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rHURSDAY AUGUST 23, 1883.
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THE NEWBERRY HERALD
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
TOWN, COUNTY AND STATE.
may be found-on file at Geo. P.
& WenAo?% Newspaper Advertising Bu
,3prooe Bt.) where advertising con
w may be made for itin New York.
- hS. Bowers, postmaster, atProsperity,
is our autboriaed agent at that place.
iNaDa To Nay ADssIsasRtsa
Greenville Military Institute.-Jno. B
D*eWestYemale Coilege:-J. P. Kennedy.
Died in this county on the in
stant James R. Sondley in his 2ld
The deceased was a most estimable
young man, a native of Abbeville Coun
ty, having removed here about a year.
ago to clerk for Mr. J. O. Havird; this
position he was compelled; by his dis
ease reeettly, to abandon and seek rest
at 'his ' aunt's-3frs. Sally Halfacre:
which rest he found only in death.
He was afflicted from childhood in
other ways also than by consumption,
.ad.. this combination of afflictions
wrought in him, as afflictions often do,
the placid and cheerful Christian
The funeral services were conducted
Sunday afternoon last, by the Rev. Mr.
McClintock, at the Associate Reform
ed church of this town, and the re
y4mains interred at Rosemont Cemetery.
110 bbls. Fresh Stone Lime, of super
ior quality, just from the Kilus
At S. P. BOOZER'S.
aug. 1, 31-4t.
Pine and oak wanted at the HERALD
office, it will be taken in exchange for
subscription to the HERALD ofllce.
Peas and corn will also be taken in
the same way.
I have known and watched the use
of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) for over
Pity years, and never have known or
heard of its failure to cure any case of
-Blood Poison whea properly taken.
' H. L. DENNA1D. Perry, Ga.
The Rev. A. A. Gilbert requests us
to olve the f"l"oing '.otice:
' Te protracted meeting of Hope
well Chu'ch, North Newberry Circuit,
111ll com:mnenee Saturday next (25th).
?rof. W. W. Duncan will preach Sat
urday at 11 o'clock and Sunday at 11.'
We acknowledge receiving an invita
'tion from Mrs. J. A. Long to a pic-nic
at Bethel Academy on the 24th. We
.far we must nu.'ber this with- many
other pleasant occasions of like kind,
to which bad health has deprived of us
enjoying. If not present in person.
however, we will be in spirit.
Broke His Leg.
Ont Wednesday last JT. M. Crotwell
wsworking in his saw mill, when one
ofhis legs was accidentally caught in
2 the carriage. Before he could extri
cat hmsef he egwas broken. The
injure membr wasquitebalsh
tered. D.Stoddard set telimb.. ie
~moving several pieces of bone.-Green
A very neat cataloguc of the Clinton
oleeand High School for the pre
set year, comes to us bearing the
imprint of the Clinton Printing House.
We are pleased to see this evidence
of improvement in the Art Tyographic.
There are 85 students in the college.
Rev. Win. P. Jacobs is the President,
and Prof. W. S. Lee, A. M., in charge
of the Collegiate Department.
A Serious Accident.
* Mr. J. Aiken Keller, a son of Mrs.
F. A. Keller, while out hunting oi
last Saturday, was aecidentily shot
by a negro who was along with him.
The whole load entered both thighs
and Inflicted a very painful wound.
We are glad to hear, however, that he
is d.oing very well ander the circum
str.nees, Mr. Keller is a student of
Newberry College, and a youth of con
siterable promise.--Times and Democrat.
An Early Fall.
Naturalists and hunters predict an
early fall this year. It is said that
several species of migratory birds which
usually pass through this section on
their way south about the middle of
September, have been killed in the
suburbs and on the islands, being a
month in advance of their usual time.
The large congregation of swallows,
too. is pointed out as another indica
tinof the,aproaeh of the fall season.
The'Kntfe and the Stick.
