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THURSDAY, MARCH 9; 188!
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R. W. BOONE, P hL
#r*berryj, S. C. Feb. 12, 1882.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master
Prosperity is our authorized agent
*_. eight months old child of Mi
Radford, of Helena, died Monday.
- Has been established at Mr. D. E
Phifer's Store, to be known as Phifer
Post Office. Mr. W. H. Runseur is th
tfu'l to Invalids.
Floreston Cologne is grateful to isavalidv
because it is refreshing without the sAcker
ing effect of most perfumes.
Mr. J. S. Spearman got three bust
els of White Russian Oats from Mich
gan Tuesday. -He paid S2 per busht
the oats, and $2 per bushel expreE
ithem to Newberry.
Parties wanting Fertilizers for eas
*t40.odwe paper will see J.0. Taylo1
Wad Old Town. Feb. 9, 6-3m.
Wr. Ftink A. Teague, of No.7 Towr
hie and Mr. Jno. W.'Scott, of No.4
have been appointed by the Governc
Assistant Supervisors of Registratioi
apgts pay. .Mr. Fair, the Sope
T&plea, Public. .
*have been using Pelham'g Peetors
Syipap- for four or five months, and find
%bd best I have used in many yearsi
Croup., Colds and other Pulmonary diseas'es
*. - W. T. McF~ALL, M.D.
Prosperity, S. C. 9-S
Ettention is directed to the advertis4
mnent of Mr. Fred. A. Schumnpert, wb
is the-agent for several first class me:
chines for fanning work. If you are i
want of a Harvester, Reaper, Mowere
Esie, go to him.
T6o-.arly by Half.
Mr.'Wmn. H. Long, of Smoky Towr
isaiohg way ahead of time in cottol
and it-will be long before we have a:
pocitnity of -recording a similar cen
casatance. Long or short. howevei
he sent in a couple of cotton plant
~omdyand says hebasquite a pate
* .~pBitters, which are advertised i
ditoolumnns, are a sure cure for ague
W asess and Kidney complaints
thdhe who use them say they cannc
be .too highly recommended. Thos
afflicted should give them a fair tria)
andwill become thereby enthusiasti
5mthe praise of their curative qualities
.a . -- (brtland Argus.
Robinson's Humpty Dumpty
Played in the Opera House last Thura
day night to a large audience. Ther
were a few laughable features in thl
perfornmance, but as a~whole it did ne
come up to expectation. The perforrm
-a 6eanay'be briefly described as a re
Wee6d and abridged edition of a circi
tise.best parts left out.
Hld Us Somebody
While we reyest what the LinedJ
County Common School Journat, in on
of its moinents of plasenntniess, says <
the HER.nD, and then let us down east
lj1The Newberry HERALD,'a publishe
weekly at Newberry, S. C., by Thos.]I
Greneker, Ed. & Propr., is one of th
siibsie'st and wittiest as wvell as one<
adsomiest papers on our list."
~M. J..Eusebins~Berley, of Pomaria
g zaduated the 1st instant at tbeChatrles
ton Medical College. fle..s now a&
fedged M. D., and is authorized to ad
igiister pis and potions to all wb
eed them. Mr. Berley took a hagn
stand in ~his class. Ha received th
'rz for the.bestreport of Dr. Kinloch
letres'oni Surgery-the prize bein
two-handsame volumes of Dr. Groos
jefm of Surgery.
If afilicted with that most painful an
annoying disease.. He ivk4oidS
Piles, use Tabler's Bdckeye Tile Omnt
ment. It is via laii14 essad eve
the longest standing, and establishes
~~ont care. Procure a bottle an
ive Piie 50 cents. White
Cream -White Veriinuge is the hei
wynii,killer. For, sale by Dr. W. J
A barn containing 175 or 200 bushel
of corn belonging to Mr. John V
Monts, near Pomnaria, was burned las
Friday night. The fire was discovere
about 3 o'clock in the upper part of tU
bilding, which shows that it must hai
been the act of an incendiary. TI
stables near by, in which were all hi
Mots' horses and mules, narrowly a
eied the flames. Noclue to the pe
MIYNN & TAIANT,
Drugists and Pharmacists.
MOTHER DIRLING'S INFANT
Soothing for children when Teething.
FOR THlE LIVER.
Southern Liver Regulator.
r I Simmons' Liver Regulator.
Hill's Liver Regulator, (H. H. P.)
.immons' Hepatic Compovind.
FOR THtE THROAT
Balsam Wi,d Cherry.
Chlorite Potash Tablets.
Brown's Bronchial Troehes.
