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I} Special and. Local.
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1882
rINXX TO Naw ADVEETISEXEiTS.
Br wa's Iron Bitters.
Fant's Drug Store-Teas. Teas.
. C. -. R.-Change of Schedule.
L H. H -$4.000 at Marriage.
C..& G. B. -Change of Schedule.
C. C. & A. I. R.-Change of Schedule.
Youg John Pope-An Ordinance to Ralsi
Snpea for the Year 1882.
TouagJohn Pope-An Ordinance to Amen(
an Qrdinance to Preserve the Health, an
for other Purpose4 therein Mentioned.
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B. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry. S. C.. May 1. 1882.
Mr. L. S. Bowers. post master a
prosperity is our authorized agent a
j'" Parties wanting Fertilizers for can
or negotiable -paper will see J. C. Taylor
Saluda Old Town. Feb. 9, 6-3m.
' Adjutant-General Manigault will re
vew the State Volunteer Troops a
Prosperity June 5th; and it Newberr;
C. H. June 6th.
Rev. J. W. Neely
Will preach at Lebanon next Sunda
at 101-2 o'clock A. M., instead of a
his regular appointment on the 8d Sun
day the 21st inst.
A Vegetable Freak.
Mr. A. Y. W. Glymph, of Glymph
ville, sends a radish resembling a per
son's left hand, but deformed. It is
singular looking affair.
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teethini
Powders) will cure your child. Fo
sale by all Druggists and Country Met
Mr. H. H. Franklin was thrown bi
&is horse Saturday near Mr. Crotwell's
The horse, newly shod,'stepped on hi
gight hsad and mashed it in a fearft
That diarrhea, colic, and cholera morbu:
are things not wished for by any one. B:
whea suffering from any of them, Peiham
- Blc'abrryBalsam is just the trick to sto
--i. 5esper Bottle. 18-2t
Peterson's L.ady's Magazine.
The June number of Peterson
charming magazine is received, and w
- fid4 it full of interest to the family ci
cle. Its monthly visits always affor
plasure. If there are any ladies amon
- our readers who do not take it we ac
vise themn to subscribe at once. Clubbe
with the HERAw, the price is on]
-The Oriental Casket,
Is the appropriate title of a new ps
qurosz,16 pages, published b
- umSmith, 912 Arch Street, Phil:
- ephia. It is indeed a repository
3err genIs, and is superbly printe<
- bauyand color of the hair may
se reained by using Parker's flair Bd
69 is much admired for its pe
e,cleanliness and dandruff eradicatin
Due West Men.
It speaks well for Erskine Colleg
- thafshe has so large a proportion<
grauates among the public officers
Newberry County. The following wei
educated at that institution: Senat<
Thos. C. Brown; Representative Jan
C. Wilson; County Commissioner
C. S. Brown; Clerk of Court Ebeneze
P. Chalmers; Auditor Jao. K. G. Nanc
Jridge at Bouknight's.
The Newberr HERALT.y suggests tI
building of a bridge at Booknight's c
the Saluda, and says that 4he C. & G.]
U. will give $1,0C towards it.
carse the bridge wol greatly benei
the people of that section of Edgefiel
county, but it would chiefly benefit tI
-maerchants of Newberry, and would ce
sainly be So their inerest to build it.
EdZ 4el Cronel.
Dr, Bomer P. Tarrant, of Newberr,
shot himself in the head Tuesday wil
the supposed intention of taking h
own life. The bail entered the hea
-just behind the ear, and striking a ha
bone, glanced and came out near ti
-temple. The set occurred in the re:
of Col. Leavell's residence.
Dr. Tarrant has been in very be
health for some time post. Hisi
health bad probably something .to <
withbhis rashbact. The wound is n
Vanity!i Vanity !!
One of the handsomest pleasure cral
on the river is that of Mr. Stepheon
Fowles, just launched this season. Si
is a batteau, sloop rigged, 10 feet Ion
-7 feet beamn and was built by Mr. 0
ver Curtis, who has already turned o
- some fast sailers. Mr. Yowles b
named his boat "Vanity." but it is I
no means vanity to expect that she w
haul taut to many another good craft
the sailing matches that are propos<
for the coming sumimer.-Sea 1Islas
-In ouriminds eye we can see Ste
sitting back in the -Vanity" With 41]
is hand skimming Beaufort Bay, ni
The following sweet little epistle we
found on the streets the other day. Th
young man who wrote it deserves t
be promoted to the halls of Congress:
',As soon as the first warm day comes
filling the soul with lungings for th
draught that 'cheers but not inebriates,
would you not go with me and slak<
your thirst with a glass of Pelham'
healthful and delicious Soda Water
His flavorings are soda-lightful that yot
can scarcely decide which you prefer
'Will you meet me at the fountain?'"
i Ever yours.
le! IE!! ICE!!!
LARGE SUPPLY OF
PURE LAKE ICE,
Received in Car Load Lots. Trade solicit
etd. Prices guaranteed.
A. C. JONEVS.
A pr. 26, 1882. 13-tf.
A History Worth Having.
