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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1882.
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tractW may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post muster at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. David Prisot. an old citizen of
Prosperity, between 60 and 70 years of 3
- age, died last week.
Mr. Abram Bedenbaugh, about 89
Years of age. a respected citizen of
Prosperity, died Sunday last.
Mrs. Burton, wife of Mr. C. D. Bur
to and daughter of Mr. J. B. Floyd.
died The 9th instant. She leaves four
-children, the youngest an infant only a
few days old.
Faey Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco,
fow A. C. JONES. 41- tr.
For the Russian Jews.
Mrs. Joseph Brown has received from
citizens of Newberry $77.50 toward the
relief of the persecuted Jews in Russia.
She begs to return her thankr for the
a- Parties wanting Fertilizers for cash
ar negotiable paper will see J. C. Taylor,
Salads Old Town. Feb. 9, 6-Sm.
-Us,.Clar*% Concert .
At the Opera House next Tuesday
light will undoubtedly be a pleasant
~air. The besL musical talentof New
- *rispreparing for theoccasion. We
bbiA fbi Mrm. Clark a full house.
s*oap, Starch, Blueing, Pepper, Spices
jad Seda at A. C. JONS'. 2-tf
A.Change of Schedule
On the %Columbia & Greenville R. R.,
went jinCo operation Monday,. The
down train, from Greenville, arrives at
Nlewberry now at 1.58 P. I., and the
mp train, ftom-Columbia, at 2.36 P. M.
'The tiains meet at Prosperity.
0egane~ and Prt.
-Ladies who appreenate elegance andI
- mn4y are using Parker's Bair Balsam.
-- IFis the best articleasold for retoring I
-gray hair to its original.color, beauty
Ytirn s. Aikne
We received ycsterday a copy of
the papers and testimony in this Con
gressional election case. The testimo
ny is all of a similar eharacter to that
-taken-at Newberry in Februsy, 1881,(
which the HERALo printed in full at
H ansBasage. Corned Beef and a
netl of other fresh canned .goods,
streceived, at A. C. Jonsv.'. 24f
elews in thej on
Mir. Joseph E.Qesiebaum was mar
- Ths i histhid mrriae. Hemarried
-thessecond time in six-w'eha after the.
death of his&irt wife;hi second wife
died the 15th of January, a little over
three weeks before his last marriage.
Ma. W. E. PZLAMx, Draggist.
DEAa Sia: This is to certify that I have
used your "Pectoral Syrup," and e tn say
that I am better pleased with it than any
similar preparation. Would not do wiLhout
it. Yours resopecfully,
JAS. W. H ERBE RT,
6-3 Edgefield Co., S. C.
The Senator and Reipresentatires oi
this County have recommended Mr.
Win. Y. Fair to the Governor for ap
pointmLent as Supervisor of Riegistra
t.ion for this Conty, and his appoint
ment will on made in a few days.
The Supervisi'r for Laures will be
Cot. J. Wash Watts.
The Debating Club
/ H5a aninteresting session at its last I
ineeting, and a very good attendance.
The question "Would a stock law for I
- te whole State be a wise measure?" .
was debated at length, and was decided
In the negative by both house and
Chair. The question for to-morrow
night is, ''Is the English language like
ly to become universal?"
A Woman's Experience.
Mothers and daughters should feel
alarmed when weariness constantly op
pruethem. -If Iamnfretful frome ex
en of vital powers and the color
is fading from my face, Parker's Ginger
Tonic, gives quick relief. It builds me
tip aad drives away pain with wonder
ful certainty.'-Buffalo lady.
*The Concert at Thespian Hall
-Tuesday night was not well attended
-the notice was short, and the enter. I
fainuient at the Opera House drew
* any away. Miss Chase, of Massa
-chjusetts, recited several pieces. She
is a pretty fair elocationist, and her
- ejeesions were good. Messrs. Cromer
a.-nd gifer each read two humorous
,selectioas, and read them well. The
-. *nusie'--piano by Miss Griffin, and
'ocal by Misses Hunter, Boozer, Motte
.-ad Rives and Dr. Tarrant and Jones
- -was excellent.
T'he Concert was held under the
..isof the Y. Mr. C. A.
Well Organized! !
MUDIN & TAIA,
ImUish and Thaimacists,
ITHER BARLNG'S INFANT
Soothing for children when Teething.
FOR THLE LIVER.
Southern Liver Regnator.
Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Hili'sa Liver Regulator, (H. H. P.)
Simmons' Iepatic Compound.
OR TILE THLROAT
Balsam Wild Cherry.
Chlorate Potash T*blets.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
"Our Own Cough Mixture."
Syrup Tar and Wild Cherry.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Honey and Tar Drops.
Pure God Liver Oil.
