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Special and Local.
Ti URSDA Y, OCT. 19, 1882.1
[IDEX TO .NEW ADvEaTIsZXENTs.
C. Bart & Co.-Fruits.
William B. Anll-Notice.
D. 8. Wheeler-Sheriff's Sale.
A. J. MKCaugbrin-Peruvian Guano.
Fred. N. Calmet-Notice to Creditors.
Langley Bros.-Osnaburg Undersbirts and
Opera House-Armstroag Bros. Minstrels
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aswel & Co's Newspaper Advertising Sn
saa (10 Spruce St.,) where advertising con
tract; may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. , Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is oar authorized agent at
Maj. Geo. G. DeWait's youngest
child died Monday night.
Ti;.e infant child of Dr. Jno. C. Half
acre dikd Friday, 13th instant.
Mr. Hillary Siber died at his home
in this CoU y yesterday. He was a
mnember of the Knights of Honor, and
was a good citizen.
Fant's Female Regulator cures nll dis
-eases peculiar to females. 35-tf
. Mr. A. H. E. Shek -showed us a few
days ago a beautiful silk purse that was
made by his wife. She made the silk.
dyed and spun it. and knitted the purse.
C. Bart & Co.,
The leading fruit dealers of Charles
ton, have an advertisement in the Ha
.D, to which we invite the attention
of the public. They are prepared to
fill promptly and satisfactorily all or
.ders sent them. See their ad.
If you will use a bottle of Dr. Fanta
Chill Cure you will shake no more. 35tf
.Entertainment at Jalapa, 27th.
The ladies of Tabernacle, assisted by
:their sisters of other churches, will have
an Entertainment at Jalapa, for the
benefit of North Newberry Circuit Par
sonage, Friday, Oct. 27th, to commence
at 1 o'clock and continue into the even
ing. A cordial invitation to all friends
in attendance, and in solicitation of aid,
Rev J1. D. Shirey,
For several years past the beloved
Pastor of Beth Eden (Lutheran) Chuich,
preached his farewell sermon to his con
gregation last Sunday. He will leave
Tuesday next for Ives, Rowan Coun
ty,N.C.,whrehe has accepted the
ily will be greatly missed in the Beth
Fromt the Augusta Chronicle.
Where a candidate itches too much
for office the voters will scratch him.
'When the due is on the rye' is when
the whisky bill remains unpaid.
The successful grocers have general
ly started business on a small scale.
The right kind of adog in ayard is
a bull terrier to evil doers.
A show that is too oud should not he
allowed at all.'
The Creencastle Grain Drill
Is just the thing for sowing all kin.ds
of Grain, Grasses and Eertilizers, It
h as eight feet, and sows a width of five
-feet each round, putting in the grain
and the fertilizer at the same time.
For sale by E. S.Coppock, and can be
seen at Coppock &'Martin's buggy
From C r Monthly.
The Presbyterian Church at Laurens,
with only fifty mnembers, has increased
the salary of their pastor, Rey. Jas. Y.
Fair to $I.000.
Mr. Sim Whaley has taken charge of
the Orphanage farm at Clinton.
David and Minnie Huntington, of
Helena, have been taken into the Or
Several of our best and prettiest Ii
dies have engaged as clerks in the lead
ing business lirms of Clinton.
Suits Against the C. & C- R. R.
The following parties have brought
suit for the recovery of damages for
losses -caused by the burning of the
warehouse at the Newberry D)epot the
12th of June. The plaintiffs allege that
the fire originated from sparks from one
of the road's locomotives. J. N. Mar
tin brings suit for $1,000 for loss of
warehouse; Dr. E. C. Carlisle for $2.
000 for coten; Mrs. Keziah W. Davis
for $1,000 for cotton; Mrs. Mary E.
Henson for $75 for cotton; Henry
Thompson for $75 for cotton.
We understand that other suits are to
The election is close at hand; two
weeks from next Tuesday.
Look up your registration tickets, and
have them with you on election day.
In this County there will be only fivei
boxes, as there is no Solicitor or Sena-|
tor to be voted for. The boxes are: 1.
For Governor and Lient.-Governor; 2.
Other State Offeers; 3. Representa
tives; 4. County Offiers; 5. Congress
man. Eatch box shall be labeled with
plain and distinct Roman letters with
the office or offices voted for, and the
Managers, on the demand of the voter,
* shall be required .to read to him the
names on the boxes, and no vote for
any office other than that for which
such box shall he designated and la
beled shall be counted.
In all ages discoveries have been made
.which at thbe time were not appreci*ted.
~This is eminantLly, true of the great vege
table Speci#c 4. S. S, which has never
.been krnown to fail to pyre the Worst c.se
of Scroiula. The action of thbe remedy is
-s.imple and perfect. Eradicates the die.ease
byrenewinlg anid purying the blood. Price,
The best Tonic and Appetizer in use
Fant's Calasaya Bark and Iron. Try
Office Broken Open.
Messrs. Jones & Jones' Law Office
was broken into Sunday night. The
party got in by breaking the lock off'.
the back door. In the back room was
a safe containing papers, &c.. and this,
not being locked, was rifled and the
papers scattered about over the floor.
The papers in the writing desk were
also disarranged. But nothing has
been maissed. The safe in the front'
room was locked; and it was not dis-1
It has been suggested that the party
who broke in thought he was getting
into the Bank, which is next door to the
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teething
Powders) will care your child. For
-ale by all Druggists and Country Mer
Another Old Landmark Gone-The Ruth
erford Homestead in Ashes.
Tuesday afternoon between 2 and 3
P. M. the reside-nce of Col. Richaid V.
list, nine miles from Newberry. was
burned with all its contents. Col. and
Ur.Q. Git u ere in town when the fire
ccurred, and nothing is known of the
Drigin of the fire. The house was one
f the. largest and handsomest in the
County, and was elegantly furnished.
