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Special and Local.
W EDNESDAY, JAN. S. 1879.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISE3ENTS.
J. P. Poo'-Car.
j. i. Felrs-Citation.
Jieob Singley-Not ice.
Mayer & Ma1yer-No:ice.
Johnstoue & Fant-lDissolution of Part
Jnio.'B. Cirwile- Anual Meetin" of Stock
ho!der6 National1 Bank of Newberrv-Setui
SPECIA !~NOTICE.-Business no
tice's ini ti.< !octl cou-n are instrcd at
th raie of 15 cent per linc c'ch inser
Obitwtrie.s, notixs of meetings, coml
mlunicatuin rc?attry to per%onal inter
esto. ri>uis o rspe. e.ar(; chalrycd
as reyiart aderisecuts' at $1 ir
Notices of administration, and othr
legal notice, o>itr. tributcs3 f r.
and notice(s of mutiegs. as i us
emmunication.< f a persoiuld character
must be paN<l for in ulvunee
The s~bsc rij)tion price of the Herald
is $2.00 for ticelve months, -$1.00 for si c
manths, 50 cents for three montis and
25 cent.* for one mwntkt. in adence.
Names in futur;e will not be pIaced on
the subscription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Capt. John P. Aull died at his home,
a mile from town, Wednesday, the 1st
inst., of heart disease. Capt. Aull lived
all his life in this County; he was a
useful citizen, highly respected by all
who knew him, and in his death the
community has suffered a heavy loss.
Mrs. Fowles, of Beaufort, relict of
Rev. J. H. Fowles, died in town Wed
nesday, the 1st inst., in the sixty-eighth
year of her age. She was the mother
of Messrs. J. N. and S. B. Fowles. The
funeral services were held in the Epis
copal Church Thursday, and she was
buried in Rosemont Cemetery.
Mr. V. A. Mooney died in town
Thursday, the 2nd. at the residence of
hisson-in-Iaw, Mr. Jas. H. M. Kinard, of
paralysis, in the sixty-sixth year of his
age. He came here about a year ago
from Greenville, where he had lived
since 1835. He was born in Lincolnton,
N. C. His remains were carried to
Greenville Friday for interment.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
The new hotel at Clary's Spring, just
beyond Saluda, in Edgefield County,
was burned down Saturday night, 4th
instant. Loss about .$2,000-no i.usur
Another lot of those Fresh Crackers
in variety, and French Candy, at H. A.
Of calls on Monday for Miller's Al
manac was distressingly large. We
regret that this old time favorite is not
vet received from the p)ubhshiers. As
soon as received we will announce it.
Go to Burns, for your Fruits, Oranges,
Apples, Bananas, Lemons, to be had at
the Confectioner y of H. A. BUR~NS.
It was our pleaisure a few nights
since to receive a complimentary visit
from the Band, on which occasion they
discoursed in their usual happy style to
the delight of all in the house. Come
gy- All communications relating to
personal jnterests will be ms2erteu at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
A meeting of tihe ladies was held in
Tespe~n Hal], on the 2nd inst., to de
vise measures to raise the balance of
mnoney needed to erect a monument in
this County to the Confederate dead.
They decided upon a series of entertain
The little people find that Burns keeps
th sweetest Confectionery, and the old
p2op) eneourage themn to go there be
cause t 'y know it is so. Go to
Peterson's L dies' National Magazine
For Ferua -y is already received.
The number is a beautiful one, highly
embellished wit' ine engravir;gs, fash
ion plates and -itteruis, and the literary
contents excll ut. Address Chans. J.
?eterson, Phile' lelphia, with $2, for one
iear's subscrip ion.
Ogburn's B st, Free and Easy and T.
C. i). Tobacco, at H. A. Burns'. 21-tf
Mr. W. C. Chapman, of Columbia,
will come to Newvberry soon, probably
this week. to exhibit one of Edison's
Phonographs. As our people have never
seen a phonograph there will no doubt
be a large turn out to witness its won
derful performance. Exact time and
place will be made known.
A Change of Base
.But not a base cbange is being made
by Mri. M. Foot. who is to-day moving
his extensive stock ir.ao his ne w and ele
gant store rooms in Amnisoka, :md by
the time the H1-lA1.1 reaches its nume
rous readers in the County, he will be
prep4red to r.een-e and wait upon his
f'riends and cuIstomerS. WeC conigratu
late him on the change.
