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'. NOrmat'i Neutralizinp Cordial
wll v nterai al these troubles. it
allays infamwatitin arising from cold
and restores the bowels to their normal
Mr. John Thompson proposes to
take any number of persons, ladies and
geutlemen, around the world, on Sat
urdy: night, in a couploof hours, for
the-small,pam of 50 and 75 cents, and
pronMes moreover to keep every one
whosakes the trip in a roar of laugh
ter. The voyage will be all overland,
and no seasickness will result. He is
a world renowned comedian and will
do allhe primisee. No lunches or
gPbers allewed, the fan being con
ideredsfBcient food. See'ad.
The Ni i6ry .ws
Oar neighbor, the News, entered upon
its sixth year last week, brighter and
newsiserthan ever before. The editors
say thatthe.intend to make it a success,
and we'wisb them a prosperous year.
[n addition to the merits that have al
ready won for the Hews, the steadfast
frendhip mn?d favor of its many readers
it has sounred the servioes of G. G.
Bale, F q., as associate editor. Mr.
Sale is a 'lear thinker and a good
writer, and his merits as an editor will
qon be asknowledged by the readers of
On 1ssd aegrolad ofsome.fif
teen ar was peckedin a bale of
Doen, st-Mr. Irby',aboottwe miles
ihne2 ,I# Ppears that the
Wor a* ' u gabout 200
pa o:aotto i'the praW'weat- to
dimr, and tiar te boy feH, asleep In
he :e wcrkmes returned.
ed' isbedaag the hile, wkbout
kso'wtaay-thing. of the barrible
ragedy tbeo were performing. When
th press was opened. a pleCe of the
by's coat b sti t frot the mid
Sof te showed fis _heRe
O Weeedayv night, the dE Mr.:W.
H. Ram eur'sstore at the'Tucker.Ferry
on noree river, was burnt. withaeRits
ontents. Te total lisof gooda, csh,
books and aoemts, is estimaed 1it
t,500;the stoek otggod1was :napred
for $i,000. The building wis worth
about $0; .inesranee 25. Mr.
Rsaarn was in Worth Carona af the.
time atidthe diding was unocopied
Itis believed thatethe store was first
robbed andtbenaiet o fire, as wosa of
bsilver on left i~the desk by Mr.
Raseur, ceuld be discovered in the
Saleof.he Gary Real-Etate.
F4geield - Adoiser 1 Thus
day ys; 'On Monday last certain
of land belonging to the estate of
. M: W. Gary were sold by Maj.
sexieotor. The Lanham
act on Horn's Creek, 565 acres, was
bght by the Hon. T. D. TiHlman, for
4500. A-tract in rear;of Gen. Gary's
homestead, on the etskirts of our town.
37. 1-2 acres, was'heught by Mr. L. H.
MeCAllough, for 550. Law office No.
2-Gen. Gary's,ameeo ini his lifetime
was bought by C)apt. F. L. Smith. for
S$55. O0fice No. S wan -hought b~y Mr.
F. . Wardlaw, for *805.".
Mr. James F. Kilgore and family
have moved to Helena; and.Mr. W.
T. Wright. with his family has moved
into the Webb. house.
Mr. JTas. Glenn. has moved to Helena.
- Mr, Milledge Lipscomib and his wife,
after spending a'few days at Mrs.
Mott's returned home, on Monday,
accompanied by Miss Caro Motte.
Senator Callison of Edgefleld. spent
Monday night in town. (His ~Isit had
no political signficance.)
On Monday, Maj L. J. Jones, was
thrown from his hrse, which was
frightened by a dog. We are glad to
say that he was not, injured by the fall.
The Rev. Manning Brown. arrived
on Friday last and took possession of
the Parsonage. Ie will begin his work
Dr. John'W. Comly, of Ohio, is at
th. Newberry HoteL
Our Colored Teachers, -
On Friday the 5th, fourteen colored
men and women wero examined by
Messrs. Mower and Werber. Of the
fourten, one applied for a third grad.
to, three for seeen.d grade eer
andthe rest, first grade.
were, to coimnend .the
jd esr regard to the at
tainenta, ef ltary applcat
whese eschnate of DII.(did no go
abeathrd1I- bat we
a second grade certifieate adt~
seemed to be the-eYIdencPe of a4F
udgment, was in hi. case the reult ol
Ourcolredteachers have agither
but, when we roobiha t.
been taught by thacbers oftiow eirdea
the wonder Is thiat they hale gone any
length towad proficiency. Anda
most of ouroeolored sohools aremmebh
to secure the talents of whlte-teaceer
or eduaede ctored teacbers, they de
ell to get the services of sueh met
and women as were en exmlnatior
Frank LeslIe's 5unday Magazine.
