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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, MAY. 18, 188
axx To.Naw ADVmRTIrEEST.
B. C. Maybi--Notice.
J. IL Nahe'-Auditor'' Notice.
- Jobu Braton-'surance Notice.
a- Publishing Co.-Agents Wanted.
G. F. Williams-Sunday School Worker
A child - of Mr. Joseph H. Sullivai
of Laurens County, died in Newberr
the 10th instant, while Mrs. Sulliva
was v'lsiting her brother Dr. Pelham.
There is a talked of excursion t
Greenwood, S. C., at no distant da3
Fdrtber particulars next week.
The. beauty and color of the hair may b
safely regained by using Parker's Hair Bi
sam, wbicn. is much admired for its-pe
fume, cleanliness and dandruff eradicaui,
The Rev. Allen Curr, of Scotland, th
distinguished Lecturer, will lecture i
Newberry early next wqsk. Mr. Cot
is highly spoken of, and our people wi
have a rare intellectual treat.
Bitten by a Spider.
Chief of Police H. T. Fellers was bil
ten by a spider the night of the 9th, an
was made very sick by it. For seven
days be was confined to his bed, an
for a time his case appear,ed to be criti
cal. He is now up and about.
Mr. A. C. Jones has sold out his bus;
ness to Messrs. J. B. Wheeler & Bro.
The firm of Maybin & Tarrant ha
been dissolved. The business will b
conducted by Mr. Maybin.
Mr. M. C. Galluchat has sold out hi
lease of the,Newberry Hotel to Messr
J.'S. Bull and Robert Miller. The nei
management takes possession the firs
How to Save.
All hard workers are subject to biliou
attacks which may end in dangerous illnes;
Parker's Ginger Tonic will keep the kidues
and liver active, and by preventing the at
tack save much -sickness, loss of time an
expense. Delay at such times means dat
ger.-Detroir. Press. See other column.
A "Bank" Burglar Caught
- Luke Johnson, colored, who brok
into Mr. ' David Rikard's potato ban
last January and stole $240 in gold the
was concealed there, was captured ii
Edgefield County last week and wa
brought to Newberry Friday by Consta
ble E. K. Bedenbaugh and committe
to jail. Luke says that George John
so, colored, who was convicted at th
February term of the Court for recei
ing part of the stolen money got abou
half the money.
} We note with pleasure that Mrs. W
H.Clark, the accomplished Pianist an<
teacher of music, will favor Newberr
with another Grand Concert at thi
-Opera House, on the 22d of May. It i
for the benefit of the L OG. T., and wil
and Vocal Music of the best order
Mr. Ben Ballew, of Laurens, is dowi
on the bills for some of his remarkabi
performances. We predict a full hous
on this occasion.
Austin Weaver and Hamp Mitchel]
both colored, broke jail last Wednes
day night by boring out a hole in th<
wall of their cell with an auger, and
- then sliding down from the third stor:
-by a lightning rod to the ground. The:
escaped about 10 o'clock-just as th<
storm came up. The Sheriff learned c
the escape a ~few minutes after itoc
curred, and with the aid of the Polico
attempted to catch them; but failed
* eaver was in to await trial for larce
ny;. Mitchell to await trial for assaul
and battery with intent to kill.
How the prisoners gottheauger is :
- mystery. _ _ _ _
Rev. F~ W. Conrad, D. D., of Phila
delphia, will preach in the Lutheral
Church next .Tuesday_.evening at
- ei iy Miepreacher
,adis recognized as one of the mos
*prominent leaders of the Lutherai
Church in this country. He is noted fo
-his brilliant oratory as well as bis logics
and forcible style in the pulpit. Dr. Con
rad is visiting various places in th
South. and from here he will go t
Charlotte to attend the meeting of th
General Synod, South. on the 25th inst
and will no doubt give an account c
his trip in the Lutheran Observer, c
which paper he is the Editor.
Mrs. Jesse James.
The widow of the noted outlaw, sine
-the "removal" of her husband; has bee
so besieged by reporters and publisher
that, in self-protection, she has bee:
compelled to publish a sworn statewex
denying that she authorized the use <
her name in connection with any pri
tended history of her husband's life.
la this connection it may not be or
ofpaet u s that persons desirin
great American highwaymen would d
well to examine Col. J. W. Buel's fi
*moos "Border Outlaws," which has jm
been revised and a new edition publisl:
-- ed from new plates throughout. Se
advertisement elsewhere in this papel
Some Choice Books of Wit and Humor.