"Our Own Conzh Mi2ture."
r gyri;p Tar and Wild Cherry.
Ayer'u C%erry I?ectoral.
D Honey and Tar Drops.
I Pure God Liver Oil.
r Cod Liver Oil with lyp-.phophika#.
- GA;.DEN SET)
ALL FESR AND GNN*TINE.
Do not forget that we h,ve the Genuine
N. G. Buncombe Cabbage Seed
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0 Blue Stone, Coppera, Camphor, Borax,
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FINE PERFUJMERY, &c., &c.,
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
By Regular Graduates of Pharmacy, at
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Feb. 16, 'l--tf DRUG STORE.
iThe American Farmer
SFor March ist~, sti;l further improved in
appe-arance and convenience by haiving it..
-leaves smithed and trimmedec, is full of sea
In the issue for March 15th, ihe awards
will be announced of the prizes for the bes.t
essays on mixed farming, improved live
- stock, fruit growain:, trucking and tobacco,
and the editors say a treat is in store for
- their readers. The Farner is a friend
n those semi-monthly visits should be wel
r come by every farmer. It is published by
Sam'l Sands & Son, Baltimore, at $1.50 a
year, or at $1 to clubs of five or more.
, Peter0n'i, Myagazine,
,. "The Ladies' favorite," as it is generally
called, is before us, for A pril, and is even
-. better thau usuaL., Among other costly
, embellishments, it has a "Colored Pattern for
s a Table-Cover," one of those new and
stylish affairs only to be-found in this mag
azine, and alone worth the price of the
number. The steel engraving, and the
double-sized colored fashion-plate, are also
exceptionally fine. There are some fifty
1illustrations for the fashions and for the
~work-table, giving the latest styles and
patterns for both. No other lady's book
t rivals this in the high character of its liter
ature. Every lady ought to take this mag
, azine. Specimens are sent, gratis, to those
wishing to get up clubs. We advise our
I. friends to try it., for one year at least.
Address Peterson's Magazine, 306 Chesnut
Sreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
-~ "AJways Relieves Her."
W. E. P11.0kM, Druggist, New berry, S. C.
e I have used yonr "Pectoral 3yrup" in my
it family with great benefit. My wife is trou
-bled, now and then, from Colds and Coughs,
- arising from measles contracted several
; years ago. Whenever troubled your Pec
toral always relieves her.
9-3 . J. CALVIN NEEL.
s A Fifty Dollar Cold Watch for Only One
It ha2rdly seems possible that the
above can be true, bunt it is. Ludden
& Bates say so, and their word isas
good as a bond. Thf'ey publish the
Souhern Musical Journal, and will pos
itively present some cne Subscriber be
tween January 1, and A pril 1,.next,
with a Ladies Gold Watch. Cash Value
$50. Remit one Dollar, and get Jour
nal one year and a ticket in the next
Quarterly Drawing. April 1. for the
watch. If you don't get the watch you
uilget the Journal, and thus receive a
large equivalent for ycur money. Send
3 cent stamp for Specimen Copy con
taning $1.00 worth of beautiful music,
S.and gi.ving full information as to tbe
Drawing. Address Ludden & Bates,
Liens for Sale.
d-Blink Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Kedafl's.Treatise on the Horse..
- This valuable book is for sale asthe
HER ALD BOO, &fOre, priee only 25 cents
dfor single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
- eseto whichabhorse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and anxiety.
.Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALD BQOX STORE.
. ~The best.Organ at Eduard Scholtz,a,,
e Ther Columbia Register will be club
'e bed with the HERALDn as follows: Weelz
t -ly Register and HERAY.D e3.5, 2I
. toeely Register and HERALD $5, Dailyj
Register and HERALDw $8.75.
- The Weely Yeoman and HERAL.n at
dr KENDALL'S TREATISE .A
ON THE HORSE
g AND HIS DISEASES, -A
Will be given for the next
THIRTY DAYS A
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS
g TO THE HERALD. J
This i a valuable book, and
g should be in the pose.sioin of -
every f4rmer. Take the HERALD
g' and secure a copy. .
g 10-4 T. F. GREN2KER. .
Cen. Y. J. Pope,
Of Newberry, is spoken of for th
nomination of Attorney-General on tb
next Democratic State ticket. He is
gentleman of high character and gre
ability. exceedingly popular and stron
with the people, and will doubtless con
mand a powerful support.
The Debating Club
Decided Frsday night that it is n<
desirable that this government have
plural executive. To-morrow nig
the Club will discuss the phonetic syi
tepa of spellipg.
