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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1882
tNDEx To NEw AD'vERTI8EMENTs.
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Darr & Parme)ee-The Sumter Advance.
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Mrs. Jared Smith, of the Mollohon
section, died Monday n&ht.
Mrs. Phoabe Nates, of Prosperity,
died Tuesday morning. 12th 'instant.
Little Nora, infant daughter of Mrs.
Mamie Oxner, died the 27th of August,
aged nine months and seven days.
Miss Miriam Werber. daughter of
Mr. F. Werber, Sr., died in Newberry
Thursday, 7th instant, of malarial fever,
in the eighteenth year of her age.
Mr. Daniel Buzhardt died at hislome
in this County Sunday night, 1Qth in.
stant, in the sixty-ninth year of his age,
of dropsy of the heart. He was a good
Rev. Edward Henry Buist, Pastor of
the Cheraw Presbyterian Church, died
at his home in Cheraw Monday morn
ing. 11th instant, in the forty-sixth year
of his age. Mr. Baist graduated with
the first honor at the South Carolina
College, and was a man of fine ability.
He was Pastor of the Presbyterian
Church in Newberry from 1860 to 1865;
and was Moderator of the Synod held
here in 1874. Not only the congrega
tion of that church but the people of
Newberry generally, by whom he was
much loved, will regret to learn of his
death. While in Newberry Mr. Buist
was maried to Miss Sebring, of Char
leston; his wife and six children sur
vive him. He leaves three brothers:
Revs. James F. and Arthur Buist, Bap
tist Ministers in Barnwell County, and
Mr. C. B. Buist, of Newberry. Mr.
Buist, at the time of his death, was
Chaplain of the Knights of Honor of
Ifyou will use a bottle of Dr. Fant's
Chill Cure you will shake no more. 35t]
Rev. A, J. Stokes.will preach nexi
Sunday at New Chapel at 101-2 A. M.;
and at Trinity at 3 1-2 P. M.
Don't Waste Money
On trashy extracts when you can buya
-.- lasting perfume so delightfully fragraut and
refreshing asFKo:estc. Cologne.
*Mr. D. N. Lane is home from Brlti
Mr. W. H. Clark has' returned fron>
a trip through Georgia and Florida.
Rev. R. D. Smart has gone to Greeun.
wood to assist Mr. Power in a protract
The best Tonic and A ppetizer in use
7Fr.nt's Calasaya Bark and iron. Try
The wind and rain of Saturday nigbi
and Sunday were furious. The rair
lasted over twenty-four hours, accom
panied by high eastern winds- Much
damage was done to the crops. Cort
was blown down in many places: muck
i of that that still had the fodder on- it
was blown flat on the ground. The
streams were very much swollen. The
bridge at McCarley's Mill, on Duncan\
Creek, was washed away, and two spant
of Brazelman's Bridge, on Enoree Riv
er, were also washed away. Broad and
F,noree are higher than at any time
since 1852. A great deal of bottom
corn is rained.
L CROUsE P. 0., N. C., Jan. 26. 1882.
Cazp James F. JTC zston, Charlote, N.C..
DEAR Z;2--iour card received ask.
ing our opinion of engine and boiler
We can say that it is all claimed for it
We find it eatsy to keep up steam, aic
with sufficeient power to run our sain
mill well. Yours,
MULLEN & CROUSE.
V The Primary Election
Passed off quietly. The result i:
I ~ printed in another column. The voti
this time was 1,704. against 1,730 ir
From our returns it appears that th<
following are nominated: For tht
House, Hardy, Sligh, Johnstone; foi
4.- Probate Judge, J. B. Fellers; for Coun.
ty Commissioner. A. J, Livingston; foi
Auditor, Jno. K. Nance.
The race for School Commissione1
'will have to be run over by Messrs
Sale and Boyd; for Treasurer by
Messrs. Gary and Wheeler; for Coro
-ner by Messrs. Bass and Longshore
for County Commissioners by Messrs
Epting, Smith. Brown and Cromer
The second election will be held th'
Will Be Sent Free.
Four beautiful Fancy Chromo Head
tevery one who is using. or has us.ed
-. Brown's Iron Bitters. Write, stating
disease for which medicine was taken
PC heznefits derived. &c., giving correct ad
the. dress, to Bxows CHEuC.U. Co.. Bslti
back more, Md. 36-St.