*A difficulty occurred last Friday
between Ex-member of the legislature
and ex-bigamist, Thomas Keitt, col.,
and Mr. Bartow Caldwell, during which
Keitt was cut in several places by Mr.
Caldwell with a pocket knife. The
. latter received some severe blows on
the arm from a stick in Keitt's hand,
breaking the small bone of the arm.
The wounds, though painful, are none
of them considered dangerous. The
difficulty arose out of a dispute about
"Life is a span, a fleeting hour;
How soon the vapor fles!
Man is a tender. transient flow'r
That e'en in blooming dies."
-.Died July 15th, near Beth Eden, of
-Congestion of the Brain, Rufus Carlisle,
infant son of Albert C. and Amelia
flr.td2 years and 7 months. The
ie snkeri) was sick but two days
'and a night. His death creates~a
vacaney in the hearts of his parents
that Is hard to bear. May the grc of
God enable them to be resignedi to His
will, and submissively say, "The Lord
a, and the Lord hath takea aw"ay;
besdbe thre name of the Lord.
Of euck is the kingdom of heacen.
J. D. Savanr.
A Dastardly Deed.
About midnight of Tuesday some
miscreant shot into the dwelling houses
of Tobe Dawkins and Jack Whitener,
worthy colored citizens .of the town.
The load entered Dawkins's house on
the side where stands'his bed atid bare
ly missed his, wife thee asleep... The
shot into Whitener's house also in
dicated an intention to do personal in
Themissives used seemed to be min
nie balls beaten out aptl :ut tip into
"The p hrties have a clue' to the mat
ter, and will ferret it oyt.
Dye at Ome Now.
Our lady readers are respectfully and
at the .samethe. cheerfully informed
that oll things are -done away with.
and th.-t Dr. -8. F. Fant will, show
them how to take on with:the new. In
the meau time we tell them that the
plan of senling garments off.to a dyer,
and paying exorbitant prices for dying
can now be obviated, by getting a ten
cent package of the beautiful dye
powder, of any shade of color which
may be desired, and acomplishing the
job at home. We advise them to see
the samples At Dr. Fant's.
An examination will be held at the
office of the State Superintendent of
Education on the 30th instant to sup
ply four vacancies in the number of
Peabody scholarships allowed this
State at the Nashville Normal College.
The examination will embrace spelling,
reading, penmanship. grammar and
analysis, geography, (civil and physi
cal,) arithmetic, algebra and . United
It is deemed very important to fill
these vacancies with the best mnaterial
available, so that the State may receive
the benefits offered by the scholarship.
The public, will -soon have the new
postal notes, the limit of their prepara
tion being. September 3. They will
prove a great convenience, as the send
er can transmit any sum from one
cent to five dollars. The New York
Tribune illustrates the convenience of
the new arrangement by stating that
"a lady living out of town who wants
to send $3.79 to a dry gofods store: in
New York will hand that: sna and 3
cents fee, to the postmaster. He will
give her an order with the figure three
punched in the dollar column, the
figure seven in the column of dimes,
and the fgure. nine in the column of
cents. This is simple and ea y, and
offers no chaince of fraud."
Mr. Eddor:-TL , senior editor.
I mean, I don't know the junior.
I have been *r1ting verses lately and
send you a specimen for the HERALD.
Please be candid and tell me what you
think of the specimen.
I want to be a bird.
A be:iutiful bird
With voice not loud.
But which can be heard
In the morning time,
Signing its hymn,
As it swings from limb;
None so happy as him.
To be candid, Bertha, we don't like
the idea of your wanting to be a bird,
particularly a him bird, you would be
obliged to wear feathers. and you
would be rocked and shot at by
ugly boys. No. don't be a bird. Your
verses are superb, and give evidence
that you have the divine affiatus to
a considerable extent, let us have ten
yards of the same kind.
What Sniffles Saw.