The book-buying public will certainly
delighted, even if the old-line publishers ai
disgusted, with the work The Useful Kno1
S -ledge Publishing Company, of New York
doing. They are just issuing a number<
works of the choicest grade of wit and bl
mor. One "Studies in Stanr.e-s, Tints f<
the Times, Ballads, and Broadsides," is t
K Orpheus C. Kerr, than whom no America
humnoroqs writer has been worthier fain
-For .keen Wit, scathing satire, deep lait
mysterious plot, purity and nobility
*though t and rollicking, healthy, hearts fu;
he is quite without a rival in~his varii
brilliant accomnplishmnenas. The millions <
bhe Anserican people who hays in timd
past laughed at his inimitable productioi
will give his new b.ok most bearty we
come. It is issued in a charming litt
volume at the usual marvellously lo
-prices of The U. K. P. Co., Utility Bindinj
20 ers., Extra cloth, c0 et., Half Russi
40 cts. At the same they publish, each
a large 12 mo. volume of nearly 800 ptge
the complete works of the inimitable w
and essayist, Charles La.mb, the Choi<
-Works of the incomparable Irish Humnoris
-Tom Hood, and the Choice Works of Des
Swift, whose quality of wit is withouti
like in the world's literature. All these a.
me~- books which naturally belong int every mar
the library. Enterpioig booksellers supp
*hm ad' the pu6lishpra atclbg
ci etik ad canvassers' in every county and4ow
188uro0 to whosm very unusual terms and facihiu
_ At the last regular meeting of Ka
ciusko Lodge, No. 32, I. O. G. T., tb
2. following officers were installed by
H. M. Kinard, L. D.:
W. C. T.-Jno. W. Taylor.
W. R. H. S.-Mrs. Alma Thompsot
W. L H. S-Miss Ella Blats.
W. V. T.-Miss Lula F. Werts.
W. S.-D. A. Russell.
W. A. S.-Miss Addie Duckett.
* W. F. S.-Jno. R. Mathis.
* W. T-Jno. A. Kinard.
W. C.-J. S. Russell.
W. M.-H. H. Franklin.
W. D. M.-Miss C. Wilson.
W. I. G.-Harry Clark.
W. 0. G.-J. H. M. Kinard.
P. W. C. T.-Jas. Packer.
? The following is the list of the Pet
Jury, drawn for the June Term<
Silas Walker, J. Wilson Long, A. M
Bow'ers, John S. J. Saber, Thos. E
e Chalmers, D. L. Gary. J. D. Watsor
John J. Sease, Jacob H. Dominic
Thos. W. Keitt. Sim Counts, Drayto
L. Harmon, W. Glenn Metts, J. Bar
Dawkins, R. .S. Davidson, Wm. E
Long, Jno. A. Baker. Samuel L. Myers
e Rufus C. Boozer. Newton Hogg, Jas
a L. Henderson, Jas. M. Kelly, Jno. C
r Schumpert, G. C. Ridlebuber, Jno. I
Glenn, M. T. Epps, J. Thos. Mayes
Jno. J. Amick, George Fant, Jeff bf
Quattlebaum. Jas. W. McKittrick, D
P. Dobbins. Jas. B. Kempson, Thos. J
- Boozer, J. R. Scurry, A. P. Dominick
Rip Van Winkle Again.
d The ever-delightful "Rip Van Winkle" i
_ "waking up" lately in tens of thousands o
American homes where only his fame ha
heretofore entered. The Useful Know
ledge Publishing Company, New York, ha
published this and other of the famou
sketches of Washington Irving in an ex
qui,ite little volume, as beautiful as ofte
finds a place in the homes of ordinary mor
e tals, and at a mere pittanc' in price.-l
cts. in Utl'ty binding, 25 ets. in cloth, 3
ets. in half Russia and 40 cts. in extr
a cloth, red-line, gilt edges. These are be
ing scattered broadcast as specimens of tb
r quality of book making and of the marve
lously low prices of this new publishin
company ; and they are winning for then
the friendship of tens of thousands wh
delight in beautiful books as well as i
cheap and good literature. Enterprisiul
booksellers will snpply their publications
and club agents and canvassers are wante
in every county and town, to whom ver
unusual terms and facilities are givet
Catalogues with specimen pages and term
will be sent upon request.
The Mechanical News, an illustrate
journal of Manufacturing, Engineering
Milling and Mining is one of the bes
papers of its kind that we receive. I
is full of interesting and useful reading
all of which is beautifully illustrated
It is published twice a month, at th
exceedingly low price of $1 per year
by Jas. Leffel & Co., New York. Senc
for a specimen copy.
The Scientfc American, is an oid, es
tablished and reliable journal, devotec
to Mechanics, Arts and Science. Tb
illustrations in this paper are superL
and the letter press very interesting
I treating of all current subjects. Tb
Scientific American keeps up with al
a new inventions in mechanics ani
s science, and hence is invaluable. Pric
I $3.20 per annum, published by Muni
I & Co., New York.
' The Printers' Circular, published b:
R. S. Menain, Philadelphia, is c
~great value to Printers and Pubbshera
and we always derive great pleasur
from reading its well selected and or
For Attorney General.
