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Special and Local.
TRURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1881.
IND>X TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Mattie Crosson-To Rent.
Fant's Drug Store-Bluestone.
Wannamaker & Brown-Clothing.
Thos. H. Adams-Administrator's Sale.
Pelham's Drug Store-The Secret of Busi
John M. Johnstone and Alan Johnstone
Petition for Final Settlement and for Final
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives.................12 55 P M
Up mail c)oses at..........12 25 PM
Down Train arrives ........... 3 51 P M
Down mail closes at.............. 3 256P M
Laurens Train arrives. ..........11 30 A bu
Laurens Train leaves... ........ 3 55 P M
Laurens mail closes at..... ... .3 25 P 1
Offlce hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
Newberry, S. C,, May 16, 1881.
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spet and notices of meetings, as uoell as
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is $2.00for te monaths, $1.00 for six
noiths, 50 cents for lhree months and
25 cents for one month, i advance.
Warmes in future will not be pleced on
the subsription books until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
g" All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance.
This paper may be found on Ale at Geo. Y.
'owen & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bn
rean (10.Spruce St.,) where advertising con
tr&et may be made for itin New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Aa infant child of Col. D. A. Dickers
died the night of the 2nd instant.
The Newberr N9ews.
Beginning with its next issue, will he
pablished every Saturday morning.
R. H. GR EEER, Jr.,
Ed. and Pub.
Teliing a Secret.
An important secret is told in this
wee's - paper, and being thus made
publice'very man, woman-anid child in
NJewberry County will be in possession
of it before to-morrow night. We ad
vise each one to make good use of it.
and in the first place to go to Dr. WV.
E. Peiham for information, as he alone
can satisfyv you. Read, too, his enume
ration of some of the many articles he
offers for sale.
The State Fair
Opened Tuesday, 8th. The attend
anee is larger. than usual, and the en
hiibits are numerous and of a superior
quality, especially in the stock depaurt
mnent. The Fair continues through to
day and to-morrow. To-night the
grand pageant and street parade comes
off. The trains from the op-country
-have been crowded since Monday. The
special train from Newberry yesterday
carried down and brought back a good
ly numzber, ad many will go down
this morning on the special train,
'which leaves at 8.31.
Stewed, Fied and Raw, at JONES' after
Mr. Geo. Susong, of Tennessee, is in
Miss Katie Parker. of Union, is in
town, the guest of Miss Julia Hunter.
Mr. M. B. Kelly has been in Colum
bia some time assisting Secretary Hollo
way at the State Fair.
Rev. Leonidas K. Wlasgow, of North
Carolina, was in town Sunday and.
Dr. Sampson Pope, who moved from
Newberry to Texas four yes ago, is
on a visit to his old henme and friends.
He is looking well. He will remain in
Newberry only a few days.
L.aw and Facts.
At the trial of Seaborn Suber for muir
*der the testimony for tho State showed
that Seaborn bad heat his daughter
7wnmercifully. Dr. Folk testified that
.there was not a space the width of a
dinger from her heels to her head that
was not cut and bruised= by the beating
lhe' gave her. He further teslafed, that
-after matking t.he postmortem examman
ition be bad not a particle of doubt that
tbhe girl died of the beating. The de
fense put. up Dr. Clark, who testified,
that from his examination at the post
mortem he was satisfied the girl died of
pneumonia. As soon as Dr. Clark gave
his testimony the presiding Judge or
dered the jury to bring in a verdict of
not guilty, saying that the testimony of
Dr. Clark necessarily raised in the
minds of the jury such a doubt as would
compel them to acquit.
Sober would, very probably, but not
certainly, have been acquitted by the
jury had the question of his -guilt or
.innocence been left to them; but it is
impossible to say what effect the testi
.mnony had on their minds.
.Week of Prayer.
Th'e Young Men's Christian Associa
tion of Newberry, in common with the
Associations throughout the world, will
observe next week as a week of prayer.
The meetings will be as follows:
Sunday, Nov. 13, 9 1-2 A. M., a
meeting will be held at the rooms of
the Y. M. C. A. Subet-Pray for the
Holy Spirit. Leader, Rev. Luther
Sunday, Nov. 13. 7 1-2 P. M., at the
Methodist Church. Subject-Lifted up
to Save. Leaders, The Pastors of the
Monday, 7 1-2 P. M., at Y. M. C. A.
;rooms. Subject-An impossible ser
vice. Leaders, W. W. Hodges, R. Y.
Tuesday. 7 1-2 P. M., at same place.
Subject-Pride a hindrance to blessing.
Leaders, J. W. Chapman, G. G. Sale.
No meeting Wednesday evening.
Thursday, 7 1-2 P. MA. Subject-Op-.
