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Special and Local.
WEDNKESDAY, MAR. 20, 1878.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
J. H. Warwick is the authorized rep
resentative of this paper to the Paris
Exposition of 1878. io-4t.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
THOXPsoN, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
DEATH.-Mrs. David Suber, of this
county, died Wednesday, the 13th,
E kr..-Dr. Mayer, J. N. Martin,
Johm S. Fair, and Dr. Fant. have stuck
their English peas.
THE VERNAL EQUINox.-Thursday.
the 21st, the day and the night will be
of equal length.
Go to H. A. Burns' for your Cigars,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, all of
which are sold at Bottom Prices. 13-tf.
A petition. has been numerously sign
ed asking Judge Kershaw to revoke his
order calling an extra session of the
Court of Common Pleas in April.
One trial of Foutz mixture or lini
ment wil convince you of its wonder
f. merit. S61d everywhere -in the
RiGHT.-The Students of Newberry
College-organized a Christian Associa
-tion Saturday night. They meet every
Saturday night at the_College.
JEwISH FEAST. -Tuesday, 19th, is
the Jewish Feast of Purim, a day that
commemorates the deliverance of the
Jewish people from the machinations
of Haman, through the instrumentality
of Queen Esther.
NOW IS THE TIME.-Candidates are
advised to be uip and doing by publish
ing their cards. Tbe early bird catches
the worm. Advertise at once, ye hun
gry office seekers, but be sure and bring
the eash with you to pay for the card.
Sow rr.-If that portion of the pub
'-.lie square in rear of the Court House
ip~ere sown in grass, and enclosed to
aa k-eep the cows out, it would soon be
dmade a very pretty spot, <md at a very
lINSPECTIONi PoSTPONED. - Adjutant
General Moise has informed Brigadier
General Lipscomb that the inspection
of the troops of Newberry County,
which was appointed for the 20th inst.,
is postponed. It will probably not take
place till fall.
BIG CATCH. - Mr. Win. A. Harp,
caught fourteen rats in a single trap on
Sunday night. It is a perpetual catch
ing machine ; will catch till it gets full.
There was a lively time killing them
on the street Monday morning. Only
The attention of our -readers is called
to the card of the Charleston .Iournal of
Commerce. The Journal is an uncom
promising exponent of the democracy,
and is entitled to an extended circula
tion. If you are not taking a Daily,
subscribe for the Journal.
r ~ EGGS.-A good opportunity is afford
ed yapt. Sigwald of Charleston, for
procuringeggs-from pure bred poultry
*of fancy stock. Knowing this gentle
man intimately, we can assure the
reader that orders sent to him will not
only receive prompt attention, but give
ON RISING GROusD.-We are glad
to see that some of our citizens are on
rising ground, Messrs. W. T. Tarrant
and L. E. Folk, for instance. They take
their airings now in fine new rocka
ways, purchased from the genial Biggs.
Several others have purchased vehicles
ME4w.-Some one without the fear
of the law before his eyes, and in wan
ton cussedness, unhinged the gates on
Mr. Werber's place Thursday, whereby
several stray cows got in and inflicted
much damage. It was a scurvy trick,
and ifthe rascal iscaught, he will be
made to suffer.
MAr 2nd.-The general Synod of the
Lutheran Church will convene here on
the second of May. Composing as it
does the Synods of Virginia, Mississippi
and Sditti Carolina, the delegatioq will
be large, thus aft'ording opportunity to
our citizens to extend their accustomed
We take pleasure in recommending
to the business community gener ally.
the enterprise of Mess. Chas. Smith &
Co. These gentlemen have posted the
niames and business of prominent mer
chants, in characters so large and plain,
and in such conspicuous places, as to
~ them mrnming~nt1cT and at all
GODEY'S incomparable Lady's Boo
is received for April, and a glanc
through its bright pages afford infinit
pleasure. We cannot say anythin;
better than that it should be in th
hands of every lady in the land. Sub
scription for single copy $3, two copie
$5. Address Godey's Lady's Magazine
Rev. Dr. L. Pierce, of Sparta, Ga.
says, I have been speechless two month;
and have been taking Thrash's con
sumptive cure nine days, and can tall
with some e:t:e. Call at your druC
store and get a trial bottle, -50c.; larg
size $1.50. For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant
SHADE TREE.-The open side wall
from the tail end of Amisoka to th<
depot has been planted with a doubl(
row of shade trees. . The Council coulk
not have done a better thing. A mos
grateful shade will thus be afforded, an(
a very ugly spot improved. Variow,
other open places are being plantet
with elm, china, mulberry and maplh
SPRING.-The sentimental and th(
youthful may rave about it as much a.
they please ; but if there is one seasor
when the average mortal feels that lifi
is a burden, it is this. A feeling of la
ziness, torpor, stupidity, and a genera
debility, makes him almost ready t(
commit suicide-if he were not afrai
that Beecher and Bob Ingersoll ar(
mistaken in their ideas of theology.
