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Special and. Local.
T$URSDAYi OCT. .27, 1881.
INDEX TO NEW ADvERTIsEMENTS.
L. B. Bates-For Sale.
' T.E Gr ueker-For Sa e.
-SUts Johnctone-MastQr's Sale.
T. F. Gsreneker-New Lot of Stationery.
Peter M. Schu.npert-Notice of Final Set
tlement and Discharge.
i'elham's Drug Store-Bluestone-Cigars
-Lamps-Aladdin Security Oil.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives.................12 55 P M
Up nai1 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... ........ 3 55 P M
Iaurens mail closes at..... .... 3 25 PM
Offlec'hoars from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S, C., May 16, 1881.
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tacts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master -at
Prosperity is our authorized agent: at
John Roland, infant son of Dr. W.
E. Pelham, died in town the 22nd.in
Miss Mary Theodosia, daughter of
Mr. W. T. Wright, died Saturday, 22nd
instant, of typhoid pneumonia, at the
age of fourteen.
Miss Lilla, daughter of Mr. C. Y.
Pool, died in Columbia Thursday, the
20th -instant, of consumption', aged
about fourteen years.
Reduced to 10c. per lb.-twenty-ive
per cent. lower than ever before, at
i1' YEfAMS, DRUG STORE.
We understand that special trains
will be-run from Newberry to Colum
bia and return the three ,days during.
the State Fair, leaving Newbarry very
early in the morning and returning late
in the afternoon.
Stewed, Fried and Raw, at JONES' after
the 18th October. 41-LIf.
A Union Meeting
Will begin at Crcss Roads (Baptist)<
Church te-miorrowand continue through
Sunday. Col. Jno. R. Leavell will act
as~ Moderator. The delegates from the
Newberry Baptist Church are Rev. L.
Broaddus, Simeon Pratt, James Packer
and J. Beiton Werts.
A large and elegant .ssortment of
Lamps now being opened, arid will be
sold lower than ever offered in New
berry. At -
1t . :?ELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
A.Cow Thief Escapes.
Peter Coleman, colored, in the
Vaughnville nefihborhood, stole a cow
from a colored woman about ten days,
ago, and carried it off and sold it. lHe
was arrested for the crime on a war
rant issued by Trial Justice Peterson;
but escaped from the Constable, and
has not since been heard from.
500 bushels choice White Corn, and
200 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41-tf T. Q. BOOZER.
-The Great Show -
Will be the biggest and grandest ex
hibition that ever came to Newberry, if
all we hear about it and see about iL be
true. Forepaugh, the proprietor, is an
*old favorite and has added a number of
attractions to his show. Of course
everybody will be in town to see the
procession, and a large number will go
-inside the pavilion to see the animals.
Bluestone ! Bluestone !! -
Reduced to 10c. per lb.-twenty-five
per cent..:ower than ever before, at
1t PELHAM'S DhRUG STORE.
Chiarley Jackson was shot with a'pis
tol anid killed by Green Owens on Mr.
R. S. Satterwhite's plantation FbridaIy
night, 21st instant-both colored. Thec
Coroner .held an .inquest Saturday.
Green Owens is the negro that attempt
- ed to shoot Mr. Grif. Williams a year
ago while he attempted to arrest him
as Deputy Sheriff on a charge of bur
glary, and whom Mr. Williams was
compelled to shoot in self-defense.
Green has not yet been captured. Ow
ens claims that he shot Jackson for be
ing too familiar with his wife.
Buy. Canned Goods,
* Fanev Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco,
from JONES. 41-Ll.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
$y refererice to our adyertising col
umns will be seen the card of Dr. L.
B. Bates, who offers for sale his valua
*ble farm on Henderson's Ferry Road,
eleven miles from the Court House,
containing 538 acres of the best land in
the County, and in a good state of cul
tivation, well watered and timbered,
- and with granite qnarries of unlimited
extent. This is an opportunity seldom
offered, and to a medical man is a fine
opening for a lucrative practice, as the
Doctor will give the punrchaser the good
will of his fine practice in that section.
"Dcqn't Know Haif their Value."
"They eznred ru~e of Ague, Bilious
ness and Kidney Complaint, as recom
mended. I had a half bottle left which
I'nsed for my two little girs, who the
doctors and neighbors said could not be
~ T iur~n1d hqv~ k~t. bot.h of th~.rn
Bluestone ! Bluestone !
Reduced to 1Oc. per lb.-twenty-five !
per cent. lower than ever before, at
It PELIAM'S DRUG STORE.
Volume Xl., No. I.
The October number of the Southern
Musical Journal, begins the new vol
ume, and, as usual, it is a surprise in
excellence. The Publishers do not
flood us with promises, but prefer to
delight in performances. The rapid -
growth in favor is evinced by the fact
of the advertisements having overflow
ed and crowded even the title page, as
much as by the rapid swelling of the
subscription list. It is rare to find a
low priced paper excellent, and yet
the Journal, whose premiums repay its
cost. is never poor. Its table of con
:tents is varied and interesting. It is
tnumber one in quality, as well as in
order, and Messrs. Ludden & Bates,
Savannath, Ga., offer specimens free, or
te w ie thing for $1.25a year. v
5cit hushels choice White Corn, and
20 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41-tf . T. Q. BOOZER.