The Club elected the following off
cers for the ensuing month; Presiden
Prof. A. P. Pifer; Vice-President, I
W. Simkins, Esq.; Secretary, Mr. 9
H. Hunt, Jr.; Critic, Rev. Luthe
A Foolish Mistake.
Don't make the mistake of confoundin
a remedy of merit with quack meceine
We s.i.: from experience whent we so
that 1arkcr's Ginger Tonic is a dEeclin
health restorative which will do all ib-t
claimed for it. We have used i; ouiselvi
with the happiest results for Rhenmatis
and when worn out by overwork. See ad;
A Financial Basis.
A colored man driving a poor hors
attached to a small wagon loaded wit
fodder was accosted by a friend an
brptier on the street as follows: "Hi
dar, Sam, what fQr ypq bying dat foddc
here? Why don't you giye it o di
poor horse?" Sam replied: "You foo
nigger; dere's money in de fodder, bi
dar aint no money in de horse." Man
farmers seems to act on the same prii
ciple: thore is money in cotton, but n
money in corn and oats and therefoi
they raise all cotton.
A Drummer Heard From.
W. E. Pug.zAx-DzAz SIR: I have use
your "Pect9ral Syrup" for Coughs and Col<
and can recommend it as a spppific. Sulf
ing with a bad cough I tried a bottle of tt
Pectoral and after one or two doses exp
rienced immediate relief.
B. I. SIMMONS,
Pf Robt. Haugh 4Sons,
9-3 " Baltimore, Md.
I The dwelling-house of Henry Kenni
dy, colored, was burned down Frida
morning about 2 o'clock. The hons
was a large two-story building, and ws
sinated in that portion of Newberr
known as !j$ragel Town." The flr
started in the upper portion of tb
house near one of the chimneys; tb
cause is not known, but is supposed I
have been accidental. The Hook
Ladder Company did good servicei
preventing the fire from spreading I
the surrounding buildings, .and th~
peigbors succeeded in getting out mo:
of ' tbe furr.ture. The house was it
sred in the Queen (Mr. F. A. Sco
agent) for $1,500, which will fully col
er the loss; the furniture, nearly all<
whicb was saved, was insured for $304
Henry Kennedy was in Columbia al
tending the Republican Conventio
when the fire occurred.
A trio of unhappy devils hired a was
on last Friday and went fishing. Tk
boss fisherman who inaugurated tL
party induced the others to go unde
false promises, first that the roads wer
not bad, second that catfish were hur
gry for shad roe bait, and, third. the
Ithey need take nothing as every prepi
ration had been made. Melanchol
ted from their unhappy faces like earl
morning clouds, the prospect delighte
them. But it all proved delusive, th
boss is a romancer. In the first plac
the roads were just fearful, and it wi
about all the party could do to maintai
their seats in the wagon; secondl2
afer getting to the river the cats had ni
appetite for rop bait, although fixed n
in nice little muslin pellets just hi
enough to he swallowed easily ; ani
thirdly, meal and bacon constituted tb
supply of provisions. Had it not bee
for Fayt's comfortable fire on the banl
of the river under the pale shine of tt
moon, the admirable manner in whic
the old maumer who occupies the mi
house, made up the corn dodgers an
fried the meat, and the long yarns <
the boss, sad would have been the!
fate. It was determined by -a pluralit
of votes to shoot the man who propose
Bush B.iver for a fish again.
Notes from Kinard's.
The grain crops throughout this r<
gion are promising, and the spirits<
the husbandmen are reviving. Thei
is talk of corn-planting the presel
week. Through the days of recei
spring-like sunshine the plowehare hi
glistened in every field, and the boso!
of mother earth begins to throb wii
the inspiration of bringing forth, as it
being prepared by the Lord of the ha
vest, we trust, for an abundant yield.
The roads, for so long a time so dui
cult to travel, are resuming their wonte
spring and summer smoothness, ari
the temples of the most high God, whic
so dot this beautiful regiorr, are agal
being filled. Sabbath.by Sabbath, wil
attentive listeners to the everlastin
truth as it is in Jesus Christ, as it is pr<
claimed from the pulpits of the sever;
The first Quarterly Conference M.ee
in for North Newberry'Crredit, Si 4
Conference,recently held'at "Tranquil
near Jalapa, was . a season of unust:
interet at that time-bonored.ehurl
There were large congregations in a
tendance and the preaching by th;
eminent man of God, Rev. C. H. Pritel
ard, was with much fervor of the spiri
Kinard's has an interesting schoc
which has been built up by the persii
ent efforts of a few who appreciate tl
incalculable advantages of educatioi
Of this school Miss Maggie Brown, ii
accomplished sistpr of Mr. J. W. Brotw
is 'echer. The Sundlay School at db
point isalso in ahigh.state of useft
ness as indicated by the fasct that the:
were fout applications for church mer
bership, from the ranks of it, of love
young girls, on Sabbath last, after tI
service of th .o-ning honr at Sharo
A TALK WITH A PRACTICAL FARMER. IV
How to Make Farming SuccessfuL
We had a long talk a few days ago with
Mr. J. A. Crotwell, one of Newberry's.
