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Special and Local.
URSDAY, MAY 25, 1882.
VZX To NEw ADVERTISExENTs.
Geo. $. MowerNotice.
no , L Nance-Notlee.
D. B. Wheeler-Sherif!'s Sale.
W. .TTanog-Dry Goods and Millinery.
l. &J.'B. Wheeler-Wheeler Brothers.
-fiea. &. ower-The. Newberry County
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives...... . 1 52 P M
Up mail closes at................ 1 20 P M
1Down Train arrives ........... 3 56 P M
Down mail closes at............. 3 20P M
Laureas Train arrives. .......... 1 25 P 5
Laurens Train leaves......... 4 05 P M
Lumens mal:closes at...... ,.... 3 20 P M
Omce hours from 8.30 A. M. to 5 30 P. M.,
. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry; S. C.. May 1. 1882.
Mr. L. S., Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
th at place.
Mr. Samuel Fleming, an aged and
respected citizen of Laurens, died Sun
;Rev. B. M. Boozer, of the S. C. Meth
odist Conference, died at Prosperity Fri
day night. At the last session of the
Conference be was assigned as Supernu
merary to Paoolet, Spartanburg Coun
ty.. His health failed, and he came back
tobis old home and died. He leaves a
wife and children.
Mr. F. A. Shumpert & Co. will cut
Meers. Christian & Smith's oats in the
fIed beyond the College Monday morn
ing, provided the weather be suitable.
They will use two McCormick harves
ters and binders. We make this an
- noancement so that persons who want
to see the machines.at work can do so.
The beauty and color of the hair may be
Aniagenious Picture Frame.
.We were shown Saturday a very in
genious piece of work execnted by Mr.
G. W. Parketon, (or Bennett). It is an
joval picture frame, about 12 by 15 inch
es, made entirely of pieces of eigar
boxes, there being two hundred and
ptet wjthou$ na r gloe. The frame
~s prtty-and niijue. The whiole work
was done with a pocket knife.
IThe Academy Pie Nic,
The Female Academy Pic Nic at
Maj. Jones' fish pond was the event of
the -season. The day was beautiful.
a and a better location could not have
been chosen. Young and old were out
in large numbers. There were amuse
ments for the little children, and danc
ing for the larger ones. In the even
ing the young people met again at the
Academy, and spent an hour or two
The Koge School
- Had its annual picnic at Cline's Grove
Thiisqay. The attehdance was large.
ind thie day paased o$ leasaitly.
ni ht the Scbool Exhibition
was held in .nespaa11.. The hall
was literally jammed. The exereises
consisted of declamation, singing. dia
logues and the crowning of the Maj
Queen. The pupils knew their pieces
erfectly and went througli them well.
heexercises throughouit were decided
- ly creditable to the teachers and pupils.
Dry Coods, Millinery. &c.
Dy Goods are considered a necessity
byall civilized people. The Zulus,
Sioux and some other savage tribes do
not care for such things, but as none of
these tribes subscribe for this paper this
notice is not intended for them. And
millinery-why, the best part .of ha
napity is wrappeg up in nyilmiery.
- ose who are frpbepd of these essen
- til,a4aewna the best gg the
lowest prices, will doi well to pall on
W, J. Young, of Colnimbia, whose card
aper nthis issue.
aDers ofe'sTeethina (Teething
Powders) will cure your child. For
sale by all Druggists and Country Mer
chants. . 5-1y
The Cay Lothario.
The Lanchester Review says of Mc
* Gill, an account of whose elopement
with the wife of Mr. M. L. Shell was
pblished in the HIERA.D the 1th;
. McGill as wel kpows p thig poun
ty az4 bqpe th. uneaiable reputationl
dbeing lagy, triging and hypocricie1l
Hie left a mother, wife and son, bet no
daughter, living in- this town, and we
understand that they consider his do
mertion as a good riddance ofbad rub
bish. It is suspected that the guilty
pair are somewhere in North Carolina.'
A Crim Joke.
The Colutnbia Yeoman says: "There
is too much rapid and reckless driving
-indulged in by back drivers and others,
and it is about" time the]sgagailst
' tqge whoQ ere qot in the habit oi
gomg to Colutpbig and riding frQom the
tote hotesionef thesehback
w-iw&atseathe joke; b4t those whc
arp will apprecliate it fqlly. It is a oo
joke,bhut too grun, and loets too much
like cruelty to animals. The point of
-the joke may he illustrated thus: We
went down to Columbia the other dai
with a crowd of lawyers from the up
ountry. When we got to the depot,
a4 - and saw nearly everybody taking hacks
tbe we asked a friend from Newberry if he
ciei. were go-n . up in a hack too. "No,'
evsid he, "rm gom to walk; I wanttc
ssuro. ~ th e in oouta o
The Supervisor of Registration will
complete his circuit through the County
to-day at Cromer's Store.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
next be will be at Newberry to register
the voters of Towaship 1.
To-day week. June 1. and up to June
21st, he will be at the Court House for
the purpose of correcting errors of regis
tration and of registering voters who
have failed to register at their respec
The time is short, and no good citi
zen should fail to register.
Narrow Escape from Fire.
Saturday afternoon smoke was seen
Issuing from a room in Col. 0. L.
