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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, J UNE 29, 1881
INDhX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
John S. Fair-Tax Notice.
Darr & Parmelee-Prospectus.
C. C. Cha_e-The Globe Hotel.
Jno. B. Carwile-Dividend No. 20.
L. E. Norryce-Pianos and Organs.
Herald Book St re-Neat and Handy.
Wm. Langford-Mendenhall Mill Rebuilt
Fannie N. Baxter, Adrn'x. vs. Lucy W.
Baxter, et al.
Amanda J. Cash, Adm'x. vs. Shelton S.
Langford, Adm'r , et al.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives............12 55 P M
Up mail closes at ................12 25 P M
Down Train arrives ........... 3 54 P M
Down mail closes at............. 3 25 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 30 A M
Laurens Train leaves... ........ 4 00 P Ml
Laurens mail closes at.......... 3 25 P M
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., May 16, 1881.
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months, 50 cents for three months an<
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.
gr All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance. tf
This paper may be found on filc at Geo. P.
Roweln & Co's Newspaper A t=ertising Bu
reau (10 Spruce St.,) where adv-rtising cor'
tracts may be made for it in New Yors.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
A little daughter of Mr. J. W. Frank
lin, aged 7 months and 16 days, died
Sunday, the 19th inst.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blease, of Union,
lost their only child, a girl, eleven
months old, Tuesday, 21st. The body
was brought to Newberry and buried
in the family burying ground.
Mrs. Amanda R. Coleman, wife of
Mr. E. P. Coleman, died at the resi
dence of her brother. Dr. J. WV. Spear
man, at Seneca City, Oconee County,
the 12th instant, in the 44th year of her
Mr.. Jno. B. Leonard died at his
home in Newberry Monday, 27th
-instant. He had been in feeble heahh
for some time, but was able to be up
and attend to business. He intended
to go to Glenn Springs this week.
Sunday night he slept well; but
shortly after 6 o'clock in the morn
ing he told his wife that he was feel
ing very badly, and asked her to send
for a physician. She sent immediate
ly. The physician arrived in a few
minutes, but found him dead.
Mr. Leonard came to Newberry in
138, from Jonesville, Yadkin County,
N. 0., and has been in business here
since. -He was about thirty-five years
of age. and leaves a wife and one
child. The body was buried this
(Tuesday) morning at Rosemnont Cem
iJeat and Handy.
Card Cases for the ladies, Morocco
and Russia, cheap. At
26-St HERAu BOOK STORE.
Butler & Kibler.
Mr. D. W. T. Kibler has bought out
Mr. R. H. Anderson's half interest in
the steam mill in town, and the mill
has been started again on full time.
Mr. Simeon S. Abrams' horse ran
away with his plow Saturday, the 18th
instant. The plow struck Mr. A brams,
and broke his thigh. He is getting on
The new Methodist Church at E bene
zer, .two miles from town, will be ded:
cated jaext Sunday. Rev. Jno. T.
Wightman, D.D., of Spartanburg, has
been invited by the Pastor, Mr. Stokes,
to preach the sermon.
Mr. F. S. Paysinger's fine horse, Jim,
ran away with his buggy in town Wed
nesday night while Mr. P. was return
ing from the College reception. Mr.
Paysinger was thrown out and received
an ugly cut across the back of i2is head,
which Dr. Garmuany sewed up. The
buggy was pretty badly broken.
The American Agriculturist.
The July number of this splendid
monthly is on our table, and we can
not speak too highly in its praise. It
treats of every interesr connected with
?he farm and the garden, and therefore
~is invaluable. OK: 31. 50 a year, and
can be had b,y idd~ essing the Orange
Judd Co., New: York, or at this office.
Willie Ruff, ai colo'red youth about
sixteen years o)f age, is in jail charged
with commintinlg rape on a colored girl
on Mr. Mieajah Epps' place Sunday,
19th instatnt. He is the same person
that was tried for a similar offence at
late term of the Sessions Court and
WADLEY, EMANUEL Co.. GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, I tried vour a
Star Curine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re-a
ceived during the late war. After hav
1 ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is a success, for I have had t
experience with different physicians and fi
remedies, and found nothing to cure me, c
until I used your Star Curine, which has ,
cured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I am yours. respectfully,
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELHAM. 50-ly 1
Let no one pronounce a judgment on
the Reviaioa of the New Testament un
til he ha- read 1)r. Roberts' Companion. a
Only such can know the defects of the
authorized version and how well they
have been supplied. For sale at HER
Ai., Book Store. 24-3t. t
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THE COMPANION a
TO THE NEW TESTAMENT. n<
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for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de- hi
licious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles. th
Call on your druggist before it is too at
.ate and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula at
Syrup and Star Curine. ht
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President nb
of Moore's Southern Business Universi
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify that G
I1 have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
in my family for several years, and can to
recommend it as an invaluable remedy
for Coughs. etc., and have found it su- Pi
kc.:: to any other i-emedies that I have
tried. rvr sale by Dr. W. E. PEL
IRA M. 50--1.