The new and charmingly beautiful, 's wel
as wonderfully cheap edition of "Green
Larger Histo.y of the English Peonle
I which is being published bt The Useft
Knowledge Publishing Co., New York, i
most deservedly finding a place in thosand
of home libraries. No history is bette
worthy of a place in even the smallest i
brary, and, though formerly published b
the Harper's at $10, it is now easily witbi
the reach of any one, the prices varying i
the several forms, f:om 65 cts. in one vo
ume, octavo, Utility binding, to $2 35 in
vols. Elzevir edition, half Russia binding
It also forms a part of the first volume c
the Cyclopedia of History which is shortl
to appear. These editions are for sale b
enterprising booksellers, and club agent
and canvassers are -wanted everywhere b
the publishers to wl"om are offered ver
unusual inducements and facilities.
1 Know what? Know when one is sufei
ing from diarrhcea., dysentery or summe
complaints that Pelham's Blackberry Ba
sam is the remedy. Sure Pop. 25cts pe
The AmericaR Farmey
t For May .st, is a number of great e4
t cellence, and Its leading article, th
Prize Essay by Dr. M. G. El;ey, of Vii
ginia, on the advantage of raising in
proved farm live stock in the preser
state of agriculture, will be read wit
much interest and profit. The Farme
devotes much space to questionsconnec
ed with live stock, fruit growing, mai
ket gardening, etc., and is always aliv
to new discoveries and improvemenl
in the line of agriculture. Its contr
butors iuclude men of practical exp
rience, who work daily in the severs
departments on which they advise. Di
Pollard, ex-Commissioner of Agricul
tore of Virginia, continues his admirs
ble papers op ;.hp agriculture of th
- Sou, and the improyetpents of land
and a number of other writers coptr
bute to the instructive variety of thi
number. A Home Department wi
please the ladies, and a number of er
gravings add interest to the tex
None of our farmers should be withot
this old farm journal, published twice
r month by Sam'l Sands & Sons, Balt
more, at $1.50 a year, or $1 in clubs<
five or more.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
The June number abounds with brilliar
and highly interesting contributions by th
*editor (Rev. Dr. Taliage) and other talen
ed writers. The opening article, "Weni
iWadsworth Longfellow," is by the edito
also an admirable article, "Brighteniti
Prospects" and the "Home Pulpit" contail
o.ie of hi.s characteristic sermons, "Shall a
s, Know Eichi Other in Heaven ?'' "Milan an
it its Cathedral," "The Philosophy of Star,
's ine," by Dr. W. C. Gray ; "The Pilgrimnag
P of GJotileb and Irrgeist," are among tl
prominent ltustratd articles and d.sepl
interesting. "The Regiolies in America,
by the Rev. J. V. Lewis, with its five illu
' tr~ations, will not fail to attract great atter
o tion, as will likewise "Grub Street, Loi
.don," by Frances Hays. The sketches, e
d says, etc., are by well-known authors ; tl
gserials "Weighed and Wanting" and "Ma
garet's Enemy" are continued, and the.p
d ems are numerous and of great merit
many of them are beautifully illustrate<
I Besides an abundant miscellany, there a:
the following interesting features: "TI
Collection Basket," "Information for tI
Curious," "Religious Facts and Fancies
& etc.. etc. A single number costs 25 cent
y only, and the annual subscription is $
-pose.paid. Address, Frank Leslie, 53,
f and 57 Park Place, New York.
~The Agricultural Review
e And Journal of the American Agricultura
Association for May, will contain an exhau
tive article on- the Cattle Industries of 11
United States, by Hon. J. B. Griunellof low
giving a complete history of eattle bree
e lug, the development of the industry, and
I. detailed description of the cattle raisIng <
r,. the Plains in the Western States and Teri
, tories; showing flys lands best adapted to tI
*business, and describing the rlethods<
herdsmnen owning from #O0 to2Q,00) het
The number will also contain articles 1
e Hon. Cassius M. Clay, Dr. Peter Collie
fProf. J. P Stelle, Hon. T. Bowick of Englan
Col. Robert W. Scott, of Kentucky, Dr.
Lewis Sturtevant, and other practical s
e scientific writers
r The January number and supplement col
.tained the proceedings in full of the Gre
National A.gricultgral (Convention recent
'held in New York, Inclsding addrssses al
rpapers by Hon. J. F. Kinney, Francis.]
B. Moulton, Dr. John A. Warder, itear-Adiri
Amnmen, Gen. H E. Tremain, Hon. N.
other leading writers and speakers.
eThe thirteen papers on Ensilage, givil
fnll directions for growing the crop, buildi
L silos, and preserving the fodder. by the able
) practical experimenters in the United State
h comprising the fellpst, most reliable and mc
Id valuable inforigation tgn this subjecty
10 The Agricultgral Review is published gau
r- terly with supplements, and is pronoun
. by the highest authorities the most valuat
publication of its class issued.
Terms.-S3.00 per year. Edited and Pt
lished by Jos. H. Reall, Secretary of tI
American' Agricultural Association, 26 U2
y, versity Place. New York.
Reliable agents wanted in all sections of I
Is The American Exposition of Fro4g.ctsa1
d Manufactures, being inuagurated by the a
d sociation, gives unmeasurable value to I
e Agricultural Review.