Schumpert's residence. On opening the
door it was found that the room was
full of fire and smoke. There was no
man about; but the cook succeeded in
putting out the fire before any great
damage was done. A large basket of
clothing was burned, also some bed
clothing. a portion of the carpet. the
m:IntIe piece and some pictures that
were on it. But for the prosence of
mind of the cook the house would very
likely have gone, as the flames were
Col. T. Stobo Farrow, the editor and
proprietor of the Spartanburg Herald,
takes leave of its many readers in a
long and eloquent valedictory last week,
having sold out to his former partner,
Mr. R. J. Daniel. Col. Farrow, how
ever, does not sever his connection with
the Press. but takes editorial charge of
the Carolinian, published at Gafiney
City, of which paper he has bought a
half interest. Mr. Daniel has associated
with him Mr. Julian W. Caria, who as
sumes editorial control of the Herald.
W.- wish both papers and their editors
and proprietors a prosperous and happy
Skin diseases are increasing to an alarm
ing extent, and when left alone take deep
er root, and the lopger reglepted are thle
more dificult to cure. They all indicate a
disordered or impure condition of the blood
.A few bottles of the great vegetable altera
tive, S. S. S., by purifying the blood, cures
all such diseases, and robe future 'ears of
mucb sufferiug. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per
"He Runs After Der Macheen "
Such were the sad words of parents
of wild sons who forsook home to folluw
the fire engine. But now it is. the New
Home Sewing Machine that every Southern
man woman and child ru.s after. Lud
den & Bates, publishers of the popular
Southern Musical and Home Journ"l, wili
give away at their next Quarterly Drawing,
July 1st, a splendid New Home Sewing Ma.
chine, Style No. 6, cash price '65, to
s"me fortunate person who has subscribed
between April 1st and July 1st. Only $1.00
secures the Journal for a whole year (speci
men copy free), and a Ticket in the Draw
ing. One dollar's worth of beautiful music
in the Journal each month. Every musi
cian needs it. Address Ludden & Bates'
Southern Music House, Savannah, Ga.
While Mr. and Mrs. J. D. S. Living
ston were coming to town Saturday in
a buggy, Mr. Livingston accidentally
dropped the lines about opposite the
Baptist Church. In attempting to re
cover them he frightened the horse, and
he broke off at full speed down Cald
well Street. Mr. Livingston was thrown
out against a tree in front of the Webb
house, and Mrs. Livingston was thrown
against the palings of the Methodist
parsonage. At this point the shafts
were broken and the horse broke loose
from the buggy. Mrs. Livingston,
though she had a fearful fall, was not
seriously hurt. 'hut receiyed sgme gain
ful bruises. hMr. Livingstop wis badly
hurt. flis knee joint was severely
wrenched, and he is still suffering fromn
it. and is confined to his bed. He also
got several bruises and scratches about
his head and on other parts of his body.
Every one who has tried it is apprised
of the fact that collecting money just
now is an up hill business. The follow
ing, which we find in an exchange on
the subject, i' worth reproducing:
"Last week a man stepped up to us
and said he would pay every cent he
owed us if he lived until Saturday night.
We presume the man died. Another
said he would py us in aday or two
as sure as we we e born. Query-did
the- qian lie, or were we nhver horp9
Another said he would settle as siure as
shooting. We are led to tbe conclu
sion that shooting is uncertain. Ano
ther said ho hoped to go to the devil if
he did not pay us in three days. flav.
ent seen him since, suppose he has
gone, but we trust he has not hoped in
vain. Quite a number said they would
see us to-morrow. These have been
stricken blind or else to-morrow has not
come. One man told us six months
ago that be would pay us as soon as he
got some money. The man would not
lie, so of course he has not got a cent
The June'- numiher of the sterling old
Eclectic' is at haridl, an4 by~ the'fqllqwing
varied ad eyebilent table of pontentsi 'A
Few Wgrds .hQ4t the Nijneteenth Century,
by F'rederic Larrison ; iThe Relations of In'
sects to Yiowers,' by Professor Asa Gray
'Emigration -from Ireland,' by J. H. Tuke
'The Borders and their Ballads,' 'Talk and
Talkers,' by R. L. Stevenson; 'Whispers,
a poem ; .'The Lady Maud,' a sea tale, by
the author of 'The Wreck of the Grosvenor,
chapters IV. to VI.; 'A New Theory o
the Sun,' by Prof. 0. William Siemens
'A Stateman's Love Letters;' 'Perry's Gree l
and Roman Sculpture,' by Sir G. W. Cox
M. A.; 'The Church by the Sea,' by Ed
mund W. Gosse ; -Emile Zola,' by Andrew
Lang ; 'The World's End ;' 'Adventures or
the Roruma ; gaveuirs of African Travel,
Part ' t., y oge-ph ~ 'orpiso, F. W. fl. S.
'Out of dlie beteD Thiga ip Mqdagasgar;
'The fulture of English Huinor /' 'Eidola,'
poem, by F. B. Harris; Literary Notices
Foreign Literary Notes; Science and Art
Published by E. R. P.-lton, 25 Bond Steet
New York. Terms, $5 per year; singli
copy 45 cents; Trial subscription for thre
Liens for Sale..
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent
for sale at this oilce.
Kendgil's Trgattlie-of th6fltse.
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HanR.AL Blook Store, prieo -al 25cent
forisingle copy, or #ve papies for $1.00
This bood te i yoq what to dofor you
hoe when~ sipg, and tlrea$s af eye'y die
eae to which ahbone is liable. (iet
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HEALDT. BOOK STORE.
-The Columbia Register will be clut
bed with the HEAnWT as follows: Wedl
ly Register and Hma.n $3.50, firi
weekly Begister and Hr.su.n $5, Da4J
The Hook and Ladder Co., F
Passed by the HnLD office on
Thursday last on their way to the pic
nic at Cline's Grove. Their appear- (
ance was very creditable in their new
red shirts. They forgot to salute as
In the afternoon they gave an exhibi
tion of their skill. Starting near the b
Baptist Church they ran down Caldwell
Street to the Court House, a distance of l
three hundred yards, put the ladder
against the Court House front, the k
sealer ascended and touched the wall,
and they put the ladder back on the
truck-all in two minutes and five see
onds. They made a second run in pre
cisely the same time. Messrs. J. E. n
Brown, E. C. Jones and B. H. Cline
acted as judges.