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AI:BEVILLE CO., S. C., April 2, 1879. Ho
This is to certify that I have used ce
HUI.L's HEPATIC PANACEA in affeC- pi
tions of the Liver with'good results, and al]
can recommend the -medicine to the on
public. J. W. CALHOUN, M. D. wE
or For sale to the trade by W. H. ge
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
Foiham. 24-1m. Tia
When the Fields are White with Cotton!
'No money now; can't buy Pianos pr
or Organs till cotton comes in.' Yes ne
you can. Rake up $10 Cash on anp
Organ, or $25 C1ash on a Piano, and wea
will sell you during June, July, Augusta
and September, RocK BOTOM CASH
RATES, and wait 3 months for the bal- e
anee wthJout one cent of interest. Cash ce
Rates. Th'ree Months Credit. No In- t
terest. Don't forget it. Grand Sum- ha
mer Clearing Out Sale of New and th~
Second-Hand Instruments-500 Pianos, ati
500 Organs. All grades. All prices. Dr
ust be closed out. S.peciai Terms to
nstallment buyers. Cash prices ad. i
ranced only Ten Per Gent. Fifteen be
Days Te'st Trial. Guaranteed Instru- 20
menits from six best makers. Catalogues
a:d full information mailed free of
carge. Avoid being imposed upon by re
Beatty, or any other man, by ordering e
t once from the Great Wholesale Piano
and Organ Depot f the South, LUD-re
DEN & BATES' SOUTHERN MUSIC
OUSE, SAVANNAH, GA. 23-4t. c
God bless the wives!]
Who fili our lives r
With little bees and honey!I
They ease life's shocks, Th
They mend our soeks,
But-don't they spend the money ?
Well, suppose they do. what of it? Th]
Well, nothing, provided they spend it
t Kingsland & Heath's popular ChinaSc
nd House-furnishing Store. Money ~
spent there is well spent, for you getfo
he worth of it every time. When you e
isit Columbia do not fail to pay them ee
visit. 28-tf. Tr
Mi- The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's. de,
NEW PUBLICATIONS! leo
Leslie's Sunday Magazine. Th]
Boys Nickel Library. le8
New York Weekly.
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iens for Sale- in
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent, eni
for sale at this office-.a
endall's Treatise on the Horse. tai
This valuable book is for sale at the lot
ERAD Book Store, price only 25 eents nei
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00. in
This book tells you what to do for yourh
orse when sick, and treats of every dis- he
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a or
opy and save money and anxiety. ral
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THoMPsO., Dentist, opposite Herald office the
lub Rates. -r
The Columbia Register will be club- an
bed with the HERA&D s follows: Week
y Register and HERALD $3.50, i- Ba
weekly Register and H E RALD $5, Daily
Register and HERALD $8.75.
The Weekly Yeoman and HERALD at ryl
3.50. 47-tf- tos
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu- aft
rine are purely vegetable. Why will tw
you: suffer with Caxncer, White Swelling, sid
atarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv- w
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
two great remedies will cure you? an
From C. D. McCurry. Newnan Co., nit
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's w~
Exetrnan ru rvnie yp
littetornt hand broup aretiere frm pe
Spsoi<ru uigtengt r
httenson hadbout tw rea sufferesribed.li
fpsordimci Croup dringtve, wih has fol
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribed .
rm. h;m hie (%n n Procondva which hne foi
We send out notices this week t
subscribers whose time has expired
s well as to those who are in arrears
onie may -be overlooked who ari
ware that they owe for the paper
'rom each and all we request a remit
tnce, as it is impossible to furnish th<
rst class paper that we do without the
:tsh. We do not wish to cut oil' a sin.
le name, but will be compelled to
o SO when phaymwnts are not made.