TIle February'aumber is promptly oi
our table, with its usual manmfold-at
trtions-litrary and artistic. Amonj
the prominent articles are; "Whispei
ers," by the Editor, Rev. T eit
almage; a continiuatIon of Do Ieon'
Ameriean Pilgrimr in Palestine,
mof the most interesting magasmn
we have ever read; a continus
also of '-Bellgons Denomination
the United States-What is Congre
alism?" by Rev. Dr. Tarbox;
Hervey treats of Beethboven, on
~the -Sacred Musicians of the Nint
tury," etc., etc. In the departmer
fiton ' Justie Warren'sUn)ughter
Wbed and Wanting" are cor
Hna Thayer. Helen Wv
,Mrs..Alexanmder and other poI
w -tes otribute short, store
essay, etc. There are son
- poms many of them beant
'ailstrate'd aind in the BHeme Po
a cbarnetoristic sorssion by D
- -Hopitiity;" We can o1
g erito the abundance
things. in this number, *liich
yembellished. . Single copi
For February is such a beautifll sumbe
that maar persons will think It even botb
thian the January one. The principal stee
plate, '-Going to Sebool," is especialy ca
lug; and "Two Little Pussies," printed o
tiat, is only less so. Then there are fon
colored designs in embroidery for D'Oyleys
at,d double size colored steel fashion-piates
a beautifully illustrated story; and abon
fifty other embellishments, The "Profes"lon
at Beauty." by Frank Lee Benedict, is con
tinned, with nereeiing. interest. But tb
most strikinig Mer.- in the nauabers.oue e
the mor. strikiu we bave read for a lon
while, is "Tie Snake Charmer." This, 1ik
all the other stories in "Peterson," is origi
r,al and by an American author: a fact tha
can be said of hardly any other of the month
lies. The pri.;e of this magazine is but tw
dollars a year. with great deductions t
edabs, so that every lady can afford to sub
scribe to it; and certainly no family outgb
Ito be without it. Its enormous circulation
in which, we believe, it excels all the othe
lady's books combined, can alone explai
why so splendid a magazine can be far
nished at so low a price. Now, by-tbe-by
is the very time to subscribe for the ne
year. Specimens are sent grads to thos
wishing to subscribe, or to get up clubs; ani
especially handsome premiums are givet
for getting up clubs. Address. Peterson'
Magaaine, 306 Chesunt Sr., Philadelphia.
Oar littl" burgh has been enjoying
itself to the full extent of its ability
considering the rain and mad. Christ
was has passed and New Year is a
thing of the past together with all it
good rescintions I am afraid.
The Prosperity Dramatic Club gave
Its fifth annual exhibition Friday nigh
Jan. 5. It consisted of a Farce, Advice
Gratis. wbicb was well received, togeth
er with a Comedietta. Off the Stage
Owing to the rainy weather they were
not greeted by as full a house as usua
but I think a more appreciative audi.
.eone never assembled in our town
There is son,e talk of their repeating
this exhibition In the near future
(notice of which will be given.) The
ara to go to the Prosperit
School for the purpose of erectini
Pro. W. C. Benet,-of Abbeville, ad
dressed the students and patrons of bit
school just before the holiday vacation
on the saj,ect of -location. His ad
dress was excellent and was very high
ly spoken of by tfiose competent t<
judge. We hope he niay come again
There was a meeting of the young
men or rather eitisens of the' Town
held last night, and the Prosperity Do
bating Society was reorganized wiLl
.Mr. A. G. Wip, as President; Jas. S.
Perin, V. r.; J. C. Cork, See.
There-Is a wide field open to the
young men of thia place now. and w
hope they will avail themselves of thi
oppotuhy to improve their iinds
This is a step in the right direction ant
we hope to see them continue to step
The population of our town is on the
increase, :ts" there were no lem thnn
four babies born in and in the imae
diate vicinity of our town, for the first
week of the new year. ending wet Sun
day. How Is this. for babies? Whc
can beat us.
Rev. Joe. E. Bushnell has aceeptei
a- call from Grace and Mt. Pilgria
Churches and has entered upon hi
duties as pastor. H.