Codey's Lady's'Book For November
Onet:s with a beautiful Steel t'iate er.
graving, 'Recalled to Life,' a richly colored
doc:iie-page Fashion Illustration, with num
erous engravings of various desigu<c of the
Latest Fishions. The Diagram Patterr'is
a ov.ity in the fact that it is . L-id 's C
Bodice without shoulder seams. The ntov
elette iga thril:ing s'ory of hind a,nd sea.
by Thomas S. Collier, entitled 'Beyond.' t
There are ntuue'-ons shorter siories by good s
writers. Aunt Ruth's f:nnv sayings, :ui in- E
deed the general get-up of the magazine is e
wor:hy of all praise. One thing to be said
of this old favorite is, that there is never
any vulgarity or immorality in its pages,
anl, therefore, it iN worthy of a phlce in C
any refined home. Any of our readers who B
do not take the Lady's Book can be sup- (
plied, promptly, by leaving their orders at I
this office. We will furnish our own pa- I
per and the Lady's Book for the low price C
of $.s; >er anmnim. As the next issue will
close the 'nrrent year, now is a gocd tium
to send in your subscription. The puhli
cation office is 1,t+ Chestnut Street, Phil
Buy Choice Fruits
Of all kinds from JONES. 41- if. L
This Will Pay You. - s
We consult the best good of our
readers in recommending them to now a
secure the valuable and important in
formation and most interesting read- n
ing matter, including. a Thousand or
more of pleasing and instructive En- B
gravings and-sketches. that can be (
obtained at trifling expense in the I
American Agr3iculturist. This is not b
merely a farm and garden Journal, D
but is very useful to every Housekeeper
and to every household in Village or i
Country. It has an entertaining and r
nseful department for the little ones.
It is a journal that pays to take and
read. Try it,- and, our word for it,
you will not be disappointed. Its con- i
stant, persistent exposures of Humbugs f
and swindling schemes are worth far ~
more than the cost of the paper. The i
41st annual Volume begins January g
1, but those subscribing now for 1882 e
get the rest of this year free. Terms: f
$1.50 a year; four copies $5 (English
or German edition); single copy, 15c.
N. B.-Those desiring can get an a
extra or double specimen number post- I
free for 10 ets., by addressing the Pub- ~
hshers, Orange Judd Co., '751 Broad
way, New York.
Within~ the past 10 years, the circus busi- ~
ne.'s in this country has assumed mamn
mmth pro portions aind few among the old
dwr wh lntec m ide a practiee of at
te::di 4hows for yazrs could rec;'gnize in j
te c:ircus of to-di.y any of the fizutes I:
t' at man the old tim:e shiows anid show 3
maen LAmu! T?he uccessful sh.ow of to- -
dav mu.s: not oniv she v. mare, but better ~
fattr: s tian ain' presented by hisicoa-d
feres in t.he business. As a suecessful
eaterer in the show line, Mr. Foregh.
stands deservedly at thme head of the pro- v
fession, and his grand aggregation now t
showing here is the crowning triumph of I
his efir's th':s far. The mienagerie is un
doubtedly~the finest that has ever bteen ex
hibited in the South, and it is questionable
if a finer one has ever exhibited in any
section of the country, and embracing as it
does, some of the most rare and valuable
specimens known to naturalists.
The circus performance ranks as one of
the best that we have seen, and some of its y
principal features are worthy of especial j
commendation. The troupe of performing (
elephants is unquestionably the show's I
great card. These huge beasts are wonder-(
fPd, and the quick way in which they obey C
the commands of their trainer, is not only
a tribute to his talents in the training line,
but an illustration of the wonderful sagacity
of these huge beasts, who form pyramids
stand on their hind legs or on their heads,
waltz or lay down at the word ofeon:mzand.
The balance of the performance is fully up
to the usual standard, and both the lovers
of natural history and of a good circus will
(do well to visit the great'show.(
Mr. Forepaugh would do well to open
his ticket wagons at least an hour and a.
half before the performance commences,
and thus, to a certain extent, put a stop to
the ticket speulation now a cause of so
[Ne w Orleans Democrat, Oct. 13th.
WADLEY, EMANUEL Co., GA..
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assembly this summer, 1 tried your
Star Curine on my leg;,.it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is a success, for I have had
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Carine, whbich has
curedt a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I am yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELHAMf. 50-1y
'W Go to H. A. BURNS' for Potatoes
and Onions.. 37-tf
Mir The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
THOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Hera.ld offiee
g- Go to H. A. BURNS' forvyourL -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,
Catarrh, Rheuimatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
two great remedies will cure you?
From C. D. McCurry. New-nan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
ecommending to the public Dr. Cheney's
&pectorant and Croup Preventive, My
little son had been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr,
Cheey about two years ago, prescribed
for hi is Croup Preventive, whbich has
mostmi-acnilol cnred him. I find it
THE COUNTY FAIR!
MEETING OF THE SOCIETY!
Our last week's notice of the Fair
:losed with the first day; on that day
he attendance was small. Thursday
ut! Friday the attcnd:tree was good,
bough not as large as the occasion dle
erred. The Fair was a complete suc
,ess in every way, except fin:tncially.
[he gate and entry money taken in was
iot suflicient to pay expenses and pry
niums. The reason of this is that Mos.t
>f the exhibitors and visitors tr mew
)ers, and therefore pay nothing. The
nembership plan is, $15 pays for a fain
IV life menbership; $5 for a life mem
ership; and $2 for annual member
hip; and a member of any kind can
nake all the entries he desires to make
ree, and pays no gate money. This
>lan is calculated to secure a large ex
,ibit; but it does not bring in the ne
essary funds. It is proposed to change i
The followinc is a list of the Pre
FIELD CROPS AND VEGETABLES.
Best stalks cotton, J. R. Spearman, Jr.;
orn, H. S. N. Crosson; Wheat, F. A. Schum
ert; Oats, J. R. Snearman, Jr.; Barley,
hos. W. Holloway; Rye, Antoine Buzhardt;
weet Potatoes, F. A. Schumpert; Irish Po
itoes, F. A. Sebumpert; Ground Peas, James
peer; Bale Short. Staple Cotton, F. A.
chumpert; second best ditto, E. P. Math
ws; Native Hay, J. R. Spearman, Sr.; Pea- I
ine Hay, Dr. M. A. Renwick; Pumpkins,
hos. F. Harmon; Field Peas, Dr. M. A.
enwick; Luce-ne Hay, J. R. Spearman, Sr.;
omatoes, I. H. Hunt; Beets. J. 0. Peoples; I
abbage. Mrs. A. J. Kilgore; Onions, A.