The Southern Cultivator.
Hiar reduced its subscription to 81 .GU
--e yr. postagm paid. The Jan uarv
A Pamthlet Free.
T'l E M UAY HIHLPnsx o
v&kmY, 129 East 28th St., New York
City, will send by mail a large pamphF
1e entitled Ev1YENCErS OF DR. FooTE'*
SuccEss as a writer and practitioner ol
medicine, and a catalogue of all their
pulItions-relaiing enough for sev
erai weeks--if you will but enclose one
letter stam) to their address. 2-2t.
he Fence Law.
There is a misapprehension on the
part of a great many :s regards the
time the nmw fenme law takes effect.
Our idea is that it took effect inime
diately upon its passage, and when it
says "the fences are required to be
comU pleted by thle - of March,"' it
means 1he line fVecs between those
Counties in which the law applies aid
those in which it do'es not.
A choice lot of Teas, at ?L A. Burns'.
At the pigeon shooting on the out
skirts of town Friday, Mr. J. A. Cromer
took first piize, killing three birds in
three shots. Mr. Ielier, Drs. Gilder
and Pope and 1aj. John Nance, tied on
two birds in three shots. They shot
over and the first three tied again. The
birds having given out, Mr. Ieller was
given second prize, and Drs. Gilder and
Pope threw dice for third. the fo-mer
winning. First prize, shot pouch, pow
der flask and bird bag; second, shot
pouch and powder flask; third, shot
bag. Three of the shooters did not
touch a bird.
A Good Example.
Our good old friend, Mr. Richard C.
Chapman, a veteran teacher in the
Methodist Sabbath School, gave hi,
class an elegant supper on Christmas
nignt-to which was invited the Super
intendent. The boys declare that it
was just the nicest set dowr of the
season, and that the privilege of put
ting their feet under Uncle Dick's table
was a rare treat, all of which the Super
intendent endorses. The happy old
gentleman made a mistake in' th* time,
it being just after an all-day feast of
sweet things, the chaps, therefore, could
not begin to do justice to the occasion.
Tiomrsox, Dentist, over _1ower's Store.
Mr. Shackleford has on exhibition a
piano from the celebrated factory of
Messrs. J. & C. Fischer, of New York,
which for beauty of finish and excel
lence of tone is excelled by no other.
Mr. S. is an accomplished musician and
his long experience in musical instru
ments, warrants us in saying? that the
uraise bestowed by him on this instru
ment can be relied upon. This one is
in advance of others of like character
whiebh he is to receive, and which will
be sold on the very lowest terms. We
advise those in want of a first class
piano to call and examine it.
Thiuking of the egg nlog, of wvhich
we wer.e not permitted to partake
Christmas, the coming of Satnt:t Claus,
the fatted turkey, on which there wvas
no interdiction, and scores of good
things :mnd mixed up things generally,
together with the intense cold, the mud,
etc., etc., caus;ed us to forget for the
time to thank Messrs. Kingsland &
Ieath, of Columbia, the great house
frnishing dealers, in behalf of our
btter half for a handsome and servicea
ble souivenir. Thank you, gentlemen,
may the year, 1670 bs. more prosperous
than any that have preceded it.
Silas Johnstone, Esq., has received
from the acting Governor the appoint
ment of Master in Equity for this
County. His duties will he to act as
referee, to sell lands in cases of equita
ble relief, to issue certain writs and
prcsss &c., or about the same as
those formerly discharged by the Com
missiner in Equity. The latter offiee
Mr. Johnstone held for 12 years, filling
the positionl with marked ability. This
fact, added to his weil knw legal ae
quirement s, render him specially liitted
for the p)ositioni of Master in Equity.
i1s bond1( is 88,000 which lie will till
out as soon as he gets his commission.
