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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, MARCII 23, 1882.
IxDcx -ro NIrW ADVaRTJsEexWTS.
J. B. Fellers-Citation.
HenrjJ; Rennies-Tbe Stock Law.
A. Koppel-German Steam Bakery.
Household Speciahy Co.-Something New
Uvter tbe Sun.
Wrgt & J. W. Coppock-Spring and
Tho.:Greneker-New Goods in Plain
J. C. MeCurdy & C .-A-en ts Wanted for
56ivaii's Ireland of To-day.
John B C-trwilt--Report of the Condition
of the National Bank of Newberry, S. C.
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Newberry, S. C.. Feb. 12, 1882.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mr. Mordecai J. Boyd, of this Coun
ty, died at the residence of his cousin,
Mr. Frank Boyd. of Edgefield County,
the 14th instant, in thw forty-second 3 car
of his age, of consumption an4 dropsy.
He had been in failing health for ser
ial months, but was confined to his bed
only two weeks. He was conscious up
to the moment of his death, and died in
perfect peace. He leaves four children,
two bdys and two irls, the oldest be
ing about ten'years of age.
Paas'Dyes-:-for Easter Eggs-at
A Sable Caught in Saluda.
Mr. H. 'S. Nichols reports that for
several nights his fish trap in Saluda
River was raided by some animal that
ate the fish. Wednesday night he set
A trap forthe raider, and the next morn
ing he found a sable in the trap.
Parties wanting Fertilizers for cash
or negotiable paper will see J. C, Taylor,
Saluda Old Town. Feb. 9,86-Sm.
Easter Cards and Other Coods.
We call especial attention to our
beautiful assortment of Easter Cards.
Such avariety has never been exhibited
nr Newberry. The variety and excel
lenee of new Stationery at the Hmum
Book Store is worth an examination.
Teas-something superior-at PEL.
Meis. ~Wright .A J. W. Cop:pock
have now in store a handsome assoi t
ment of Spring Clothing. The suits
are just 'too too' elegant and nobby, and
teprices considerably below last year.
Their stock of underwear is unsurpass.
ed, as is also their neck ties, hand ker
chiefs, &c. In hats and shoes they show
asplendid line. 'Their entire stock is
worth an exmination.
Floreston Cologne is grateful to invalida,
bcusr it is refreshing withbout the sicken
ing effect of most per fumes.
Better ta otn
brought in a load of potatoes Saturday
of which after distributing several bags
gratuitously, he sold fifty bushels at $1
per bushel. -He had& previously sold
-- $15 wortb, and kept sixty bushels for
hsown use; the whole had been raised
on half an acre. If our farmiers would
devote an acre or two to sweet and
Irish potatoes, onions, cabbage aind
other vegetables they would have pock
et change. .He has our thanks fora
sack. _ __
Soaps-in abundanace-chenp. Pitt
A Most Promising Beginning.
* On Monday last, with extremely shori
notice, Mr. McGowan Siwkins. the
young lawyer who~ has just settled ii
our town, made a speech in defence u
the eleven colored riotors who wer<
tried on that day. This was Mr. Simn
kins' first speech, but fully did it evinc<
the good stuff that is in himu. Indeedi
proved him to be already both a lawy.
and a speaker. And as we remember
edhis gallant father sleeping in hit
sol dier's grave, our soul was filled witi
joy tosethe promise of the worth:
son, h eleven negroes were aegmtl
A Fightful Accident
Dr. R. C. I(ibler, while 'at work i:
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Steam Mill a
'Prosperity, met with a frightful acei
dent Wednesday, the 15th. In attempt
'ing'to move a piece of timber out of tb
way he fell upon the saw, and was mar
L-gled. in a terrible manner. Bis art
- - was torn to pieces from the wrist a:
most to the shoulder,. and his thigh un
breast were-horribly -cut and lacerated
Doctors Simpson and..McFall rendere
him all the attention -possible. The
amputa~ted his arm. Thursday. D)
.Kibler's injuries were at first though
to be mortal, but heis now in afai
way to recover.
A Virginia physician writes thus
Sen4 aie one'dozen bottias of Portalin
by mail. and give me your pire by th
ro.I lnave bought all my druggis
ad. I 'bse it in my practice, and fin
- nart-lass regiudy for all d'peasesc
thebver Also liaving ba'4 occasio5nt
iire it to my horses'anid mules-findi
is worth rmore than all horse powdet
put to gether." Price 50 ets. White
Cream White Vermifoge is the be
worm killer. For sale by Dr. W.
NYBlN & -TARRANT,
Orugists aod Pharmacists,
MOTHER DARLNGIS INFANT
So-ithing [ r children when Teething.
FOIR. TIE LIVER.
1Southe rij L.iv*r it gtilator.
Siumos' Liver R,,-tI 11r.
iil.i'a ivr l..g,:h".r, (i. 11. P.)
Simmii,..- ll.-p -ti. ?'enpomn.
FR THlE Tl ItOAT
l.mina Wi.d Clrri.
Ch!orate Potash T.tbl.