Vii Every person ownuing even a sm..il gar
old ga spsL iaotd set out small fruits, and t<
Mxow when, how and what to plant send ti
rovi . 4Purdy, Palmyra, N Y., for his esta
c. set free to all applicants ; or 2
Id guzst I'nt2tr." Hie aiso publi-hes a 2'
e.outMry paper calkd --The Fruit Re
em der~ andl Oo:tage Gard?ner,'' Prie et
or trom this time to D---c., 1882
. o He sends a pecime~n copy ie
ialantS .S5- St
OUR NEXT REPRESENTATIVES.
WM. D. HARDY
Was born in Newberry County, near
Maybinton, April 20, 1841. He re
ceived a very fair education under Gen.
Stephen D. Lee, at an academy near
Asheville, N. C.; was a clerk at Spar
tanburg from 1S59 to April 1861, when
be entered the Confederate service as
a member of the Spartan Rifles, 5th S.
C. Infantry. At the reorganization in
f 1862 be was made Sergt.-Major; after
the battles around Richmond he was
promoted Adjutant of the 5th Regt., in
which capacity he served until Lee's
surrender. Since the war Mr. Hardy
has been successfully engaged in farm
ing. He has been President o the
Maybinton Denmoeratic Ciub since 1872:
has been a delegate to nearly every
deuocratie conevertion that has been
held in this Couniy since the war; re
pr.-bented this Coanty in the State Can
venitions of 1876 ano 1882, and in the
Congreasion,al Counvention of 1878. Hie
Cserved as President of every Democrat
i Cutint Couvention during the caw
paign- of 1878 and 188U. Mr. Hardy
is not a practiced speaker; but he is a
man of good ideas and sound. practical
fudgment, and will make a safe and
JEFFERSON A. SLIGH.
Mr. Sligh was born in Newberry s
County, S: C., four miles from the Court t
House-at the place where Capt. H. H.
Folk now lives-the 13th day of Dee.m
ber. 1835. He was a - student at the c
Lexington Academy, and? afterwards at 1
Newberry College;. but was prevented c
by the war from graduating. He served t
one year in the War in Company D. t
13th S. C. Regiment, and then received I
a discharge. He has been a Minister t
in the Lutheran Church nineteen years; t
and has for eighteen years been Pastor t
of St. Paul's Church in the lower part E
of this County. Mr. Sligh has served t
one term in the Legislature. That his l
services have been acceptable to his I
constituents the large vote at the pri
maries Tuesday is a sufficient evidence.
As a farmer Mr. Sligh has proved a c
success. - He is a progressive farmer i
and takes an active part in everything
that tends to advance the agricultural 2
interests of the County. Mr. Sligh has
very decided convictions upon public i
questions and is outspoken in his views. t
He is a man of sound judgment and C
firm purposes of good business eapaci- f
ty; is an effective speaker; and will
make a useful member.
Is a native of Newberry, is a son of 1
the late Chancellor Job Johnstone, and I
is about 36 years of age. He received
his primary education in Newberry; he
spent one year in the state Citadel A
cademy, from which institution he en- I
tered the army with the Battalion of
State Cadets. In 1867 he went to Scot
land and took a thorough course in the
University of Edinburg. He was ad
mitted to the Bar in 1871. Mr. John- I
stone is one of the most successful crim
inal lawyers in the State; but owing to
the small remuneration from that line
of practice has been gradually with
drawing himself from it, and devoting I
his attention more closely to the civil
practice, in which he has taken a high
stand for his age. Mr. Johnstone was
first elected to the Legislature in De- i
cember, 1877, to fill the unexpired term I
of Tom Keitt. During that term he
served.as a member on the committee
on Ways and Means, Incorporations,
and other important committees. In
1878 he was re-elected; an.d during this
hi second term he was Chairman of
the committee on Incorporations, and a
membher again of the Ways andi Means.
In 18801 he was re-elected; and during 1
this his third term he was Chairman of
the Ways and Means, in which positionr I
e showed a thorough knowledge (of
the condition of Lte Sta:e's fiianwee,
and exhib,ited conside-rable :abihiy in 1
their management. . . Johinstone has I
taken an active part in the legislation
of the State since his entry into the I
Legislature; he was prominent in the
disassion of the Bond Debt question,
and was a strong advocate of the re- 1
opening of the S. C. University and tbe
Citadel Academy. His course has been
hold, fiur and conscientious. He has
been spoken of prominently for Con
gress; and was suggested from several
quarters for Lieut.-Governor on the
present St-ate Ticket. Mr. Johnstone
has taken an active part in every camn
paign since and including 1876. lIe is
a very effective speaker, on the stump,
in the Court room, and in the Legisla- I
tive halls. With his experience as a
legislator, added to his ability, he will,
DO doubt, be one of the leading mem-1
bers in the next House of Representa
Fant's Female Regulator cures all dis
eases peculiar to females. 85-tf
It is a we't known fact that Rheumatism
originates from a disordered or impure eon
dition of the blood. To relieve the system
of these excruciating pains perwanently,
you must purify the blood-root out ths
poison. S. S. S. is the only remedy known
that does this. Others relieve the paiu ; S.