+oit .characters nakingoppnrsite
Almost Young Again.
My mother was afflicted a long time
with Neuralgia and a dull, heavy in
active condition of the whole system;
headache, nervous prostration. and was
almost helpless. No physicians or
medicines did her any good. Three
months ago she began to use Hop Bit
ters, with such good effect that she
seems and feels young again, although
over 70 years old. We think there is
no other medicine fit to use in the fam
ily. A lady in Providenee, R. I.
g' If you want a good Cigar, call on
H. A. BURNS. 87-tf
The ThornwelI Orphanage.
The Sixth Annual Report of the
Thorn well Orphanage has been issued.
The endowment fund has been increas
ed during the past year $1,644.96-one
lady, 1,rs. McCormick, of Chicago, Ill.,
gave $1,000. The fund is now $4,425.
Only the interest on this fund is used,
the+ Orphanage being supported by vol
untary contributions and the work of
the children. There is no idleness in
the institution ; several of the boys are
engaged in printing, others on the Or
phanage farm of 100 acres; and the
girls do the household work. The edu
cation and moral training of the chil
dren receive careful attention.
Faith Cottage, a building for the
boys, and wortb $2,000, has been com
pleted; and the Superintendent e;pects
to complete another building, to be
known as the Orphans' Seminary, the
eoniug year at a cost of $2,500.
The Thornwell Orphanage is doing a
good work, and deserves all the aid
and encouragement that a Christian
people can bestow upon it. The Or
phanage is located at Clinton, Laurens
County, and is under the direction and
supervision of Rev. W. P. Jacobs.
I will open on Tuesday, Oct. 18th, 4t ny
store, in room used during the Summer as
Ice Greai Saloon, a first class Restaurant,
where I will serve fresh Fish and Oysters
in t.e most tenping style. Patronage
from the pu; p solicited and will be h'ighly
appreciated. ' A. C. JO ES.
Oct. 12, 1881. .1-tf
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
The December number of this favo
rite periodical a ppears with the popular
divine, T. De Wit Talmage, 1). 1).,
a,s Editor, and extremely good as it has
hitivi b.een, it has acquired increased
brilliancy fromc his connection with it.
In his characteristic initiai a:dre, 'To
the People,' ,he says:
'We promise nothing, except to trust
in God and do our level best. Our re
ligIn is sunshine, and the difference
between earth and heaven is that the
sunshine of earth sometimes gets be
clouded, but.heaven is everlasting syn
shine. We mean to cultivate the larg
est catholicityV. We want in our Mag
azine to belp make Sunday the bright
est, and most enteiFlaipg, and the hap
piest day of .the week. We believe
there is no other Sund.ay Magazine in
Ameres. So the field is clear. We
propose beginning .,in our next a series
of articles on 'People We Have Met,'
and will, before we get through, set
forth some of our contemporaries-of the
pulpit and the press. They have often
given their ideas of us. We will give
our ideas of them.' - The leading ar
ticle of the number is entitled, 'The
(Christian Statsmnan, James A. Gar
feld,' by the Editor, which is replete
with interesting reminis.cpees, an.d is
finely illustrated. .Amnong o,ther par
tiiularly noteworthy illustrated arti
cl.. *i -Maita,' 'Reminiscences of
an Old New Yorker,' 'Religious Dis
sent in Russia.' ~'The Prince Impe
rial Memorial,' 'A Missionay Emran
eiator, etc., etc. The interestingc
story, 'May Cunningham's Trial,' is
continued, and there are several
short stories, sketchecs, essay s, etc.,
y Elesaor Kirk, Augusta Browne
Garrett, Rev. bir. Deems, Rev. J. H.
Waterbury, etc., eto. Thie pocips pos
sess great merit, and the miscellariy is
abundant, enten.aining and instructive.
The price of a single copy is 25eents;
the annual subscrition $3; six months,
$1 .50; four months $1; sent post-paid.
Address, Frank Leslie, Publisher, 53,
55 and 57 Panrk Plae, New York.
WADLEY, EMANUEL CO., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
eral Assemubly this summer, I tried your
Star Curine op my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
ceived during the late war. After hav
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
to say that it is a success, for I have had
experience with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
until I used your Star Curine, which has
cured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
you success, I amt yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. WV. E. PELHAM. 50-1y
W Go to H. A1. Z$UTINS' for Potatoes
and Onions. -t
Ag The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
TIIO3IPsoN, Dentist, opposite Herald ofie
g' Go to H. A. BURNS' for your L-un
ds Soap, St.arcb and blueiDg. 37-rf
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.7
Kendali's Treitise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
HERA LD~BooI~ Store, priee onlly 25 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This boolf tells yon what to do for your
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. (Get a
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALD BOOK~ STORE.