- most successful farmers, on the subject
of farming. His ideas on the subject [ k
I appear to us as of much practical value.
The conversation began by our asking K
Mr. Crotwell whether he proposed to
keep a *~s o~cii
3 ep a WESTERN CORN CRIB .i
this year. His reply was that be did
not; that he has planted 140 acres in sp
wheat and oats, and intends to make
food enough for himself, his hands and
his stock. He will reduce his cotton
acreage this year one-fourth; next year
he will reduce it one-half, and will keep St
it there. The Lien Law he regards as
having proved a great injury to the th
farming interests. Enacted at a time
e when cotton was high, it was expected
e that the farmers would easily pay their ro
a liens and have money enough left over
t to be independent. But cotton went ne
r down, and many farmers got deeper n
debt. They have been making frantic
efforts to get out by P
RAISING BIG COTTON CROPS;
but every effort has sunk them deeper. R
The effect of the lien system has been
t to force the farmer to raise too much th,
cotton, which he is compelled to sell at
t a low price while he pays a high price
for his provisions. Mr. Crotwell gives W
his idea of proper farming thus: Pitch
'your crop the
FI$T OF SET7ER, re
and work according to system. With 1
r -one mule and a hand hired for 50 cents
a day you can sow 15 acres of grain in th
15 days of September; and 15 acres in ye
15 days in October. As the mule would
g otherwise be idle, you thus have 30
I. acres of grain sown down at an expense
V of $15, exclusive of the cost of seed, and
that you should raise. In November
a fix up a few small patches of Lucerne, br
Sor cliDyer of some kind. With the same he
;pole in Decemaber and 4qnur5 haul in
firewood; and litter to make manure.
In February begin to prepare for cotton.
This same mule can attend 30 acres in
e cotton also, making all together
60 ACRES TO THE MULE. at
d Plant no corn except in bottoms. When a
, the small grain is cut plant the stubble
r down in peas in rows 24 inches apart n(
t with a two-footed plow. The reasons ot
, in favor*of peas against corn are, (1)
t that they are worth just as much as corn, in
y (2) the cost of raising them is about H
t- one-third that of raising corn, and, (3),
o they fertilize the land, while corn ex
e hausts it. Next year p
REYERgE THE iRO';
plant small grain Where cottgn was
planted the year bfore, and cotton a
d where grain was. Do this, and the fer- b
tilizing by cotton seed and peavines
r.r on the farm will improye the b(
e . 'eyiry year; and in twenty-one r
years the land will be as rich as when 10
the timber was first cut off it. By this
plan of farming a farmer gets a living
of his land for himself and stock; the F
bands get their living; and the potton sa
brings-clear money. Some will say cl
that a mule cannot tend sixty acres;
- but Mr. Crotwell says it can do it easily y(
y if it has the right kind of a man to as- re
e sist it. To prove this he says that year th
s before last Mr. Hamilton Fellers culti
y vated on his place 80 acres of cotton
e with two mules, making 50 bales and ce
e made besides with these same mules at
e that year 200,000 bricks, and hauled s~
o with them'$250 worth of wood. A
' great many farmers don't know what a F1
a mule can do, because they have never m~
o given him a fair showing. s
e Mr. Crotwell says that one serious
t mistake many farmers make is in
PUTTING OFF FARIfNG OPERATIONS
t TILL JAN~UARY; re
thatt a fitrnler sioqld lay all his plans,
pitch his crop, and begin his years
and early winter, the best time for di
working, is in great part wasted and ce
stock is kept idle at a big expense,.
while the farmer is dawdling about D
waiting for January to come. Another Ti
- serious mistake is to buy mules, wagons p1
e and farming implements (all which
e cost heavily) and to leave the care of
r these things to laborers who have no
e permanent interest in them. A farmer
-should look after these things closely h
t and see that they are Laken care of, and
-that he gets the full value out of them. gr
y If left to tenants and laborers who are p1
y not pecuniarily interested in their pre- toc
d servation they soon go to wreck and
e ruin, and then comes a big expense in
e replacing them.
a Another mistake is in expecting to
n get everything from the land without
r, giving back to the land anything. If a
o farmer makes $500 off a piece of land H
p he should put $250 of it back on the land nm
g in improving it. There ought to be a be
, law to punish a man for allowing his al
e land to go to waste.