Ihave not been out much lately by
reason of indisposition, but from my
broad and spacVious pizarro', where I1
sit in the haze of the actting sun, I see
somewhat of things going on. I saw
'a poor seedy chap a few afternoons
ago zi-zg wth ncrtan sepby
a br-rom hi boodsht eeslooked
in at the door as he passed by. What
he saw weakened him, it was too much,
his legs tottered, and he leaned against
the wall. He tried to straighten but
his spinal column would not let him.
He inserted his right hand in his right
breeches pocket, and felt arolind in all
its corners for-a dime that existed only
in his imagination. Then the left han(I
was thrust into the other pocket, and
and both hands worked and fumble d
around after the dime that wasn't
there. Poor fellow, it was hard to
realize the fact. Slowly he withdrew
his hands and closely examined his
clenched fingers in hope that the cove
ed coin lay. between one or othes
of them. But it wan't there. He
He ardently desired a dime, and his
appetite craved a drink. Again an~d
again did he make a dive, with a per.
severance worthy of a better cause,
but with no better success. At last
the shades of night hid the sight from
view. Poor fellow, how I pitied him.
and how I longed to rush out and hell
him-in his search for that liime. He
had finally to pass.
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I am verging on eighty years, and deemi
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century. I know the last forty-three years o
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measles, searlet fever, and whooping cough
In all female troubles and weakness I hayi
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JOHN H. MANN.
Gov. and Mrs. Hagood went up to
their river place yesterday,
Miss Hattie Keitt. A this county, is
among the visitors at Glenn's Springs.
Mr. John S. Fair left Tuesday for
Cokesbury, but is exp,eted back to-day.
Thomas S. Moorman. Esq., is expe. t
ed home from Nashville this afternoon.
Maj. John P. Kinard has returned
from, Glenn' Springs., perfectly re
That wide awake merchant, Geo.
McWhirter, is back from his visit to
Miss Bessie Cannon has returned
from. a visit t:, friends at Seneca City.
Mrs. J. B. Campbell. from Spartan
burg, is or, a visit to her daughter. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. P. Goggans left.
Tuesday for Glenn's Springs. We
wish th m a pleasant an( beneficial
Dr. .Cannon and Mr. Herb:;rt Boul
ware and family havo returned from a
pleasant jaunt to V, oodrnff's and other
points in the "Piedmont Belt."
Last Sunday made the fifth visit to
Newberry of the Rev. C. H. Pritchard,
who occupies the pulpit of the Rev. R.
Mr. J. A. Crotwel- went to Green
ville Tuesday to see his brother, who
has'been in a critical condition since
he broke his leg last week.
Misses Kate and Alice Mayer, after
a pleasant visit of two or three weeks
to friends at Lexington C. H.. return
ed home last Friday.
Mr. E. W. Thomason has removed
his auctioneering establishmeit to the
store under the. Opera House once oc
cupied by the Messrs. Koppel.
Hon. W. D. Hardy and Trial Justice
)aybin were in town Monday; they
fear that the rain came too late in the
Maybinton section to do much good.
Hon. Y. J. Pope abseut from the
town on a business trip to New York,
is expected back to-morrow. Alder
man Hunt occupies the Mayor's chair
during his absence.
The Rev. R. D. Smart reached Green
wood on Saturday last from Render
sonville. He will remain there until
the 1st of September, and will preach
here the first Sabbath in that month.
The Right Rev. Bishop Howe will
visit this parish on the first Sunday,
being the 2d day, of September. He
will administer the rite of confirma
tion to several candidates in the fore
noon of that day at St. Luke's church.
Mr. Chazal, State Chemist, spent
several days of this week in our town;
the guest of Mr. Bowman. He is one
of the most thorough and progressive
young chemists and mining engineers
in the State.
Mr..G. A..Maffett returnec from his
Western trip Monday-full of it. He
said he and Mr. Goree were in the fifth
story of the Kimball Hodse when it
caught that Goree was frightened
terribly, but. he, not a bit. On the
return from Louisville he left Mr.
Goree at Chattanooga.
Postmaster Boone left Tuesday for
Baltimore where he will seek medical
advice- as to a troublesome throat.