God Liver Oil with Hypophospbiteb.
ALL FRESH AND GENUINE.
Do not forget that we have the Genuine
. Buncome Cabbage Seed.
ine Drugs and Chemicals,
BISMUTEI, &c., &c.
jeavy Drugs and Chemicals,
ue Stone, Coppecas, Caslhor, Borax,
Potash, Sal Soda, Bi-Carb. Boda, S"'
phur, Indigo, AIl'a, Epsom Salts,
Castile Soap, white and mot
tied, Pepper, Mustard, Ca
nary Seed, Salt Petre,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
For Patent 341M.%,
'OILET ARTICLES, -
FINE PERFUMERY, &c., &c.,
NAYBIN & TARRANT'S
y Regular Graduates of Pharmacy, at
iAYBIN & TARRANT'S
Feb. 16, 7-tf DEUG STORE.
e Cottage Heath.
The March number of this mop1hNy
already to band. The continual inl.
rorpment in this magazine is a feature
rrthy of notice. It is now nearly
wice as large as it was a year ago,
as better contributors, and is printed
a better paper, with about four times
s many jJJpstrations~. Because it is a
;ood paper we ci11k it with the HoaW n
,? $2.70 per annum, and advise our
saders to take it.
V. E. r.irx, Druggist.
DiA Sia I have used your "Pectoral
yrup" aith excellent results in cases of
oughs and colds attendant upon measles.
have also experienced benefit from it in
iwidually in Bronchitis, and cheerfully re
omimed its use to the publio.
BEN. F. McGRAW,
6-3 Newberry Co., S. C.
partanburg in Mud.
We learn from a lady just returned
rom Spartanburg that the streets in
bat town are in a fearful condition of
nud. One street-Church-being closedl
s impassable. No less than three
lorses which fell down were suffocated
n the mud and died. Policemen stand
a the corners to see ladies safely across
ad to guard against their being hogged
ip. Newberr.y has been suffering a
iard experience from the muddy streets,
at is better off than Spartanburg.
-ruth is Mighty.
If you would experience reliof from
I annoyances arising from an inactive
Aiver, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
onach, etc.. use Por taline. or Tabler's
regetable Liver Powder, a never fail
ng remedy for those disorders. It will
ave an incalculable amount of suffer
ng. Price 50 cents. White's Cream
White Vermifuge is the best worm
;ller. For sale by Dr. W. E. P-elham.
SSchool in Telegraphy.
Observing a few days ago workmen
miting up telegraph poles and wires
Llong Harrington Street to the residence
if Mr. A. G. Maybin, we proceeded to
nvestigate. Our first information was
hat the President of the "Maybintoni
lhort Line" was establishipg an mide
,endent line for himself; but further mn
luiry revealed the fact that Mr Reuben
L. Maybin had put up the wires for the
marpose of giving instruction to a class
n telegrapy. T'he class meet at Mrs.
hiathis', where the wire terminates, and
drr. Maybin gives instructions from his
3uy Choice Fruits
of all inds from A.0G. JONES. 41-tf.
-ions for Sale,
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
or sale at this office.
(endall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
ERAL Book Store, price only 25 ents
or single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
['his book tells you what to do for your
iorse when sick, and treats of every dis.
tase to which a horse is liable. Get a
:opy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at tbe
51-tf HERaAw BooK STORE.
WTh best Organ at Edixard Sciholta's.
The Columbia Register will be club
ededwith the HERALn as follows: Week
yj Register and HEALD $3.50, 1rs
neekly Register and H E RAw $5, Dail3
Reggister and HERALD $8.75.
The Weeky T~orns and H ERALD al
a. . . 4-tf.
We publish a call from Adjutant
General Maoigault, to which we invite:
attention. All persons possessing in
formation on these matters, especially
commanders of brigades, regiments
and companies, should see that such
information reaches the Adjutant
General, so that the roll may be- per.
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teething
Powders) will cure your child. For
sale by all Druggists and Country Mer
An engine and five box cars jumped
the track at Helena Thursday night.
The engine was considerably damaged;
one car was smashed, and others were
more or less injured.
The passenger coach on the Laurens
down train Saturday ran off this side
Jalapa and upset. There were half a
dozen drummers aboard, but nobody
got hurt. The coach was badly broken
The engine on the Laurens R. R.
jumped the track between Helena and
Jalapa Tuesday evening. The engine
rejeeiyed considerable damage.
A Cross Baby.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's
remaining a bachelor as stopping for
one night at the house of a marrie4
friend and being kept awake for five or
six hours by the crying of a cross baby,
All cross and crying babies need only
Hop Bitters to make them well and
smiling. Young man, remember this.