The names of a numnbor of able an<
ldistinguished lawyers in various part
of the State have been mentioned il
connection with the office of Attorne;
.General of South Carolina for th
S.coming term. Prominently amonj
.them we have noticed. the name a
,Hon. Y. J. Pope, of Newberry. W
.have not the honor of a persona
.acquaintance with Mr. Pope, bu,. w'
are satisfied from his enviable reputa
tion that he would be a worthy suc
cessor of the present brilliant and ele
quent Attorney General. He seems ta
be popular at home. We notice tha
he was recently unanimously selecte<
as the first Mayor of the growing cit;
of Newberry. His county has honore<
Shim as District Judge. chairman of th
Democratic Executive Committee fo
several years, and as a Representativ
in the Legislature. He has for fiftee
r or twenty years enjoyed a large an
I lucrative practice at the bar, and rank
.among the foremost lawyers in tb
,Western part of the State. For severs
Syears he served on the State Executiv
SCommittee. During the settlement ofth
public debt he was one of the leaders i
the House of Representatives. He wa
falso one of the counsel in the celebrate
bond cases, and, by some of the higl:
est authorities in such matters, is sai
to have signalized his ability as a lawye
in those cases. We might mention bi
Ssplendid record in the army, but cedar
arma togae.-Lancaster Ledger.
Mr The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
The New Town Assessment.
Messrs. W. T. Tarrant, Alan Johr
t stone and B. H. Cline, assessors of tb
Svalue of real estate in the corporal
e limits of Newberry, filed their repoi
> with the Town Clerk the 10th. The
-assessments were made after a carefa
t examination of the property. Ever
- lot or parcel of land in town was visi
e ed by the assessors. The followin
.shows the assessed value of real estal
in the different Wards:
Ward 1, - - - - $122,1'i
:Ward 2,- - - - - -.5
,. Ward 4, - - - - 182.31
is C. &G. R.R. Co., - - 35(
a. Total, - - - - S665,4i
ur This is an increase over last year
y about $125,000. There are two reasot
n for this large increase; ist. The asses
- ments in a large number of cases si
Shigher; 2nd, All lands used for agr
~cultural purposes within the corporal
~imits have been assessed and will her~
dafter bear their portion of the burden
taxation--such lands were heretofoi
a exempt from taxation. There Is abol
~$60,000 worth of such land in Newbe
Property owners who are dissatisfit
,with the assessment put upon their pr
~, perty can go before the Council at at
a time within thirty days from the filic
a, of the assessment-any time up to Juz
it 10th-and ask for a reduction.
t, Skin diseases are increasing to an alarn
n ing extent, and when left alone take dee
~s er root, and the longer neglected are tl
e more dificult to cure. They all indicate
'5 disordered or impure condition of the bloo
y A few bottles of the great vegstiabIe alter
ts tire, S. 8. S., by puri?fying the blood, cur
2, all such diseases, and robs future years
as much suffering. Price, $1.00 and $l.'lhp
What He Saw.
s- A ruralist happened in at Wright &
e J. W. Coppock's large Clothing Empo
f. rium the other day, and standing before
one of their pier glasses, saw to his sur
prise a counterpart of himself or his
1. brother Tom,- who resembles him very
much. He saw further a customer pass
ing before the glass who was trying on
a coat. Like the old woman who went
to sleep on the King's highway, and
was shorn of her petticoat by an itine
rant pedlar, and who didn't know her
self when she woke up, so be was at a
loss. "Hallo, Tom. is that you, old
fell, what are you doing with your coat
off, anybody crowding you?" With
that he went behind the glass, and not
seeing any one or anything like a fight.
he came and reconnoitered in front and
discovered the mystery. "Look here,
t Wright," said he, "what do you mean
f by this trap; by gosh I just want a bat
to smash that infernal glass into the
middle of next week." We imagine he
had been looking on the wine when it
is red in the cup.
School Pic Nics.
r A very enjoyable pic nic was that of
Miss Nora Cofield's sehool of boys on
Friday last, at Cline's grove. The day
. could not have been more delightful if
it had been m"de expressly to order for
the occasion. At an early hour-for
, boys who don't like to get up soon of
mornings-the bright chaps were up,
clothes donned, breakfast dispatched,
and then out as lively as grigs, with a
host of their sisters, cousins, sweet
hearts. aunts, and mothers, and a few
old fathers, all on the green sward as
s happy as happy could be. The spread
f at 1 o'clock was sumptuous and irresis
s tible, except to one little chap who had
a pain superinduced by too much lunch.