n Mr. Crotwell says that with a long hi
: handle hoe. a spade and a rake he can r
e go on almost any land in this County i
h and make a plenty for himself and his
i two children; as much or more than
d the average farmer makes with a mule
for two. p
ir Mr. Crotwell gives the following ad- S
y vice: If you would have your farm well cI
i attended to attend to it yourself and see tb
that you raise your own provisions at
least; but if you don't care, get some- a
body else to attend to it for you, and h
then it doesn't matter much -what is h
~planted. He says: "Farmning is a slow a
esiwness; but it is a sure business, cer
t Disappointment in matters of pleas- a]
ure is hard to beborne, in matters af- ti
feting health it becomes cruel. Dr. a]
Bull's Cough Syrup never disappoints
those who use it for obstinate coughs,k
colds, irritation of throat and lungs, etc. K
. Cive Aid to a Good Cause ! p
d We learn that the ladies of Sharon e'
d Methodist Church, in connection with
h others of Hopewell and Tabernacle, as- er
n sisted by their noble-spirited sisters of k
h thd Baptist Churcb, will spread a "Hot ui
g Supper" at Martin's Depot, on the even- et
>- ing. of the 24th of March, inst., to raise
l means to aid in finishing and furnishing
the parsonage of North Newberry Cir
-cit. It is expected that there will be a
ha tige gathering. Features of innocent
',ittractionl and entertainment will be
provided for the young of both sexes.
Cotributions iu money and meats, i
akes, etc., are solicited, arnd a general
invtation to Christians of all denomni
nations, and those who will aid this
t good cause, is hereby extended.
I, Suit the Action.
ht Liiiment' in the world for
man or beast is doussens' Lightning
s Liniment- For Rheumatism, Lame
i, Back, Pain in side, Neuralgia, Corns
is -and Bunions, it is acertain care, and
1- ifor Spavin, Ringbone, Galls, Cuts and
e Scratches on animals, it is the best s<
a- remedy known. Price 50 cents a bot- -s
Ly tIe. White's Cream White Vermifuge ti
i is the best worm killer. For sale by. ii
i n.. W F1. Pelham. eow_ g'
arious and all About.
Farmers are busy now.
The prospects for crops are good.
Humpty Dumpty has come and gone,
Likewise their very precocious don
And the next show will be Hazel
We regret to see so mitch money go
A few dollars of it might be better
ent in taking a live paper.
The town of Abbeville taxes its dogs
Read the letter of the Master of the
Mr. Bull, of Orangeburg, is clerk at
e Newberry Hotel.
Mr. W. T. Wright has painted the
of of the College building.
Mr. Jno. S. Fair has moved to his
w home-the Humbert place.
The subscribers who came in and I
id up on Sale-day are trumps.
Mr. S. P. Kinard is still very low,
d appears to be growing worse.
We never saw land break up under I
e plow in better condition than now.
"Hazel Kirke's" only visit to us this
ason. Monday, March 20th, remem
Mr. Thos. V. Wicker had a family
anion last Saturday to celebrate his
Peach trees are in full bloom; earlier
an usual. The fruit was killed last I
ar the 28th of March.
"Hazel Kirke" has been performed
er 1,100 consecutive times, the long- 1
t run on record.
Mr. A. G. Maybin's potato bank was
oken into Friday night, and about
61f his potatoes stolen.
"Hazel Kirke" is like the sun with
i shadow and sunshine-pathos and
y delip,htfully mingled.
The three abominations of the day
e woman's rights, phonetic spelling
id the Gainsborough hat.
Additional mail facilities are much
eded on the Laurens R. R. The road
ight to have a mail agent.
The ran with the nose after nosing
to everybodys business has left town.
e now knows everything.
Mr. S. MeG. Simkins has formed a
rtnership in the practice of law at
gefield with Mr. F. L. Wardlaw.
The guano dealers appear to be doing
good business, judging from the num
r of wagon loads daily going out.
The new 5 cent postae stamp will
issued soon with the picture df Gar
td on it in the place of Zachary Tay
Dr. Moffett's Teethina '(Teething
)wders) will cure your child. For
le by all Proggists and Cpuntry Mer.
"Do as ye would men should do unto
c," is a glorious precept. Is this the
ason women kiss each other when
Job Printing of all kinds neaflv exe
ted at this office. All kinds of paper
Ld cards kept in stock. Prices rea
Our Photo Artists will soon leave for
orida, and we take occasion to re
nd the public that now is the time to
Beard, of the Kershaw Gazette, is re
onsible for this: The editor-first in
e hearts of his readers and the last to
ach their pockets.