DANGER.-It is feared that Libert]
Hall section will be turned bottom up
wards. The finding of that piece o
Spanish coin, reported in the Herald i
few weeks ago, has been the cause
Such a digging and throwing up ofdus,
has not been known since the Califor
nia gold fever ; gardens are ruined, ani
the prospect for greens is sad to thinl
about. What effect it will have upor
the cotton crop it is difficult to foretell
WHAT rr BRINGs.-Now that Sprinc
is at hand, a general activity is witnes
sed in well-regulated households, th<
good house-wife over-hauls everything
flower and vegetable gardens are seer
to, rooms from basement to attic arf
examined, bed-rooms, dining room ani
kitchen undergo scrutiny not thought o:
through the cold, dark days of winter
Strange, if in all these places there be
not something lacking: may be a water
pot, trowel, flower-pot, some article o:
crockery, china, glass, wood, tin, iron
willow, etc. She takes the situation it
at a glance, and determines that things
must be 'set to rights;' a list is preparei
and sent to Kih.'sland & Heath of Co
lumbia, who she knows will fill her bil
in the most satisfactory manner. .A
word to the wise is sufficient.. t
ADvERTIZG.-A very little expe
rience is worthi a vast amount of theo.
rizing. This is what Lord & Taylor
;the celebrated New York merchants
have to say about the agency through
which they built. up their large and
prosperous business: -
"Of all the methods open to the mer
chant for advertising his business, at
experience of nearly half a century
enables us to unhesitatingly declare it
favor of the newspaper. It is without
exception, the most economical, persis
tent, painstaking and successful canvas
ser any business firm can secure for thi
purpose of bringing their goods to the
attention of the consumer."
-Again, a very successful merchant ii
a large New England city once remark
ed to the writer: "I always advertis4
most when times are dull. In busy
seasons it is only necessary to keep my
name before the public ; I am sure tc
get my share of the spontaneous traffic.
But when business is light I fulminate
my broadsides of special bargains, and
then is just the time when special bar.
gains are sought for..
Mrs. Mower has gone North for the
purchase of new goods.
Miss Georgie Howe has returned and
is looking well. Welcome back.
Arthur Simmons took a brief respite
from business last week.
Ex-Senator John C. Hope, of Lex
ington, was in town last week.
Rev. 'James Fair, of Mississippi,
son of Rev. R. A. Fair, is on a visit tc
his father's family in this place.
Mr. M. Foot, we are pleased to state
has finally arranged his loss with the
Mr. Abe Foot, now of Atlanta, is or
a visit to the 'old folks at home,' and is
Mr. Jas. Kinard, long connected witli
the Herald, has been enticed to Green.
yille. Should he conclude to remain
there, we will tell of our sorrow al
parting with him.
Mr. John E. Peoples, a promineni
young merchant of Anderson, paid us
a visit on Monday. Mr. Peoples is ii
the very best of company-a young and
charming bride. Our congratulations
A REMARKABEE RESULT.-It mnakes
no difference how many Physicians, oi
how much medicine you have tried, il
is noQw an established fact fhat Gernjar
Syrup is the only remedy which has
given complete satisfaction in severn
cases of Lung Diseases. It is true
there are yet thousands of persons wh<
are predisposed to Throat and Lung
Affections, Consumption, Hemorrhages
Asthma, Severe Colds settled on thi
Breast, Pneumonia, Whooping Cough
&R. who hae no narsonal knnwledg'
k ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
e Wheat is looking well.
e The weather-it never fails.
This time it is decidedly pleasant.
Business is dull-not so the Herald.
s Two butt-on kids-a young goat fight.
, Sling shots should not be allowed on
the streets they are dangerous.
Another tree agent in town last week.
He took a good manly orders.
Readers who-are not subscribers are
invited to send in their names.
Mr. Mike Buzhardt will accept our
thanks for donation.
