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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1881.1
INDEX TO NEw ADVEaTISEMErTS.
J. S. Hair & Son--Choice Beef.
Henry Bayer-Fruits and Vegetables.
Willmarth & Co.--King of the Singers.
Trenholm's Coal Depot-Red Ash Coal.
Thos. B. Jeter-Sale of Mules, Cattle, &c.
Mrs. John Longshore died the 10th
Mrs. Strother, mother of Mr. Jno. C. ]
Strother. of Edgefield County. died the 4
An infant son, three months old, of
Rev. Mr. Gallaudet died at Spartan
burg the 14th.
Miss Carrie Senn, daughter of Mr.
James M. Senn, deceased, died at her
mother's, three miles from town Toes
day morning of typhoid fever.
Harry Gallaudet eighteen years old,
son of Rev. S. H. Gallaudet, who had
charge of the Episcopal church at this
lace for a time, died in Spartanburg
By the Pint, Quart or Gallon. Also,
fresh Fish, at A. C. JONES'. 41-t1.
Telegraph to Laurens.
Workmen are engaged in putting up
poles and wires along the Laurens R.
R., connecting Newberry and Laurens.
The line. will be completed in three
weeks or a month.
&00 bushels choice White Corn, and
200 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41-tf T. Q. BOOZER.
CWe for Diphtheria.
Obstinate cases of diphtheria in this
community have recently yielded to the
following simple treatment: Pulverized
alum and sulphur equal parts, blown
through a quill on the affected parts.
Buy Choice Fruits
Of all kinds from JONES. 41-tf.
.As we go to press tte Thespian Club
is playing "Caste" to a good audience
To-morrow uight the great Irish
drama "Eviction" will be played by the
Verner Combination Company.
500 bushels choice White Corn, and
200 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41--if T. Q. BQOZER.
Sale of Blooded Stock.
The attention of farmers and others
icalled to the sale of blooded :nilchi
eews, beef cattle, and good mules to
take place oni Friday, (to.-morrow,) at
Henders aaind in thia county. This
isafineopertunity and should not he
Buy Cand Goods,
Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco,
from JONES. 41-tf.
Just think of twenty elephants, "all
inarow," in the streets of our little
town, besides the other animals descri
bed in the show bills, and the immense
proessioni of splendid cars, beautiful1
horses, heart-stirring bands of music,
richly dressed men and women, and all
the other paraphernalia of this grand
show. We look for nothing short of a
wholesale turn out of the county of
Newberry on Tuesday the 1st of Nov
ember, and that the tents big as they
are will be crowded.
Be Sure and Go
To the Fair next week, and to A. (0.
JONES' for fresh Fish and Oysters. 41-2t
The Monument to Rev. James Peterson. 1
Tbe committee having in charge the
erection of a monument to Rev. James
Peterson met to award bids atkRed
Bank Church, Edgefield County, tbe
15ith. There were bids from Augusta,
Columbia, Greenville, Newberry, and
other places. The contract was award
ed to Messrs. Leavell & Speers, of New
berry, at theprice of $300. Thenmono
ment is to he of Rutland marble, per
fectly white; the shaft will be square,1
nine feet high, with faces about 18
inches across, and surrounded by a cap
and an urn. The monument will be a
very pretty one; and wiHl he erected at
Red Bank Church, where Mr. Peterson
Iwill open on Tuesday, Oct. 18th, at my
stor, in room used during the Siummer a.s
Ice reami Saloon, a first class Restaurant,
where I will serve fresh Fish and Oyses
in the most tempting style. Patronage
from the public soliciwed and will he highly
appreciated. A. C. JONES..
Oct. 12, 1881. 41-tf ,
The Petit Jury.
The following compose the petit jury
for the approaching termn of Court: Ri
ley McKissick, c., Y. C. Myers, W. F.
D)awkins, L. E. Hendrix, J. WV. M.
Simmons, W. M. Bobb, C. M. Buford,
J. M. Boozer, C. D. Spearman, Z.
Sparks. J1. E. Glenn, J. M. Bowers.
Thos. B. Chalmers, J. S. Brooks, D. A.
Thomas, W. Jacob Wells, Lawrence
Gregory, c., J. Perry Cook, W. C. Swit
tenberg, Miles P. Lake, Thos. F. Ray,1
0. P. Harris, Posey B. Glenn, G.-B.
Boozer. W. B. Whitney, D. V. Scurry,
T. J. Maffett, R. B. Cromer, S. B. Ken
nerly, S. D. Boland, J. B. Cook, Robt.
G. Williams, S. S. Abrams, B. S. Dom
inick, Sr., J. C. Cook, W. C. Sligh.
Stewed, Fried and Raw, at JONES' after
the 18th October. 41-tf.
The Sixth Comnet
Intelligence received at the Warner
Observatory, Rochester, N. Y., from
Bristol, England, states that Prof. W.
F. Denning discovered a new comet on
the 4th inst. It is located in the con
stellation of Leo, right ascension 9
hours 22 minutes, declination North 16
degrees, daily motion 30 minutes East.