Brown's Bronchial Trochg-,
"Our Own Couah Mixiiore"
Syrup Tar and Wild Chorry
At r's Cherry Pectoral.
Iloney aid Tar Drops.
Pule Ood Liver Oil.
Cod Liver Oi! with Hvpophosphites.
ALL FXESI AND GENUINE.
Do not forget that we i we the Genuine
N. G. Buncombe Cabbage Seed.
Fine Drugs and Chemicals,
BISMUTH, &c., &c.
Heavy Drugs and Chemicais,
Blue Stone, Copperas, Camphor, Borax,
Potash, Sal Soda, Bi-Carb. Soda, zul
phur, Indigo, Ala-n, Epsom Salts,
Castile Soap, white and mot
tIed, Pepper, Mustard, Ca
nary Seed, Salt Petre,
NtP., Etc., Etc.
For Patent Mediines,
FINE PERFUMERY, &c., &c.,
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
By Regular Graduates of Pharmacy, at
MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
Feb. 16, 7-tf DRUG STORE.
The correct census of thne population~
of New berry County, according to the
Statistical Bureau at Washington, is as
follows: No. 1. (Newlberry,) including
Newberry town, 4.482; No. 2, (Cald.
No. 4. (Gromer's,) 2,81; No. h. (Reed.
er's,) 2.344; No. 6. (Floyd's.) 2.830;
No. 7, (Moon's.) 2,102; No. 8, (Men.
denbhalls.) 2,230; No. 9, (Stony Batte
Iry,) including Prosperity town, 2,628;
No. 10, (Cannon's,) 1,840; No. 11,
The town of Newberry comies sev,
enth in population; those towns and
cities having a larger population than
Newberry are Charleston, 49,984; Col
ombia, 10.036; Greenville, 6,160; Spar
tanburg, 3,253; Georgetown, 2,557;
Beaufort, 2,549. New berry has 2,342.
Prosperity has 357.
A Foolish Mistake.
Don't make the mistake of confoundingi
a remedy of merit with quack medicines
We speak from experience when we sa'
that Parker's Ginger Tonic is a sterling
health restorative which will do all that i.
claimed for it. We'have used it ourselver
with the hrappiePresults for Rhreumatisn
and when worn out by overwork. See adv
IRELAND OF YO-DAY: The Causes ani
Aims of Irish Agitation. Illustrated. B'
M1. F. Sullivan, with an introduction by
Thomas Power O'Connor, 31. P. J. C.. Mc
Curdy & Co., Pubiishers, Philadelphia
Cincinnati, 0., Chicago, Ill.; St. Louis
To the great body of the people of the
United States, whose reading about the
lrish question has been almost necessarily
confined to publications writtep from th<
Enigish point of' view, and whq kniow Ire
land .onrly as thus represented, or rathec
naisrepresented, we especially commend this
WVe wish it could be brought to the atten
tiob of every one who is irndilferenat upon th
Irish question or has taken up the idea tha
it is an agitation causeless, or based oni
utpont s"ntimeuntl grievances.
They would find in this book no rhetori
eal generalitios or descriptions drawn fror
imnaginationt, but facts gathered f ronm source
*of unquestionable reliability, and statement
sby persons of unimpeachable varacity.
Entirely disconnected from the Irisl
Land movement, revealing the true natur<
.iand effe-ct of Irish landlordistm, its grindini
oppression, its exorbitant exactions, and thb
depths of squalid, hopeless poverty an!
misery so which it reduces Vrish ten~ants
wrhich require tno appeals to feeling to fil
very human mind with detestation of tha
t risjh land system, and commiseration fo
-those upon whom it has been imposed
The Publishers want Agents everywhere.
-Liens for Sale.
SBlank Liens for supplies and for rent
-for sale at this office.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
SThis valuable book is for sale at th
li ERALD Book Store, prnce only 25 ceni
for single copy, or five copies for $1.0(
tThis book tells you what to do for you
Shorse when sick, and treats of every di
ease to wvhich a horse is liable. Get
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
e5'l-tf HERAL.D BOOK STORE.
ag- The best Organ aL Eduard Scholtz's.
'The-Coliimbia beg~ister will be ela]
Sbed with the HERALr as follows: Weel
aly Register and -H ERAxD $3.50. i2r
'weekly Register and H ERALD $5, Dais
Register' and HERALD $8.75,
- Te Wekyeroman and HERA.D
The Jones' Truss-easiest ond beset
at PELHAM'S Drur. STORE. 1
KENDALL'S TREATISE '
ON THE HORSE
* AND IllS DISEASES, .
Will be given for the next
TO NEW SUBScitIlWR.
f- To TiHE- 1WLl.-. .
This 6. .t valuable bo,ok, and
- shmuld b)! ill the po iun of 2
everv f4rmer. Take the -IFIAM)
anti ei,ro a ccipy.
Was plared to a large auliene in
the Opera House Monday night. The
play wits new to the greiter portion of
the audience, and was enjoyed the more
on that account. One good feature of
the play is that the heroine does not
monopolize too much attention, but I
gives stfficient scope for good acting a
hy the minor characters of the play.