During his absence. his worthy lieuten
ants, Messrs. Gus. Houseal and J:mes
Kinard efliciently discharge the duties
of the Postoffice.
Miss Julia Hunter went up Tuesday
to her uncle's-Mr. Jacob L. Aull-to
be present at the nuptials of her couslin,
Miss Rowena Aull, who marries Mr.
Daniel. formerly a student of New
berry college, nowv a Methodist minis
.The Rev. A. A. Gilbert, and his son,
the Rev. Thomas Gilbert, of the South
Carolina Conference, preached the first
in the morning, and the second in the
evening, at the George Street Method
ist church, on Sunday the 12th inst.,
at New Haven, Conn. The Register
of that city says ,that 1)oth sermons
Mr. Kelly, one of the great team
engaged in the Newberry store of Mr.
D. C. Flynn, has been called to the
Union store. We understood that Mr.
Flynn will open another first-class
store in the town of Anderson. It
will require considerable tact and no
little vim to run three stores, but as
he is largely imbued with all the re
quisities, we look soon for him to he
ranked among the South Carolina
Since the rains eerything lbas put onl
new life; cotton and corn are doing
finely and we in this section hope to
make at least i of a crop.
Chappells is now dignified with a
dancing school. Prof. Berger, the
dancing master of the South, is with
us and will open a school this week.
For several nights past the hunter's
horn has been heard in the land.
Twice have we been aroused from
sweet slumbers to join the chase after
old Reynard, and although a hundred
hounds bayed deep and strong and a
hundred voices cheered them on, sly
Reynard proved himself too wiry and
each time gained his liberty.
We are represented at the grand 4;ie
position by Mr. George T. Reid ad
Mr. Rob,ert Williams and family who
-were at home a few days last week
have returned to the Mountain City to
stay until frost.
The protracted meeting which has
been in progress at Cross Roads for
several days has been well attended
and characterised by great religious
Lewis W. Sinkins;Esq., of your town
was with us a few days last week. We
are always glad to see him in these
parts. Mr. Rallerson also paid us a
There was a gand barbecue at Nine
ty-Six last Friday; the object of which
was to raise funds to repairethe village
academy, to bring the people together
for social intercourse and to inspire
them with a greater interest in educa
tion. In each of these particulars the
day was a success. A large sum wvas
realized, every one enjoyed himself
and instructive speeches were deliver
ed. Col. Coward, in our opinion,
among the foremost of the State's
scholars and orators, first spoke. He
felt it wvas unnecessary to urge the
importance of education here-the home
of integrity and enlightenment, but
they should all take an active part in
advancing the cause of education. As
to our present free school system, he
was aware of the manyobjections rais
ed against it, and in some particulars
it might be beneficially amended, but
upon the whole it was in his o'pinion
the most effectual and economical
mode of giving a genera] diffusion of
knowledge-the only security for a
well regulated society. He urged -the
people to uphold the system and let- it
confer its blessings on white and black.
Congressman Aiken next spoke and
differed in toto from Col. Coward -on
the free school system. He thotight
the system not suited to so sparsely
a settled county as -ours. He u-e
Mr. Silas Feaster who wrote to the -
New York News Co., will please call
at the Newberry HERALD office, and
get the information desired. That
company having written to us on the
"D. D. W.," writing from Wood
rufl's. S. C., to the Greenville Xews,
says: "Dr. Cannon, from Newberry,
has been up with a view of purchasing
a house here. We hope he will cast in
his lot with us."
Ti doctor says he likes that coun
try very much, but tit the property
ownters at Woodrufl'c have "their sights -
a lelle tno high."
There is a laudable effort on foot'to -
organize here a society for the Pre
vention of Cruelty to Animals. A
meeting for thi= purpose will be held
at an early day, of which due notice
will be given. Mr. W. H. Hunt, Jr.,
has with much appropriateness taken
the initiative in this matter. We say
appropriateness, for it is to his uncle,
Gen. Ike Hunt. that the societyof this
kind in Greenville pwes its origin and
present useful existence.