The County Agricultural Society b
Will.meet in Newberry Sale-day (5th)
of June, for the purpose of considering
the financial affairs of the Society and I
to decide upon some definite plan of ae
tion. It has become necessary to wind
up the affairs of the Society. Suit has
been instituted for this purpose by the
Administratrix of Capt. Jno. McCarley,
whp was an endorser for some of the
Society's liabilities. Thedebts of the
Society amount to $2,$50.4--of which ?
amount $1,601.91 are owing to Messrs.
Brown & Moseley, and 8748.55 to ths
.National Bank of Newberry. There c
are other small liabilities, which can
probably be covered by funds on band.
The resources, or assets, consist of the
Fair Grounds, (8 34 acres) and the inm
The Society will likely be reorgan
ized as a joint stock company, and the S
Fairs held annually as heretofore.
Rev. Allan Curr,
Of Sootlanc:, a Baptist Minister, G
preached in the Methodist Church Sun
day night to a large and attentive audi
Tuesday night he lectured in the Op- t
era House, his subject being "Storming n
the Bastile; or, Romance and Drama
of the French Revolution." The audi
ence was small, which was owing, in
part at least, to the Concert the pre:
ceding night. Those who attended the
lecture were well entertained. Mr.
Curr's style is nervous and florid; he
has wonderful descriptive powers. He
portrayed the scenes of the French Be
olution in vivid colors, and held the at
dience in wrapt attention. Mrs. Corr a
recited Tennyson's "Bugle Song." imi
tating the notes of the bugle with re- C
markable accurac y and effect. She also
read a humorous selection describing
how a man and a woman get ready for
church or a journey. She is a good
Mr. Curr will deliver a humorous lecr
tare to-night on the subject, "The Mas
ter Passion; or, Love, Courtship and t
Marriage." In addition, Mrs. Carr will
give dramatic, pathetic and humorous t
recitations. The lecture will be well
worth hearing, and we hope Mr. and
Mrs. Carr will have such an audience
as they deserve.
Mr. Carr will lecture in Laurens to.
morrow night for the benefit of the Y.
M. C. A.
Greenback Meetit+g at Peake's
A Greenback meeting was held at
Peake's, Lexington .County. Saturday.
About three bundred people were pres
ent, most of them being Lexingtonians. (
Mr. T. H. Russell, of Anderson. was
the first speaker. He charged the dem
ocratic party with fraud in elections,
extravagance, failure to keep the prom- (
ises made in 1876. and abused the new
Mr. George Johnstone, of Newberry,
who happened to he present, was invit
ed to make a speech, and he followed
Mr.1Rtiesell. He began by saying tha
wheni a personp adyises another to
change his business or his place of res
idence the burden of proof is on the
party giving the advice to show (1) the
necessity for a change, and (2) the prob
ability that the ohange advised will be
a beneficial one. The Greenbackers
have failed to show any advantage to
be gained by a change, or that a change
is needed. He then proceeded to an
swer the charges against the democratic
party, and did so to the apparent satls
'faction of the audience. As to the Beg
istration law, he said the Constitution
made it incumbent on the Legislature
to pass such a law; that the republicans
having failed to pass the law, the dem
ocrats did so for the purpose of pre:
yenting'fraude at the ballot-ho;.'
Mr. 2bbn8iope was followe4by Mr.
D. 11. Elkin, Gireenhbacker, of Aiston.
The speeches were all good humored
and respeetful, and free from abuse of
any kind. There was no attemipt to
organise a club, as the temper of the
people, no doubt, showed that such an
attempt would prove a failure.
In the Opera House Monday night
was a success in every respect, except
in the matter of attendance. There
was a pretty fair audience, but not near
what the occasion deserved. The fault,
however,~ was with the weather, which1
was decidedly threatening to dry goods
and millinery. The popeprt yag~ gp.$
ten up by Mrs. plark and her pupils,
assits# hy orie other"lpcal asiatus
and Mr. gen. Ballew, of Laurens; and
was for the benefit of Kosciusko Lodge,
I. 0. Q. T. The perfoirmance opened
with a magni$cent tableau of about
twenty-five figures. the central one be
ing an angel with wings. The tableau
was enlivened by the song "Wine is a
Mocker," a song dedicated to the cause
of temperance, which was followed la
ter in the evening by the song. "Oh,
Swallow! Happy Swallow !" Special
features'of the evening were the comic
songs, in costume, by Mr. James Pack
er, and the whistling solos by Mr. Reg
Ballew. Mr.'Bank'er 3irfyrrge4 i
iMrt N thd interise' anu'eent of the
4udiepp, and~ the whistling wa.s somie,
thing wonderful, Both gentlemen were
encored. Mr. Taylor's cornet solos were
very fine, as was the cornet duet by Mr.
Taylor and Mr. Boland. Mr. Werber's
performances on the violin show that
his fingers have lost none of their cun
ning. The songs by Mrs. Houseal and
the Misses Rives and Miss Motte and
Messrs. Scholtz, Sheely and the Messrs.
