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PUBLISHESR UEEALD. 1
i the Great Industries of the
*s, alaTge ~>book will be
names to the HERALD, if
*by $4. 'Only two subscri
dollars in subscriptions,
ribers to the HER ALD aret
- for and receive a copy of
Treatise on the Horse. A r
book which we intend to
this: heading we stated, last
*the taxes on certain lands<
*polls hadl not been account-<
former Treasurers. Our infor- 1
obtained at the office of thei
Treasnrer and Auditor, from a I
n who is acquainted with the 1
4-who, on examining,. was un-t
had anything indicating that
had been accounted for.
gentleman informs us that <
nce found out thatXr.IU,B.
in his posession, a Returna
wi~that he accounted.fori
kind mentiond during his.
eolee. We. feetthatit is but'I
Whites that'we should make
Good Middling -9 cents ; middling 8
3-i. ;3arket quiet.
May is Tribe Increase..
We are told that a uegro man living
on Mr. Smith Livigston's place, in
this County. has 42 children and 324
grand children. And he is not a very
Mrs. Jane Caldwell, died on the 26th
On the morning of the 28th, Johnny
Livingston of Jolly Street, died of
keniugitis, aged 14 years.
Pfeasant and Harmless
Norman's Neutralzng Cordial con
tains no uoxioud 'd'or mineral but
is purely vegetable.. most delicate
nfant. can .tke It with peifect im
pnity. No id effects follow its use.
Let the Work Golon.
We learn that the subscription books
for the Cotton eilis have been opened
in an infornial~way, and that Mr. Hen
ry Wheeler bis subscribed .$20,000.
rhat is an encoUraging beginiiug, and
we hope that the os wl' soon
mexee thie i30,04 ned.
Look out for liargains at M. Foot &
ion ; and all Indebted must settle up.
Dn the Train.
Mr.. L. B. ApMtin, a prominent muer
:haut of I,envile, S.. C. says:
L%a m ed of a-severe headaehe on
:he .train comidg from the North, with
Yoriman's NeutaIzinCordial. I also
ured . a fellow passenger who was
urfferipg very nmeh with Diarrhcea. It
s certainly aftucellent.remedy and I
iear tlyreconiendn it.
Last SaturyFt Jyfonr uegroe.
nen, woinen ahd children--:nost of
hem from L2ureus County, left this
ilace for ]dtio an,, Tennessee. We
ire told that =m*ay of the emigrants
vho left here some time ago, are
inxious to see Newbury again. If this
uigration of th la',a ug, population
aano otbereee fiet'k induce our
.*ple to sow moreima1l grain,
Is o'ered for the eat re of two con.,
rits, Richard Brown and Wesley
GWaker, who escaped from the Green.
vood, Laurens and burg Rail
gad works. Browrs very muscular
tnd blsck; and Walker is a slick black.
L liberal reward wil'be given for in
brination which may lead to their
lt# R. P COLEMAN.
n-a New Place.
One of the institutions of Columbia
s'. Jim Reese; the father Alonzo
eese, before him was the best barber
a Columbia, and. none but him was
permitted to shave us in that city for
wenty-five years or more. Well, Jim
nyis equally as good, aid he is now to
e found at Carroll's' Shop on Main
treet, near Stokes's gestaurant. Give
itu a eall, he will 'app;eite it,
In anticipation aj in usfness
y M. Foot&.Son they c on all in
tebtyd.4o them to. come forward and
ett eQir ope aecountsapy cash or
tote, on or b fearch ;' 2t
-ast $at men
en Kiblefa -iI by ri of "Mar
e"in'a keniinine voice." 'hey found
4tegronm lehaboriniga negro wench,
ad arrested )hemboth. A dance was
ig on at the place, and liter in the
igtthe policemen bagged tibn others
Lthe festive party. On Manmday the
ro thies were up 'before the&Xayor's
unrt. for disorderly behavior: In the
treets, and were fined altogether, about
15, most of which was paid in e'ash.
