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oc and Special.
WAY, FEB. 10, 1886.
EATH OF MAJOR GENERAL HAN
Maj. Gen. Hancock died at Governor's
aad, New York, yesterday about 3
ock, of diabetes, after an illness of
"Iess than two weeks. - A. C. J.
Y-pa want a Valentine for I cent or
go to Caston & Hunt's.
_To rent, a cottage with 7 rooms, good
-i dn, pasture, orchard, well of water,
Ifout I mile from town. C. L. Havird.
will send the HERALD AND NEWS
3cad the Charleston Weekly-News and
paruer for three months. tf.
-,uWe for Sale.
~ Wawlibave for sale ano:her lot of
Cyugales the last of this week
frst of-uext. J. P. & T. C. POOL.
Try Level Best Flour, live dollars per
at WHEELER & MOSELEY'S,
Leaders of Low Prices,
&.a. Prosperity, S. C.
To Our Friends at Prosperity.
.Leave your orders for the HERALD
A-W *NEws with Mr. Allen M. Wyse at
the store of Wise Bros., who is our au
thorized agent at that place. tf.
To be had at the HERALD BOOK STORE
Red and White just received and for
ale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
pposite the Postoffice. 1-6
-Chance for a Bargain.
Wishing to make a change in my busi
9es 1 will sell my entire stock of Goods.
Store Fixtures, &c., at a bargain. Any
onewishing to engage in the mercantile
business cannot End a better selected
s ochkof goods in any store. and a greater
. Terms easy, store rent low.
B. H. LOVELACE.
ZW0 persons to call at the drug store of
W. E. Pelham for a sample package of
*,.aot's best liver pills free. Each 25c.
x contains 28 to 30 pills and the dose
i frm I to 3, making them the cheapest
as well as tha best liver pill made. For
sale by druggists and merchants dealing
-in drugs. The sample packages are f-ee,
W.E Pelham, who.esale agent. 2-3
14a One Donar.
"IWe will send you every week for six
mouths the HERALD AND NEWS con
- taiIng thirty-two columns of news and
reading matter and the .Charleston
'WOokly News and Courier with seventy
-two columns filled with the choicest
news lobe found in any Daily or Week
:.ly published. tf.
Pieture Frames at Chapman's.
Wood's Odontine for the teeth, formu
la of Dr. T. T. Moore. Sole proprietor
and manufacturer, Lewis G. Wood,
harleston, S. C.
1.Fresh Garden Seed and Onion Sets at
1-2--tf. J. S. RUSSELL'S.
Buist's New Crop Garden Seeds for
sale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
~opposite the Postoffice. 1-6
The largest stock of School Books in
SNe-wberry is at Caston & Hunt's.
Florida Oranges, cheap, at
1-27-tf. J. S. R USSEL L'S.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary for
$10.50 at Caston & Hunt's.
Write to Dr. Fant, Robertson, Pelham
Sor any druggist, enclose 25 cents and a
boxof Wood's Odonltine will be sent you.
~A horse, mule and wagon for sale
Scheap by J. S. RUSSEL L.
iFamily Bibles at Chapman*s.
Pure Pork Sausage, and Pickles in
Fbarrels, at J. S. RUSSELL'S.
StatMionery,~ good, and at low price, at
SThe Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Messrs. Geo. and Jake Huiet, of E dge
6i feld, were in the city on Monday look
inlg after the Narrow Gauge. Edgetield
has $60,000 subscribed, and it is said that
Augutawill subscribe $50,000, and.then
Swit $50,000 from Newberry, the Au
usta, Edoefield and Newberry Narrow
R.gueB.it. will be a reality assured.
Ths road will be extended from here
n to North Carolina, there to connect
with a system of narrow gauges, and,
when completed, will be the road of t he
State. If Newberry will arouse herself
and lay hold of her opportunities, she
bids fair to secure railroad connections
that will be worth something to her.
Moles for Sale.
We will have for sale another lot of
nice young mules the last of this week
or first of next. J. P. & T. C. POOL.
The 'Teachers' Association.
We had the pleasure of attending the
~Teachers' Association on last Saturday.