The best time to gather doughnuts is
when the leaf lard falls.
Now is the time when merchants go
North for new goods.
Trousers obtained on credit are called
breeches of trust.
I As it is becoming fashionable to spray
i the hair with cologne-let us spray.
Push on your spring chickens, the
preachers are coming May 2d.
Guano is going out lively-the trade
There was a run on the banks last
week-Bush river banks.
Street Walker & Co. are making ar
rangements to get the legislative gas.
Georgia girls go rabbit hunting, and
the boys go and hunt them. It is per
fectly safe for the rabbits.
There is wonderful attraction in new
spring dry goods. Beautiful styles at
Jones & Satterwhite's.
It is said that there is a good deal of
F religion that is like a morning cloud
t it disappears as the sun grows hot.
It is well enough to give the devil
his due, but be careful that he doesn't
claim your own soul in part payment.
A good way to keep the house warm
is to find fault whether there is occa
sion. or not.
A Scotch lad describes generosity as
giving to others what you don't want
What shall it be, cotton or corn ? we
hope there will be a large acreage in
Mad dogs are again excitinig the pub
lic mind. It would be a good thing to
r exterminate the breed.
The next big thing in order will be
Easter. Save the rabbit eggs for the
Latest ! the Legislature is tired ; a
private despatch holds out a hope that
it will soon adjourn.
The store fitting up for H. A. Burns
is not yet completed. He burns to get
When will the Legislature adjourn ?
FWe cannot answer this question. Five
dollars a day is more than the members
can make at home.
A Newberry representative who feels
for the people says, if the body does not
adjourn shortly, he will wash his hands
out of it and come home.
A people never fairly begin to pros
per until necessity is treading on its
heels. Our people have cause for con
gratulation-they feel the tread.
The localizer was badly fooled by the
agent of the Straightout Democrat, Mr.
Dunn. We took him for Frank Parker.
They would pass for brothers.
A gentleman in town, who is second
only to "old Probs." in matters of wea
ther, says we will have another big
Secretaries of Democratic clubs are
requested to write out their reports as
concisely as possible, and to send them
in not later than Saturdays.
We take pleasure in informing the
business men of Newberry that our Job
Press is running on a low price sched
Mr. E. Scholtz has a remarkably fine
mock bird at his store-and this is not
the only fine thing he has, as can be
proved by looking over his stock.
A subscriber to the Herald is very
anxious to know what will prevent the
black rust in bottom cotton. If any of
our readers know of a remedy they will
confer a favor by making it public.
The Herald's county correspondents
are all in the field, not for the Herald,
however, but engaged in a tussle with
mother earth. We hear nothing from
The man who paints signs on fences
and cross road posts passed through
town last week. He took a contract to
place the Herald copspicuously before
Singular, ain't it, that when a man
gives his wife a dime to buy a box of
hairpins or a gum ring for the baby, it
looks about seven times as big as when
lie planks it down for a little bitters.
Gregory of the Buffalo Express mo
destly replies to the Pittsburg Tele
graph's inquiry, "Can two constitute a
riot.?" by saying, "Not unless they hap
pen to be married,"
What will they get at next ? A straw
ride is the latest agony. Straws show
which way the wind blows, are good
julep conductors, are even grasped at
by drowning men, but a straw ride,
ugh ! A party of gay and festive youths
woke several people up last night.
This is the kind of weather in which
to take cold. Do not be deceived by
the flight of birds northward, by the
sudden rising of windows or by the
sounding of accordeons at midnight.
Summer is not here. Keep on your
thick shoes, and if you wear a red flan
Snel pen wiper on your chest do not take
it off ntil tures egare in bloom.
SOCIETY CELEBRATION.-The 19th
Anniversary of the Phrenakosmian So
ciety of Newberry College was celebra
ted in Temperance Hall last Friday
night. "Is too great attention paid to
antiquity ?, was debated by J. F. Hobbs,
in the affirmative, and J. Q. Werts in
the negative. Mr. Hobbs labored un
der the disadvantage of having the
wrong side of the subject; but he plead
ed the cause of practical education for
cibly and eloquently. Mr. Werts made
a very sound argument on his side of
the question. His delivery was very
natural and good, his arguments were
well selected and clearly presented.