Last week we mentioned that Dr.
Simpson had been beaten, and that the
cause of the beating was unknown. The
following special to the Sunday News
gives the cause:
WINNSBORO,' S. C., August 18.
The circumstances giving rise to the
reeent assault upon Dr. Isaiah Simp
son, a dentist of this place are as fol
fows: About the year 1874, or a little
earlier, Dr. Simpson took into his
family a white orphan girl, who was
then somewhat over six years of age.
There she remained until last October,
when she left under circumstances giv
ing rise to the suspicion that there had
'been improper relatiota between Siinp
son and herself. In June last it 'was
reported that the girl had become a i
mother in North Carolina. Simpson,
when approached upon the subject,
acknowledgd his crime. He was at
once expelled from the church of which
he was a member.
On the night of the 8th inst., as
Simpsoi was returning from prayer
meeting, in company with his sister,
he was approached by a patty of mask
ed men, numbering six or eight, and
seized, and considerably though, as it
now turns out, not very severely beat
en. Two of the men laid hold of the
lady, holding her in order to prevent
her interference. She was somewhat
bruised, it is said, but she was not
struck and not hurt. The party gave
Simpson notice that he must leave
town in ten days. A day or two after.
wards he did leave, having first sold
all his property here. He has not been
The universal feeling in the com
munity, on Simpson's conduct, is one
of the utmost indignation and disgust.
There is no one who attempts to pal- re
liate his crime in the slightest degree. C,
This community have been especially tl
outraged by his producing a letter pur- ti
porting to come from the ruined girl, ti
i wIhich she assumes the blame of the at
disgraceful affair. As to the assault, 0
no sympathy whateveri. felt for Sinp 1
son, though, by some, it 's thought
that the time was ill chosen. There is
genera'disapproval of the seizing of
One of South Caroliia's most Promi
-- Postal Card I.
WALLAQEYILLE, FAIRFI.LD Co., S. C.
Gentiamen -The botte of Norman's Ne
tral's ing Cordial you sent me. lo.Iesit, I think e
bas'edfited the case to which [administer
:ed it, so:muchx so, that I am finclned to con
tinne-its me. If you w ill seed me another tt
bottle by express to Alston and prepay s
charges, I hope to be prepared then to send
you a certificate that it is a'good riedfcine in t<
thme treatment of the diseases which it is re- s
conimnded to reheve.+ I will forward the
money as' soon as I hear from you.
. J.MB. GLENN,MB. D.
Postal Card II.
W ALLACETILLE, FAarzust Co.. 8. C. -
May 19th, 1883.
deittemen :--The cases in wilich I pre
scribed Norman's Neutralizing Cordial, the
results have been satisfactory. I would
advise every fliy to keep a bottle of it in
the house and give it at the commencement I
o.f all stomach end bowel Irregularities.
3.- B. GLENN, M. D.
POST OFFICE, a
NUwBERRY C. H., S. C., Aug. 18. 1883
List of advertised letters for week ending
August 18, 1883:
Allen. Mrs. Harriet Myrick, Mrs. Eliza
Dobbins, Mrs. Sallie Parker, D). Phill.
Davenport, Richard Ramage, Sarah Ann
Evans, Miss Aldine Roberson, J. H. P.,
Hawkins. Dave Shepherd, Miss T1 T
Jones Miss Emiline Thompsoni, Miss Mary h
Lane, T. C. Williams. A. W. H. c
Lake; Robert Wright, Mrs. Alec.