The meeting was not large in numbers,
but those present seemed to take an ac
ti-ye interest in the Association, and the
.discussions were full and good. Mr. J.
E. Caldwell read a good paper on the
Smodel school house.
Prof. Welch delivered an excellent
lecture on Penmanship. a h
- The Association will meet agai h
I frst Saturday in April, and by that time
the weather will be good, and it is hoped
every teacher in the county will be
present. The advisability of a Teach
ers' Institute of a week's duration has
.been spoken of for the summer, and we
hope will receive favorable action at the
hands of our teachers.
-. I will not disappoint you. It is the biest
artLee known for prifyig the blood and
bainding upthe heath and strength. For 25
ver,yteas broke out in blotches on mry
be!fud no cure until 1 used Parker's
~Tonic two ersago. It is the medicine for
,.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Enoxville,
ennm v-tes: *-My family an~d E' are bene
~o$~So our most excel'ent medicin-, Dr.
aN Zisseeryfor conisumnption ; hay
to be-all that you claim for i, do
-, ~tq gto its vir:ue. My f.iends to
-. 4~tbSTSreeomm,ended it, praise It at
~j~,Ccndi every fCton of
.*-fee at D). 8. F. Pant's Drug
Various and All About.
Court still in sesio:.
S::hool Books at Ciipman's.
See Master's Sales ir another column.
Embroiderv Patterns. Staniped, at
The third paymcnit on the fire tax is
now due. See notiee of Couneil.
Sentimentdl and Conic Valentines in
all varieties at Caston & Hun's.
Fine Cabbage and Ttrn')S just re
ceived from N. Y.. by J. S. RUSSELL.
Judge Ker:haw is nu-hing forward:hr
business of our Court, and everythi-g
L.ast Sunday was a lvely day. and
the congregations at the different
chu,ches were large.
Quinine, Compound Cathartic Pills
and other Family Medicin s at
1-57-tf. J. S. RUSSELL'S.
We publish the presentment of the
grand jury on our firLt page this week.
It was read last week too late for our
What do you think of buying a set of
Dickens' Novels (15 veis.) for $1t? Cas
ton & unnt will sell you a set for that
A new and boautifl tock of Lamps
of all descriptions vezy cheap at Robert
son's drug store, opposite the postofle.
Talking about cheap Stationery, Cas
ton & Hunt will sell you note paper at
5c. a quire, and give von eight packs of
Philip Epstin, of Columbia, is offer
irg rare bargains in clothing. Now is
your time to purchase. Your order sent
to him will receive prompt attention.
See ad. in another column.
The County Corm nissioners advertise
the letting of a contract for the building
of a bridge. See their notice. We also
call attention to their notice in another
column to road overseers in regard to
keeping the iblic highways the proper
A fresh lot of Barrel and Bottle Pickles
just received from the splendid house of
F. & J. Huing of Pa., given up to be the
best goods on the market. Barrel
Pickles at 7e. per doz.. Bottle Pickles
10c. each at the city store of B. H.
The opinion among the farmers, from
the inquiries we have made, seems to be
that the ont crop is pretty generally
killed. In some places they are re
planting but in. many cases the seed
cannot be obtained.
The Bijou Opera Company will appear
in our Opera House again on Saturday
inght in that beautiful opera the Mas
cott. Let every one who can, see this
company agair. Those who saw "Mi
kado" when the company passed through
here some time ago will not fail to see
There having been a change in the
law as to the time for selling lands upon
which taxes are not paid, the Treasurer
did not sell the lands advertised for
February. Those tracts that. h::ve not
been paid on will be sold saleday in
March. See notice of Auditor in another
Judge Kershaw in his charge to the
grand jury last week took occasion to
express his surprise that any man would
be willing to take his time from his pri
vate duties to accept the responsible
and unremunerative position of County
Commissioner. Well 'tis strange, but
then their "dear friends" and "the dear
people" always force these things upon
them, you know. No one need be dis
WHA'r Is A MAscorE.-A masaotte,
cording to the superstitions of the peas
ants of France and Germany, is a per
on who is horn, not to obtain good ior
une herself, but to bring it to others.
