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A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c.
Vol. XXI. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1883. No. 18.
A SCHOOL INCIDENT.
ow dear to my heart is the school at
tended,
And how I remember, so distant and dim,
hat red-headed Bill, and the pin th.at I
bended
And carefully put on the bench under
him!
ad how I recall the surprise of the master
When Bill gaie a yell, and sprang up with
the pin
> high that his bullet head busted the
plaster
Above, and the scholar. all set up a grin
hat active boy, Billy, that high-leaping
Billy!
That loud-shouting Billy that sat on a pin!
-San Francisco News Letter.
NGAGED INFUN.
"Why, Daisy? What can the mat
.r be? Actually crying?" And
sic Mostyn's grave, good face was
ill of pity as stepping thro' the
rench window of the little Swiss
>ttage where through the lace cur
tins, he saw his pretty cousin
aning her head on the gay sofa
llow, in a most disconsolate at
tude.
She lifted her head and put her
andkerchief to her eyes a second,
ten gave a wintry little smile.
"Oh, Eric, I am heart-broken !"
.nd down went the fair head again,
d piteous sobs convulsed her
rresh.
A look of dismay was in Mr.
[ostyn's kind face as he drew a low
iair beside the lounge and caressed
te beautiful hair that was all aglow
t its loveliness of shade and tex
ire.
"Oh, no, my dear little cousin,
At heart-broken. Heartsick and
re because Lumley Warner has
Ld the bad taste to flirt with his
tle sweetheart-hurt, Daisy, but
Dt heart-broken. Hearts do not
reak so easily."
Daisy lifted her head with a
ick, wondering look,
"You don't know anything about
Eric. You are good and kind
ever you can be, but you don't
ow what I mean, because you
,ver love anybody."
Her lips quivered, and she looked
: him tearfully.
He smiled gravely. Daisy could
ever have told all that smile hid.
"You are mistaken, cousin. I
>mfort you from personal ex
erience. Hearts do not break, or
ime would have broken long ago
hen the only one I ever loved
iowed her decided preference for
iother."
A quick exclamation answered
[in, and a surprised, tender smile
irved her lips.
"Oh Cousin Eric, is it possible
ou cared so much for any one?
:w could she have preferred any
xy to you? Oh, I am so sorry !
can sympathize with all my heart'
cause-I was sure he loved me
tter thau anybody else."
Somehow her distress hurt him,
his dear little cousin of his, who all
er life had gone to him with her
oubles, and looked to him for
)unsel, and who, when she had
me day confessed to him that Lum
y Warner had told he loved her,
id they were engaged-that he
>ped she would be very happy, al
tough he was fearful that Lumley
raner had a precious prize, whose
alue he had doubted her lovei
ghtly appreciated; and he had
en noticing the time-it was just
. months now-and here was his
yusil in much distress because
andsome Lumnley was flirting with
[iss Darrill, as no engaged man
ad any business to do.
"And I don't know what to do
bout it," said Daisy, twisting her
Eamond engagement ring-mock
g token !-on her finger.
"What must I do, tell me, Eric?"
He bent a steady, almost wistful
>ok into her innocent eyes.
"Since you love him so dearly,
ere is but one thing to do-over
x>k his defection, and restore him
favor when he chooses to cease
is truant wandering.
"Who loves much forgives much
iey say."
A sudden little hot flush flew into
er ie.
'You mean I am just to sit down
ad wait until Lumley is ready to
sm back?"
B PZRY TEURSDAY MORNING,
Editor aadProprietor.
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DM toffsat the expiration o
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SPR1INI 1883.
AND
wR STOCK
SEW AND ZTFfANT
LOTEIN G
AND
4" h 1 tA I -OU TI~
j, o -which were bought at lowest
for Cash, and therefore can be
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J,11 CP'QCk
WI b3 Underseld,
e ordily invite any
ad nanwho needs anything in
phO es up to a Hat,
ding Socks, Drawers, Under and
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O rtocall at their storein:a
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to beonvhnced of what they say.
Call early and call late
-Al you may want relate,
Ask for Clothing, Hats or Shoes,
Oranything else you choose
And you shall have it from
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-am enabled to offer to the public
I-rl4TED AD AXW CA
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U ,lARS, AND TOBACCO,
also, the finest and best French
Brandies, the celebrated
for family use, at prices wich defy
COMPETXTIOj.
tr family use, one dozen Pint Bottles
-m*1.00
Aorders will receiveprompt atten
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Feb. 22,8-3m
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gg Orders filled with dispatch.