WVith previous announcemelnt ws
hav'e stricken off the subscription lista
number of subscribers who are in ar
rears, together with tihe names of some1
whs ine has just expired, and in do
ig so we wish it understood that nc
ofense is intend(ed, we would like tc
eel) each one on the books, but canno'
10 so without the money. We give a
good paper, full value for the amouni
cared, and bave to pay cash foi
printing, and aside from the equity o
the demand for cash, necessity compels
to the course. Do not be oftenided
friends, but come in and renew, and wt
prms you good things for the ye
We take pleasure in adding our en
Id orseent to the action of the mieeting
last week returning thanks to the T1owr
Council for the able manner in whiel
they dlischarged their dluties the pals
ver,an wouQld hiave been pleased ha<
the entire ticket been renomrinated
As it is we are satisfied, however, tha
Ionly t wo changes have been mnade-one
(.hlent worker suggestedl in p)laes o
ohes. We hope the nomination wil
receive ar large vote as an atppreciatio:
of the good work already done. W<
oo fr, .a s.a,. engine and fire well
)e;.pite the cold weather a large
crowd was in town Monday. The
Sheriff sold the following real estate:
House and lot in town on Adams Street,
in front of Female Academy-Jno. Sat
terwhite, vs. W. G. Mayes-to R. H.
Wright, for t2,000; 160 acres, bounded
by lands of Sam'] Chapman, dee'd., A.
B. Cromer, Sarah Dennis and others
II. C. Moses, as Adm'r., vs. P. 11. Den
n1is-to J. N. Martin, for 8900; 76
acres, bounded by lands of Elizabeth
Griffin, Abram Mocre, JIo. MCCul
lough and Mary Griflin-Steffens &
Werner vs. W. W. Griffin-to Francis
Bobb, for S295.
A considerable amount of personal
1ro)1tv was sold.
Geo. S. Mower, assignee of H. H.
Blease, sold the lot on Pratt Street, be
tween the stores of J. 1). Cash and 1.
B. Keene--bought by Geo. S. Mower
at $2,500. --
NEWiEItry C. I., S. C-,
January 1, 1879.
Amount of business transacted at the
Newberry Post Oftice for the year end
ing Dec. *31st, 1878:
Money Orders Issued.... 2,267 $22,30s 97*
Ioney Orders Paid....... 4SS 7,S12 21
Registered Letters For
warded .... ......... 186
Registered Letters Re
Postage Stamps Sold.... (!), 7- 1.55 93
Postal Cards sold... 18,S45 1 45
Stanjped Envelopes and
SolW............... 19,155 C-84 17
Let ters Forwarded......... 7.400
Postal CardsForwarded 31.!00
Letters Received. 99-2i)
'ostal Cards Received.. 37.500
Papers Forwarded......... :2t
Papers Received (daily). 23.250
'- (weekly) 5,94i"
Total amount of Letters,
Postal Cards and Pa
pers IHti lled..........311,720
R'. W. BOONE, P. M.
*An increase of nearly s2,000 over last
A New Health Almanac.
We have just received from the
pubbshers the illustrated annual of
Phrenology and Health Almanac for
1879, 72 pp., price 10 cents. This pub
lication should be a necessity in all well
regulated families, for it is full of vali
able reading matter relating to Phre
nology. Physiognomy, Health, Hygiene,
Diet, etc. This number, in addition to
the usual astr-onomical notes, monthly
alandars, etc., contains many .C;seaso
able suggestions; notes oneonsumi.ptionl,
care of the eyes, diphtheria, heart dis
ease, dyspepsia, sunstrokes, sprains,
ague and fever, drowning, diet, etc.,
with portraits and Sketches of Jean L.
E. Meissonier, John Everett Millais,
Almir-a Lincoln Phelps, temperaments
and matrimony illustrated. Importance
of mental balance, glimpses of Rocky
Mountain scenery, with beautiful illus
trations: the Bobolink, Principles of
Phrenology, showing location of the
organs, etc., and notices of recent pub
lintions; also a sulplement, wvith ad
dr!!ses. etc., relating to the A merican
institute of Phrenology, and all for
only 10 cents. It is handsomely printed,
and must have a wide circulation ; and
we would say, send 10 cents in postage
stamps at once to the publisher-s, S. R.
Wells & Co., 737 Broad way, New York.