The Industrial Exhibition
Of the Agricultural Society of South
Carolina, which opened in Charleston
on the 1st inst., will close on the 24th
February, and is said to be the best ever
held by the Society. Those who were
pytable to visit the recent International
Ootton gxposipjop will have an oppor
tunity of seeing some of th best exhib
its therefrom. The ColIrmbia & Green
ville. the South Carolina, and all the
other rail roads in the State will convey
visitors there and back for one fare;
tickets on the South Carolina good for
ten days. and on all the other roads for
W. K. PaI.am, Druggist, Newberry, S. C.
DzAR Sia: Having been shown by you
the formula from which your "Pectoral
Syrup" is composed, and observing the re
markable good effiets produced upon a
ase un4er my directionrk take pleasure in
recommending it as a usefgl 4nd remedial
preparation for coughs, colds, '&c.
W. E. LINK. M.D.,
6-3 Abbeville Co., S. C.
Wise vs. Prosperity, and Mills vs. Same.
, Judge Pressly yesterday sustained
the ja4gment of the Trial Justice in
these two cases, except that he strack
out the damages allowed by the
Trial Justice. Mr. Wyse recovers his
$12 paid to the Council of Prosperity
for annual license as a butcher, and
Mr. Mills $1 paid for selling one
beef in Prosperity. Judge Presly
puts his deoisinq on the ground that a
Town Council has no authority to
require a license unless so authorized
by charter; and there is no such pro.
vision in the Charter of Prosperity.
Those who have used Coussens' Com
pound Honey of Tar, unqualifiedly as
sert that it i.s unequaled as a cure for
Coughs, Co'da, "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 Vernmifoge is the best worm
killer. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
Rey. Wmn. Havne Leavehl
Spent Saturday, Sun.4ay and Monday
in Newberry with his father, Col. ,Jno.
R. Leavell. Mr. Leavell has tendered
his resignation as pastor of the Baptist
Church at Manchester, N. H., but his
resignation has not yet been accepted.
He is now making a tour of the South
era States, and is writing up the politi
cal, social and in4ustrial featares of the
Soub for the Boston Herald, the lead
ing independent paper of New England.
Mr. Leavell says that a strong effort
will be made in 1884 to wrest South
Carolina from the control of the domni
nant party by an independent move
ment; and he thinks such a thing would
be a bent-fit to the State.
Royal Baking Powder, Sea Foam,
Horsford Bread Preparation and Po
tapco Baking Powders at
2-tf A. C. Jons'.
Damages for Hiring a Laborer.
Last year- Mr. Wm. T. Huff sued
Mr. Win. Watkins in this County for
hiring a laiborer under contract with
ai (H uff), after notice. The laborer
was to receive a part of the crop. The
case was fg,st tried before Judge Wal
lace, who- decided against the plaintiff
o the ground that as the laborer was
to receive a part of the crop lie was
not a servant lbut a partuer. This
decisiou was overruled by the Supreme
Court, which held that where there
was a contract between employer and
employee it made noe difference whether
the employee was to be paid in money,
or by a part of the crop. The case
came up again before Judge Pressly
this week. A verbal contract between
Mr. Huff and the laborer was proved.
*But it was not proved that this con
tract was made in the presence of a
witnese; and on this ground the Judge
held that the plaintiff could not re
cover. The case will very likely be
taken to the Supreme Court again.
The time never has been and never will
be when the people of this or any other
country can buy a gold dollar for seventy
five cents. Neither can you, dear reader,
purhase an organ worth three or four hun
dred dohers for $61). This is all non,sense.
Still w,' have noe objection to other people
doing their business5 just ats the-y see tit
We are seilinig a good, honest m4de Piano
at Irom $185 to $575, and a good, honest
Orga (niot aU stopS) fur fromx $44 to $475.
All our goods are made upon honor, anid
we send to any part of the world on test
trial, and if no pleaseie no keepe, as the
Cbinaman would ay. For e patten
years we have sent both Pianos and Organs
to e very part of the world, and our instru
ments give the most universal satisfaction.
If you wish a good instrument, one that
will always last you, we shall be pleased to
send you our catalogue and prices ; a ud if
you purchase one of the Thomas Brotbers'
Siver Tone In.atrumenits you will get what
you require, and one instrument sold in a
oeghborho:d always sells us more. Ad
dress, for prices, etc., Jas. H. Thomas. Sne
essor to Thomas Br-others, Catskill, N. Y.,
Macallister, the Magician,
Began his six nights engagement at
the Opera House Monday ,ight. The
house has been crowded every night.
and the performances have been the
best in that line ever witnessed in
Newberry. His sleight-of hand tricks
are wonderful. An attractive feature
of his entertainments is the distribu
tion of gifts to those holding the lucky
tickets. These gifts consist of all
sorts of useful and oraweur:i articles
There is, in additiou, a grand prize
each night Mond:jy night the grand
prize was $5, and was drawn by Mr.