The best acting, or at least the most
pleasing. was not by Hazel Kirke; but
Pittacts Green and Dolly were the fa
vorites. Pittacus was excellent. Rod
ney, Dunston Kirke, Barney O'Flynn s
and Met were good in their parts. Lord h
Travers was rather disappointing, his
acting was so precise and cold under
such alfecting circumstances; but we
suppose that was right, and that it is
not proper that a Lord should exhibit
much feeling. The performance was '1
good throughout; the best that New- c
berry has had since M'Liss was here.
M. E. PELUM, Druggist.
Dear Sir: I have used your "Pectoral C
Svrrp" for Coughi and Colds in my family,
and an pl.ease4 ;p tst.e %ith much benefit.
A Fire Department
The Town Council is considering the I
question of providing a fire engine for i
Newberry. By the reorganization of
the fire department in Charleston seve- s
ral companies were left out, and an en
gine could he bought from sonie of the
'etired companies at about half price.
The practicability of getting water from c
the railroad tank i?to cisterns in difler- d
ent parts of town is being consid6ied,
and Mr. Girardeau was out a few days
ago making a survey of the ground at
the request of Council. Mr. Girardeau
gives us the following data: The ground
at the tank is 1 3-4 feet higher than I
that on the Court House square; the t
t4pk, 4t the bottom, is 9 feet from the
jgroun'; 'the distance fom the tank to
the square, by way of the street, is 1,- r
The cost of establishing a fire depart
ment after this plan would not be very J
heavy. 'Engine, say, $1,000; 2-inch
piping 20 cents per foot; and the cost
of making the cisterns.
Aladdin Secgrity Oil-150 deg. fire
test-35c. per gal. PEL$AI4'S Da'a
STORE. It T
Convicted at Eighty-five.
At the last term of Court an old col
"red man named Wm. Wallace was
convicted, in his absence, of hog steal
ing, and a sealed sentence was left by
tbe Judge. At the time of the trial no- 1
thing was known of his age or condi
tion; anq it has siuce become known
that the old fellow did not hiow ti at
he ought to come to Court, and had be,
known it he could not have come, on
account of his feeble condition. It is
also quite certain that he was really nott
guilty; his conviction arose from the I
fact that some meat was found in his
'house, which was thought to bp a part of
the stolen hog; but he bad just previoss- 1
ly killed a hog of his own. It would bp
next to impossible for the old negro to
steal a hog, or anything else. William I
is tbe first negro that Col. Hopkins 1
Williams ever owned, and he is eighty
five years old. He has not been ar
rested since his conviction; and the
Governor has expressed his intention of
granting him a pardon if the Judge and
Solicitor will recommend it, which they
will no doubt do.
Liamps-all kinds-astonishingly low
at PELtlA.is. 3t
Rev. A. A. Gilbert,
In a letter to the Sumter Walchman,
thus speaks of his new field of labor:
I am here in what is known as North
Newberry, the scope of my ministerial
Ilabors including a portion of the terri
tory of Laurens County. It is a beau
tiful country, with its red clay hills and
valleys now nestling in the picturesque
embrace of the verdant young grain1
crop, as it smiles in its promise of com
ing plenty-of "rest to the sowers and
bread to the eaters."
This is a most hospitable, kind-heart
ed Christian people with whom, in the
providence of God, myself and mother
less boys have been thrown. The kind
offices of thoughtful consideration, in
new of our peculiarly aglictive situa
tion, are among the blessed provisions
which God makes for relieving the ne
cessties of the voids whbich his inscruta
ble hand makes in the family circle.
One striking feature of this country.
which puts it a step beyond Sumter in
the -march toward a self-sustaining posi
tion: I have yet to sit at a table where
edibles are spread, on which was not an
ample supply of fine home-made butter,
and this notwithstanding the new fence
(no fence) law has been in operation
here for some time. The fences are
fast disappearing here from around the
planted fields, and the rolling wheels of
your buggy on the public highways;
amlig the dirt on the green oats and
ivheat which'skirt their v'ery u1argin.
Tbis country is fairly dotted witb
churebes-resbyteriani, Lutheran, Bap
tist and Methodist. So closely are our
hrethren of otber denominations neigh.
bore, that we have not a single appoint
ment, at our sit-churches, that is not
fixed on a Sabbath of the month which*
harmonizes with them-so thbat really
all the people may attend the public
worship in God's house, at some church,
every Sabbath day. And how beauti
ful is the spirit of Christian harmony
and commingling here exhibited. Some
of the warmest receptions I have had,
in Newberry County have been in the
homes of -Presbyterians, Baptists Kud
aL,utherans. This is graciously in ac
cordance with my own- Christian sensi
*Before yonr begig your heavy spring
work after a winter of relaxation, your
systeqi needs cleansing stiengthe<ning
to prevent an attack of Ague, Bilious
or Spring fev-er, or somhe other $pring
-sickness that will ungit you for r.seam
?son's work. You will save time, much
'sickness and great expense if you'will
use one bottle of Hop Bitters in your
tfamily this month. ~ Don't wait.-Bur
/arious and all About.
Our cry is more news.
The small grain crop is splendid.