Parties calling for letters will please say
If advertised. R. W. BOONE. P. 31. U
A colored man, on the planta-~
tion of Mr. J. J. Ziegler, seveny
miles from here, went to the field p
yesterday morning at 6 o'clock to o
shoot some squirrels that were eat. (
ing his corn. He saw a squirrel on
the fence and walked towards it, e,
and so intent was he on the killing a:
of the squirrel.that he passed a rat- V
tiesnake and was bitten without d
knowing it. He shot the squirrel t
and then shot the snake, when he
beganWtofeel the bite. He started
for his home, which was about a
half mile distant, but gtonld not
reach it without the 'assistance of a -
companion. Only apint of whiskeyj
could be had in the inmediate
neighborhood, and u ma w~ sent
to Midway to get more whisi and
a doctor, but- before the. whiskey]
and the doctor arrived the men was
dead.-Cor. News and Courier from
Midway, S. C.
Col. F. W. Dawson is once more
at the helm of the News and Courier,
having returned from the old coun
try, where he has been travelling
for the last ten months-principaily
on the Continent. He returns, we
trust, renewed in body and no doubt
inspired by the scenes of his travel
-thoroughly equipped to achieve
fresh and greater editorial fame.
By the way the Greenville News
feels now that United States Sena
tors will not be too rashly made. 3
The Right Hon. John Duke Cole-.
ridge, Baron Coleridge, Lor~d Chief
Justice of England, is now on the
ocean bound for this country. He
is grandnephew of the poet, Samuel i
Taylor Coleridge, sixty-two years I
of age, and a man of eminent judi
cial and social qualities. He ought
to call on Judge Heller while here-.
The watermelon season-in New h
York is virtually at an end. The re- p
ceipts from Southern ports have ~
been 414,838 m4ons, which were I
sold at wholesale at from 62 to 9j
education. Woman, he thought, should
be taught in the school to do every
tiina that she is called upon to do in
the dYomestic relations: the mechanic's
bench should be in the school and the
boy taught a trade. In the moral and
physical phazes of education the free
school system was deficient.
The distinguished Secretary of State.
Col. Lipseomb, followed Col. Aiken
and was like him opposed to the free
school system-indeed he was opposed
to any goreraneidal education. The
ante bellum system that produced such
men as"your own Calhoun and Mc
Dutie" was good enough for him. H,
closed his speech with an earnest :p
peal to the whites to educate their
ehildren at their own expense; in the
prrv"r shool, they would reeivc bet
ter training morally, mentally and
T,:, State S mnator from Edgetield,
(;ol. Cillison. (losed the :"gument. He
made a stron, appeal for the free
school s% sten. Unti! a better scheme
could bt .i--"'d : e was in for giving
c:u i,y "pport to that system. His
remarks on education generally were
especially eloquent. We do not like to
appear invidious, but must say that we
heard it whispered that Edgetield, as
usual, carried off the palm. An excel
lent dinner closed the performance.
We appreciate your remarks last
week on the death of our estimable
citizen. James W. Williams.
Various and all- About.
Good rains at last.
The weather is delightful.
Sow turnips, plant Irish potatoes.
An. excursion from Columbia to
Harriet Simkins. a respectable old
colored woman, died Tuesday night.
We -aw a man tbe other day
who was all voice. He needs squelch
Get your land ready for oats and
barley and sow largely when the time
comes for sowing.
We are anxiously waiting the time
when a little money will be paid in
Mr. Robert Moornan hs an addition
to his family. He is not a mother but
a father this time. A fine boy.
Clean your premises of all dead
vegetable matter aml all other filth,
otherwise the rains'will produce sick
Editors and printers all complain
of the heat, therefore it must be hot
when such uncomplaining men as they
are say so.
Dr. Cant on tells us that his neigh
borhood gives an old fashion. free
'cue' to-day, at John Calvin'. Thanks
for an 'invite!
The congregation of Stmyrna Church,
Newberry County, has extended a call
to the Rev. Walter Query. of Lancaster.
-News and Conrier.
The infantine wail is also heard] at
Mr. William Johnson's house. A fine
specimen again-bearing the nam; of
James McIntosh Johnson.
Dr. A. Page, Rushmore, 0.. says:
"I have prescribed Brown's Iron Bit
ters in several instances, and in each
case obtained good results.'
Do you want to make glad the heart
of one of-the bi it men in town? Par
up your subscription to the HERALD,
and he will skip. like a Jamb.