Thle town of Newberriy is famous for
its "poundings." Since Christmats there
ha:ve been several, and prealchers and
peoplel have been made glad. We like
these little mar-ks of affectiona~te es
teem and call them little because the
cost to each one making up the pounds
is not much intrinsically ani is not felt in
the giving. The oftener they occur the
better say we- about thre-e times a year
w~ill do until every body gets educated
into the habit and then as often as it
The Rev. Mr. Fahr, of the Pr-esbyte
ran Chur-ch, and the Rev. L. Broaddus,
Iof the Baptist Chur-ch, were not forgot
ten during the Chr-istmas holidays, but
reeived substantial tokens of the e-s
eem in which they are held.
Then on Thursday rigl;t th:e Metho
dist Station Parsonage was s ummwarily
invaded, andl the new pastor-, Rev. J.
B. Campbell, taken completely by sur
Iprise. Quite a inmer- of the good peo
p.clrepresenting all the chur-ches wer-e
p)resent, and as every onec carried somec
thing to deposit on his table, the result
was a very nice spr-ead. The band also
tuned out and pounded on both drumis
and blewv all their hornis.
Rev. G. WV. Holland, th;g effieient
President of New berr-y CohIege, re
ceived a pound(intg by the members of
-Luther Chapel Christmas.
We are pleased to add in this con
nection that Newbrr-y's old favorite, the
Rev. J1. M. Boyd, ou his return home
from Conference to his charge at Ropk
- ill, also received a pounding.
Let the good wor-k go steadily on.
Now is the Time.
At this season of thle year ever-y one
is on the look out f'or something new.
nice and cheap. somiething extra, for- it
is hlidy tme,Chrstms i athand,
and every one, big and lhttle, must be
made to feel just a little happier than
omwon, the cost being a second(ary
consideration, fo.r it only comes once a
y~ar, you know. Its a :atiedi fact that
something has to be bought, perhaps
many th ings, for sonme men and womnn
(do thlings on a1 gr-and scale in the happy
Chrstmas time, make ever- so many
little and big ones happy and feel the
I better for it'in the doing. This p)oint
I seimi thm quesion mrises what shall
Col. T. J. Maffett's son Robert, about
11 years of age, was accidentalIv shot in
the head Wednesday, the 1st instant,
with a )stol, bV one of his playniates.
Dr. J.M. Thompson,of Silver Street,and
Dr. McIntosh, from town, were sent for
and found the ball embedded between
the outer and inner bones of the skull
above the ear. The wound is consid
ered dangerous. :nd the chances of his
recovery are doubtful.
Since writing the above we learn
that the lad is doing very well, with
every prospect of recovery. The ball
has not been extracted.
Mr. George Long was accidently shot
with a pistol Tuesday, the 31st ult. Hie
was standing near some parties who
were examining a pistol, when it
went off, the ball passing through his
arm just above the wrist, between the
two bones. The ball was from a 44
calibre vistol, and wade quite a severe
While Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman,
recently married, were going honie on
the night of the 30th ut., in : buggy
from a party at Mrs. Sample's, in Edge
fleid, the buggy ran over a tree and
they were thrown out. Mrs. Coleman
had her arm broken very near the
shoulder joint. Mrs. C. was formerly
Miss Lucy Gilder.
A colored boy on Mr. Samuel S. Pay
singer's place put a hall through the
middle finger of his left hand Christ
The citizens of Newherry met in the
Court House, pursuant to call, Friday,
the 3rd inst, for the purpose of nomina
ting an Intendant and four Wardens for
the ensuing year. Jamesl M. Baxter,
Esq., was called to the Chair, and C. B.
Buist, Esq., was chosen Secretary. Dr.
W. E. Pelham moved that a committee
of nine, two from each ward and one
at large, be appointed by the Chair to
suggest nominations - carried. The
Chair appointed Dr. W. E. Pelham,
W. H. Wallace, John 8. Fair, S. P.
Boozer, J. 11. Gaillird, George John
stone, E. A. Scott, F. V. Fant, Sinicon
Young. The Committee made the fol
J. P. POOL.
* Ward 1-L. M. Speers.
Ward 2-El. H. Christian.
Ward 3-J. M. Joh)nstone.
Ward 4-G. S. Mower.
The report was unanimously adlopted.
TPhe following resolutions offered by
Louis W. Si mpkins were unanimously
adopted: Resolved, That this meeting
smeerely and heartily tender to the
lon. TIown Council of Ne wberry, S. C.,
for the past year, their thanks for tile
able manner with which they have
dishargedl the duities of their offices,
and tihe many personal sacrifices they
have made for the public good.