Wherever she goes happiness follows
er. Those whom she loves are des
ined to long life, honor, anid every bless
ng they desire. The mascotte is, in
short, the opposite of the unhappy be
ng, who, according to the same supersti
ion, is born with mal occhio, or the evil
ye, that curses all upon whom it looks.
When the German peasants think that
hey have discovered a true mascotte
among the children in a village, she is
reated as if she wie a princess in dis
uise. Gifts, caresses and dlattery fol
ow her all her life from those who hope
o win her good will and the consequent
Our account of the Court in our last
ssue was cut oil before the Sessions was
inished, as we go to press on Wednes
y morning, and the criminal business
as not tinished until near 12 o'clock
In the case of Job Cannon, found
uilty of manslaughter and recommend
d to mercy, the Judge sentenced him
o the penitentiary for three years.
In the case of Cal. Maynard anid Henry
Stevens, tried for cow stealing, an d in
hich there had been two mistrials, the
Solicitor noll prossed and the defendants
The Presentment of the Grand Jury
nd Special Orders were then heurd and
the Sessions Court was adjourned.
Owing to the small number of crimi
al cases, a considerable amount of
work was done on the civil side last
eek. Judge Kershaw is pushing busi
ess along very rapidly, and we hope
ur Court Calendars will be considlera
'The following jury eases were tried
ast week :
J. G. Williams, vs. David Richardson.
I'his was a suit on a note for a negro
old in 1859, and h:as been on: the docket
ora long time. Verdict for plaintift
Mary E. Harmon, vs Waliter W. Sum
mers. Verdict for plaiintiff for $383.03.
D. E. Hiipp & Co., vs. Joel B. Heller.
Verdict for plaintiff for $145.0').
David Hipp, vs. Joel B. Heller. Ver
dit for plaintiff for $352.S1.
Luther M. Long, vs. Jesse Dobbins,
et. ali. Appeal from Probate Court.
Queostion submitted to jury to determine
a hether Mrs. Juretta N. Dobbins left a
ill. The jury found that the paper
purporting to be a will was the will of
Jurt tta N. Dobbins.
R. C. Watts, vs. J. N. Martin & Wmn.
Langford. Verdict for plaint i!Tfor $185.
The Court met again on Monday and
organized the new juies with J. C. S.
Brown as foreman of one. and L. M.
Speers as foreman of the other. The
following jury cases with tihe verdicts
named have been tried, up to tile time
of going to press this, Wedne-day, mo:rn
Christina L. Sligh et. al. vs. WV. W.
Riser, Sheriff. Action for recovery of
two bal!es of cotton and damnages. This
ase was tried at last term of Court,
when the plaintiff obtained a verdict f'.r
the posses-ion of the co:ton and $32.50
damages. A new trial n\as granted by
Judge Witherspoon,anzd on the trial Mon
day a verdict was rendere,l for plaintiff
for the possession of the two bai es or $80
the value of the same, and $109 damages.
Wmn. S. Birge, vs. Rhoda and J. R.
Watts. Verdict for plaintiff for $431.50.
An Old Case.
The case of Williams vs Richardson
was heard at this term of the Court has
been on hand a long time. The case
was commenced by Maj. Baxter, and
Maj. Suber who succeded MIaj. Baxter
says it was one of those eases which he
inherited. Maj. Joauxs represented the
defendant. It wins a suit for the pay
ment of a not" given for- the purchase of
a negro in 1859. The note wth interest
amounted to about $1900. The jury
gave a verdict for about $900, and on the
jry hearing the case there was one neo
Moody and Sankey to Visit
C fRee of the UiraA LD D NEWS.
February 1th, 1sSO.
The Rev. Geo. A. Hall, who is arrang
ig the Southern tour for MesSrs. Moody
and SanKey. was in this city on the 2nd
and 3-d inst. On Tuesday evenihng a
conference of the pastors and laymen
was held at the reading room of the Y.
.U. C. A., when Mr. Hall explaiied to
those present the arrangements neces
sary to be made, and a ked, in view of
the labor required to do so, if they still
desired to have themn come to Columbia.