Mr. Werts will make an effective
Mr. J. B. Wingard delivered an ad
dress on the subject of "Common Sense"
-the most uncommon of all sense. His
speech, as well as the two preceeding,
showed great care in preparation, and
was well delivered. Mr. C. W. Welch
presided over the Society with dignity t
and ease. The audience was the larg- f
est that we have ever seen in the Hall-it
could not possibly have been larger
and exhibited the interest felt by the
people in the College.
The Excelsior Society will hold its
Anniversary in the same Hall next
Friday night. The partition in the
Hall has been removed, giving much i
more room. Everybody is invited.
ALL WRONG ON THE GOOSE.-A
novel suit was begun in Judge Packer's
Court yesterday, (Monday). Mrs. H. t
B. Scott and Mrs. Maria James, ladies
f color, are contending over the own- 1
rship of a gander and goose, each 2
laiming them as hers. Three distin- t
uished lawyers are engaged-Messrs.
3uber, Moorman and Fair. Eight wit
esses were examined yesterday. One '
f the claimants in her affidavit fixes the
price of the birds at seventy-five cents
each. The costs of the suit will be
eight or ten dollars, besides the lawyer's
The case was resumed this morning. c
"Under carpet-bag rule the South
Carolina Legislature bought 212 clocks
for the State House, during one session.
rhey were bound to have a good time,
if they didn't lay up a cent."-Boston t
It would take double that number to e
warn the present Legislature of the .
light of time-.
Should an eruption occur in this I
rolcano, and cause the destruction of ~
>ne-half~ of the inhabitants who live e
n the vicinity, the remainder, who f
barely escape with their lives nmme
iately move back upon the half cooled'
ava, and there live in constant fearC
f another eruption, foolishly fancying ~
hat the only tenantable portion of the t
arth rests within t.he shadow of the r
reat volcano. This fairly illustrates e
the force of habit, and the persistency
with which people cling to opinions.
when once formed. For example, Dr. ~
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery v
ure~s incipient consumption, coughs, r
olds, and all affections of the liver e
md blood, yet some still depend upond
physicians and remedies that have
aught but repeated failures to which L
hey can refer. And although Dr. o
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is sold
ander a positive guarantee to cure a
hose weaknesses peculiar to women,.
md notwithstanding that thousands of 1
women bear testimony to its efficacy, Y
md the truth of all statements made d
oncerning it, many yet submit to the h
ase of caustic and the knife. Again'
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pel
ets, no larger than mustard seeds,
will positively cure constipation, where i'
is dependent upon dyspepsia or tor- I
id liver; yet some still depend for .a
elief upon the "blue pill" or h2ge
oses of drastic cathartic medicine.
En the face of such facts, can we won
ler at the blindness of the poor a
[talians ? r,
A Great Historical Work. p
The National Publishing Company of Phila- e
lephia have sent us advance sheets of The
ictorial History of the World, embracinge
'ull and authentic accounts of every nation j
if ancient and modern times, and including
History of the rise and fall of the Greek t
md Roman Empires, the growth of the na
ions of Modern Ecoe, the Middle Ages,
he Crusades, the Feudal System, the Re- t
brmation, the discovery and settlement of
he New World, etc., etc., by JAMEs D. Mc
ABE, a well known historical writer. This
s one of the most valuable works ever issued 0
sy an American publisher, and it is in all o
espects the most complete History of the
World ever published. The author does not a
bontent himself with a mere dry statement of
acts, but sketches the life and manners of F
le various nations of which he treats, in e
ife-like colors, and points out the ca4ses
'hich led to prosperity and decay of the I
treat powers of the world. He shows us the
amous warriors, statesmen, poets, sages, and0
rators of ancient and modern tinies, and f'
nakes them familiar to the reader The
ook is a complete treasury of history, and a
:here is not a question that can be asked
:oneerning any historical subject but an n
inswer to it can be found in this great work. ~
:t contains 1260 large double-column pages,
md is embellished with over 650 fine engra- n
rings illustrative of the events recorded in
he narrative, embracing battles and other a
zistorical scenes; portraits of the great men
>f ancient and modern times; and views of
he principal cities of the world. These en- h
ravings are genuine works of art, and were
:nade at a cost of over $25,000. The great P
umber and high characte" of' these engra-t
rings make this thie most valuable art publi
;atjon of the century. We cannot too lighly
praise the nunlerous anid beautiful portraits
f historical personages with which it ?