4uzhardt; Liia Beans, Mrs. H. C. Moses;
arrots, Mrs. Dr. J)as. McIntosh; Turnips,
. J. Jones; Celery, Mrs. M. A. Carlisle;
est Exhibition of Vegetables, Mrs.- M. A. c
arlisle; Upland Rice, A. Buzhardt; Sugar
ane, Dr. J. Wm. Folk; Largest Exhibit of J
ield Crops, Dr. Jas. Mclutosh; Clover Seed,
Buzhardr; Pepper, Mrs. H. S. N. Crosson.
Lard, Mrs. Dr. 31 A. Renwick; Butter,
irs. E. P. Mathews; Domestic Soap, Mrs.
fxry E. Sease; Starch, Mrs. P. J. Stephens;
illow, Mrs. H. H. Foik; Bacon, S. C. raised, 1
P. W. Riser; llams, Mrs. Dr. M. A. Rea
rick; Corned Beef, Mrs. H. C..Moses. Pre
erves-Peach, Mrs. J. D. A. Kibler; Pear,
Irs. S. F. Fsnt; Quince, Mrs. T. C. Brown;
trawberry, Mrs. H. S. N. Crosson; Apple,
Irs. P. J. Stephens; Pineappie, Mrs. J. D.
,. Kibler; Fig, Mrs. L. C. Hunter; Water
ielon Rind, Mrs. T. C. Brown; honorable
iention, Mrs. E. Bnzhardt. Jellies-Apple,
rs. Jas. McIntosh Plum. Miss Emma Mc
,ellar; Blackberry, Mrs. J. D. A. Kibler;
rrape, Mrs. T.C. Pool; Quince, Mrs. L. C.
[unter; Scuppernong, Mrs. T. C. Pool; Rasp
erry, Mrs. T. C. Pool; Strawberrv, Mrs. L.
;. Hunter; Gooseberry, Mrs. T. C. Pool;
luscadine, Mrs. M. E. Buzbardt; Peach,
irs. M. E. Buzhardt; Raspberry Jam, Miss
,mma McKellar; Gooseberry Jam, Miss Em
ia McKellar; Apple Marmalade, Mrs. P. J.
tephens; Grape Marmalade, Mrs. J. B.
cagin; Pear Marmalade, Mrs. 0. L. Schum.. t
ert; Muscadine Marmalade, Mrs. P. J. Ste
hens; Apple Butter, Mrs. J. G. Rikard,]
'ruits, Hermetically Sealed-Pears, Mrs. -S.
-:Boozer; Peaches-, Mrs. T. C. Brown; Cher
les, Mrs. L. C. Hunter; Tomatoes, Mi-s. L.
Jones; Tomato Catsup, Mrs. L. C. Hun- 1
3r; Walnut Catsup, Mrs. Y. J. Pope; Pep
er Catsup, Miss Kate Mayer. Pickles-CU
umber, Mrs. P. J. Stephens; Tomato, Mrs.I
.3. Stephens and Miss Eivira Ramage;
:owchow, Miss Elvira Ramage; Cranberry, I
rs. M. A. Carlisle; Bell Pepper, Miss Em
ia McKellar; Cherry, Mrs. Jas. McIntosh;.
ixed, Mrs. J, D. A. Kibler; Onion, Mrs.
.J. Stephens; Watermelon, Mrs. M. A..
enwick; Peach, Mrs. Jas. Mcintosh ; ChoW
how, Miss Kate Mayer; Manigoes; Mrs. Jan.
llutosh; Tomato Sauce, Mrs. Jas. McIn- I
>h. Dried Fruits-Apples, Mrs. S. G.
elch; Blackberries, Miss Minnie E. Folk;
Ikra, Mrs. L. C. Hunter; Damsons, Mrs. P.
.Stepbens; Molasses, Jno. A. Cromer; Su
ar, Miss Mintie E. Folk; Honey in Comb.
.Werber, Jr.; Wheat Bread, Mrs. L C.
[unter; Corn Bread, Mrs. Harrict Hargrove;
~iscuits, Mrs. T. J. Pope; Mfins, Mrs. L.
Jones; Rasks, Miss E. A. Schumpert;
~ols, Miss E. A. Schump~ert; Sponge Cake,
rs, R.. C. Carlislc; Fruit Cake, Mrs. :.- D.
.Kibler; Jelly Cake, Mrs. R. C. Carlisle;
olasses Candy, Miss Alma Werber ;-Silver
age. Mrs. J. 0. Peoples. W;ne.s-Mlusca
mne, Mrs. H. S. N. Crosson; Scuppernong,
issEmnmaMcKellar; Blackberry, Mrs. Juo.
,Fair; - Catawba Grape, Mrs. Jno. 5. Ree- t
rick; Concord Grape, Mrs. J. G. Rikard;
herry, Mrs. E. L. Sheely; Strawberry, Mrs
.J. Jones; "Grspe, Mrs. P. J. Stephens;
[erbemont Madeira, Mrs. Y. .J. Pope;- Cher
y Bounce, Mrs. Y. J. Pope; Black berry Cor
al, Mrs. Y. J. Pope; Blackberry Acid, Mrs.
I. A Carlisle; Best Peaches, H. E. Buz
ardt; Hazel Nuts, Miss Elvira Ram age. t
Grain Cradle, S. C. made, G. HI. Werts;
~sillting Plow and Cotton-Chopper, Jo
ph Hlimet: HIand-Power, Josep~h Himes;
low Stock, S. C. made, F. A. Sehumpert;
Larrow, F. A. Schnmpert; Axe Handles. S.