This is the sixth comet which has been
seen since Mzay 1st, five being new dis
coveries, all but two of which were first
observed by Americans, and it is cer
tainly a high compliment to the indus-!
try and skill of American astronomers
that they have shown so fine a record.
The total amount which Mr. H. H.
Warner has given in comet prizes dur
ing the past year is $1 .300 which shows
that the interest taken in astronomical
aff.ir in this county is g-reatly increas
The Union County Fair will be held
the 25th, 26th and 27th instant.
The Sumter Fair will be held from
the 25th to the 29th inclusive.
The State Fair will he held the 8th,
9th, 10th and 11th of November.
'Don't Know Half their Value."
"They cured me of Agne4 Bilious
iess and Kidney Complaint, as recoin
nended. I had a half bottle left which
[ used for my two little girls, who the
loctors and neighbors said could not be
.ured. I would have lost both of them
mne night if I had not given them Hopi
Bitters. They did them so much good
[ continued their use until they were
ured. That is why I say you do not
now half the value of Hop Bitters,
ind do not recommend them high
mough."-B.. Rochester, N. Y.
[American Rural Home.
rip to Charleston.
- All work and no play." is as hard
>n editors as on other folk, and having
ad no 'off' for the long period of sevten
ong days, the senior with his wife and
wo youngest children, enjoyed a trip
Iowa to the "city by the sea" last week.
md had a jolly time of it, seeing every
hing in the grand old city, its splendid
narket, its magnificent battery, its wil
lerness of shipping, its immense facto
-ies, its old maumas with oysters and
brimps, its corner street pindar cake,
ts candy and toy bazars, the hugest of
which is Von Santens, its street cars,
ts clever people, and a world of other
hings. that we cannot resist this
,mull blow over the visit, and say that
t was indeed plea.ant to be there. The
neeting with relatives and friends, the
linings out, the delightful rides, and
he kind attention received on all sides,
vill not soon be forgotten. To Mr.
tichard Arnold, the genial mail con
ractor for kind courtesies, in giving as
o much of his valuable time. and the
ise of his horses, we feel under deep
>bligation. He is every inch a clever
entleman, may his shadow never grow
ess. We might say much more, but
woither time nor space admit.
uit the Action.
The best Liniment in the world for
nan or beast is Coussens' Lightning
,iniment. For Rheunmatism, Lame
lack, Pain in side, Neuralgia, Corns
Lnd Bunions, it is a certain cure, and
or Spavin, Ringbone. Galls, Cuts and
cratches on animals, it is the best
-emedy known. - Price 50 cents a bot
le. White's Cream White Vermifuge
s the best worm killer. For sale by
)r. W. E. Pelham, e.o,w.
I Great Premium List.
The New York Weekly Express, Es
ablished in 1 is not only one of
he owyEsr and CHEAPEST but BEST of
he Niew York Weekly Family News
>apers. It is now -making a great and
ccessful effort to reach a larger and
nore general circulation than any
Weekly Newspaper 'in the Unaited
states, and to this end is og'ered an at
ractive list of substantial and valuable
>remiumns to single and club subscri
ers. The long established reputation
id responsibility of the Publishers
wo not -only publish the Weekly Ex
ress, but the New York Daily Evening
Tpress is a sufficient guarantee of the
:haracter of the premiums of.fered anid
he good faith that will govern their
listribation. Besides th' many other
ttracions of The~ Weekly Express it
>ublishes regularly, by au:hority, the
3roeklyn Tabernacle Sermons of the
le. T. D)eWitt Talmnage, 1). D. The
.uscrption price; One Dollar a year,
>laces it within the reach of all. The
tice of the New York Wecekiy Eepress
s 23 Park Row, New York.
he Thornwell Orphange.
From the sixth annual report of the
[horn well Orphanage, located in Clin
on, S. C., it will appear that there
ave been thirty orphans under its care,
ree having been dismissed and six
eceived, during this year. These have
een educated, clthed, boarded, trained
n various arts, domestic and other
vise, and every possible expense met
mt an average cost of $68.75 each. For
his sum, they have received a first rate
Eiglish education, and have been phy
ically and personally cared for, for
he entire year of twelve months.
During the year, Faith Cottage for
he boys has been erected at a total cost
> $1,500. As soon as the Orphans'
seminary, a building for School and
Jhapel purposes, is erected, the num
yer of inmates can be materially in
REMEMBER that this institution is
upported by voluntary gifts. What
you give goes directly to the support of
:e orphans, and not to pay any offi
mrs. Thirteen counties of this State,
ive States, and five different denomi
ations (of parents) are represented
uong our children.
Boxes of clothing, provisions of any
ind, -and of course, money, would be
ery acceptable, just now.
Rev. Wxi. P. JAcoBs,
Clinton, S. C.
WADLELJ EMANUEL Co., GA..
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the-Gen
3ral Assembly this summer, I tried your
star Cairine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore ea'used biy a wound re
eived during the late war. After hay
ig thoroughly tested it I am compelled
o say that it is a success, for I have had
xperience with different physicians and
'emedies, and found nothing to cure me,
2ntil I used your Star Curine, which has
ured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I am yours, respectfully,
JOHN BE LL.