The call was renewed by a rising vote,
and the advisory committee and chair
men of other committees appointed to
prepare for the meeting. Moody -nd
Sank! ev visit but two places in the State.
Chrle.11szon and Columbia. They wii,
reach here on Monday morning, the 2Ith
of March. and will remain until Wed
neSday night, the 31st, three days. The
party will consist of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Noody and daughter and Mr. Ira D.
S e di"the sweet singer of America."
Thcy will iold six meetings, as follows:
Mouday, March 20th, at 3:"0 P. M.,
Monday, March 2h, at S P. M., (for;
Tueday, March %0th, at 3:30 P. 31.,
Tuesday, March Loth, at S P. 31., (for
Wednesday, March 31st, at 3::30 P. M.,
Wednesday, March 31st, at S P. M.,
The plan of admission will be by
tickets only. The pastors of lie differ
ent churches will be furnished tickits
in proportion to the size of their respect
ive congregations, who will distribute
them in such a manner as will give every
member of their congregation an oppor
'tunity to attend at least one of the ser
vices. There will be tickets in the hands
of the ex-Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
to supply strange-rs and persons not con
nected with the congregatiotis of the city
who may desire to hear Mr. Moody,
which will be distributed in the same
manner as the pastors, viz, so as to give
every one, if possible, an opportunity to
hear him at least one time while here.
There will be a special ticket for the
members of committees and the choir,
who will be admitted to all of the servi
Mr. 1looly desires to have as many as
one hundred and tifty voices in the choir,
to inclde the best. singers present, and
that members of the choir have a copy of
the Gospel Hymns, 1, 2, 3 and 4 consoli
dated, with music, and that every one in
the audience have a book with words.
Messrs. R. L. Bryan & Co. will order a
lot with words and music, and with
woi ds only. The small ones with paper
cover may be purchased for five cents,
the same, with muslin cover, ten cents.
He insists upon everyone having a book,
and requires the committee on music to
give them one when they refuse to buy.
The reason for requiring tickets of ad
mission is that everyone iay have an
opportunity to be present one time,
whereas if no provision of this kind,
those who could leave their homes
first wvould fill the house and deprive
a great number of the privilege
f hearing at all. The largest
house in the city (the opera house) will
only hold, sitting' and standing, about
1.00, and at the sia meetings, only 7,000
peopleC cotuld get in, and if this plan were
not adopted, the house might be crowded
with the same persons every time.
There is no charge for tickets, and here
let me say, that Mr. Moody never allows
a colle.tion to be raised at any of his
meetings for himself, lie makes no
charge. If the people are disposed to
present him with a purse they must
make it up before lie conmes, or outside
of the meetings. Mr. Hall told me that
if anything was done it should be done
by ;be committee on finance, and in
eluded in the general estimate of ex
penses for hall, books, etc. I was sur
prised t.o learn that Messrs. Moody and
Sankey have no income except what
the peo[le give theml where they
labor, and the amounts given average
but little above their current expenses.
He also mentionled the fact that Mr.
Sankey r'eceivedl nothing from the sale of
the Gospel Hymns, that .the entire
amount paid by the publishers for the
right to use them is donated by trustees
appointed for the management of this
fund to charitable purposes, andl that all
of their work is done for the purpose of
building up the cause of Christ as they
are passing by. Mr. Moody has a md
est house at Northfield, Mass., and Mr.
Sanker a similar one at Penna.
If you will cut this out- von can refer
to it again should you decide t o attend
Mr. Moody's meetings on the 29th to
:1st of Manrch. It is his fir'st visit to
Mr. E. Piekens Hipp, who lives in the
upper portioni of Lexington County, was
arrested here on the 4th instant for at
tempting to,pass a dollar greenback
which had been raised to 100 with figures
cut from a Confederate note. He se
lected a fifty dollar watch at Capt. Rich
horg's and gave this bill to Mr. Rhodes,
the clerk, to take the money out of it.
