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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1881
IxDIX TO Naw ADVERTIsEXENTS.
W. H Whitlock-Notice.
J. B. Fellers-Probate Sale.
Silas Jobnstone-Master's Sales.
John T. Peterson-Land for Sale.
E. C. Longshore-Coroner's Sale.
Hunt & Singleton-Cotton Brokers.
*adiiea & Bates-Pianos and Organs.
Peiham's Drag Store--C6tton Booming..
A. C. Jones-For the Christmas Holidays.
J. H. Estill-The Savannah Weekly News.
Charles D. Burton-Valuable Land for
J. R. Thompson, Adm'r.-Administrator's
A. S. Barnes & Co.-In Memoriam Gar
Thomas P. Rav-Notice of Final Settle
Dr. J. A. Berley-School Hon3e and Lot
Albert J. Gibson-Notice of Sale Under
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
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O?ce hours from 8 A. M. to e 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P.M
Newlerry, S, C,, May 16, 1881.
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This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
to*eg & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bn
rean (la Spruce St..) where advertisin con
tracts m'y be made for it in ew ork.
Mr'L & pBowers, post. master at
?rosperty is our anu.horud ageuL at
00 fmww V,01-of Dr. T. B.
K en p ' .night4hin
Sih, o-3l jdied
Mr. a iL sonef Mr. W. C.
Parkee Rtion, faiely of New
berry, :zii.Teaday, gth instant, of
4,.G -fmaof Dr.
E. ~.A. Carlisle,
of ' y, dis5 atyhihome near
Goshen Hill, Union Cowity, the nidtL
af h amstant. -
A"'tbre ear old son of J. G. Me
-tants; Esq., of Winnsbort', died at Mr.
T. S. oorman's, in Newberry, Mon
-day night. while Mrs. McCants was vis
iking her sister Mrs. Moorman.
FreshGoshen Batter at 35 cents.
gg_tf A. C. JONES.
Nlew Chapel Church.
The Rev. T. G. Herbert, of Samter,
the old pastor of New Chapel Church,
will preach in that church Sunday, the
11th inst. This itpformation will afford
gratification to the many friends of this
gg Go to H. A. BURNS' for your Plaic
and French Candy, Nuts and Fruits. 37-t1
The attlention of farmers is direele
to the advertisement in another columr
ojfMr. W. H-. Whitlek, thp-agent oj
-the- Aultmau- & Taylor Engines, Sai
Mill!! and Threshers, of which.he has
sold $7,575 wort~ in'tbe~ last tw<
months, a proof of their great merit.
~"Bay the best Smoking Cigars .on
tbs market from A. C. JoNES. 41.-if
On the night of the 1st instant, in the
pine thiekets near Jeff Walker's boaas
a straw hat very.much the . worse foJ
..ear and worjpi about five cents.- The
ewraer cat hate it by callin -on Cn
sble~obt.T.Cldwell or Grif. Wil
liaois, proying property and paying fol
SI ots wanit a good Cigar, call or
~.&&BURNS. . - -t
srzer iPent Ht npFe-h
benedt of the Young Men's Christiar
Association on Tuesday evening, th<
13th inst..in Temperance Hall, undea
The ladies will please send their con
tributionas to the above named Hall oi
Tuesday morning, of.the 13th.
Steored, Fried -ad Raw, aL A. C. JONES
after the 18di OctolSer. 41-if.
gg:Fea. ice- 4lrgevaLriety of Chew
ing and Smoking Tobacco, go to
? tf - . A. BURNS'.
Thr s no disguising the fact,tha
C&dttn ero o tisCounty is oi
to be decidedly short. The receipts uj
to the -1st instant amount to 9,163 bales
against 12,251 for the same period las
~,pr-a falling off-of3,08& bales. $i
'stiowing taken in-connection with th<
fact that cotton has -been rushed int
j-girta faser than usual this yea
-niaTres us fearful that our estimate c
-15000bales, or 34do acrop, will no
be each. ___
gg Go to H. A. BURNS' for some c
those-fine new Family Mackerel,.heads an
- Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., hel
its annual election Monday night. Tb
.fllowing are the oficeers for the enst
T -.JO. Peoples,W.'M.