2. That a copy of the above resolu
tion be transmitted to tihe Clerk of the
Town Council of Newvberry, S. C., to
be placed on public re'mord.
3. That tile thanks of this meeting
are due and are hereby tendered to
Maj. James M. Baxter for tile ability
anld courtesy with which he has pr~e
On motion the meeting adjourned.
C. B. BUIST, Secretary.
Tile .lection comes olf T1uesda~y, the
D)r. Fant is able to come down street,
though not wvell yet.
Mr. 1L. C. Moore egpects to farm this
year in Abbevilie County.
Mr. John C. Lane lately received in
juries by the kick of a mule.
Wec are glad to see Mr. Latimier WV.
Long out again after his severe illness.
Mr. C. WV. Buford, who has been very
low with typhoid fever, is getting well.
Tihe rheumatics still have fast hold of
Mr. Cash, keeping him coniined to the
Col. M. L. Bonham, Editor of the
Ninety-Six Guardind, was in town
Mr. John A. Workman, who broke
his leg in town December 21st, is getting
Mr. John A. Chapman has mnoved
his book store from lawv range to Mrs.
Mower's corner store.
We were glad to welcome our old
friend, Mr. Jacob) Singley, into our
ofice Wednesday, after a recent illness.
James Packer, Esq., hias rented Mr.
Shackelford's house on Adatms Street,
and has mn'ved in.
Mr. James Rollison has mloved into
the house belonging to D)r. Thompson,
on the samie street, recently occuplied
by Mr. Packer.
Mr. T. M. Lake is the modern Niml
~o. Hie has a fine pack of hounds,
and can catch a fox or a rabbit any day
of the week.
Tihomnas and( Sam Pritehard reachecd
here last Tuesday night. They came
in a buggy and piowed signs of travel
Mr. Silas McIver, who clerked for
D)r. Fant last year,. has gone hack to
New York. Mr. J. W. Ferguson, a
druggist from Ch.u-leston, takes his
ITrial Justice Packer hats bought the
photograph app)aratus of D)r. Bruce, arnd
has moved into Dr. Bru1ce's 01(1 stand,
over Keene's, where hIe will combine
the l-m- and the fine arts.
Weather is cold.
Tie new year started fairly.
Have yon turned over a new leaf?
Winter in all its severity is upon us.
Liickilv wood is coming in at list
The local has been obliged to neglect
this column lately-and hopes to do
better from now forward.
Snbtscrihers in arrears are paying up
and new oics are cominilg m. an
The more subscriher.z we h:ive this
year the better can we nake the Iii.
As we are all now supposed to be
turning over new leaves in life. We
venture to say
Do not part your hair on the side,
girls-it looks fast; and
Ye boys, be eareful riot to part yours
in the middle-it shows weakness inthe
There is too muchi promiscuous kiss
ing in this country-stop it.
Do not take the last piece of anything
on the plate at !able-the cook is eln
titled to a share. Young and old folks
as well should avoid it if they wish to
live long and be honored.
Do not call a man a liar unless you
have a lump in your throat, and are
sure he is a liar.
Take the Newherry HERAmD for the
ensuing twelve months and you will
not regret it. This covers the whole
There were no Christmas or New
Years' presents received at this oflice.
Wliat was the reason?
There was less blowing of horns and
penny trumpets during the holidays
than on any previons occasion known
to the oldest inhabitant.
Grace Church, at Prosperity, had a
beautiful Christmas Tree. Four hun
dred and thirty-seven gifts were distri
The lovers of the dance welcomed
in the new year by tripping the light
fantastic in Odd Fellows' Hall.
A colored man of this County killed
during the year 1878 one hundred and
thirty-five squirrels and twenty-five
o'possuims. The squirrels he sold at
the rate of two for a quarter.
Court. begins here the first Monday in
February, being the 7th day. Judge
Aldrich will p)residle.
People in town who own cows should
keep them up. If they don't there's
bound to b)e trouble.
The bill to reduce Sheriff's fee to 20
cents a day for dieting prisoners did
A goodly number of our subscribers
came in Monday and renewed with the
cash. Let others come and do likewise.
Jeff Cannon, colored, is building
himself a neat little house on Chine
The monologue concert by Miss Aula
Moore Fridlay night was slimly attended.