Mr. Rhodes found it necessary to go out
for the change, and when at Mimnangh's,
1M. Nathan, the book keeper, discov
ered the character of it. The fact was
made known to 1Mr. Hipp, who claimed
that lie had got the money from the
Carolina Bank. Mr. Rhodes wvent with
him to the' bank, when Mr. Bell. the
cashier, told them that lhe had paid Mr.
ipp the mnoney for two small checks,
but had not given him a hundred dollar
note, and in their presence t ore on~te
100 which had been pasted on. Mr.
Hipp paid for the watch amnd started
home, and when at Bearden's corner
was overtaken by policeman Harten and
two local deputy nmarshals. When the
otiers reached this point lie was in a
covered wagon, in which was also his
mother an-d Mr. E. S. Mlathews. As
soon as the wagon was stopped by the
offcers, Hlipp jumped out at the rear and
rin into the loft over Halt iwanger's
store, wihere lie wa arrested and carried
before Commissioner Bauskett, when a
search of his pockets disclosed a roll of
Confederate bills, amounting to nearly
$300, an d among them the identical bill
from w hich the figures had been cut.
W S. Monteith, Esq., appeared for the
ijrisonieranq' secure t an on,tm:ce u
til Monday the SLIt instant. Hipp was
committed to J-13 in <lefault of $1,000
bail. Mr. Flipp is about 27 years of age.
On Fri,Ia the 5th instant. h- was ad
mitted to bail by giving bond for $500, to
appear at U. S. Court for tril -t Char
Icston in May next.
The war among the journalists, an ae
count of which I wired you oil the 3rd
ins.ant, has cease,i for the present. Mr.
N. G. Gonzales and Mr. V. B. Calvo
appeared before the Mayor on the 3rd
ins;tant, and were fined, Mr. Gonzales,
ten dollars, for carrying concealed wea
pons, and Mr. C.lvo ten dollars for
carrying concealerl weapons and twenty
dollars for fighting on the streets. The
case of Mesr. C. A. Calvo Jr., and N.
G. Gonzalcs. oving to the inability of
Mr. Calvo to be present, was continued
until the morning of the Sth, when they
appeared and were fined; Mr. Calvo
twenty dollars for disorderly conduct
atd Mr. Gonzales ten dollars for carry
ing concealed weapon-. Mr. Calvo suf
fvred most from the cut received from
window glass. Mr. Gonzales has beeni
requred to give hold in $200, to answer
charge in circuit court for carrying con
ceiled weapons. Mr. W. B. Calvo has
left the city. A similarcharge had been
preferred against him for a like offence.
Columbia has enjoyed s-veral treats
in sparkling COiMe(dy this week. John
T. Raymond, in the "-MagiStrate" on
the Oth instant. Katie Putnam1, in
"Fanchon" on the Sth, and to-night the
9th, we have the Emma Abbott Grand
Opera Co., in "Mignon." Mr. Cramer
has succeeded in giving the people of
Columbia an opportunity of seeing the
best Theatrical, Opera and Comedy
Troupes on the road South during the
season. Ii the above list I have failed
to mention the charming Southern Star,
Clara Louise Kellogg, who gave a most
enjoyable entertainment >n the evening
of the 2nd instant.
Mr. John C. Wilson, Dr. 0. B. Mayer,
Ir.. and Mrs. Dr. S. G. Welch registered
at tile Grand Central during the past
The Grand Jury Presentment.
The report of the Grand Jury with
reference to the Poor House reyeals a
rather bad state of affairs. It is not our
purrose to try to fix the responsibility
but we have seen the Physician and the
Clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners so that any state
Mnt they may wish to make nay go
out with the presentment.
Dr. Gilder, the Physician, says that his
ontract with the County Commission
ers is to visit the Poor House once a
week and oftener if necessary. He has
rone regularly every week ; and has not
one of tener because he did not consider
it. necessary, and was not sent for. He
savs tile two frost-bitten paupers are
idiots-one an epileptic ; and that lie
has treated them for frost-bite. Of
ourse the Physician is not to blame for
their being frost-bitten.