ibounds. A nlarked feature of the work is a
~omplete History of th~e late War between
Elssia and Turkey, which is the only com- t
lete account of this war in print. This is,
L appropriate time to read the History. of 1
Je World, and we predict for this - book an
It is sold by subscription only, .and the e
aublishers want agents, as will be seen by
~heir advertisement in another column. s
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ECONOMY IS WEALTH,a
Poor Richard says. If this be true, then it c
s iei vr aiyt s nya' ai
os wsea in reference to aryeas'er,atin .
closeis tarhe mos perncaoayoter, oeiA-t
r:aured ntwr it istthe m ost economicleyr tau
G. D. HTALTIWANGER, I dtn oi i
G. B. "RAER , Editing Committee
Communications designed for this column
;a be directed to the Editing Cornmittee, r
"ewberry, S. C.
Anniversary Celebraion.- ti
Anniversary! most deligcful epoch
n the history of an organization; with '
vith what keen pleasure we hail its
mnual return ! On Friday evening, I
"ursuant to anuounCeent the Phrel'J.1- t
:osniian Literary Society celebrated d
ts nineteenth anniversary. The ex
ises were conducted in the Temper- n
nce flail, which was tastefully deco
ated with wreaths and festoons. In e
he rear of the stage appeared the h
notto of the society, worked in ever- r
reen. At an early hour the hall was
mcomfortably full; the audience re
ined and appreciative, comprising tj
owe of the leading intelligence of
Tewberry, together with a number of
isitors. Rev. L. Broadus having d
pened the exercises with prayer. Mr. C
J. W. Welch. President of the Society, i
ame forward, and in an easy, graceful I
anner, paid a touching tribute to his
ociety. He said it was organized in
iewberry, its progress had been ma
erially retarded by civil discord; but V
ow, when all is calm and the politi- A
al air is untroubled, it again unites
ts destiny with that of the people of t(
iewberry, who have ever accorded it A
he utrjost kindness and -hospitality. G
le then stated the order of the exer- g
ises, and introduced as supporfer of
he affirmative of the chosen query- F
s too High a Regard paid to Antiqui- e
y ?-Mr. J. F. Hobbs, of Lexington.
pace will not allow even an epitorh- fi
ed review of the speeches, and we can a
oly show the drift of the argument.
dr. Hobbs stated that, as the question
plied, a high regard should be paid a
o antiquity. He then clearly definec b
is position, and proceeded to contest
he point at issue. Is this regard too P
gh ? He said that the arts and sci- 0
ices had, through successive ages, 0
pproached by regular gradations to d
heir present state of perfection ; and c
hat it was not only impolitic but dan-b
:erous to recur from modern chastity, p
atelligence and practicalness to ages e
ad works marked in all the- essential w
haracteristics of rude nations. He e;
ivorably contrasted modern historians, L
oets, philosophers, and mnetaphysi- c<
ians with those which so delight the
tudent of antiquity. He said that
e student of to-day pays too high a
egard to the dead languages to the 2
xclusion of modern literature and the t
atural sciences, and that the cher- p
~hed precept of modern colleges,
rhich gives rise to this fatal error t
ust be exploded. The average mod- mn
rn student lives in the past, is sadly 2
eficient in the knowledge of the chro- d
ological and historical events of his 'w
wa age. Raise the curtain of the 2
ast and you find the Pierian Spring n
t which he delights to drink ; drop at
, and he is shut out from all in W
rhich he is wont to find pleasure and
elight. Tbis regard for antiquity y
as in our institutions of leaaniag, i
ecome a dangerous mnonopoly.
Mr. J. Q. Werts, of Edgefield, was w
itroduced as advocate of the negative. th
e, nothing loth, took up the gauntlet, nc
ad contested the issue in a pointed, he
>reible, aggressive speech, which left
o doubt as to the existence of a neg- la
ive side of the question. He refer
ad to the associations that necessarily Si
nite, son to father, each age to its P
redecessor. He said that ancient Ph
lquence finds no counterpart in mod.D
r times, that logic was perfected by gi
ristotle, ancient sculpture and archi
acture attained, to a degree of perfec
on unrivaled and only imitated by u'
bis enlightened4 nd progressive age. L
Ltiquity can boast of seven wonders
f the world, the 19th century not
n. Ancient literature is unique,
ad abounds in precious truths. The
resent courts of justice issue their
icts in Latin, and a knowledge of
atin is necessary to an understanding
the natural sciences. Reason comes Ii
om behind the curtains of the past;
ad antiquity furnishes scientists and
ioralists with inestimable truths,
hich increase in number and useful- I
ess as the attainments of past ages
re unfolded. The gentlemen evinced,
y the mapner in which they crossed
oces, diligent research, assiduous
reparation., and a clear insight into
he merits of the question.