The Columbia RIegister will be club
bed with the HERALD as follows:- Wee/k
ly Register and HERALD $3.50, i
weekly Register and HERALD $5, Daily
Register and HERALD S8.75.
The Weekly Yeornw' and HERAD at
Smith's Scrofula Syrup and Star Cu.
rine are purely vegetable. Why will
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
two 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 had been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Cheney, about two years ago, prescribed
for him his Croup Preventive, whbich has
umos mniulol cnred him. I find it
BLIE NTOI E!
PEL1M'S DRUG STORE.
There was a large crowd in town
Sale-day, drawn hither by the Court
and by the land sales.
The following lands of the estate of
M. F. Workman, deceased. were sold
by the heirs: The Smith Place, 218
acres, to Henry 0. Henson, at $1,300;
the Rod Mill Place, 83 1-5 acres, to
James J. Reeder, at $400; the Moats
and Gary tract, 281 1-2 acres, to An
drew Nichols, at $610.
The Probate Judge made the follow
in. sales: In the case of Thos. F. Har
mon, Adm'r., vs. Sallie M. Goree and
others, 250 acres, of the estate of Jno.
M. Harmon, dec'd., to Mrs. Mary E.
Harmon, at $2,000; in the case of Ella
C. Chappell vs. Robt. E. Williams and
others, 450 acres, of the estate of Thos.
11. Chappell, dec'd., to Mrs. Mattie A.
Chappell, at $3,600.
The Master made the following sales:
In the case of Margaret Spearman vs.
C. D. Spearman, 240 acres, to J. W.
Payne, at $3,800. In the case of Thos.
T. Moore, Adm'r., vs. E. P. Lake and
others, he sold six lots: Lot No. 1, on
which is a 2-story dwelling, 12 4-5
acres, to C. L. Havird, at $1.050; Lot
No. 2. 2 acres, to Mrs. M. E. Harmon,
at $365; Lot No. 3, 8 acres, to Dr.
Jaines McIntosh, at $400; Lot No. 4,
5 3-4 acres, to Mrs. Marietta Davis, at
$130; Lot No. 5, 7 12-100 acres, to
Mrs. M. E. Harn on, at $180; Lot No,
6. 9 14-100 acres, to C. L.' Havird, at
The Master also sold an engine in the
case of Keitt vs. Counts, to Col. Keitt,
Truth is Mighty.
If yon wQuld experier.ce relief frotp
all annoyances arisiig from an inactive
Liver, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
stomach, etc., use Poitaline, or Tabler's
Vegetable Liver Powder, a never fail
ing remedy for those disorders. It will
save an r.cIealable amount of suffer
ing. 'Price 50 cents. White's Cream
White Vermifuge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
Buy Cagged geds .
Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Tobaccg,
from JONES. 41-if.
Ou)ir potice of Court last week closed
with Wednesday pight. .Up to that
time there had been the following con
victions: Cornelius Gallman, stealing
grain from the field ; David McMorries,
assault and battery ; Green Chandler,
carrying concealed weapon; Luther
Johnson, housebreaking in the day
time, two cases; and Myra Davis, lar
ceny from the person.
The following cases have since been
disposed of :
Andrew Finney-burglary and larce
Randolph Jefferson-malicioggly out
ting trees on lanids of"arfother; not
Raindolph Jefferson-entering upon
lands after notice forbidding the same;
guilty-reaprpypended to mercy.
Joseph Wilhams--mahiously' woun
ing ahorse; guilty.
. Clar3 Gilliam,. Sallie Gilliam, Mar
cellus Gilliam and Charlotte Cannon
riot,and assault. and battery; 7nol pros'dl
oh payment of costs.
Robert Porteifield, Ella Robertson,
JingaRobiertsog and ~apriet Porterlield
-grand larceny; Rbert Piorterield
was tried separately and found not
guilty, and the case was then nol pros'd
as8 to- the others.
Seatborn Suber-murder; not goilty.
Wyatt Hollin-carrying concealed
weaipon; pgl pros'd on payment of costs
and $10 fine f,o the Coun ty.
Job Johnston-assaul 'with intent to
kill and assault and battery; n'ol pros'd
oh payment of costs.
Moses Burton, Gabe Long and Henry
Shell-malicious injury to a mule;
guity-Jang apd Shell not appearin.g
at benchli farrapit gva isygpd for th0ir
Robert Martin-burglary and larce
ny; not arrested. -
Green Owens-murder; not arrested
-bench warrant issued.
Milton Oxner-murder; not arrested
-bench warrant issued.
Jack Thompson and Charlotte Nel
son-adultery; no bill.