As to the need of bedding etc., Mr.
oggans informs us that the County
ommissioncrs authorize the keeper to
buy what is needed for the paupers, and
they pay the bills. We understand that
the keeper says that if there has been
my fault in this regard he is to blame
amd not the Commissioners. But we
ave not had an opportunity to see the
Mr. Leitzsey, the Keeper, says that
e hmas done everything in his power to
take the proper care of the paupers and
has given them every attention in his
ower. That the two who are frost bit
ten are idiots, that were returned from
the Asylum and unless they were put
nder guard or lock and key it would be
mpossible to keep them from exposing
hemselves to the cold.
Mr. Jas. K. P. Goggans, Clerk of the
Bord of County Commissioners, has re
eved a reply to his letter addressed to
the Commissioners of Edgefield some
time ago in the matter of the bridges
rross the Saluda River at ChappelP's and
Bouknigh's. The Edgefield Commis
sione rs appoint next Thursday, 18th inst.,
as tile day when thley will meet tile Newv
berry Conmmissioners at Bouight's
Ferry. to consider the question of build
ng these bridges.
We would like very much to see these
bridges built, and hlope this meet
ings may result in the adoption of
some plan by whichl the construction
ay be commenced at an early day.
Weapprehend, however, that the great
obstacle i1 thme way of thleir construction
will be the money~to pay for them. The
Legislature has directed and empowered
the Commissioners to build them, but as
they see the law, appropriated no money
to pay for thleir construction.
Our Prosperity Correspondent.
We have secured the services of Mr.
Allen M. Wyse, as our correspondent
nd agent at Prosperity. Mr. Wyse is
n active, intelligent and enlterpris ig
gentlemen and we feel thmat our readers
ivi be kept well informed of the events
transpiring in and about our progressive
sister city. Parties desiring to sub
ecribe or to renew their subscription to
he HERALD AND NEWS will call on
him at Wise' Bros., and he wvill take
their money and receipt for time same.
Rev. Jos. Q. Werts is in town.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer. Jr., hlas returned to
Coronecr Bass went down to Pm osp)eri
ty on yesterday to hold an ingnest.
Mr.~Jolln L.~Jones went up to Ander
son last week to attend a bail at that
Lewis W Simkinv, Esq., of the Lau
reis bar. isin attendance upon our court
Miss Dolie Fair, of Laurens, and
:iughter of Rev. R. A. Fair, is visiting
Mrs. C. A. Bowman.
Col. R. C. Watts, of the Lau rens
bar, was ill town last wveek ini atten
dance upon our court.
W. J. Cherry, Esq., a yong lawyer
of Paek Hill, and a. graduate of New
berry College, was in t he city last week
Miss Fannie Leavell, of the Columbia
Female Colle;ge, spent the past week with
her father Col. J. Ri. Leaveli returning
to 1r duties at the college on yester
Senator J. A. Sligth was in town on
Monday. Hie reports the people in his
section very miuch in earnest in the
matter of thle C;olumnbia, Newberry anId
Laurens railroad, and says lhe hopes to
hear a favorable report of what the town
of Newberry has done at the umeeting
NEwnBERRY C. 11., S. C.
List of letters unelaimecd and advertised
Feb. 9, 1886.
elter, T. E. Pfeifcr, C. M.
Bryson, Mrs. S. J. Riuthertord, Ellen
C haplin, Emanuel Rice, Seal
Clark. Janic scott, A. C.
H allan. Abram Silgh, Richard
H ollins, Benj. Stalmaker. J. H.
Hill, Rosa Stoudemeyer, Rt. J.
Kennerly, Maria (2) Scott. Emma
Lewis, M1. Shell, Richard
Lessane, Marinda Sanders,
M itchell, Win. SpcelC, John C.
Manly, Mary Sherman, John
M cMorrs. Mlajor Simpkins. Mehala
M affet. Wes,t Suber, Jetr
eill, W. W. Thomas, A. C.
Nesley, J. F.
Persons calling for letters w ill please say that
they were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, P. M.
"We don't have to recommnend Parker's
Htair Baam but once," writes Mr. C. A. Bur
ger, druggist, of Liberty, N. Y. "After that
i stands on its record." It stops fanling hlair,
rstores orIi al color, softness and gloss.
Exception ly clean, prevents dandruf
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13
AND THE FAMOUS
BIJOU OPERA CO.