S. S., by renewing the blood, cures the dis
ease. Price, 81.00 and $1.25 per bottle.
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teethingr
Powders) will cure your child. For
sale by all Druggists and Country Mer
chants. ______ 50-1y
Mar Ch ssn.eye, and Aiious at
(ard Cre Pills-an infallible remedy: nev
er fails to cure the most obstinate, long
standing cases whete Quinine and all oth
er remedies had failed. They are prepared
expressly for malarious sections, in double
boxes, two kinds of Pills, containing a
strong cathartic and a chill breaker, sugar
coated; contains no Quinine or Mercury,
causing no griping or purging; they are
mhil and eficient, certain in their action
and harmless in all cases; they effectually
cleanse the system, and give new life and
tone to the body. As a househiold remedy
they are unequaled. For L iver Coniplaint
their equal is not known; one box will have
a wonderful effect on the worst case. They
are used and prescribed by Physicianil, and
sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent by
mail, 25 and 50 cent boxes. Emory's Little
Cathartic Pills, best ever made, only 15
Cents. Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau Street,
New York. Jun. 1, 22-sm.
Best eyermade, Emory's Little Cathartic
Pills, pleasant to tq.ke, sugar-coated; no
griping; only 15cent:s a b<oz, of Drugit
or by mail. Standard Cure Co., 114 ihsu
Street, New York. ,Jun. 1, 22-m'
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent.
for sale at this office.
A Beneficent Action.
The miserable looks and feelings of
those confined at desks or work tables. a:e
caued by weak Stomiach, Kidne.vs or Bow
-s. Parker's Ginger Tonic without initex
iatigr has such a beneficent action on
:ese~organs and cleanoes the poiscons
-atters rrom the system, that rosy cheeks
aud good health are soon brought back
The Columbia ggister will be club
hed with the HERILD as follows: Week
ig Register and HERALD $3.50, i
wieeky Register and H ERALD $5, Daily
R eister and HERALD $8.75.
THE REPUBLICANS AT WORK.
The Newberry County Convention <
he Republican party met in the Hog
chool House Friday, 8th. Couni
.bairman Henry Kennedy called tt
onvention to order. The Secretar3
3. W. Nance, read a communicatio
rom "Headquarters Union Republica
marty, Colomrbia, S. C.." ealling ft
ounty Conventions to he held in tb
,arious Countic- to elect delegates I
be State Convention which meets i
)olumbia the 12th "for the purpose <
onsidering and transactin such bus
ess as may be necessary," and alo t
lect delegates to the Third Congre:
ional Convention-signed by E. W.M
Iacke3, Chairuan. and harry Noal
eeretary. The proceedings were oper
d with prayer by Rev. Dilrd. F
hairan of the ineeting D. HI. Maffe
d Dennis Montes were nominate<
'hie election resulted-Maffe'tt 4&
loates 37. Maffett, on taking ti
jhair, said. among other things: Th
onor is unexpected and undeserve<
f there is one mar who has the welfar
f his people at heart, it is I. No on
an point to a single act or word that
ave done or spoken against my pen
ie. Looking to the time when w
hall stand alongside of other people i
us great country, 1 have no hopes,.n
spirations, no ambition except thn
vhich points to the elevation of the co
red race. In 1865 we were endowe
vith all the rights and privileges <
itizenship that white men have; w
ave been tossed hither and thither b
raitors and Judas Iscariots, but w
ave made progress of which we shoul
e pi-oud. The world cannot deny tha
his people, who were kept in bondag
wo hundred years, have made progres
qual to that ever made by any peopl
nder the sun. I want to see my pe<
le do that which will make them fre4
appy and prosperous. We are her
itb the white people, and will wor
ith them if they work with us. W
o mean as citizens to have the righ
ad privileges granted to us by th
onstitution and the Laws. It may b
long time coming; but. we will hav
! We will have itl! We will hav
L!!! B. W. Nance was elected Secre
ary and A. L. Snead assistant. Th
optpittee on credentials reported th
No. 1-R W Boone, Dennis Moates, Hen
ennedy, D HI Maffe;t, J J Whitener, Jas
annon, B W Nance. Nestor Lewis,Marsha
riffio. A L Snead. Baruch Boyd. Berry Ne
, Jas A Hendersn, Chas Brown, Henr
lowman, Aaron DeWait, Orange Maffet
%as Dawkins, J B Johnalin, Albert Wi
ama, Calvin Cromer.