The Jewisb feast of Purim- began last
~turday. This feast is to celebr'ate the
ierance of the .Jews from the ma
inations of Hamian.
A colored man of this County, Lewis
acett, bought 6,000 pounds of bacon
2esday. He runs two or three large
antations of his own.
The man who promised to settle last
ek forgot to do so before leaving
wn, and we know that his conscience
is troubled hizra ever since.
The Household Specialty Company's
-ocery package is a novelty which
eses ever ybody. Ask your grocer
see it, or send for a sample.
From present indications the candi
btes for Legislative honors idill be
dite numerous in this County. We
ive heard of quite a number already.
For several days of the past week the
EA.D has been Compelled to hire a
an to stand at the door with a double
rrel shot gun to keep the spring poets
Mr. W. T. Wright has burned the
~dge of McCarty rose in front of his
sidene; it was set out by Gen. Gar
gton over 20 years ago. It will grow
This is the right time to plant Irisb
tatoes, and at the same time plant
in oar hands and you will reap a
op of fifty-two HERA.LDS. Think of
Fayt's attention during the last mel
icholy 'fish', and the old maumer's
t corn bread and fried bacoll, will
>ld a .place in our memory till the cows
Remember that this is campaign year,
id that a good newspaper to give you
the news is what you need. Our
anks are tendered to those who have
ready come in.
How many suffering maidens in this
wn will be comforted by "Hazel
irke's" experience and ultimate hap
ness, as will be portrayed Monday
rening. March 20th.
We invite the attention of our read
s to the advertisement of the Buckeye
g Co., Marion, Ohio, in another col
nnu. They offer rare inducements to
ra an honest living. 28-6m.
Shall our partdng be forever
When we speak the sad good bye;
Or will sunbeams come to cheer us
In a fairer, brighter sky ?
-Loomis' Muas. Journal.
That depends on the road taken.
Newberry paid 75 and 50 cents for
e privilege of being humbugged by
mpty Dumpty, while. other places
ay 50 and 25. And these high prices
hen the Opera House was rented for
Mr. W. A. Cline, of Newberry, and
[r. Simon Peter Boozer, of Greenwood,
ill begin the erection soon of three
rick stores in Greenwood. Mr. Chine
uinks Greenwood has a big future be
Fred. A. Schumpert says there is
mething new under ethe sun, as he
w a gander hung to a cow's tail and
ie cow ini a fast trot, evidently think
ug that old Nick had hold of her. The
Again we ask for the County news
from our subscribers. Short, spicy -
items add greatly to the interest of the
paper. Give us an account of what
bappens in your neighborhood.
Mr. E. A. Scott, like a foine jintle- fy
man, has had aslope pnt on his store!
.tep to drip off the rain and at the same
'ime to facilitate the ingress of his
riends and customers. He is always
We intend loading our double bar
reled six shooter with cow peas to shoot
he first man who asks us to go fishing
n Bush River again. It's our opinion
bat goose staffed with-or rather that
he cats have all swum West.
The fi-qt Quarterly Conference of the
cwberry Methodist Church will begin
o-aorrow. Services at the Church at
[I A. M. Presiding Elder Pritchard
vill preach Saturday and Sunday.
ove Feast Sunday morningat 9 o'clock.
There was a pretty fair crowd in
own Monday. The Master sold the
bllowing: In case of Mary E. Doug
ass et al., vs. Jas. P. Beard, Nancy
Fohnson et al., for partition-247 1-2
teres, bounded by lands of S. C. Har- na
,rove, dec'd., Wm. Wallace, L. C.
dcCracken and others, to Dr. Jno. A.
larmon for 81,740. The Probate Judge
Lnd Sheriff made no sales.
'S0,000 would not purchase from
ne what S. S. S. has effected in my
,ure. Thus writes Archie Thomas, ed
ter of the Republican, Springfield, b1c
Cenn. A few bottles of this simple
regetable remedy, S. S. S., accom- fo
>lished such seeming impossibilities.
heamatism cannot remain in the sys- a
em after the blood has been purified.
rice, $1.00 and $1.75 per bottle.
,"The town of Newberry has built a L
iandsome Opera House at a cost of fif
een or twenty thousand dollars, and ,.m
>n Monday night of last week the same
as formally dedicated. Anderson is
E great need just now of a similar
louse. and we are just as able to build
t as Newberry was to build hers. Shall
,e have it?"--Anderson inelligencer.
Certainly Anderson is just as able to
)uild an Opera House as Newberry.