Tuesday was the vernal equinox.
The spring calicoes are just lovely.
Dr. Fant has English peas half grown.
Send us items, good friendsa one and
Gardening has commenced in earn
Mrs. R. K flatien is dangerously ill
t her son's, Mr. Thos. Hatton.
You mav not Ieliev it, but the Lat
enq train hisnu't run off this week.
Another cotton vrop should not find
JewhPrry without a cotton f-ietory.
People caie from ten or fifteen miles
i the country to ms "Ilael Kirke."
Rter. E-1. Richardson,a eclorcd Meth
dist minister. died in town M -rda.
Mr. flenrv ). McCul!ough is very ill
t his zister's, Mrs. DaviA, at Helena.
Our nierchant; who went North are
ome aga3in with hig sto,-ks of goods.
See the beautiful Easter Cards at the
[erald Book Store. A splendid assort
A new bridge will soon be completed
ver Broad river on the S. U. & C. R.
Mr. B. J. Rnmage, Sr., has been very
ck for the past week, but is now much
See the beautiful Easter Cards at the
[erald Book Store. A splendid assort
A colored boy died in Columbia
'uesday from lockjaw caused from vac
The Council has prohibited the
lessrs. Clark from riding their tricycle
n the streets.
The colored people are subscribing
>r the HERALD. They will be the
'iners by it,
See the beautiful Faster Cards at the
lerald Book Store. A splendid assort
The Phrenakosmian Society anniver
iry comes off to-morrow night in the
The Lutheran'Church will soon have
ushioned soats throughout. The Ia
ies are at work.
Hazel Kirke drew splendidly, the
pera House being crowded by the
lite of Newberry.
See the beautiful Easter Cards at the
[erald Book Store. A splendid assort
Mr. Joel Abney and Miss Nannie
lark, of Edgefield County, were war
ed ibe 12'th irstant.
Rev. Turpin, the pastor of the A. M.
. Church in town, has gone to New
ork after his family.
We miss our opposite neighbor Nor
is, who has moved into more eligible
uarters on Main Street.
There are several parties in 9-ewber
y who are considerably agitat.ed on
e question of "futures."
See the beautiful Easter Cards at the
terald Book Store. A splendid assort
A. H. W. is iuformed that Newberry
las plenty of Barbers at this ime, with
,prospect of an incirease.
The weather is shoclsing to garden
ilants; they have not grown a mite in
Sweek. Too cool and wet.
Do not fail to see the Easter Cards at
be Herald Book Store. The assort
ent is beautiful. All prices.
Warner's Liter and Kidney Cure in
onjunction with his pills are hqppy in
heir efI'ects. Kept by all draggists.
Why can't Newberry be a city? She
aas a first-class Qpera House, a first
te bread wagon and ten bar-rooms.
See the beautiful Easter Cards at the
lerald Book Store. A splendid assort
Pomaria is moving forward. She
tas three bran new buildings-a dwell
ng-hoase, store-house and guano ware
Cross roads are most apt to be bad,
ays an exchange; but in Newberry we
ave straight roads which cannot be
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teething
'owders) will cure your child. For
ale by all Druggists and Country Mer
If you want Job Printing done bring
tour order to the HmmI4L office. Our
rices are cheap and work warranted
The Household Medicine Chest is a
multum in parvo,' just what you want.
[t is worth looking into. Send for a
Job Printing ef all kinds neatly exe
auted at this otlice. All kinds of paper
md cards kept in stock. Prices rea
We thank our corresponcients for their
favors. There is room for more. Write
as the news, and make your paper sec
>nd to none.
The negroes can be humbugged by
he Green backer and the patent medi
ine man, but they draw the line at the
It was reported in town last week
that Dump Boyle was dead in Union.
Dump says he knew it wasn't so as
soon as he heard it.
There are a half dozen holes in the
road between Mr. T. V. Wicker's antd
Mr. Ihawkins' which n2arly broke our
buggy on Friday last.
Dr. Jno. M. Thompson. of Silver
Street, set out two hundred and fifty
cabbage plants a month ago, and they
are growing off finely. ..
The Circuit decree in case of E. -A.
Bradley vs. Peter Rodelsperger, from~
this County, was affirmed by the Sum
preme Court Saturday.
During his absence from the offiec
the editor likes to have his chair filled,
but not when he retnrns. He is gene
rally tired at such times.
Gen. Pope would not only be "strong
with the people" but if made Attorney
General be would be st'rong in the pos
ton .-Laurensville Heral4.
Lovely spring weather egain, and il
s hoped thg t#ie backbone of winter y
broken. Spring poets, however, arn
warned tp keep away frorn this office.
Mr. Royce B. Hunter has gone te
Laurens to secure a place for a marbi<
yard and undertaker's establishment
He will go into business on his own ac
count at Laurens in the oourse of:
month or six weeks. Mr. Hunter is:
worthy and industrious young mar
and will no dounbt succeed.