E'Av~iA Sehnlti S.. W.
A LARGE AND FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Suitable for ol-i and young.
Gold and Silver Watches,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Come and make your %election in:time
my pric. s suit the times.
ED UAID SCHOLTZ,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
t>-.-. 1, 48--3t.
Buy Choice Fruits
Of all kinds from A. t. JONES. 41-tf.
The Christian at Work,
Is the title of a fine, large qnarto pa
per. a copy of which has been a regular
visitant at our office until within a few
weeks past, the loss of which in that
time has caused much regret in our
family circle. Last week it came to
hand fresh and interesting as of old,
and was hailed as a lost friend. We
take occasion to thank the proprietor,
Mr. J. N. Hallock, for the Christian ri
Work, it being one of the best religious
p:apers we receive, and cordially recon
mtd it to all people of every denomi
nntion. For the young people especial-.
ly is it recommended as a paper which
will benefit them. We hope to receive
it regularly hereafter. Address for sub
scription, J. N. Hallock, 216 Broadway,
New York, with $3 enclosed.
Buy Canned Goods,
Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco,
from A. C. JONES. 41-ti.
g Go to f. A. BURNS' for Horsford's,
Sea- Foam. Sea Spray; P?tapgeo and Star
Mills Baking Powders. a7-tf
Light for the Opera House.
The Town Council vesterday reado a
contract with Mr. E. C. -Pliner, of
Columnbia, for lighting the Opera House
with gas. The machine to be used is
oto invented and patented severalyears
ago by Mr. Plnmer,. and is known as
the "Columbia Portable Gas Machine."
The gas is made from gasoline, and af
fords a brilliant light, ,one light being
equal to about twenty-seven candles.
The cost of running the machine, after
it is started, is about the same as for
kerosene and lamp chimneys.
Mr. Phumer begins work Monday,
and will couaplete the job in about a
month. The contract is as follows:
For 1 30-light machine, - $250 00
For Piping for entire building
*(820 ft.,) - - - - 164 00
For Rellectors for scenery, 25 00
For Stop-cocks and handles, 15 00
For Freight, - - - 15 00
Total, - - .$469 00
Those languid, tiresome sensations,
causing you .to feel scarcely able to be
on your feet; that constant drain that is
taking from your system all its elastici
ly;' driving the bloom from your cheeks;
that conxtinuanl strain upon your vital
force. rendering you irritable and fret
fu,. can easily be removeid by the use
<f that 'marvelous remedy, Hop BRiters.
I rri.;rula&ri tes and obhstructions of your
sn t1m are relieved at once, while the
special cause ofillriodical pain is per
aij:enjtk ly flmovedI. Will you heed
gg" Go to H. A. BURNS' for a choice
lot of Pipes and Smokers' Articles, espe
cially the Shuck-mouth Cigarettes. 37-&f
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula,
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call oni 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
1 have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
in mny family for several years, and can
recomniend 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. PEI.
HAM. . 5-ly.
p@ Go to H. A. BURNS' for Potatoes
a- ri flest-Organ at Eduiard Scehoitz's.
THOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald office
gg Go to H1. A. BURtNS' for your L un
dry Soap, Starch and Blueing. 3'7-tf
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
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 arid save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf . HERALD BOOK STOR~E.
The Columbia Register will be club
ifdi5 the HEWDr as follows: WMelc
yJRegister and HERAu $3.50, !Zri.
eekTyj Begister and-HizRam $5, .Daily
B egister and HERA&w $8.75.
The Weeklty Yeoman and H ERALD at
SSmith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
-rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rhematism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
two great remedies will cure you?
FroarCO. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's
SExpectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son had been a great sufferer fron
~Spasmodic Group during the night. Dr.
