house. Mr. Schumpert sa3ys the
hest at sunrise for the days above
namned was unprecedented within his
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, Smith's Serofula
Star Curiae 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
of Moore's Southern Business Universi
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify that
I have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
in my family for several years, and can
recommend it as an invaluable remedy
for Coughs. etc.. and have found it su
perior to any other remedies that I have
tried. For sale by Dr. W. E. PEL
NEWBERRY, S. C., Aug. 2, 1881.
Ordinary........................:5 a 9
Good Ordinary.................. 8ta 9
Low Middling................... 91a 91
Good Middling .................10 alOt
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. M AR TIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... 63 a 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured... S
Sides, C. R., New............ a 10
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a3
Sides, Long Clear............a 103
Canvassed flams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces............1to
Leaf. in Buckets............136
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C.................. 11
Coffee C.......... -- 0
New Orleans.. ........... .. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 7
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses. ..-0
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Gunpo wder............. ....x. .0
Young Hyson..... ..... ...1.50
Roasted or Parched.... 25
Best Rio............- 5
Cider Vinegar........ c
White Wine Vinegar.. 65sj
SOAP........---------......... 5a 10
STARCH......----. -------...... a 12
STAR CANDLES.... ...---------1l
FLOUR, per bbl...........-- ...01.0
EN LISH SoDA.. ........--..--. 1
HLORSFORD'S BAKING POWDR 25A~
SEA FOAM BAK1NG POWDE R... S
ALE GREASE................-- 1.'
TOBACCO............ .. .......... Goa 1.25
NAILS(10) keg.......---...--....4 4.0
ARROW TIES. per bur.ch . ......25
SPLICED) AIRROW TIES.......... 1 2
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...2
REtD OATS-per 1.0.............. a uo
T310TlY HAY.................... ,2 0
F 10MIOiBE BIRfER
IVEWBE'RRY. ~S. C.
SOP NEXT DOOR NORTH of POST OFFICE
A ecan shave .a neat ent, anid pohte at.
t -ution guarant' l. May 3. 18-tf.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMANJ,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I: is an 8 paige paper, designed for :he peo
ple, tilied witil 3deresng miatter-Fau: ly
Reading, New., Markers, &c. Stxb~c~ i~:ion
Wholesale and Retai
NEWBERRY9 S. C.
DR. E.?. A.KS .N
COLUMBiA, S. C.
IR:mved: to .:orl two duors neXt to 1
A full !,ch oe ePu ; Med:l:t'- , Gemii
a.is, P'c:rumr: i -. A .i &l , Gad ren
n. - r t e: VS r:: _"tore ..
(riers promprtly atided 0o.
.A 1, 15-tf.
\Willi '1f1 & J. It lth5 ,
And All Prices.
Undergarm ents of all kinds
Sils,IS, l'UERR$f3 !. I' ;S. b.
A autfuil asortI!eteut of
cravats, tollars, suspe' Jlers, &c.
HIATS z HATS IIHATS
lin Straw, Felt and sil:-:, aI!, colorb and
stvles, and very h;aidsomne.
Gentlemen's and Youths' Shoes
TRUNKS, VALISES, UBRELLAS,
In short every art:e> usu1lv k<ept. in a
first cbIs3 GlotLhing Store, at E~ving price..
Au exaira:tion1 or our s-o.:k i- respect
fly solicitecd: We guar.mitee sati.,faction
in all goods Sold.
WRIGHT & J, W, COPPOCK.
May 4, 18-:f.
ICE CRE~AM, pur an wl :voed,
'rom~ i o"'ek in the~ morningv' undi lo
o'clck it night. Ord.ers :or i:omeo us',
partes, &c., promnpsiy attended1 to
At A. C. .IlNES'
To "'lE 1 EAD)ING UIt C:
On the 1st or Au.-ut ne\ th uderi'.-a
ed, in conneet ion wv ith tueir Book anu dJob
Pi ;ning ISu.,iess. and also ut the earnestly
expressed desire of a large niumber of citl
zes in Tiown anml throughoIj ihe Counlty,
propose the commn.eenlt of a it-column
Weekly New-paper in the Town'i of S.ulter.