Jones were well rendered, the du,et
"Ah! See the Pale Moon," being exce'l
lent. Little gllie Cifark's re'ndering of
"goldie'r's Joy" on thepia:not captivated
the audiende. This little three-year-old
is ':'sisia 'h~o" dno ~ autif
aslectidya wr .lyegn th~e piang by
- isses Realsli and Anqa (Qreneker, M.
obel, payisA Lar - and Clara
'The only fault that courdbe Found
with the Concert is that it extended too
far into the night; and this was occa
sioned by the lath beginnings
How to Save.
All hard workers are subject to bilious
attacks which may end in dangerous illness.
Parker's Ginger Tonis will keep the'kidnga'e
/and--tiver tctive, :autie gtgbi at
'sack life 'much lickness, loss of fae q~d
4 expense. Dhlay at siich timies nigus dan
...-neamai P.eas. See other column.
oll of Co. "E," (Quitman Rifes) 3d Regi
ment, S. C. V.'s-Surrendered at Greens
boro, N. C.
REPAHED BY CAPT. . H. WRIGHT AN]
asR GT. CALOUN P. BOYD.)
James D Nance, elected Colon'! of thi
,egiment in 1862; wounded at Fredericks
urg ; killed at Wilderness.
John K G Nance, protpoted to Major o
Robert H Wright, wounded at Chancel
orsville, Chickamauga and Cedar Creek.
Edward S Bailey, resigned in 1861; sub
Thos S Moorman, wounded at Wilder
John S Hair, resigned in 1861.
D Julius Heutz, resigned in 1863.
Richard H Haltiwatger, killed at Gettys
James N Martin.
Benj 3 James, Laurens Co.; resigned ii
Pickens B Langford, killed at Gettya
Robt L Weir, Laurens Co.; died of dis
ise near Centreville, Va.
Joseph E Cofield.
Young John Pope, appointed Adjutan
I the Regiment in 1862.
Thos H Lake, died of disease at Flin
Calhoun F Boyd, wounded at Ceda
Sap'l R Chapman, wounded at Chicka
John S Ruff, transferred tp pavalry ii
An;lrew J Nilgore.
Beauford S Buahardt, killed at Savag<
H Bachman Reid, wounded at Savag,
tation-died of wounds at Richmond.
Wm Hood, wounded and disabled a
Thaddeus S Duncan.
W Drayton Rutherford, appointed Adju
ott; subsequently Colonel of the Regi
ent ; killed at Strasburg.
Thos M Paysinger, transferred to Cc
Win H Thompson, killed below Rich
Drayton W Ramage, died of disease a
harl,ttesvjlle, Va , 1882.
Richard A Leavell, mortally wounded a
,noxville-died near lnoxvie.
Thos J Harris, died of disease at Win
L Pinckney Glymph, mortally wounde,
t Knoxville-died near Knoxville.
Thos G Sloan, wounded and disabled a
Jno R Harris, killed at Sharpsburg.
Abrams, Jasper N., died of disease a
ulpeper, Va., 1881.
Andrews, Jno B.
Adams, Colvin B., wounded at Gettyt
Atchison, Sam'1 I4., wounded 4t Gettyt
Atkins, B W., died of disease at Culpepe
Asman, Henry M., Lexington Co.
Bernhardt, Henry C., Lexington Co.
ied of disease at Richmond, 1861.
Blats, Wm H.
Bell, Jno F., Laurens Oo.-transferred t
avalry in 1862.
Bruce, Jerome D.
Boazran, Wm W., transferred to Co. G
nd Cavalry. 1862.
Boazman, Ed., transferred to Co. G, 2n
valrt ; dead.
Boazmnan, Grant, transferred to Co.
ad Cavalry, 1862; dead.
Bramlett, A W., Laurens ; discharged
Boozer, David C., wounded at Wilde1
ess-died of wounds at Lynchburg, Vs.
Boozer, Erskine P., killed at Strasbur,
Boyd, M. Pitts, wounded below Riel
Burgess, Charles W., transferred to Wi
hine Shops, 1862.
Brown, Thos C., promoted Assist.ant Su:
eon of the Regiment in 1863.
Brown, Jeff E.
Black burn, James, Laurens.; discharge
t Columbia. 1861; dead.
Bailey, Win A., left the service, 1862.
Butler, J Calvin, killed at Gettysburg.
Canady, Archie B.
Cline, Mi Pinckney, transferred to Caya
Caldwell, J Edward.
Collins, A B., dischat-ged in 1862-unde
Clamp, Geo., killed at Cold Harbor.
Cameron, James S.
Cameron, J Pressly, missing 1863.
Cromer, Sam'l D.
Davis, Joseph H., dead.
Davis, James,' substitited by James:
~indsay, 1863; dead.
Davis, John, killed at Chancellorsvilie.
Derriek, S S., died of disease-place ul
Duckett, Jno G., wounded at Frederick
>urg. - .
Dockett, Jno C.
Duckett, Jose, h, wounded at Averysbor
i. C.; dead.
Duckett, G Thompson.
Fair, Win T., discharged 1861-unda
Fair, Robert, died of disease at Newb4
y, S C., 1861.
Fair, Geo A , died of disease at Culpep4
Foot, Michael, wounded at Savage Si
~ion ; substituted by Geo Kerney, 1862.
Gary, I Newton, dislia'rged near Ric
ropd, 1?, at ejiratiqg of term of e
Glasggw, L.eonidas L, wounded at Spo
*Graham, C P.
Gallman, Henry, transferred to Co. (
Harris, Monroe M.
Hargrove, Patrick H., transferred to Ca
IHiller, Samn'l J., wounded at Cedar Cre.
Hiller, Geo B.
Hatton, Wa.'lled at James River.
Hatton, htoot,., died of disease at Ne
Hornsb,y, Jesse I9.