Sagp'l F. Epps and W. H. Ramseur
forcible entr9 and detainer; no bill.
Nathan Caldw eli-perjury; no bill.
Robert Martin-burglary and larce
ny; continued-not arrested.
Thomas Titus-obtaining goods un
der false pretenses; continued.
Willie Ruff'-rape. and assault with
intept tp ravish; guilty of assault with
intent to ravish.
Jeff Walker-stealing from the field ;
Nelson Floyd-perjury; guilty
Minerva Cannon-perjury ; guilty.
Warren Cannon-stealing from the
Jack~ TI;ornpson-assault with intent
to kill; contirned.
It being apparent that very little
business on the civil side requiring a
jury could be tried this week the jurors
were discharged yesterday evening
from further attendance, and the re
maining, time will be taken up with
passing orders and considering reports
from the Master.
Trhe persons convicted during the
term will be brought into Court and
sentenced this morning at 10 o'clock.
By the Pint, Quart or Gallon. Also,
fresh Fish, at A. C. JONE~S'. 41-tf.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
for a bottle of that pure, sweet and de
licious bl>od puritier, Smith's Scrofula
Star Curine cures all chronic Sores
and is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on your druggist before it is too
-ate and get a bottle of Smith's Scrofula
Srup and Star Curine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
of Moors Sonnthern Business Universi
Various and all About.
And so does the weather.
Fine frost on Friday morning.
* The finest Crackers, plain and sweet,
at Hi A. BURNS'. :li-tf
The public schools will open the 21st
t Smoke S. & N. at Pelham's Drug
The grand parade takes place in Col
gr Buy the best Smoking Cigars on
the market from JONES. 41-tf.
The jurors have bad a hard time of
it for the past nine days.
Mr. J. E. Chapman has a daughter
very ill with typhoid fever.
The farmers.have been busy 'for the
past ten days putting in grain.
Miss Katie Belle White and Willie,
her brother, are both quite sick.
Our farmers are looking more cheer
ful than they did some time ago.
LVr A fine selection of Canned Goods,
at H. A. BURNS'. 87-tt
Mr. Johnstone has been very success
ful as Solicitor during the term.
Newberry County makes a large fall
contribution to the State Penitentiary.
A number of citizens from Newberry
are in attendance at the State Fair.
The amount of hay cut and cured in
this Coputy is larger than ever before.
W? Go to H. A. BuRNS for your Plaig
and French Candy, Nuts and Fruits. 37-tf
For all kinds of Stationery the public
are invited to the HERALD Book Store.
If the corn husks are very thick the
winter will be colder than the summer.
If the corn husks are very thin the
summer will be warmer than the win
If the corn husks are neither too thin
nor too thick the summer will be warm,
and the winter will be cold,
r For a choice, large variety of Chew
ing and Smoking Tobacco, go to
3-tf h. A. BU4NS'..
Dr. J. W. Tribble made twenty-one
bales of -cotton this year with two
The Columbia & Greenville Rail
Road owns $300,000 in Confederate
The first real healthy frost of the sea
son appeared the morning of the 4th
gg'Go to H. A. BURNS' for some of
those flue new Family Mackerel, heads and
tals off'. 37i-tf
Christmnas goods are italsing their
ap'pda-ai,c6 already ini several'sho@
Mr. Cline thinks the Hall of the Op
era House will be ready for use in about
W Go to H. A. BURNS' for Hlorsford's,
Sea Foam, S.e Syray, Paapco andt Star
Mills B3aking Powders.37t
-A gentleman expressed $87,000 in
Confederate Bonds from Newberry
Wednesday, the 2od1 .
The Council has done the .proper
thing in cutting down the trees along
side the Opera House.
Mr. Pool is having his stables, rented
to Messrs. Christian & Smith, thorough
ly oveihauled and rE'paired.' ^
gg Go to H. A. BURNS' for a choice
lot of Pipes and Smokers' Articles, espe
eially the Shuck-mouth Cigarettes. 37-if
Some-of our busiess men hiyeefoung
out that they can get their job printing
done at this office.
Many others who are not enlightened
on this subject are invited to call, see
specimens, and ascertain prices.
Thos. M. Lake batgenu rssquisd his
profession of"Surveying, and will at
tend to any calls made upon him. 2t
What a world of trouble might have
been averted had Adam said, when
tempted to bite the apple-"Hardly
The Gecorge Eiunkel Niastrel Troupe
disbanded at Rdleigh last week. WE
are glad they did not disband in' Neiv
The Columbia Teonw.j says, "Mr.