No. 2-W M1 Saber, Tomn Keitt, Dougla
aldwell, P W Wilson, Walter Graham, 3
.indsay, D G Gist. .
No. -$alam Glenn. Jas Titus, Jno Ma
an, Henry Hodges, Wesley Cbaplin, l .
leans, Neel Gilliam.
No. 4-D F Lyles, Starling Toung, Ja
yles, S J McCracken, RSims, Robt PJone
.dmund Abrams, Henry Arthur, S P Bu
on, Jesse Anderson, Robt Lyles.
No. 5-Fred Brooks, Jordan Gamy, L J Gi
am. Thos Graham, Jesse Gary, Prince Bu
y, Seek Smith. J C Brooks.
No. 6-A W Longshore, W G Golden, Js
)orroh, J B Qolden. A J Savish, Lark
acison, F K. $oozer, Wade iugo.
No. 7-Not represented.
No. 8-M R Russell, Wm Dawkins, 0
ingleton, Henry Gilliam, Ned Gilliam, J
)svenport, J B Boozer, Andrew GaIlman,
No. '9-C L Spaan, Silas Dawkins, Blufo
Vasington, C W Guignard, Mathias Jac
on, Newton Darby, Orange Mlaffeat, Sianec
loozer, Jas Kinard.
No. 10-Not i-epreaented.
No. 11-Jacob Leitzey, Washington Wic
r, Jno Galimnan, Jono Asper, Dan'l Hende
o, W WV Lm9euberry.
Permanent organization was effecte
>y electing the same officers. Nomn
ations for delegates to State Convri
ion being in order, M. R. Russell non.
ated D. H. Maffett as "a gentlenir
nown from the seaport to the tnoul
iin top"; and Belt Johne.kip seconck
o nominat'on of Maffett as its m;
*vho is on honor to the Republican pa
y of Newberry County, of South Car
ia and of the United States." Dav
~yles nominated Henry Kennedy as'
nan who has what is called back bon
md is able to represent his people
ennis Moates nominated R. W. Boor
is "the only pale face among us; and
nan wiho bas the courage to stand t
is." Charley Brown nominated Day
Sles as "a man unspotted to th
vord." Wmn. Suber and WVm. Dav
tins were also nominated. The rc
vas called, and each delegate as h
rme was palled v,oted for the man.
is choice. Trhe first vote resp!!et
3oone 50, SubeP 33, L'vk's 2-Boor
lected. Second vote: Maffett 44, Kei
edy 40. Lyles 2, Suber 1-Maffe
lected. Third vote: Kennedy 52, Si
er 32, Dawkins 1-Kennedy elected.
The election for delegates to the Col
rressional Convention resulted: W
Dawkins, Tom Keitt, Silas Dawkin
avid Lyles, B, W. Nance.
D. H. Maffett cffered a resolution th
be delegates to the State Conventi<
e instructed to support E. W. 3
Mackey for Chairman of the State E
B. W. Nance moved that the Sta
Exectivb~Committee he requested
rppoint D. H. Maffett County Chai
nan- D. G. Gist moved that the Cot
iittee be requested to 4ppoint Heni
Kennedy. A' vote was taken, and r
ulted': Kennedy 38. Maffett 23.'
The Convention lasted from 11 A. 3
: P. M., and the proceedings we
rery stormy throughout. Great. noi
m confqsionr prevailed driring tI
lections, the delegates yelling at tl
op of their voices for their favorite ca
idates. The Chairman found it ic
possible to preserve order or to kei
:he members in their seats. The cc
est between the friends of Kennet
ad the friends of Maffett was ye
i;ely. The old men were for Kenn
Sy, the young men for Maffett; and tU
rormer being in a majority carried the
point for County Chairmarg.