Various and all About.
Did you say mod ?
J. C. T.. yes, send it along.
It rained in the Country last week.
.The Opera House is still standing.
A few more planks needed to place
on the crossings.
Come and get a calender for 1B83
They are free, gratis for nothing.
Rev. Professor Holland preached ii
the Methodist Church Sunday night.
The county roads are now in a fear
Hash is quite popular now as an ar
tie of diet, you see the beef is tough.
The horses, mules sad footmen tha
travel now have a soft thing of it.
The roads are no worse than the:
were in the winter of 1880-81!
The horses'and mules in use now ar<
The roads will get better next! sum
A friend to the rich and poor. .J
medicine that strengthens and heals, i
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Get your Blank Books and memoran
dans from the HERALD Book Store,
large variety on hand.
-Miller's Planters' Almanacs just re
ceived and for sale at the HERAI.
Book Store.- Price ten cents. tf.
There was a gleam of sunshine, las
Saturday, but they say the sun can'
help shining on Saturday.
The Country was not able to come th
town last week so trade was dull, an<
Last Tuesday night "it snew, and i
blew. and then friz"; but yesterdal
ug was clear and crisp.
Monday. two brothers, Rile:
SnnI - derson Simpson (col
ori Jno. Neel's place.
Capt. ohn Ale oprietor o
the Congaree Iron Wo * laid n
nader obligations by sendin
Iof the Melbourne Australaan. co
N. -better time than now for a su
scripton to the Newberry HERAu. an
nothing will as readily reflect credit a
Stationery is going off cheap at ti
HEALD Book Store. A few holide
articles still on hand. Become hapi
Iby buying them.
The HERAa. is now nineteen.yen
f age, and ctpable of taking care
Sitself, provided a sufficent number
Spaid up subscribers are on its books.
We earnestly ask all persons indel
ed to us either on Subscription or a
vertising accounts to call and settl
+"Settled by Cash" gives a good appoi
ane to our hooks.
A wan is wiser for his learning, a
bthe sooner he learns that.the only pl
itper way to cure a Cough or Cold, is
' se Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the bet
'Next Saturday and Sunday embra
'the first Quarterly Conference of t
"year of the Methodist Church. E
SW. ID. Kirkland will preside. A I
meting .of the omoical members IS a
r. ofor Sat r night.
~Messrs. D. Mi. Ferry & Co., Seedi
Sof Detroit, Mich., haTe our thanks
a sveral packets of flower and vegt
es ble seed. 'Their card appears in
,HKnnn and we advise all in wan
5 god eed tosend thr odey tb
Mrs. Kelley -& Prcell, manal
atof the" cash StomsofDWCFlynaU,
.oet this week withlnau,hi Ir
jao,i=emO3ts whilh is calmited
- e bi t
It to be hoped that there is not one
fotchimney in town. If there is. the
r owner has neglected a most favorable
ap rtunity for burning it out. Sooty
chi neys should be cleaned out in
r rainy weether, so as to insure the town
agaipst danger from them in dry
Tbe Columbia correspondent of the
News' and Courier says that Governor
Tbompson has appointed J. M. Thom
ramon-Tral Josticte for Newberry Coun
ty. -:We do not know Mr. Thomason.
andlit is possible that there is an error
in the name.
e Trial Justice, at Pomaria, uses
the lrm of marriage ceremony found
in the Letheran Book of Worship. This
giv his marriage ceremonies a kind
of jivico-religious complexion, he being
a ciil officer.
THE MOST RELIABLE AGENT
for destroyingandexpelling worms from
children and adults is Shriner's Indian
Vermifuge, 25 cents a bottle. Try it.
Every bottle guaranteed to give satis
fiCtion. For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
A Plague Strieken Town.
Smallpox Epidemic in Salem, Va.-Bmenoke
College Clsd-Businem Suspended.
LYNCHBURG, VA., January 8.
Smallpox is raging at Salem, Roanoke
County, thirty cases having already
been reported. The towns of Roa
noke and Whytheville have quaran
tined against Salem, and other south.
western towns are considering the
question of doing likewise. Roanoke
College has suspended and the stu
dents have gone home. The public
schools have also closed and business
is at a standstill.
The Treasurer of Tennessee is a de.
faulter to the amount of $400.000.
NsWsara C. H., S. C., Jan. 6 1883
List of advertised letters for week ending
Abrams, Miss Jenny Johnston, L C.