.made, Jesse Senn; Brooms, Dr. J. Wim.
olk; Bee Hive. H. D, McCullough; Organs
Estey), W. M. Shacklef'ord; Sewing Ma
hines, (Estey) WV. M1. Shackleford; Wagous,
tudebaker) E. S. Coppot k; Wagons, (Ten
essee) 3. N. Martin & Co.;. Chairs, Jesse
LEATHER, HAENESS, &o.]
Leather, Martin & Mower; Hand and Ma-t
hine Made Boots and Shoes, W. H. Dickert
Son; Single Harness, Peoples & Johnson;
iding-BridLe, Peoples & Johnson.
CHEMICALs, OILs, &C.
Beef Foot's Oil, Mrs. H. HT. Folk; Hen
)il, Mrs. H. H. Folk.
Woolen Jeans, Mrs. Jas. Speer; Carpeting,
irs. Thios. J. Maffett; Home Made Blanket,
i1rs. H. S. N. Crosson; Woolen Counter
ane, Mrs. H. S. N. Crosson ; Cotton Coun
erpane, (honorable mention) Mrs. John
layes; Woo! Hat, Mrs. M1. Long; Straw
jat, Mrs. M. E. Sease; Woolen Socks, Mrs.
ames Sp.eer; Cotton Socks, Mrs. E. P. Chal
ners; Cotton Thread, Mrs. P. J. Stephens,
toorab!c mention, Mrs Jno. Hayes; Wvool
-n Yarn, Mrs. Jas. Speer; Feather Fly
trush, F. A. Schumpert; Feather Duster,
drs. Jno. R. Leavell; Feather Fan, F. A.
NEEDLE AND FANCY WORK.
Patch Work Quilt, in silk, Mrs. H. H. Folk;
amne, in worsted, Mrs H. S. N. Crosson;
amne, in cotton, Mrs. J. G. Williams, honor
ble mention, Mrs. T. C. Brown; Crochet
luilt, Mrs. M. E. Hall; Infant's Dress; Miss
~mma& Simmons; Child's Dress, Miss C. S.
marshal; Crochet Tidy, cotton, Miss Annie
-unt; Crochet Mats. Miss Mattie McCaugh
in; Embroidered Handkerchief, Miss A. P.
loses; Embroidery in silk, Mrs. Y. J. Pope;
imbroidery in Worsted, Mrs. Chas. A. Bow
nan; Embroidery in Cotton, Mrs. Jno. M.
[hompson ; Tatting, Mrs. I. D. Moses; Braid
ng, Mrs. I. D. MIoses; T'ufted Work, Mrs. J.
). Steen; Sofa Cushion, Mrs. R. Y. Leavell;
)ttoman Covers, Mrs. P. J. Stephens; Tc4
t Cushion, Miss Alma Werber; Afghan,
Iiss Alma Werber; Spatter Work, Mrs. S.
3. Welch; Bead Work, Miss Mamnie Cline;
3est and Handsomest Calico Dress, Mrs.
lames Y. Culbreath; Plaiu Needle Work,
Iiss Alma Werber; Fancy Needle Work,
iiss H. A Coleman; Lace Work, Miss H1.
L.. Coleman; Miscellaneous. Fancy, Miss
lettie Boyce; Worsted Rug, Miss Alma
erber; Infant Crochet Ca.p, Miss Annie
lunt; Crochet Shawl. Miss Julia B. Hunter.
PLOICULTURE, DaAWINGS AND PAINT
3 Greenhouse Plan rs, Y'ss Emmrra MlcKel
ar; Best and Lairgest (A,11ectioui of Green
ioise Plants,~ Mrs. .L. J, Jomnes; H anging
B~askeLnt- Gr wing EFlowers, Mirs. M~. A. Car
lyle; Cut flowers, Miss Annie H uit; Lube
lose, Mrs.'H. S. N. Crosson; Drawing, W il
ians Welch. CALR
JCATTLul,ov r .yas .B egn
Jersey Bull, oder 3M . yearbJ. B e-n
erse Bulw, uder 3, . M.Satterwie; .Jer-,
;iero, ovder 3, . B. Mcangh Dein Jersey.
1:.mw nnam- 9 13 R Rarin - Devon Bal L i
kins; Grade Cow,over 3.D. W. Barre; Grad
Heifer, under 3, L. J. -Jones; Grade Jersey
under 3, J. B. Reagin; Native Bull, under 3
H, H. Folk; Native Cow, over 3, S. P. Boo
zer; Best Bef, J. H..Hunter; Best Mile]
Cow, S. P. Boozer.
HORSES AND MULES-OPEN TO THE WORLD
Stallion, not thoroughbred, over 3 years
A. L. Knighton: brood mare and colt, R. C
Maybin; colt, 3 vear:, Henry Kibler; colt,
years, D. S. Mangum; coit, 1 year, J. S
Sloau; colt, under 1 year, R. C. Maybin
pair heavy draft horses, T. C. Pool; paii
light draft horses, Bryson & Nichols; singk
harness horse, Dr. M. A. Renwick; Sacddli
horse, J. W. Nichols; combined horse, J.
W. Nichols; fastest pair trotting horses, A
L. Knightou; fastest trotting single horse,
A. L. Knighton; fastest pacing horse, A. P.
Boland; rockaway horse, E. P. Chalmers;
pair mules, C. D. Buzhardt; single mule, 0.
D). Buzhadt; tour mule team, E. I'. Ma
hews; riding by boy under 15, I;obt. Maffett.
OPEN TO THE STATE.
Stallion, not thoroughbred, over 3 years,
1. L. Pratt; brood mare and colt, R. C. May
>in; second best brood mare and colt, T. F.
Elarnion; colt, 3 years, Dr. J. McIntosh; colt,
years, D. S. Manguin; colt, 1 year, J. S.
Rloan; colt, under 1 vear, R. C. Mayhin;
>air light draft horses, G. E. Werber; single
iarness horse, S. W. Bryson: saddle horse,
Zobt. G. Wallace: combined horse, Dr. J.