J. B. Clary ; Tuesday night it wa.
$10, and was drawn by Master Robbie
Whites; last night it was a silvet ice
piteher. To-uight it will be aii elegant
silver tea service, of five pieces.
Prof. Macallister will perform at
the Opera Hnuse every night this
week. He will give a Matinee Satur
day afternoon ; doort open at 1.30,
performance to begin at 2.30.
Mr. MeD. Mettu, of Charleston, is in
Maj. F. A. Conner, of Cokesbv. ;, is
Mr. B. J. Ramage returned last week
Miss Chase, of Massachusetts, is in
lewberry selling the Baptist Cyclope
We are glad to see Mr. J. H. Blease
out again, after a long and severe spell
Rabbi David Levy, traveling in the
interest of the persecuted Russians, was
in town this week.
Mr. C. C. Chase, of Hendersonville,
spent a few days in our town last week.
He left for home Monday.
Mr. Jno. A. Simpson has moved back
to Prosperity and has gone into the
drug business with Mr. S. L. Fellers.
Dr. Garmany has gone to Sumter to
make the #n4l preparations for moving,
He will return to Newberry in a few
days for his family.
J. Brooks Wingard, Esq., of the Lex
ington Bar, and S. McG. Simkins. Esq.,
of the Edgefield Bar. have been in at
tendance on Court.
Mr. Iveson, of Columbus, the adjust
er of losses for the Georgia Home, is in
town looking ater the adjustment of
the loss on Mr. Harason's house, Mr.
Prent, of the Watertown, will be on ;n
a day or two.
Our report of Court closed last week
with the verdict in the last case of the
Sessions Wednesday night. Thursday
morning the convicts were called up
for sentence. Before passing sentence
his Honor made a few remarks tp tho
convicts, in which he said: A Judge
ought never to bo b-.rqh, but should in
cline to mercy as far as the law and his
duty in protecting the community will
permit. It is my practice never to per
mit a conviction where the evidence
does not show gouilt; but if evidence
shows guilt it is my duty to put the par.
ty Where he cannot repeat his offense.
The community must be protected.
When, therefore, I pass sentence, if it
should appear to be hard it cannot be
attributed to harshness or ill-will; but
the object is to reform the criminal and
to protect the community..
He then passed the following sen
State vs. George Johnson; receiving
stolen property knoww-g it to have been
stolen-six months in the State Peni
State vs. Robert Martin; barflary
and larceny-one year in the State t'en
State vs. Elick Dodson; burglary and
larceny-one year in the State Peniten
State vs. Warren Cannon; breaking
into and entering dwelling-horse in day
time.-two years in the State P-eniten
State vs. John Brooks; burglary and
larceny-five years in the Slate Peni
State vs. Milton Oxner; manslauigh
ter-two years in the State Penitentia
The General Orders were then pass
ed; and also the following
1. That so much of the Present ment
of the Grand Jury as relates to the
County line fence and the roads and
bridges of the County be referred to the
Board of County Commissioners for
said thaoJhnP. ayer
2. It appearing ta onP atr
white is under recognizance to appear
at this Court and has failed to appear,
it is ordered that a E.re Facia,s do issue
against the said John P. Satterwhite
and his sureties requiring them to show
cause at the '-ext term of Court, on the
first day thereof, wby said recognizance
should not be estreated.
3. That the County Commissioners
require of Constables and all officers
presenting bills against them fcr mile
age to make affidavit of the actual nnm
her of miles traveled, and that mileage
be allowed as if in one case.
4. That Jno. C. Goggans, Jas. H.
Aull and Jas. I. Fair be appointed to
act with the Foreman of the Grand
Jury as a Committee in vacation to
complete the examination of the public
The Court of Sessions was then ad
journed sine die, and the civil business
was taken up.
Tbe following cases have been tried
in the Common Pleas on the Jury Cal
FF. Werber, Jr., vs. Moorman & Sim
kins-verdict for defendants.
-G. G. DeWalt vs. J. N. Lipscomb
and .J. S. Coles; sealed note-verdict
for plaintiff for $2,927.20.
Geo. W. Garmany vs Foster Blod
gett; account-yerdict for plaintiff for
*P. M. Denson vs. . J. D. Cash-ver
diet for $40.94.
-Simeon Young vs. Newberry County
I-verdict for defendant.
.James A. Mars, Ex'or., vs. Silas
I Johnstone-verdict for defendant.
I E. C. Simkins vs. Columbia & Green~
ville R. R. Co.; 4uit for damages for
ikilling stock-verdict for plaintiff for
-Jno. P. Kinard vs. Geo. A. Setzler;
esealed note-verdict for defendant.