"Hazel Kirke" was met at the depot
Monday with an elegant "coacb and
four*' from the stables of Dickert &j
Gist. and every young man in New ber
Joe says that the best lip salve in
creation is a kiss. The remedy, how
ever, should be used with great care, as
it may bring on an affectiona of the
Messrs. Baxter and Perdue are bnild
ing a handsome residence for Mr. J.
W. M. Simmons on Calhoun Street.
It wi!l be completed in two or three
A good friend from R:chburg, no- i
ticin- our plaintive cry for -som-bod1v
to hold us," l:t week, sent us two dol
Jars, which we acknowledge, and once
more go to work.
Koppel will not siug the song. which'
runs thus: 'In vain I tried to make my e
bread, by baking bred for others, b-- I t
caute I let it go on tick to little chil- h
Mr. Aldrich. the telegraph operator
at Alston. has been confined to his bed n
for a month with typhoid fever, but is ei
now convalescent. Mrs. Aldrich has it
also been very ill. I
An old negro woman named Hannah
Kelly was found dead in her bed at P
Helena Tuesday morning. She had
not been ailing, and there was no one
else in the house.
A splendid lot of Bill Head, Letter
Head, Note, Letter, Cap and Legal Cap b
Papers just received at Herald Book
Store. The handsomest lot of Ink- d
stands ever exhibited.
It was remarkably dull last week, in tj
consequence of the farmers being busy il
at home plowing and planting their A
crops. The prospect for a good crop B
year was never better. n
A cold in the head is one of the best a
things that can happen to a lady with
a lace handkerchief, and Dr Bul*l's a
Cough Syrup is decidedly the best rem- u
edy to cure that cold. e
We invite the attention of our read- t
ers to the advertisement of the Buckeye 0
M'f'g Co., Marion. Ohio, in another col- 0
umn. They offer rare inducements to P
earn an honest living. 28-6m.
Rev. H. W. Kuhns, of Westminster, iE
Md., has been chosen to deliver the I
Baccalaureate Sermon at the Newberry
College Commencement in June. He
will very likely accept.
A lady writing to a friend, in speak- a
ingof a certain Affair, says she believes n
it, because the Newberry HERALD says 1
its true. Blessed innocent, how we do f
love such trusting faith.
Hazel Kirke so demoralized the -De- I
bating Club Monday night that there
was no meeting. The Club will meet F
next Monday night to iscuss the ques- -
tion of universal suffrage. b
Two more names have been added to
the Telephone Exchange since last
week, making fourteen in all. Geo.
Johnstone, Esq., and Dr. O. B. Mayer,
Jr., take it at their residences. u
Mr. F. N. Parker, of Union, has a (
new $140 Columbia bicyle which he
rides vyith mDch grpe and slill. fe
says he intends to ride on it from Union r
to Newberry as soon as the roads get I
It is probable that the next session of I
the General Synod of the Lutherant
Church. South, which meets the latter
part of May, will be held in Newberry.
The pla.ce of meeting will be fixed in a I
A facetious housekeeper says that if
beef continue to rise much higher ite
will be as high as when the cow jumped
over the moon. We say that if it getst
much tougher it will be as tough as
The "Sun Burner," or Reflector, for
the QperafHouse came Saturday, and
Iwas put in position Monday by M1r.
Plumdr, of Columbia. Jt makes a bril7
liant light, and adds greatly to the ap-t
pearance of the Hall.
A farmer says that if the small grain 4
crop turn out as well as it promises the
drought of last year will prove to have1
been a great blessing in disguise. It
was the drought that caused the sowingf
of so much sniall*grain.t
Miss Lola Miller, of Charleston, who
was visiting her aunt, Mrs, Evans, re
ceived a dispatch Monday afternoon
that her father, Mr. Edmund T. Miller,
had died suddenly that day. She left
for home on the night train.
A strong force of workmen has been
put on the Lanrens R. R. for the pur
pose of putting it in a better condition.
Daring the spring and summer the T
rail will be substituted for the old flat
iron for a great part of the road.
Mr. W. D. Boyd, of the Hopewell:
country. Laurens County, had his horse
to run away with him on his way home<
from Newberry one day last week. fle1
was thrown from the buggy and re-<
ceived some painful bruises. The bug
gy was considerably damaged.
Mr. E. WV. Seibles, of Columbia, has
been in New berry several days acting
for the Queen Iasurance Company in
adjusting flenry Kennedy's loss by fire.
He offered to settle at $1,181.75 on the
house, and $192 on loss and damage to
furniture; but Kennedy refused.
The railroad authorities have had the
trees cut down along the C. & G. R. R.
and its branches one hundred feet on
each-side. The object is to get as good
a view as possible along the track. It
is in the interest of greater safety to the
traveling public, as well as tQ the road.
"J. C. lj.," the Columbia correspon
dent of the lM,ws and Courier, says;
"Col. Jas. N. Lipscomb has declined
the nomination of Congressman frorm,
the State at large, and has announceLi
his intention of running for no other
State offie than that of Secretary of
Mr. Wallace A. Cline had a severe
attack of vertigo Monday. He went to
the depot to take the train for Green
wood, but feeling badly started back
home; when near Mr. Geo. A. Lang
ford's, he fell, and had to be carried
home. He has been quite ill since, but
is getting better.