-o RoadRead i
This is the injunction of that prince
I clothiers, M. I,Kinard, of Colambia.
rurther he says-that all of his lWinter
toek will be sold at greatly reduced
riees the object being to make room
or an inmnense Sprnng stock. We
now that Klnard means what he s
nd if any one wants a bargain new
is chance, and as delays are dan
mbrace -the opportunity at once.
riend has a growing and rapidl
reasing family, the last addition
win boys, and he is compelled to
heaply and largely.
one to Columbia
)Ir. A. C. Jones, who received the3
ppointment last weel; as one of the
lerks- to the Sinking Fund (Iommis
ion, left here on Saturday to entger up
o the duties ofisofilee. It-is agd
at office, and entails upon him this
esponisibility of drawing e1,200 a yeaq'
vhich we trust he will be able to '~
rith dignity. We feel a deep an~
.bidin' interest in Crane-hie is ourt
on-idaw, you know-and regret his
enviig, but know that he will maintain
,position to which his av' rits have caill
On No. 1, the jury Calendar, there
re 70 cases ; on No. 2, which contains
he cases to be tried by the Court, there
re .about 130 cases ; and on the other
our calendars there are not a few
ases. 0.a No. 2, is a case thatlias
een called for 42 terms. The parties
o the case are old and feeble, though
hey were robust when the suit was
>rought; and all the lawyers who began
he suit, are dead. On No. 1, is a ease
hat has been there for nearly 40 terms ;
ad there are on these calendars, other
ery old cases that.gshould be tried or
.We take pleasure In announcing that
ve have perfectedl arrangements with
he pumblishers of the American Farmer
hit enable us .t club that magazine
rih the HEnAL> at the very low price
if 82.25 per year, a trille over the
egular price of the HERALD alone.
L'inis is beyond question the fist time
hat a reliable agricultural paper hams
een oGered at so cheap a price, and we
rust all our subscribers will avail
hemselves of this unusual opportunity
if securing a first.elass agricultural
A gentleman of Newberry tells of a
'emarkable occurrence showing intelli
~enee in a rat. On discovering that a
ertain kind of oil was mysteriously
1iuppearing from the bottle in which
me kept it, he watched for the cause of
ts disappearance, and-was astonished to
nd that it was drawn -from the bottle
>ya rat. The rat clambered to the
op of the bottle, which was uncorked,
Ld lowered its tail into theoll; it then
rithdrew its tail and ate. the oil that
lung to it. This operation was repecat
id until the rat was satisfied, or the oil
ias exhausted-3r the performance was
aterropted. -That rat had, besides a
ste for oil, .something .me,ommonly
This tale is not "of record in the
lrk's o"lee, but If you d'oubt its cor
etnesas; theclek can set you righrt.
$urrendereo for Trial.
In-.1878, separate indictments wer
-dIwn- against Mr. Join Irby and Me
,Nnca of ;Iureus, for the murder o
.Ut tht place. LeNiuch wa
trie 'ot-vieted of ifbirder; but 'hi
obt4ned a new Trial and was convicted
of manslaughter, and is-now servinp
term of years in the Penitentiary. Mr
Irby alarued by lie fate of McNinich
and dreadiug the itilienee of the popn
lar feeling, which was running high
fled to the West.
Last Saturday he caused general sur
prise by appearing . Newberry or
his way to Is old home. He went t<
Laurens accompanied by Y. J. Pope
Esq..,. and .gave himself into the hand.
of the law. On Monday, accompaniec
by- Mr. Pope, and in charge of the
Sheriff of L.ureis, he went to Comn
bia to apply to a justice of the Supreme
Court for bail.
We have heard that his counsel will
move for a change of venue, and, if the
motion 'is granted, will try the case at
A Champion Grammarian.
A short time ago a negro man appli
ed for a third W eteacher's certificate
and did some rst grade parsing. He
was<required to answer ten question
on grammar; but as he saw no need of
tell ng all he knew about 'the subject,
he rolled-up his sleeves, in a metaphori
cal sense, and tackled the first three
questions in a way that bewildered the
examiners. He may know very little
about the profound subject of raiksplit
ting, but the way in which he walked
over rul ' and parts of- speee, show,
that wha he doesn'tknowaabout -an
as he willr eir oafch .ui pubic
schools. He went about it thus:
1. ,Write a pentezce containg.g at
adjective, a nQun, a pronoun, Verb, at
adverb and a Ire ition,
Auswer-'1 riead horse run away
up the stiet;, he broke tih' bugga
against the connor."
2. Analyze, and parse each word.
Answer: "Bead is an. adjective de.
scribing horse, Horse is a com. noun.
run away is a verb tells how he run."
3. -'ame three ways of forming the
plural of nouns, and give an example
Answer. "add s. to the singular boy
to form The-plural, add ee. to form the
plural of goose."
Tou may not believe that one head
can contain so much learning; but this
is as trge as (ospel.
Sniffles in Columbia.