The HEaaw. and Review will be furnish
for $4. 18-2t,
d Liens for Sale.
I Blank Liens for supplies and is rar
o for sale at this office.
sa Thebest Organ at Eduard Scholtz'a
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at t
HERAL.D Book Store, price only 25 et
- for single copy, or five copies for $1.0
0 This book tells you what to dofor yo
e horse when sick, and treats of every d
- ease to which a horse Is liable. Get
at copy and save money and anxiety.
's Only for sale at the
in Club Rates.
ad The Columbia Register will he ecit
ad bed with theHEnALn asfollows: Wee
y Register and Haaw $3.50, I
ye oeky Register and Ha.arur $5, Dco
er '~ and HEALDv $8.75.
g ly g' Teomanz and HanW.n
ao ra 47-tf
Mad Dogs. Cor
B A mad dog was killed at Helena Fri- S
: day by Mr. R. B. Holman. supposed to
have been bitten about three weeks C
ago, when several other dogs at that 18C
place were bitten.
a Mr. J. B. Reagin's dog appeared to Get
be affected Sunday and conducted him- .
a self strangely. Mr. Reagin, fearing he Dea
s might be mad, killed him.
W. L. Gourdine's dog went mad in
town Monday morning. He killed it. L
Skin diseases are increasing to an alarm- cellk
ing ext-nt, and when left alone take deep- Li
er root, and the longer neglected are the wart
more dificult to cure. They all indicate a Li
disordered or impure condition of the blood Lieu
A few bottles of the great vegetable al*ra- L1
tive, S. S. S., by purifying the blood, cures 186
all such diseases, and robs future years of Li
much suffering. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per Lieu
Rev. H. C. DuBose
Delivered an address yesterday after- td
noon at the Presbyterian Church. and at M
another at night, on the subject of Chi- I
nese MisionC. Mr. DuBose is a native deac
of Darlington County, and graduated in 21
1870 at the Presbyterian Theological 4t
1 Seminary in Columbia. He was sent nasa
a out to China in 1872 as a Missionary. St
and has been engaged in missionary Bott
11 work in that country up to four months C
9 ago, when he came home, by direction
a of the Presbyterian Church. for the pur- i
r pose of advocating the cause of missions Dee
and interesting the church in this coun- 2
try more thoroughly upon the subject. 3
Since his return he has traveled over a 41
large portion of the Southern States de- Cha
s livering lectures, giving infor.stion re, 51
garding the work being done and ex
I citing a greater zeal and greater eforts B
y in that direction. 186;
r Mr. DuBose while in Newberry is B
a the guest of Rev. Mr. Smart, who was cello
r a classmate of his in the Seminary. He B
I will leave tody, .
, , burl
Supervisors of Registration,
Last week we gave the list of Repub- B
lican Supervisors appointed by Judge **
Bryan of the U. S. Court. As stated at
the time, the list was not perfect. This B
week we give the full list; and also the B
list of Democratic Supervisors appoint- blei
ed by Judge Bryan: C
: ewbery-. H. Evans, dem.; B. lors
e W. Tane, re?. C
Gibson's-.. Sligh, dew.; W. W. C
- Lazenberry, rep. Ric
t Maybmton-W. B. Oxner, dem.; C. C
b D. Henderson, rep. C
r Cromer's-L. P. W. Riser, dem.; L.
- L. Atchison, rep. bur
-. Jalspa-Jno. B. Campbell, dem.; D. C
e H. Maffett, rep. mor
: Longshore's-Thos. M. Neel, dem.; m
i- M. S. Long, rep. C
1- Williams'-Jas. R. Irwin, dem.; J. C
.1 L. Turner, rep. van
Dead Fall-Jno. C. Goggans, dem.; D
- F. L. Hicks. rep. eric
i- Prosperity-C. F. Boyd, dem.; P. W. D
e Dawkins, rep. E
3, Jolly Street-J. B. Boinest, dem.; o
i- 0. W. Quigpard, rep. Io
s Qlymphyille--W. $. I'lae, dew.; G. F
11 W. Starks, rep. G
i- 1?omaria-J. B. Suber, dem.; J. G. L
t. .ichelberger, rep.
it - - Sou
a An Elopement.
i- Four or five weeks ago a man gmied E
)f F. F. (or Frank) McGill, from Lancas- E
ter County, stopped at the house of Mr. coa
Marcus L. Shell, on Mr. S. D. Garling- 1
ton's place, near Liberty Hall. He re- E
at mained there under the plea of being- E
sick; and Mr. and Mrs. Shell were very I
t attentive and kind to him-especially I
y Mrs. $b9l1. Mr. Garlington, not liking Rae
, to see a ipan ic41ipg and lpupging about '
the place, told Mr. SheWdbont.W bes
weeks ago be must send the strangerbu
away. He left the latter part of week den
before last. Monday, 1st, he wrt
efrom Newberry to Mrs. Shell a mc-t vill
e affectionate letter, calling her his "be- E
loved," hoping she would soon be Mrs. E
" McGill, and asking her to meet him E
s- that night at her father's, Mr. Thos. L
- Phillips. Th.'Je letter did not reach her, I
'- but was deliver'ed to her ag5hand from Riel
- the postoffice at Whitmire's Thusday I
e morning. Mrs. Shell had already fled, I
r- having left with McGill the night before ~
for parts unknown, taking with her her bur
best clothes and other articles conven.