* He could not be prevailed on to come
e near.the table, but by dint of coaxing
was induced to make a martyr of him
self, on a leg of nice fried chicken and
sundry other goodies. Happily that
chap succeeded in getting outside of
those cold vittles, thus proving that he
has the stuff in *him of which heroes
are made. What remained of the feast
after the eaters were through gave evi
dence of the ample provision made for
the young folks. The behavior of the
a boys and girls was heroic, superb, bet
ter than we ever saw on any similar
i occasion. We were much pleased at
this, and so no doubt were the mothers,
and the kind teacher, who each had
something to do with it. These boys
and girls will grow up into men and
women one of these days if they don't
get a back set. A painful accident be
fell a little son of Mr. Koppe!, who re
j ceived an accidental blow from a bat
while playing base ball, and this was
the only thing which disturbed the gen
eral hilarity. Though painful, we are
pleased to say the wound was not se
On the same charming day, and under
similar green and shady bowers, the
i large and flourishing academy of Miss
Nellie Chapman, at Hartford Church,
enjoyed its spring pie nic. Miss Nellie
- had kindly sent us an invitation, but
I alas not being able to divide our ana
a tomy into two parts it was impossible
. to be at both delightful places at one
and the same time. We have be.
told however, by one of the two vene
I rablo sires there, and who received his
I first lessons in the three R's at that very
a spot some fifty years ago. that this was
Sthe best pic nic he ever attended, and
that the editor missed ever so much en
Sjoyment in the Calisthenic and general
Sexercises, the fun and the elegant 'din
ner, which the good people of that ee
'tion know so well how to prepare.
. Miss Nellie though yet in her' teens, is
an accomplished teacher, and by hel
amiable deportment bas the love of ber
pupils and their parents. We hope
that the next time these schools have
their frolics that they will not be on the
same day, that the editor may not ap
Various and all About.
All kinds of garden truck are fine.
-Nothing heard from the gay Lotha
Irio from Lancaster.
Irish potatoes are unusually large and
-abundant this season.
.All kinds of fruit with the exception
, of cherries, is abundant.
SA promising young man is he who is
I engaged to half a dozen girls.
SMiss Nora Cofield's school will give a
, public entertainment in June.
r Our lawyers are again in Colombia
Sthis week in attendance on the Supreme
With the thermometer down to 46,
as it was Sunday morning, cotton is not
1 doing well.
& A few new moneyed subscribers want
a ed. Without the cash they wlll not be
If you don't register you can't vote.
. Register then by all means, or the State
will be lost.
r A few copies of Ebrich's Quarterly of
5 Fashions still on hand at the HERALD
4 Book Store.
Subscribers to Leslie's Sanday Maga
zine are requested to call and get their
A package was left in this office on
Saturday last which- the owner can have
for the asking.
e A heavy rain, accompanied by hail,
-t ftll Monday night, and the weather
r continues cool.
il The public debate was postponed Mon
I day night, on account of the storm, to
the night of the 26th.
e At the last sessioil of the Legislature
a bushel of cotton seed, was fixed by
5 law, at thirty pounds.
0 Mr. Win. A. Dickert, of this County,
5was pretty badly mashed while coupling
cars at Pelzerlast week.
- Mr. Wmn. H. Blats has moved into
5 the store opposite the HERALD office,
if and is running a shoe shop.
'* The Hop. M. C. Sutler has our thanks
- for an Abridgment of the Message and
* Documents of 1680 and 1881.
e The first spring chickens were
, brought in on Tursday, and several
> hungry fellers were aft,er them.
* Scientific mammas are feeding their
it daughters on phosphorous. bedause it is
a good thing for making matches.
d Mr. A. C. Workman has twenty
.acres of oats that he thinks will make
y between 35 and 40 bushels per acre.
g Look out boys and wear your nob
ie biest neck ties as a bevy of Charleston
girls are about paying Newberry a
>- For aged men, women, weak and
ie sickly children, without a rival.' Will
a not cause headache. Brown) Tromn
s~ 'The chl 4rgits one of our liveliest
f exchanges has passed another mile
r stone on i's Journalistic career. It has
our best wishes.
The picnic of the season will be given
by Capt. Pifer's pupils Friday at Maj.
Jones' fish pond. Young men are ex
pected to do their best.
The Hoge School will have a picnic
to-day in Cline's Grove and an exhibi
tion to-night in Thespian Hall. An in
vitation has been received.
If you want any kind of Job Printing
done bring it to the HERALD office.
All work guaranteed to give satisfac
tion, and prices moderate.
Mr. Ed. Scholtz says that there was
frost in his garden on Wednesday morn
ing. No doubt it was in other gardens,
but gardeners got up too late to see it.
A neat and substantial bridge has
been built by Mr. Jackson, over the
creek near E. S. Coppock's. Our in
defatigable street Marshal is a worker.
The weather prophet Vennor, says
that the summer will be the reverse of
clear and dry. He is pretty generally
correct, but sometimes misses the mark.