The total loss is probably $10.000; in
mred in the Lancashire Insurance Com
pany (Glenn i Pool, Agents.) as fol
lows: On house $5.000, furniture and
paintings $2,050, wearing apparel $400,
ooks $50-total insurance $7,500.
Best evor made, Emory's Little Cathart e
Pills, pleasant to take. sugar-coated; no
griping; only 15 cents a box, of Drugg;ists
or by mail. - Standard Cure Co.. 114 Nassau
Street. New York- - Jun. 1, 22-8m.
A Seasonable Publication.
The Fall number of Ehrich's Fathion
Quatrterly will be found particularly useful
to all ladies who contewplate that most de
lightful of feminine occupations-shopping
Within the compass of its one hundred and
twenty pages, it contains a compendium of
the whole art and mystery of retail pur
ebasiug, giving descriptions of the latest
ttyles in every departmeat, with a complete
list of prices, and a really bewildering ar
ray of i.lustrations. Aided by this uteful
publication, a lady can plan out her shop
ping for the season, wirh an absolutte cer
tainty that no necessary item will be over
looked, and ,4at every dollar will be made
to do its full and rtmost duty. Whether
the make her purchases by ail or from
torekeepers nearer home, the Fashion
uarterly is equally useful. In either case
it shows her just what styles are fashion.
able, as wall's which are most economical;
and, studying its pages, s lady can adapt
ber expenditure to her means, and avoid
the vexation of finding, too late, that an,
witting extravagance in one direction en
tails inecnyenient economy in another.
. The Fashion garterly is published by
Ehrich Bros., Eig h A904e, New York,
at 50 cents a year, or l,pete a ropy. 'It
is amply worth its price.
Nlational Surgle .Jnlitute.
One of the Surgeons of this old and nota
)le Institute will visit Newberry S. C, Oc
tober 28 and 27th 1882 stopping at the
The object of this visit is to give the
afflicted sat opportunity for examination at
or near their homes. thus saving hopeless
ases the expense of a trip to Atlanta. A
:areful examination will be made, and pa
tients can 'learn if theit cases are curable
or can be benefitted, and whether it will
se necessary for them to visit the Institute.
[n such ses as can be cured, or treat
meut began at home, struenents cana be
nade with our visiting Burgeon, au4 t.r,eat
ment-commenced at once.
Cases of Deformities and Chronic Dis
sases will be examtined, such as Club Feet,
Diseases of the Hip, Spine anzd Jointsa,
Paralysis, Piles, Fistoia, Catarrh, Female
and Private Diseases, and Diseases of the
Eve, Ear, etc.
~' Come early,' as the visit is limited
to the tima o..tesd. For circulars and full
NATIONAL SURGICAfJ INST*1TTi,
Oct. 5, 40-St. ATLSTA, Gi.
outhern Cultivator for October
This standard agricultural journal for Oc
ober is at hand, with its usual variety of
teresting and valuable reading. In its
~olumns are dis.eussed everything pertain
ing to Agriculture, Bertipulture, Stock,
Poultry, etc., by the best wrte pf the
buth. The publishers endeavor to make
it t.he medium through which the thoughts
and ideas of intelligent farmers can be
:ommnicsed to each other.
This long estabiisted journal has done
in incalculable amount of good. For
Portythree years it has been a visitor to
the fireside of Southern farmers and has
:arried there naught but what is good
and profitable. Not given to political dis
eussion it has carried this message-im
prove your farms, beautify your homes,
rear the children to love the land of their
birh, grow prosperous and be happy. ]
The leading article in the October num
her is the addres4 of Judge Furmatn, of
Baldwin county. Georgia, delivered before
the State Agricultural Society His por
Lrat accQ0mpaniles the article and the Judge
has the appearanc.e qgf a r,ulttired and in
telligent gentleman. That he logks ytwng,
almost boyish, need not dete.r any one
from giv ng careful heed to his words, for
be has proven himself a practical and pro
gressive farmer and has demonstrated that
worn out (up -palled) Georgia land can be
made to produce abale ap4 e .hatf of cotton
per acre, b.eing brought from extreme ster;
lity to this productive condition in four
Every farmer in the South should send
one dollar and fifty cents to 'James P.
Harrison ? Co,, Atlanta, Ga., for a year's
ubscription to this ar.d-Ald monthly.
Malara Chilis and Fever, and Bilious at'
tacks pstvely cured with Emory's Stan -
dardur Pills-an infallible remedy: nev
er fails to cure the most obstinate, long- -
standing cases where Quinine and aln oth
er remedies had failed. They are prepared
boxes, two kinds of Pills, cor&.iing a
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. sug gr
coated; contains no Quinine or Mercury,
causing no griping or purging; they are
mi' and effRcient, 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 honaehold remedy
they' are unequaled. For L iver Cora.pl.aint
thesr equal is not known; one box will hwse
a wodarful effect on the worst case. They
are used and prescribed by Physicians, and
sold by Druggists eyerywhere, or sent by
mail,25 and 50 cent boxeo. Emory's Little
Cathartic Pills, best ever madeu, only 15.
Cents. Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau Saree..
New York. Jun. 1 2-sm.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at, this office.
The Columbia Register will be club
bed with the BRna L as follows: Weelc
y Begister and Hy.&r. $3.50, i
weely Register and Hmm $5, Daily
Register and HEALDr. $8,75.
The Week2y Yeoman and Hmw at
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse..
This valuable book is for sale at the
HEA&L Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
horse when sick, and treat~s of every dis-.
ase towhih ahorseis liable. G~et a
opy and save money anzd anxiety.
Only for sale at the
Roll of Co. H, Holcombe Legion, S.C. V.
(PRPARXD BY CAPT. B. S. BOOZL)
Jas. M. Maffett, died of disease in ser
vice at Lockport, Miss., July, 1863.
Jacob Warner, promoted lat Lieutenant;
promoted Captain, 1868; killed at Peters
burg, Nov. 5, 1%64.