Abrams, Edwin 1iay6eld, W. D.
Brown, Mrs. Metrit Mitchell, Mrs. Rachel
Franklin,'D. B. (2) Wilson. D, Q.
Parties eatlingfor letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE. P. U.
December 24th, at. the residence of the
bride's mother, by Rev. Jas. Y. Fair,
CnarLs M. SuLIVAa, ,eq.. to Miss
Anan J. WATTS, yonagest cild of Mrs.
E. C. Watts, audJehn Watts. REq., deceased.
NawsERRT, S. C., Jan. 11, 1883.
Ordinary...... .................... a
Good Ordinary.. ..............
Low Middling............. 8i
Middling ......................... - a 9
Good Middling..................... a 9t
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... a
Shoulders suga Cared....
Sie,C. ., Btew........... 22
H,Y A.LE- ET
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 16
Leaf, in Tierces............. 15
leaf, in Buckets.......... .16
- - Powidered................. 16
Coffee. C..................... 1G
New Orleans Syrup, nevw orep 90
New Orleans Molrases. 60
Sugar H ouse Molasses. 40
R oasted or Parched... 20 -
' Best io.............. I5a
Good Ri.............. Is
OR- White Wine VInegar.. 66
1OP.......................... Se 10
STARCH:.................... 6a 12
STAE CANDLES................ 15
FLOUE, er bb1.......... .......Oa 9.00
CONCkNTRA'rED LYE..... . 1
ENGLISH SODA. . ........... 10
HOESFOED'S BANG POWDER 25
F SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 36
AILE GREA8E.............. .. 10
ARROW TIES, e bunch............. 260
pSPLICED ARRW TIES.........1 25
RED CLO EESEED-perlb....... 20
RED OAX......b........... 40.40
WHET,L peHb.....................17 5
BRAN, per 100 lbs.............1
-T. D. DAWKINS,
d Hote Saloon,
ptons an spectfully inform my former
having estabbJ ttlemen generally that,
e berry Hotel, with elf under the New
7Gantt, every effort wil e.of Maur>ce
y comfort of my customers. A46 for the
Mar. It0, 1882.
of on 30iJAR A YEAR.
Ora MonTar.Y ls ai t5lidevoted to ges
eral and religlcas redn. Its contains 2
r* double column pae,and every endeavor wil
d- be made to w..R orth the mony.
haiinclined pesnshould sub
e scribelo it, as teentire sbrip s devote
rto the spotof heorphans Inthe
of Clno8. C. ywhoa all the work upon
Id is done. Iis careful edited and is worth ti
rceasked for It. Wilnot the friendseof ti
o ~d~alist of sers foruas an
r Ahmlscipin should be sent at once to tU
editor and publisher
ce Oct. 20, 42-t. Clinton.8 C.
11s -BLOTTER TABLETS.
,k- BLOTTER TABLETS.
for PACKET NOTE,
ta- AND LETTER SIZE
- a aiM
DrV Goods ad e wO.O
'Bn . CIe&o.
We C.-t.." p', as'ire in ildorning our
friend, H d . p-&lie g.nerai y. t:;e. we
are pn.: 1.bLisi 5t.sonf TO EXIll3IT A
LARGER AND MORE ATRACT1VE
Than we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE, al
though every day we are making new- ad.
ditions which will be kept up through the
Plaids and Stripes,
Black Dre>s Silk,
Black Trimming Silk,
Colored Trimming Silk,
Black Brocade Silk.
Coluted Brocade Silk,
We invite special attention to our
Gents' Fnr2ishing Department,
which is now complet--.
Polie end courteous atten,io n given to
every visitor.'wheth,er purcham'er or not.
Whena visiting the City don't fail to cafl
and see us...
Sep. 7. 36-tf.
Er THE OWaEST ANDl BES T L48J
UNEQUALED PREMIUES FOR 1588!
e- The principal premium for getting up
elubs for 183wil be a saiperk stee!-engraving
(size 27 inches by 20) for namiing, after Xun
eaksy's world-renowned picture, "Chrlst Before
Pilate,'' for which the French Government has
jus psl10uI00ucs. No such premium was
Choice oftPrinms for Getting up Clubs:
The, "Christ Before Pilate;" Photora h or
Quurto Album; Extra Copy of Mgzn
PULL-SIZE PAPER PATEBIS!