Our iend .iiflies Is once more-zbouj
and i urseth thusly;
It was9ny pleasure to take the trail'
to Cohi!bia Friday night last, and on
getting off the cars, the sight of fifty
outstretched hands, each rasping a
eoach whip, vlolently sMe ng in the
ghastly light, produced a which
ran rp and down the small of my back
like greased lightning. These hands
and whips were attached to the bodies
of hael.fen who are foreed to silence
on the arrival of trains, by order of
Council, lest the timid and tired travel
ter get seired and cross the line over
into Lexington. Not a word was spo
ken, and the siletice was appalling; I
was appalled slightly, as the waving
bands motioned to the shady hack, one
f dwhichi we took, or rather which took
as, 'ad drove rapidly off..,
The oyster stew furnished me at Dr.
Jackson's comfortable ranche, made me
think that Louise's royal'-party were
Lot half so well served. The oysters
were Levin's first chop, and the, stew
was 7ma.de by the happy pill-maker him.
elf-it was,a capitalstew. On retiring
[ foaud a tql1 individual in the room
vith his feet in hot water, and mny first
aho gt was that :ry versatile friend,
the loctor, was preparinga second ete
'or me. - My stomach revolted. In a
noment however I discovered that the
tall man' was soaking a villainous look
ing corn, which was successfully taken
>ut. My next fear was that the opera
tor wotild.make an attempt -to uneorn
sie. We were all coroe-thtis every
man had a corn. No s'ueh calamity befell
ue, and soon after Isalept, and dreamed
nat I had iade a.corner on corn, and
wned several oyster.. beds. It was a
pleasanjt dream, but I gt over it and
up, and found the sun1 advance, and
~he individual who wrestled with the
born gone. Aftei- Ilreakfastethe I oe
or never turns a man out without that
meal-I went out, and felt lonesome on
missing the mud, which prevails every
where nm Newberry, but only in spots
Columbia. BuIt mnyspirits soon re
dthe questions asked me in refer
our late fires, and why we had
epartment, were quite reviving,
rtI felt refreshed ; I did not lire
rot, and simply said that Newberry
mad beea raised on fires, and would find
It hard to exist iWithout them, her mo
mey would otherwise lie idle. The Co
lumbians like to pile the agony.
After shaking hands with M1. L. Ki
iard, W. C. Swaffield, Dr. Jackson, A.
Palmer, S. Beard, the Register and Yeo
men men, Wateman of oyster memory,
and a score of others, and besides meet
ianother who dodgd nme, for a little
- erence of $5, I toka hack and got
away to the railroad in tume to inispect
the new union passenger depot.
This inspection was made uinder the
polite guidance of Mr. E. A. Loyal, the
gentleman who superintend.< thme paint
ng. It is an elegant structure, and an
bonor to the South Carolina, and the
Q~. & C. Railroads. The ladies' and
ad genatlemen's reception - rooms are
oonvnient, elegant and'lbeautifully de
erated, the painting and ooloing be
ing exquisite ; while the seats, the clo.
sets, the entire arrangement, leave no
thng to- be desired. "The ticket offiee
is be&ween the reception rooms. and is
fxed uip with.all the modern improve
mentls. The refreshment saloon to the
lef~cf the ladies' reception, is a com
fortable and elegant room.. Up stairs
are !the different offices, and around in
all tdirections run insulated electric
wirb for signalling. The entire build
ino i's a splendid piece of work.
tbefore taking the rail back, a
boy vfith a bucket of'oysters, wa heard
asking for 5dat ood looking gemman
vith ude brown o5br coat,'-feeling assu
red I was the man, I folded the bucket
to my arms, and since then the oysters
into an internal ste w, with many thanks
to Mr. B. Bateman for so nice a pr
sent. My friends ,are advised to get
their oysters from him.
The February number of thi% excellent
periodlenlecomes promptly to hand freighte.l
with the usual admir,ablv chosens a.sortmnt
of seasonable good things. There is some
thing for every variety of taste, andl y*et the
high standard of nierit at which te editoa
alms is jnaintained throughent.