P. H. Koon, of New berry, has a hog at
the Fair Grounds which weighs 800)
The fruit tres 4ge1ts are arriving
with their trees. A large ntumber of
orders were taken from this County the
It is but- reasonable to ask our ex
changes to credit the news items they
clip from the HER~ALD. Rarely do they
To-day is the last day for psying
taxes. From present appearances,
there is going to be an unusual number
Our Doctors have had but little rest
lately, there has been so muoh sickness.
Now that frost has fallen it is hoped it
will be b;ealthier.
We 'understand that Mr. Jno. M.
Livingston and Mr. Chesley D., Spear
man will move to town soon in ordler
to be near the schools.
Thanks to W. N. Taft, Postmaster of
Charleston, for his Handy-Book of the
postal Seryice, a very full and conven
ient bopJa of reference.
The right kind of a boy, with a pea
shooter, can take a man's mind off his
business troubles and politics quicker
than anything else in this bleak, cold
Our proposition to move the Court
House to a more suitable locality meets
with the approval of many influential
citizens. Let the County Commiss~ion
ers consider it.
We invite the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of the Buckeye
M'f'g Co., Marion, Ohio, in another col
umn. They offer rare inducements to
earn an honest living. 2846m.
Mr. J. Belton Werts has brought to
this office a sample of his turnips and
potatoes, which are the finest we have
yet seen; they beat anything exhibited
at the County Fair. Thanks to Mr.
Werts for a fine mess.
The Ladies' Missionary Meeting in
the Methodist Church last Friday was
only attended by eight. It is supposed
that a slight change in the temperature
ha something tn do wa:h this. and not
The following were delegates from
this County to the Presbyterian Synod
of South Carolina, which met in Col
ambia last week : Revs. R. A. Fair au'
T. C. Ligon, and Elders L. M. Speers,
H. D. Boozer, J. O. Turnipseed and J.
"I hear her when the merry birds
Salute the coming dawn;
I hear her when the twi,ight shadows
Gather on the lawn.
I hear the sound of household words
Make music in .he room,
The while she comt' her hu,hand
With the bald eni of the broom."
Our Civil Docket str,inds thus:
Calendar 1, - - - 88 cases.
" 2, - - - 12:,
" - - - 19 -
" 5, - - - 41 '
" 6. - - - 21 "
Many of the-e -:res we old enough
to vote; and some nearly old enough io
be exempt from poll tax and road duty.
A correspondent of the Columbia
Register from Lexington says: "We re
gret to chronicle the demise of our
young friend G. D. Halliwanger. Esq..
by a fatal accidemt whicb is reported to
have occurred on the Baltimore & Ohio
Friends of Mr. Haitiwanger in New
berry think there must he some mistake.
as they have heard nothing of his death.
According to the Ceuns Reports 57,
447 acres wuere planted in cotton in
Newberrv County in 1880, and the yield
was 24.115 bales-an average of one
bale to 2 4-10 acres. Only four Coun
ties in the State exceeded this average:
Georgetown, which pianted only 362
a,res, and lorry,. which planted only
1,773; these two Counties cannot be
called cotton Counties. Marlboro' with
41.251 acres in cotton made 23,785
bales-1 bale to 1 7-10 acres; and Ma
rion with 45.520 acres pianted made
21,748 bales-1 hale to 2 1-10 acres.
Those who have used Couisens' Com..
poupd $oney of Tar, unqualifie4ly as
sert that it is nneqnaled as a cure for
Coughs,- Colds, and all diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. It is, deservedly,
the most popular cough remedy in tly
ouutry, because it is never failitlg.
Price 50 cents a bottle. White's Cream
White Vermifuge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
Buy Choice Fruits
Of all kinds from JONES. 41-tf.
Flashes of Fashion.
We are indebted to Messrs. Ehrich Bios.,
of New York, for the lollowin' notes on
the fashions for the coming winter season,
extracted from advance sheets of their
magazine, the Fashion Quarterly. T~he
oliday number of this popular ladiesi
ournal is to be issued very abortly, and
pronuses to be the bes;. that appeared for
some' time.' I wit! contain, besides the
usual notice of the winter fashions, an uin
usually full account of all the latest novel
ties, in the way of Christmas presentls for
old and young. .Most or our readers leiow
thg Fa8hion Nuarterly of old, an4 haye
learn'ed its value as a gu'de in all that ap
pertains to "shopping." To those to whom
it is stil[- a stranger we would simply say
that it is the best and mXost authoritative
purcaser's manual published, and is likely~
to be of special use at this season, when all
the world is beginning to think of the
genial Christma~s time, 'and want to know'
what they shall give, where they can get it,
and how much, i.hey ought properly to pay
for it. Thfepubishe~rs are Ehrieb Bros., of
Eighth Avenue, Niw York, an 4 the price
is only #fty cents per yyar of four nium
Pale blondes cannot wear gray.
Linen cuffs are things of the past.