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELHAM. 50-ly
W Go to H. A. BURNS' for Potatoes
er The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz'e.
TOMsON, Dentist. opposite Herald ofiIce
gr Go to H. A. BURNS' for your L'un
dry Soap, Starch and Blueing. 37-tf
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling,
Datarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
wo great remedies will cure you?
From C. D, McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's
Expectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son bad been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribed
for him his Croup Preventive, which has
The Fourth Annual Fair
Of the Newberry Agricultural & Me
ebanical Society was opened yesterday
at the Fair Grounds. All fears that the
drought and the consequent poor crops
would cause a failure were entirely dis
sipated by the large and fine display of
exhibits, especially in those depart
meats that were expected to be most I
affected. The exhibition in the depart
ment of field crops is superior to last ti
year. In the stock department the en
tries are ahead of nny preceding Fair.
both in numbers and quality. Such a t
fine collection of horses and mules is
seldom seen in this State. The house-- S
bold department is up to the usual high
standard : there are pickles, jellies, pre
serves, wines, etc., in endless variety. t
In the departments of mechanics nd
domestic manufactures the exhibits are a
quite creditable. The cattle display is
very good. The entries of swine are
few in number, but they make up in B
quality. The total number of entries
in all departments is 1226. o
The attendance yesterday was not
large, though as large as usual on the
first day. There was a general exhibi- i
tion in the arena of all the cattle, and
also of all the horses. There were a
many fine horses in the ring under sad
dle and in harness; there were nine
teen in single harness alone. c
The gates open this morning at 9
o'clock. A large crowd is anticipated. A
The forenoon will be devoted to the ex
amination in the arena of all the cattle,
succeeded by a display of horses. The at
Committee will tie the ribbons to-day.
This afternoon, at 3 o'clock. the So- a
ciety will meet at the Fair Grounds for
the purpose of electing officers for the- b
ensuing year, and for the transaction of -
other important business.
~The Fair continues through to-mor
row. At the close of the Fair to-mor
row the premiums will be awarded.
The play and performers at the Opera w
House last night possessed great merit-in
deed, it may be justly said that no enter
tainment of the season has beeu so attrac- d
ive. The audience, which was a large
one, was much pleased. Mr. Verner, as
"Terence O'Brien," was the embodiment of
the character he assumed, as was also Mr.
Charles Freno, as the "Bailiff," Mr. (on
yers, as the "Groom," and Mr. James Duffy, h
as "Barney Kelley." The several female B
characters wern well sustained, and the play
in its entirety was presented to the une
qivocal satisfaction of the audience. The
play and actors are especially commended
to amusement patrons as beiug of a superior
order of merit. A noticeable feature of the d
performance is the perfect dialect of the
several characters, making the genuine
riab comedy conspicuous in i:s perfection.
I.is a rare element in traveling companies B
essaying Iria playe. and the success of last -
evening was all tha more grapifying because
not counted on so strangly. The critic
wites sincerely when be declares that the p
etertainment is worth tl.e patronage of S
unusement seekers, and all admirers of a
irst-class play by lirst-class players will at
tend the co.ncluding performance of the t
ompany.-Atlanta Constitution, Oct. 7. ~
Col. Win. S. Dogan, of the Colqmbia M
Register, is in town.
Mr. Turney, of New York,-is in towng
again buying cotton.
Geo. Johnstone, Esq., has gone to the
Mrs. Cooper of Sumter, is visiting
er father, Rev. A. J. Stokes.
Rev, and Mrs. Pope Norris, of Edge- S
ield, are in town, visiting their son Mr. 0
J. R. Norris.
Col. T. B. Crews, of the Laurensville i
Herald, passed down the road Tuesday u
en route to Torktown.
Mr. C. D. Barksdale, of Laurens, d
passed through Newberry Monday on ir
is way to Yorktown..
-Misses Lula Baxter, Mattie McIntosh, t<
Eatie Rutherford and Mamie McCaugh- b
in are at schoiol in Charleston.
-Mrs. L. J. Jones returned Monday' ir
7th, from a visit to her brother, Admi
ral McHardy, of London, England.
Maj. Jas. B. Steadman and Mr. Win.
Aunro, prominent members of the Un-:
ion Bar, are stopping at the Newberry
Thos. S. Moorman, Esq., who went r
to London as a delegate fom the S. C.
Conference to the Nethodist Ecamenzi
cal Council, returned Monday, 17th, in I
Fare to the State Fair.g
The Columbia & Greenville Rail a
Road offer special inducements to visit- 2
ors to the State Fair, which begins in
Columbia the 8th of November. The
rice for round trip tickets from Sta- V
ions in this County are as follows: Po- ~
maria, $1.30; Prosperity, $1.60; New- P
berry. $1.90; Chappell's, $2.60. On
the Laurens Road-from Martin's, $2.- ~
5; Clinton, $2.80; Laurens, $3.20. k
From Strotbers, on the S. U. & C. R. o
R., the fare will be $1.50; from Shel
ton, $1.80. Tickets on sale from the
7th to the 10th, inclusive, good to re-t
turn atntil the 14th, inclusive. t.