-Mary Gilliam vs. Celena E. Hancock
S-verdict for plaintiff for $14.90.
SWin. T. Huff vs. Wmn. Watkins; suit
>for damages for hiring a laborer under
'contract with the plaintiff-verdict for
SDavid Boozer vs. Wilson G. Abramns
1 suit to recover mule-verdict for plain
I Win. L Waters vs. Frederick L
a Boozer; money demand-verdict foi
.Many other cases on this Calendai
7 (1) have been disposed of by beini
struck off or decided by the Judge.:
Mr. J. W. Vandiver, Seed Producer,
of Weaverville, N. C., has our thanks
for a package of seed of various kinds
which are most acceptable at this sea
son. This gentleman has an early
white corn that will mature in time for
Mill the first of August-a valuable va
riety-60 cts. per lb., also a choice va
riety of Tomato named the Buncombe.
at 15 ets. per package, together with
the Mountain Cluster Bean, the finest
Bean known, 6 oz. package. 30 ets.
His White Belgian Oats afford an aston
ishing yield to the acre, and weigh ten
to fifteen pounds more to the bushel
than ordinary oats. 1 lb., 50 ets., 1 bush
el, $4. Mr. Vandiver's reputation as a
seed grower stands high with all who
know him, and we cheerfully add that
he can be relied on.
A Work of Merit.
Mr. Foot has had on exhibition at his
store the zephyr picture made by Miss
Ray Foot, and which has just been re
turned from the recent Atlanta Exposi
tion. on which a premium was obtained.
The picture, including frame, is 4 ft. 6
in. by 3 ft. 6 in.. and represents "-The
Angel of Peace" passing over the city,
and is a beautiful work of rare merit,
reflecting great credit on the fair lady
who executed it. Under the light of
the moon which shines from a star be
decked heaven, the angel with out
stretched arms and the underlying city
and the water show with natural effect.
it is a very biandsome picture. It re
quired 215,000 stitches besides the
thousands ripped out to make the whole,
and an amount of patience which only a
Eff Buy the best Smoking Cigars on
the market from A. C. JONES. 41-tf.
Baptist Church Sunday.
The services at the Baptist Church
Sunday were of more than ordinary in
terest. Rev. Wm. Hayne Leavell
preached morning and evening to large
congregations, the many friends of Mr.
Leavell in this the home of his boyhood
being anxious to hear him. He is a
minister of fne and imposing presence,
with a clear, sonorous Voiae, and is an
eloquent speaker. We notice th4t Mr.
eayell is getting quite gray, though
he is only about thirty-five.
In the afternoon Judge B. C. Pressly
delivered an instructive address to the
Sunday School. his subject being the
goodness and kindness of God. The
attendance was large, and the address
was listened to with interest and, no
doubt. with profit by both old and
young. The singing by the Sunday
School children was very fne.
Rev. R. D. Smart.
We were much pleased last week at
reciving a visit from our much es
teemed friend. Rev. R. D. Smart, who
paid a flying visit to Union for the pur
pose of welding together the interests
of the Male and Female Academies,
as will be seen under the head of "Hy
We were truly glad to see him look
ing so well and to hear that he is so
pleasantly located. As Pastor of the
Methodist church at this place for three
years, he won the hearts of all classes
of our people of all denominations, and
we sincerely congratulate the people of
Newberry in their securing so able, so
genial a christian gentleman as a
Pastor. We consider him one of the
ablest and most zealous ministers in
the South Carolina Conference, while
his genial manners and well stored
mind make bim a bright and acceptable
addition to refined society.
A Rare Villain..
Last Thursday, 9th instant, a white
man who has been traveling through
the County selling garden seed, was in
No. 6 Township. He went to a gentle
man's plantation and asked a negro on
the place if the gentleman was at
home. Being told that he was not, he
said that he~ would not go to the house.
But he did go. He knocked at the door,
and the lady came to the door and
opened it. The fellow there used the
most insulting language to her. She
slammed the door in his face; but he
opened it and walked in. She fled into
the kitchen in the hack part of the house.
He pursued her there, and she Aed out
of the house and into the house of a col
ored family near by. The fellow then
left. When the husband came home at
-night and heard of the affair he was. of
course, very angry; and, with some of
his neighbors started out early Friday
morning after the follow. Had they
caught him he would have fared badly.
After riding about fifty miles they re
turned, arnd telegraphcd to Laurens for
the arrest of the fellow if found. He
was arrested at baurens an4 brought
down on the train Saturday morning
and placed in jail. He says he is fromi
Buncombe County, North Carolina, and
that his name is Spain.
Saturday there were threats of lynch
ing, but wise counsels prevailed and
everything became quiet. Monday
evening it began to be whispered about
that Spain would be taken from the
jail. From what can be learned it was
the intention to take him out, give himi
a decent threshing and turn him loose.