Shriner's Int.ian .Vermifuge is. per
fectly safe and easily administered. It
is cheap and will give satisfaction.
Try it. For sale by Dr. S. F.? Fant..
The Newberry Rifles drill every
evening now by squads, on the Ilamt
near the passe iger depot. Up and at
it, boys ! Inslee~tion day is near at
Our office is now supplied with all
the essentials-e o do first-class work,
and theu the work is (lone cheaip.
Large lot of pal er, cards and envelopes
to select from.
Look at the ( ate next your nmame on
the HERALD aibd you will see if your
time of subscril-tion has expired or not.
You will confer a favor on the editor
Prof. Hawkins. the blinid music
.teachmer, of Newberry. was in town
Wednesday night. He gave a musical
entertainnent at Capt. 'Lewis'.- Gil
bert Hollow KNews.
We hear that Mr. Henry H. Blease
and Fred'k Werber, Jr., Esq., have ap
plied to the Governor to be appointed
to -the office of Trial .Jnstice made
vacant by the resignation of Mr. Packer.
Now is the time to have your bill
heads, note heads and other kinds of
Job Printing done. If you want cheap
work, good work, and expeditious
work, bring your oralers to the HERALD
There seemstdi>e a sore feet epidemic
going the pounds among the children.
There.is one good thing about it--they
can'f-wdr shoes-as they should not
in ' smdir. Good, not only for
th . lren, but also for their parents'
Waffett, in narrating his Western
exyierie.nce, said "a river boatman took
me three-quarters .of a mile out on the
Qhio,for twenty-five cents.'' One of
is audienee remarked "Yes, and he
would have drowned you for two dollars
'and a half."
-The September Eclectic offers a
splendid table of contents. It is the best
magazine of its kind we receive, and
is worthy a place on every table in the
land. Published by E. R. Pelton, 25
Bond Street, New York. Terms $5
per year; single copy 45 cents.
Ben Hutchison amid Rube Greenwood,
two colored youths, 'hitched' Monday
about ten cents. Hlutchison was laid
out by a brick-bat on the head from
the hands of Greenwood, and continu
ed for some tinme in a comatose state,
but the negro skull as usual finally
triumphed over rock, and H'utchison
Thme member- of the Hook and Lad
der Company re quest and are worthy
of help in getting their uniforms. Sub
scription lists have been left at Messrs.
W. T. Tarranit's. B. H. Cline & Co.'s,
and Eduard Scholtz's; and all are ask
ed to lend a helping hand. An uni
form is necessary to give spirit to the
A correspondent of the New's and
Courier wvriting about the "Southern
Belles andBeaux" mentions our towns
men Col. Chris. Saber and the Hon.
George J6lmnstone. "Chris." has al
ready made his lame there, hence he
is spoken-of as "the familiar face of
that popular gentleman." CJol. John
stone.has just entered that arena of
fashionable Southern society and bids
fair there soon to 'shine.'
Messrs. J. B. Clarv & Co. ran an ex
cursion train from Prosperity to Green
ville last Friday, returning Monday
The length of their stay in Green
ville prevented their undlertaking be
ing a success financially. They, how
ever, had-a very enjoyable trip. Fronm
GreenvilIe they went on to Cresar's
Don't forget that
and elegant store,
Havird's.' From nm
Goods almost at
as we don't want tc
a few days for the ?
in selecting a stock
our store the
of Newberry and s
we will spread omi
large and attractvE
aug. 7, 32-tf.
Section 1178 of the General Statutes
quirer that all landowners in the
Dunty of Newberry shall remove from
Le running streams of water upon
tir lands all trash, trees. rafts, and
inber. during the months of Mareh
idi September in each year. Land
vuers are notified to comply with the
By order of the.County Commission
- JAS. K.. P. GOGGANS,
August 8th, 1883, 32-3t. Clerk.
We the findersigned comprising the
rm of McFall & Satterwhite do. here
y announce that said firm is dissolved
ri tutual consent.