S C. The nam of~ 0 theC pul icaition w il be
"THE SUMTER ADVANCE."
Tis title( has been selected as mlore ap
propiate for the0 occasion :nul circunistani
ces which call forth its existence mn th:s see
tion and communinity than: any othe. that
might be given it. for sev-erai unmistakable
and paramiount reasons, viz:
1st The Tlermfs of the paper will beC $1.50
er year in :vance, which i. Hall V. l)ollar
Less than any pap)er now puIblisedl in Sum
nd. It w in advance the private axnu pub
lie interest CIo its paitronis, heeuse in 50 do
ig it is the more sure of advanci?ig the im
rests 01 i!s proprietors.
3. It will be issued onl Mondays, clearly
in advance of alil the others published in
this section: and
4th. It will be in adlvance in many re
speCts, saving those of subseription and nil
vertising cihargtes, which, we must confess,
are far in advance or ours.
"'THE SCMTER ADVANCE"
Will be a DemAocratic pazper: it wvili contain
the Latest News, both at Ihome anid Ahbroad;
Market Reports, -lhort Sto: les. Poetry. -Mis
cla?y, (No Pattent Outside). ComulmeaCt
ionS, Repm: t, Decisionle, Laws, Ordinan
ees. Set mon0s1, Humlorouls Mat ter. Advertise
mfents. etc.. etc.
The Local columns win1 be repicete with
:.nerai io fonaion. written by~ aI reachan!t
nenI in a tyle thatt StepS OtSmL '.'thie old
it and '-Cworn-out. beatten) paths.
Te Ehditoriais wxill bear upon the leadmng
tonesaind issues of the day.
Marr iageS and Deathls will he pu~b!hd
?'ee 01 chartge.
Our- Ativertisinlg Rates will beph i>i t
ures to low as to create th.e wVonder why
thex hae hjeret ofore been -;o high. A t.o
hs. hiowever, we will say that in e(-OpeUlt
tiol iS Zhe secret, while the iuiek siX
pece is t-ter for our purposeS thani the
Wi As a ige Ed itionl wxill be issued tile
iirst weekc. and: circuzlatesi every where
thtoughou:t theo County, it would be tihe pa.
of islom if our merchants, moreC especiml
l. wouldO have thir buIsince. :1nnotlnee
The p:ren:-itrs xx without eg 4 i.:m are too
xell knoxn in this section and, mn fact.
throughout the State .to require turthier selt
itroduction,. to assure the readers of this
Irospect us. t hat a iirst-chuts papeCr, printed
in irs-en:t style. is in store for the small
figure of One Dollar and Fifty Cents.
Er 11 is desiredi and regneOrted that you
beiniR withI th~e First Numfbei. 1 conlvenien0t.
an ti:at yOdl 1 thtie f:? or, a! vou conclude
to ha:ve yo. r na:nle iplace' up llon ur Sub
srtiai qOksto) send or in inuch amouOtnt
0t ii Sbsripmtion by thle mu idie ot July,. giv
iug fuH add're's-. tns-riptioa< wijll bo ta
ken for Thtree Months. at U Cens: Si
Mot:5 ;?1 * Cents. and fo'r One \ e:r at
1 .5. D.1RR & PARME LE E.
Powcr Press P'rinters, S!MTER. S. C.
THE CARPENTEPS' JOY
THE BEST PENCI. EVER OFFEREU,
PRCE FIFTEEN CENTS.
Novelty Binders !
aio aia Organts.
1peca immr Offer.
f Little o :t.h lb i a. and Balance
Wheli; t'a:ton (o1ns In.