The contents of the February natober are
as folloas:t "The Yallacy of Materialism," a
joint discuuion by George G. Romanes and
the Lord Bishop of Carlisle; "Four Month,
in Morocco," a fascinating record of adven
ore iut atrange laind; '-A True Ghost Sory.'
b Gerard Lewis, Clerk; "6ar~ unto Star,'
by Richard A. Proctor; "A Lesson on Democ
racy," by James AmbooyFoue, "Goe the"
Wea- stern 'Divana;". "-A ?tivat A mong
the -Basques;"'-An. Fair,"- a -tory ku sia
chaptr"An Autumna Morning;" "Ameri
can Millionaires-" "Walt Whitman," b
. C. 3lpreavIEmi ' by ProfessorJ
E. Harld 'g~u "Joa Harrison, the
Chronometer Mie," 'by Samuel Smiles;
"The Water WeDrink" by Profeasor Simp
son, M. D.; Ltery Notice.; FrioLit
erary Notes; Science and Ars;'and Miscel
Published by E. B. Pelton,25 Bond Street
New Tork. Terms, $5 .per year; singi
copy, 45 ent; Tial subserlptionfor thre
Various and all About.
Nothing to. fight it with.
SMu4 all dried up.
Dr. Fant cries "mud and water" this
Koppell is selling out his rhne stock
We regret to lear. that Jalapa has
What will Newberry do when a fire
oecurs after her streets beome dry?
"What most frequeatly becomes a
womnan? A little-girt
t We thought Arnasoka was fire proof
at all points.
We learn that Mr. Koppel is selling
'out -with the intention of moving to
Our friends in the country are solicit
ed to give us items of news transpiring
in ther neighborhood.
Jalapa town is peopling up-W. C.
Sligh and W. L. Waters have moved
into line, also S. J. Riley's family.
The insurance adjusters have not de
cided. to make-their head-quarters at
Persistent advertising is what has
done the business for the Herald Book
Store, its trade has largely increased.
1everal days ago, a Mollohon man
waded into-jndian Creek, and caught
:'e.coloreil fethodists had,a "ipauo
rani y" at their?lhurch, $nhy night ;
they say "you orter been'tiar."
Cant we have alittle rain and mud,
just to: vary, the monotony of-these
abref4 4le'y" proposes to jkeep
abreaszt of the best street in town, in
the matter of fires.
The other day. Mr. Martin Hunt, of
Greenville killed 11 hogs which aggre
gated 2,500 pounds in weight.
Mr. Jacob Kibler has moved into the
house between )r. Juo. C. Wilson s
and the railroad, near Ijelena.
A member of the teachers board of
examiners wants to know how you spell
the plural of "valley.'
June Mobley, a notorious negro
Radieal, has been appointed postmaster
Who pallec .!vn thn briek wall in
front of the jail yari! Answer and g6
Look at Chase's L -ter Heads, they
were printed at this office, and we are
prepared to duplicate for any one who
wants as nice printing.
The card of Mr. Salter, our resident
Photographer. is b)f.>re wh public, and
all persons are iuacrecl to read and act
Judge Haskell has been elected Pres
ident of the Laurens R- ad, and
there is little doubt that he will be
elected President of the C. and G. R. R.
The roads are drying up, but the im
mense chasms here ana there still prove
a terror to the poor mule, and horse, as
well as the driver.
.ewberry has a man who finds
light in reading the poagressional ge
cord. Wonder if that man could digest
the hind leg of a fire-dog !
It is said that the insurance men
speak of cancelling their policies and
pulling up stakes in Newberry. Bant
they have criedl "Wolf" before.
It is estimated that 22500000 watches
are turned, ou t yearly in various parts
of the world. If they are night watch
es, we need some of thenm in Newberry.
Monday night the lire alarm was
sounded, but before the hook and lad
der company got itself together, the
fire went-out-in Mjr. Speers' chimney.
The Gaffney City parolinian will ae
cept our- thaiiks' for an invitation to at
tend a Railroad meeting in that city, on
The senior editor desires to make ai
pile of money, between one and ten
hundred dollars, and offers to bet that
he can beat the quail eater in eating
thirty sparrows ini one day.g
The number of new subscribers to
the Herald is very gratifying. Several
who have never felt the need of a good
paper, now take it. We hope to con
tiue to merit their favor.
The JBlue Dack Speller though old as
.the everlasting hills- continues its hol.d
on -the public- small boys favor. This
and other books to be had at the Her
aId Store.- .
A muan in town wants to know what
the fir6 had to do with the grand fancy
ball. He thinks that the stock of drugs
and whiskeys in town is. still large
enough to supply one ball.
It is said that live ladies, living with
in a niil of Danielsville, weigh re
spectively 200, 240, 212, 204 anid 190
pounds. Total 1,112 pounds. In first
Dr. S. F. Fant of Newberry, and Col.