Only three moie subscribers to the
elephone are needed. The following
e the subscribers so far: C. & G. It
National Bank, R. L. McCaughrin,
J. McCaughrin, )r. S. F. Fant, J.
Martin, Y. J. Pope. The requisite
umber will be obtained, and we expect
see the Telephone in operation in
ewberry in a short while.
Mr. I. M. Smith, of the Bush River
burch section, brought in Wednesday
large, well-fruited stalk of cotton
-arly waist higb, that he says is a pret
fair sample of a five acre patch. His
hole crop is good.
This same young farmer made this
sar between four hundred and five
indred bushels of oats.
ie Weekly Carolinian.
We welcome on our exchange list
e above mentioned paper, pub:ished
Gaffney City, S. C., by our 4u friend
d veteran Mr. E. H. Britton, who
s pitched his tent once more on his
Ltive heath. The C .linian is hand
mely printed aui edited with vigor.
:ffihey is to be congratulated. - Success
anes and Organs.
Attention is called to the special Sum
ar ofter on Pianos and Organs by Mr.
E. Norryce, of the McSmith Music
>use of Greenville. The offer is ex
edingly liberal, and on such terms a
ano or Organ is within the reach of
If any of our readers desire any
e of the above kinds of instruments
advise them to correspond with this
,e Sumter Advance.
Messrs. Darr & Parmelee, practical
inters of skill and experience in the
wspaper business, will commence the
blication of the Sumter Advance
out the first of August. There are
-eady three papers published there,
t they are going into it with their
es open and a determination to sue
d. Personally acquainted with both
se gentlemen we know that they
ye all the elements in them to make
:Advance first,.elass. Our best wishes
ur. 0. H. P. Pant, of Roseboro', was
town Friday ; he states that ther3 has
a no rain in his section sin-e the
; day of April.
Mfr. J. S. Blalock, of Martin's Depot,
de the same day a precisely similar
>ort from his section.
Hr. M. M. Baford, near Liberty Hall,
de the same report the same day in
gard to his section.
rhey all report crops in a deplorable
Iope they got rain Friday and Sat
e Trustees of Newberry College
let Tuesday, 21st. Tbe proceedings
that meeting were given last week.
ey met again the 22nd. Prof. C. W.
lch, Principal of Prosperity Higb
20o1, was elected to the Chair oa
ethematics. He was not an applicant
the position, having already accept
the position he now holds. He was
ted with the understanding that the
astees of the two institutions will en
vor to make some arrangements by
ich he can be transferred to the Col
rhe Chair of Latin was not filled.
e Board will meet again at the Col
e the~ 13th of July.
as made its appearance in the heav
nearly North, and is plainly visible
the naked eye. The best time for
ing it is between midnight and
,or early in the night. Look
the north-east portion of the heav
. The nucleus is nearly as large
a star of the first magnitude, and the
is quite distinct, though not very
g. A colored man named Jno. Tur
, living in town, was the first person
this portion of the country to see it;
saw it Wednesday morning an hour
two before day, and called up seve
others to look at it. Since that time
have seen several notices of its hay
been seen in different sections of
country. It was witnessed by a
at many persons Sunday evening
I Monday morning.
rh colored Baptists have been car
g on a meeting in their church in
vn nightly for some time. Sunday
ernoon eight persons, six women and
: men, were immersed in a pool by
e of the creek. A very large crowd
s present to witness the ceremony;
comparatively few of the spectators
med to be impressed with the solem
y of the occasion. The ceremony
s attended by the singing of a very
:uliar sort of song that sounded more
e a "corn song" than anything to be
md in sacred melody. We take the
ioing stnza s a sample:
There will be no preaching in the
Methodist Church next Sunday morn
ing; the regular services will be held
There will be no services at Leba
non Chur2h, Newberry Circuit. next
Sunday, on accouut of the dedication
exercises at Eheuezer.
Rev. . F. Hyde. a rent of tit
American Bible Society, will preseut
the Bible cause to the congregation of
Mt. Bethel Church, on next Sabbath,
at 11 o'clock, A. M. Public cordially
Under a resolution of the State
Board of Examiners it is competent
for the County Examiners to renew
first grade certificates to y:ears, and
secoud grade certificates one year,
without re.examining the teacher
holding the same.
Our County,3oard of Examiners,
on last Monday, determined to renew
at the approaching examination all
first grade certificates, and such of the
secoUd grade as have been issued upon
aeta!i examinations since July 1st
last. provided a written application
therefor is handed to either member
of the Board before next Friday, or
the applicant is present upon :the day
of examination to receive the same.