ent to carry. They have not beenIa
heard from since. Mr. Shell has sued
out a warrant of arrest against the guil
s Mr. Shell is a wheelwright; a hard- p
s, working wan, about fifty-five years of i
age. His wife is about forty, but looks 1
a great deal younger, and is a fine look-.
ing woman of considerable intelligence. Ric
They haye been ugaried twenty-four .
al years, and have had children; but none RIC
: of them are living. McGill is about I
forty or forty-five, and is a good looking
fellow. It is said that he has a wife
a and adaughter fifteen years old i[In n u
P caster County.
TeFrers and the Literary Revolution.
d A ree,ent issue of the "Amnericain Agri
culturist" pontaing spme jncjnuatipns re-.
' fleting upon the character of the y.seful
'Knowledge Publishing Company, of New
York. They are insinuations only, no Sat
ad direct allegation being made. Thein only
foundation is malice and fear, on the part of mo
a- the Agriculturist publiehers. The average
at cost of books published by The Useful
ly Knowledge Publishing Company, in propor- riel
ad tion to ther req. yalie is less thap one-fifth
' of the average cost gf the egrictiltural bpoke
r. published by the Orange Judd Co. With
id in less than three ye'ars the "Literary Rev- E
olution" gave the American people over E
a one million dollars' worth of the choicest
ig books the country has ever seen : more in '
t bulk and in real value than Judd has given
sthema in a third of a Century, and more
than he would have given them for fie 5si
million dollars. No class is abused more 1
ar- abominably py thp boplz publishers than the sa
d farmers. I was a ftarmer boy beforp I ws i
lIe a publisher, and know something of both i
sides. Twenty five years ago I was a bare- vill
)-footed boy, driving an ox-breaking team 1
. through the hazel-brush and prairie grass 1
of Iowa, and reading Grimahaw's "En- vill
e gland," and "The New York Tribune" be- 1
tween times and by the firelight at night,
ad and I got here a little too much of 'Usefulni
~Knowle4gg" and of strength to allow base-as
he less slander tZ bverthrQw ths enterprise to
d which I have given my life. Judid shai se,
realise his fear that the Useful Eknowledge del
Publishing Company will publish agricul- prc
tuial books as well as other books, and it rol
it will not charge $1.50 for a book that does Ne
not opst 1.5 cts. to manufacture. In re
sponse 'to T.re,sing any o~st distressingw
calls from all over the country, from tar
mers, farmers' boys and~ teachers, it wvill
also enter the field oif school-biook publish. m~
he ing pesaailn and we shall e.e~what will ~
its become pr the' high prIpns gf t.he rich and ki
0. grasping publi.bers in the Gield. The U3sw- TP
or ful Knowledge Pui'lishing Comapany does
is- what Judd, and no other of the old-line
a publishers do, it sends its books to any Ri
part of the United States, and allows privi
lege of examination before payment is re- h
quied. It supplies its agent with copies of
its cheap and beautiful publications for a
distriuton amnong their customerse, for es- n
aminaton at pheir lejsure, aq4 gllgws the
Lbreturn of any books not wanted. Specimesn.
pages of its publications, catalogues, and h
'~terms to club agents, booksellers, and t
canvassles will he sent free upon request. C<
Address the Useful Knowledge Publishing 16
t ompany, 18 Vesey St., New York. John pr
arious and all About. R
Fine straw bonnets will be worn this di
The Methodists of Canada hive eight w
The old field plum and the blackber- j he
crops are booming. th
Mr. Mower has a cow that gives six pr
lions of milk a day.
We noticed some rust on the road to B
.tb Eden Friday last. w
Rust in wheat is spreading and great al
mage is done to the crop.- sal
There are seven Baptist Associations, W
th 100 churches, in Canada. th
Frank Baily, the colored ferryman at
inard's Ferry, died Wednesday, 3d. sa
Capt. McFall's eight acres of wheat s
it near the Fair Grounds looks splen- T
Nearly all the Newberry lawyers are th<
Columbia this week attending the fal
ipreme Court. in,
Mr. Joe Means has put a new and
etty coat of paint on the iron columns NE
the Crotwell Uotel. wt
Miss Nellie Chapman's School at p
rtford will have a picnic tomorrow.
ianks for invitatioa.
The full moon in May did not bring Se
st, and our old friend Richard will ur
ve to fix another date.
The pews in the Lutheran Church of
we all been neatly cushioned, and the ab
ats are quite comfortable. so,
The Ae;t term of court begins at
ewberry the $rst AQnday in June. T
ige Cotb3a will preside.
The amendment to the ordinance of no
ay 14, 1881, required cow-minders to Sp
*p the cows off the sidewalks.