After the debate Mr. J. B. Wing
rd was introduced as orator of the
casion. The young gentleman's ora
ion was characterized by a marked
adividuality and striking perspicuity.
Iis conception and delivery harmno
ized well with his theme-common --
ense. He said metaphor and trope have
heir attractions; brilliant imagination
ad sparkling wit have in all ages and
ountries elicited richest egeomiums;
ut common sense is the 'needle of
he mind, th prminciple whoe dictates
i the mountainous region of South
Luierica, or in the Great Desert. Let
ounion sense go unheeded, and pros
erity will languis), business stagnate.
ie world retrocede. Too much polish
,ill destroy a social as well as a mate
al edge. Where all did well, it
ould be not only difficult to award
ie palm, but inviduous to make dis
action. That the success and mer
s of the gentlemen were recognized
ad appreciated. was attested by the
ouquet that were showered on each
)eaiker. No one need sigh for the
urel, in the midst of such floral
ibutes. Another gem has been ad
ed to the cluster that already marks
ie worth and efficiency of the Phre
akoswian Society. Friday evening
flected credit on all in connection
ith the society ; and members and
-Members have reason to congratu
te themselves; to look forward with
newed anticipation to the celebra
on of the Society's twentieth birth
ay. The exercises were interspersed
ith delightful, refreshing mnusic by
ie Newberry band. C.
Don't forget to attend the celebra
on of the Excelsior Society on Fri
y evening next. Pres.-E. H.
ull; Orator-E. P. Aull; Debate
ught there to be a Congress of Na
ons ? Aff.-W. E. Lake; Neg.
The public are cordially invited to
Te can change a fifty dollar bill if yon
ant a bottle ofGLOBE FLOWER COUGH
riup, the greatest Cough and Lung
emedy in the world ; or if you want
try it frst and see if what the Hon.
lex. H. Stephens, Ex-Gov. Smith, Ex
ov. Brown and Hon. Robert Toombs
Georgia, say about it is true, you can
et a Sample Bottle for ten cents at
r. S. F. Fant's Drug Store, that re
eves an ordinary cold. The GLOBE
LOWER COUGH SYRUP never had an
ual for Coughs, Colds and Lung Af
tions. It positively cures Consump
on when all other boasted remedies
il. Sample Bottles, ten cents. Reg
lar size, fifty doses, $1.00.
head where they loan you a dollar
ad chalk it down till to-morrow, for a
ttle of MERRELL's HEPATINE for the
iver. The enormous expense of im
-rting the ingredients of this great
ver medicine into this. country, is why
ir Druggist Dr. S. F. Fant sells but
e sample bottle to the same person
r ten cents; but as there are fifty
ses in the large size bottles, it is
eap enough after all at two cents
er dose, for a medicine that has never
en known to fail in the cure of dys
spsia and all diseases of the liver. It
s never failed in the cure of liver
>mplaint when taken as directed, no
atter of how long standing the dis
tse, It cures Chills and Fever, Con
ipation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia and
iver Complaint. Sample Bottles ten
nts ; regular size, fifty doses, $1.00.
It is Found at Last!
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.-A
w era is dawning upon the life of WVoman.
itherto she has been called upon to suffer
e ills of mankind and her own besides.
e frequent and distressing irregularities
culiar to her sex have long been to her the
ireful spring of woes ununmbered." In the
ansion of the rich and in the hovel of pover
alike woman has been the constant yet
tient victim of a thousand ills unknown to
an-and these without a remedy. "Oh
>rd, how long!" in the agony of her soul,
th she cried. But now the hour of her re
mption is come. She will suffer no more,
r Dr. J. Bradfield's Female Regulator
oman's Best Friend-is for sale by all re
ectable Druggists throughout the land at
.50 per bottle. In another column of this
wspaper will be fond~ some interesting
rtinlars concerning the Female Regulator
d other information highly important to
NEAR MARIETTA, GA., March 21, 1870.