No third grade certificates can be
Codey's Lady's Book for July
Is a gem in its entirety. The Fash
ion Plates, Steel Plates, general illus
trations, and the literary contents
combine to make this old favorite
leader of the Fashion periodicals the
best that is before the public. Quite a
lengthy and highly entertaining novel
from the pen of 'Sue Chestnutwood,'
and the usual array of stories and mis
cellaneous matter from excellent au
thors. The July number begins the
One Hundred and Third Volume,
which of itself speaks well for the hold
that the magazine has upon the lovers
of pure literature. The beautiful steel
plate pictares, from original designs by
F. 0. C. Darley, are alone worth the
subseiption price. Any of our readers
who do not take the Lady's Book can
be supplied, promptly, by leaving their
orders at this office. We will furnish
our own paper and the Lady's Book
for the low price of $3.75 per annum.
The publishers agree to start a sub
scription with any month you may
Miss Leila Aull has returned home
Rev. J. B. Campbell has gone to
Clinton this week to aid in a protracted
Capt. J. Quitman Marshall, of Col
umbia, was in Newberry several days
of last week.
Col. Win. S. Dogan, of the Columbia
Register, was in town last week. He is
an active and persistent canvasser, and
got quite a number of subscribers while
Geo. S. Mower, Esq., returned Fri
day from New York; he went to that
city as a delegate from this State to the
Supreme Court of the Independent Or
der of Foresters.
Misses Doby and Kennedy, of Cam
den, have been in Newberry several
days, the guests of Miss Katie Ruth,
erford. Miss Doby is the daughter
of Capt. Alfred Doby, who was on
Gen. Kershaw's Staff, and was killed
at the Battle of the Wilderness at the
same time Gen. Jenkins was killed.
Miss Kennedy is the daughter of the
Of course I was at the Reception,
and was treated with the same distin
guished consideration as were all the
rest-allowed to walk round until I
got tired, with the privilege of sitting,
if a chair could be found. Receptions
are fashionable-but don't pay much ;
I despise a man, however, who is al
ways counting the cost or looking for
the profit. On this occasion the ex
ercise was splendid and would have
been enjoyed if Mrs. Sniffles had not
gone back on me in regard to supper.
The Commenccment exercises of the
morning had overcome her, conse
quently she had recourse to a Dime
Novel and the rocking chair, and be
came oblivious as to supper. When
I timidly asked her if the meal would
be forthcoming, she lifted her specta
cles and witheringly remarked, "that
the intellectual feast of the morning
ought to satisfy any nr&''; there
wasn't a bit of use arguing the ques
tion. It didn't satisfy me-cold beef
and bread would have filled the bill,
and n,e too, much better. I had the
hope going over that supper or at
least a cold collation would be served
at t;he College, but there, too, I found
only the "feast of reason", which my
stomach revolted at. How I survived
it I can't tell-it's healthy food though,
no dyspepsia in it, nor nightmares, and
it's saving. I shall send all the young
rnal~ Sniffles' to Newberry College if
The Newberry County Sabbath School
Will be held Thursday ud Friday,
July 21st and 22nd, in the B:apti t
Cburch in Newberry.
Commencement Day of Newberry Col
Last week's IIEnA L) gave all the pro
ceedings of Commencement except
those of Wednesday. Commencement
The day passed df very pleasantly
and with much credit. The Senior t
Class delivered their gr:ain tr :in spcc lh
es. Mr. W. Gustave Ilousoal :poke on
The Unity of Nature; Mr. Jno. R.
Leavell, Jr., on The Destiny of Our
Globe; Mr. W. J. Cherry on Know 5
Thyself. Medals and prizcs were
awarded to the following stic nu -: To
J. M. Kibler, of the Junior >h. a
prize for the best e:amina':ion , i
tory, the work being Carlyle's Frede
rick the Great. This prize, consisting
of fifteen dollars worth of books, was a
gift from Jacob Schirmer, Esq., of
Charleston; the piesentation was made
by Rev. A. J. Stokes. C
The Sophomore G.reek Medal, the
gift of D. B. Wheeler, Esq., of Newber- t
ry, and Mr. C. Aerhart, of Barnwell, t
was presented to E. 0. Counts by Hon
The Freshman Medal for proficiency C
in Mathematics, the gift of Hon. Wo.
Haltiwanger, of Edgefield, and IIon, G.