The agent who was in town a few de
ys ago buying -futures" in oats says pe
bought 3.000 bushels at Ninety Six. tic
An enricher of the blood and purifier la
the system; cures las4tude and lack nc
energy; such is Brown's Iron Bitters. tic
Some bf our exchanges are in the w:
ibit of copying articles without giving m:
edit. To say the least, it isn't cour- of
Jno. C. Goggans, of No.8 Township, tic
is one hundred acres of oats that good M
dges think will make three thousand pr
If it is true, as is so often reported,that w
e good die young, how do you account cs
r the existence of so many editors in Pc
is couptry? at
Rev. J. H. Wilson, of Early Branch, in
arnwell County, will deliver the Alum- pl
Address at the approaching Com
The cool snap Sunday and Monday
Ld a depressing effect on cotton, but ci;
d not last long enough to cause any as
The fried chic$en crop is very much sp
thind its time this year, and we know BI
rties who are reduced to a sad condi
on by too much beef.
Two young men, Willie Ewart and is
immie Fair, were seen in a buggy ce
ith a bapdboc betwppn tiepi. Qne
the other is iA for it.
County Treasurer Wheeler is now St
ady to receive the taxes of the good at
ople of Newberry. On the 15th he
ill start on his rounds.
"Flora Lisle," one of Mr. McCaugh- to
n's Jersey cows, had her second calf de
2nday. Its sire is Mr. Reagin's Jer
iy. The calf is a bull. le
A meeting of all subscribers in ar- de
mars tothe HIE .nwis called for Sale- L
y in June. Business of vast impor- te
ne will be transacted.
The youngest aspirant to learn the L
rt Preservative is our Claude, three se
ada half years old, who asked us to til
an him how to set type. IP
Mr. White's afternoon levees are so R.
irgely attended that he will have to
rchase more chairs. Sniffles is pret- n
reglarty in ate4agg. ~st
The game of baseball Thursday af- 2<
roon between the Town Nine and er
me College Nine resulted in 25 rounds tv
r the former and 11 for the latter. -in
An exchange says: "A burglar got ti
ito the house of a country editor the
ier night. After a terrible struggle
me editor succeeded in robbing him."
Gen. Jno. C. Anderson reported some w~
enuine rust on wheat last week.-Car- at
g pai*r,. Did -the Spartan ever B
now of any rust that wasn't genuine?
Dr. Carlisle, of Spartanburg, has ac- bi
pted the invitation to deliver the Sun- n
y night address at the approaching T
oimmencement of Newberry College.
Several eharming young ladies and Je
vely young men from Beth Eden, went '
a a Fish-nic Saturday last. Our devil a
ras ue of the party. Three fish wer@ cI
Miss Nora Cofield's school will have
8 annual picnic to-morrow. Every at
oy, besides other boys, together with p
ae girls will be there. Baskets will be ar
Mr. W. G. Abrants has a ~ne grain e*
rop. Hishbar-eyis ripe, andis wheat g
d oats are nearly so; his wheat has
o rust; his oats will be ready to cut in
Mr. T. C. Pool thinks that the mer
bants of Newberry could easily give b
1.000 toward the building of the pro- E
osed bridge at Bouknight's Ferry. si
le will give $50. " n
John Miller bought a planing mill at
)inkik,' Qhio, a month ago. He lost
finger the first week, two fingers the
econd, and a whole hand the third.
'he mill is now for sale.
We notice in the Hendersonville, (N.
X.) Herald of April 27th, that a divorce o
las been granted to Mrs. V. V. Carring.
an of our town, by His Honor Judge
illiam. She has our congratulations.
As soon as a felon makes its appear
nce apply a poultice of egual parts of
altpeter' and brimstone, mixed with
fficient lard to make a paste, and re
iew as soonas it gets dry. A fewap
lications will effect a cure.
The colored people out register the
hites at Pomaria. Many of the whites
em to tike no interest in th' -matter;
iut we uyresume ho wifl"all'register at
h Cout-t House before the 20th of June,
bough some declare that they will not
An English artist has photographed
wallows on the wing, and fixed the re
lection they threw on the pond in pass
ng over. We wonder if he could give a
is the reflection of a delinquent subscri
yer's 2, that we nay' qsprpain~ its
Can It be that any white man in New
ierry County will be soforgetful of his I
nty to the State and to the best inter
sts ofer people, asto disqualify him
tolf from voting by refusing to register?
npany "D," 13th Regiment, S. C. V.
lrrendered at Appomatox, Va.
CAPTAINS. - Si
apt. Isaac F Hunt, promoted Major in
1, promoted Lt.-Colonel and Colonel. s
apt. Philander W. Oromer, killed at '
apt. James Y McFall, elected 3d Li"ut., r3
6,'63; promoted Captain 1863; wound
t Spotsylvania and at Ox Hill, Va.
eut. Emanuel S Coppock, resigned.
eut. Thos F Hunter, killed at Chan- B
eut. Wm. J Lake, resigned; after- dt
Is enrolled in 22nd Regt.
eut. Henry L Fuller, elected 2nd
t. 1862; killed at Chancellersville. w
eut. John H Ruff, elected 3d Lieut.