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Permanent and transient boarders
imply a'ecmmodated.
Satisfaction guaranteed in every a
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a
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t the HERALD OffBee:n
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"That is all you can do, isn't it,
since you-"
She straightened up from her de
jected attitude, her eyes sparkling.
"But, Eric much as & wish he
would come back, and dearly as I
love him, I never will do that? I
will take some other means, I
will punish him and pique him into
coming back. Why couldn't I play
the same game? He will come
right back to me, and he will think
I don't care, and he will make up
don't care, and be happier than
ever."
She was smiling through the
tears on her dark lashes and Eric
thought what a scoundrel, what a
fool, what a villain the man was
who acted as Warner was acting.
"Well, Daisy and how will you
do it?"
"Don't you see? I will take off
Lumley's ring and put on one of
yours-this one; and you must let
me be engaged to you. You will,
won't you? And we'll flirt-oh,
awfully, Cousin Eric, and every
body shall know it; and then-don't
you see?-Lumley will be so sorry
and-oh, it will end like a fairy
story !"
Mr. Mostyn had suddenly got up
to close the window, the wind was
blowing so keenly, and- when he
came back there was no trace in his
face of the white agitation he had
sprung up to hide from Daisy's
eyes."
"Engaged to me is it, ma petite?
Well it promises very pleasantly
for awhile. I assure you I'll make
a most devoted cavalier. But on
ly think what will become of me
when Im no longer wanted !"
He laughed as he took a cameo
and pearl ring off-his watch chain
and slipped it on Daisy's finger
with a great show of ceremony,
just touching the fair hand to his
lips.
"Oh, Lumley and I will love you
so forever and ever, Eric ! You are
so kind and good ! Don't you
know," and she looked at him with
wondering eyes, "I cannot compre
hend how that lady preferred any
one to you."
A perfect storm of passionate
pain swept over his face for a sec
ond before he replied lightly,
"There's no accounting for such
things, is there?" Come, my little
fiancee, let's open the play with a
drive along the esplaade behind
my bays."
Miss Maude Darrell was looking
very handsome as she leaned back
against the cushions of the magni
ficent borouche that was being
drawn along by the pair of black
horses that were among the finest in
London-by-the-sea. She was dress
ed as became a beauty and heiress,
in a carriage costume of pure white,
with a white lace-covered parasol
and the gleam of dead gold jewelry
in her ears, and on her bosom and
wrists. An exquisitely beautiful
woman, with a fair, colorless face,
eyes that were large and dark and
shadowy, and hair the very hue and
tint of sunshine on a summer day.
She had only been at the seaside
a few days, but it was long enough
for Lumley Warner to have become
lcquainted with her, and to have
deliberately made up his mind that
he would give Daisy the go-by, if
he could by any possibility win
Miss Darrell for his bride, because
she was worth a thousand pounds
where Daisy was worth~ one. -Of
course Daisy was sweet and lovable
as any one could be; and Mr.
Warner was aware of the fact,
while at the same time he *ras anx
ious to do thc very best for himself
that was possible to be done.
"You can't blame me, really, can
you?" he said to a comrade, as
they took off their hats to the lady,
who languidly smiled and merely
inclined her 1 retty head.
"Can't I? Warner, do you know,
if I was Miss Thornton's cousin or
brother, I'd-well, I'd horsewhip
you !"
"The deuce you would ! I hope
you're not jealous of my good
standing with the divine Darrell?"
An hour later he was in Miss
Darrell's private parlor-a charm
ing apartment that owned all its
interior elegs ace to the decorative
furniture thai Miss Darrell invaria
bly sent on a advance of her com
ing. And ci a low, blue silk chair
the blac1r eys. yellow haired grirl
was making an exquisite picture of
herself, looking very tenderly in
Mr. Warner's impassionate face.
"You are sure you care for me
as you say?" You have known
me such a little while-"
She hesitated charmingly, and
Warner's heart was all in a flutter
to hear her.
"I loved you the moment I saw
you, Maude ! Who could help lov
ing such a woman as you are?'And
you reciprocate it, dearest? Tell
me I have not been mistaken in
believing that I have won your
dear love Maude, my beautiful
darling, you will be my-"
His graceful proposal was sud
denly and cruelly cut short by the
announced entrance into the room
of a charmingly pretty little girl,
whose eyes began to frown angrily,
and her cheeks to flush, as she
caught sight of the charming
tableau-a dainty, resolute little
woman dressed in a gray silk, and
a little satchel and a shawl thrown
over her arm.