Vmn Folk; fastest trotting single hor:e, A.
?. Boland; fastest pac;ng horse, A. P. Bo
and; pair mules, F. A. Schumpert; single
nule, A. Buzhardt; mule colt, T. F. Har
npn; four mule team, F. A. Schumper;
iding by boy under 15, Robt. Maffett.
OPEN TO THE COUNTY.
Stailion, not thoroughbred, over 3 years,
f. H. Hunter; brood mare and colt, R. C.
laybin; second best brood mare and colt,
r. F, Harmon; colt, 3 years, Dr. J. McIn
osh; colt, 2 years, D. S. Mangum; colt, I
rear, J. S. Sloan; oolt, under 1 year, R. C.
laybin; pair light draft horses, Dr. J. Mc
ntosh; single harness horse, M. M. Satter
vhitd; saddle horse, C. W. Buford; com
>ined horse, J. B. Ciary; fastest pair trotting
rorses, Dr. J. Mcintosh; fastest trotting sin
,le horse, A. P. Boland; fastest paeing horse,
)r. J. Wm. Folk; riding by boy under 15,
Merino buck, R. A. Welch; grade buck,
L Buzhardt; grade ewes, D. W, Burre; pen
f stieep, stock unknown, J. W. Reagin;
rade lambs, A. Buzhardt; pair goats,,.Dr.
Berkshire boar, R. A. Welch; Berkshire
ow, R. A. Welch; Berkshire pigs, Dr. S. G.
Veich; Essex Iigs, Thos. W. Holloway;
(orkshirc boar, Thos. W. Holloway; grade
ow, J. H. Hunter; grade pigs, Thos. W.
lolloway; largest and fittest hog, R. L.
Pair geese, A. Buzhardt; Muscovy ducks,
V. D. Baxter; puddle ducks, W. D. Baxter;
arkeys, Dr. J. Wm. Folk; Brahma chick
as, Mrs. A. J. Kilgore; Cochin chickens, A.
3uzhardt; black Spanish' chickens, R. A.
Velch; improved barnyard fowls, S. P.
loozer; peaowts, Dr. J. Wi. Folk; guineas,
L. Buzhardt; pigeons, T. E. Greueker; game
hickens, J. H. Hunter; Plymouth Rock
hickens, R. A. Welch; best and largestex
ibit of poultry, L. J. Jones; special -men
ion of fine and large exhibit of pigeons- by
A MEETING OF THE SOCIETY
vas herd the 20th and again the 21st.
rhe Executive Committee reported,
bat the improvements on the Grounds
vere sufficient, except in the Stock and
'ouhtry Departments, and recommend
~d that needed improvements he made.
rhe report of the Secretary and Treas
rer showed that the Society is in debt
~2,000. The Executive Committee of
ered several resolutions looking to re
eving the Society of this debt, the ef
eet of which was to do away with the
nembership plan and make the Society
Sjoint stock company. The following
-esolutions, recommended by the Ex
ctive Committee, were adopted:
That those hoidig life and family
ife membership be requested to pay in
Lf amount equal to4what they have al
-eady paid in..
That the Constitution be so amended
Ls to leave the books in the Secretary's
ands only for three months after the
air of 1881 for additional memberships,
tot ice to be given in the newspapers for
That the Constitution be further
tmended so that instead of the present
>lan of menybership, shares, each of
M5, be issued to life and family life
nembers, equal to the amount paid-in
o th.e.Treasury for such membership
:rtificates originally and under these
-esolutions and subscriptions and con
ributions; provided, this resolution
hall not take effect till thc expiration
>f the three months aforesaid.
That present members be allowed to
ake as many shares as they desire.
That thanks be returned to last year's
The following resolutions were post
oned to a meeting to be held the 20th
>f January next:
That after the expiration of three
nonths from the close of the Fair of
881, all persons except the officers and
oiployees of the Society be required to
ay gate money.
That all sums over and above ex
enses and improvements be paid tc
The old officers were renominated,
rt most of them declined. The fol
vere elected for the ensuing year:
President-Thos. W. Holloway.
Vice-Presidents-J. R. Spearman,
er., Dr. R. C. Carlisle, D. V. Seurry,
J. i. Johnstone.
Executive Committee-W. WV. Riser
fos. B. Chalmers, Dr. M. A. Ren
wick, S. A. Hunter, J. B. Reagin.
Secretary and Treasurer-George S.
The following committee was ap.
pointed to audit the books of the Secre
ary and Treasurer, and report at the
meeting in Jan uary: Silas Johnstone,
. J. Pope and E. P. Chalmers.
rhe Thespian Club
Treated the public during Fair Week
to "Caste" two evenings. The per.
formances were good, and the audience
manifested its appreciation by frequeni
pplause. The play, though somewhat
monotonous, gives room for some very
lne acting, the burden of the playing
alling chie4y on the "Esther" and the
"Marquise." These parts were admi
eably sustained. "Eccles" anid "Sam'
tlled the audience with mirth and
Laughter. The play passed off so pleas.
intly that there was a genuine feeling
:>f regret that it was not continued a
tep or two further, so as to reform
"Eccles"t and make a sober, respectabl(
itizen out of him.
The Club has some fine histrionic tal
ent; and their selections and renditiomn
are always first class.
One Negro Kills Another with his Fist.
Milton Oixner atnd Wyatt Young. tw
colored men ip the upper portion of the
County, .ha&d a fight the 4th, in whiel
the former struck the other a severe
blow with his fist breaking two ribs
Wyatt was laid up till the 14th, ant
then died. An inquest was held by
Trial Justice Buford. Drs. Carlisle ani
Johnson, who made the postmortem
twci'led that death resulted from th
a Death of Col. Bluford F. Criffin.
Col. Bluford F. Grifiin died at his I
residence. fourteen miles from New
berry, Tuesday. 2.5th instant, at i A.