L; promoted 1st Lieut.
eut. Andrew M Bowers, elected 3d
t. 1862; promoted 2nd Lieut. 1864;
nded at Gettysburg.
rderly Sergt. Wm D Goggans, appoint
Adjutant of the Regiment 1862; killed
t Sergt. Pettis W Gilliam, discharged ;
id Sergt. Jefferson A Sligh, discharged. pI
h Sergt. Jno W Caldwell, killed at Ma- 0
rgt. Joseph W Hill, wounded at Deep
mmissary Sergt. Bobt. H Land. T
It Corp. Jno R Wicker, wounded $t fr,
p Bottom, Va.; dead. b
Id Corp. J Marion Boyd, discharged.
I Corp. J Glenn Rikard.
h Corp. Andrew J McCollum, killed at hI
,h Corp. Thos M Chapman.
ooer, Lemuel H M., elected 5th (orp. ,J
uhardt, David P., wounded at Chan
oyd, L Douglass.
ovd, James A., wounded at Fredericks
i kille4 at Gettysburg.
oyd, Thos P., wounded at .Wilderness. h
arre, Win A., elected 5th Corp. 1863;
nded at Ox Hill.
arre, Jno J., dead.
oozer, Sam'l P., discharged. 0
oozer, James, dead.
utler, Newton F., wounded and disa
I; discharged; afterward enrolled. hi
ampbell, James R., killed at Chancel- ci
rower, G Henry, killed at ipottsylvania.
onwill, Andrcg S., died of disease at
romer, J Preston, dead. .
lamp, Calvin C., killed at Manassas. b
aldwell, Spencer J., killed at Peters
lamp, Wm. fc
oate, Henry, died of disease at Rich
oate, Drayton N.
bristian, Edward H.
oppock, Moses M., wounded at Spottsyl- a
uncan, Jno C., died of disease at Fred
avenport, Wilson W. h
ltisor, Warren P., killed at Gettysburg. d
nlow, W Franklin,. killed at Chancel- p
erguson, Edward B.
renel-er, Thos F., discharged.
lasgow, Jno W., died of.diseasp At Mt. P
ipp, Asbury, died of disease on coast" of
[unter, Wm J., killed at Spottsylvania.
[alfacre, Johp, killed at Mapasgas.
[alfacre, Frederick, died of disease on 01
it of South Carolina.
armon, Jno W P., killed at Manassas. ri
[armon, Wm K D., killed at Manassas.
ouseal, Walter W., discharged.
[enry, James A.
ohnson, Henry M., died of disease at
enkins, Marcus J.
:inard, D Walter, wounded at Peters- se
iard, Jao B., wounded at Gettysburg;
:elly, Walter J., killed at Chancellors- d;
:inard, Walter J., killed at Gettysburg.
:elly, Joseph, killed at Chancelloreville.
:inard, J Pres., wounded at Gettysburg. A
ake, Juo B., killed at Spottsylvania. a
ivingston, Jno W., died of disease at i
arsn, George, discharged.
ane, Wmn R., killed at Wilderness.
[cCracken, Robt Y H., killed 't Gettys- P
LeMorris, John, died of disease at Ash
[cCarley, John, dead,
largott, Frank S., deserted.
Feal, Benj P., wounded at Wilderness.
orman, Robt H., discharged ; dead.
itts, Wmn H., killed at Cold Harbor. i
its, Geo L.o
'lunkett, Chas E. Li
lunkett, Drayton S., died of disease at
'aysinger, Drayton S., died of disease at g
ikard, Jochn P., killed at Manassas. k
luff, John J., killed at Cold Harbor.
uf. David A.
ikard, Walter M , killed at Fredericks
iard, Andrew 0., killed at Manassas. E
hell, Marcus L.
uber, Robr D., killed at Cold Harbor.
nn, Geo W., wounded at Spottsylvania. c
enn, John D., wounded at Wilderness.
enn, Setchem M., killed at Petersburg.
nn, James P., died in Union prison at C
mis, John P., died of disease at Rich- il
enn, Thos F.
sparks, Jesse, died of disease at Frede
;nher, John D., wounded at P'etersburg.
lms, David, died of dIsease at Richmond. c
;peer, Jesse, killed at Cold Harbor. a
etzler, Frank M r
;imith,. Spencer F., discharged.
;mith, Gee D., discharged.
Toland, John F., dead.
elch, Wan E. e
elch, M.D., Spencer G., detailed as as
ant Surgeon 1863.
icker, David M .1., wounded at Mana- I
;died o1 wounds at Manassas.
Tlsap, Jagpe; B., killed at Qx HilL.
Ierts, Wm' H B., killed at Chancellors- ]j
icker, HIram, dead. 5
1hitan, Thos J., killed at Chancellors- 'J
icker, P Jefferson.
WTrE-The above roll was kindly fur-I
bed us by Capt. J. Y. McFall, who was
isted in its preparation by Lieutenants
R. Ruff and A. M. Bowers. They had
se memoranda to -assist them, but were
>endent chiefly on their memory. Any
posed correotions or additions to the
I should be addressed to Capt. McFall,
w berry, S. C.
All know :
lhat diarrhga, 4ysentery, colic, and sum
r coplaint,s prevail more or less~ at this
son f tle year, and every body should
nw that Pelhamn's Bla'ckberi-y balamn is a I
cic. Only $5cts per bottle. Try it.