A beautiful lot of cream laid long fold
note paper with envelopes to match to
be had at the HERALD Book Store, be
sides many other new and elegant ar
We cannot afford to order books and
other kinds of stationery, and then wait
the convenience of parties for whom
they were ordered. We pay cash for
all articles so ordered.
Now is the time to subscribe for the
HERALD, the crop prospect is good, the
seasons are promising, and money will
be easy. Two dollars invested in the
HERALD will prove a good plant.
Without charge our readers are ad
vised to eat-beets, peas, beans, and po
tatoes, but not too many or every day,
as they might get sick, or the sup
ply give out. Moderate use wili be
Mr, L. A. Hawkins, living near Beth
Eden Church, lost his only work mule
Sunday night. Our sympathy, together
with $2 are tendered him, in the hope
that others may give like aid to enable
him to purchase another. Bring your
contIibutions to this office.
The editor of the Saluda (Greenwood)
Argus in one part of his last week's pa
per gives- a long account of his visit to
Augusta; in another place the local re
porter says: "The liquor trade was
rather dull last week." The reader
can draw his own conclusion.
A poor little "yallar" dog about six
inches high attracted the attention of at
least a hundred citzens on Thursday
afternoon. The outcry was immense,
while rocks hurtled throqgh the twi
light atmosphere in every direction.
So scared was the dog that it is doubt
ed if it has yet stopped running. Noth
ing has yet happened that can draw a
crowd quicker than a dog, chase.
Mr. Izlar, of Orangeburg, is in town.
Col. Thos J. Lipscomb, Superinten
dent of the Penitentary, is in town.
Mr. S. N. Evans, who has been at
home sick for several days, was able to
return to his work in Columbia Mon
The Rev. John Stout, former pastor
of the Baptist Church of this place, spent
a few days in town on his way from
the Greenville Convention.
Mr. Robert Leavell, of Texas, is stop
ing a few days with his brother ol.
Jno. R. Leavell, on his return from the
Baptist Convention at Greenville.
Mr. Sam'l Merrill, from Raleigh. N.
C.. has moved into Mr. Lathrop's house
on Cline Street. He is superintendent
of the pumps along the C. & G. R. R.
and its branches.
Col.T.B. Crews occasionally sheds the
light of his face on Newberry. One of
his visits was made last week in passing
through on his way to Charleston.
He is always welcome.
Our .Ptszzie Corner.
ANSWERS TO LAST PliZZLES.
HIDDEN CIEIS.-1. Cairo. 2. Ha
vre. 3. Paris. 4. Palas. (Read the
first letter in each sentence.)
Composed of 24 letters.
My 10. 16, 17, 12, is a cushioned seat.
My 19, 4, 1, 7, 14, 21, is to talk under
My 11, 8, 18, 23, 2, is to instruct.
My 6, 9. 20, 24, is a thought.
My 13, 22, 5, 3, 15, are parts of a fork.
My whole is a country. BELLE.
My first we do if we would win
In true and worthy deeds.
My second is the vessel small
That holds of plants the seeds.
My whole stands only on three feet,
And that is all it needs, P.
1. In Mongul.
2. "A serpent by the way, an adder
in the path."-Bible.
3. A river in Africa.
4. A suicide in B5ron.
5. Mightier than the sword.
6. In despot. LIZZE N.
Notice of Executor's
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. David
Johnson, as Jndge of the Court of Prob.ate
for Union Cotunty, I will|:sell at Newberry
C. H., S. C., on Monday the fifth day o1
June next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
Twente shares of Stock in the Nationa
Bank of Newberry, South Carolina.
Terms of Sale Cash.
SARAH E. T. CHICK.
As Executrix of the last will and t.estamenl
of Pettus W. Chick, deceased.
May 18 St
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS
The next State Sunday School C.onven
tion of South Carolina will mie't in CAM
DEN, on the SECOND WEDNESD.AY 01
Each County is entitled to as mr.ny rep
reientatives as it has in the Legislature
They are appointed by the Interdenominia
tional County Sunday Sehool Convention
where one esists; other wise, by Count3
Secretary. Let the CountylSecretaries looli
after the representation at once, also see
that full County Sunday School statistici
are prepared and presenr.g to the meetin
Sunday Shol Workers, let us devot4
thougzt andf prayer to the meetintg an(
wnaks it yery p~rogtable to the Sgn4ai
School c use in our State.
We hope to Dublish Programme ere long
G. F. WILLIAMS,
Rs, .C,President Executive Board.
RIDeE, S C., May 1 2
FOR THE HERALD.
MESSRS. EDITORS: I wonder if the
merchants of Newberry think that the
farmers cannot get their provisions at
another place but Newberry, as they
have refused to credit them for sup
plies. I want them to know that we
can go elsewhere, and that we of Pin.
dar Ridge section will take our cotton
I wonder if the people of Newberry
will never have wells dug on the streets
or other places, so that the farmers
can get water for their stock when
they come to town.