Chene^y, about two years ago, prescribed
for him his Croup Preventive, which has
most i-a os c~.md him. I find il
Exhibition, now being held at Atlanta
is attracting the attention of the whole
world. At the same time Pelham's Ex
hibition of X-mas and Holiday Goods is
and attracting the attention of every
one round and about.. The cause of all
this is the simple fact that he has bought
what is best suited to the wants of the
people and sells them
prices that defy competition. Fine
Toilet and Bureau Sets, Vases, Photo.
and Auto. Albums, elegant Lamps of
every kind, from
to $10, Pearl Card Cases, Fine Papete
ries. Fragrant Colognes, Puff Boxes,
Soaps, Diaries for '82. Largest selec
tion of X-mas and New Year Cards,
and all like goods sold so close as to
Newberry Perfectly Wild !
A cordial invitation is extended to all
to come and examine our stock. Lar
gest. cheapest and prettiest ever brought
to Newberry. Remember-no trouble
to show goods. Come before the grand
rush, and don't forget the place.
Erais fE STORE
Dec. 8, 49-1t.
'The Smokey Town School
At Bethel Church closed its first year
under Mrs. Jane Long's administration
Wednesday, the last day of November.
The year has been a very successful
one. Mrs. Long missed only one day
out of-the 200-that was the day of the
big barbecue-and this day she made
up. The Smokey Town people appre
ciate a good school, and are properly
awake to the importance and the duty
of educating their children. Notwith
standing the drought -this year, by
whith they suffered very severely, their
interest in their school was in no wise
diminished, and on the last day they
came forward and paid their teacher
thefull amount of her salary, lacking
Mrs. Long opened her school again
Monday, having taken only two days
vacation. The school would not. have
opened again until January, but she
teaches now, while the free schools are
running, in order that her patrons- may
get the benefit of the school fund..
Those who have used Coussens' Corn
pound. Honey of Tar, unqualifiedly as
ser-t that it is unequaled as a cure for
Coughs, Colds, and all diseases of thie
Throat and Lungs. It is, deservedly,
the most popular cough remedy in the
country, because it is never failing.
Price 50 cents a bottle. White's Cream
White Vermifuge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. WV. E. Pelbam.
Christmas Presents for Musical People.
Organinas, the new musical wonder,
$10; Accordeons $1 to $25, Music
Boxes $1.50 to $5, Musical Albums $5
to $10, Harmonicas 5 cents to $5, Vio
lir,s $1.50 to $100, Guitars S3 to $75,
Flutes $1 to $50, Banjos $1 to $15,
Tamborines, Cornets, Fifes, Flutes, Har
monicas, Music Folios, Piano Stools
and Covers, Music Books, Metronomes,
Toy Cornet, Drums, and all kinds-of
noise-producers. $50,000 stock. Low
est prices South. Satisfaction guaran
teed. Articles not satisfactory can be
returned. Large 40-page Catalogue
free of charge. Address Ludden &
Bates' Southern Music House, Savan
Sniffles Home Again.
Yes, home again, after knocking
about hither and yon for the last three
months, and you had better believe I
feel so glad that I can almost taste it,
and I would like if the hnndreds of the
readers of the HERALD could feel as I
feel, and never felt before in im.y life,
except the time I first. took.Betsy to my
arms in all her beautiful, blushing maid
enhood as my wife. That is not what
S- want to talk about now,.though. I
have a model barber shop on my brain.
One .where you can be .shaven and
shorn, shampooed, brushed and boots
blacked by steam machinery ; that's the
kind I want, your slow motioned bar
bers don't suit me. Did you ever see
one in a hurry? I never did. Well, I
went into one of these shops the day I
arrived with a beard a week old, was in
the biggest kind of a hurry; two young
fellows were in ahead, both having
their heads trimmed, or rather their
hair, they had a heap of wool 'and it
took a powerful time and I got very
tired, and started to leave when the
barber nearest me asked me to wait,
that he would soon be through. I
waited until the shearing was done and
thought my turn had come, but if you
believe it, both of them wanted their
mustaches dyed. Now that is. an ope
ration which takes time and which suits
a barber who has any dignity about
him. First the dye has to be rubbed on,
then it has to be fanned, then a little
more dyeing and a little more fan, then
more dye, until I was ready to die my
self, then the young man has to go to
the basin arid be washed, then he comes
back and is wiped, then fanned again.
at this juncture I thought I discovered
the fellow nearest me showed signs of
wanting his boots off and thinking he
would have his corns pared and his toe
nails trimmed, I got up and left with
out a shave. Now I ask if that was not
too much, and if a first class shop where
things can be done in a hurry is not es
sential. I only ask for information.