Henry S. Boozer, elected 2nd Lieutenant,
186' ; promoted 1st Lieutenant ; promoted
Uaptain ; surrendered at Johnson's I- land,
Juo S Hxir, re.igtwd 18t2.
Bennett J. Kinard, killed at Maoaaeas,
Luz. 3n, 1862.
Latcedon C. Kibler, elected 2nd Licuten
int May, 1862; resigned 186%; dead,
Geo. C. Maffett, el-cwd 3d Lieutenant
18t4 ; pronjoed 2id Lieutenant ; promoted
Ist Lieutennt.; wounded at Kinston, N. C.
Jos. D Carmicba.l, woutded at Boones
>oro, Md.; surrendered at Point Lookout,
Sineo, W. Grapps, Le aiugton County,
tundered at Point Lookout.
W. -imp!.ou Harmon, died in Union pris
>n at Poiat Lookou-.
G,:o M. Singley, killed at Hatcher's Run,
darch 29, 1865.
Jacob A. Cowers, killed at Petersburg.
\oy. 5, 1864
J. Be!ton Werta, Ordnance Sergeant, sur
'edered at Appomattox.
Levi Shealey, Coior Bearer, Edgefield
)ounty, killed at Manassas, Aug. 30, 1S62.
E. Pressly Hawkins, wounded at Boones
>oro, surrendered at Point Lookout.
Jno. L. Hunter. wounded at Manassas,
,urrendered at Point Lookout.
J. Smiley Rowera, ruup4ed at Boones
>oro and at Kinston; died at Point '.ook
Jno. L. Derrick, surrendered at Point
Boozer, Stanmore S., died of disease
while home on furlough, July, 1R64.
Boozer, R. Calvin, surrendered at Point
Boozer, Frederick A , wounded at Ma
taseas and at Kinston ; surrendered at
Boozer, Jacob W., wounded at Kinston;
lid of disease while home on Iurlough,
Britt, Levi, Edgefeld Co., wounded at
Britt, Nathan, Edgefield Co., wounded at
'epooy Church, Va.
Bedenbaugh, Asbury, surrendered at
?uint Lookout ; dead.
Bedenbaugb, Jno. A., Edgefield Co.,
urrendered at Point Lookout.
Bedenbaugh, Geo. A., wounded at Boones
ioro; surrendered at Point Lookout.
Bedenbaugh, Wm. J., wounded at Peters
urg ; surrendered at Point Lookout.
Bobb, francis, wounded at Manaseas ;
turrendered at Point Lookout.
Buzbardt, Hamilton B., surrendered at
Boland, Jas. If., surrendered at Point
Berry, Thos. M., ;dgegeld Co., killed at
Bowera, Jno., wounded at Hatcher's
Iun-fate not known.
Banks, Jas C., surrendered at Point
Black, Truman F., discharged; dead
Crout, Samuel, Edgefield Co., killed at
Cannon, J. Harrison, wounded atePeters
Dominick. H. Wssley, wounded at Jack
ion, Miss., and at Sapopyf Cbrch ; surren
iered at 'oint Lookout.
Dominick, Aarona ., surrendered at
ortress Monroe, Va.
Dominick, B. Lindsay, surrendered at
Dominick, Geo. A., mortally wounded at
lapahannock, died at Culpeper, ~Sept. 9,
Dominick, Henry F., died i.: service, of
Iisease, at Stoney Creek, Va., .July, 1864.
Dick.ert, Qrlando A., discharged 1862.
Enlow, Juo. A., surrendered a -.
Force, Charles, wounded at Petersburg ;
Gruber, S. Christian, wounded at Sapony
Grifth, Geo. P., transferred to 18th
Griffith, Henry, died of disease at home
n furlough. Dec., 1868
gendrix, E. Lambert, wounded at Hatch
Wrs un , surrgpde;ed at. Point Lookout.
Hawkine, Drayt.od' j.,- earregered at
Hunter, Sam'l A., surrendered at Point
Hunter, Robt. T. C., wounded at Manas
las and at Sapony Church
Hunter, Thos. T. C., surrendered at -;
Hatgp J. Martin, mortally wounded at
'Unstonf, died gt ioppboro, N. C., Jan.,
Jones, Win., Edgefield Co., transferred.
King, Jare. Mf., died in service on coast of
south Carolina, Feb. 14, 1862.
Iindsey, Win. K., discharged, over age ;
Lindler. Silas P., FRdgeield Co., surreu
de.red at greensborg.
Kinard, Mf. Luth.er, woundeda& MaDasas;a
,rantserred to 18th Regt.
Moore, Jas. C., szurrendered at Point
Moore, Robt. S., discharged.
Moore, Frederick R., killed at Manassas.
Morris, Geo. H., surrendered at Point
Morris, Thos. B., surrendered as Point
Morri4, Cha,ucey l , wounded at Sharps
>urg ; died at'Point Lookout, May, 1865.
Mayer, Geo., surrendered at AppomattoL
MNary, Levi C., Edgefield, surrendered
it. Point Lookout.
Moseley, Hance C., discharged, under
&oatq, Flgrida, wouaded at Sharpsburg ;
Mathews, Jno., surrendered at Appomat
Maffett., J. Lawson, died at Point Look.
aut, A pr. 29, 1865.
Merchant, Nicholas S., urrendered at
Perkina, Lewis A., wounded at Peters
burg; surred'dered at App4mattog.
Perkins, Jacob, surrendered at Appo
Perkins, Eiihu, wounded at Sapony
Church ; died in service of disease at Pe
Quattlebau, ,.. Bplron, died of disease
it home on furlough Miarch, 1862.
Riser, Hartwell H , Edgefield, surrender
ed at Point Lookout.
Rook, Sam'l L., wounded at Manassas ;
discharged, over age ; dead.
Rikard, Wilq, died in service of disease
at Richmond, Aug., 1862.
ikard, Geo. W., wounded at Manassass;
Rikard, Levi, surrendered at Appomnattox.
Rinehea.rt, A. Pickens, Edgefield, killed
Rineheart, Churchill, Edgefield, wounded
at Kins' on and at Sapony Church ; dead.