M. after a lingering illness. Co.l.
Griffin was born in this County the 21
day of December, 802. lie beiorged
to a family that has from the beginning
of the present centuri been distinguish
ed in the annals of Newberry County. c
His brother. Gnu. Jno. K. Griffin, was
for many ars one of the most promni
nent men in the State, iaviii serveil
repeatedly in the .Sato Leg isi:atur' ad
in Congress. Col. B. F. Griffin served f
in the Legislature ore er two termis in
his early manhood. lIe was a mem
ber in 1826-7 with Jzio. "*Lol'N:
and Dr. Peter Moon. It was thi- Le
gislature that appropriated 8i100) as a
gift to Mrs. Randolph. daurhter of
Thomas Jefferson. of Virginia. Col.
Griffin voted against the appropriation,
and thereby rendered himself very pop
ular in the County. and our impression k
is he was re-elected in 162 . O'Neail
and Moon voted for the appropriation.
and became for the time so unpopular
that, notwithstanding the fact that O'
Neall was Speaker of the Iiouse, and
the best Speaker that ever occupied the
position, both were defeated of a re- tt
election in the fall of 1828. O'Neail
was elected Judge the following De
cember by the Legisiature. d
Col. Griffin retired from polities early
in life. He was a man of considerable
wealth before the war, and lived a quiet
and useful life upon his plantation.
'Col. Griffin was for fifty years a con- E
sistent and honored member of Bash [
River (Baptist) Church. the oldest
church in New berry County. He join- n
ed this church the 12th of November, n
1831; on the 6th of August. 1841, he
was elected Clerk of the Church, and
this position he held continuously up to 2
Col. Griffin~was thrice married. His
first wife was Miss Agnes Young; his i
second Miss Elizabth Gary, a sister:of. C
the late Gen. Martin W. Gary; and his
third Mrs. Louisa Gary, widow of Mr.
Martin Gary, of Cokesburv, and sister ir
of Col. Jno. L Young, of Union. By
his first wife four children survive him
--Mrs. Mobley and Mrs. Orlando Shep
pard, of Edgefield, Dr. Wm. K. Griffin, U
of Greenville, and Mr. B. F. Griffin, ,Jr.,
of Newberry; and two by his second
Misses Effie and Lizzie. He has thir- S
teen children dead.
Col. Griffin was a truly good man.
In his own section of country, where he
was best and most intimately known, C
he was universally loved and respected. C
He was a neighbor alike to rich and
peer-;- hospitable, krnd and charitable. d
To the community in which he spent -s
his life and to the church to which he a
was so faithful and devoted, his death
-is . severe loss.
Funeral services will be held at the a
residence of the deceased this morn ing ti
at 10 o'clock ; after which the body will n
be buried at the family burying-ground,
near by. t
Smoke the "S. & N." Cigar-decided- s<
ly the best and ch'oicest be. Cigar sold
1t PELHIAM'S DRUG STORE. 0
KunkeP's Nightingale Minstrels play
ed in the Prytaneumi last night. b2
They will play again to-night. If a
you want to hear good music and a t<
bearty laugh go out and hear them. h
Tickets for sale at Schohz's.
500 bushels choice White Corn, and 1
200 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale. o1
41-tf T. Q. BOOZER. C
Dr. Fant has a most beautiful and va-.
ried assortment. of lamps that he is sell- v
ing at remarkably low figuries. The y
same style of lamps that sold a year ago y
at 8$36 a dozen by wholesale, he is now
selling at $2.50 each. Nothing is so
useful and oi-namental to a room as a
neat lamp; and while the price is so
low everybody should supply himself r
with what be needs in this line. Dr. ~
~Fant has a veryv large assortment. anid
can suit all in style and price. h
In Time. h2
_Those who have used Coussenis' Comi- I.
pound Honey of Tar, unqualifiedly as
sert that it is unequaled as a cure for b2
Coughs, Colds, and all diseases of the
Throat and. Lungs. It is, deservedly.
the most popular cough remedy in the
country, because it is never failing.
Price 50 cents a bottle. White's Cream (
White Vermifuge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelbam.1
NewberiR atflast has a restauramnt of (
which she mnay well be proud. We al- i
lude to that just opened by Mr. A. C. d
Jones, in rear of his variety store. It
is neatly fitted up with nice tables and
the very best table\ware, and the ar-ti--.
cles of food are prepared in first class y
style. He gets his oysters fresh from o
Stheir Norfolk bed, put up in small tini
cans, packed in ice, and kept in that a
condition until.they are eaten, and they
are the nicest, fattest oysters we ever
ate. If there be any doubters, all they t
have to do is to go there a-nd get a mess. e
Alandin Security Oit.
The safest and cheapest Burning Oil,
offered in Newberry at 35c. per gallon.
it PELHAM'S DRUG STORE. '
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
*The contents of the November num- a
ber are exceedingly interesting and en
tertaining, and afford much valuable
information. Mr. Ackrovdl's article
on 'The Photophone,' with its eleven ~
illustrations, 'Amy Robsart,' by N. ~
Robinson, 'The City of Rouen.' by ~
Professor Charles A. Joy, 'Charles XII. ~
of Sweden,' -Little Huskies: their ~
Homes and Ways,' by S. .J. Douglass, (
and 'American Beef' are- among the
prominent contributions, and are val
uable papers. In the department of ~
fiction are the conclusion ofBenedict's
serial' 'A Late Remorse,; a charming v
story by Jane G. Austin, 'The Coun
tess's Diamonds'; '11cr Secret,' by Wal- e
ter Edgar McCann; 'Jet,' 'Magn an
imity, 'Madge,' etc., etc. There are
:admirable sk.'tches. thrilling adven- t
tures. $omeW verv excellent poems, and e
a miiscel lany em bracing all sorts of a
subj'cts. enter: :ining and instructive.