I wonder if the lawyers all think
they must run for County and State
offices, when they will not collect a
note for a farmer for less than two
thirds of the amount it calls for.
I wonder when the farmers will
learn to raise their own supplies at
home and not ask the merchants for
I wonder when we will be able to
get the right kind of men in office
that will do justice and not steal the
public money. A FARMER.
BRoWN'S IRON BIrERS
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
BROWN'S IRON BIrERs
is guaranteed to be a non-:
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. RIcE, editor of
the American Chris#an Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Cmn., 0., Nov. z6, ISSi.
Gents:-The foolish wast
ing of vital force in buness,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your pea atinanecessity;
and if applied, will savehun
dreds who resort to saloons
BROWN'S IRON BrrrERS
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c., and it never
fails to render speedy and
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teething
Powders) will cure your child. For
sale by all Druggists and Country Mer
NEWBERRY, S. C., May 13, 1882.
List of advertised letters for week ending
May 13, 1882:
Boatwright, Edward Kelly, W. D.
(col.) Philson, Mrs, Jane
Cadwell, Thos. Smith, J. T.
Cannon, Prince Scott, Mrs. Thos.
Carter, Belton Slight, Thos.
Davenport, Richard Williams, garriett
Kidwell, F. I..
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. E. W. BOONE, P. M.
NEWBERRY, S. C., May 17, 1882
Ordinary....................... 9 a 9f
Good Ordinary.................. 9a10
Good Middling..................11 all*
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTFIN & Co.
Shoulders, Prime New... a 9
Shoulders, Sugar Cured. 9
Sides C. E., Ne...........a 2]
DRY SAL MEATS
Sides, C. B., New........... a 2
Sides, Long Clear........... a2
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) IS
Leaf, in Tierces...........1
L.eaf, in Buckets.......... 16
Granulated Standard.... a.
Extra C................. 1
CoUee C................. 10
New Orleans............. 10
New Orleans Syrup... 86
New Orleans Molasses. 60
Cuba Molasses.... 60
Sugar House Molases.e 40
Gunpowder.. .1..... ... 50
Young Uyson...,.......... 1.5
Roasted or Parched..... 25
Beat Ri............... 20s
Good Rio.........---- 1620
White Wine Vinegar.. 66
BA RLY.................... 2.00
SOAP.....................-.. 6 a
STAR CANDLES.............. 15
FLOUE, per bbI.......... ......O8.0a0.03
CONCENTRATED LYE...... 10
ENGLISH SODA. ..-......... 10
~OESFORD'S B AKING P41.. . W25
fIi(01 k ............... 4.50
ABOw TIE bue.......20
E) COV-ER SED-erIb.......a 0
REDMOTS-Y e HAY................ 5 1
WGT & W, CPPOCk
Take pleasure in stating that they are
now in receipt of a splendid stock of
SPRING IND S[MMER
BUSINESS AN! DRESS SUITS,
Which for variety, excellence and price
cannot be surpassed.
Undergarments of all kinds
SIIRTS, UNDERlISTS, DRAIIB&S, S,CKS.
A beautiful assortment of
Cravats, Collars, Suspenders, &c.
HATS I HATS : HATS?
In Straw, Felt and Silk, all colors and
styles, and very handsome.
Gentlemen's and Youths' Shoes
TRUNKS, VALISES, UMR1i.TA.,
In short every article usually kept in a
first class Olothing Store, at living prices.
An examination of our s:ock is respect.
fully solicited. We guarantee satisfaction
in all goods sold.
WRIGHT & J. W. 'COPPOCR.
Mar. 23, 12-tf.
TowN oF NEwBEaaY, S. C.,
May 10th, 1882.
To ALL WHOM IT xY CoNCE N:
Notice is hereby given that the assess
ment for taxation of the Real Estate within
the limits of the Town of Newberry, by
Messrs. Alan Johnstone, W m. T. Tarrant
and B. H. Cline has this day been filed in
the office of the Clerk and Treasurer of the
Town of Newberry.
[L. s.] W. H. HUNT,
Mayor pro tem.
J. S. Faira, C. & T., T. C_,N.
May 11, 19-2'.
An Ordinance to Amend an
Ordinance to Preserve the
Health, and for other Pur
poses Therein Mentioned,
Ratified 14th Day of May,
Be it ordained by the Mayor and' Alder
men of the Town of Newberry, in Council
assembled, and by the authority of th+e
SEcTIoN 1. That Section i of sai& Ordi
nance be so amended that the words "and
shall be kept off the pavements or side
walks of said,Town of Newberry"-shall be
added to the word "person" in the tenth
line of said Section.
Done and ratified under the corporate seal
of said Town of Newberry, on the
[L.. S.] fourth day of May, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and eighty-two.
YOUNG JOHN POPE,
Attest: -May or.
J. S. FAIR, C. & T., T. C. N.
May11, 19 st.