Leaphart, of Lexington, was presented
to James P. Kins.rd by Thos. S. Moor
President Holland delivered the
Diplomas to the graduating class; and e
after a few words of parting he announ
ced the Commencement closed. 0
At night a Reception was given by t
Piesident and Mrs. Holland in the Col
lege Building, which was attended by o
the gallantry and beauty of the Town p
and County with a large sprinkling
from other portions of the State. The o:
young gentlemen were attentive and h
gallant, the ladies were (as they always
are) lovely and charming. The large
Society Halls and the Museum were ci
thrown open, and all present had a
most delightful evening. h
"Eleven yes,rs our daughter suffered
on a bed of misery under the care of d
several of the best (and some of the P
worst) physicians, who gave her disease
various names but no relief, and now F
she is restored to us in good health by di
as simple a remedy as Hop Bitters,
that we had poohed at for two years, d:
before using it. We earnestly hope sv
and pray that no one else will let their d:
sick suffer as we did, on account of
prejudice against so good a medicine as
Hop Bitters."-The Parents.- Telegra.
Leaves have their Time to Fall,
And alas, so have alligators. Little
(id any one of the many visitors who A
filed through the H ERALD office on comn
mencement day and filled the yard, al
while gazing with wonder and delight
at the alliga:or, dreim of the cat-astro- ri
phe so soon to follow. Here to-day, fe
nowhere to-morrow. Such is life. ini
Thursday mnorning; the cage, freshly
painted the day before, was discovered
empty, the bird had flown, or rather .
the alligator was non comatibus in s
swampibus.. The Srst shock was fear
ful; Eugene howled, meanwhile the
tears as big as June apples furrowed
is cheeks; the whole household was
stirred. There was a pile of knottym
pine in the yard and knowing the hab
its of the tribe, the pile was scrutinized la
to see if it had committed suicide by at
tempting to swallow a log; such was 15
not its fate. Searching closer a few
hairs were seen adhering to the open U5
cover, and inside the prints of feet re- th
sembling a cat's. That was the matter, in
and it was settled that it was a d-dia
bolical cat-astrophe, and that at the first gs
opportunity a post mortem examination ra
would be had if it did result in the H
death of the cat. 'Scat, you beast.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly For July.a
This ably conducted magazine pre
sents rare attractions, both literary and vi
artistic, in the .latest issue. The open- at
ing article, entiLled 'Benjamin Disraeli', t
Earl of 'Beaconsfield,' is particularly in
teresting; it is admirably illustrated.
Reollections of Cadet Life Forty Years th
Ago,' 'The Lancashire Witches.' 'The
outh African Trader.' 'Among Lom- bE
bard Cities,' 'The Islands of the Bay P(
tate' (by N. Robinson), etc., etc., pos
sess great merit, and are profusely il- B;
tustrated. 'A Late Remorse,' Mr. Ben- tb
dict's intensely interesting serial, is bE
3ontinned, and there are short stories la
by S. Annie Frost, B. C. Cordell, Jane
G. Austin and other popular writers; se
hese, with several excellent sketches, el
afford pleasant reading. The poems so
are by W. H. Roberts, J. Cunningham, n<
etc., and many of them have tasteful
illustrations. T h e miscellany e m- ki
braces a great variety of subjects, and de
abounds with information, interest and so
entertainment. In view of the quanti
ty and quality of the literary and artis
tic contents of each number of this o
periodical, it must be regarded as the te
ahnapest magazine published. Thereli
are 128 paiges quarto, and about 100 t
illustrations. The yearly subscription
is $, and a single copy is only 25 cents
postpaid. Address, Frank Leslie's i
PulsigHuea5,5 n 7Pr
taetttefod easo ofrue o
ITee my anes so thtffairsh myn,
taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. 1
Rn-- T Marl mv ankla no tio htly with my fu
/arious and al! About.
The Commencement season is over.
Are you borrowing your reading? If
;o, gluit it.
losemont Cemetery needs cleaning
)fi very badly.
Gardens are nearly played out-so
iry is the drought.
Good rains in ti,e Lc'au,shore section
ri,lav mi S:tur-ly.
Gen. Kennedy and dau,-hter were
he guests of Gen. Y. .1. Pope.
A goor Ilairy farm in the suburbs of
\ewberry we think would pay.