)1rin)g 1;c m,ouus t Jtiutne. .Juilv, August
i 1 Se;:em1b)., we ' ,e: h'ia:- and Or
, Ler W o o - ond-hand, t. resnoi
'e '.arti.:, at LtW ESi CASH PRICES,
310 CASH ON A N ORGAN.
325 CASi ON A PIANO.
.\,, ,h .ne is: THi:i:E MO.;TIS
i:> accnimo-i te rhose who can not pay
Cash in . 'aL, we wiL, during the
'Onmts of .i uc..1 Uty. August and Septem
1r, <ell at uar
)NE YEAR PLAN PRICE
As pcr P itee Lsr. :md rececve as follows:
910 CASH ON AN ORGAN.
25 CASH ON A PIANO.
t:ith one-third of the balance in Three
ionths, one-:hii:I in Six months, and the re
itainder in one year.
iese Offers are Good only until
October 1st, ISSI.
L. E1. NORUVCE, or
I<-Smaith Miusics House,
Jan. 29, 16-1y. GREENVILLE, S. C.
If you are a man Ifyouarea
of buines.weah- ian of 1ct
ened by the strain of terst . over
your duties avoid tiightt work- to
stimulants and us e tore brainncrveann
Hop B;tters. Wase. use Hop B.
Lf you are youn ^ and suffering from any in
discretion or du-ipa tion ; if you are ma
ried or single. old or otrn r, sufering from
poorhealth or languish ng on a bed of 8ic1
es-s, rei one
Whoever y oau are. Thousands dhe an
whenever you feet l. nually from some
that your systcm form f idne
needs cleansing. ton- diseaQe teat
or stimulating j have been preTen
withoutintorie:ting, *. bya timely use of
take Hop HopBitters
Have you dys- ":'
o fn t t h e t oo uC .
plit siea an absolute
a ure o uef of oiu,0
curedif youn nbaco,ro
Hop Bitters iljI
Ifyouar!esim. - Sodbyr
fowsitedirU NVE retr
savey AOU F
life.It has \ a C.
THE PENNINGTON HOUSE,
(Formerly the Mansion House,)
NEWBERRY, S. Ca
J911NL 3M. PEN NINGTON, Proprietor.
This popular ared conveniently located
hous haceen opened by tie present Pro
rri-or, who will spare no pains to make
hi gu -'e comfo2rtable. With rooms large,
'irvdleaan well furnished, a table sup
ie* withi :e best that can be had, polite
od ready attention on the part of his ser
van, he feels assured of giving satisfretionl.
Terms: $1 per Day; $12i.50 per Mouth.
June 22, %5 -tf.
"Land of the Sky."
THE GLOBE HOTEL,
HEND)ERSONVILLE, N. C.
C. C.. CHASE,_Proprietor.
ALTITUDE 2,252 FEET.
Every atnentiou1 promnisee and satisf'ac
Try the C-lobe.
Jun. 29, 26-tf.
SUMTER, S. C.
DARR & PARMELEE,
Fwo well-known PRA.CTIG AL PRINTERS,
ave started a First-class
BO0OK AND NEWSPAPER OFFICE
n Sumter, S. C., and with the aid of PoWEB
ra.s are prepared to execute any style
i prinited matter, in any color, at prices
unsurpassed by any office i;; the South.
Sumter. S. C., June 11, 1881. 25-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COM1MO0 PLEAS.
'homas S. Moorman, as Executor, &c., of
Rober t Moorman, dee'd., against Mary
A. Moormian, Robert Moorman, et a!.
By virtue of an order of the above Court,
hereby notify and require the creditors ot
e said Robert Moorm.t, dee'd., to render
'der oath and1 establish their demands
efore mue on or before the 10th day of
uzust ,A. D. 18S1.
SIL AS JOH NSTONE, Master.
July 9, 1881. 28-4t.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Tis. ne and elegant flouse, wis,h all
nodern imuprovemenlts, is niow open for the
recpt1ou o: guests.
S. L. WRIGHT & SON,
Mr. 19, 12-t Pro rietors.
ASUPERIOR LOT OF
Ah1ar .iSon hand at
J. T.AYLOR'S REPOSITORY,
:'!oa' M. Foot &~ -o'. on opposite side.
*Gl aid look at thtem. For sile by ^
TAYLOR & CLINE.
Li . 9, 10-17.v
'Tunft's Arctic Soda