Jet bangles rernain in high fahihon.
Puffs in the arm-hole are occassionally
Very long pile plush is much useJtin
Feather turbans are revived to a lim
Derby felts bid fair to remain. a permna
-New Derbies have low crowns and no
roll to the brim.
Untrimimed striped skirts will continue
to be much worn.
All sorts cQf Rhine crystal oraurgiIenlts are
in high favor.
Ombre (shad.ed) stockings come in all
te new colors.
Hunting jackets in: xew forms con
tinue to be fashionaLble.
The hair is dressed close, flat, and with
very lit,tle tiuffiness.
Wreaths of roses and other flowers are
revived for ball coiffures.
Spanish lace, both black anid white, is as
much the rage as ever.
Cuffs are mnade very deep, reaching
sometimes almost to the elbow.
All kinds of laces are fashionable, but
Spanish lace takes the leati.
No actual Fanchioni bonnets have as yet
appeared amoug new shapes.
Yokes and collarsi siimlatiug yokes ap
pear on many imported costumes.
Granite c!oth is one of the hondsomest
fabrics shown for suitiif s.
Coronet bands and combs set with Rhine
crystal will be much worn.
Floral garW..res and liadeim wreaths
are in demand for ball toilets.
Many large pokes are trimmed with a
wreath of flowers within the tarim.
Cheviots in the new heather mixtures
are seen both bordered and plain.
Velvet, plush and fur bands will all be
used for triminig midwinter suits.
The majority of honnets have very wide
strings, but sonme hatve narrow ones.
In mercantile invoices, all large bonnets
are classed as pokets, small ones cottages.
Moire will be much used in combination
with cashmere and other woolen stuffst.
Cashmeres and chieviots continue to be
the leading fabrics for ordinary wear.
Among new watch trinkets and ebarms,
the wishbone in gold and silver is seen.
The Jersey is now used for fatigue cos
tumes in the country or onl long journeyvs.
Bangle ring have pendants in the form
f pad locks, horseshoes, bells and balls.
Loose twistod chamois 'eather and un
drssed kid gioves are as miuch worn as
Copper and brickdust shmades are growing
deeper and darker as the season advaneeE.
Derby felts, under new names and only
slightly different forms, will again be
Paed or poi.ted -nndics, with gathered
Even when new skii.S are :ound and
l.: e *>-o pi:e. are ex
Fl>,t ee li,, eithet of real or ar
iifici. "o w : , A!r e con.iig li, ugi. fuor
heavy douule i>os-plaited ruchings alorn
the in>ttoil of the skirt of many L.:ndsoie
Rhine cvtal ornaments are now inadt,
so very fine a! to simulate diamonds won
Oinbre de lia:inah is a newt cloth 14or la
dies' snits. it coies with at wide tatnev
border for trinming.
Latrge collars are worn by children, girls
ill !Icir eens, young ladies, matrons an,d
Red paper iishe with tlu,; eIes art- thr
latest novelty in Japanese hanging orna
meats for roomls.
Striped novelty fabrics with shot threads
of gold in hair 'iites are much used in
Pretty fancy aprons are u:sle of silk,
satin and u,oire with t.rimruiltgs ot lace and
Broad Byrou coilar, iriinied with Tunis
lace laid on over the linen to look iike ec,
broidery, : re worn.
All sort.s Of reit, Puush, aid iutry beaver
hats and bonnets will he worn, but pokes
are the first;. iavor;;es
One of the most -I'ective stripes in new
colors is of orange with hwii lint-s of gold
and edged with black.
Jackets are giving place to long dol
itt$, 1 ,ench peli.sse, eii Cc anid Pouapa
dour or Mother Hgbbard aloa.s.
Moire and Surah are frequenty combined
in the same suit with one or more ma
terials, and L iunltnings besides.
Peudant pockets of wbite satin arid moire
trimmed with Spanish iec" make - pretty_
additions to evening demi-toilets.
The rage for Japttuese .rn..rments of all
kinds for tootm,, halls, pailors, chauber"s
and loudoirs is on the iucrease.
Camel's hair cloth, serges and a new
light cloth; called Rhadames. are the lead
ig woolen dress goods of ._he.,easpn.
The two most charmigg mixt.ures in
heather ta;e the t;alle of heather in sun1
s1iiie and 4eather in bhsde.
Silver gray silk t.inmed with silver moire
and steei and silver bead embroideries, is a
muclh admired combination.
Feathers of all kinds, from whole and
half birds, heads and wings, to ostrich
plumes and tips are extremely fashimnable.
T'he gre... s- r'i: ity of DR.