T. B.-Crews oY Laurens, have been
drlawn! as petit jurors for the April
Term of the- U. S. Court which will
convene on the first Monday in April.
McFall & Satterwhite mean business
in offering their remaining stock of Win
ter goods at and below liew York costs,
Be up and doing, ye buyers of New
berry. You will get bargains, sure.
Waile we glory in the knowledge that
Dr. Clarke of Jalapa can entertain his
friends on turkey, ,orrow that 200
lbs. of seed potton 'lifted from his
premises by an expeif.
The conversation maintained -with
such gusto on the porch of the Metho
dist Church gunday night, was exceed
ingly annoying to those inside.* Take
your talk elsewhere, young men,
IT IS WITHIN THE POWER OF EVERY
MA to double his crops anu permia.
nently improve his estats and thus
secure to himself and posterity en
during prosperity, by the use of the
It seems to us that the spirit of the
law;~ which forbids the erection of a
powder magazine or a pig pen in the
midst of town, would require the re
mioral of a cotton platform that has
been erected there.
M. Foot & Son, in anticipation of
change in their business, offer their
stock of Clothing, blankets, and all
other Winter goods at greatly reduel
prices, all of which they are deter'min.
ed to close ouit oh or before March 1st,
On Tuesday Mr. Y. J. Pope appeared
before the Supreme Court and argued
for an order allowing ball to Mr. John
Irby. An order was grnted, allowing
bail in the sum of $4,00. Mr. Irby, it is
thou t, will find no difficulty in giving
We are indebted to Mr. C. A. Calvo,
proprietor of the Regiter, Columbia,
for a copy of ahan me and showy
c alender, in pamphlet form, beautiful
ly illustrated and most artistielly print
ed. It will beatedby the host
of,Register s sit is by us. It
Is -brhnful of varied and useful infor
Having bought the interest of "M.
Foot in my business this day, I wil
nue at my old stand. Will be glad
o si my friends. W. H. JONES 0
Official Bond. - G
Treasurer Gary has. given his official
bond, with the following persons as
sureties: Dorsev L. Gary, Thos. V. .
Wicker, and Williams E. Welch. The
amount of the bond is $20,000.
-Biscouraging reports have reached us
from variow parts of the county, as to B.
the prospects of the next grain crop.
Many of our fanners were busy with
their cotton last fall, and failed to sow Dl
grain; much of the grain that was sow
ed failed to come up, owing to the sev
erity of the winter; and this year there a
has been no opportunity to sow.. We
hear, too, that many of our farmers L.
have, up to this time, been unable. to
get labor for the year. We hope that s
what now seems discouraging will not
prove serious, and that the grain crop
may be as abundant. as that of 1882.
Spring oats are better than no oats at
Mr. F. A. Schumpert has moved to
Miss Ella Sligh is teaching school at
Mr. O. MBR. Holmes of Spartanburg A
is in town buying cotton. P1
Miss Lilly Herbert, daughter of Rev.
T. G. Herbert, is spending some time
iith her uncle Mr. J. A. Chapman.
Mr. Jno C. Wilson has been appoint
ed one-of the regents of the State laun, cc
- The friends of Mr. Wallace Cline will
be pleased to learn that he is gradually
getting better. BC
We regret to learn that Mr. Koppel's 8
brother who was on his way to this FI
country, went down on the Steamer P1
Another Fire. - HI
jast Thursday night Iollenaq
hpman discovered the cotton on the TC
platform behind Martin's Store to be N
on fire. It being "early in the nigit, A]
between ten andeleven o'clock, a crowd se
was soon attracted to the place by the P
fire alarm; and by prompt and ener: Tr
getic work the fire was sqn pqt out, w
Nineteen tales of eotton were partly Bt
aestroyed, and the platform was slight
ly burnt. The cotton was insured, with -
the exception of six bales belonging to
M., Foot & Son. It is believed" that
the cotton Was set on fire in the absence
of the policemen, who had been called
away to take charge of a brawler who th
was keeping up .a reviving state of dev- in
ilment at a negro dance in Amasoka. ce
The platform contaiued some 200 l1es Pr
of cetton; It adjoins a nurlpe of wood. d i
en buildings a:'d late'in t he'uight the ry
lire might have caused a very serious to
On Friday the damaged cotton was
sold to M. Foot & Soon at ive cents a
pound, Mr. J. R. Matthewes acting as
Still Another Fire. . -S'
Tuesday morning about 5 o'clock,
the watchman at the depot discovered
that tije warehouse near the passenger
stat "as on fire ; and he roused the a <
tow crying "Fire," and repeatedly W
disch.arging his rifle. The fire was put ty
out, after doinig very little injury. In tr-.I
one corner of the .oecond story of the M
house, a space about ly feet squar'e Is B<
separtetd from the rest of the r6onl by' h,
p)artitionls-this 'was formerly a kind of lam
office. Thie fire began in this small th,
room, ntear the partition ; it partly W
burnt the partition and then burnt a Nt
small hole through the roof. In addi-- i.o
tion to this it consumed about a bale of Fc
cotton samples belonging to Mr. L. W. ed
Walter. The building, which belongs foi
to Mr. T. C. Bool, is insured. Qn the sh
first' floor Mr. 3 alter had at th4 time ah
of the fire, miore than 200 tons of guano..