The extremely cold weather and two
parties in town kept sprepd away.
The Thermometer F'riday morning
was only live degrees above zero. The
oldest inhabitants say it is the coldest
spl frsveral years.
It was a sight calculated to excite the
profoundest sympathy to see five old
bachelors shivering on the street corner
Notwithstanding the cold Rev. Mr.
Campbell had a full church Sunday to
hear his first sermon. His subject was
the divine justice and impartiality.
County Treasurer Whites has re
simed specie payments; lie paid a
check January 1st in gold.
The Silver Cornet Band enljoyed a
fine hot supper at the Blease Hotel
Thursday night at the invitation of the
The Council had a rich ease at their
last meeting; it im?a "Cousin Sallie
Some of our citizens say that Friday
night was the coldest they have felt fot
Since the adoption of the new fence
law some of our farmers are selling
rails for lire wood.
Our neighbor, the Newberry Kews,
has entered upon its second year. Its
first year. has been very creditable, and
we hope the clos-e of its secondl will
find it still improving and thrivin-z.
There was not much cbanging of
farm hands this year. Each year ten
ants and laborers, as well as landlords,
become less disposed to niake jAhanger,.
We ar.e coming grad uallyr in the South
to the tenantry system.
We trust that every one indebted to
this office either for subscription or ad.
vertising will come in and settle prompt
ly. We have no idea of heing ale tc
squeeze blood out of' a turnip, that i
get money from a man who has none,
but we (10 intend( to get what is due us
if there is the least possible showing.
The man who said "stop) the HERtAI.
because he was dunned, is politely in.
formed that we w'll do no such thing,
but continue to p)rint it as long as w~
have a dollar to buy ink and pa>
with. There now, you skinmtlint.
We are talking now reader. andi i;
you are one of the class known :a
borwr,wss o pt:~ tl t
orrotwces, twe sk youm plany onger.it
o in chad subspriner nlne
ben anpd inoubsibl. hleou
sTacle oretree oexca dy.r have
.een slipped.i onu aey hl u
spectacles were off duty. Whoeve
Several negroes broke into the stol
of Mr. Wn. E. Clarv, at Saluda Oi
Town, Satturday night, :Ind stole sevt
ral articles. Warrants are ont for thei
Wien a man leaves our side an d go(
to the other side, lie is a traitor, an
we a1lways feel that there was a subt!
something wrong with him. But whe
3 M:111 leaves the other side and coic
over to tlz, lhe-n ho is : man 4f gre:
U(ora.l courage, and we always feel th:
ie ha! .strling slf1' in him.
This is noi the season for swimming
bM still we feel impelled to say that
woman can't put on any side-saddle aii
when she gocs into the water. Sh
lhas eliter to kick out like a mian or g
As al evidence of the extremely col
weather Friday night, Scott's Cree
was frozel over in some places.
We hear that a barrel of whiskev wa
changed fron the liquid to the soli
state, necessitating eithor selling it b
the pound or remelting it.
Jee Cream was p-Itiful .
Newberi-ry Ponioua range, No.
The refgular neetings of this Grange wi
t held at Odd Fellows' Hall, in Newberry
on F1uDAY folloVing Sal. -day in Januar.
April, July, and October of each year, at
o'clock in the forenoon.
A. J. KILGORE, Secretary.
SNEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. 7, 1879.
Ordinary. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. a6
Good Orlinary...................... 6ia7
Low Middling-....................... 7 a7
Middlingr .... 7 a8
Goud deman'd at qaotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO
bhuldders, Prime New. ...... 5
Shoulders. Sugar Cured.....
Sides. C. R.. New............
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New...-......... 5
Sides, C. It., New........... a 6
6ides, Long Clear...........