In Andran's 3 Act Comie Opera entitled
Re-erved ;eats $1.00 at Caston &
BRIDGE TO BUILD.
The County Comnissisoners will. be
at Indian Creek. near Dominiek's Rich
Ill plaee at 11 a. in. on Friday, Febrn
ary 2Cth instant, for the purpose of
awariing a contract for building a bridge
across the said creek at that point..
Plans and speci!ic.:tions to be then ex
JAS. K. P. GOGGANS,
Supervisors and Over
The supervisors and overseers of pub
lie roads are hereby notified to put their
roads in good order at once, and they
are further notified to have their roads
the lawful width. By order of the
JAS. K. P. GOGGANS,
Feb. 9, 18S. Clerk.
Third Annual Fire Tax.
Ne%wberry, S. C., Council Chamber,}
February 10th, 188G.
Notice is hereby given that the third
annual tax of one mill for the support of
the fire department. according to section
13 of chapter IV of the Ordinances of the
town of Newberry, S. C., is due and
inust be paid between the 15th day of
February and the 15th day of March,
188. By order of Council.
JoiN. S. FAIR,
2-10-It C. and T. T. C. N.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Mary J. Summer,-vs. Wm. A. Fallaw,
Adm'r, et. al.
By order of the Court herein dated 5th
February, 1S6, I will sell at prblic out
ry, before the Court House at Newberry,
on the first Monday in March, 18SO, all
that tract of land in the village of Ielena,
County of Ne%wberry and State aforesaid,
containing four acres, more or less, on
which is a dwelling house, and a store
house, and bounded hylands of John W.
Penningon, Joseph E. Glenn, John D.
Huntington, estate of Daniel Jones and
Terms :-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay one-third of the purchase
money in cash, and to secure the balance,
payable in one and two years. with in
terest from the (lay of sale, by a bond
and a mortgage of the premises, and to
pay the Master for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 5th February, ISS6.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
R. L. L'uther, vs. Wmn. WV. Griflin, et. al.
By order of tlhe Court herein, I will
sell~bef ore the Court House at Newberry,
n the tirst Monday in March. 1880, at
public outcry, all that lot of land in the
County of Newberry, and State afore
said, containing sixty acres, more o::less,
and bounded by lands of John McCul
lough, Sarah Bobb, Sophia Neel and
TrERMS-The purchaser will be re
uired to pay in cash one-half of the
purchase money and to secure the bal
nce, payable at twelve months with in
terest from the day of sale, by a bond
and mortgage of the premises, with
leave however to pay the whole bid in
ash. The purchaser must pay for all
SILAS JOHINSTONE, Master,
Master's Offie 5th February, 1880.
Delinquent Land Sales.
NEWBERtRY TOWNsHIP, OR NO. 1.
1 lot and 1 building, assessed in
name of Press Copcland.
1 lot and 2 buildings. assessed in
name of Maggie E. Harrington.
1 lot and 1 building, assessed in
name of Annie Schumnpert.
507 acres and 14 buildings as
sessed in name of Mary N. Fair.
TOWNsmrP NO. 2.
900 acres andl 8 buildings, assessed
in the name of P. W. Chick's Est.
189 acres and 6 buildings assessed
in name of Geo. W. Feltmen, Sr.
TOWNSuIP NO. 3.
286 acres, assessed in name of P.
W. Chick's Est.
200 acres assessed in name of R.
. S. Lyles Est.
TOWNSsum NO. 4.
150 acres assessed in name of .John
65 acres assessed in1 the name of
75 acres assessed in the name of
To Nm o. 6.
332 acres and 4 build ings assessed
in name of D. B. Fiester's Est.
TOWNsIIUP NO. I.
139 acres and 2 buildings assessed
in name of Geo. F. Wells' Estate.
TowNsmeP NO. 8.'
3 acres and 1 building~ assessedl in
name of Charles F'oshee.
TOWNSmP NO. 9.
10 acres assessed in the name of
TowNSIum No. 10.