Iankin. Geo W., died at Poirt Lookout
Apr a' 1-6 .
.igey, i Madd.et.o", sur rendered at
Poi t. Lookou.
!'mri I, l,ewis, Edgefield, transterred to
Shaley, Stui'!, Edgefield, wounded at
Masaam; surrendered at Apponiatto;.
Sealey, Andrew, Edgefield, surrendered
Shealey, Ephraim, Edgefield, died in ser
vice of disease at staunton, Va., 1862.
Shealey, Franklin, t.ransferred to 18th
Sheppard, Samuel C., surrendered at
Shull. Benj. R., Edge5eld, surrendered at
Snelgrove, Chel-ea C., Edgefield, dijed in
se vice of disease on 8.C. coastkMach,
Sligh, Jno. N., wounded at Sharpsburg ;
killed at Fort Steadman, Va., March 25,
Stockman, I. Belton, died in service of
disease at Wilmington, Feb. 1, 1863.
Thomas, Jno. S., Edgefield, died of dis
ease at home on furlough 1862.
Turner, Thos., Edgefield, died in service
of disease at Wilmington, May, 1863.
Waits, Bluford, surrendered at Point
Waits, Drayton. wounded at Kinston;
died at Point Lookout, April 22, 1865.
W-its, Sam'), discharged
Weris. D Hilird, surrendered at -.
Werts, 11 Middietoti, died at Point Look
out, May 15. 1865.
WertP, Henry, surrer.dered at Appomat
Wood Jas., surrendered at Appomattox.
Wi:e, Jno. A., muortal;y wounded at Ma
t:a t died at Warrenton, ,ept. 1862.
Wise, Jno. C,, ki:ed at Petersburg.
Persons finding any omissions or iuaccu
racies in above roll aili plase report same
at once to Henry S. Boozer, Prosperity,
The second lecture under the auspices
of the Y. M. C. A.. was delivered by
G. B. Cromer, Esq., Tuesday night.
The lecturer toog for his subject "Spo
ken English," and pointed out some of
the abuses that were frequently se.n
and heard in the use of the language.
We can notice only a few of the points
that were discussed.
We learn our language under many
difficulties. First we hear the "baby
talk;" and in childhood we are thrown
often with those who do not speak the
language correctly. Besides this there
is no uniformity in the pronunciation or
the grammar of the language. For
pronunciation he recommended Web
ster's Unabridged. For lear:ping the
language in its purity he reuwwended
the reading of such authors as Burke,
Milton, Macaulay and Carlyle.
Every one should be able tospeak his
language correctly. An early babit of
critical observation willrgreatly aid in
this. Let the dictionary be a constant
companion, and consult it in all cases
Men of eminence may disregard in
accuracies in small matters; hut ordi
pary ipdividuals cannot afford to do so.
While studying the best tithors do
not try to imitate their style: preserve
your individuality, and let your style be
To be able to write well one must
study simplicity and perspicuity; to
speak well, he mbst first have some
thing to say, and then know how to say
Avoid pedantry and slang.
The lecturer mentioned a few words
that were frequently pronounced wrong,
and giving the correct pronunciation:
Alumnii retains the i sotind; exquisite
has the accent on the first syllable;
patent is pa-tent, not pat-ent.
He also mentioned several incorrect
expressions. Never say a thing is
more perfect; nor that a thing is abso
lutely necessary. Equally as good
is wrong-leave out - the as. One
young lady bad a gorgeous time; ano
ther had a delicious time-such expres
sions are wrong. Do not say I
feel badly. Never say that a pre:
vious engagement will prevent, but
simply an engagement. An individual
is not a party. but a person. I had ra
ther go is incorrect; I should rather go
is cprrect. Do not sany, I taken, but, I
took. Say, differ fro, not with; cor
responds to, not with. It is preventive,
not preventative. Those molasses, or
these molasses, is incorrect: molasses
is always singular. Politics is, not are.
The lecture was well prepared, and
was listened to with plear-ure by the
audience, and no doubt with profit.
The above berried sketch doesn't do is
ustice. We hope that Mr. Cromer will
nsent to tha pttbhba:tion of th6 jeture
The Madison Square Company
Visited Newberry last week. Thurs
day night the Company platyed -'Hazel
Krke" to a rather small audience.
"Hazel Kirke" was played here by the
same company last March to a very full
hQuse. Triose who did no t feel a.ble to
go to see'"ffael )Kirke'i .nd ' Jgsmeral
da" both waited to see the latter. whicli
was entirely new here. We noticed a
few changes in the characters since
their last visit; Arthur Cirring'ford did
not do as wein a. [is predecea.; but
e was very unwell; the Pittacus Green
is an improvement. The play is a de
lightful one, and was thoroughly en
oed by the audiance,
Friday night the Company played
"Esmeralda" to a good house. 'The
scene is laid in North Carolina, where
Esmeralda Rogers and Dave Hardy,
devoted young lovers in humble sta
ton, are on the eve of being married,
we"the Rogers fargily beorae sud
denly rich, and the ambitious mother of
Esmeralda separates the lovers and
takes her daughter to Paris, where she
attempts to marry her to a Count. Dave
follows her. It turns out that the Ro
gerses are not as rich as they thought
they were; that Dave is "immensely
wealthy"-and the devoted young
hearts find a happy end to all their
troubles.' Jack Desmiond, as artist, and
his two oisters act ai very charming part
as friends of the lovers. The best char
acter of the play is Estabrook, by Mr.
F. M. Burbeck. The parts were all
well sustained, except that of Dave
Hardy. Mr. Arden, who assumes this
role, is entirely too maudlip in bis die
votion. The tears and groans and the
lugubrious affection indulged in by
Dave are neither natural nor manly.
And then there is a painful incongruity
toward the close of the play when Es
meralda appears a's the polished, re
fined woman and Dave as still the lub
berly,'uncouth yoth whose highest am
bition is to spend'his days with "Esure
ralday" in tbe little hut under the chest
nut tree in Western North Carolina.