MESRs. Win. Root & Sons: -About one
ar ago I bought a bottle of BRADFIELD's
~ALE REGU;,ATOR from you, for one, of
y daughters who had been suffering with
ppressed menses for some time. I have
d several physicians attending, but met
th no success until I was persuaded to buy
bottle of the Regulator, and it is the very
ing for which it is recommended. She is
w in perfect health. I hope all suffering
males will at least try one bottle and have
:alth again. Very respectifuly,
For sale by Drs. S. F. Fant, Pope & Ward
sv, W. E. Pelham and W. F. Pratt 11-2t
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and CHAMO
[LE PILLS are preparea expressly to care!
ek Headache, Nervous Headache, Dys
pti Headache, Neuralgia, Nervousness
.d Sleeplessness, and will cure any case.
'ice 50 cents. For sale by all druggists.
WIE & MOISE, Agen ts, Charlestoo, S. C.
For sale by Dowie & Moise Wholesale Drug
its Charleston. 5-1m.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
wn Train arrives...........2 P M
Train arrives............... 2 07 P M
nrens Train arrives.........12 40 P M -
" " leaves.........2 15P M
ails close for all trains......... 1 30 P M
and Down Trains pass at this place.
.R. W. BOONE, P M
bewberry, S. C,, March 19.
'he First of the Season!~
THE FIRST NEWV STYLE SPRING
- And INSERTINGS,
OLD HAM BURGS,
ere received within the past week at
JONES & SATTERWFITE'S,
LEADERS OF LOw PRICES.
Demorest's What to Wear and how to
" Illustrated Portfolio of Fash
" Journal of Fashions.
At uIErLn BnO wmRR~.
POST OFFICE, v
NEWBERRY, S. C., Mar. 9, 1878.
List of advtrtise,1 letters for week ending E
March 16, 1878:
Allen, Mr.. Mattie Henry, H. P.
Cromer, Miss Huldah Hicks, Colman
Griffith, Miss Hassa Parker, Nilkes John
Goggins, Miss Laura Stepman, Elijah
A. .Senn, Mrs.Mary
Parties cal1ing for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
Newberry, S. C., March, 19.-Cotton, 9-.
Number of Bales shipped during week,
Newberry Prices Curren.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New....... 6J
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.....
Sides. C. R., .New........... 8
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New............. 6
Sides. C. R., New........... a 7i
Sides. Long Clear ...........
Uncanvassed Hams.......... 10
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 14
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 121
Leaf, in Buckets......... 13
Granulated Standarl.... ..12a
Extra C.................... 12J
Coffee C. ............. 11
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 49
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 40
TEA- 5 (
ALLSPICE .............. 25
PEPPER... .................. 0
Roasted or Parched...... 30
Best Rio. ...........26a
Good Rio................. 28a 25 T
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Unbolted.................... 931, J1
SOAP............................... 6a 10
STARCH............................. i1 a 18
STAR CANDLES ..................
FLOUR, per bbl............ . 9.00
PEARL O3INY ........ .....5..
CANDY . .....................
CO2CENTRATED LE.......... 15
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25 W
SEA 1,OAM BAKING POWDER... 35
TOBACCO................. 60a 1.25 A
NAILS (10) keg., . ................50
J4RROW TIES, per bunch......... 300 asm
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
RED OATS-per tu.......... 75a
NEW SHOES! NEW SHOES! V
We have just received our stock of
SPRING and SUMMER
SH OES. A
Prices of everything we sell guaran
teed to be THE VERY LOWEST.
JONES & SATTERWHITE,
1-2t Leaders of Low Prices. .
We have moved to W. T. TAR..
RANT'S old stand, ST.
NO, 5 MOLLOHON ROWV
WHERE WE ARE RECEIVING
A FULL LINE OF FRESH
AND DESIRABLE B
ElIIG GOODS 3
An inspection from our friends will Rea
prove greatly to their advantage. Nei
JONES & SATTERWHITE, 'less
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES, Ben
Newberry, S. C. lot<
March 5, 1878. 10-2m. -L. J
DOW AGAIN! !E
RE- OPENED. "
I WILL OPEN 4.
a Lot of Mens', Youths' and Boys' T
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
and rmany other GoodsL
At 33 1-3 per Cents Below
New York Cost.
Also, a very desirable assortmnent ofU
french and English Cassinleres,
At 25 per cent. less than they.cost, and
numerous other goods at a less pr:ce than
they can be bought for from any otherU
House in the State.
I OFFER THESE GRE AT INDUCEMENTSU
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY!
in order to make rooni for A FRESH
BPRING AND SUMMER STOCK which
Capt. McFall and myself will leave for New
York to purchase on or about 20th inst.