An Extraordinary OfferA Book Free.
The publisher of that well-known
journal, the Savannah Weekly News,
p)roposes to give to all new subscribers
who send in their names (with the price
of the paper for one year, $2.00,) before
the 1st of January, 1882, and all sub
scibers who renew before that date, a
copy of any one of the novels of the
-Morning Ne ws Library,' free of charge.
These Serials are written by Southern
authors and are printed in handsome
quai-to form, in excellent style and on
good paper-. The Weekly News is a
mammoth paper, and ranks with the
best journals in the Union. This pre
mium offer also extends to that able
Mr. J. N. Martin left Monday for the
Representative Jno. C. Wilson spent
Sunday and Monday at home.
Maj. Peter Hair. of Greenville, is
visiting his son Capt. J. S. Hair.
Messrs. R. L. McCaughrin and C. H.
Snher spent last week at the Atlanta
Mr. Stapleton, of New York. who
has bought a great deal of cotton here
this season, returned home last week.
We acknowledge with pleasure a
visit from Mr. J. N. Robson, one of
Charleston's most accomplished and
genial merchants. Mr. R. never fails
to pay his respects when in town.
Mr. P. F. Cotter was in town during
the past week canvassing for the new
edition of the Encyclopedia Britanica,
comprising 21 volumes, the best ency
clopedia ever published. He sold ten
copies in Newberry.
Gen. E. Y. Fair, who left Newberry
forty-five years ago, and whose home is
in Montgomery, Ala., is on a visit to
his old home. He is the only survivor
of eleven children; eight brothers and
two sisters. We are pleased to say that
the General is looking vigorous and
Truth is Mighty.
If you would experience relief from
all annoyances arising from an inactive
Liver, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
stomach, etc., use Portaline, or Tabler's
Vegetable Liver Powder, a never fail
ing remedy for those disorders. It will
save an incalculable amount of suffer
ing. Price 50 cents. White's Cream
White Vermifuge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
A considerable quantity of land was
sold last Sale-day.
The Master sold the following: Silas
Johnstone, Master, vs. Wm. B. Oxner,
foreclosure-72 acres in Maybinton
bought by Mrs. S. E. T. Chick at $70;
a lot and storehouse in Maybinton,
bought by Mrs. Margaret Bynum at
Margaret Spearman vs. Chesley D.
Spearman, foreclosure - 240 acres,
bounded by lands of Travis Hill, Jack
son Teague and estate of Graves Spear
man-bought by Mrs. Margaret Spear.
man at $3,000.
Thos. S. Moorman, Ex'or., vs. Mary
A. Simkins and others-lot No. 1, 63
100 acre, to Thos. S. Moorman at $51;
Lot No. 2, 1 1-2 acres, to R. L. Mc
Caughrin at $80; ot No. 3, 2 acres, to
R. L. McCaughrin at $100-these lots
lie within the incorporate limits of New
Wmn. Langford and,Geo. A. Lang
ford, Ex'ors., vs. Spencer P. Baird
townlot fronting on Pratt Street and
otherwise bounded by lands of estate of
C. I. Harris, Carwile Street and lands
formerly owned by Julius B. Smith,
containing 544 square yards-to T. C.
Pool at $305.
Jno. G. Piester and Jas. B. Aull,
Ex'ors., vs. Eliza A. Piester and others
400 acres known as the "Miller Tract,"
bounded by estates of D. B. Piester;L.
E. Folk, Henry Burton and by Heni'y
M. Hunter-to JohnTG. Piester at SS,
Thos. A. Floyd and wife -vs. Wn'i.