Our Moniy says: --Messrs. Leavell
& Speers are getting out the storie sills
for the Orphans' Seminary. (Thornwell
Qrphanage, Clinton.) They have also
offered to give the institution a hand
sogne marble slab for insertion in the
wall of the liuilding, bearing its name,
Idate and motto."
The Washington correspondent of
the 2e7ws and Courier says. "B. Odell.
Drancan, of South Carolina, who was
r,enominated yesterday for Consul to
Naples, held that offce for some twelve
HIe is a mild and respectable Republican
Sof Newberry County, pto was opposed
to the rascalities of lp. party in 1868
Dr. Jno. W. Fergusen received a di
patch Monday nborning stating that 1:
'ather, Mr. Jno. Ferguson, had die
itndavi at his home on Mt. Pleasan
rise dispatch was sent Sunday, but 4i
iot come to hand till the next day. D
Ferguson went down on Monday
A man hitched his horse to the top o
Js huggy Monday. In a little whi
be animal wa daihing down strpa
ragging ithe top after him; :ad i
idn't appear qnite certain whethe
e borse w.-s ilehed to it o. it w:i
itched to the horse. Moral: Th
owun Council should put .up ad,lition:
The ent(:rtainment at Martin's Dpnn
r the ienefit of North Newberry Par
onage will begin about midday Friday
nd will continue till late into the night
'he ladies of the community have madt
xtensive preparations. and .!1 who g
lay expect a plea.:tsant occasion :tn
ave the satisf:Letion, beside, of aidin
i a worthy enterprise.
"$10.000 would not purchase fron
ie what S. S. S. has effected in mi
are. Thus writes Archie Thomas, ed
or of the Republican, Springfield,
'ern. A few bottles of this sinp!
egetable remedy, S. S. S., accom
lished such seeming impossibilities
.he iuatism cannot remain in the sys
m after the blood has been purified
rice. $1.00 and 81.75 per bottle.
"Dr. Yellowstone." who has some
ing. of the appearance of a "half
reed" Indian. came into town Satur
ay and posted up notices that he wouk
icture Tuesday night in the A. M. E
hurch on the style of living among
ie Indians, and also upon his trave;
i Europe, Asia, Africa, America an<
.ustralia. He didn't lecture in the A
1. E. Church; Hart says he put up hi
otices without "insultin'" the churel
Hemorrhoids are tumors situate<
bout the rectum, distinguished as in
trnal oi external, Blind or Bleeding
c. I? there a remedy or cure withon
ie use of the knife, ligature, injectior
f acid. gtc? There is one, and on
nly, Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oihtmen
repared from the Buckeye. Tabler'
'Ile Ointment is a sure cure. Price 5(
ts. White's Cream White Vermifug
i the best worm killer. For sale b
)r. W. E. Pelham.
A gentleman from the country is re
ponsible for the following: 'He says b
rent into a store Ip town a few day
go to buy, some molasses. and gave th
ierchant the keg to put it in and toli
im to fill it. The keg had been in th
imily a long time, he having bought i
t his father's sale, and he knew tha
. held just four gallons. When 1.
sked the merchant hqw n,uch hih
ut in it, he was told five gallons. H
ays lie didn't mind the money, but h
ated to see his father's old keg straine
Our fashion editor says that an er
arged edition of the Gainsborough hr
Vi be stylish for the spring and sort
aer. The wearer will need no paras<
xcept to keep the sun off the bat. Th
rigin of this hat is 'or generall
:nown. It priginated in this way: A
nglish Duke had a daughter who mar
led against his wishes. To punish he
ie cat her off with only as much ian
s she could cover with her hat. Sh
ad one made with a brim wide enoug
o cover a whole county, or borougt
Lnd thus she became a rich woman an
be gains-a-borough (Gnsboough
tat became the fashion.'
V'. E. Pr.umtI, Druggist, Newberry, S. C.
Having realized the quickest and be.
ffeets from using "Pelhamn's Peetorn
yrup," I take pleasure in recommendin
h.e same to persons safering fromt co!ds.
W. M. McCASLAN,
12-3Ab'eville Co , S. C.
imokey Town Dots.
The tiny violets, the peach and plun
>iossoms have whispered to us of sprinf
he golden jessamine is decorating or
ree tops, and the blue birds have r<
urned to the old coffee mill on the gai
len fence. Truly, the winter will soo
'he past" and "the voice of the turtle
vill be heard in our land.
Near our home ape two large, gree
ields of fine looking grain. We los
o gase on them as we think of th
hild's sweet words to her playmat
while crossing a dizzy heigbt. Seein
ier little friend's dangerous conditi.
vith the discretion of riper --cars, st
ihouted, "Keep your eyes on i e gree
p-ass, Maggie." Words fraught wit
neaning! Though brambles and brai
:bes intervene there arc still gree
lelds in the far beyond on which tl:
veary eye can rest.