The number contains 128 qumarto pages
100 illustrations and a beautiful colored (
frnipee TeAsasnuno m
Rofrotispiece 'ThpeiAssassivnatio cx- A y
Robsart.'e Fnd comapehenstives ex.lcif ~
iv etik niae.Tepieo
acolence anly2 chean,ths pnul it
is, we think, unrivaled. The price of
a mno la only 25 cents: annual sub- t
Jarious and al Abo.:r.
The Fair is over.
It w:as a very faiir :iil.Iir.
The we:iiher is pleLs:mit iy cool.
Cheap Job Printing t he i :A1.1
This !S - f,vora)it s(as)U tt 1uib.cribe
>r the llEtAw.
we ilari: r m fl JON NI'. 4 1 -tt.
T'i:m, V'ernt"r Eviction C'otupanv had a
.il! house nriday nigbi.
~ A !i'' e;~ ' ) t t t:; lt'. <<0,i(ir,
f it ;: f\. %7-0i
Do 'not forget that Job Printing of all
inds is done at this otliee.
( (o to 11. A. 31N for your P'.in
ar : r t 1 ;andy, N l: - d Fr'ts. : -t
The hotels and livery stables dil a
ood bU inl'ss diuring' Fair Week.
)u not fergetrt, good readter, when in
)wn to call and settle your arrears.
Dret;ses r now worn so short that
ie street crossings are seliom clean.
Come and get your Popular Monthly
lagazine at the IumtArD Book Store.
All parties indebted in any wise to
[. A. Burns will make immediate pay
ient. Oct. 19, 42-St.
There is a good deal of criminal busi
ess awaiting the Court of Sessions
500 bushels choice White Corn. and
30 bushels Red Seed Oats for sale.
41-tf T. Q. BOOZER.
Messrs. V. H. Lathrop and A. A.
illian have moved their families to
F, F)r a choice', ar..e variety of Chew
g am)i Smoking, Tobac:co, go to
t H. A. BURNS'.
Col. Holloway has received a great
any entries already for the State Fair;
ad every mail brings more.
- Go to H. A. BURNS' for IIorsford',
:a Foam. Sea Spray. Patapsco and Star
ills B:ing Powders. $7-tf
Mr. J. McD. Kinard, of Ninety-Six,
tried away $26 in premiums from our
ounty Fair-all taken on cattle.
The iI:I.. is not issued until Thurs
ay morning, according to the new
rhedule, so don't call for it on Tuesday
3 in the past.
There was a good deal of grumbling
t the award of premiums at the Coun
Fair. How foolish, eery one could
ot get a prize.
Hardware dealers might immortalize
jenmselves by presenting the editors of
iis paper each with a good pair of
:mssors. Oh! scissors.
If you want a~ good square meal of
ysters, with bread, butter, pickles, and
offee, and all for a song. go to A. C.
ones' restaurant, and you will get it.
Mr. Jno. WV. Reagin has rented the
rown cottage, near the railroad, from
Ir. WV. A. Cline, and will move to
>w soon for the purpose of educating
What is the difference between the
reacher, the buider and the architect
f a church? One is the rector, the
thjer is the erecter, and the other the
It was not Mrs. Partington, but ano
mer old lady of the same mental build,
rho said, the other evening, that she
rished the c:leium days of her youth
rould return. -
The Senior moved his seat from the
~aa who swallows red hot pokers be
ause it wvas too far. from the stage, and
at because 1e was afraid of that ac
A Legal conundrum-if distance
mnds enchantment to the view, and the
icw refuses to return it, What remedy
as distance? The court takes the pa
era, and reserves its decision.
Mr. James I. Fair's cotton in his gin
ouse caught on lire day before yester
ay while lie w as ginning, from a spark
omi the engine. The fire was extin
uished before doing much damage.
Mr. R. B. Holnsan, agent, received
~usday from the Peoples' Mutual Ins.
~o., of Atlanta, a chieck for $53.000 for
irs. Nance, to pay the policy on the
ife of her late husband, 31aj. Win. F.
The colored Baptists of the State held
,Convention at - the colored Baptist
Jhurch in Newvberry last week. A
arge crowd was in attendance. Sun
ay services were held in their Church
nd in the Court House.
Mr. Le Due's tea farm turns out to
e even a greater failure than was at
rst supposed. For the .$15,000 put in
o the venture, the Government has an
on safe which cost'840 and some no
ccount tea plants.
Laurens County contributed largely
o our County Fair, bocth of visitors and
xhibits. Several of her horses carried
if the blue ribbons; and some of -her
air maidens carried off the hear ts of
tumerous young Newberrians.
Messrs. Bryson and Nichols, of Lau
ens County, carr:ed away S25 in pre
[ums from our County Fair--all ta
:en on a p)air of horses, which they ex
libited in double harness, single har
tess and under saddle.
Col. Geo. Johnstone accompanied
kv. Hiagood i.o the Yorktown Centen-.
ial as a member of his staff, and also
o Charleston to take part in the recep
ion to Gav. Bigelow and the Connecti
ut Regiment. At the reception in the
harleston Academy of Music Monday
ol. Johnstone was one of the speakers
a behalf of South Carolina.
Col. Johinstone returned yesterday
ery much pleased with his tr:ip..
School Commissioner H. .5. Boozer,
wo was in New berry yesterday, re
orts that the people of Prosp)erity are
heerful, hopeful and happy, and -tiat
usiness is good. He states also t:hat
be farmers in that section are paymng
eir lions for guano and supplies i ith
omnmendable prompltness; as promptly
s last year, or any preceding year.