Pmrzsoz's XiGizjzn Is the best and cept
et of the lady' books It gives more forte
m neyandhc a eh rela rts tand a,
limhed reptation enables Its prvpretorb dis
tanes all Competition. In short It has the
BEST STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
BEST COLORED FA$HIONS.
BEST DE88 PATfERNS,
BEST WORK-TABLE PATTEENS,
BEST ORIGINAL STORIES,
admte to be the bepubihd Althe mos
Slar female writers contrabate. to It. Ia
about 1030 origIal,'afiorlea will begvm
and in addition Brx Coirz 'NoVsr.rs,
Ann S. Stephens, Frank Lee Benediet, Jane.
Austin, "Josiah Allen's Wife "ete. A specil
tyofPeterson "aaayuioI, s pen
COLRED If3EL PiamoU PrA'T
oaadm prbyclrd Also, oaeo
Cookery, and ohrzsep; artioles on Artim.n
broldery, Flower Cuts~ HouseDecoratin
In short everything interesting to ladies.
Tuaxe (Always in Adranse) 62.00k YnAs.
&wUaparaBled Ofibrs to Clubs~. a
2 Copiesfor6O 8 Copies for $t50; With
thest eel-nraig, "Christ Be
fore*"dSrma PBoroGaArH, Pro
TnAL or QUAJTo AL.aUX, for getting up the
i Copies for 86.80; 6C les for g9.00; with
an extra sopy of the Maaiefor 1888, as a
5Copies for 88.0;7CIe for 61.0; wIth
both an extra coyof th agauine for 1888,
and the large sti-engraving, or either of the
Albums, to the person getting up the Club.
Per Liarger Clubs still reater Inducemental
Address, 'HAILES J. PETERSON,
306 Chestant St. PhiladelphIa, Pa.
S~ecimens sent gratis, If written for, to
D ri*er, S.C., by
ITwo practical priute
pblished the Srst daily erain
ilambia, over thirty years.
known by all its citizen;. eH
THE SUMTER ADVANCE latte l
Svertising medium in the County for
chants and other business men.
SSubscription only 61 Ct per year.
gAddress . DARM & PAIiEJE;
Sep.14,37-tf - Sumter,S. C
. -Pssengers on both the up -and dowr
trains.have the usual time rfor DINNER *
AIston, ihejunction ol-ihe G. C. R. R.
antie S. U. & C. R. R.
-Fare well prepared, and thie cbba lea
eonable. MES: . LA.E INS.
*: Oct. E, 41 .f. C% O
4COLUMBIA,4 C .
- amveoto'ioa' doors next to
gA est'ok of uir. Medic1nes, OChe
sl,Peafumerlis Tofles ArticlesrGarde
ai ise- Seedd, 41jsyia tore andi
WILCOX, GIBBS & CU'S MA i Pi. A-9. GUANU,
WILCOX, Gim = eO.'s SUP EI91
Are acknowledb everybody to he the Bssr LuzS 9i n tue an i ric oi" l
, On reasonable terms on enit, with Cte Option, o
wh.cox, cO, & t
A s. their A gents throughout the C ountry.
fTHE PEOrLE OF lE
AND ADJOININC COUNTIFS
DECLARED AN D DECID E
BY THE DEMOCRAT/C AND REP/BLICAN P1A
--THAT UNDER THE
N EWBERRXY OFERA 'H3Z.
You can at all times find the BEST AN WELL ASSORTED'
HEAVY AND DOESTIC GROC.R
Sugar, Bacon, Molasses,
Coffee, Lard, Syrup
Flour, Meal, Eackere
Also, a full line of CANN1D GOQ,
French and Ameriean Candy, Wholeale ad
-AsSOrted Crackers, Large Variety ,
SOLD AT PRIGES TO DEFYTCOMPETI
A Targe and choice selection of Christmas and Roliday lpc
at low prices.
"r Call and convince yonraelf.1=;,w
Nov. 80,48-tL UNDER NEW OPERA r
TEN DOLLARS PER TON SAV
BAUGH'S TWENTY FIVE DOLLA P110$ .
A TSIED AND VALUABLE pR1'1T 72s. .
Contains no '"Make Bulk,"-$nrh as dirt or.sed
Frs-ke, $k?.* per Tom > %jO :
In new Bags of IS lbs. each, on ear or boatl at Worksa. ( aiik I t
Guarante'd analysts printed on each bag.
Address BAUGI A SONS, S4e1 In atai
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