. What in the world does this
mean, Bessie? Is it possible-is it
possible, that after all I have said,
you have been guilty of this again?
Hush, not a word ! Take off my
dress and jewelry, and pack up
your clothes, and I'll pay you your
months wages, and you can go.
Doubtless this young gentleman
will be just as delighted to oblige
my maid with his view of romance
and sentiment as though you were
the genuine Miss Darrell."
"Bessie Beaumont is, unfortu
narely, very much too pretty for
her position, and it is the third
time I have detected her masque.
rading as myself-that's all," .
And with a queenly bow she dis
missed him, while the false,Miss
Darrel sprang after him piteously.
"You said you loved me-me;"
she wailed. c'linging to his arm'
while he shoved her off roughly.
"I never- said ft, you bold crea
ture ! Let go my sleeve !"
And the gallant, truthful gentle
man wrenched himself away, and
betook himself to his room, where,
in five minutes, he had made up
his mind that before the news of
the comical thing leaked out as it
was sure to do, he would make his
peace with Dais,y who after all,
was the genuine diamond, the
priceless, flawless pearl, that it
would be his honor, his delight to
wear.
So he started off, more egger and
anxious than ever in the whole
course of his career he had been.
The sea-breeze was send4i sweet
salt fragrance into the beautiful
little parlor of the little'Swies cot
tage on the cliff, and Daisyf in her
soft tissue dress, was looking
charmingly fair, as she sat on a low
hassock at the open wireiow, the
lace curtain falling arourgfhe~r like
a summer cloud.
Mr, Mostyn was wralkiiig up and
down, a determind look on his pale,
fine face, that Daisy did notrsee,
for her eyes were seaward.
Suddenly he walked up teher,
and drew a chair close beside
her.
"Daisy-" and with the sound ol
his voice the girl's heart throbbed
tremulously-"my dear little Daisy,
this farce of ours must come to an
end. I have been forcing mysell
to endure it for your sake, girlie,
but'-and the tears sprang to his
eyes-"I can't stand it any longer.
I never meant to have let youknow.
Heaven knows how I have tried tc
conquer the hopeless love I have
always had for you; but Daisy, my
darling, because I-it is h terrible
farce for me to be calm."
And Daisy listened, her cheelb
slowly gathering delicious pink con,
fusion, and then she lifted hei
sweet, shy eyes.
"Eric, if you would like to have
it teal-"
He was on his feet in asecond
eager, imperious.
"Have it real? Real that yot
love me, Daisy, y'iean?"
"That I wouldn't have Lumley i1
he- were to go down on his knees
and that, since you and I have beer
engaged just in fun, I-I-"
She could not say what her sweel
eyes, her blushes said so eloquent
ly, and he caught her in his arms
in adlirium of rapture. .
"You love me, Daisy? My darl
ing, miy dearest, you love me? You
will be my wife-my own, own
wife?
And she lifted her lips to be kissed,
and whispered "Yes" just as Lum
ley Warner, with a muttered curse,
crept away from beside the window,
like another serpent cteeping away
from paradise.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
From our own Correspondent.
THE FIRST TASTE OF SUMMER-DE
PARTURE OF THE BIRDS OF SONG
-THE "DUDE," WHAT HE IS AND
WHAT HE LOOKS LIKE-PILOT
AND HIS BRAINS-FOR LABOR AND
FOR LOVE-A SUPPLY OF WOMEN
FOR THE WEST.
NEW YORK, April 20, 1883.
New York has at last assumed
her summer garb. The avenues
and streets are filled with lovely
women attired in the height of
fashion, the invisible bonnet so
called, constituting a conspicuous
feature of the toilet.
The season having closed, the
birds of song have taken wings to
more congenial quarters. Yester
day Mesdames Neilson and Albani
left on steamer Gallia for Europe,
and never since the Atlantic steam
ferry was established has there
been such a scene of fuss and
feathers and flowers as took place
on the Cunard dock when the noble
vessel was about to sail. The
lavish expenditure of flowers in
miniature ships, miniature houses
and what not, the flowing of cham
pagne, while the great singers were
kissing and hugging their friends
was something extraordinary. And,
oh, the dudes that were present in
full force, waving a goodbye with
their perfumed hankerchiefs as the
Gallia slowly steamed out, thai
made every one feel sorry that
these chaps must hit upon some
device how to spend their leisure
evenings now that the opera is at
an end and Saratoga and Newport
are yet at considerable distance.