.I,]U S ('.1iS Sf TU over
d:ie ii:r c;t h::Itele is attested
Croup, Ashma eBron
* .LV t go Cough, Cplen,
.a a nd for thierehef o,f
-.nu h-eper ons in advanced
sres c-f t!ie D)isease. ?For Sale
., -4 nm'igists.-Price, 25 cents.
"P.etson is aonstantly improving.'--Elmira
(N. Y.) Husbandman
Lr Q EEA S T ANI L E ST ! 4n
Splendid Premiums for Getting up Clubs:
Large-Size Steel En'raving. Haudsome Photo
graph Album. 'hira Copy for 1832.
FULL-SIZE PAPER PATTERTS !
try A SU7?ELEME2tT will be given ir. eveiy
number for 1882, colitairdng a fnil-size pattern
for a lady's, or child's dress. Every subscriber
will reheive, a'lring' the year, twelve of the-se
patterns, worth more. alone, tnan the subscrip
tion price. .43lJ
PEEsoNs MAGAZ IE~ is the best and ches
est of the lady's books It gives more for the
money and combInes greater me-its, tharn any
oher. In shIcrt it has thb
BEST STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
BEST COLoRED FASHoNS..
BEST DRESS PATrERNS~
BEST WoRK-TABLE PATTERNS,
BEST ORIGINAL SToRIES,
BEST MUSIC, Etc., Etc.
its immense circulation and long established
reputation enable its proprietor to distance all
competitors. In 1882. it wi!! coutain a brillijant
SPLENDIDLY iLLUSTRATED ARTICLES.
The stories, novelets, &c., in "Peterson" a re
adlitted to be the~ bes: published. All the most
poular female writers coatribute to i?. 1i
1 8. about 100 original stories will be given,
and in addition Six COrYRIGn-r NoVELETS, by
Ann S. Stephens, Frank Lee I;enetiirt. .Jaae Gi.
Austin. Marietta Hlolley, Lucy ii. Hooper. and
Mrs. E. L. Cuashing. The
COLORED STEEL F&SHION PLATES
In "Peterson" are ahlead qif all others. These
plates are engrayed on steel, TwloE THE UtIUAL
BZE, and are uneq}ualed for beauty. Th'ley will
be superbly colored. Also, Household Cookery,
and other receipts; articles on Art E.mbroidery,
Flower Culture, House Decoraion-in short er,.
erything interesting to ladies.
TEaxs (Always in Advance) 82.00 A YzA.aa
av Unparalleled Offers to Clubs. -t
2 Copies for 3.50; 3 Copies for 84 54); With a
costly steel engraving, "lrUsa! 1)o3'T WAKEs
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fr gsttinig up the Club.
4 Copies for $.50; 6 Copies for $9.00 ; with
an extra copy of the Magazine for 1882, as a
premium, to the person getting up the Club.
5 Copies for 8..00; 7 Copies for $1o.50: with
both an extra cop.y of the Magazine for 1882,
and the large ateel engravirng, or Photograph
Album. to the person getang up the Club.
For Larger Clubs Stiia Oreater Inducements!
UH AiRLEs J. PE fERSON,
S.;6 Chestnut St.. Phtiladelphia, Pa.
a7 Specimens sent gratis, if written for, to
get up clubs with. oct. 12, 41-tf.
ROUND TRIP RATES
At Atlanta, Ga.
Opning 6th Oct., and Glosing 31st Dec.,18Mt.
Visitors to the Exposition can obtain, on
any day du-inig its existence, round-trip
tickets fromi the principal Stations ont the
lines comprising the Associated Railways
01 Virginia and the Carolinas, at rates ap
proimating FOUR CENTS per mile for
Tickets good for 6 days on the Columbia
& Greenmill and A tlanta & Charlotte Air
NEWBERRY, S. C., NoV. 9, 1881.
Ordinary...... ......... .. S& 9;
Good Ordinary..................... a 91
Low Middiing ...................... 93a10
Middiing ........................10 a10;
Good Middling............ . . .101a101
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New... 6, a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured.... 9
Sides, C. R., New............ .n 111
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a 11
Sides. Long Clear........... a 11
Uncanvassed Hams. .....