100 acres assessed in the name of
M. C. Moore.
Notice is hereby given that the
whole of the several tracts, lots and
parts of lots of real estate described
in the precedtng list,' or so much
thereof as will be necessary to pay
the taxes, penalties and assessments
charged thereon. will be sold by An
dreav H. Wheeler, Treasurer of New
berry County, Southl Carolina, at his
office in said County, on Monday the
1st day of March, 1886, unless
said taxes, assessments and penalties
be paid b)efore that tinge; and such
sale will be continuedl fromn day to
day until all of said parcels, lots and
parts of lots of~ real estate shall be
sold or offered for sale.
This 6th. day of February, A. D.
1886. W3. W. IIOUSEAL,
Auditor, Newberry County.
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
I am offering Qroceries, Tobacco and
Cigars at the lowest prices that it is pos
sible for them-to be sold at, and I would
call your attention more -especially at
this season t(, our
And say th,tt it will be toycur advantage
to send in your orders at once as good
Seed Potatoes are scarce and bound to
go higher. If in want of
We will take your orders and fill without
E. J. Brennen, Agt.
P. 0. Box 178, Columbia, S. C.
Farmers and Truckfrs
No more cotton caterpillars,
No more army worms,
No more cut worms,
No more tobacco ivorims,
No more potato bugs,
Bug, Worm and Insect
Within the reach of all, only
5 Cts. Per Pound
Perfectly Harmless, except
to Insect Life.
For the p)rotection of cotton, potatoes,
field crops, gardens, and all vines and
It is the production of a well known
agricultural chemist, covered by letters
patent, and has met with the most grati
fying success in thbe New England States,
sperseding all others when used. It
is offered to the agriculturalist, with the
conviction that it will meet a want long
felt, and that a trial wvill convince you of
its intrinsic merits. It is put up in 1, 5,
10) and 25 pound bags and barrels and
half buirels, with dlirections for use.
Contracts can be made for large quanti
It kills the Colorado Beetle on pota
toes, the hard 11ea on melons, the smiall
lice, the cut worm, caterpillars on cotton
and fruit trees, the 17-year locust, the
s:uash bug, tobacco worm and all insect
Mor,ey must be sent with order. For
sale in any quantity by
E. 3. Brennen,
Main Street Columbia, S. C.
Agent for N~e wherry, Lexington, Fair
field, her haw, Sumer and -Bihlan.d
To be sold at a s
Will of-r from this date the
sacrifice which will astonish ever
with a call.
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD RVBI
I am obliged to make room for
determined not to carry over any m
help. This is no idle talk or advert
to the letter. Call and secure the :
of every kind, Hats of all descri]
Goods in the greatest variety. Br
in prices and I will undersell them
148 MWain Street, Cc
I have to raise $3,000 within the next thi
WHOLE STOCK OF GOODS REGARD
My stock consists of
Prints, Bleached and Brown Cotton
Tickings, Dr ills, Checked HoU
Canton Flannels, Wooler
Jeans, Silks, Satins
Also a large stock of NOTIONS and other
Am very sorry that I havei to sacrifice
THIRY MST GO, EGAl
Come early, before the best of the Stock
have such a chance, as I will
Never Offer Such Bargains
LVi ALL GOODS SOLD FOR T]
MARBLE FRONT JEWELRY
MAIN STREET, COLM
(R. N. Richbourg, Successor to Wmn. Glaze, Je
Diamonds, SIlverware, Platedware, BronzA
Clocks, Jardinieres, the Choicest Gems, Precic
for Wedding Presents and home use to please t
and Winter styles in Jewelry are elegant beyor
A Solid Silver Hunting Case Ameriean tal
I have added to my jewelry establishmi
will be found the celebrated Steinway, Upright,
I have the sole control in this State, also Fisc
styles. Wilcox & White, and Shoninger Organ
Brass Instruments, Sheet Music and Musical F
logue and prices, and be sure and write to R..N
S. C., before purchasing elsewhere. I buy
therefore offer you lower prices than those who
Columbia Cash Dr;
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al copttn bot as toqaiy ad low pies.C
uhloe ha ihousewhrte crdl ht
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dolar made. Come one,eome all andb convinced
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s, Gold Wtches, SIrvr -
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