Johison, Jn A., died of disease at Ne
Johnson, Win., mubstituted for Win Sn
bacher, 18688; mortally wounded at Chic
aiauga, and died in Georgia.
Kelly, I Jasper, missing'at battle ofC
Koon, Geo., killed at Chickamnauga.
Kerney, Geo., substituted for MI. Foot.
Kibler, J Middleton, transferred to C
Lindsay, James, missing at battle of (
Lovelace, B g,, wounded at Chickain
Lake, Thos M.. wounded at Frederic
Lake, Enoch G.. wounded as Gettysbo
Lee, Wmn., Laurens, died in ,nion gri
Lindsay. Wii ., Abgtitute~ .Itr 49u
D,avis, 18*% kille at Chicksaurga.
'Marshall, jawrence R., wounded at V
Mayes, Jio B.,'killed ait Chickainau:a.
McCoy, Sam'! T., killed at Sharpsburg
McCaughrin, Sam'l T., wounded at Ku
McMillen, Win J., .Orangeburg, killed
Miller, William W.., transferred to
Miller, Jno W., transferre4 in eachai
for Hodge, 184.
Mathis, Jno'E., wounded at Frederic
arh 'ho., died g[ isease n
Mat,m,discharged at Camp Je
Metts, McDuffie, discharged at Richmond,
- 1862. be
Metts, W Glenn.
Murtishaw, Sam'l W.
Nance, Alfred D. es
Odell, J Winick, dead. w
Pratt, Simeon, wounded at Avervsboro. B
Price, Simeon, died of disease in Virginia,
Pope, Burt H., died of disease at New
f berry, 1862. in
Pope, Wm Henry, killed at Avervsboro. o
Pope, Thos H., discharged in Virginia in tI(
Reid, Juo M., died of disease at Rich- er
- mond, 1862. to
Reid, Win W.. killed at Chancellorsville. it
Renwick, Hugh, died of dise,se at Rich
Ruff, J H., discharged in Virginia, 1862
Ruff, Wm W.. killed at Petersburg.
Ruff, J M H., promoted Assistant Surgeon. of
Ruff, Reuben F., died of disease in Vir- g
ginia, 1861. a
Rodelsperger, Peter, discharged in Vir- ne
ginia, 1861, at expiration of term of enlist. be
Riser, Jno W. wi
Riser, Wallace W., wounded at ChanceI- sa
lorsville, Gettysburg and Cedar Creek. ou
Riser, Geo. 0. re
t Ruff, Moorman. th
Sligh, Thos W., killed at Gettysburg.
Sloan, Ebenezer P., killed at Knoxville.
S.igh, Geo., discharged, 1861, on account ul
r of phy:ical disabiity; dead. ge
Sligh, Wru C., wounded at Fredcricks- Lei
. burg. M
Suber, W Hillary, wounded at Fredericks- ar
Suber, G Benjamin, transferred to lth
Cavalry, 1862. Se
Souter, Frank A., wounded at Sharps- Q
burg -disabled by wound 4
Summer, Fragk M., wounded at Savage cc
Station-died of wounds at Richmond. be
t Schumpert, Benj M., killed at Chicka
Scbumpert, Osborne L., wounded at Ce- de
Jar Creek. ye
Sawyer, Frank A., killed at Knoxville. in
Sulzbacher, Wm., substituted by Wm. th
- Johnson, 1862. sh
Stribling, Mathew, enlisted for State ser
Scurry, Drury V., enlisted for State ser- gi
- vice. lil
Tarrant, Wm T., promoted Lieutenant; ar
t transferred to Co. G.; wounded at Fred- to
t Trib4le, J 4, died of disease at Newber- bl
Turnipseed, J Owens.
Wheeler, Dan'l B, wounded at Savage of
SStation-disabled from wound. ar
Wright, Jno N., killed at Sharpsburg.
Witt, Mike H., transferred to Cavalry. h:
Wilson, Thos R., transferred to Co. C ; th
Wilson, Cale,, died of disease at Cul- la
peper, Va., 1862.
Wood, Samti J., discharged at Manassas,
Wingard, Henry S., wounded at Knox
Wedaman, Silas, dead.
Wilson, J Wpt., killed at Strasburg.
Willingham, W Pleasant, dead.
Weir, Thos W., Laurens Co.
Zobel, Julius, wounded at Knoxville- bi
Various and all About to
The weather continues, N
And so does the dull times,
I As also the HERAL's demand for C
d An honest man is the pursuit of wo
We are sorry to learn that Rev. J. s
.rA. Sligh is in bad health.
There was a pleasant pic nic near
Miller's mill on Bush River Saturd~ay. c
s.The Senior editor is off on sa dimnin- L
I' tive bepder. We left on Thursday last. r
s The person who gets drunk for fun i
always gets so drunk that he don't have -
r- any fun.
A wife should be like roast lamb,
d tender, and nicely dressed. No sauce.
Mr. A. II. Ko'n. of P.o<perity. has ~
been appointed by the Governor No
Mr. F. A. Schumpert sold a McCor
mick Reaper to Messrs. Win,and Mack
ri Smith Saturday.
Two of the prisoners in jail are act
ing crazy-James Sadler, white, and
Baxter teWalt, colore.
'The first bo; of through freight over
Kthe 4. &g K. U. 11. went to New berry
last week.-Greenwood Argus.
The Sumter A.dvance says the chief
I- of police "delivered up the keys and
other parephernalie of his office."
Mr. 0. P. Saxon has been quite sick
for the past two days from an overdose
o, of Landanum, but is nearly well again.