W. Miller and others-497 7-10 acres.
bounded by lands of Wmn. Langford, G.
W. L. Spearman and others-to Thos.
A. Floyd and wife at $2,100.
Win. C. Sligh, Trustee, &c., vs. Cor
nelia G. Greneker and others-"Home
Place" of Mrs. Elizabeth A. Sligh, dec'd,
195 acres to Elia Slighi, Edgar Sligh
and Chrissie Sligh at $1,600; 169 3-5
acres to Mrs. Amelia Sligh at $900;
77 2-5 acres to Thos. F. Greneker at
Fannie N. Baxter, Adm'x. vs. Lucy
W. Baxter and others-Springfield
Tract No. 1-65 acres, bounded by D.
S. Johnson. Mrs. T. F. Harmon snd
No. 2-to P. J. Stephens at $1,200;
Springfield Tract No. 2-80 .acres,
bounded by D. S. Johnson. Mrs. T. F.
Harmon, Kinard's Ferry Road and No.
2-to G. G. DeWalt at $1,105; Ceme
tery Tract in the following lots: Lot
No. 1, 53 1-2 acres, to W. B. Aull at
S1:505; Lot No. 2, 58 acres, to Geo. S.
Mower at $1,600; Lot No. 3, 11 acres,
to R. L. McCaughrin at $555; Lot No.
4, 5 acres, to R. L. McCaughrin at $205;
Lot No. 6, 7 1-5 acres, to Geo. S. Mow
er at $265; Lot No. 7, 7 1-5 acres, to
Geo. S. Mower at $330.
The Probate Judge sold the follow
ing: Ella C. Chappell vs. Robt. E. Wil
liams and 6tbers-450 acres, bounded
by lands of Mrs. Susan C. Irwin, Jno.
B. B3oazmzan, Win. -W. Wallace and
Sam'l McGowan-to Geo. T. Reid at
gg A fine selection f- Canned Goods,
at H. A. BURNS'. 37-tt
Various and all'A bout
Christmas is coming.
Land brought good prices Monday.
Mr. E. C. Simkine is as happy as a
big sunflower. - It's a boy.
Trial Justice Fair has his office now
in the new. Council Rooms.
Mr. Jno. S. Fair has moved into the
late residence of Maj. Baxter.
Next to a clear conscience, for solid
comfort, give ns an easy boot.
The Council held its first meeting in
their new Hall Thursday night.
Mr. H. W. Suber, formerly of New
herry, died in Richland County on the
Advertise your Christmas and New
Year's goods, and let the people know
you have them.
If you want a good, lively paper,
bring in two dollars to the editor of the
Short accounts of little things trans
piring over the County respectfully so
licited at this office.
A drove of hogs came in Thursday,
price 7 1-2 cents. The weather is too
warm for investment.
The members of the Newberry Rifle
Club are requestedl to meet at Thespian
Hall next Monday nigbt.
Whiskey will rob matny a child of
Christmas presents. Santa Claus never
visits the rum-drinker's hovel.
School Commissioner Boozer has
removed his office into the room ad
joining Mr. Mower's law office.
The Columbia Regi.~t.er isinforme~
and to put in a bid for lighting it with
Mr. Fred Nance has a fine drove of
hogs at Myers & Dickert's Stables.
Take them altogether they can't he
Again are we under obligations to
Mr. Jr. 0. Meredith, and this time for a
goodly basket of pindars, raised on his
The barrooms must have been large
ly patronized Monday, judging from the
number. of people who had evidently
taken too much.
We hear very little now-a-days of the
Revised New Testament. The minis
ters in this section all ::ing to the old
edition in their pulpits.
A St. Paul druggist has sold thirty
six pounds of chalk to one young lady
during the past two years. She eats it
to make her white.
Mr. W. W. Houseal moves this week
into the house opposite the College be
longing to Gen. Koon and lately occu
pied by Jno. S. Fair, Esq.
If you want any Job Printing, such
as cards, plain or fancy, letter or bill
heads, circulars or posters, leave your
orders at the HERALD Office.