We think he. misconceived his part. In
other respects the performance was ad
mirable, in all its Darts.
Petit Jurors for November Term, 1882.
Thos. W. Abrams, Jas. S. Spearian,
Jno. H. Wicker, Geo. T. Reid. Jno. D.
Hipp, Win. A. Reid, Jeff. D. Boozer,
Jas. D. Glenn. Jno. B. Fellers, Drayton
T. Livingston, Jimes B. Reagin, J!ohni
M. Glymph, Win. H. Bobb, A' Hamp.
Nichols, Alexander Reid, G. P. Werts,
S. J. Wood. H. C. Mosele.y, Fyobert
Parrott, Calvin K. Baker, James W.
Davis, Meredith Reighly, M. M. Cop
pock, W. Frank Kelly, J. L. Epting, A.
B. Cromer, Jno. B. Crooks, D. S. Man
gunm, Jno. G. Price. Jt-oh L. Fellers,
W. P. B. Harmon, Joo. C. Brown, W.
P. Koon, Bond Riser, R. T. Reagin, F.
Conrt begins the 5th Monday (30th)
of October. Judge Wallace will pre,
A Difficult Problemn solved.
The desire for stimulants is becominga
monstr.mus evil and bow to overcome it isa
erious question with reformers. Parker's
Ginger To,,ic fairly solves the difficui
problem. It invigorates body and mi.n
without intoxicating, and has brough1
health and happiness to many desolan
Taxable Property in Newberry County.
According to the assessment just
completed by the Auditor, the taxable
property in this County is as follows:
Real Property, - - $2.558.207
Personal Property, - - 1,382,635
C. & G. R. R., - - 450.935
Laurens R. R., - - - 54,000
Total, - - - $4,435,777
This is exclusive of polls.
The number of horses returned for
taxation in this County is 1,804, valued
at $101,035-average $56 a .head; the
number of mules and asses 2,654. val
ned at $159,685-average $60 a head;
the number of dogs 2,093, valued at
$10,465-$5 a bead.
FERRY P.O.. Feb. 1. 1882.
Capt. James F. Johnston, Charlotte. N.C.:
SIR-The 18 horse Bay State En
gine we bought of you last August is
doing well, and so far has given us
perfect satisfaction. It is all we want
to run a 48 inch saw. We run two 40
saw cotton gins with from 30 to 40
pounds of steam. We use from one
half to three-fourtbs of a cord of wood
per day. Yours truly,
R. R. HAYES & CO.
Mrs. Lowe, of Helena, left yesterday
for Columbia, where she will reside.
Mr. Jacob K. Schumpert celebrated
his seventy-fifth birthday Monday, 16th.
Mr. R. H. Greneker, of the News, has
been quite ill for several days past, but
Mr. Wm. Goldsmith, of Greenville,
is in town, stopping with his brother-in:
law Mr. J. S. Lair.
Dr. D. M. Crosson has gone to the
Medical University of Nashville, Tenn.,
to take a special course in surgery.
Mr. T. F. Graneker. of the HERALD,
is spending a few weeks in Charleston
for the benefit of the sea air. He writes
that his health is improving.
Various and all About.
Cotton was 9 1-2 yesterday.
Many peach taess 4re in bloom.
Mr. Geo. A. Langford saw frost Mon
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin advertises Pe
Armistrong's Minstrels Saturday night
at the Opera House.
Gen. Pope, who has been sick for
several days. is out again.
County Tre:snrer Whnoler is kept
pretty busy now receiving taxes.
farmers have never had a better sea
son for gathering their cotton than thie.
There were four hundred and five
bales of cotton sold in Newberry Satur
The straw hat holds its ground, and
the fall ulster is still wrapped in cam
Nervousness, debility, and exhausted
vitality cured by using Brown's Iron
Mr. Wp3. ftiuckney Trottsy ijed a,
his home in Edgefield County last week
A Union man was in Newberry. this
week to make arrangetpents for open
ing a dry goods stois.
The comet still shines forth brightly
in the early hours of the morning. It
now rises a little after 3.
A few persons in town and county
report light frosts Monday and Tuesday
mornings. Vegetation shows no inju
Ion. Whitljeld Walker, formerl~y of
Newberry, has been nominated by the
democrats of Duval County, Fla., for
See ad. of Langley Bros., Charleston,
who nanufacture Osnaburg Undershirts
and Drawers. Their goods can be re
lied on as first class.
The C. & G. R. R. is doing a big
freight business: it is running two
freight trains eaclh way. at niigh1 and
one each way in the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Moses
will have been married fifty years next
Monday, 23d. On that day they will
celebrate their golden wedding.
"This company is a very excellent
one indeed; in fact, it is superior mn
many respects to any of the kind that
has ever 'visited Charlbtte."-ChAaro/Ue
Rev. T. C. Ligon and Messrs. II. D.
Boozer and J. A. Mars have gone to
Abbeville to attend the S. C. Synod
(resbyterian), which popyened last
Thousands of families have had oc
casion to try the never failing qualities
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and they all
unite in the praise of this wonderful
A party of jay-hawkers were out
Monday night removing gtes and ap
setting bridges. $omne o, these chape
are going'to break into the jail or the
guard house the first thing they know.
In a sect.ion of Edgefield County, a
few miles beyond Saluda River, mala
rial fever of a very malignant type,
mupb resembling yeliggy fe1rer, preveils.
There have been several deaths'from it
Mr. Pat. J. Coleman has some of the
finest corn on Saluda R.iver that was
ever grown in this country. It is esti
mated that some of it will yield bet ween
seventy-five and one hundred bushels
If "Dave" had been caught loafing
round "Esmeralda's" apartmients.in the
condition he was represented on the
stage the Paris police would have taken
him in as a tramp and committed him
If the parties who occupy the gallery
at the Opera House have any regard
for their reputation they will stop eat.
ing peanuts during theatrical perform.
ances: strangers will mistake them for
mpembers of the Legislature.