[sn't Anderson a city, while Newberry
s only a one-horse town?
We witnessed a sad sight on the
atreets a few days ago: an intelligent,
ood lookiing man being carried by two
olicemen to the guard house drunk.
Arhile his son, a handsome little fellow
>f ten or twelve years, followed along
tfter him screaming with fright. When
.he door of the guard hoise was locked
he little fellow stood on the outside
%nd cried as if his heart would break
md there was nobody to comfort him.
Many sad sights are witnessed almost
laily on our streets as the rest of
Two More Runoffs.
The Laurens train ran off about nine
niles above Newberry Saturday. There
as nobody hurt, and the damage to
:he cars was not gre;t.
Tuesdav the passenger coach ran off
2ear Kinard's. There were several
passengers on board, and they got-a
pretty rough jolting, the train running
ifty yards after the coach left the irons.
rhe coach, which was a fine Delaware
nake. was pretty badly smashed; but
iobody was hurt.
This thing has got to be monotonous, Or
ird if it don't stop somebody will get &
aurt pure. L_________M
Past Master Boone has returned from
Mr. 0. B. Butler has moved to Gaines
Mrs. Mower left Monday for New B
york to buy goods.
Mrs. W. L. Glaze,' of Orangeburg,
das spent tbe past week with her mo
her, Mrs. Herbert. D1
Messrs. S. S. Langford, J. Y. McFall
and WV. T. Wright have gone North
or the purchase of goods.
Mr. James M. Crawford, of Chester LA
Dounty, has been spending some days
with old friends in Nev' erry-.s
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine,
The number for A pril is an unusual
ly attractive one ; the editor, Rev. Dr.
falmage, cortinues his interesting
papers, ''People I Have Met"; he alsoio
:escribes "What I Saw of Mormon
is," and in the "Home Pulpit"7 is a
Sermnon by him on the subject "Long- ,a
vity." .There are admirable articles,
Eely illustrated, entitled "A Mission- A,
ary Explorer" (David Livingstone), 9
'Renminiscences of an old New York
r," "A Journey to the Oldest City
in the World," "The Recent Canoni- V'
tation of Saints at Rome," etc., etc.
In the department of fiction "Prudence ~
Winterburn" and "Margaret's Ene- X
y" are continued ; a new serial by
Geo. MacDonald, LL.D, "Weighed g
and Wanting," is commenced, and sr
there are short stories, sketches and M
essays by distinguished writers. The ~
poems possess great merit, and several cc
are beautifully illastrated. The mis- ~
ellany is, as usual, abundant, enter- sFi
taing and instructive, There are
besides, those *interesting features, N~
Editorial Comments," "Religious 1i
Facts and Fancies," "The Collection s~
Basket," "Obituary Notices," etc., El
etc., so that as regards the variety and I
excellence of the contents the 8un- ~
day Magazine may challenge com
parison with the best of its contempo- |I.
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Our Puzzle Corner.
ANSWERS TO LAST PUZZLES.
CURTAILXMNrS.-I. Chart, char. 2.
inffy. chuff. 3. Clang, clan. 4. Clif
P I N E
A N N A
PHONEIC CHARADE.-Oscar Wilde.
WORD PUzzLE.-Ideal, deal, lead,
F-m-, i-p-e-t-f-x-r-m-6,-e-a-s A
. An expression of gratitude. E
2. A water fowl.
3. To ascend.
. A little nose. 110
5. To rest on the knee.
Composed of 14 letters.
Ky 1, 2, 3, 4, 6. 4. 8, 7, is a girl's
gy 14, 13. 11, 11, is precious. !
A.y 5, 12, 9, 7. is an animal.
Ay whole is a well known poem.
1. Transpose a Spanish town into a
?. Transpose a Russian town into
. Transpose a parish in Ireland into
L. Transpose a small river in Spain
o single. L J.
ETER REBUS. (A deceased ruler.)
B 0 l l. BAics.
The great superiority of DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP over I
by the immense popular demand
for that old estaU94 rmedy. j
'or the Cure of Coughs, Colds
loarseness, Crqup, Asthma, Bron
>Onsumption and for the reliefof
,onsumptive persons in advanced
tages of the Disease. For Sale wt
yVall Dipggists.-Prix*, 25 ents, an
NEmER S. 0., Mar. 8, 1882.
od rdlary.....'.......... 9*510 "'
w Middling.............. -..10ji101 sh
od Middling ................10Ii10* [r.
Newberry Prices Current.
coE3cED Ws.T . -
y J1. N. MARTIN & CO. ge
Shoulders, Prime-New... b 9
ShouderSurar Cured.... 9Obe
Sid . New.------..- 114 th
Sides, Long New...........a 10
Uncanvassed Hams.....1 .