The "dude," you must be aware,
is a creature of modern New York.
You'll see him in Chicago by-and
bye. He dresses in tight pants,
very tight cut away coat, a high
collar with a delicate silk scarf,
ais away down the throat, but the
collar s6- high that the fellow him.
self has the appa ce of a jackass
looking over a wile"wall.s The
"dude's" hat is in shape of a befl,
and the cane he carries-in fact, a
dude must at all times be caned
is very delicate with an exquisite
knob. Aside of this the dude as.
sumnes the cockney mannei' ol
speaking, "and you know" an&iE
an institution sui generts which yoG
must see to beable to admire. His
numbers are rapidly increasing in
New York and any one entering
a cafe or a theatre finds himseli
surrounded by dudes.
Some jealous newspaper man nas
started the story that Barnuni
hoaxed the reporters when the an.
nouncement was made of the kill
mng of the big elephant Pilot and
that the brute died a natural death.
"Radix" can contradict this au.
thoritatively, for he was preseni
when they fired repeated shots iit
the heart, skin and flesh; further
more he was on the jury when the
post mortem was made and thE
brain taken out for further exam
ination. It should be known thai
insanity is a very common diseast
among elephants, and that really
was the cause of Pilot's ferociouw
pianks. The Veterinary Surgeon
to whom the brain was handed ove1
for analysis- has just reported thai
mortification had set in too quickly
for him to be able to determine
whether Pilot was really duding thE
latter part of his life non compos
mentis.
News reached here two days ag<
from the far west that there is a
great scarcity of women in certaib
sections, and a telegram to tha1
effect was also received by the
superintendent of the Labor Bureat
in Castle Garden. Hardly had th<
news been communicated among
the female immigrants who just not
arive here in large numbers, whex
there was a contest between thE
Swedes and Irish as to who shouk
shippennd drt. The latter weri
}ready to go to work, the former
were ready to -get married. In
order to provide for both contin
gencies, the supply of labor and
love, the erudite Mr. Jackson, the
superintendent alluded to, made up
a party half of Swedes and half of
Irish, and the same eienj1g the
cosmopolitan crowd were:huddled
together on a western-bound train,
the jolliest party that ever leftNew
York. RADI.
THE WICKEDIST TOWN.
At a Baptist ministers' meeting
in New York on Tuesday the Rev.
Harvey Wood of England, who has
just returned from Leadville after
resigning the pastorate of the Lead
ville Baptist Church, said:
"When you ask me to speak
about Leadville you give me a big
text. Briefly, my experience as a
pastor was this: When I was -in
vited to accept the pastorate in
headville I was informed by letters
that there were 130 members in the
church, that the church building
would seat 500. persons, and a par
sonage was ready for me. The
facts were, I found out when I got
there, that the, church seated 140
persons, that there were 49 church
me iers, and that the parsonage
hal been sold and the church so
ciety was'$600 in debt. As to the
standard of christianity in Lead
ville, it is not exalted. For in
stance next to the church building
was a blacksmith shop, and on
Sundays the blacksmiih was always
busy. As I did not believe that
pounding and expounding go to
gether on Sunday, I went out just
before the sermon and asked the
blacksmith to stop. The .'black
smith told me to go to a place con
siderably warmer than Florida, and
added that he - was working for a
member of my church. And sure
enough, there stood the Treasurer
of the: church having his horse
shod.
"Gambling is licensed, and so is
rum. Last year $6,000 was paid
for rum license, and $10 a table in
the gambling hells. I-did my-level
best to get some of my people to go
into some of these gambligplaces,
but they were afraid, for murder is
an every-day affair. I went, into
many places, and I think -Leadville
is the wickedest town on earth."
The Rev. Dr. 'Merrill, of Roches
ter, reviewed the condition of the
theological seminaries, and noted
with :sorw that the number of
theological students is gro*ing less
nnd less. In the Baptist aienomi
nationthe r iot enough to take
the~places of the ministers as they
die.
THE TELEPRONE. .
An editor in a country town
where the teleplhone had been in
t;roduced, was away from the offie
and wanted to see the boy in his
establishment, and called up his
partner.