The ladies are preparing for a hot
supper the night of the 15th inatant, to}
be given for the benefit of the Young
Men's Christian Association.
Jndge Pressly will preside at the
Spring Term of the Circuit Court;
Judge Cothran at the Summer Term;
and Judge Wallace at the Fail Term.
Several parcels and tracts of land ad .
vertised for sale last Sale-day were not
sold, but will be sold Sale-day in Janu
ary. The advertisements appear in this
The new guard house under the op
era House was occupied the first time
the night of the 30th u.timo by a young
man who had taken a little too much t
sugar in his'n.
The fellow, who by mistake, sent bis i
auburn-haired sweeth eart instead of a
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup a bot
tie of hairdye, wants to know the best i
way to commit suicide.
The uniform of the Newberry Rifles I
will be gray pantaloons, blue coat and I
cap. The trimmings will be white and E
btff; the apaulettes will be white. The
price of the uniform will be $24.
We invite the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of the Buckeye
M'f'g Co., Marion, Ohio, in another col
umn. They offer rare inducements to 3
earn an honest living. 28-Gm.
. The following delegates from this
County are attending the State Grange a
Meeting at Columbia this week: S. A.
Hunter, W. D. Hardy, Dr. D. H. Werts,
Thos. W. Holloway and J. N. Lips
The steam engine of Mr. James Sar
tor b)urst near Santuc. Union County,
Wednesday, the 30th ultimo, while em
ployed in ginning cotton. Mr. Sartor
and three colored men were severely
The young men of Mayb,inton, and
some of the older ones too, enjoy them
selves Saturday afternoons in playing
the good old game of Town Ball. A
match game will take place soon be
tween a party from Maybinton and a
party from Feasterville, Fairfield Coun
An old detective says :-"If I desired
to train my son for a detective, I would
first make him a newspaper reporter;
that, beyond any other business, is the
business that make's stupid men smart,
ordinary men able, and capable men
brilliant; and what an experienced re
porter cannot detect is not worth de
Jeff Walker, colored, who was con
victed at the November Terw. of the
Circuit Court of stealing grain from the
field and was sentenced to three months
in the County Jail, escaped the 1st in
stant. Messrs. R. T1. Caldwell and
Grif. Williams went out in search of
him that night and found him at his
-wife's bouse. After an exciting foot
race in the pines by moonlight Jeff was
declared the winner and took the stakes.
The dwelling-house of Mr. Jno. WV.
Payne, in Edgefield County, one mile
from Chappell's Depot, was burned
down the nig'ht of the 25th ultimno. The
house was occuipied at the time by Mr.
Webb. Mr. Webb was absent when
~the fire occurred, and lost all his furni
ture, bedding and wearing apparel, and
one of his children came near being
burned up in the ic,:se. Triere seems
to be no doubt that the fire was incen
diary, The house was insured; but
Mr. Webb had no insurance.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters !
Fresh Norfolk Oysters, fresh Fish, Ham,
Eggs and Hot Coffee, served in the very
best style, at my Restaurant on Main Street.
all hours of the day an d until 9 to 10 o'cloa
at night. A. 0. JONES.
WADLEY, EMANUEL Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attefrding the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Carine.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 bad
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cnre mue,
until I used your Star Curine, which has
cured a remasrkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I am yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELHAM. 50-ly
The "Lake Place," containing about
Three Hundred and Fifteen Acres, lying
about two miles and a half from Newberry
The "Sligh Place," containing about One
Hundred and Eighty Acres, lying about tw~o
miles from Newberry G. H.
The "Hair Place," containing about Three
Hundred and Ninety Acres, lying about a
mile and a half from Newberry C. H.
The "Home Place," whereon John S.
Hair now lives, containing about Sixty
seven Acres and one-half, lying within the
corprate limi!s of the Town of Newberry.
TERMS E ASY. Apply to
A. J. KILGORE.
A COW WANTED.
Any one having a good MILCIH COW
for sale can find a purchaser by applying
at the HERALD OFFICE..