Where the fire began, we saw pieces in
of rich, finely splt pine which plainly Pr
showed that some one had kindled a
fire there ; and near the place was
found a bag, apparently an old corn -
sack, containing two old coats-nQne qi 8~
which things were theye the day before.
A window opens from this small room, H
or office, to the outside of the building,
and the unknown person is supposed to
have made his entrance and exit
through this window-which was not
fastened. The origin and cause of the ye
fire are involved in nlystery
IT IS/ BACK-BREAKTNG BUSINESS hi
TO TUG AWAY all day at a mass of
wet, half-rotted corn stalks and litter a
in a horse lot. A half day of such work 9
will take the pluck out of the stron i n
man. A sack of Ashley is wot a1
day's hauling of such stuff, and can be
quickly and uniformly distributed. St
A DELICATE CHILD IS MORE
subject to wom than a healthy one i
in the economy of nature, one a'nimnal is e~'
made to subsist upon another, and the
weaker gos down. At the first indi- M
cation ofworms administer Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge the infallible remedy. D
For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
In fevers, malaria, biliousness,
heartburn, etc., nothing is so benefi
cial as Brown's Iron Bitters.
POST OFFICE. at
Nawaar C. H., S. C., Jan. 27 1883. 1
List of advertised letters for week ending or
Jan. 27,1883: hi
Bedenbaugh, Mr. L. C Maffette, Mr. J. K. C4
Coleman, Adam Morrida, Miss Mary se
Caldwell, Mrs. Beck -Nelson, Mr. James y
Clebaine. C. S. Perkins, Miss Lilla
Davis, Mrs. Lizzie Ryan, Mrs. f
Dogerson, Miss Mary Sims, Mr. M. G.
Davis, Alice IThompson, Mr. A. C. Ia
Kibler, Mr. W. Williams, Mr. ILewis G
Parties calling for letters trill please say
ifradveitised. E. W. BOONJE. P. U. In
TeSuperintendents of Highways and D
Bridges and the Overseers of Roads are here
by directed to have the roads put. in good 01
repair Immediately. if' na cessary they shall P
require the road hands to work for four
By order of the County Commisloncrs. ol
.JAS. K P. GOGGA.NS.
Jan. 31, 1883, 5-2t. CekCuiyCm
RO880N'S COT TON ANi) CORN
EQB80N'S CONIOUND ACID PHO8PHATB.
-These grades are rich In all the esseintials
con'tituting llrst-class articles, carefully
prepared from best materials. Our longI
experience in the trade, together with Prof.
Shepherd's analysis, are guarantees that
they are adapted to the waits of comnm
For sale at market rates for cash, time or
cotton. J. N. ROBSON & SON,
Jan. 11, 2-Smos 58 East Bay
COL.T FOR SKLfT
Iwlelonsale-day, February 5th, before
the Court House, a6me shree year old stal
lion colt. It works weR to a a~nd Is a
Sue riding horse. If not sl ore th~at
time will beoSereud o yshe- hibebklier6di
thadyTe:eltis emf1rehb.jsad Il
. aWBERRY, S. C.. Feb. 1. 18.83.
rdinary..... ... . a -
Dod Ordinary.. a
>w MIddling. ;......... . 8}a 81
Id.lin;r ... - -a .9
Good . d.
c . --y Prices Current.
... t.- - WENEL
y . i MARTIN & CO.
*" .sa 't'1TteNew...... -a
-.1:. r, ytr r Cur-.....