$4,000 AT MARRIAGE!
MAL AID UNON,
'122 Gravler St., New Orleans.
DIRECTOES-J. P. LONGLEY, Prest.; H. T.
Sec and TIreas. S. . TODD, A.BY
NOIB, J. Q. A. FELLOWS.
This Union was organized to associate to
gether worthy unmarried white men and
women, to assist each other by providing a
fand for them at marriag'e by means of mu
Uaal assessments. No member can marry
before six months and have any claim on
the marriage fund. The prices in this Union
Tefolloin table wilshow teben~s$
members wilbe entitled to at marriagelin
the different classes:
In Class A. B.JC. D.
After 8 months. -.... $250 $ *50 *1.0
..8 ...-..3341 6685l001,33
.. .. ... 3761 752 1.128 1,504
.. 10--..-....-4181 836j 1,2541 1,872
.. n1.1 ... 460 920,13801 1,840
.. 12 ..... 500~ 1,0u0 1.500 2,000
..- 13--..-.... 542 1,084 1,626 2,161
.. 1 .. ...584: 1,168j1752j 2338
..21 . .. 6 1,752 1,878 2,504
18.--2-.-....-91 1,836 2,750; 3,672
.. 23 .. ....t 960! 1920 2,880j 3,844
... 24 .. .... 1.000! 2.000 3,000, 4.000
CLASS A-Membership Fee, $6; Advance
Assessment, $1; Annua Due, $3.
CLASS B-Membership Fee, $9; Advance
Assessment -2; Annua Due, $4.50d
vance ssssent$; Anna Due, $.
Assessment, $4; Annua Due, $6.
to the ofcfor circuar. andblan applica
tions, giving fall paz ticulars.
Address all communications to
E.1.2E2 Grave St., New Oreans.
~ mSaewhere you saw this advertise
ment. May 11, 19-Sm.
The subscriber is the agent for the folb
lowing Agricultural Machines, vi;.;
W'QQWWWKS IIARVESTINB MACNINE,
THE BREGS & CO, REAPER,
MEADOW KING MOWER AND RAKES, &C,
The above named machines have the
very best testimonial3, and are warranted
to do their work in tI,e best manner.
Parties wishing to see me can do so every
Saturday. I have had six years experience
with these Machines and will show how
they are run. Mr. T. 0. Pool will attend
to sales during my absence.
FRED. A. SCIIUEPERT.
Mar. 9, 10-6m*
GLENN & POOL,
(8uno.m-rsto Wi.?. lance, 4le'4 )
The undersigned haying associated them.
selves toget,ler for the purpose of conduct.
ing the 1NSURANCE BUSINESS, wouli
respectfully ask for a continuance of the
business lately entrusted to Major Nance
and also any new business blat may offer.
JAMES &' GilNN.
1%NCE C, POOL.
Aug. 9, 18, S2-tf.
W. H. WALLACE,
-NEWBERRY, S, C.
On Account of the UI
I am now Prepared to
20 Tickets for -
9 Tickets for
4 Tickets for -
2 Tickets for
Each Ticket Good for i
Cakes, per lb., from 1
Candies, per lb., fron
AT PRICES TO D1
a&i Thanking the Publi
age, I Respectftuly Sou
W. 3 :
Apr. 27, 12-8m.
To Raise Supplies for the
Year One Thousand Eigh!
Hundred and Eighty-two.
Be it ordained, by the Mayor and Alder
men of the Tow.n of Newberry, 'in Qoncil
assembled, and by the authority of the
SaEcrox 1. That a tax of twenty cent
ou every one hundred dollars in' value o
all real and personal property of every de
scription caned and used in the Town o
Newberry, except the property of churche
and inptitutions of learning, shall be leviec
and paid into the treasury -of the Town o
Newberry for the current expenses of sai<
Town of Newberry.
- Sacrios 2. That a tax of one dollar upoc
each dog within the limits of the . Town o
Newberry shall be levied and paid into tb
treasury of the Town of Newberry.
Secrios 3. That a tax of four dollar
shall be levied and paid into the treasur;
of the Town of Newberry upon every wago
or dray drawn by two horses that shall b
used for hire or public employment withit
the limits of the Town of Newberry. -
Sxcrox 4. That a tax of two dollars shal
be levied and paid into the treasury of th
Town of Newberry, upon every wagon, car
or dray drawn by one horse, upon ever
omnibus, carriage, buggy or barouche use,
for bire or public employment within th
limits of the Town of-Newberry.