rank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
The number for October overflows wi
rood things; the contents are exceedint
fraried, ard afford delightful readim
'The Religion of the Ancient Egyptiar;
v J. Newenham Hoare; 'The Study
B'iology at Princeton College'; 'Lace-mlt
i-'The Mount Axen fRoad 'in Switz
land ; ''The 'Copts 'of Egypt and tii
hurdh,' are among the noteworthy, p
f'usely ilustrated articles. There are soi
g~irhIe sketches and essas, one
R-v. Dr. 'T-,iig.', 'T:-, Old Humeet.-ad,
ing' is coeuiaaud with i.er's-ing Ii en
Amon" the numlerous po.-m, is a very be
tuul one, 'T : S'.u:h Wind,' by the I
Fanv Parnell, whieL was received by
edior 0n the' day of her death. '1
H me Pulpit' has a sermou by Dr. Talma
'hrnianri.y as a Delus.ion.' There
aI -Wit, Wisdom and Pathos of Ch
oo,' 'Toe Collection Basket,' 'Infori
uon for :he Curious.' 'The Bow Unbe
*c etc , and a" abundadce of brief
'.4, par..gratph., e., of great inter
ti IIot ido' ma.tion, ar.d. ente'rtaining to
ca.-'- 0f -eaders. The p)rice is' 25 ceni
nu"r"r' $3 a year, post paid. Ad1dresFre
Lele. Publisher, 53, 55 and 57 Park Plh
THE DEMOCRATIC MEETING THE 7th.
A Large Turn-Out, and Fine Speeches.
The morning of the 7th wore a gloomy
look; the clouds were heavy, and rain
was falling. This circumstance, added
to the fact that there was a great deal
e of sickness throughout the County, led
many to expect a very small gathering:
a the canvassers themselves hardly ex
pected crowd enough to speak to, and
r were counting on a day of rest. But
e about 9 o'clock mounted clubs began to
pour into town from every quarter of
n the County; and by 10 o'clock the Pub
lic Square was tilled with horsemen.
The cheers that rent the air and male
the welkin ring lent inspiration to the
scene, and proved that the spirit of '76
still survives. The rain continuing, it
was thought best not to have the speak
ing in Cline's Grove as arranged. but in
r the Opera House instead. The crowd
: filled the house, and the speeches were
listened to attentively throughout.
Speeches were made by Hugh S.
e Thompson, nominee for Governor. J.
s C. Sheppard, for Lieut.-Governor, D.
Wyatt Aiken, for Congress, Charles
e Richardson Miles, for Attorr:ey.Gene
eral, John Peter Richardson. for State
Treasurer, M. C. Butler, U. S. Senator,
and Jarues N. Lipscomi, for Sect(etary
e of State. At this distance of time it,
n would not be proper to give any ex
tended notice of the speeches; and we
t shall simply nention some interesting i
,taistics that were given by Cu!.
Thompson and Col. Aiken. Col.
Thompson said that the expenses of the
e State government last year, exclusive
of the interest on the public debt, were
e only $238,000-less than the Republi
d cans bad spent in one year for public
printing alone Speaking ,f th< pu:blic
e schools, he said that in seven years the
Republicans spent $1,386,900 for public
e schools; in five years the Democrats
spent $1,517,600, with lower assess
ment and lower taxation. When he be
e became Superintendent of E.n:aion in
1876 he found a school debt of $210,000,
e of which amount $184,700 was due from
s the State Treasury for teachers' pay
e certificates-$4,165.60 of it due to this
e County. In the last year of Republican
e administration the attendance of the
public school was-whites 55.000. col
ored 46.000; last year the attendance
e was-whites 61.000, colored 72.000. In
e the last year of Republican administra
tion the attendance in Newberry Coun
y I ty was-whites 653, colored 1.216; last
L year--whites 1,370. colored 2.326.
The total amount expended last year
for public schools in the State was about
t- Col. Aiken's speech dealt chi-fly with
the tariff. He said it takes $335.000,000
a year to run the U. S. governwe-nt
nearly $7 a head for every m:.woman
r- and child. It takes $100.000,000 of this
E for pensions; $45,000,000 for carrying
the mail. From the pension qtonuy the
u South derives no benefit of const quonce
r- and a small proportion from the. appro
priation for carrying the mail. Col. Ai
1- ken declared the tax on cotton-ties to
' be a great imposition on the Southern
farmers, and showed how farmers are
n mistaken in supposing that they get
their money back for their bagging and
ties whsp they 4el1 their cotton. - The
merchant at Liverpool where the price
s of cotton is regulated. huys net cotton,
knocking off 22 pounds for bagging and
d ties: the New York merchant p-.ys as
Smucb, per pound, for the bagginig and
n ties as for the cotton. hut lie do,-s not
pay as much for the cotton as i fhe' were
c- buying it net--he would lenty a much
r- or a net bale as he pays for the bale
and the bagging and ties. And so on
d dlown tt the ti,r-t bu.y .