The Sheriff getting wind of the matter
called out a posse to guard the jail, and
thus frustrated the plan. When every
thing hadl become quiet, and the crowd
had dispersed. Trial Justice Fair, upon
whose warrant Spain had been coin
mitted, sent an order of release to the
Sheriff, and Spain was turned out.
When released lhe did not tarry, but
left at the top of his speed, and has not
sice been heard from.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
The March number opens with No.
3 of Dr. Talmage's interesting papers
'People I Have Met,' descriptive oj
Henry Wilson, ex-Vice-President of the
United States with his latest public ad
dress, and Dean Stanley. There is alsc
an article by him on 'Guiteauism,' and
a sermon 'Thumbscrews.' W. C. Gral
has an admirable article, 'The True
Doctrine of Fairyland'; and among the
other illustrated articles of grear, meri
are 'The Church of the Holy Sepulchre,
'Reminiscences of an Old New York
er,' 'Rome, the City of Surprises,' 'The
Feast of the Annunciation,' etc., etc.
The serials, 'Prudence Winterburn' ani
'Margaret's Enemy,' are continued, anc
there are several highly Interes'ting
short stories, sketches and es'ays b:
distinguished writers. The lovers o
poetry will be delighted with the vs
riety and unusual excellence of the
poems; Augusta Browne Garrett con
tributes two which will not fail to be
particularly poted-'The Heart and the
World' and *An Artist's Farewell t<
Time.' 'The Mother with Nine Sons,
from the Bomaic, by H. F. Bramnwell
is quaint and original. Besides the
usual abundance of entertaining an'
instructive miscellany, there is 'The
Collection Basket,' 'Wit, Wisdom and
Pathos of Childhood,' etc., etc. A singli
copy is furnished for 25 cents, and thi
suscription for a year $3, postpaid
Address, Frank Leslie, 53, 55 and 5
Pr~ac,New York City.
The Petit Jurors were discharged I
Tuesday night; and the Court is now yes
engazed on Calendar 2 Sta
Judge Pressly has enforced a stricter Set
practive than any of his predecessors Ort
here, and has thus accomplished a large Fi
amount of work. Fui
Various and all About.
Changeable weather. De
There is a promise of a large trade
Book agents are informed that the c
editor is out. 1
The Opera House was full on the
It is h:rd to fill this column without $3(
the aid of friends.
If you want to spend a pleasant even
ing go to see Macalligter.
The Charleston Weely News has been mat
enlarged to an 8-page paper. froT
Dr. Pope has vaccinated 403 per- bee
sons since opening his office. hea
Under the new act of incorporation it 'i11
is now the "City of Anderson."
There are a good many sore arms in at t
Newberry now from vaccination. one
Look out for high winds at this sea- to s
son, and be careful with your fires. per
Sixty wild geese, in a fock, flew Chi
over Silver Street one day last week. cen
Next Wednesday, 22nd, will be the Chi
anniversary of Washington's birthday. We
Dr. J. D. Bruce has sold his interest scrf
in the Drug Store at Prosperity to Mr. E.'
S. L. Fellers. Oat
Judging by the cotton brought in dai- -
ly, there mast be a considerable quanti
ty still on hand.
Go and look at Dr. Fant's attach-.
ments. Lamps are rendered non-explo- ]
ive by their use. bet
".Oh for a lodge in some vast wilder
ness," where the wicked would cease Shm
from troubling you. Chi
An exchange says, "Man's average I
life is 53 years. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup will always live.
Do not sow your garden seed yet, but
keep them in your drawer, and wait
until the cold weather is past.
Have you been vaccinated yet? If MY
not go and present your arm to one of MV
the many doctors in town. MY
Thanks to the Ciceronian Society of MY
Roanoke College for a complimentary M
to its annual celebration thn 22nd. M
Our f4rrmr will have to work early
and late and all the time between to MY
catch up the lost time caused by rain. MY
To start a clock you wind it up, My
And then it goes tip-'op;
But when you wind your business up, My
It's always sure to stop. My
Nothing so adorns the face as cheer
fulness. When the heart is in flower,
its blooi and its beauty pass to tha fea
A free school at Helena has been of 4
opened where the young idea will be I
taught to .shoot everything but sling I
shots. of I
Two dollars may not secure the grand
prize at Macallister's Concerts, but it I
will pay for the H'FrALn for a whole
A good safe way to send a postal card
isto place it in an envelope with a 3
ts. stamp. The Post Master cannot
read it then.