I will after this <4ay keep suit
A Bargain Counter, se
to which especial attention is called. all a
Ladies or gentlemen having any old gar- of t
mets they wish Dyed o.r Cleansed, if they app~
will bring same to my store before the 20th to
inst., they will be carried to New York free S.
of charge. pub
J. D. CASH. fr
Mar. 18, 11-2t. .day
HIDES AND BARK WANT1D. ~
The undersigned wishes to purchase at
his Tannery S
5,000 DRT OIR GREEN HIDES, (
4 CORDS TAN BARK,]
And has all kinds of LEATHER, extra
finish, for sale. Grist Mill in connection J
wihTneyuetqalt fMa ae
wihTney.Bs ult of JOEalmd. 11
'' PnteCrZif'ebr.COnY Rf!
ardware and Cutfeiy.
(P01P)(K. WM. JolmsOx.
!a th-- .a:mrlyoccupiedby
S. P. Bmozer & Co.
No. 3, Mollohon Row,
Il ioc & JoIsIll
F THEIR LARGE AND SPLENDID
Which Has Been Bought
SELL AT ASTONISHINGLY
EVERYTHINQ IN THE NEW STORE.
WN TO HRi PINs
,all and Be Convinced
AT MONEY CAN BE SAVED
BY PURCHASING OF
IPPOCK & JOHNSON.
in. 30,1 6-02m.
Ratches, flocks, Jewelry.
ITIES AND JEWLIY
t the New Store on ,ofe1Lt.
have now on band a large and elegant
TCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
LIN AND GUITAR STRINGS;
SPECTACLES AD SPECTCLE CASE,
EDDIM AD BIRTHDAY PRESETS.
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
11 orders by mail promptly attended to.
iteknmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
ill and examine my stock and prices.
ov. 21, 47-tf.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
JO0UNTY OF NEWBERRY.
N THE COMMON PLEAS.
r. JONES & W. C. PARKER, Puffs.,
W. H. WEBB, Defendant.
y v'irtue of an execution to me directed
ie above sr.ated case, and of other ex
ions against the defendant, I will sell
ewberry Court Hous~ on the first Mon
in April, A.D. 1 878, at public ontcry,
to the highest bidder, the following
I Estate, to-wit:
One House and Lot in the Town of
berry, containinig one acre more or
on Leavell street, occupie I by N. B.
yck, bounded by lot of the heirs of
son M. Jones, deceased, separated from
f W. T. Tarrant and by other lots of
One House and Lot, containing one
more or less, on Leavell street, occa
by W. 0. Goree, bounded by said street
other lots of L. J. Jones.
One House and Lot colitaining one
more or less, on corner of Boundary
Drayton streets, occupied by D. S. Sa t
hite, and bounded by said streets, 'by
f heirs of B. M. Jones, deceased, and
~f L. J. Jones.
Also that lot on Boyce stre'et, fronting
public Square, bonnded by lot of Na
d Bank of Newberry, S. C., J. P. Pool's
le, and Dr. James Mcintosh's lot, ocen
as a Law Office by L. J. Jones.
~rms Cash. Purchasers to pay for pa
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
arch11, 1878 St . 13~
THE UNEQUALLED iAS, LEFVL DOUBLE
PORT~ABLE AND STATIONARY
Saw, TlOUR AIND GEIST NILI8 .
tr. 13, 11-1y.
ATE~ OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ly James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
hereas, John W. Scott bath made
to me, to grant bim Letters of Admnin
tion of the Estate and effects of Scott
iese are therefore to cite and admonish
nd singular the kindred and creditors
he said deceased, that they be and
~ar, before me, in the Court of Probate,
be held at Newberry Court House,
,. on the 27th day of March, after
ication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the -
noon, to shew cause, if any they have,
the said Administration should not be
ted. Giveraunder.my hanid, this '7th
of Mareh1 Anno Domini 1878.
ar.. 18, 11-9t.
ALTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
~OUNTY QOF NEWBERRY.
N PROBATE COURT.
'es A. Rikard, as Adm'r., of George A.
ikard, dec'd., Plaintiff, vs. Elizabeth E.
ikard,-et a)., Defendants.
aplaint to Sell Land to Pay Debts, &c.
* * e * e e *
Sis Ordered: That the creditors of the
nom.e.. R 1ikard. ha and they are