i- Nearly all'tbe sp,-akers pn- :th.ir re
I- sects to the green h:wc< tick, t, :er I h:eld
i- it til to t2eritedl ridi'et'i.*. S,-n. cr Buit
n ler said it wa, ucot wis-. lo unidc rea the
i- stren.gtho~fn em:ni);1 . ba t -.:. the
d gr,en b'ick tiicke-t is r:li '.1 . a con
n iemptih!~e the republicans~ .' very
r- likely support it, andI t't. ,. rats
- most be prepared to iAe:& it
d The dlay passed ofl zmost crditably to
a Newberry County. It exhibitedI the<
,earnestness of"i Pn'' Ih :.n'l~~ A rde
" term in:eticn: to p.r.-r-.-:-,.....r::.nent1
e that it 04. suc'd a ag le .-- -. . in. All
a the canvassers spoke in the highest
terms of praise of the Newberry Deunoc -
d racy ; and Mr. Gonzales, of the News
Is and Courier. A '-.: - ' l ! the
r- meeuuin, =. A orr3 in tais cam
1 paign has done more, considering the
is difficulties of the situation. than any
yf county yet visited". To Gen. Pope,
; County Chairman, much of the success
e of the day is due:
tt Various and all Alout,
- There will be preaching at Smyrna
,^Scott's Creek Sunday was higher than
, it had been for several years.
Mr. Alfred Reeder found in his field
t last week an English half penny dated
. Mr. Jeff Evans is now the engineer
on the Laurens R. R. Mr. Shockley
~gpes to the S. J. &C.
t- Mr. A. Foot has moved into Dr.
r- Thompson's house on the corner of
Caldwell and Friend Streets.
- The Cromer Democrats started in
full force to the Mass Meeting Thurs
day ; bt could not cross tihe creek.
-e When you feel out of sorts, have the
e blues, melancholy. etc., it must be in
te digestion th4 ails you, .Brown's Iron
e Bitters cures it.
SMr. Wm. Sheely's horse ran away
with his buggy Saturday. Mr. and
Mrs. Sheely were in the buggy. They
ywere both thrown out and were badly
e- Edmund Satterwhite, on Mr. W. W.
X Waldrop's place, has a half acre of very
ir fne, red potatoes. He brought one to
tis office last week that weighed four
Nestor Lewis, colored, who cultivates
h a small cotton patch on Mr. A. M.
lv Bowers' place in town, found a' boll of
g.oetton with twelve full grown locks of
s,' otton in it.
*Messrs. M. Foot & Son are pai:ting
k- and renovating their stores in order to
rreepiye their iarge stock of good3s,
Swhich they'eay will be.in great variety
ne and at low prices.
byHenry Morris shot his wife and Mike
isLindsay one night last week, wounding
them severely. J!ealusy wyas the catae"
OnQe' shot tait both. All colored, and all
of Smokey Town.
The Town Council evidently wants
he from $100 to $300. The circuses that
come the 25th and the 29th get in, un
Id der the old ordinance, for $100 each.
We bave received a neatly printed
catalogu e of "Clinton College,n? located
r- atClinton, S. C. The attendance i*
lgood, there being45 pupils in what is
called the collegiate department and
uk in the high school. The catalogue was
4, printed on the press of the ThornwelU
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buiGr andsOffe lsrat- for oC
bnii ve award es yano aufc
aEET MU ato nethir prin atlogu
reifor s de.ms a nd. hsstl Sedi
hairmain, wlsent don 1eteday to n
ne Stht oixe.Ctiet Cdwittee forw
ogth vacifancy on thet jstate icet'.
si ur erin O in sweek becaus oe the.jt
ar-outg Hand thefl declarate iono the
oii haver notred en iae. mTheEx
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Wes leteallethenands decar the ei
:ely emainres ths wearin, beandus the
dsOiliatacted fo ecainro spe
ofsalt ha Hnta SetAbee maught iThe
ctH.iverymmittee ihmetmay kno
[tas tviretur s andestorae tb re-n
yar 140.*--geswres -nmro'
rel REire Ithue became ano uiea
foloe C00er o Deafness hasoex
igiispreabs,tate fdroecar 100pe
lsofall WhTE She Deagf iay th
h'lowas knrowne as miracleDin case.