All articles intended for exhibition,
including Live Stock, (Race Horses ex
eepted.) will he transported at Regular o
Tarif Rates Prepaid, and if returned s
by the party exhibiting (which fact b
must be established by certificate signed
by Secretary of Fair Association) will
be Returned Free, and amount of 1
Freight prepaid thereon will be re
funded by Agent at Station from which e
first shipped, on surrender to him of
original Bill of Lading or Shipping Re- t,
ceipt and paid Freight Bill, together I
with certificate from Secretary of Fair j
Association that such articles have been
on exhibition and hav not changed
ownership since leaving original point t
A Very Beautiful Premium Engraving
Has been issued by "Peterson's l'
Magazine," for 1882, to reward personst
for getting up clubs. The plate is large, I
20 inches by 16, and would ornament
even the most refined parlor ; for it is ti
exected in the highest style of art. It ,
is entitled, "Hush ! Don't Wake Them," a
and represents a little girl, seated at a
bedside,where her two sick dolls are,
and she is holding up her finges, warn
ingly, as she speaks. It is reaIlli one,
of the most charming pictures possible ;
all the little ones, especially, will be de
lighted with it. Any one can secure t
this beautiful engraving, gratis, by get- E
ting up a club for "Peterson." Only a
the enormous circulation of the Maga
zine can explain why the proprietors:
can afford to give such premmums. i
"Ptros stebs n haeto
"Pterdsos, the prindceaeisht o
tw olr er wt ra_euto
the lady's books, the price being but j
- Mum n ne usth armi deduction |
'arious and all About.
Sow largely of red oats.
A good time to sow oats.
Col. B. F. Griffin is extremely ill.
The price of provisions is declining.
The Circus pays a town license of
Summer seems loth to take its depar
The time for paying taxes will end
There was a large crowd in town
Has the Telephone Exchange fallen
Cotton is turning out better than was
g if you want a good Cigar, call on
. A. BURNS. 27-tf -
Our Opera House is the admiration
f all visitors.
r Buy the best Smoking Cigars on
eo market from JONES. 41-tf.
Mrs. Dr. D. A. Cannon is very low
ith typhoid fever.
Myra Davis, colored, is in jail on a
arge of burglary.
Court meets the 31st instant; Judge
ldrich will preside.
f'? A fine selection of Canned Goods,. t
H. A. BURNS'. 37-ti
Chills and fever prevail at Helena to
considerable extent. I
The dry spell was broken on Monday I
P a most welcome rain.
g Go to H. A. BURNS' for your. Plain
id French Candy, Nuts and Fruits. 37-tf
Mr. Jno. R. Spearman, Jr., has been
uite ill, but is now convalescent.
If this warm weatber continue there
ill be a great deal more sickness.
M. Foot & Son have built a commo C
ous stock shed in their wagoui yrd.
Mr. F. A. Schumpert has cut a large j
iantity of hay this season with his
Col. T. J. Maffett, of Silver Street,
is had his residence painted by Mr. t
500 bushels choice White Corn, and
)0 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41-tf T. Q. BOOZER.
Aleck, sixteen years old, son of An
arson Ruff, colored, died Monday night
All parties indebted in any wise to(
. A. Burns will make immediate pay
ent. Oct. 19, 42-3t.
Me'all 4 Satterwhite had a $7.50 i
imir of thopts stolen from their store C
Mr. J. D. Wedaman will accept our t
ianks for a sample of fine syrup, pre- ~
nted last week. t
gg" Go to R. A. BURNS' jor Eorsford 'i,
a Foam, Sea Spray, Patapsco and Star
ills Baking Powders. 37-tf
The change in day of publication has
iven satisfaction. We can nowe doa
stice to the reader.
500 bushels choice White Corn, and
)0 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41-tf , T. Q. BOOZER.
Mr. M. S. Coppock, to shelter his
udebaker wagons, has put up a shed
the corner of his lot. 4
ggr Go to H. A. BURNS' for some of
iose fine new. Family Mackerel, heads and
us off. -t
Mr. hvey Z. Abrams, who lost his
welling-house by fire recently, is mak
ig preparations to rebuild.4
The HERALD estimates that the cot
m sales for the present season at New
erry will reach 15,000 bales.
gg For-a choice, large'variety of Chew
ig and Smoking Tobacco, go to
37-tf H. A. BURNS'.
Oly three or four whites were before
i Council ap its last nleeting for fail
ig to pay street duty.
There are some fine horses on exrhi
ition, and the beauty of it is that seve
1 of them are County ra5ed.
gg Go to H. A. BURNS' for a choice
t of Pipes and Smokers' Articles, espe
ally the Shuck-mouth Cigarettes. 37-tf
The ladies, always foremost in every
ood undertaking, make a beautiful1
ud attractive display of articles at the
While you are in town during Court
reek, or any other time, step in and
iake yourself happy by taking a pa
The way t'o build up your town is to
atronize home industry. The way to
ill it is to send your work and money
ut of it.
Miss Ray Foot has sent to the Atlan
t Exposition a beautiful picture, enti
d "Heavenward," worked on canvas
rith a needle.
This is Fair Week, and all the-fair
nes are tricked out fairly in honor of
> important an affair. That it should
e so is but fair..