Mr. J. Belton Werts' dog went mad
Tuesday and attempted to bite some
persons on the premises. He was kill
The HERAw is under obligations to
r, Mr. James J. Reeder, of Boston, foy
a some excellent strzwberries and pota
b- F,ugene's white rats look very Inno
n- cent aind pretty until they turn their
narratives to view. He is now ready
- to negotiate for a white elephant.
Rev. W. L. Pressly, of Due West,
I; preached Saturday morning and also
Sunday morning and night at Thomp
son Street Church, Newberry.
'The County Democratic Executive
ek Committee will meet Saleday in June,
and it is very probable they will call a
County Convention at an early day.
The County Auditor req.nest us to
w* ziake a change in his advertisemient by
putting in 50 instead of 60. Those be
., tween 21 and 50) are liable to poll tax.
Those barroms that had their screens
-S taken down recently so that the passing
k.public might folly view what was trans
piring within have put them back a
Rev. J. C. Boyd, of Prosperity, has:
been in A bbeville County during the
0. past week assisting a a series of rell
gious, mpetings it tower Long Cane
iu. A refusal to answer the Auditor's
question concerning taxable property|
ka- is a misdemeanor, and the Auditor is .
required to report such gp one MA4ho
rg golicitor for Iprosecu~On,
SNearly twenty car loadR of steel rails
have recently been sent down the C..&
i!- G. R. R. from Greenville to be used
upon that line of road. The rails were
.made in Richmond, Va.- Columbia
x. That was a fiendish act of desecration
at in the Hebrew Cemetery in Co1rmbia.I
Among the tombtston,es thrown down
sh and b'cken was one erected by Mr. .A.
jopel','of Newberry, over the grave.of
age his wife.
arg n4uctor on theC. &G.U. E.
running between Columbia and Wal
hn. balla. The condjictors get a rest every
Mr. Senft, at the tanyard, has cucum-'
irs large enough to eat.
An effective medicine for kidney dis
ses, low fevers and prostration, and
all wortby of a trial, is Brown's Iron
Mrs. Jesse James, the widow of the A
ordered outlaw has sent us a circular
which she denies having authorized E
given any sanction to the publisa- t
in of a history of her deceased hus
Can't do without the HERALD is the W
y from far and near, and we are glad
say the money accompanies it-were
not so the paper would not be sent. al
ttle words of kindness don'tcostmuch,
t do much good.
Law Briefs as well as all other kinds
Job Printing are executed at the
ERALD office, and yet work is sent t
road. Why is this thus? Do busi
ss men expect the printers of New
rry to live on thin air? al
The cool weather of the past two al
-eks has had a bad effect on cotton in
ndy soil. In some places it has died
t to a very thin stand. Cotton on
d land has not been injured, except ft
at its growth has been retarded.
There is another change in the Sched- b
a of the C. & G. R.1. The up train
ts to Newberry at 1.44, seven minA- A
earlier; the down train at 2.54, one p
inute earlier. The Laurens train
rives at 12.60, and leaves at 4.05.
The Corner Stone of the Orphans'
minary Building at the Thornwell
,phanage, Clinton. was laid recently.
mong the documents placed in the
rner stone were copies of the New
rry News and Newberry HERALD.
"Where is my boy to-night?" That C
pends. If be is not more than twelve L
ars old, he is out on the curbing tak- M
g turns at smoking a segar with ano- G
er boy. If be is much older, inquiry
ould be made at the billiard-roop.
"A tpercbant in Qamden advertises
-tlemen's garters for sale. We would
ce to have a pair, but our delinquents
e so slow in coming up we will have
wait until a more convenient saa
n."-Cher4w Sun. He would proba
y wear them on his hind legs.
"The Town Council have a number
laborers employed on the streets, and D
'e putting them in thorough repair."
-Laurensville Herald. They ought to
we been in thorough repair before U
ey were put on tile atreets. A labor
not in thorough repair is not calcu- L.
ted to do a good day's work.
Miss Minnie Herbert has returned
Miss Aiken, of Cokesbury, is visiting
ir sister, Mrs. R. D. Smart.
Rev. Dr. Steck leaves to-day for Ohio. 3
e will return in about two weeks and
'ing his family with him.
Maj. Hutson Lee, of Charleston, is in
wn to adjust the damage caused to
[r. Schumpert's house by fire Saturday. A
Rev Dr. Conrad, of Philadelphia, a
ading minister in the Lutheran
burch, preached at Luther Chap- v
last night to a large audience.
Mr. D. R. Phifer has gone to Con- C
>rd, N. C. In a few days he will
ave for Dakota, where he expects to
3end the greater portion of the sum
1Rev. Jacob Hawkins has gone to
harlotte to attend the session of the F
utheran Synod South. Mr. D. B.
Theeler and Mr. W. P. flouseal leave c
day for the same destination. E
Our .Puzzle Corner.4
ANSWERS TO LAST PUZZLES. A1
ENIGMA.-The United States of Amer
F A1I 1S
-In the merry spring
When the robins sing,
My first will always come,
When the flowers fair
In the balmy air
Are bursting into bloom.
There's a story old
In the Bible told
Of one who in the night
In my next was placed
By his friends in haste,
And from his foes took flight.
When my first is here1
Will uay whole appear,
Well Alled with sweetmeats nice;
On our door 'as hung,
Then the bell is rung,
And the giver's gone in a trice.
Composed of 7 letters.
My 1, 7, 6, is a fox.
My 3, 2, 4,.is a number of things.
My 5, is a vowel,
My. whole is a cover or screen of
at hhrcfl f,
B hr n thst r f. FESTUS.