Mordecai Foot's pigeon bo3 is a :r
,el of architectural beauty. Go and see
Commencenent brought the usual
rc,d-hotels and private houses were
hop" at Li,. r dotel Friday
Blackberries are scarce in Conway
-ro-the price being 25 cents per
Ice Cream and Soda Water enabled
3e visitors to Commencement to pull
News, news, news, give us all you
now, friends, of what transpires in the
The strain on the housewife is now
ver-for the present at least-and they
The track of the Spartanburg, Union
Columbia R. R., is being put in first
Newberry has a factory at last-it is
pposite the HERALD office, and manu
The new comet is evidently a stray
2e, and the astronomers are very much
uzzled over it.
A friend says be started after the war
1 nothing, and that he has it yet. He
isn't lost ground.
Look out for the little colored slip;
e mean business. "If you like the se
irity, down with the (ust."
The brick work of the Opera House
is been completed, except the tower,
2d the roof is being put on.
Much provisions were consumed i
ring Commencement week, and the j
>or are now on half rations. 1
The agent for Jeff Davis' "Rise and
all of the Confederate Government" is I
stributing the book to subscribers.
Six million glasses of lager beer were
~unk in this country in a year. We
ere not there to report the whiskey
We do not like to see p)retty little
'ris dressed up like miniature women,
yr the women dressed to resemb!e
A Reception was held in the Female
cademy building Thursday evening,
hlch proved a delightful occasion to
The industrious boy will make the
ht kind of a man. The lazy, indif
rent boy will be pretty sure to develop i
to a loafer.
Between fire and six hundred glasses
ice cream, more or less, were eaten f
the two Receptions, and it was not s
"Are you the mate of this ship?" said d
newly arrived passenger to the cook. c
q, sir, I am the man th]at cooks the c
ate!" said Patrick. c
A delightful odor pervaded our town
st week, caused by the use of Maybin a
Tarrant's Cologne. The Court House C
A gentleman from the country told
the other day that he saw no less
an three threshing machines together
The degree of favor shown our Alli
.tor, has determined us to add a first
te specimen of the Guyascutis to the
ERALD'S collection of curiosities.
The young man in search of his sis- 3
r at Wednesday night's reception, to
*r knowledge never had one-it was h
sweetheart he wvas in search of. t
The HERALD is published with the I!
sw of niaking its proprietor a living,
.d not so much as a convenience to :
e public as some people imagine.
Will our subscribers please exert
emselves to get us a few more names. b
ie greater the number we have the a
tter can we afford to improve the pa
The HERALD in giving in full the
tcalaureate Sermon and addresses of
e Commencement Exercises of New
rry College, has added to its popu
The Saluda Argus says peaches are
Iling in Greenwood at $1.50 per hush
.It would pay the sellers to ship.
me of them to Newberry: there are
ene here at any price.
Major Peter Hair, an old and well
Lown citizen of Greenville, is lying
ngerously ill at the residence of his
n-in-law, Capt. Win. Goldsmith.
[Greencille .News, 2.5th.
The reception at Newberry College I
Thursday night was very largely at
aded by the elite, young and old,
ht brisk and airy. The verdict is
at it was a pleasant affair.
A resident of Smokey Town who was
the HIERALI office a few days ago
ys that the closing of the bar-rooms
Prosperity has been a great blessing
his section of the County.
Boys are a necessary institution, but i
r~ them there would be no men, there- p
re we rather like them. But we do
m.- 1i: -ont ~e in the wav: we i.
-'lleavenlv reognition is a favorite
thenme wcii! m:ny prnehers. l;ev. J.
j;. C :mi phel I preacheldl Sind:V on earti
lv recoriitioon. lit thinks that Chris
tian people do not manmfest toward each
other the fraternal feeling and interest
that they should.
The compliment paid to the boys on
their good behavior at the young ladies
entertainment is now revoked, in so far
as the bad boys are concerned, in con
sequence of their tolling the bell at the
Academy Thursday evening last duriiig
the iteception. Naughty boys.
Be active yourself and kep ii- i:0r
astive by using Portaline or Tabier's
Vegetable Liver Powder. the best and
most efIective liver mecdicine in use.
Price 5Oc. White's Cream White Ver
mifuge is the best worm killer. For
sale by D)r. V. E. Pelham. cow
The Lime-Kiln Club, colored. can't
Kad anything in ih- Revised Testan..
w hich lets up on "chicken iii'J _:
Jog fights. or sich like, but that il
as been changed to Hades. while de
strength of de brimstone has been in
nreased, and de size ob de pit been
made larger." So be on your guard.