Mr. D. W. Warre gathered three hun:
dred bushels of corn last weelt from less
than seven acres. is corn this year
was all good, and he says he has made
enough to last him two years, besidei
making about twelve bales of cotton tL
Doctor Hopkins, of Seneca City, hai
the smallest fishpond we ever heard of.
Our information is obtained from thi
Seneca Journcl, which says: -On lasi
Thursday Dr. Hopkins lipZed one of his
carp from his fish pond, which measurec
sonme 10 inches in length.'
The Debating Club decided, after
spirited discussion, Monday night tha
the tendencies of the dance are not im
moral. The question for debate nex
Monday night is, whether the propose<
Constitutional Amen4ment rela@g t<
the formation of new Counties $houL
The behavior of some parties in the
gallery of the Opera House Friday night _
was intolerablv had. Such lond yell
ing-as was indulged in by *uwe miigl t
do in a circus, when the "Queen of the
Arena." in abbreviated draperv. bal
ances ius Au uu Liu L.uc .,.;a Uf .. Cali
co horse on one foot and with the other as
measures the altitude of the moon; but
in a theatre the audience is expected to
express its ap:reval ih. - milder and
less boistorous way. lic
"Arnstrong- Minstrels drew ., pack- s
ed house la:-t night, it being Lheir first gjc
appearance in Angusta. That the au- SU
dicnce was highly delighted was rnani- IH
fest from the rounds of applause which les
greeted the players from first to last. bo
There is some splendid talent connected an
with the show, and the entertainment gr
furnished gave the best satisfaction.
They went from here to Savannah. and to
wherever they may exhibit we can "'
promise the listeners a splendid enter-'
tainment."-Augusta Evening News. a
The Colimbia Register says: "Frank
Phillips, alias 'Skillet,' was turned over
to a Trial Justice charged with stealing
brass from the South Carolina Railroad S
car yard." If the Trial Justice was
charged with stealing brass he was not
the proper party to be intrusted with
"Skillet." What kind of Trial Justices Ge
do they have - in Columbia anyhow ?
The Trial Justices in Newberry have
brass enough of their own without hav
ing to steal any. And even if they lic
didn't have any and wanted some ever t,e,
so much they wouldn't steal it. 1s1
Ladies wishitig a perfume tip t tonzbines n
noyelry, deligacy and richn"s, find Flores- an<
ton Cologne entirely satisactory. Sit
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. 18, 1882. one
Ordinary...... .................... a dal
Good Ordinary..................... a
Low Middling..... ...... 9 a 9} n
Middling ....................... 9#a 91 sut
Good Middling ..................... .a
Newberry Prices Current. 8
By J. N. MARTEIN & CO. Ro
Shoulders, Prime New...... a le
Sides, C. E.,Ne............ a17 ber
DRY SALTEb MEATS- all
Shoulders. New.............. 10 anc
Sides, C. E., New........... .a 17
Sides, Long Clear...........al1 Ne
Uncauv:aed tLan.... . 1 O,
Cas.vassed Harps, (Magnolia) 20 les
LenP, in Tierces .............IS Aw
Leaf, in Buckets.............i ed,
Powdered.................... 16 He
Crushed.......... . -.... Ha
Granulated Standard..... ..Fe
CoeC-............. 10 t
Ne Ola.s. - 10 mc
New Orleans Syru . 8 f
New Orleans 3Colasses. 50 pr
Cuba Molasses. 0
TA Sugar House Molasses. J09
Yellow....................:.. 10 t
ALLSPICE O..e.................. 20
PEPPER ai..................... 25
Roasted or Parched.. 5. 85
BestR o.................... 20a
oo4Rio ................V0 D.
PEP En........................2513 be
Go..........,...,,....... 0 D
CiderH.... nega.......... 50 21
STA hitD e Wine..inegar...65 .I
U Intd................2 i
BA RLY.................. 5h
SOANGLIS ...............-a10 P
ALE GRASE................ 10 kn
FLOB ...................01.60 h b
PAILS(0% keg..............4. Tb
BANG-Hea...-....... ....... .o
CEOEATE L.E...,..... .. oif
TAMYTR GRAYE...............1 by
TOBACCO..-........ ......:....l6a 1.25 by
SPLITE WHEAES......... 1EST be:
EC LE S E-pe 1 P.... 206$
(lED 0tln S-ie r by ............. fr 5a u -
WA T, p~ber bfr.... ....;:.116 5t
ChoiThe orel rm for gettingu C up H
Teb "Cors boe Pila te;" he-enp orin
Quart Alum Era Coyoferment has
ChoicesOf' PreAZINs fort est an Claps
Te "h'st laysBfoe I ie mob o
Phrepatson nAblzs its propretort a dis 18c
tance all competition. In short it has the TS
BEST STEEL ENGEAVINGS.
BEST COLORED F4SlICNS,
JE ESS -PATERNS
BES WORK-TABLE (1AT7ERNS, to
BEST ORIGINAL STORIES, mc
.BEST ILLUSTEATIONS,EtW- at
The storias, novelets, &c., in "Peterson" are d
admitted to be the beat published. AllItbe most
poular female writers contribute to It. In pre
,83 about 100 origInal stories will be gIven, Pui
and in addition Sri COPYaIGHT Nov3z.ETs, b
Ann S. Stephens, Frank Lee Bene ~,Jane.