SUNDAY S0HO0L WORKERS,
The next State Sunda.y Sehool Oanven,
tion of South. Carolina will meet in CAM
DEN on she SECOND WEDNESDAY OF
Each County is entitled to as many rep
resentatives as it has in the Legislature.
They are appointed by the Interdenomina
tional County Sunday School Convention,
where one exists; other wise, 1.y OQnuty
Secretary. Let the Cogntylecretaries look
after the representation at once, also see
stiat full County Sunday School statistIcs
are prepared and presented to the meeting
Sunday School Workers, let us devote
thought and prayer to the meeting and
make it very profitable to the Sunday
Sebool c -use in our State.
We hope to publish Programm~e eve loag.
Q. S. WILLIAMS,
.resident Executive Board.
R,iiE,S. C.,May 11, 1882.
NEW YORK 8liO!fIN
Everybody is de ighjted wit's the steful
and beagtifui selection made by ,Mrs. .is
say, who has NEVEa RIu.ED to please her
New Fall circular just issued.
A ELLN LAMAR,
!HENCE COMES THE UNBOUND
ED POPULARITY OF i
llcock's Porous Plasters?
ecause they have proved
iemselves the Best External1
emedy ever invented. They a
ill cure asthma, coughs, I
>lds, rheumatism, neuralgia,
id any local paihs. 4
Applied to the small of the e
ick they are infallible in a"
ack-Ache, Nervous Debili- Te
r, and all Kidney troubles ; i
the pit of the stomach they e
'e a sure cure for Dyspepsia e
id Liver Complaint.
ALLCOCK'S PO0US f
LASTERS are pailess, ?
agrant, and quick to cure. th
eware of imitations that. e
lister and burn. Get. To
LLCOCR'S, the only Genuine o'
orous Plaster. for
Jan. 5, 1-8m. eow <h
NEWBEERT, S. C., May 24, 1882.
dinary.... .................... 9 a 9j pri
wd Ordinary.................... 9a10 wit
w Middling......................101a101 qa
ddling ...........,,,...........10}a10f -o
od Middling ................... all
go4deman4. . a
Newberry Prices Current. c
COEEECTED WEE='T do
y J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New...... a 9. of
Shoulder Su Cured... 9 th
.. s C. R................ a 3 ag
tY SALTEb MEAT- '} d
Sid, C. , New......... a
Sides, Long Clear........... a 18 ba
Uncanvassed Hams.......... 16 of
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18 th
Leaf.in Tierces........,.. 18
Leaf, in Buckets............. 16
Powdered............... ..16 itt
Crushed... ........ 1 th
rExtra C.................... 11
Cotee C.................... 10 ur
Yellow..................... 10 lic
New Orleans................... 10 Do
Demarar.................... - d
New Orleans Syrup... 85
New Orleans olse. 50 p
Cuba Molasses......... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 40 P,
Young Hyson............... 1.50
LLSPICE.......................... 26 a
.PPE...... ............. 0 ds
Roasted or Parched..... hi
BetRio.................. 20 .
Good Rio................ 16S in
Cider ,gr........ 0
White Vinegar.. 65
Tannessee................... 1.25*1.80 ei
Bolted.......... ...0 1
ARLEY................... 2.00 et
rAE CANDLES.................... 0
ND ... -.............
NGLISH SODA. -...........
ORSIPORD'S BAKING POWDERE 5 S
XLEGRE SE........ 10 __
AR6a 125 E
EDOASpe k...... 17 0 b
[MLEH GRHAY.................. .. 1
Pure Hammered swede's Iron.
Bess .Refined Tire iron, 1 to 2 inChes.b
Band. Hoop, Round, square and Oval
rons, in full stock, at lowest market pries
BOOZER'S HARDWARE sT~oRE,
No. 2 Mower's New Block.~
Mar. 80, 38-ly.
SUBSCRIBE- FOlt THE E
flEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
It isan 8page paper, designed fbrthe peo- r
>e, filled with interesting matter-FamIly 1
tding, News, Markets, &c. Subscription:I
)n er 15;Seven Months, $1.00;
'hree Months, 50 Centspaale in ad.
'ance. For Six Names and Nin Dollars an
ixtra Copiy for one year. Specimens fur
ished. The DAILY YEOMAN, an after
joon paper, Is s4 a year.
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Club-wthf heEditor and Publisher.
Clubedwih te aAab> at $3.25.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
OUR MoWTRI.T is a aasine devoted to gen
ral and religious reading. Its contains 24
louble column pages, and every endeavor will
>e made to make it worth the money.I
Every charitably inclined pesahoqld sab
eribe for It, asthe entire sbc ioas devoted
the upport of the opans In he
>f Clinton, 5, C,, bywhom all the work upon it
s done. Isecaretll edited and Is worth the
rio asked for It. Will not the frends of the
)rphanage get upa list of enaribers foras and
io enable deserving boys to assist in supporting
All sbcitions should be sent at once to the
iditor and plher
R. WM, P. AOS
Oct. 20,.42-tf. Clinton, S. C.
A TRRATISfl ON HR9R618
Containing an "Index of Diseases," whieb
gives the symptoms, cause, and the best
treatment of eacn; a table giving all the
principal drags used for the. horse, with the
ordinary dose1 erects, and antidote when a
poison ia tabae with an engraving of the
hose's teeth at .different ages, with rules
for telling the age of the horse; and other
valuable information. Call and get a copy.
For sale at
HERALD BOGEK STORE.
Aug. 18, 34-tf.
HERALD BOOK STORE.