'. . 1t., New........... a32
tY SA.:. i. EATS
an..ur... New..... . 10
i...- t*. i., New.. ........ a 11
i:i.ng Clear........... a Ilj
Unc,. -.assed Has........., 14
i >, . >- --d taangdMagnuIia; '16
tR L.,'. in Tie.rceas... ...c.... Ib
L.c- Yb Iucket.......... 16
i .. t re.r" . ....... r........ 16
llt1ee .:.... ............. 11
Y >.....-....~.. . . .. I
New Orleans... ......... 10
Nt )L Ql Syrup,new erop, 93
NewOrlea Iolase. 50
Cuba Molas.s....... 60
Sugar House Molasses 40
G up.:"rder.... .............1.50
Youu iy yo . . .... .50
;LSPE..................:..... 3 -
Itoasted or Paeobed...... 20'
G"ost lid... .............. 15ia
NEG Lt- Cider ineir........ 5
Woite Y i.egar.. g6
Bolted . .......'.... .1 0
AP..............................: . e 10
ARCH.............................. 6a 12
AR CANDLES.. ............. l
OUE, prbbI.......... ......00a 9.0
NDY... .... ........... 24
HCENTRATED LYE............ 10
[GL1SH SODA. ................
)RSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 1
A FOAK AKING POWDER... S
CLE GREAE................... ..10
BACCQ. ......... Goa 15
1f l05 r.... ........... 4.
GGING-Uesvy................... . 11a
IROW TIES. per. bunch............. 20,
LICED ARROW (IRE ........... 126
D CLOVERi SEED-per 1b....,.. 10
D OATS-per u........ .... 46a46
19OTRY IIAY........ ......... 1 75
EA', per m - .----,, .--......1 155 .15
' pe ' lb8. ... ...., ....... i 1W
oice of FInal Settlements
APPLIG.0ION FOR DIACHARGE.
rOTI0E. is herehy givcn, that the undet
sInted will mi ke a final settlement of
ir sceo:nes as"sx"cuturs of'the list will
d te-tau:e7t of. :Mr3 Helen 3'Neall, dew
iced, before lloa J: -. Fellers, Judge of
ohq:e fu, 'O wh.rryt'ounty, on Wedaen
r, l- tv- :-fhsi. (21st) d,y of Fcbrua
l8S3, ."."l wil. oil t he same d. api:ly
the "ni i .1 i l- or .. final discharge La
'1 Paidl Ex- centorv
TUOMAS J. LIPSCOMB,
JESSE W GARY,
Jan. 17, 1'88, 8-St.
ATI OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Sale under Mortgage.
By %inn.. if a power of sale granted in
e"ttn deed of mortg-tgr made by Wm.
E. lligins, decetarrd, late of said Coon
to Thiomais J. MLffeti, and afterwards
nsf-rred and assigned by the said 1'. J.
freit to me., I will uaej before the Court
use at Newberry. at poblic outcry on
firat MoudLy in F&.ruairy ns-xt, all the
ids de.ri'ed in the a ;id ino, tgasgo, to-wit:~
It planfariona of land ou which the said
in. W. E liinis lately resided, lying in
wberry County, St>ste of South Carolina,
3taiing (2u6 4-1'.) Two Hundred and Six
ur tenth Acres, more or less, and hound
bt landai of T. .f. Maffett, William Lang
-, Young Longshore, Andrew J. Long
>re. John T. Peterson and E. C. Long
l'maxs or Mr.z-One-half cash, balance
one y, ar secured by bond and mortgage.
i.ehaser to pay for papers.
-JA NE C. PETERSON.
Jan. 10,' 1883, 2-4.
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
arrier F. McCarley, as Adi's, vs. The
hTeuberry Agricultural and Mechanical
By order of the Court, dated 29th No.
mnber, 1882. I will sell, at Newberry Court
mese, on the First-Noqday in February,
D. 1883, at public outcry, to the highest
Ider, the following property of the de.
Idant, to wit: Lot of Silver Plated Warp,
d all that lot of land, with the buildings
treon, situate in the Town of Newberry,
the said County and State, containing
ght aud Three-fourths Acres, more or
a, and bounded by lands of.Gedrge John
me, liy Pratt -Street, Bust Street and
TEaMs: Persoimal property, all cash, Real
t.ate, one-third cashi, and the balance on a
edit of twelve months, with interest from
aday of sale, to be seeured by bond of
e purchaser and a mortgage of the prem
s, with leave to the purchaser to pay the
tole in cash. Purchaser to pasy for all
DANIEL B. W HEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Jan. 18, 1883. 8-3t
ieeuter's Sale of Real Estate.