Eh ver Cunehl noishermn kgnd
are bcoee ba Benehitred. ato
teyer bo1. tte iere wee. mru
tsr vire. ars uQseTOALE unis
la r ovearC 3 A yars DERaNes.a ex-t
sted aon heLCJneY,7 peope Sent,
rge rep,eoinydrsa $1.00 o wpllr
re yrtrWard hat willa enable
tnd hear ike abodyee,anrwos
ve bean e wllp Denermnentd '
ir To'avidss inhed airea plea-tsenk
nter botl wEillRE LTrE.
"ts Imrte arbNUSIy AL n t
HAt net YLOCK~ JENNEYSrt,
civ byretrn 7 reedy t.,l enabYlrk
yopoha like abelse, arJun 8, 2o-l
caivlsl piae eecsille peranttion
l'hreer Hrngrefdng FotE(40) Ars
re oavlesd ling in Teair,shplease 8end
oneybyCoEunTEy, ETTeaerda rek
nyIportded by nso r.To.M
singer, . Werber S., ew Bore.
i Dr.NT D. A annon. Thn. 8,n wilb
-chilase. authr infrposte sa lnain
odThe Hanredbaind Fomry broth es,
Ggand Dr .A annona. TP. Cogan ii
ELIZABETH & BEW.T
ug. 24, R--tf.
T. A. Sligh.
WV. D. FIariy
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I. S. Boozer.
f. C. B yd.
9. G. Sale.
LJ. Livingston. A rmr
no A. Cromer.
. J. Kilgure.
. D. Swith. j
F. C. S. Brown.
. C. Banks.
. C. Swittenberr I
i. C. Wilson.
i'. D. Graham.
)r. J. U. Dickert.
C. C. Lugshore.
F. B. Werts.
f . N. B3as'. f
-. II. Whl:elkr.
I. H. Gary._
P. P. B. Harwon.
3. W. Cannon. I
Tacob Kibler. -
ino. K. Nance. > l ,
W. W. IJouweal.j
N PIANO Co
~xt 60 days only.
~no for only $24.5.
case, elegantly fiuished. 3 strings. 7j O0
ut1e agraffes, our ne w patetnt overstrun
n)etine anel Itrge tun.y mouling. fu
yners, ini 'ag~t. every fmn>rovement whic
rstrument, ha, been added.
all rdeliveredl on board $ A4 .O
and Book, only e
price, $:9->, for 60 days only. This is nos
mtusical public. Unprecedented succesi
cou order at once. Do not lose this rar
. Please send referee if yon do not sen
to refunded and freilght charges paid by u
Several olher special Blargains: Piano.
ifiel purchaser. Don't fail to write~ us bi
:aoguc. indEed tree, giving the highest te*
urer. Every Piano fully warranted for
e of 3,000 choice pieces of popular Must
)LSSOHN PIANO CO.,
P.O0. Box 2,058, NEW YORK CITY.
NEERRY, S. C., Sep. 13 1882.
Ordinary...... ...............10 al(
Newberry Prices Current,
By J. N. MARTIN & CC
Shoulders, Prime New........a
Shoulders. Sugar Cured....
Sides, C. R.,New............ al1
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sho9;l4trs New.....---- 1
Sides, C. k, New........... a 11
Sides, L.o.ig Clear........... a II
Canvassed Rams, (Magnolia) 18
Leaf. in Tierces........... 38
Leaf, in Buckets.......... 1
Granulated Standard..... 2a
Extra C................ 11
Coffee C............... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 85
New Orleans M'olasses. 50
Cuba Molasse..... GO
SEgar Ouse Molge.s tO
~GEnpo.. e................. 1.0
Roasted or Parched..... 25
Best Rio................ 20a
Good Rio.............. 16a20
Cide Vie -....... 50
Bolted. ........ 1.5
SARCH.....................~ 6a I
STAB CANDLES................ 16
FLOUR, per bb1............ ..-- .00..10.(
CNCENTRATED LTS......... 1
ENGLISH SODA. ,............. 10
HORSFORD'S BiKING POWDER 26
SEA FOAM EtAKING POWDER... 35
ALE GREASE............. .. 10
TOBACCO.................. ..... 60a la~
NAILS (10:- keg.... .............. 50
ARROW TIES. ner bunch............. '
SPLICED ARROW TI4....... 126
RED CLOVER'SEED-per lb...20
RED OATS-per ku............ 35a
TIMOTHY HAY................... 1
WHE.A T, per bu.............. .1 15a 1
fffaweek in your own town. $5 O01
LEre.No risk. Ev r'n new. C
ital ntey1 gn
fo funes. Ladie make a asi men, I
boysandigils mak~ e4 s. Reader
yg ma a.bnulnasa as w yucan ma
gess.pa an the time you wr,writes
arm to H.HAZ-Tai 0
THE MIGHTY MA
Of all A musement Orgn
S. H. BARR
ORIENTAL CRCUS, EGYPTIAN
EXPOSITION OF I.