The vacant lot near Mrs. Wardlaw's
lace has been purchased by J. F. J.
aldwelI, Esq., upon which he will
rect a fine dwelling.
Mr. D. B. Wheeler, as Administra
3r, sold the personal property of J. B.
,onard, deceased, at the Court House
'riday, at very good prices.
Isom Workman has not been sent to
ie Penitentiary yet, the Sheriff having
eceived no official notice from the Su
krme Court of its decision.
Our thanks are due Col. T. W. Hol
way, Secretary of the State Agricul
aral and Mechanical Society, for corn
limentary cards to the Fair.
The C. & G. R. R. gives special rates
our County Fair; but the information
ras sent to this office only a fe w days
go-too late to do any good.
Superior Red Ash Coal for grate or
Love, can be had by addressing Tren
olmn's Coal Depot, Charleston, S. C.
Iow is your chance to buy good coal.
For good meat the reader is directed
o Stall No. 3, kept by J. S. Hair &
kon. They kill none but the beet and
,re therefore able to furnish the best.
Dr. Irby Dunklin, of Laurens, haid a
troke of paralysis night before last.
Then the train left Laurens yesterday
Lftrnoon he was thought to bei dying.
W cnfidently loo1k for a large nnm
O"' The finest C rackers, plainand 5wee
it H. A. BURNS'. -tt
There's notuing pays like farmini
And if you want lard just select tro]
imong our advertisements this weel
md come up on Sale-day and buy you:
Secretary Holloway reports that c
.ries for the State Fair are coming i
apidly, and that the prospects are higi
y encouraging. The Fair begins th
3th of November.
Bear it in mind that the place to har
,our Bill Heads, Le-ter Heads, Circt
ars, Cards, Hand Bills, &c., printe
s at the HEIRA) Job O !eT. Pleas
lon't forget it.
Auditor John K. Nance has adde
30O,000 to the taxable property of th
.ounty; not by increasing the asses;
nents, but by bringing in property th:.
1as heretofore been dodging taxation.
'I should like to see somebody at
luct me,' said Mrs. Smith vt the break
ast-table, the other mcrning. 'H'm
o should I, my dear, Eo should I
aid Mr. Smith, with exceeding earn
Mr. Henry Bayer, one of the most ex
ensive Fruit and Produce dealers i:
;harleston, calls at ention to his stocl
n another column, to which we re
pectfully invite the attention of th,
There is a good deal of sickness ii
own, principally chills and fever
kmong the sick are Mr. Juo. Elmor
fr. Simeon Pratt, Mr. G. W. Pearson
r. Jno. A. Kinar], Mr. J. B. Carwilc
diss Docia Wright, Mr. M. Foot.
Rev. S. P. Hughes has accepted thi
all from a church at Williamsport, Pa.
tnd will leave Newberry soon for hi
tew field of labor. He will preach hi
arewell sermon at. Luther Chapel Sun
lay, His successor has not been chosen
The following persons have been re
ently elected Deacons in the Lutheraz
,urch: D. B. Wheeler, J. E. Chap
nan, Eduard Scholtg, Wm. A. Kinard
en. H. Cline, )r. 0. B. Mayer, Jr.
V. H. Dickert, G. B. Cromer, W. A
line, James B. Leagin.
Mr. Cramer put all the scenery o1
be stage one day last week, and shifte
t around to see how it would work
he scenery is very fine; and the shift
g apparatus works like a charm. Tbi
Irop curtain, re-resenting a scene ci
be banks of the Nile, is uplendid.
From various quarters we bear re
orts of the cotton crop turning out bet
er than was expected. Mr. Jno. C
xoggans who expected in August tt
:et only 15 bales has already gatherei
0. Capt. Conner, of Ja lapa, who ex
ected 16 will get 25. There are man'
ither like cases.
We never saw stock i;a better condi
ion at this time of the year. One rea
on of this is, no doubt, due to the fac
hat nearly everybody has his threshin;
nd ginning clone now by steam in
tead of horse potwer. There is no hard
r work on hoc&es and mules than run
dng a gin or thresher.
Joe Williams~, colored blacksmit[
hile shoeing Mr. H. C. Wilson's hors
sat Sale-day struck him in the eye an'
mocked it out. The horse died fror
he effects of the injury last Thursday
dr. Wilson got out a warrant for Jb
['esday, charging him~ with mialiciou
nishief. Joe, learning of the warranl
.ed, and was acaptured by Constahl
aldwell a mile from town. His statc
nent is that he struck at a mule with
ridle rein and accidentally hit th
iorse in the eye. The horse was a ver
Jack, the bootblack, "jumped th
own" Saturday under shadowy cii
~umstances. Turning aside from hi
-egular occupiation be went into th
~ommisson business. He sold about
lozen strings of fish for Mr. Z. I
White, and a dlollar and a half wort
>f chickens for somebody else, pockete
he proceeds, and left for parts or
mown. Jack is a Charleston negr<
gho made his appearance in New berr
Lbout a month ago. He is about eigt
.een years old, is very black and has
lefect of the eyes, which gives him
That the Fa.ir is a great deal bette
han was anti cipated ;indeed it is som<
hing for Newberry County to be prou
That Col. Jno. R. Spearman has
horoughbred Guernsey bull and a thol
>ughbred Guernsey heifer on exhibitiot
That Mr. J. McD. Kinard of Nineti
six, has nine head of fine cattle on E
ibition, including Devons, DurhaLt
That Wmn. Dawkins has a fine Devo
u, Jack Sims a splendid colt, and Jc
eph Himies a very ingenious hau
aower, of his; own invention, on exhib
ion. These three are colored men.