Canvassed Hams, (Magnelis) 1
Leaf.in Tier ...........1 -
Leaf, i 3ue........
New Orleans.. .10.......
ew Orlean.s ..... 75n
UYolt Hen............... 1.20
APE.......................--- 0 i
CEN RTDLE .. 1
TenesSe ........-. 10 p
ltedR A................... 10 ta
AP...)e...............-- .5S 0
RO TES, rbu........ ..... 8.001.0
LIEL AI.......E.......... 12
DY .......................,.. 7. 2 0 i
ICENTRATED FRLE...,.. GUIDE
A CoAored Pla DEE... Flwes, -
LEWErS. ntnh............ a2 Di0
DtOATS-for gr........--. 75Is hansom
aror 188Is cont Elgat iso ofne inl Pages,
oglColored GPrans If yo ftwad
re' Shan1D0 alurteonst of the wrd
Lton FORL groEwig. te s hototandm
owg the ne al o oia
PGSeadr, 6woloed0Plcens,a n Inlls.
or 0cets n p pre co ed 1.0In De
sch. n GermanI or afterward
rLseedsrs edct fr 10 ets. a cpe o
71K' SAMEDS VaCe Rocbs iher wl.
t FMoALY IEa maine ell how to ge n
>r a50 esiun rearn cover contins -
abl clu.mn rm5.and erydaor will '
d may fhainebl Prie1.5e
aiefr - aFive entr Specimen oe
uner supnot of thephns tilcesfrp
lintS. CAddress, alcheok psI
toe At isR Var CK,l ed e seter h.Y thI
OUR asefoOt. IlnTHfLY.sct .1
rabe pcolum and e~eyedao pilT
made t wort the Po. W
Citn,S C, ho allterkupon C.t
- should. be en -toc ote7
Pianos and Organs.
(HT IS HOME WITHOET
hat Is Home WI hout ie.
Well, well, .lon't g,-t mad abont i4 and
k in such big cap0i:.
CHICKERING, MATHUSHEK, ARION,
OR SOUTHERN GEM PIANO.
[ome, Sweet Home!
st be made a hapny place, and if it does
contain a Piano or Organ,-it
)nly hall furnished.
ORDER AT ONCE
MASON & HAMLIN, PELOUB-T
GO., OR SHONINGER ORGAN.
[N'T WAIT ALWAYSI
f you can't pay all casE, seLd- for odr
arge sales with small, living profits as
policy, firs, last and always .
GREENILLE, S. C.
he will Sell yet at Iaaufae.
tarer's factory Prices
)ei-. 15, 16--1-.y
'ATE OF SOUTHQ ~AdL A
COUNTY OF NNEkURY'
IN COMMON PLEA
sauna V. Caldwefll t?aintiIf,. against
Fohn G. Wilson, as Atiniror-oft
ersonal Estate.of WI1am S, Caldwe,
leeased, and as an isdividual,. MaryP
5pence, Oaldwell Booze,olichld of
osa . Booser, dec'd - : t & a;6:t'
Wilam Wilson, .Yernon O ilson,
rhomas N. WisW; John t:.aldwef,
rohn Caldwell,.--ieamtdi at
0mons for Reliei"(Com Served.)
the Defendants John C. Wilson,. as A
Uinistrator of the Personal EstateoWiax
iam S. Caldwell, deceased and as an i0
lividual, Mary P. Spence, Samuel Oakd
well,- William Wilson, -ThomasN. Wilson;1
Fernon C. Wilson, John C. Caldwelk.
ohn.Caldwell, - Blount, and CaW
well Boozer, only child of Rosa -Boosir
fou are hereby summoned and required.
answer the complaint in this aion, of
ich a copy is herewith served upon yee
I to serve a copy of your answer to the
d complaint on the subecriber"at-his -
at Newberry Court House, South.CarO
a, within twenty days after the service
reof exclusive of the day of seb set
e; and if you fail to answer the Co
in& within the -time aforesaid, the plain
in this action trill appfy to the Court foe
relief demanded in the complainu.
Dated 1st day of January, 18823.
s.] E. P. CH ALMERS, C. 0. P.
the Defendants Samuel Caldwell,' J*e .
Dalwell and - Blount.
rake notice th~at the summons in thz so
n, of which the foregoing is a copy;was
id inthe office ofthe Clerkof t.hp.Cone
Common Pleas for the Cony, of liew
ry, in the State of South 0la1ns61
Stwentieth day.of Februar, A. D.-IS8%~
Y. J POPE, .
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