We reiterate, and will continue to do
so while breath lasts, that the place to
get your Stationery is at the HERALD
And also that you can have as nice
Job Printing executed at this office as -
can be done anywhere else, and at as
Dr. Sampson Pope has rented the
room on the first floor of the Opera O
House adjoining the Council Chamber, ~
which he will use as an offce. in
Thanks to M'r. J. E. Berley, sto- ~
dent, for invitation to the 53d annual
commencement of the Medical College
of South Carolina March 1st.
We invite the attention of our read- B
ers to the advertisement of the Suckeye B
MTg Co., Marion. Ohio, in another col- BA
uwn. They offer rare inducements to
earn an honest living. 28-6m.
At Macallister's gift concert Monday D
night one unmarried man drew a bal
moral and another a cradle. If they
will just hold on to the articles they
may come into use after awhile.
We regret the wistak@ taade last week
about the Qpera House dedication. We s
went off half-cocked on information re
eived from a lad who heard somebody
else say that another man told a friend,
The new post-master general has de
cided that post-masters who fail to no
tify publishers when subscribers remove
or fail to take papers from the post of
fice, shall be responsible for the sub
Two hundred and thirsy-seven drop
Valentines were distributed at the Post
Office Tuesday. This does not include co
those going to. or coming from,* a dis
tance. Between fifty and seventy-five
were distributed yesterday. vi
Mr. David JF. Bughardt was arrested
Friday for non-payment of poll tax.
He did'nt want to be arrested, and fought MI
the constable, R. T. Caldwell; but the
constable brought him in. He paid up BA
the tax, with the costs and penalties. s
It is said that G. Porter Ferguson. st
who killed James Oxner the 30th of 2
January, has gone West. Being a ca
bachelor and a non-landowner, he has c
no ties to bind him to South Carolina. H(
The Governor will probably ofter a re- SE
Even the little birds are kindly notic- BA
ed in the local column. The report A.1
comes from Mr. Thos. F. Harmon, that
a pair of canaries hatched out a brood EE
of four wee-wee birds on Thursday TD
morning last. We did not know that s'
he was engaged in the propagation of
"$10,000 would not purchase from
me what S. S. S. has effected in my
cure. Thus writes Archie Thomas. ed-.
itor of the Republican, Springfield,
Tein.~ A few bottles of this simple g
vegetaible remedy. S. S. S., accom
plished such seeming impossibilities. St
Rheumatism ca#not remain in the sys
tem alter the blood has been puri#ed. 8|
Price, $1.00 and $I.75 per bottle.
The first assistant post-master gener
al has recently made the following pos
tal order: "Post-masters will not allow
non-subscribers to take from the boxes, -_
nor will,-they band to them newspaperst
addressed to subscribers, refolded and
returned to them into the general deliv
ery, without verbal or written permit
from such subscriber. A violation of m
this regulation will be considered suffi- re
cient ground for the removal of the of
[he Tax for Newberry County th.is
r is as follows:
te Purposes, - - 43-4 Mills B
iool Tax, - - 2
linarY County Tax, - 3 "
ided Indebtedness, - 1
ided School Indebtedness, 1-2
iciencies ending Oct. 31.
881, - - -.- 1-2 A
Iciencies, including the
nfunded school claim of F
L. P. Pifer, for any and all
scal years prior to the fis
al year beginning Nov. 1.
881, - - - - 1-8 "
otal, - - - 117-8 "
00 Worth of New and Popular Music -
r S 1.00. T
homas Brothers' Musical Journal for
uary is undoubtedly the finest and best
-nal of its kind published. The reading
ter is varied and original, being news
n all parts of the world. The Journal
have a new feature this year in being
utifully ilustrated and printed on fine
vy calendered paper. Each number
have in it over Two Dollars worth of
et Music, printed from our best plates;
as you receive one number each mont, h
he end of the year you have for binding
of the finest collections of vocal and
rumental music imaginable. Don't fail
ubscribe for the Journal at once. Price ol
year, One Dollar; or with a beautiful
omo, 22x36, One Dollar and thirty-fve di
ts, the 35c. being the actual cost of
king and postage or express on the
omo: Sample copy of the Journal, 10c.
want an agent in every village and city J
de United States and Canada to take sub- -
ptions for the Journal. Address Jas.
'homas, Successor to Thomas Brothers,
skill, N. Y., U. S. A. 4-49
our Puzzle Corner.
ANSWERS TO LAST PUZZLES.
xNIGMA.-Ever do right, whate'er
VORD PUZZLL-Ca=can. (Can't.)
)ECAPITATJO.-J. Where, here. 9.
im, ham. 3. Scrape, crape. 4.
tir, hair. 5. Gown, own.