That Mr. J. S. Sloan's colt is a best
That Mr. Buzzard has a pair of mukh
f remarkable speed and handsome a;
earance in harness.
That Mr. Bryson and Mr. Nichols,<
Laurens County, show capital horses.
That the wine committee look hat
That Mr. J. E. Schumpert has
wagon load of cotton bales that are net
mough to go into a drawing-room.
That there are some very flne stalk
f rice on exhibition.
That Ma:ybin & Tarrant have an ek
gant and tasty showcase of cigars, an
mother of colognes.
That Newberry County is some (or
That Secretary Mower is a* hard an
atient worker, and the right man i
;he right place.
That a single gentleman has 17 pail
f pigeons (of different kinds) on exb
That Newberry County can't be be:
That Newberry is full of pretty w<
That Mr. Reagmn has a thoroughbre
Jersey bull; and Mr. McCaughrin tw
horoughbred .Jersey cows and calv<
That a striking feature of the Fair
That there are chickens enough o
xhibition to ru;i a Methodist Confe:
nce three weeks.
That the Foreman of this office
'elling at us t.) *hold up"-and w
must defer any further notice to ne:
If afficted withb that most painful at
annoying disease, Hemorrhoids,
Pe,une ab%ler's Buckeye Pile Oin
GET READY FOR IT,
Twerity Trained Elephants-Fifteen Bndr
- Wild Beasts-Great Circus in Two R.ings
n -Twenty-two Performing Stallions -
A Human Being Blown from a Can
- non-Magnificent Free Public
Adam Forepaugh's Great Show, which
the targest 4s it is :he best in the world,
- to exhibit, Tuesday Nov. 1 afternon at
e evei:inr at. Newherry. Arrangements h:i
beet corn 1e'ed for red :w"d ;ans 0,1
linez of travel to a!nd trotn Newberrv
e the day the Forepaugh Show is to be ther
The grand =trect page2-t wili take pla<
at :buut ter o'clock o;i the forenoon
exihiitivn d tt in this greut spectacul;
d uioastrat a', there will appear twen
buge' elepimnts, hundreds of. magnifice
horses, a iti e of gorgeous ciariots, tLr<
full bands of music. twenty desert drom,
daries ; and tiero will also be represent(
t the beautifui Oriental romance of the d
parture of Lalla Rookh from Delhi, i
which is to be seen the famous ten thol
sand doliar -eauty, whom Forepau.:h h:
secured to personify Lalla Rookh, and fi
whose services he pays the sum of to
The circu:; is exhibited in two separal
rings, and this is what a n ighborhood e:
change says concerning the great show :
"As between Barnum and Forepaugl
we have no 'esitancv in asserting, withoc
fear of contradiction, that Forepaugh
colossal combination is the superior of Ba
num's in both un:itnitude and merit. The
never has been an exhibition brought het
2 that has presented such a wonderful arra
of noveities as Forepaugh's. It is an al
solute fact, and all who visit the exhihitio
will see a human being blown from a cat
non which is loaded with powder and fire
in tull vie'w of the audience ; so, too, tb
visitor will see the wonder-moving perfo;
3 mances of the great herd of twenty bug
elephants, and twenty-two blooded sta
a lions and trick horses. And then there
a the woudeful act of the famous Frene
equilibrist, Madrne Zuila, who rides bacl
ward and forward over a ' inch wir
stretched one hundred feet from th
- grouud, and wheels her .babe over tb
same high wire. Nowhere, except i
- Forepaugh's great show, can be see-i tb
miraculous performances of the Seibini ,
Ville on Troupe of Bicyclers. These wor
derful performers form pyramids, engage
hat-spinnitg, stand each upon the other
heads, and in fact, do nearly every act the
is performed upon an horse, or upon th
ground in a circus ring, upon the mode
steel bicyl., while it is dashing around th
arena at twenty miles an hour. The mi
nagerie c)utaius, in addition to traine
lions, tigcrs, giraffes, etc., a monster hil
popotamus, rhinocei os, sea lions, and, i
fact, it is a veritable Noah's ark."
- We beipeak a liberal patronage for th
- great show from our town, and ass re ou
readeLs i' ho contemJpldee going that the
, will surely see every feature adverti,ed.
- Bogus Grttficates.
I Do not fail to call on your drnggi:
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and d<
- licious blood purifier, Smith's Scroful
t Star Corine cures all chronic Sort
i and is a sure cure for Piles.