Austin, ". sAb llen'.s Wire " A 1pe1 -.
jy feitrson ,'ras ads ok, is its apien
didly ilustrated articles, and especially Its
COLORED STEEL F&SHION PLATE
engraved on steel, TwIcE THU SrzE ow AZ.L
ot'uzxs, and superbly colored. Also, Household,
-Cookery, and other receipts; articles on Art Em
broidery, Flowver Culture, House DecoratIon- go
in short ever:ything interesting to ladies, hol
TEaMs (Always in Advance) $2.00 Ah TzAn the
Q"'%naralleled 4Qhr to Clubs. 44 isi
2 CopIesforP8.50; 3 Copies forP 640; With
the unparalleled steel-engraving. "Christ Be- m
fore Piate." or a handsome PKOTOGaAPH, Prc
TourIr., or Qu.AaTo AL,DUX, for getting up the Vi
4 Copies for 66.50; 6 CopIes for 69.00; with he
an extra copy of teMagazine for 1883, as a h
premium, to the prson geting upthe Clqly, of
5 Copies for $800 7 Co 3to 10.60;
both an extra Lopy ef.the Magazin'e fer-186
andthe lai-ge steel.1er-graving, or either of the.
Albums, to the person getting up the Club.
For Larger Clubs Still Greater Inducements!
Address, ,LES J.d PETRO
306 Chestnut St., Philadelpia, a.
W Specimens sent gratis, If written for, to,
get up clubs with. g. 12, d-t$.
THE SUMTER ADVANCE, o
Published at Sum.ter, S. (., by Nt
DAEE & PAR3IELER, an
Two practical printers; the former having Pt
published the first daily newspaper issued in an
Columll'a, over thIrty years ago, being W,lt- so
knownb all its citizens. 'p
THE SU1TEPt ADVANICE is the best Ad- Iai
vesiig'thixdium in the County for 1Mer- g
chants and other business men.
Subscription only $1.50 per year.
Address DARE & PARMELEE,
ISep. 14, 37-tf Sumter, S. C. -
Passengers on both she up and dowg.
trains have the usual time for DINNER at w
SAlston, theljunction of the G, 4 C'.. , he
Iand te S.. 4 . S. . on
Fare well prepared, and the cha e rea. ti
s onable. MBS. N. A. El 'S
Oct 9, A1-ef.
)c?. 5, 40-6m. -
a position as Assistant Teaches, or Prin
al of a. Free School, by a lady holding a
si Grade Certificate. Inquire ci
iept. 28, 89-if.
BALSAMM BFSARK'S OIL
iively Restates the Hesring, andl is the
3nlyAOsmita Care for DshKEnwn,
his Oil is abstracted from peceniar spe- -
a of small Wrra Swamr. canght in the
low Sea. known as C' ARCH AnnDO BON
.ErI. Every Chinese fisherman knowa
Its virtnes as a restorative ofbein
re discovered by aBuddhist*sabu
year 1410. Its cntes were so nmerous
I manysoem 7 irannao, that the, -
metiy was o~lU rcaimed .over the
Ire ?pIE . tsieebeeamne.o aniversat
t for o.ve300 years no na fties has e:r
d anong the Chinese pol.sens,
5prepaid, to any address at P00 per
~ar What the Deaf Say ?
has performed a miracle in my case,
have no unearthly noises in ny head
I hear much better.
have been greatly benete1
Ey deafness helpe a great deal-tin)
Gther bottle ir1m Oare mne.
(t virtues are UNQUESTIoNLABLE and ita
LTAVTI CHLAnCrER AssoLUTR, As Tus
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mee to liArLoCK h Jigorz.2Dey&Sreet,
v York, enclosiu l.%and you will re
re by reura reeythat will enable
I to )lear Ukanybody else, and whose
~ve eflets will Oe permanent. Yon
never rertdoing so."-EDrroR OP
W- To avoid lossin the Maills please send
ney bEGIsTERED LErran.
nly Imported by
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(Late UATLocK & Co.)
7 Dey St., New York,
,M AGENTS PoR AMERICA. JUn. 8, 23-ly
:ire Facias on Recogni
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
STATE OF SOUTH G3ROLNA. 4
all and singular the Sheriffs of the sardt
~Thereas, John P. S.ttterwhite, Kiid4 s
terwhite and J. Franklin -Wheeler, lately
ered into.Recognizsnce, to wit: on the
th day ot May, A. D. 1881, in the euma
ane thousand dollars, conditioned that
said John P. Satterwhite would appear
he Court of General Sessions, for the
unty of Newberry, at Newberry Court
uwe, the usual place of judiesture, on
first Monday in Junie. A. D). 1881, then
there to abide the jadgmenat of the Su
mue Conrt of this :sate upon his (the
I John P. Satterwhite's) appeal, and not.
depart without leave of sai-i Court,
~ch said Recognir.ance bas not been dis
Lrged. And now It is said that the said
-ogniaance has been forfeited, for that
said John P. Satterwhite failed to ap
Lt as therein bound to do.
hese are, therefore, to command you in
name of the State, that you summon
said John P. Satterwhite, Kiwte Satter
ite and J1. Franklin Wheeler, personally
be anad appear before the Court of Gene
Sessions, to be holden on the first Mon
y after the fourth Monday in October
at, at Newberry Court House, to show
ise, if any they have, why the said Re
gniz-ince should not be estreated and ad
Iged to be forfeited, Judgment be cou
ned and execution issued against them, I
rsuant to the Act of the General Assess
In thn ecase made and provided.
itness, E. P. Chalmers, Esq., Clerk of the
saidCouri, at Newberry Coart Hoose,
the nineteenth day of September, in
s.] the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-two, and
in the one hundred and seventh year
of the Sovereignty and Indel.endene
of the United States of America.
D. B. DUNCAN, Solicitor.
E. 1. CHATME.R.S Clerk.
the above named John P. Satterwhite
and Kittie Satterwhite.
Take notice that theSeire Facias as above
t forth, was fled in the oiceeof teClerk
'the Court of General Sessions for New
rry County, State of South Carolina, on -
e 20thday of September, A.D. 1889.
D. R. DUNCAN, Soliciser.
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA- :
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN (olMON P'LEAS.
nes B. Clary, Adm'r., vs Sau'l R. Reed
er and others.