Feb. 2 5-.tf
Raise Suppies for &e
Tear One Thoussad Eigh
Hundred and Elghty -t
3e it ordain"d by .he Mor - der"
n of tbe Toa:n.of Newtk try, ia"Cdei
embled. and by te au'bit e. >e
zeicoNr 1. That a tix of t es ;
every one bundred'"dollas in of. t eo
real and personal property of every de
iption owned and used in the Town of
wberry, except the property of churches -
I inrtitutious of learning, shall be levied
I paid into the treasury of the Town 'ot
wberry for the current expenses of 'said.
vn of Newberry. . ,
niacnox 2. That a.ix of-one dollar'opon
h dog within the limitsbof the Twn of
wberry shall be ltivied and. paid intihe
asury of the Town)$f Newberry. '=
mrinox 8. That a tax of four dothre
;l be levied and paid into the :rasary
the Town of Newberry upon every wagon
dray drawn by two horses that shall be
d for hire or public employment within
limits of the Town of Newberry.
scron 4. That a tax of two dollars shaif =
levied and paid into the trea.ury of. the=
en of Newberry, upon every wagod, art
dray drawn by one horse, upon every
nibus, carriage, buggy or barouche.used'
hire or public employment within the
its of the Town of Newberry.
iECTotl 5. That each auctioneer within
limits of the Town of Newberry,=shall
required to take out a'lices-before;
wciaing his business as auctioneer, ad- "i"
Li pay into the Treasury of the Towanof
wherry for said license the som of twon
iEC:"oK 6. That the proprietor or pro
etors of each billiard or pool table
bin the Town of Newberry, shall-Ie-re
ired to pay into the treasury of: tbensicY
wn of Newberry the sum of fifty 4ollars
a license therefor, and that the proprie-'
or proprietors of each' billiard or pool
>le within the Town of Newberry in ex
is of one such billiard or pool table dbarr
required to pay into the treasury of.the
wn of Newberry the sum of weng-Gre
Ilars for each of such billiard or pool tar
s in excess of one,
3xcBsox 7. That the proprietor of eae:n
-pin alley within the limits of the Town
Newberry, shall be required to' p. iito
treasury of the said Towa of Newberry.
a license therefor the sam of twent4ye? -
Scroa 8. That the proprietor of esch
gatelle table within the limitaof the Town;'
Newberry, shall be required to pay into
a treasury of the Town of .Newrberry the
c of fifteen dollars as a license therefor.
Szcrox 9. That the proprietor or.pro
ietors of taverns, or saloons; where apir
.ous liquors shall be sold in quantities1e,=
an one quart within-the limits of the
iwn of Newberry, shall pay into thetreas
y of the said Town of Newberry, ss the
ense therefor up to the thirty-first d.oE
cember, 1882, at the rate of two hendre -_
liars per annum.
Saczox lu. That the proprietor or pro.
ietors of each tavern or saloon, or othee
ice where spirituous liquors are- sold .iau
antities more than one quart, shallpasy.
to the treasury of the Town of Newberry .
a license therefor up to the thirty_frs$
y of December, 1882, at the rate of one:'
indred and fifty dollars per annum.
Szcriox 11. That for the purposes otSx
g the assessment of the personal
r taxation, the Clerk and Trearero
id Town of Newberry, shall be required
keep his office open each day (Sunds
:epted) from the twentieth day of May;
82, until the twentieth day of June,1889,
receive on oath the returns of the on
e or agents of the owners of all personar
operty within the limits of the -saidTown
'Newberry. And in case of the fannsamo.
ake return of said personal property for
aessmnent by the owners or agents+oE e
mee thereof, the Clerk andTearect
id Town of Newberry shalt aswh~,
Sbcriox 12. That the taxes ,and Y sne
trein provided for, shall be paid unto,the
lerk and Treasurer of said&Town f New
ary, in lawful money.of the-United8tasses
Szcrros 12. That all the taxes herein
vied shall be paid within the thirty *ay
aginning on the twentieth day *June.
382, and ending on the .twentith dsy .A
Szcriox 14. That all license, herein re
aired to be paid shall be due at Onea8d
aid by the person or persons affectedhere
T in advance, except in those cases awbere
license was issued by the preceding Tow,
ouncil, and in such cases the same -shal
e due and payable at the expiration of the
are fixed by the preceding tJoundil.
SICrroN 15. That all licensee herein' pro
ided for, except licensee for she-saleef
airiLuous liquors, shall be of force for the
sace of twelve months after the same are
Szerrox 18. That any and every person
able to do road duty within the limits of
ue Town of Newberry, may be reliered 9
uerefrom by the payment of one dollar as
se beginning of each quarter of the year
eckoning from the Girst day of January,
lone and ratified under the corporate sal
of the Town of Newberry, on the
r..sl]fourth day of May, in the year
ot our Lord one thousand eight hun-.
dred and eighty-two.
YOUNG JOHN POPE,
Jomi S. FMxa, C. & T., T. C. N.
May 11, 19-tf.
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By Wholesale aid Retail
AT BOTTOM FIGURES
PURE SODA WATER
Satisfaction guaranteed on all of the
above as to purity and efficacy.
Apr. 18, 15-tf.
PLOWS AND HOES.
5.000 lbs. beet quality Steel Plows.
85 dos. best quality Cotton Hoes ces-~
Brades' English Crown Hoe,
American Cast Steel Hoe%
Solid Cast Steel Handled Bees of the
very best quality, all at low prices, at
B00aER'S HARDWARE STORE.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
DRilGIST AN IMIS
COL.UMBIA, S. C.
Bernovod to store two doors next toj- .
A full stock of Pure Medicines, ese~
cals, Perfumecries, Toilet Articles, Gardsa
and Field Seeds, always in store anda ai
.Orders promptly attended to.