Dec. 1, 48-.3t.
24business now b)elore the public.
UV IYou ca aemne atra
can make money faster at
_ .u:eo CoiighS, Colds,
- ni r thle relief of
- p -Sin al an ced
e Dise.se.For Sale
S--Pr ie, 25 cents.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Doc. 7, 1881
rdinar .. .................... i a10
,ow Middling ................. ....101a 10,E
:iddling .. .......................10sa10:;
r:ud Middling .....................10op11and
Newberry Prices Current.
3y J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime Niew.. .... 6j a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.... 9
Sides, C. R., New.... ....... a I11
RY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New ..............
Sides, C. R., New........... a 1
Sides, Long Clear........... a 11
Uncanvassed Hams........ 16
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) IS
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 15
Leaf. in Buckets............. 18
Crushed....... ....... 14
Granulated Standard..... .. 121a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 1c
Yellow ....................... 10
New Orleaus................... 10
New Orleans Syrul. .n
New Or'eans Molas.,e.
Cuba Molasses.... ...
Sugar House Molesses. 07
Gunpowder .................. 1.5
Young Hyson................... 1.u
Roasted or Parched... 25
Best Rio. ............... 20a
Good Rio............... 16a20
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted.. ............... ... 1.20
DAP........................... 5a 10
rARCH......................... 6a 12
;AR CANDLES................ 15
EARL HOMINY.................. 4
ONCENTRATED LYE....... .. . C1
~NGLISH SODA................. 10
~ORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
~EA FOAM BAKING POWDER 25
XLE GREASE................ ..-10
03ACCO....................... 60a 1.25
ALS(10) kei.......-........... 4.50
.RROW TIES, per bunch. ......... 2 00)
PLICED ARROW TIES........ 1 5
~ED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
~ED OATS-per bu.......... .... 75 80
~IMOTHY HAY.................... 2 0&
A nice assortment of CROCKERY am
LASSWARE just received and for sale by
W. T. WRIGHT,
Who still has only a few of those CBE AI
TOVES left. Gall quick if you want one
Who still contmnues to carry CIn the TIN
USINESS in all its branichls, anid keeps
ull line of
[inware and Stoves.
And last, though not least, who will dc
LI the ROOFING, GUTTEF.ING and othe:
OB WORK he can get, just as cheap as hi
n afford it. Mar 28,.47-hy
Will rent, to an early applicant,- the pLan
ation belonging to the esti.e of S. C. Mer
W. ERNEST MERCilANT.
Dec. 1, 48--2t".
. N. Robson & Son~
aNDi DEALiRS IN.
68 EAST BAY.
-CBARLESTON, November, 9 1881.
At the commencement of another bus.
ness year we acknowledge with pleasur
he patronage and confidence of our plan
ROBSON'S COT TON AND CORN FERTILZER,
ROBSON'S COMPOUND ACID PHOSPH ATE,
bave given very gratifying satisfaction. Ou
Uotton and Corn Fertilizer is of the. bighes
standard. It contains amonig other valua
ble ingredients 3 per cent. of Ammronia, I
per cent, of Potash, 16 per cent. of wvaili
le Phosphate. Having been among thi
first to introduce Guano in this State, wi
can confidently refer to our planting f rient
that during the series of years we have sol
them Manures we have always given a pur
article. Every Manure is tested. We o
ler the above Fertilizers for cash, time <
Planters orderiug immediately will be a
lowed to thme 1st of April to decide whie
they prefer, cash or time. An order for
arload of ten tons will be sent free of dra.
age, for a less amount $1 per tot: will 1
Nov, 17, 46-2m.
Nien of Final ettlemen!
j THE .E BEitRYIID O
TRGT & JIW.OPPOtS
FILL jifI WINTER SUITS
In all Grades
And All Prices.
Undergarments of all kinds
SIlLIiS, 'ND RV SiS, DRiAWES, SOCKS.
A be^.utiful assortment of
Cravats, Collars, Suspenders, &c.