Uncanvassed Ianis.......... 10
Canvassed Hums, (31agnolia) 16
Leaf, in Tierces.............. 121
Lea,; in Buckets..,.......... 13
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a
Extra C..................... 12L
Coffee C.-............. 11
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans M1olasses. 4-0
Sugar IHouse 31olasses. 40
G;un pow der.-............-....-.1.5)
ALLSPICE................. ... 25
Rouasted or Parched...30
Good 1Ri.......... ...... 23a 25
Cider Vinegar...... 50)
White Wiue Vinegar..- 63
SCARCIL.......................... l1 a 16
SEFAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOURI, perbbl................ 6.00a 7.50
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 15
I'NGL1IIH $ODA................. 10
HlOISFOR D-S BAKiINGi POWDEIR 25
SEA FOAMI UAEING P'OWDEit... 5
AXLE GItEASE........... ... 1
NAI LS 1IOkeg..................5
BA GG ING-Heavy... ............... 15
ARRiOW TIES, per bunch.........-.. 2 7.5
RED> CLOVER SEED-per lb.....20
ICED OATS-per tu.............4a
'-It is worth double its price."-Ottawa (Can
D7 CH E AP ES T AN D BE ST ! .]U
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTERNS !
[7 A SUPPLEMENT will be given in ever
numrber for 1879. containing a full-size papel
p:-ttern for a lady's or chtild's dress. Every sal
scriber will receive. during the year, twelve <
these patterns, so that the alone will be wvort
more than the subscription price. Great in
provements will be made in other respects. .4
--PETrERsoN'a MAGAEINE" contadins, ev-er
year-. 1,;i0 pages, 14 steel p lates, 12 colored Ber
lin patterns. 12 mammoth colored fashion plate
24 pages ot' music. and about 900 wood cuts. 11
prrm:cpal emnbel lishments are
SUPERB STEEL ENGRAVINGS !
its immense circulation enarbies its pr-oprietc
to spend more on embellishments, stories. &c
than any other- It gives more for the mone
than unv in the world. Its
THRILLING TALES AND NOVELETTES
Are the best published auywhere. Al] the moi
pop1uar writers are rnmployed to write original]
for "Peterecn."' In 1879.. in add ition to the usut
quantity of short stories. FIVE ORtiGINA
Ct)tYl10Gi HF N VE LETTES wili be given. b
Ann S Stt-phens, F-rrnk Lee Benetiiet. Franet
llod.g,on l;u-rett. .!aue G. Austin. and tiat u:
rivalled h?rumriisi, the anthor of - -.&:-.h A;.len
MAMIMOTH COLORED F&SHION PLATE
Ahead of all others. These plateS are engrave
ou steel. Twice TuE UsuaL size. and are ui
equaled iLir beauty. They. w~iri bt. superbly eo
ored. Also. ilousehold anid other receipts-:
short. everyth ig interetsting to lad is..
N. B.-As the publisher nd6w pre-pays- rho posi
a ac to all mail subscribers. '-Peterson-'is cI ESA]
En TiAas EVEIt; iul iact is TuH. CuEAPEsT I
TEI:Ms (Always in Advance) $2.0') A YEAR.
2 Copies for $3.50; 3 Copies for $4 5.; With
copy of the premium picture, 24x20, '-Canis
BLEssiNG LITTLE CHLDr:EN," a tive dollar ei
graviuig, to the person getting up the Club.
4 Copies for $6.50; 6 Copies for M.00;1
Copies for $14 00; With an extra copy of ti
Magazine for 1879, as a premium, to the perso
getting up tihe Club.
5 Copies for SS.00; 7 Copies for $10.50;:
.'opies for $17.00; With both an extra copy
the M1agazine for 1879. and the premium p icture
a live dollar engraving, to the person getting u
the Club. Address, post-paid.
CHIARLES J. P'EUERSON.
.3. 6 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
E7 Specimens sent gratis, if written for.
Bishop Marvin' s Works
To Tin-: EAST BY WAY OF TiHE WVEST. B
Boog :ofSEMONs. By 1ishrop 3Malviil 2
D riNLINn,cI:ITY. By D:hhop)
Marvin................ ........ ... 10
WOR:K OF CHulsT. By Bishop 3Mariil 'i
LIFE OF lt EY. WV. G. CAPLES. By is.h--.
LIFE A ND L ABORS OF BISHIOi MAa VIN
Bv Dr. 31'Anally......... ........ 1
AROUND THE XXOILD. By E. R- ILe -
drix, D. D..... ...............--S
.1OI HLRN iyA .Iago
OUR..HILDRE. .... -.....g.od,
n n .......... 1 5
IN, IE WWJ: ER
nmec twith the.
k which lhas heeU,l
i-ed it, aud the
d to the C Wes CA
A LIBERAL AND
EVERY EFFORT ON THE I
SHALL BE PUT FORTH TO
NOT ONLY IN POINT
ENECUTION, BUT IN
In short it is determined to
that every main and w
WILL WANT ITS
TiuE SA.Mi. LIBERAL '."