- Call onl your druggist before it is tc
. .ate and get a bottle of Smith's Scroful
Syrup and Star Carine.
oFrom B. F. Moore, A.M., Presider
of Moore's Southern Business Univers
j ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify th;
1 I have used Dr. Cheney's Expectoral
in my family for several years, and ca
recoEnmuend it as an invaluable remed
s for Coughs, etc., and have found it si
,perior to any other remedies that I bas
etried. For sale by Dr. W. E. PE
. HAM. 50-ly.
IWBEREY, S. C., Oct. 19, 1881.
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,Good Ordinary...................a a
Low iddling........... -....... 9a14
s Middiing .....................10 al4
e Good Middling .................10.a11
a Good demanud.
uNewberry Prices Currenlt.
By J. N. MARTIN & CC
Shoulders, Prime New.... 61 a
Shoulders, Sugar Cured. 1
a Sides, C. R., New............ a
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders. New........... I
Sides, C. R.. New...........a 1
Sides, Long Clear............a
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia' 18
d LARD- .
Leaf, in TierNes............. 1
Leaf. in Buckets...........I8
. Powdered................- 1
t Granulatedl Standard....1a
- Extra C.................. 11
.Coffee C................ 0
-- Yelo....................... 10
s New Orleaus............. 1
0New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50,
dCuba Molasses....... 60
Sugar Houste Mo! asses. .37
Young Hyson............... 1.5)
PEPPER................ .-....----- )
s COFEERoasted or Parched... 5
- Best Rio..........-... 2
Good Rio......- ......162
VIN EG AR
Cider Vinegar......... 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 05
a Bolted....---- .....--- .-- 1.20
SOAP.............-.-.......... sa 1
s STARCH......-.-.............. ga
FLOUR, prbbl...............-- S.0011.0
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ENGLISH SODA. ......-.. 10
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SEA FOAM RAKING POWDER... 3
d TO3ACCO............... ....-.. 60a 1.5
NAILS (10) ker.................. 4.50
D BAG GING-Heavy.................. 12a14
ARROW TIES. per bunch............ 2 00
~SPLCED ARROW TIES.-....... -17
.RED CLOVER SEED--per lb....20
SRED OATS-per hu.............. 7a 80
TIMOTHY HAY................ 2
d ROUND TRIP RATES
s TO THE
At Atlanta, Ga.
0ening 6th 04., anld Uosing 31st Dec.,18s
tVisitors to the Exposition can obtain,
any day during its existence, round-tt
tickets fro:n the principal Stations ont
lines comp rising the Associated Railwu
d of Virginia and the Carolinas, at rates
yr proximating FOUR CENTS per mile I
Tietsro od- frtripso.te ol
ed - - - -
sTATE'F 01-' .NWT~ H CAROLINA,
'ONT'i'Y :}F N iMVBERI1R.
IIN OMMON PLEA~S.
Thos. T. iioe~' , Adm'r., v . F. P' -ae,W
i. Re2ag n and otih-"r.
By order of the Gurt, I will <.E, at pub
e lie outcry, b..+ore the Court House at New
. berry, on the First Monday (7th day) of
h cvember, 1Si, R lot of land, it the town
P. of \ewberry. the property of Elijah P. Lake,
-e frontin on Boundary Street, and bounded
> by iar,- of the Estate of Stanmore Lang
r ford, dee'd., la:,ds of J. 1 Werts a1," d1. N.
v Fowles-containing Fort-to'r Acr-s and
t One-tift?h, more or less.-in six separate
et p-tlcels as to ilows:
Lot No. I-(in which is a two-story
,d dwelling), eontainiu Twevc Acres and
Ftmr-fiftlhs, more or less, fronting on Iioun
n dary Street, and i bounded by lot No. 2,
- lands of ebtate ot St anmore Langford, de
t, ceased, lo: No. ;3. the grounds of Nance
>r Cemetery, an: by King Street, which .epa
a rates it from Lot No. >.
Lot No. 2-Containing Two Acres, more
e or less, fronting on Boundary Street, and
t bounded by lanlds of estate of Stannore
Langiord, deceased, and by Lot No. 1.
Lot No. 3 -Containing Eight Acres, more
it or less, fionting on Boundary Street, and
's bounded by King Street, whien separates it
r. from Lot No. 1 and by Lots No. 4 and No.
e Lot No. 4-Contaiing Five Acres and
y Three-fourths, imore or less, fronting on
- Boundary Street, and bounded by Lots No.
u 3 and No. 5, and by lands of J. N. Fowles.
Lot. No. 5 -Containing Seven Acres and
d Twelve.hundredt!is, more or less, and
e bounded by King Street, (which separates
it from Lot No. 6,) lands of J. B. Werts, J.
e N. Fowles and Lots No. 4 and No. 3.
- Lot No. u-Containing Nine Acres and
s Fourteen hundredths, more or less, and
h bounded by lands of est'te of S. Langford,
lands of J. B. Werts, by King Street (which
, separa-es it from Lot No. 5,) and by Lot
e No. 1.