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
Leat, in Tierces.............. 15
Leaf. i Buckets............. 18
Granulated Standard..... .. 121a
Extra C..................... 11
Coffee C....................... 10
New Orleans................... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans-Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses.. .... 6i
Sugar House Molasses. 3T
Gunpow der............... 1.50
Young Hyson................... 1.50
ALLSPICE........... ........ 25
- Roa:ted cr Parohed...,.. 25
Best Rio ................... 2ua
Good Rio................. 16a20
Cider Vinegar........ 50
White Wine Vinegar.. 5
Tennessee .................. 1.20
Bolted................. ... 120
Unbolted................. .0 '
SOAP.......................... oa 10
ST4 C$ ........................... 6a 12
FLOUR, per bl.............. 8.0031.00
PEARL IQJUNY.................. 4
CANDY.. ............ 20
CONCENTRATED LYE........ .. .10
ENGLISH SOIA. ................ 10 -
HORSFORD'S BAKNG POWDER 25
SEA FGAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE................... 10
TOBACCO. .............. 60s I1
NAILS (10) kez.... ................ 4.50
ARROW TIES. ver bunch...-........ 2 00
SPLICED ARROW frES.:.-...... 125
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....... 20
RED OATS-per 1u................ 76a 80
TIMOTHY HAY................... 2 00
Notice of Final Settlement
I will make a final settleieut on the es
tate of'Samuel Schumpert; deceased, in the
Probate Court for Newberry County, on
the 28th day of November next, at 10
o'clock in the forencon ; and immediately
thereafter will apply for a final diseharge
as Administrator of said estate.
PETlER i. 2CHUMPERT, Adm'r.
Oct. 27, 3881. 43-4t
Containing an "Index of Diseases," which
ives the symptoms, cause, am% the best
~reatmen.t of ea.cn ; a cable giving all the
principal drugs used for the horse, with the
ordinary dose, effects, and -antidote when a
posn;a table with .an engraving sof .te
horse's teeth at dif&rent ages, with rules
for telling t'se age oflAhe horse ; and other
valugble, miormatioin Call and get a copy.
1IERALD~ BOOK STORE.
A ug. 18, ST-tf.
egInl of the Sky."
TH.E GLOBE HOTEL,
IIENDJERSO0VILLE, N. C.
0. C. EffuSE,_Preprietor.
ALTITUDE 2 EliT
Every ag'etiOu permised, and satisfac
Try the~ Grlobe.
Jun. 29, 26-tf.
TUE PENN ING~TON DOUSE,
(Forwner1y the Mansion House,)
JOlHN M. PENNI1NGTON, Proprietor.
This popular and conveniently located
house has been opened.by the presen.t Pro
prietor, who will spare no pains to make
his guests comfortable. ' With rooms large,
airy, cleaa and well furnished, a table~ pup
plied with the best that can be had. polite
and ready attention on the part of his,set
van ts, he feels assured of giving satisfaction.
Terms, $1 per Day; $12.50 per Xontit.
.June 22, 25 -tf.
FA8HI0NBLE BAItB B f,
SHOP NEXT DOOR NORTH of POST OFFICE
A clean shave, a neat cut, and polita~ at.
tention gu,aranteed1. May 3. 18-tf.
IN NEWBERRY HOTEL
Being desirous of giving general satisfac
ton, I have spared no pains to make my
shop comfortable and agreeable to all w' >
visit tnte. I will still conduct the business,
and solicit plain and fashioaable work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. I thank my numer
ous patrons for their generous support mn
the past. Sep. 22. .39-tf.
RAD IJETMIL HOTBL,
(Formerly the Wheeler House,)
CO~LUMBIA,. S. C.
R~FlURNISn.ED AND REFITTED.
TERMS, $2,00 TO 53.00 PER DAY.
JOIIN T. WILLEY, Propriet'r.
Nob. '10, 4.i-tf
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This new and elegant House, with all
modern improvements, is now open for the
reception of guests.
S. L. WRIGHT & SON,
Mar. 19, 12-tf Pro rietors.
Any Book or Article
1,. *1mm ~fatbbnDrV 111flA
Dry Goods and .Aotions.
&II FALL OPlIE
B. H. CLINE & cUg
Consisting of the folowing goods :
Doniestic Plaids and Stripes,
SILK AND. SATINS.
BLEACHED AND BROWN
Sheetings and Shirtings,
Red and White Flannels,
Velveteens and Silk Velvet,
Ladies' Silk Handkerekiefs,
- Ladles' Silk Ties,
Ladies' Misses' ani~ Childr ns
Polite and courteous a"ention.givef to.
every visitar> whether purchaser or not.
BEN. H. OLINE & C0.
Pianos and Organs..
K N O TE SNGRS
SEQeith te n
ses ~ ~ m [ihJ i tevr
Finshe intefns zane,wt h
h coevenets tbei
g eco r 'i ra s d iu
Th ing ,oSge ahes
Wed ntas out a o i nt0o
latest improvements for winding the bob
bin, the most convenient style of table with
extensioii. leaf, large drawers and beautiful
gothic cover,-it stands without a rival,
The King of Singer Machines.
We do not ask you to pay for it until you
see what you are buying. We only wish to
know that you really intend to buy a ma.
chine, and are wining to pay $20 for the
~t 4,~ th~' Market.