We have no babies to crow and ci
*or us,hence our only domestic music
he cackling of hens, which bespeaks a
ibundance of eggs. We have, too. he
ome chickens to fry, but not enough
livide with the Editor, unless he i
risit us. Then we will serve'for hi;
'mr daintiest dish. We are not a
idept in the culinary dep,artment, hi
wve will faithfully promise not to gis
iim "cold coffee."
Fishing season is in again, but as u
ire not fond of fish we do not say mu<
ibout them until th'e time comes to pr
pare them for the pan, then-hut ui
will not tell just what we do say as
will not kill them or remedy that quel
The farmers are busy, but as we<
aot know enough agriculture to tell tI
lifferent kinds of furrows we will sir
ply say the boys are following the pio~
::heerfully whistling or singing, pe
baps that good old song, "Farmer
Our school is in session. We have
history class of which we would like
say something, but somebody won
say we wanted to BRAG. Well, I
them say. You know as "they mer
are it will be meted to thema.
Rev. Mr. Elkin preaches fine sermo;
for us and we do en joy them. Our oin
preacher, Rev. J. C. Boyd, says he
going to rem ember us again when ti
days are longer, and who does not a
preciate their pastor's devoted lahoi
We look with pleasure for those low
days. J. A. L.
Mr. George Susong, of Tennessee,
Mr. Rowser, the horse trainer, is
Mrs. Dantzler, of Camden, is visiti:
her mother, Mrs. Goggans, of Sils
Mr. E. C. Simkins moves this we
to Troy, on the Greenwood & .Augut
R. R., Abbeville County.s
Mr. Newton Reid, of Au.gusta, p:
us a visit last week. He represent&t
house of W. J. Pollard & Co., Augas
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., returned F
day from a three months' visit to
hospitals.of New York City. He lot
mnmroedA by the trin
CRJAF?u's DaPor, S, C.
i;s E. PELHAx, Newberry, S. C.
d It gi'ves me great pleasure to state that I
t. have nsed "Pelham's Pectoral Syrup" in
m Y practice and have found the same a
V:!hrble remedy. In obstinate cases of
cou-hs, colds, and the many throat affec
him incident to our variable climate, the
Syr-;p will be found a valuable correcting
ind soothing agent, possessing the high
virtue of affording speedy relief. I would
i'or do without the Pector.l and prefer it
to i1! the otlwr remedies I know.
r Very respectfully yours,
2-3 J. 0. DICKERT, N. D.
COME AND GET YOUR
HERALD BOOK STOmE.
Our Puzzle Corner.
ANSWERS TO LAST PUZZLE.
ENIGMA.-Abcdefghijklmnopqrs t a v
My first's an article of food,
My next is used in drinking,
A brilliant flower among the grass
In June my whole is blinking.
Composed of 11 letters.
My 10, 7. 8, 9, 4, is a troublesome in
My 3, 2, 5, is a domestic animal.
I My ;. 1 11, is what birds can do.
My 6. is a pronoun.
My whole contains the vowels, A, E,
L, 0, U and Y in regular order.
. Does Arthur always do right?
2. Mary and Esther go to school.
3. Jennie fell from a high rock yes
terday and broke her arm. EVA.
1. A consonant.
2. An Abyss.
3. One who lives.
4. A small number.
5. A consonant. JOSIE.
The great superigy of DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP over
allother cough remediesis attested
by the immense popular demand
fr that old established remedy.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron
a chitis,Whooping Coughdaeipient
,ConsumptiOli and fbr the relief of
Consumptive persons in advanCed
stges of t'ne Disease. For Sale
Dru.ses.-Pr-e 25 rents.
t -- -
NEWEEERY, S. C., Mar. 2t0, 1l82
Ordinary......,................ 9 a 91
Good Ordinary.................. 9ja10j
Good Middling .................10f a11i
rNewberry Prices Current.
By dT. N. MARTIN & Co.
Shoulders, Prime New... a 9'
c Shouldes Sua Cured. 9
C DEY ALEb' aEATS
e Shouldes New.-............. 8
Sides C.R., New...........all1
Sides Long Clear........... a 11
e Uneanvassed Ham........ 16
LA nvD- edHams, (Magnolla) 18
b ~La.In Terces..........36
. Leaf, in Buckets........... 16
Granulated Standard.... . 2a
1s -Tew Orleans.. ........10
il OLASESNew Orleans .. 5
o New Orleans .5
II Cuba Molasses..,...80
Sugar House Molasses. 40
it YoungiC Hyson..........1.50
COF FE -
Roasted or Parched...2
C Best Rio............. 20s
bGood Rio.............. 16a20
e ~White Wine Vinegar 66
oBA ELEY...................... 2.00
S 04P-.......----.---------.....a: 10
.STAR CANDLES................ 15
s CONCENTEATED LYE....... 10
ENG LISH SODA.......... 10
HOESFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
a SEA FOAM BAXING POWDEE... 35
AXLE GREASE............... .. 10
TOA.................. ........... 60aL125
dNAILS (0) keg................. 4.50
et BAG GINrG---eavy.......................... 12a
..ARROW TIES, per bunch...... 2 00
*SPLICED ARROW TIES........125
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per 6=............. 75a 80
15 TIMOTHY HAY................... 175
s- 1880. 1880,
GIIAN CENTRA ROTEL,
is COLUMBTIA 8.0C.