By order of the Court, I till sell, at pub- '
outey, bwfore the Court House at New,
-ry, on the First Monday in November,
12. all that tract or plantation of land I
ate in the County of Newberry and
,te of South Carolina, containing Three y
ndred and Thirty-seven Acres, more or
t, known as the Farrow Tract, and
inded by lands of Elizab.-th A. Hi^_ins
I other lands of the estate of F. I. Hig- r
s and others.
r'aas-The purchaser. will be required;
pay it, cash one-half of the purch,s,
ney. and to secure the balance, payable
twelve months, with interest from the
.of sale, by a bond and mortgage of the
,perty sold. and to pay for conveyance.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master. .
daster's Office, 2 Oct., 1882 40-5t F
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
3. S. Mower, Trustee, vs. Alvin L. Snead
and others. p
3y order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
outcry. before the Court House at New.
ry, on the First Motday in November.
2, all that lot of land in the town or
aberry, in tho County and State afore
1, containing One fourth of an Acre,
re or less, fronting on Caldweil Street,
I bounded by lots of J. J. Carrington and
reon Young. and by an alley which sep.
tea it from the Hoge cihool House lot. C
.axs-The purchaser will be required
pay one-half of the purchase money in
h, and to secure the balance payable In
and'two years, with intere:-t from the
of sale, by bond and ti;rtgag- of the C
perty sold- with leave to pay the whole
n in cash Purchaser to pay o'or papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
faster's Office, 3 Oct., 1882. 40-St
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
[N COMMON PLEAS.
tanna M. Caldwell, vs. Jno. 0. Wilson,
ly order of the Court, I will sell, at pub. -
outcry, before the Court House at New
ry, on the first Monday in Nov., 3882, a
that tract or plantation of land lying
I being and situate in the County of
wherry and State afores;id, An the '
:ers of Cannon Cr,ek, and containing
a Hund.re4 aUd Fifty-or-e Acres, more er
i, and bounded by lands of John Living
n, estate of Hon. Job Johnstone, deceas
Samuel W. Cannon, and by lands -for- .
rly belanging to the estate of Taplow
rris, deceased, and by the Ashford
'zak-Tbe purchaser will be required
pay to cash one-half of the purchase
ney, and to secure the balance payable
welve months, with interest from day (
tale, by bond and a mortgage of the =
mises-with leave to pay all in cash.
SILA8 JOHNSTONE, Master.
faster's Office, 2 Oct., 1882. 40-3t
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, .
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.- lp
IN COMMQN ]i'jAS.
B. Wheeler vs. H. B. Scott and others. .
sy order of the Court, I will sell, at pub.
outcry, before the Court House at New
ry, on the First Monda.y sq November,
12, of the geo ewty ~of the Defendant,
nixa Scott, all hose two certain lots or
cels of land, in the Town of Newberry. Fee
the County and State aforead. One
>wn as lot No. 8, ",,atalning Afty.two- 2
idredts of as acre, more or less, and oe
known as lot No. 8, containing one- Y
b of an acre, more or lees, adjoiming each t
er,.and bounded by Greenwood Street, we:
I by Iota formerly owned by Jas. 0. Lea- th
Sampson Robertson, and other-s, and 2
the Greenville & Columbia Rail Road. i
ase lots are a part of the Hayes lot, agdtb
epresented by a p1at matte by P. Wyer- ch
,Jr., re'or4ed 'A fee o~c of Register bot
lfegae vonveyance for ,ewherry..
7ksas-The porchaser will be required
pay'ln cash one-third of the purchase I'
noy, and to secure the balance payable I
twelve months, with interest froem the an
of sale, by 'bond and mortgage ox the y
mises, and to insure the buildings there- an<
and assign theplicy to the Master.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master- cm
faster's Office, 2 Oct., 188). 40-St. W
ATE 4FI SQOJTH CAROLINA, e
DUNT2 OF NEWBERRY.- *$
[N COMMON PLEAS.
ary Y. Setzler and ot. vs. teorge ~
Ig. Set;ier ard''others, mc
ly order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
outcry, before the Court House at New
ry, on the First Monday in Novemiber,
9., all that tract of land situate in gaid *'
mnty and State, of which Sata Setaler
d seized and possess.ed, enntaining For ty ~
-es, more o.; less, and bounded by lanes
ab Setaler, Thomas Suber, Walter
mnte and Thomas Wicker.
'taxi-The purchaser will be required
pay in cash one-half of the purchase
ney, and to secure the balance payable
twelve mouths, with interest fromn the
'of sale, by bond and mortgage of ti.e To
perty sold, with leaye to pay all cash.
-chaser to pay fac Oonveyance,
-SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master. Sat
laster's Office, 2 Oct., 1882. 40-8t ent
tanal Meeting of the CoIDty ti
fotice is hereby given that the Gonnty Ho
inmissioners for Newberry County will the
'I their aangjal meeting at their office in an'
Court House, on Tuesday, Nov. 7lth, pt-e
tIl persons holding bills, accounts or de- to
nds of any kind against thia County whi
ich have not been before presented to cha
Board of Cent ty Commissioners, are -Re
eby required to deposit the same with the
'undersigne4 on or before the first day pe
F. WERBER, Ja., thi
3ep. 28, 88 - 5t. Clerk. the
sews copy 6r.w
[ will sell at private sa> a plantationt.
Three Hundred and Forty (840) Acres, 31n
wre or less, lying in Township No. 8 of r
wherry County, near Beaverdam Creek, P
d bounded by lands of Mrs. Thos. M.b
ysinger, F. Wet-bet-, Sr., I. H. BouiwareW
d Dr. D. A. Cannon. The land will be
ld in , body or divided into tracts to suit
rchasers Further information as to said [
ad can be obtained from my brothers Jno.
Goggans and Jas. K. P. Goggans.
ELiZABETH S. HERBERT.
Aug. 24, 34-tf.
Growing Sugar Cane and in need of
QANE MILLS AND EVAPORA TOES,
Lil find it to their interest to caill on me se
tfore mnaking purchases, as I am agent for of
te of the cheapest and best Factories in b<
e country. ti
S. P. BOOZER.
July 19, 29-4t,