W R E N
R 0 T E
E T T A
N E A R
first is in mosses, but not in fern;
second is in blister, but not in burn;
third is in fever, but not in chill;
fourth is in valley, but not in hill;
fih is in liver, but not in heart;
sixth is in parcel, but not in part;
seventh is in engine, but not in
eighth is in butter, but not in cream;
ninth is in business, but not in
tenth is in woman, but not in maid; C
eleventh is in lingers,alsoin hovers; s
whole is a help to bashful lovers.
Composed of 12 letters.
4y 8, 9, 11, 3; 4, 5, 6. 7, is an article
dy 12. 10, 2, 1. is noisy.
dy whole is an ancient instrument
. An Eastern plant.A
lace te finals before the initials,
find a woman named in the Bible.
Com meregaL no
NEWBRET, S. C., Feb. 15, 1882.
nar......................,. 9a 9
>d rinary.................. 9*a10
Newberry Prices Carreat. U
r J. N. MARTIN & CO. '
Shoulders, Prime New..... 6 a 7
Shoulders, Suar Cred. 9
Y Now C ...........a10 ot
Sides, C. H, New........... a O
Sides, Long Clear...........as lO
'_ fassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
Leaf, in Tierces........... 16
Leaf, in Buckets.......... 18
Granalated Standard..... 2a
Extra .................. 11
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Roasted or Parched.-- ' G
Good Rio............ 1620
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted. -......-.1.20 3'1
AP ............... a 10 B'
&RCB......................- 6a 12 ful
E CANDLES................ 15
U, ebb............. ....... 8.0O11.00
NCENTATED LYE..... ,. .. .0
GLISH SO ................ 10
ESFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25 al
A FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35a
.LE GRE AE............. .. 10 J
BACCO........................ 60a 1.25 ca
ILS t'10) ker.................. 4.50 _
GGING-Heavy................... 12s14 ,.
2OW TIES,.e bunch......... 2 00 T
LICED ARROW TIES........ 1 25
D CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
.D OATS-per bu............ 75a 80
OTH YHAY................... 200
All persons indebtedh
o t h e undersigned ai
mst settle the same a:
stisfactorily be f or e
sking for fur th er -
S. F. FANT.
Jan. 4, 1882. 1-ti.p
COLUMBIA, S. C.
This new and elegant gouse, with alE
dern improvemaents, is now open for the a
eption of guests.
'S. 4. WRIGHT 4 SON,
u... 1, l?--tf Pro rietoru.
E NOT DECEIVED.
y Plasters claiming to..
3 an improvement on
ALLCOCK'S is the
iginal and only genuine
orous Plaster; all oth.- >
so-called Porous Q
'sters are imita
ons. Bewa-re of
See that you get an
hich we guarantee
is effected more and
icker cures than any
her external Reme
IOLD BY ALL DRI.GOITS
an. 5, 1-6m. eow
The great superiority of DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP over
all othercough remediesisattested.
by the immense popular demand
for that old established remed
for the Cure of Coughs, Colds
loamsenes, Croup, Asthma,Bro
:onsumption and for the relief
onsumptive persons in advanced
tazes of the Disease. :For Sal
al D gists.-Price,2.nts
Pianos and Organs.
MT is HOMR_ 111.
'hat is Home Withet e
Well, well, don's get mad about it and
Sisuch big capitals,
OR SOUT1ERN GEL PANO.'J
[omne, Sweet Homet:
iss be made a happy place, and if it do* e
contain a PIano or Orga, s
nly halt furnished..
ORDER AT ONCE4
MAsoN & HAMLIN, PEILOUBET
0O., OR SHONL1NGER ORGAN.
OW'T WAIT ALWAYS!
If you can't.pay all cia, send for our -
arge sales with smnal' hiing prota b
r policy, List, last and always.
GREENVILLE, S. C. -i
Th wili Sell you at Iaaufae-1
tarer's Factory Prices.
Dec. 15, 18-ly.
A nice assortment of CROCKERY ad
~ASSWARE just received and forsle by
F. T. WBIGHT;
Who still has only a few of those CHEAP
'OVES left. Gall quick if you want one.
Who still contines wo carry on the ;TIN -
JSINESS in all its branches, and keeps a
'inware and Stoves.M
And last., though not least, who will .do
te ROOFIN~G, GUTTERING ad other
kB WORKe can getjust as cheapsh he
ni afford it. Mar. 23, 47-17. >
lIE PENNINGTON HOUSE,
arormerly the mnion Moun,) -
)HN . PENNINiGTON, Proprietor.
This popular and conveniently loessed
muse has been opened by the present Pto
ietor, who will spare no pains to make --
s guests comfortable. With rooms large, .
y, clean ad well furnished, a table sup-,9
ied with tebest that can be had. polite~?
edre,dy atention on the part of his ser
as, he feel asued of ivingtisainDm
Terms,s$1 per ay; $1s.50 per NSaL
June 22, 26-tf.
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