Dining at the Iennington House a
Few days ago, our wonder was excited
aow the proprietor can feed his board
rs at the prices asked. The table was
vell supplied with substantials and deli
,acies, and everything nicely cooked.
iis long experience as a rail road man
ias given him a sympathy for his fel
President McCaughrin believes in
)uilding up small places along his line
)y giving the same freight rates in the
niddle as at the beginning. The logi
al result of this reasoning would be to
iaul freight to Greenville from the
Vest at the same rates as to Atlanta,
Lnd from the East at the fignres paid
n Richmond. If the Clyde Syndicate
vill only carry out Mr. McCaughrin's
)lan fully we may be happy yet.
Rev. E. F. Hyde, a Presbyterian min
ster of Anderson County, is in New
erry as agent of the American Bible
ociety for the distribution of Bibles.
le delivered a lecture on the Bible
;unday night in the Lutheran Church.
fr. Hyde is well known to the old in
iabitants of Newberry, having lived
ere twenty-five or thirty years ago,
vere he preached and taught school.
e will be in the Town and County for
,month. His Bibles can be found at
be store of Messrs. Wright & J. WV.
As soon as the road to Laurens is
ell under way it would probably be
well for some mieasures to be taken for
L extension. Newberry is a pushing,
nterprisin g town, and could probably
e easily interested. Charleston may
e waked up to taking a part when
he can be mnade to understand that
be new road would really relieve her
Lomf her present bottled up condition,
nd she has an abundance of money.
ep may be also obtained from other
ources. At all events, it is well to
:eep the subject under consideration.
Petroleum Nasby, in his first letter
Lom abroad to the Toledo Blade, de
ribes the man with the long nose
lightly tipped with red, whose chief
elight is to paint out the possibilities
f all sorts of disaster. He has met him
n rail roads and in steamers and all
ther places where dangers were possi
I. This man is a traveler and goeth
bout like a lion seeking whom he may
evour, or agonize with horror. He is
qual to the mana with the turn up nose,
rho knows everything and a great deal
iore than anybody else knows, and
ho is always putting his nose in every
ody's business. He is ready to con
ole with you in trouble, but his condo
mce is anything hut consoling. If he
isits you while sick, he distresses you
rith a lengthened visage and a funereal
oice, and tells you to be careful as
Ir. so and so died of the same disease.
,ike Job's comforter, he does more
arm than good. We would be pleased
> have Nasby take him in hand.
TiAX NOTICE !
The time for paying Town Taxes is here
y extended to the 15th day of July. Pec
~v will attach immediately after that date.
By order of Council.
JOHN S. FAIR, T. C.
June 28, 188I. 26-2t
3UY A BLANK BOOK
IN WHICH TO KEEP
'arm and All Other Accounts !
AND' BE srRE TO GET iT
iT THE HERALD BOOK STORE.
15 Cents and Upward.
Biggest Stock In Newberry!
AND TUE CHIEAPEST.
T. F. GRENEKER.
gg Don't miss the place-just above
e Post Office. Mar. 2, 9-tf.
ENJ. F. GRAFToN, STORy Bl. LADD,
HALiIERT E. PAINE.
Late Commissioner of Patents.
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
ttornysatLawV andI Solicitors ot Ameri
can and Foreign P'atents.
2 FIFTH sTREET, WAsIIINGToN, 1). C.
Practice patent law ini anl its braucheCs in
I Patent Onice, and in the supreme and
ircuit Courts of tihe United States. Pam
let sent tree on receipt of stampl for post
sep. 1. 1~u 3-11'.
TT1~ TfI T2rm'~ tiAm1~iT.
N:w r.nty. S. C.. June -b 1861
C.. ECr.D ...KLY
B3y Ji. N. MARTIN & CO.
suculders. Prime New.... 61 a 7
Shioulders. Sugar Cured.... 8
id C. R.. New......... a 101
DRY 5A.T-:D M:Al S
sho'lJ rs. .ew............ . 7
Sides. . New.......... a 10
Sides Long Clear............ a 10
Uncanvassed Iiams.......... 12
Canvassed H ams, (Magnolia" 15
Leaf. in Tie,ces.............. 14
Leaf, in Buckets............. 15
S UG A R
Crushed........ ....... 14
;r t uated Standard..... .. 12.a
x C..................... 11
New Orleans Syrup..
New Orleans Molasses. 5u
Cuba Molasses.. .... 6v
Sugar House Molasses. 37
G unpowvder............... 1.5u
You:n Hy o . .................. L50
ALLSPICE...... ..................... 2 .