"Hello, Jim."
"Hello."
"Give me the devil."
Then there was a buzz, and the
editor heard: "All right, you
durned old catamaran of the
Rockies; you miserable long pica
ink-slinger, with more nose into
other people's business 'than your
own; you ain't worth a splinter
when sawlogs are selling for a cent
on long time, and a -man thatZtakes
your apology of anewspaper atP$
per year in advance is^only^eons
tributing that much to the peopagan
tion of vice; you slab-sided, whopk
per-jawed, cross-eyed, pigeoAntoed,
knock - kneed, bald-headed, ly
blown, ichthyosaurus of the valley,
you ilez lectularius on the -body
politic, you-" but the editor shut
it off with a slamn and a bang, and
it 'took his partner a week toex
plain that when a man wanted
him to give anybody the devil, he
thought he wanted it straight, and
didn't have any reference to a poor,
harmless boy in a printing office.
A man was once told that the
very boys laughed at his inging.
"Aye," said he, "then I must learn
to sing better."
The softest road is not always
the best road. It is on the smooth
Iice we slip. A rough path is usually
safer for our feet.
Adsmm.atms
and nsefe
on sore.
Nodeesotmeetiags,obitundesand '
adedeauu
8npild NotIs oaa cho ti y
JOB ,.gA
DO Nn WITRR-A!s A D . -
TERMS CASKY
GREENVILLE ,E E
Within the limits=_of GreenvfBe
county and. city wenwinmaesid
sell:
Cotton yan.
Cotton cloth,
-Cotton plaids
Furniture of alku i
Sashes and blin--!
Wagons,, carriages;a bugge,
Paper,
Harness,
Cotton seed oil and meel
Fertilizers,
Machinery,
Lard,
Steam engines;.
Cotton ins, 9
Leather,
Whiskey,
Wine, -
SawMills, "
Sashes and blinds,
- attresses, - -
Hominy,;mealand fhur; ' _
More than two thousand peaii
make their living-by these
tures which keep a" oiei fa
thousands of dolars=.thitused
be, sent away ;i. d
thousands mues t1
among the ' rai jnvm
farmers. Grienvie ad
county in "the nu bber d -
of her manumfdturing
and in the number= offiplew"e t
pldyed in them, andnot one f
enterprises. enumer bik e '
failed to yield handboUeR
for the money invested
[Greenie .
-ESCAPING A sLuk3~
Tefollowing is ros "A Mdsier
tarn" in the Minneapolis s re
Iwiys.ig Cheyenne aiteie Jim hn4a4
got 'rch' and.p?eisaded ihmto gi
me that dog 'of his, nose. Iwe
Out huntin'~ one Iynear Lrw
rhen one..of $hem harricanes
up.and I didn't koyw bito
It wasi perraiuie a- '
could see the storp
two miles oE If
kietch me. iIf 'I i tha r*~
<degt so I jes toeik Tald
ole Bose's nose agin&
yelled "rats!" fou orter have ees
that dogscratch. Hetbwe
behind him like a bekn
4rjwed by twenty y~o'f
I heldo EEhstail and
ed. We ha t ~got in the -
more'n two hundreffeet wIjesn
st6rm struck 'us.j But Bose
skratehin'. I let himn go on
mile or se, but I told bim tgiles
,ybdit ever seed, beau he -
caught up with the rat, '
to the top Af gresa weit to
oli'e and started the4ikytp
found a cave. I made %00,
showin' tourisit5 that cave, bu
THAT WA& HAT.
A lady of this city v ~ h,
recently, and while~ in S l~'
saw a little Mormon boy ryor b
the street.
"What's :the miatter, my poor~
tie fellow?" she said, tenderly.
"Nothin'," sobbed the boy.
"Has any one been
you?"
"Yes'm?'
"Who?"
"Da4." *~
9%Me you a mother?
'Yun~ di-n -it! That's
of em ahady, anddd'
mi:edeashother. That'
m6,'andI'doet cafWbG
aol donI,- and PI
head off and dfe,~ an &he I
antheroL - 4
to her twogsi kesia
000, has 6,500:univerit
and Germany, ith&
43,000,000, has 22,500 stua~
her various univestis
Kate Kane, Milwaee
male lawyer threw a g -
into -the face of
the morning ofth
the Judge lnsal of~ st
not say hbw

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