S TEms-Tihe purehaser wiii be required
t to psy one-half of the purchase money in
e cash, and to secure the balance payable at
k twelve mouths with interest thereon from
- the day of sale by bond and mortgage of
a the property sold-and to pay for convey
t aff" The several lots will be sold by plats
e of the same. In the meantime the plats
p may be seeia at the Master's Office.
e SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Oct. 4, 1881. 4O-3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
t COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
e IN COMMON PLEAS.
r William Langford and George A. Langford,
y Ex'ors. of Julius B. Smith. Plaintifts,
against Tench C. Pool, 0. L Schumpert
and D. H. Wheeler, Defendants.
;t By order of the Court be-rein, dated 11th
- June, 1881, I will sell, at public outcry, be
a fore the Court House at Newberry, on the
First Monday in November, 1881, "those
"two lots of land in the town of Newberry,
'S "in the said County and State, known as
"Lot No. 4 and Lot No. 5, of the lots for
S"merly belonging to the estate of J.ulius B.
a "Smith, deceased, fronting on Caldwell
a"Street for the distance of Fifty-four and
"Four-tenths Feet, more or less, and run
it "ning back to the depth of Seventy-five and
j.. "Five-tenths Feet, more or less, containing
i "ini the aggregate Fo'ur Hundred and FiLty.
t "nine and One-tenth aquare Yards, more
"or less, and otherwise t,ounded by Friend
n"Street, Smith Alley, and lot ol C. & G. S.
TERxs-ihe purchaser will be required
e topa in cash one-half of the purchase
-money, and to secure the balance payable
at twelve months, with interest from the
- day of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
prermises sold-(withi leave to 1.ay all in
cash)-and to pay for conveyance.
- 8IL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Oct. 4, 1881. 40-3t
'STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
SCOUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
-IN COMMON PLEAS.
Margaret Spearmain, Plaintiff, against Ches.
ley D. Spear man, Defendant.
By order of the Court herein, dated 19th
)Febi-uary, 1881, I will sell, at public outcry,
on the First' Monday in Novembe.r, 1881,
before the Court House at Newberry, all
Sthat tract or plantation of land lying and
3 being situate in the same State and County
y foresai d, on waters of Little River, eon
Stainin3g Two Hut dred and Forty Acres,
4 more or less, and bounded by lands of
Jackson Teague, Travis Hill, and lands be
longing to the estate of Graves Spearmnan,
deceased, and others.
Tans-The purchaser will be requird
to pay one-fourth of the purchase money in
cash, and to secure the balance, payabl~ in
two instalmecnts of' one antd two years, with
interest from the dayv of sale, by a bond
and a mortgage of the peises, and pay
for deed -- with leave to pay the whiole
amount of the purchase money in eash.
SILAS JOl'NSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Oct. 4, 1881. 4)-st
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 0OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF PROB LTE.
Henry Hendrix, as Adm.ini trator of Rebec
ea Hendrix, dec'd., Plai rity, ag;ainst Re
r)ecca J1. Hjendrix, John Longshore, Levi
LonIgaaIre, Lark Longsha.., Antoinette
Pitts, Alice Johnson, Ja nes ilendrix,
'George Hendrix, Levi H*.-drix, Belton
Hendrix, Henry D. IHeneix, Hattie
*Teague, Sallie Nichois and Lu -retia But.
Sunnnons. For Relief.
0To the Defendants-Rebecca J. He idrix,
John Longshore, Levi Longsnore, Lark
o Longshore, Antoinette Pitts, Alice d. lin
a ,James Heuerix, George Hen.'x,
Hendrix, Hattie Teague, Sallie Nicho.
and Lucretia Butler :
You are hereby summon~ed and required
to answer the complain:. in this action,
which is filed in theotfice of the Probate Judge
for said County, in said State, and to serve
a copy of ysour answer to the said complait
on the subscriber at his office, Newberry C.
SH., South Carolina, within twenty davs af.
ter the service hereof, exclusive of the day
of such service ; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within ~ihe rime aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action wili apply to the
~Court for the relief demnan ded in the com
Dated October 3, A. D). 1881.
Y. J. POPE,
J. B. FE LL ERS, J. P. N. C. [ss.)
nTo Levi Hlendri, absent Defendant:
Take notice that the complaint in this ac
tion, together with the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy, was filed in the
office of the Judge of Probate for New' berry
County, at Newberry Court House, in the
>n County of Newberry and State of South
ip Carolina, on the 3d day of October~, A. D
vs- Pct.in,tfl.s 4Attore.
or- Oc.- 88.4-t
Notice of FInal Settlement
t L V' .t na
Dry Goods and .wotions.
BRAID FALL OPIIN !
Consi,ting of the fe!1wiig goods :
Domestic Plaids and Stripes,
1 DRESS COODS,
SILK AND SATINS.
BLEACHED AND BROWN
Sheetings and Shirtings,
Red and White Flannels,
Velveteens and Silk Velvet,
Ladies' Silk Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Silk Ties,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Polite and courteous attention given to
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
BEN. H. CLINE & CO.
Sep. 21, 38-'f.
Pianos and Orgauns.
STAT OF OUTHCOI,
COUNT F NWER.
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Oct 1,188.m4 -4
STTie OFia OTtARLImnt.
1881. J. 3. FELLERS, 3. P. N. C.
Oct. iQ 1881. 41-4t
I Notice of Final Settlement.