Under tb'. power given me by Mrs. Is
ella Birge in her )ast will and testameat,
will se:l at New berry Court House,8.& 0.,
salesday next, February 5th, 1883, to the
ghest- bidder therefor, ati that piece, par.
I or lot of land, situated in Prospern.y,
Ne qcity,'Soill; Carolina, con
niq mordor less, and bound
Lln sby street separating it
>m 1lU f Tmpera.nce Husy, by
ads of Francis Bobb, by lands of George
DeWalt, by lands of S. 1a Fellers an.]
rlands of lirs. S. L. Barre, the sanie be
g the land whereon Mrs. Birge resided at
er death, except lot sold to Francis Bo,bb.
Tass-Three-fortha of the purehase
oney cash, and the, balance to he secured
rthe -bond of the purchaser, p.4yable 1st
,cember next, with interest from the da'
sale and a mortgage of the premises sold.
archasers to pay ten dollars for papers.
Excntor of the last rill and testament
Mrd. I-abella Birg.-. Jan. 18. 3-8t.
LEDUCED PRICES I
TAPLE DESY GOODS,
Hats, Boots, Shoes
I Greatly Bedeed Piees
iyou. waa BAEGAINS;ad nwis the
mn.oxae tons L m4.
AreaoR by .rbdY the
And their Agents throghoet thofor ~
TO THE PEOrLE u
AND AJOIN WC CObNTIE
DECL A RED,AND KEIDME
BY THE DEM0CRAT/C AND RlE/i C1} B
--THAT UNDER H
NEW3ERRY O0 3a
You can at al times1nd the BES,AND WNL
HEAVY AND DQESTI(
Sugar, Bacon, "
Also, a feU line of CA|itN1D
Fremeh and Aericastaiidy 4 a
Assrtd rak~s,IFa~g V., ',
SOLD AT PRWES TODEFV0O1 P
A large and ch9ow selee in of 1Cistas3a
at low pres.
' Call and nvince yourself
.SAVE NdEY 8 3 'SP* _R~
-O6Ayti 1Pe, " =
Kade rom Green -os3m&* w htW
Prime M 9r lb8., Ia Rew -~
'e6odboao4vtsor Boat t dWor> ;Cash3 7~
Addres U&U1T Ar MO -~4~leM~n -
Jan.A S-- . - 8.
We t.ake great pTeasnrT ffi iorming our
friend a4 i e public gen r y that iri
ar-e prepared this season f EIBI K
L ARGER AND MOREI ATTRACtIVE
Than we have done before.
-Our stock is now about COIPLETE, al
though every day we are making new ad
ditions which will be kept up through the
Lids and Stripes, i .
Red Flanes, - II
- White Flanmels,
Cotton Flannels~ -
Colored Velveteens, WLA
-Blaek Dress Silk,
,Black Trimming Silk,diettWC*Ssa fnestvawi
Colored Trimming SIl,O L3 y h iget a~p~o
Blaek Brocade Silk, inlreqattyrteam.*L i
Bla&kSatin, . a.8S4
Hosiery, . U . U W~~
We nvie secil atenionto ur eda a buins S-t a
6.3$" uraislag gireb3t
whic Iitoo omplte. Aur wilkow
evey vsior,whehe puchseror ot budirect ~ tomreatand wrt te A A
When visitinget:euCntytyof'r 4eG s
and seerue. ILQ0E,
Poi Jancourteoeles, Patteonge. o a n wEm4a5e 3eid. .
evWereso, wethser PrChamers1 ork of. ' T~ouetrr o1ei .A
Worhn vtin made Cuity to' a to all
anduee of. -h edc 'ae n f~Wo
Tat tEyban OFSO.rCROI ATCOSUT A J$ .
Bye Co B.oes Probate eedget . osnew
ber ourth Hoade, SuiCt ton the grat dahiUmYOFNWBR~
etsof Febr arynd,aistro pwbicth here In tel saw' cres
oat 1e o'h eeloc ta e rnodt efhee w of eisarengfe tha uces
cJoseph Bedfanh,y decaed.hth sMtewa aa nd*-rphso n
ul ndm andr this kindedand ceitonury, sooa1ropr.ro
otsAin osep Bednbagh deeaed, nazenos
that the. B. ndLLperS b.o e iN. STT &SUH
th 1u th rosc, t.b-hld10,e
berry CorLHue S.AC., n te1t da .
of Feray nexDfe ulcto ee ateseMu
of t1 'lc n h oeon osowNtc shrb grcla3s fg