The Deputy Sheriif of A bbevilie
;onty was in Newberry Monday look
ag for certain witnesses in the Jeff Da
id case. which will be tried at Abbe
le next week. Jelf David is the old
egro that was convicted and sentenced
:)be hanged fo.r the murder of the
'ranklins: he was reprieved time after
were (1rvin b v in full speed when :1
i)ttlt- of whisk'v m:bld o;ut of their
;1:V. O- (o (!wm j)mp'd out :nd
r:inb:n- to s th batle. (h..o?o
nil w: i ting :;: fr')nt (t' the hotel
when the 1uranger .in! out: they
uic t o)rr t he bottle, atn( the Colonel
J ta(kied him fo)r :! u ri32hip)tion. The
stranger suhcribeti. pianked down the
mone., gt :n his .uglr;y an droveo oi.
I wi Open, on Tuetiy'. Oet. 1$th, at in
;rM - ~ibf lb ued .iriT; '9: 2!fle:' .a.
Ice tr."an S:;i m, a1 tir. e :t R wanZ:-ant.
wl: re I wi' w:rvE 'r . i. .
frin O.he mIlrmi( ig s ,:. P to
fromo 'de enh!t!e. soluird l b " I .I
aitr.eiated. A '. J.l4
(e'.. 1'd. k"Mi .4 -:f
Mr. E. W. Thomason has returned
to Newberry to stav.
Mr. Jno. T. Peterson le:-vs Alonday
for : trip to Aiama on utisiness.
Mr. S. 1D. Pt1lham. (f Henderson
Ville. N. C., was in town last week.
Master Jel' Foot left We<inesday for
Georgetown College, District of Colur
Geo. S. Mower. Eq.. has gone to the
Edgefield Court. lie expeets to return
Misses linuie and Parthenia Meetze,
of Charleston. are on :a visit to relatives
Mr. James A. Lathrop, for several
years a politeman in Newberry, is now
Chief of Police at Peakes Station.
Mr. W. C. Parker, tle truly genial
host of the Union Hotel, -v;.s in New
berry last week, looking remarkably
Rev. S. P. Hughes, of Newberry, S.
C., preached his farewell sermon Sun
(lay last. He left Monday for i.; home
at Midway, S. C., where he will remain
with his mother and relatives till the
10th or 15th of November, when he
leaves for his new field awaiting him
in Williamsport. Penn.
Mr. Samuel Sligh, formerly of this
County, now a citizen of Sumter Coun
ty, Florida, has been visiting his br<
ther, Rev. J. A. Sligh. Mr. Sligh has
one of the finest orange groves in Flori
da. that pays him very handsomely.
He has been offered $40,000 for his
grove. Mr. Sligh left for home Mon
day, accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. J.
A. Sligh. who go to spend a month
with him in the land of flowers.
Truth is Mighty.
If you would experience relief from
all annoyances arising from an inactive
Liver, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
stomach, etc., use Por taline, or Tabler's
Vegetable Liver Powder, a never fail
ing remedy for those disorders. It will
save an inealculable amount of suffer
ing. Price 50 cents. White's Cream
White Verumifuge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
i3y the Pinr., Qiart or Gallon. Also,
fresh Fish, at A. C. JONES'. 41--.
Do not fail to call on yor:r druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula
Star Corine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Ca!! on your druiggist before it is too
.ate and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
Syrup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
of Moore's Southern Business Universi
ty, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify that
I have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
in my family for se.veral years, and can
recommend it as an invaluable remedy
for Coughs. etc., and have found it su
perior to :mny other remedies that I have
tried. For sale by Dr. W. E. PEL
NE~wBERRY, S. C., Oct. 26d, 1881.
O'rrtlnarv........................ 8sa 9j
Good Ordinary.................... a 9N
Lowv 31iddling................ .... 91a10
M idling ........ .. .... .. . . .10 a10l
Good Sliddlng . ....... ...102 a10l
Newberry Prices Currenlt.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New... 6f a 7
Shoulders. Sugar Cured. 10
Sides, C. RI., New............ a 12
DRY SA LTED MEATS
Sides. C. R.. New............a 11
Sides, Long Clear............a 11
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
Leaf, in Tierces............ 15
Leaf., iu Bucke-........... 1S
Granulated Standard..... .. 12fa
Extra C.................... 11
CoflTu C................... 10
New Orleans........... ...... 0
New Orleans Syrup:..7
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. Si
ALLSPICE................ .... 25
Roasted or Parched...25
Best Rio............... 20a
Good Rio.............. 1620
.White wVine Vinegar.. 6
Bolted................. ... 1.20
SOAP.......................... 5a 10
STARCH+........................ 6a 12
STAR CANDLES............ .. 15
F LOUR, per bbl.,. . ..... .. .. ....0a1.00
PEARL'U OMINY. ................ ...4
CANDY ............. .. .......... 20
CONCENTRATED LYE....... .. . o
ENGLiSH SODA................. 10
HORSFOR D-S BAIKINGi 1OWDER 25
SEA FOAM uAKILNG POWDER... 35
A XLE G [ EASE..........-....1.0
TOBACCO....... ... . ... ....... ... . 0a 1.25
Na LS ti' kea.................... 4.50
ARtROW TiES,.per bunch...... 2 00
SI'LICED ARRtOW TIES.......12,
REEl CL.iJER SEED-)-per lb..,y
RED) OATS-per L.u...... ....... 75a 80
TD10THIY UAY........... 2 00
PlllMAN?OAUN lA hI,
iPry Goods and .'otions.
RAD FAL OPENI&!D
Consi:ting of -the fonwi:z goods :
toinestic Plaids and Stripes,
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. a. CLINE & CO.
sep. 21, .ss-tf
Pianos and Organs.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PROBATE COUR.
Te~ crers. ftheae P. Jhnce
reneitin the ed on otadh ind-esota
T881 J'tto. B.FL r S,s. ni ?. ac,
band 1i0,a 188. Na41-48itwhchn
Ntice isafeb gina Stthems e
the tweri:y-fourLh day o~ November, A. a
iSSI. *J. 3. FELLERS, s. ~. ~.
Oct. lo, iSbi. 41-4c
Notice of ~ina1 - Settlement.