HArS : I HATS : HATS :
In Straw, Feit at:<i Silk, all colors and
s.vyte: and very haidsoUe.
G eutlemeu's a nd Youths' Shoes
TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
In -hort eveery article usu;lv kepi in a
first class Clothiiin Store, at living prices.
An exami:,atio: of our s:ock is respect
fully solicirtd. We guaran:ee satisfaction
in all goods sold.
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK.
May 4, IS-tf.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Sc.
A FREE SHOW!
I have now oper.ed my small but well
seleced stock of e
D[r goods and rcuries1
Bacon, Meal, Flour.
Lard, Molasses, Sugar,
Coffee, Rice, Salt,
Mackerel in cans and barrels,
Canned Goods of all descriptions,
Candy, Crackers, lakes,
Cheese, Raisins, Apples,
Oranges, &c., &c., &c.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
UNEXCELLED IN PRICE.
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
-Bed-Ticking, Sh!irtinIg. Prints, Jeans,
Homespurs, Hosiery and Notions.
IHAvi- ALSO OS nAND,
Kerosene Oil, Soap, Starch, Lye,
Spices, Candles, Tobacco, Segars,
And a large lot of Pipes.
My stock is small, as my means are lim
ited ; but small profits and quick sales is
my motto, and business is what I mean. I
buy cheap and intend to sell cheap, having
no rent to pay and no clerks to hire. I
live at home and board at the same place:
Come and give me a call, and I guarantee:
satisfaction. Again I announce this
FREE SHOW !
My son, D. A. RUSSELL, is with me and
will politely' wait oniy who may give me:
a call, and will take great pleasure is show-.
in Lnyad all of my goods, and will make
oriesto u if possible'Iwl be fouind
onPatStreet, between M. Foot's estab
lishmient an,d the Depot. Respectfully,
J. S. RUSSELL.
Nov. 3, 44-3m.
"TP. C. W. 0. I."
HO\F THlE PEOPLaE JRDI\fD
'Tis no wondi, for 'he fatcts are patent,
when their stcre is filled withi a full line of
Lamps and Lamp .Goods,
Anid in facet all artichls belonging to a well
Legitimately Kept Drug Store.
All of which are being sold at such prices
that the people will come, and the cash
must flow. Being thus fully armed and
equipped, and backed with a i ractical ex
perience of years, our establishment- offers
attractions secondi to none.
Efg Physicians' Prescriptions
a Specialty. BR
MAYBIN & TARRANT,
SDruggists and Pharmacists.
-Nov. 24, 47-t f.
P90R il0IS FRM
Sealed bids will be received by the un
dersigned until I10 o'clock, A. M., on Tues
e day, December 20thn, next, for the rent for
the year 1882, of so much of the Poor
s House Farm as lies on tie North side of
the public highway runni.'g through the
samec. F. WEi'BER, JL.,
Dec. 1. 48-3t - G lerk C. . N. C.
a LIvERY lesTeLe N9Tlesro
a r.:v: z. ~ H sse the uc-ier tls take
er I>Ieur ii. mforming the pnhubib taey
iC)l4yr kee zmF~rIT tCL A SS . h te
Dry Goods and .otions.
Bi H. CLINE & g
Consisting of the following goods :
I)omestic Plaids and Stripes,
SILK AND SATINS.
BLEACHED AND BROWN
Sheetings and Shirtings,
Eed and White Flannels,
Jelveteens and Silk Velvet,
Ladies' Silk Handkerchiefs,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Polite and courteous attention given t6
avery visitor, whether purchaser.or not.
BEN. H. OLINE &r 00.
Sp. 21, 38-tf. -
Pianos and Organs.
S.n .80ZR& '
F o .01% 10 I,
Rersnig h ooengsrn n
relabe omanes fo mnyyers-mthe
Agnc o he lteMj. ane,t
Lieroo ad ononan. obeIsr
ToTA AS$ES OVE $ L,000
teed. SBOep. &4 S3-Nm.
THRE LJARGJE STE~,
Repreent T K f ollwn t 'n
lal Cmanis frman yas h