All personls holding demanda of any
iaracter whatsoever against -sai firm
ill present the same to Dick S, Sat
~rwhite for settlement-he having as
*mwie payment thereof.
And all persons in anyw~ise indshted
>said firm will make payment toDick
.Satterwhite-who alone is authori
ed to colleet said indebtedness.
SJ. Y. McFALL,
.DICK S. SATTER WHITE.'
Newberry, S. C., August 3rd, 1883.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
.Court of Probate.
~. .Augustus Dickert and Mary C.
usannah Cromer, Sarah Dominick,
nd David Cromer, and John L. Cro
ier, William Cromer, and Martha Cro
Ier, heirs-at-law of Lemuel Cromner,
y deceased, Defendants.
Summont for Relief.
To the defendants, John L. Cromer,
iliam Cromer and 'Martha Cromer,
eirs-at-law of Lemuel Cromer, de
eased. . .
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the complaint and
etition in this action, which was filed
i the oficee of the Judge of Probate
>r said County, oai the first day of
[arch, 1883, and to serve a copy of
our answer to the said complaint and
etition on the subscribers at their
ifice at Newberry Court House, South
arolina, within twenty days after the
arvice hereof, exclusive of such
arvice; anid if you fail to answer the
:mplaint and petition within the time
foresaid, the plaintiffs in this action
ill apply to the Court for the relief
emanded in the complaint and peti
on. Dated August 1st, 1883.
[sEA L.] J. B. FE LLERS,
J. P., N. C.
JOHNSTONE & CBOMEE,
aug. 1, 31-60.
ring Your Work
Vhere It Can Be Executed
NEATLYT, CHEAPLY AND
~isitieg Card to a Poster,
With superior Presses, a large assort
ent of Job Type, good Ink, fine
aper and Cards of which a full stock
kept on hand, this office is fully pre-.
ared to do any and all kinds of work
ntrusted to it.
Wries Lower than the Lewest.
A call solicited and satisfa''hn
.Wm Jdvertfse se*ts.
M O V AL;
Cloud & Smith will move September 1st to their new
(now being built by Mr. Crotwell), opposite J. 0.
3w till September 1st come to the Old Stand and buy i
mur Ownm Prices,
c move any Goods to our new Store. We will leave in .
1Torthern Markets and
B NITlI1t TIIM NOR KONY r
that will suit our customers. We propose to nake
econd to none in the Up-Couitry. Having met with
(D OUR EXPECTATIONS,
selves more than ever this Fall, and will lay in a very
OUEd & Smih,l.
['HE NE.WBERRY CLOTHIERS.
JOH NSONi & FI EW
The Racin Farm and :Warehouse F
" m . as -a .
*r - ---
J u ly; 2 03 . . ;. O t 0 i l
Newfad Seaonal " G .dzI
Are bemg received ever da%y Our Stock is ;
large and complete in aldepartments.
Spring and Summer Goods
In all uine wUl1be offered at great Bargain
C. BOUKNIGHT, EXR. & 00
March 28 13 tf OUBI,~
Important Notice. 'DEWEST
.Buying and selling for ~CL.&~
I am enabled to offer to the public YUHA~
IMPORTED AND AMERICAN
(JIGAR8 AND T6DA(J(O,
also the linest and best French Brandies,
for family uise, at prices which dIefy
PORTNR'~ TVOIA EERe&mk,bes.G_.S.ag.
forfamlyuse oe dzenPit Bttes AwE'nS ?0 Hmfar.r.st
Poteg8-1y cu OCOf o ih~PU
tion. Withathanks for former*pa*ron
Unde Nebery Opra ous . odren i~a . 't1 mo .
june 1~24-morice . a t hos..per4 ttle
Ao bail bok, ontain ning BOe PAYNE'in rkare t.iZg
atuidrder Poila og. rec ie mp ta.n Ifn nsaie
tion. With tanks at. formrparon.
BooKLE TNE, i 1f4P
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