$2.00 per Annum in Adi
paid in three months
which time if not pai
It Can be Taken foi
TiE JOB PRINTI
Is prepared to execute all ki
most disp)atch, and at prit
SI V7E UTS
Is supplied with a full and c
sold at reascr
Jan. 1. 1879.
WPatches, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
. I haive now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AN~D SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN END)LESS VARIETY.
All orders b)y mhai1 promptly attended to.
~Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and' with Dispatch.
Ca '.ll and exaimine may stock anrd pr;ces.
A new supply cr L,be ue!ehratedNe
Reg:lator arnd Gulf State Cooking~ Store S
received tii day. Prices~ l..w arnd satisfac
t tions guaranteetd Call adi e xainie at
.S. P. BoOZER'S Hardware Stere.
ii Jian 1, 1879-1-lSt.
n Tennessee Pork Sausage.
~iTennessee Beet' Sausage.
Together with m'ny othier seasonable
ar For sale'oy
e Dec. 25, 52-tf.
SFOR Til H0OLDi1TS
EVERYTHIINGi AT B0T1O0M PRICES.
IConifectioneries ini variety,r
- P'lain anid French Candy.
Len oirOlI. orane,Bnns
Iaisins, Currants, Citroa,
y Sntes,reanns. Pepper.
Chewijng anid .isokin;; Tobacco arnd Choice
0 . ;*j Pike spec*i::y, amnonrg whiach areC the
celebratedl Monticello Pickies a,nd Chow
0 Cig HEAP ::E CHAP! u
0H. A. BURNS'.
0 Nov. 27, $-Nt.
0 On thre 25th day of Janruary, 187C,. il
0 make a ftnal ~Ld~rnc~t Oai die Estate of
appel is maed
r the Couidy yori
NRT OF THIiE PUBLISHER
MAKE IT ACCEPTABLE
ALL THE VARIOUS
L and SELECTED.
make it so acceptable as
oman in the County
'ERMs ARE OFFERED:
7ance, or $2.50 if not
-at the expiration of
d it will be stopped.
12, 6 or 3 Months.
nds of wvork with the ut
~es as low as the lowest.
A T.R IAL .
legant stock, which will be
Uardware and4 Cutlery.
LOW PRIE COTTON
The undersigned ask to ensll attention of
hl FaY rmers and Mechanies toi thei;*-new
of all kinds,
Of the "Averv Patent."
Of all grades and prices.
Of all kiads.
Picks, Grubbing Hoes, &c.
Also, a splendid lot of
Darpenters' anld Blacksmiths'
kii laid in at prices that will meet the losw
>rite of cotton. Call and see for yourselves,
t the Hardware S,.ore o0
lOFPOCK & JON,
No. 3, Mollohon Row.
The underigned have the econtrol of 'the
stock of Doggies shipp,ed here from Cincin
ati, by Yessrs. Emierson, Fisher & Co,
nd will sell themn at the prie they sold
t. Call an'i see them.
COPPOGK & JOHNSON.
00PP0%K & JtJINON
Are Agents for the celebrated N. Y.
ENAMELED READY MIXED PAINTS,
-all and see samnples of same. Also, AT
'ANTIC WtIlTE LEAD AND OILS, AND
~ANCY PAINTS. We will sell within the~
each of every one, FOR CAtH.
A pr. 24, 17-t f.
NOTIIJ TO F1W IIiS
Also, a freTh lot of Wa in aind Riding
~addles. Wago:, Dreechzingi, Lhm's and Col
arS. Sale :and Fpper L" ther, liarnes~s and
Whang Leathe~r. All of which will 'e of
ered at lo)w prices.
Agents for all kinds Machinery,
COP'POCK & JOHNSON.
Se p. :2, 1878-:--f.
otice for Final Discharge.
I will appiy to the Probate Court o,f
%ewberry County, on the 18th day of Jan:
iary next, for a final disc.iarge as Guardi en
)t George T. Elisor.