Supervisor Fair spent Sunday at
me. He says the negroes are regis
ing very generally; that the whites
not registering so fully, but he has
doubt that they will all register be
e the books ape plgse .. Magy spg;
n word that they were too basy in
sir farms now, but would come to the
>urt House in June and register. The
~pblican Supervisors at the different
ecincts keep a list of those who regis
egister, by all means. Let no preju
ce-let nothing prevent you.
An Augusta man was in town last
eek buying up oats. He offered forty
e cents per bushel, to be delivered in
gusta. Farmers would be wise to
1d on to their oats; if they have more
in they need, they can get a good C
ice for the surplus in the fall.
Mr. Speak of the firm of Speak &
other at Kinard's T. 0. favored us
tli a cau last Monday. Besides their
cellent steam engines and agricultur
implements, they are agents for the
e of a patent steam dryer of fruit.
e have seen beautiful specimens of
fruit -4bbeville Press and Banner.
Dr. S. B. Jones, of Anderson county,
Pa he prevents rats from troubling his
-af oats by packing the beads together
d sifting a little lime on every layer.
e rats will not run through oats put
this way, and the lime does not hurt
horses. The greater portion of it
is from the oats in cutting and feed
'he Woman's Missionary Society, of
w Hope Church, Newberry Circuit,
ich was organized on Sunday, the
I uit, elected the following officers:
esident Mrs. Ann E. Crooks; vice
esident, Mrs. Liz:- Cromer; Secre
-y, Mrs. L. C. Graham; Pecording
retary, Mrs. F. D. Graham; Treas- g
)r, Mrs. A. F. Cromer.
Rev. W. M. Grier, D.D., President
Due West College, preached a very
le and interesting sermon in the As
:iate Reformed Church Sunday night e
>m the text. "Believe on the L1tord Je- ns
iChrist, and tlaou shalt be saved."
ie church was crowded. Dr. Grier
ached Sunday morning and after
on to a large congregation at Head
The editor of the Kershaw Gazee evi: A
otly doesn't calculate on a very ex
nsive excursion by the Press Conven- B
n, judging from the following in his
it issue: "We'd like to attend thean- ti
al meeting of the- State Press Associa- B
a, but can't do so unless some of our
bscribers who owe ns will come for- W
Lrd and help as in the way of money C(
itters. Send us $1 or $2 by the 20th
An elegantly printed card of -invita
in to the Semi-Centennial picnic of b,
essrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, B
inters and stationers of Charleston,
ven to their employees and friends, t3
is received last week. The picnic t(
me off Saturday last, at Remley's
>int, and was go co.gbt a very enjoy- al
le affair, and we regret not being able a)
attend. This establishment has been
active operation for 50 years and em
oys a large number of hands.
Mr. Thos. D. Smith, a New York dis
ple of the Art Preservative, favored b
with a call Tuesday efterngon.
Mrs. A. P. Davis, of Bush River, is
ending a week with Mrs. H. H.
ease and Mrs. Reeder in Newberry.
Mr. R. S. Marks, of the Cc4gmhia
gister, paid us a visit Monday. He
travelling in the interest of that ex- m
Messrs. R. L. McCaughrin and J. N.
artin attended the meeting of the
ockholders of the Piedmont Factory O
Piedmont yesterday. G
Capt. N. B. Mazyck and Mr. J. R.M
atthewes have gone to SpartanburgG
attend the Episcopal Convention as
llegates from St. Luke's Cinrch.
President Holland, of Newberry Col
ge, is in Baltimore this week as a
legate from this State to the Grand
yd of Knights of Honor of the Uni-E
Rev. L. Broaddus and Col. Jno. R. B
saell are in Greenville attending the
ssion of the Southern Baptist Conven
m. Messrs. W. T. Wright and S. D
att are attending as visitors.
Mr. John H. Jones, of Centreville
rigborhood in 1$is County, killed a i
range bird on his plantation, on the
inst., which measured three feet sev- S1
Sinches from tip to tip of wing; neck
elve inches long; bill, four and a half
ches; legs, fifteen inches; longest toe,
ree inches, with nails one inch. Col
-rather darker than a hawk; wings
irk blue. Its height three feet.
From the foregoing description can
iy of our ornithologists tell from
hence came this stranger? Here is
opportuni$y for on; friend Burr T
Mr. Ramage says, send down the A
rd; that he can't give opinions in or-P
thology from newspaper reports,C
We are indebted to our friend Capt.V
hn Alexander, of the Congaree Iron
forks, Columbia, for a copy of' TS Lils, C
humorpia paper publsned 'In Man- x
ow to Save.
All hard workers are subject to bilious S1
tacks which may end in dangerous illness.
rker's Ginger Tonic will keep the kidneys p
d liver active, and by preventing the at- C
ck save much sickness, loss of time and0
pent,e. jielay at such times means dan- g
3r.-Detroit Press. See other column. S
Our Puzzle Corner. is
ANSWERS TO LAST PUZZLEs. S
TRANSPOSED BLANiiS.-1, Elba, AbeIl
te. 2. Amy, May, yap. '3. ILna,T
eal, lane, lean. 4. Miles, limes,
nile. 5. Eben, been. 6. Evan, Neva,
CONUDRUM.-It was an acher (Ach-I
r) and was aching (Achan).j
I'm like a lobster very dark,
And, heated, turn to red;
In form ai neyer twice alike j
Am mins tail and 'head.