Positively Coming, and will -
7 ENORMOUS METROPOLITA
5o Fifty Blazoned Ca;
Positively the largest collection of extremely
this continent. The
WH*ITE NITE I
Ever. imported-a, Huge Shambling River 1]
nnany Theologians and Zoographers to be i
A PAIR OF MAJE
Broken to Harness and d'
$100,000 Invested In more
A MONSTER ALL-RFr
PE RFO m MIN G
Including TWIC;" the largest animal known t<
Several inches taller and the heay-e t animal
Years of Age. Also the MiIDGET, "I
S15l,ll 0 THE GREA TEST
IL 111111'1 he lrt an<d
The only animal of its kind ever on ex
An animal never before exhibited in America
Exhibited on this Contin
THE SLF.WAi COLOSSUS, CYNOCEPi
TEE FIVE-TON PERFORM)
AN ARCTIC A
You will see features never before witud
Elks driven Tandem in the S',raus, Performii
Perform Incred=ble Feats, Lapland Hurd,
pynuceplialus, Performning )cps of
A PAIR OF AFR
14 Fourteen Performing Ee
The laigest number of the most beautif
and more tha:n a u
A CO3MPLETE AND EXH
Tou will see WILLIS COBBN
Circus of Dogs, G<
6 COMPLETE ChRCUS C~
100 - ONE HUNDRED Fi
20 Double Somer
Led by the acknow lodged chs
JAMES QUICLEY AND
$10,000 challenge their
20 CHAMPION BAE~
Miss Viola Rivers, Miss Je'
-The champion two, fonr and six Ho
The World-Famed BENO ANID DUNBAER
The only an
Aerial Bicyclists of dhe Nineteenth Century,'
ile W ire 60 feet in the air, holdls.the
10 C L O
Headed by the KING L A
The Low Comedy Bear, "BEUNyO." Steam A
Sheik'% Return from Conquest, A Qarter
Martial Mnsical Brigaes. The Now Le
~.Cheap Excusrsiois Rates
? NE TICKET ADMITS TO
Children Under Ni
aizatlons. Panoplied in
ETT & CO.'S
CARAVAN .'.NLA U,. :SAL
WVING WNDEIS r
hibit in all its vast :e at
N MENAGEIES UMTfEi !7
es of Wild Beasts !,. E
Rare Wild Animals with any exhibition on
orse the terror of all Saurians-amed"by
dentical with the Behemoth of the.Bible.'
-awing Roman Chariots.
than EIGTY TONS of Educated F :.
WESENTING HERD OF
E LEPHA1' N.T,
> exist, the famous old India War Elephant,'!
mver on this Continent; said to be over -
.ITTLE DOT." thrice the smalest
[ant ever seen. -
hibition in this or any o,her country.
The first and only HOCIPOTMUS ever
ent. The only genuine
NG BLACK RHINOCEROS.
QUARIUM OF POLAR MAJfMOTH&.
sed with' any other Exhibition on ciarI.
ig Arabian lronedaries. Zebras trained to"'
Ic Racing Reindeer. a Gigantic Rid1ng
Hyenas, a School of Learned Seals.
atucky Thoroughbreds. 14
11 and best trained Horses in the World,
rhole' show alone.
IAN CAMELS ..
.USTIVE COLLECTION OF
ical WO33.e 4 PS
original and~ only Mialature #
>ats andi Monkeys. -
]MPANIES COMBINED. -
MOUS CHIEFS? 0
sault Leapers, 2
,npions of the entire World,
WILLIAM BATCHLOR, I
qual is not to be found.
s-BACE RIDERS, 20
inie Ewers, Mr. Orrin Hollis,
-se Eidera of the old and new world.
,the Champion Artists of the Triple Bar.
whose wonderful performances on the Invisi
:zands of people in breathless awe. -
UGHM.KEES the great
r.Ship i operation outside, free to alL The ~
FfaMlinsre ararle. Three Superb
viathan Steam Band. a 2miThced JTubilee
i UST W HXT IT ADVERTISES.
on all Ralireast
ALL ADVERlIfL>. .
It controU Mifilns, backed
more, and iofar as hisI