SEcrIox 5. That each auctioneer withi
the limits of the Town of Newberry, shal
be required to take out a license befor
exercising his business as auctioneer, anc
shall pay into the Treasury of tho Town o
Newberry for-said license the sum of twen
SECTION 6. That the proprietor or prc
prietors of eadh billiard or pool tabl
within the Town of Newberry, shall be rs
quired to pay into the treasury of the sai
Town of Newberry the sum of fifty dollar
as a license therefor, and that the proprie
tor or proprietors of each billiard or poc
cable within the Town of Newberry in es
cess of one such billiard or pool table shal
be required to pay into the treasury of th
Town of Newberry the sum of twenty-fly
dollars for each of such billiard or pool te
bles ia excess of one.
SECTION?7. That the proprietor of eso
ten-pin alley within.the liinits of the Tow;
of Newberry, shall be required to pay int
the treasury of the said Town of Newberr;
as a license therefor the sum of twenty-fly
SECTION 8. That the proprietor of eac
bagatelle table within the limits of the Tow
of Newberry, shall be required to pay inti
the treasury of the Town of Newberry th
sum of fifteen dollars as a license therefot
SECTION 9. That the proprietor or pro
priet.ors of taverns, or saloons, where spia
ituous liquors shall be sold in quantities les
than one quart within the limits of th
Town of Newberry, shall pay into the treai
ury of the said Town of Newberry, as th
license therefor up to the thirty-first day c
December, 1882, at the rate of two hundre<
dollars per annum.
SxcexoN 10. That the proprietor or pre
prietors of each tavern or saloon, or othe
place where spirituous liquors are sold ii
quantities more than one quart, shall pa;
:nto the treasury of the Town of Newberry
as a license therefor up to the thirty firs
day of December, 1882, at the rate of on
hundi-ed and fifty dollars per anudum.
SEcendN 11. That for the purposes of fix
ing the assessment of the personal propert;
for taxation, the Clerk and Treasurer a
said Town of Newberry, shalt be require
to keeps his office open each day (Sunday
excepted) from the twentieth day of May
1882, until the twentieth day of June, 1882
to receive on oath the returns of the own
ers or agents of the owners of all persona
property within the limits of the said Towa
of Newberry. And in case of the failure ti
make return of said person'al property fo
assessmnent,by the owners or agents of th,
owners thereof, the Clerk and Treasurer e
said Town of Newberry shall assess th
SErTIoN 12. That the taxes and license
herein provided for, shall be paid unto th
Clerk and Treasurer of said Town of New
berry, in lawful money of the United Statea
Szcnuoz 13. That all the taxes herei
levied shall be paid within the thirty day
beginning on the twentieth day of June
1882, and ending on the twentieth day e
SzEnoO 14. That all licenses herein re
quired to be paid shall be due at once an'
paid by the person or persons affected here
by in advance, except in those cases wher
a lic:ense was issued by the preceding Tow
Council, and in such cases the same asa
be due and payable at the expiration of th
date fixed by the preceding Council.
SzenoN 15. That all licenses berein pr<
vided for, except licenses for the sale c
spirituous liquors, shall be of force for th
space of twelve months after the same ar
SzEnTIO 16. That any and every perso
liable to do road duty within the limits<
the Town of Newberry, may be relieve
therefrom by the payment of one dollar a
the beginning of each quarter of the yea
reckoning from the first day of Janqar:
Done and ratified under the corporate set
of the Town of Newberry, on gi
[L. s.) fourih day of May, in the yea
ot our Lord one thousand eight hua
dred and eighty-two.
YOUNG JOHN POPE,
Attest: - Mayor.
JoKS S. Es., C. & T., T. V. N.,
May 11, 19-t,
PLOWS AND HOEE
5,000 lbs. best quality Steel Plows.
85 dos. best quality Cotton Hoes, co:
Bradeif English Crown Hoes,
American Cast Steel Bqea,
Soli4 asa Steel Handled Hoes of tl
very best quality, all at low prices, at
B00ZEE'S H ARDW-ARE STORE.
USUAL . CRE ,o
Emauish t' the p~
- - $100
- - 50 Cents,
- - 25 Cents.
- - is Cents.
110 Cents Loaf weight
21-2 to 40 Cents.
121-2 to 20 Cents
c for their Liberrd Patrow- :
cit a Continuance of the
Dry Goads aid .7otIe&
SILKS and SATINS
I1 cent per yard nd upwards
1. Call and Emea
Polite and courteous attention given to -
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
rICE! ICE!! ICE!!
By Wholesale and Retail
AT BOTTOM FIGURES.
SPURE SODA WATER
Satisfaction guaranteed on all of the
Sabove as to purity and efficacy.
' Apr. 18, 15-tf.
H UNT &SINCLETON,
NEWBERRY, 8. C~
g'We are prepared to :naie liberal ad
- vances on consignments to New York and j
*Charleston. Dec. 8, 49-64.
PueHammered Swede's Iron.
-BesBefined Tre Iron,l1to92 oches.
Band. Hoop, Bound, Squae and Oval
Irons, in full sock, at lowest mnarket pnem,e
-$r B0ESHEWAR TB