I'm not a fish from out the sea,
But dwell within the earth,
And serve von best when in your home
You sit beside your hearth.
Cncealedin a new way-find it.)
1. Carrie and Ida rode out.
2. Has Annie very round eyes?
3. Peter ate raw Irish soup.
4. Paul ate lots of sugar.
O_ _ . W. T- a
From shortening take aa appendage-.
nd leave the art of hiealing.
__ . LiziN.
y first is a poet or writer of songs,
My next is a fruit too bitter to eat; c
iy third to the kingdom of Flora be
My fourth is an animal, agile apd
fleet. *-L J.
SUAL INCREASE of
Jrnish to the Public,
aat or Rye)
- - 50 Cents,
- 25 Cents.
- - 15 Cents.
0 Cents Loaf weight -
L-2 to 40 Cents.
2 1-2 to 20 Cents.
n their Liberal Patron
a Continuance of the
Pr Goods and .]otions
UILKS and ATIS
'LIN ANMD PA MYL INb
1 cent per yar-d and upwards.
IT Call and Exmie
Polite and courteous attention given to
very visitor, whether purchaser or not
Mar. 30, 13-tf.
T1ake pleasure in stating that they are
ow inl receip~t of a splendid stock of
SPING AND 8IJMRR
IUSINFSS AND DRESS SUITS,
Phreb for variety, excellence and prioe
Cannot be surpassed.
indergarments of all kiind&
IIRS, UNDvaYSI, DIWUS,a
A beautiful assortment of
Cravats, Collars, Suspenders, Ac.
IATS? 1IHA TS: H ATIS
In Straw, Felt and Silk, all colors -and
styles, and very handsomie.
leBIeBeB'S and Youth'She
TEUNEB, VAT-TRE, UN3mrs.an,
In short every article usnally kept in .
irst elata Clothing Store, aUiving prices.
Au exaaniinatin of on stock is respect
ully solicited. Wo guarantee steatc
n all goods sold.
WRIGhT A J. Wa 0WT4E~
e, .1 -V
n Account of the UNU
I am now Prepared to Ft
'20 Tickets for - -
9 Tickets for -
4 Tickets for - -
2 Tickets for -
ach Ticket Good for a 1
1 lb. E
Cakes, per lb., from 12 ]
Candies, per Ib., from 1.
AT PRICES TO DEF'
se- Tankng the Public 1
re, I RespectfuUy SolicU
pr. 27, 12-3m.
HENCE COMES THE UNBOUND'
ED POPULARITY OF
Ilcock's Porous Plasters?
ecause they have proved
emselves the Best External
emedy ever invented. They
ill cure asthma, coughs,.
>lds, rheumatism, neuralgia,
id any local pains.
Applied to the small of the
ick they are infallible in
ack-Ache, Nervous Debili
, and all Kidney troubles; )
the pit of the stomach they
e a sure cure for Dyspepsia
id Liver Complaint.
ALLCOCK'S P OROUS
LASTERS are paiuless,
-agrant, and quick to cure.
ewge of imitations that
list er and burn. Get
LLCOCK'S, the only Genuine
Jan. 5, 1-6m. eow
NEWBERBT, S. C., May 10, 1882.
-dinary.......................... 9 a 9& 1
>od Ordinary..................... 9a10
>od Middling..................11 alli
Newberry Prices Current.
y J. N. MARTIN. & Co.
Shoulders, Prime New... a 9
Shoulders, Supar Cured. 9
Sides, C. E., New........... a1
Sides, Long Clear..n.........alt
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
La,in Tieces.......... 15
Leaf, in TBucets..........1
Coe ............ 10 .
New OrlMlsse. 60
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hyson............. 1.50
LE P E.......................--- 2
Boasted or Parched...25
White Wine vinegar 65
Tennessee..............1.251.) - e
AREY.... ................-- .I
)AP.......................... 5a 10
CACH..................,,- Ba 12
7A CANDLES. ........15
~GLISH SODA..... ....1
A FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
KL GREASE............. .. 10
)BACCO.................... 60a 1.25
AILS (10) ker.... ........(5
EBOW TIES. erbunce........ 2 00
ED ORSEED-per lb...20 D
ED OATS-per bu............ '5a 80
MO THr H.Y................... i n
CE! ICE!! ICE!!!
By Wholesal and Retail
LT BOTTOM FIGURES.1
?URE SQDA WATER
Satisfaction guaranteed an all of the
boe as to purity and ef#zcacy. 4
Apr. 13, 15.-ti
All persons are forbidden from hiring or
arboring- Pierce Harmon and his wife,
tnanda Harmon, colored, who are ir.des
outract to the subscriber for ;.e present
ear. Any pers.r, y.tgatirg this notice
n! be progectea'to the full extent of the1
* GODFREY HARMON,
Apr. 27, 17-St Proeperity S. C.