I'EP PElt......................... 8
R.oasted or Parched...,.. 25
Best l G0............... 25a
Good Rio................ 16,20
White W.ine Vinegar..
Bolted... ........... ...
SOA P............................... Sa 10
SrARCH ............................. 6a 12
STAR CANDLES .................. 15
FLOUR, per bbl................... 6.00a10.00
PEARL H OMINY.................... 3
CONCENTRATED LY E........... 10
ENGLISH SODA. 10
HORSFORDS BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM ? AKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE................. ..10
TOBACCO...................... a 1.25
NAILS (10) kez ..................4 0
BAGGING-Heavy ............... . 12a14
ARROW TIES. per bunch........ 2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb. 20
RED OATS-per l:u................ a
T11T IOlY HAY.................... 2 00
at is cell aneous.
oc rbiation of Hops, Buchu, Man
kai and Dandeiion, thllhbet
mos 0ra Live properties of all other Bittk
maes the greatesL Blo od P urifier, Liv tr n les "1hR s
Nodseasec an p ly long exist where Ho
Bitrs areus ed,ao varied and perfect are
Theygveaevi ~ag 4 65dg
To ll hoe emplymnti caseirrgu90l
2' OUR, per bwh........... ....... or 0100
rEAt h dOINY................ 13e o
teA N .D ..... ... y 1..... ........... - 20
o0nlyCEelbdierAT E E............ c1 .
drISukeosr.... ................ an0
icOW TlE .er bunc; he .,......... 25
ED CLOVER aEdper or.......l2
solbe wiseou anehus.
The aPuresoteand eteiine ecere.
Aco bintio of op, tbchu Man
nrtc. ea1od and iwth aSte bstaa
fore Cir e grratest Blood ~ Purfi,Lie
RouchetrY and Tornto andeath. etrn
AgMonS di Mey ade
No, disease an posiba logoexswere H0on
Btte Hrs e,u dsre and perfecna Hore-Poer
They gie r.ewd fornourgrites efopr.d.
csuty fteowes Grinr Presss, Sw and
quire Mils Tppetizers,Tor any mid oftia
hp Bitters are auac,wthures Ants,
ndarewate disaio snt i uei aop d
Nor. 135i Maitutiyoatreet est ide,o
oNyfeel hareor miseral, Cs hemletonc.C
suNOVutuELTY rg thE auNCIL.
TREebr BEST PENILr EVE nOFERED.
edn vert ade;tene s
an O Ndoeron Binders!
should a etot the m
Thiscomm iusoel csiutd byo
forI SruETr NEWBERY. Cc, n
none aed sM nyM d
BLEGASE YU HOTIEL,RO
sow Horse, and inviten th peole-oer
nie Secal nd kfow what pc befone ar-i
oun,Enoines, Gins Pxr Go reseSakfand
riiner orls Shreser, for TWnyTnd-FIVa,
Fnrty. or ai~regMauatrorers wilges
nd arte potinatly inw alt n
Ticone ec WAfE loain eLcelen
No. wa35r weetin fredtabe, etc,
Noerhi Chosesto Rotel, Chare.tn.C
Oct. 16, 14-t.
Thiofvoelt fasyHtelner sne
-Lde Ndv iest viiindersnna
A1fnd many theret Hoiue a useflc andi
lesat hoedrn hi oor nthe
ino Lifen and icnite thpol one0 2.00
11cto clead.knowwhat.ca.be 1.on all(
Ioer,s ortSprait for..TWENTY-FIVE.
FortOi-f or Efyrnestlar.boarders wilb
ihe ocobvertnewnc.of.location exeen
eomendthishouse toP veyine..... 10
(hitinFrmerly PLAES' HOTL.). O
Tis favrt Enfanmilyotel, unde its0 2.00
elene of riSts..C...IE,.homeli75 comf00S
gg aeIs andrifamiles..visiting Savnna
ity.lC inStryy 2l5,.... 4 2.tt
anua Woma Dicinate..Mehos.$...00 $1.50
aiet' i ory cKendree,vd.4.0 0
,i nenna ete of RoetUet n ited... .0 g
tae s (sFlthe p aine......... 5.00 .C5
ritan Fanr' oPreen...... .0 .5
eience in Story. 5 vols............. 4.00 2.00
ble Dictionary.................. .75
he Woman in Battle............ 3.00 1.50
edpath's History of United
States. (morocco).. ........ .... ... 4.00 2.50
entennial Gazetteer of United
States,(sheep).......-----....... 5.00 3.C0