BEFUENI8KED AND EITTED,
TERMS, $2.00 TO 13,00 PER DAY.
rJOUN Te WILLEY, Propriet'rs
Nk of. 10, 46-if.
be Everybody is delighted with the tasteful
ta,. and beautiful selection made by Mrs. La.
mar, who has IIEVEa rAIL.E to please hei
.customers. New Fall circular just issued.
-Send for it.
he Adreas MRS. ELLEN LAMAS
ks 877 Broadway, gj 19ojk
Piases an& Orgas.
WHT I8 HORE WI 6OII? 4
What Is Rome WI hoat xasie
Well, well. 410 g-t mud about it. ard
'.lk in such big epitql.
A CHICKERING, MATI1U;REK, ARION.
OR SOUTHERN GEM PIANO.
Rome, Sweet Home!
Must be made a happy place, and if It does
not contain a Piano or Organ, it
iq on!v halt furnished.
ORDER AT ONCE
A MASON & HAMLIN, PELUBRT
00., OR SHONINGIR ORGAN.
DON'T WAIT ALWAYS
If you can't pay all cAsH, seud for oar
Large sales with small, living profes s
our policy, first, last and always
GREENVILLE, S. C
Who will Sell you at Eaa
turer's Factory Prices
Dec. 15, 16-1y.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Rosanna M. Caldwell, Plainiff, agast
John C. Wilson, as Administrato th
Personal Estate of William OaldweS. - -
deceased, and as an individual, Uary
Spence, Oaldwell Booser,-on)ychild
Rosa Pooser, dec'd., Samuel Oa1di
William Wilson, Vernon 0. -
Thomas N. Wilson, John 0. Cldei%,_
John Caldwell, - Blount, Defenzansa
Summons for Relief. (Complaint Served.
To the Defendants John C. Wilson, as A
minietraor of the Personal Estate of Wi, '
liam . Caldwell, ceasedi, and as.an",-7
dividual, Mary P. Spenee, Sa muel d
well, William Wilson, Thomas N. Wileo
Vernon C. Wilson, John C. Cadwel
John Caldwell, - Blount, and Cid
well Boozer, only child of- Rosa Boozer,
You are hereby summoned and require4_.
to answer the complaint in this action, o
which a copy is herewith served upon you
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
said 'complaint on the subscriber at his of
fice at Newberry Court House, South Care,
lina, within twenty days after the se
hereof, exclusive of the day of such'ser
vice-; and if you fail to answer the-oo
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will applytoeCourt for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated 1st day of January, 1882.
(L 8.] E. P. CH ALMERS, C. 0. P,
Plaintiffa Ahttorney. -
To the Defendants Samuel CaldweR,~ GJ41u 2
Caldwell and - Blount.
Take notice that the summons in this mo
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
flled in the offceof the Clerk:of theGCour
of Common Pleas for the County of~ 110ewr
berry, in the State of Soutg Carolina, on
the twentieth-day of February, A.-D.388$S
Plaintiffs Attorney. '/
20th dayof February, A. D.l8' 8-8it
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A handsome little pamphlet, blue and
gold cover, with numerous engravings,. '
to any adult person calling for it, at any
branch or sub-offce of The Singer Macu
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post~ paid, to any personuliving as a dis- -'
zance from our offices.
Thu inge IanutaatWggsCo
PRINOIPA GYflCE, 84 ONION SQUD,
Mar. 2, 20-ly.
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The Cheapest and Best Engine
in the Market.
The undersigned have f.aken -the Aec
for the above named Engines,, and tak
great pleasure in calling~attention to them.
The cost of this Engine is about oxa-vszan
less than any -other 'Engine built'with
Wrought Iron Boiler and Tubes throughout.
Its noticeable features are simplicity in
construction, economy in space and fuel,
coLveni.'nce to all parts, should repairs be
necessary; durability, safety and strength
in every part.
All Engines sold by us willibe put up and
set in running order without extra charge.
For terms, and all other information, ap
W. B. AULL & BROS.,
Steam Mill, Newberry, S. C.
Or, PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Feb. 9, 6-2m.
Jones' Improved and Jones'
Long Staple Cotton Seed
I offer the above named Cotton Seeds
for sale. They were tested by the Agrical.
tural Bureau of Georgia during the year
1880, and they made from Mfty to one
hundred per cent. more than ay other. va-- -
rieties. I planted them last year, 1881,
and mnade with them more cotton per .acre
than I bad ever made any previous year,
notwithstanding the unprecedented drougtt
and bad stand.
J. R. SPE ARMAN, J
Jan. 5, 1-8m*
Bridge at Por;.aria
Notice is hereby,gi en that at 14 'clock~
a. in., on Friday, kareh 24th inst.,at- Fo
maria, the Csgty Commissioners will les
out a entract to. the lowest responsible
biddoi 4build anew bridge at that pace
erPriesser's (or Crimin's) Creek. The
r;ght isreserved to reject aav and aRbide.
F. WERBER, Ja, Clerk c.cac.