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of our townsman, Mr.
tied in Atlanta, Ga., on
.e the 1h-of October.
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deathof . Duncan, of
Hall. He was born on the 30th
1810, and died on the morn
t e 31st, yesterday. One week
e was stricken down with paraly- I
he third stroke, and convulsions 4
was a mar of fine char
bving been for long years a
member of the , Baptist
H was a man af untiring en
ar :unremittidg industry, even
ere and yellow leaf." He
have:ad, and doubtless did have, ]
griefs and troubles, but
notward seeming, his life towed
and placidly on, and his many l
who have for long years felt
of his life among their ]
lves knew in that life no guile.
ad. d neighbor and an honest I
bo did his duty as he knew it; ]
ay hearts are saddened at his
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Weupsilnce Sep't. 1st, 1883. 7106 B.
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The best Buggy and Wagon Harness
For the price, at PEOPLES & JOHN
g N 44-4t
Adesirable room over Pelhamn's
Wew Drug Store. Call at Pelhamn's
ad ascertain price. 43-tf.
IUlE LOT QF
NJ1SOMBE CABBAGE & APPLES
40 -tf. T. Q. BOOZER, Agt.
T used Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) for
~.badl case of Blood Poison from Ma
Sania, and am satisfied that it saved my
ifeaslwas given upto de.
C. G. SPENCER,
Sup't Gas Works, Rome Ga.
enotiee with pleasure the advertise
Nentof Mr. A.H. Kohin, of Prosperity,
ho offers his entire stock of Shoes, at 1
aot,. he has also a 1lrstelass line of
ER2Wuer Notions, &c., equally as low,1
Mr. Sammie Birge can be found with i
Rea tenew advertisement of Mr.
W. T. Tarrant, in this weeks issue,
one thing he s th has marked
Ial-of his gosdown, and their is no
enh& of i. Go and see his "clowns,"
hhas four,lit will do you good to see
them, they are always ready to wait
upon you, and give you bargains.
We are in receipt of the neatly prin
ed Eighth Annual Report of the
Thornwell Orphanage, of Clinton,S. C.,
which was p rinted at their office. We
noticed in looking over its pages, the
'vast improvements, which have been
aduringthe year, it also pleases
uscvry to notice the Assistant
Teacer, Miss Laura Whaley, who is
well known here.
aA when She was Young.
KI have used Parker's Hair Balsam
and like it better than any similar pre
usainI know of," writes Mrs. Ellen
wife of Rev. P. Perry, of Cold
SbokSprings, Mass. "My hair was al
most entirely gray, but a dollar bottle
Sothe Balsam bas restored the softness,
nd the brown color it had when 1
S-was young-not a single gay hair left.
$.Since I began applyimg te Balsam my
bai hasstopped falling out, and I find
ha tis a perfectly harmless and
greeable dressing." ~.2-w
A few dyago,ngo man charged
with cruelty to animals, was consult
Ilg his attorney, when he said-"Pve
been warned to work the road on Mon
day and Tuesday." This called forth
the Informationi-"You are under bond
'4sppear at court, and you must be
~Pbere." Whereupon the sable innocent
-asked, with a face that was "childlike
nbland," "Can dey make me pay my
tars?' 'And his countenance wore a
edexpression as he was informed,
Dey can." He cannot yet understanld
Swhy a negre undr Indictment, should
Snot beexempted from the payment of
$ea:, Briddles, Back
iandi, HarnesOAl d Traces &.,at bo
7i, eat PEOPLES &JOHN
3_ Hardare Store. 4 -4t,
A large proportion of the readers of
he HERALD are farmers, many of
hom desirea great deal more of farm
ng literature than we are able to give
n ourlimitedspace. To aceomnodate
ill such we have made arrangements
ith the publishers of the American
armer to give it as a premium for one,
rear to everysubscriberof the HERALI
rho pays his .subscription in advance.
rhe American Farmer is a large 18
aage paper, published at Fort Wayne, ,
[nd., the subsc tion price of which
R.0 per year. .veryfarmer in New
erry, and contiguous Counties should
tvail himself-of this magnificent offer. I
A FULL LINE OF
Clothing, &c. &c.,
Can be found
At the LOWEST PRICES,
I the OLD ESTABLISMENT
It certainly seems reasonable that a
eialst who gives his constant atten
n to chronic diseases should acquire
i valuable experience and a proficiency
which should make his opion of es
yeciai value. Therefore those who
ave long suffered ill health, or merely
elt themselves . "out of sorts," and
Tave failed to get relief from advice of
home physicians, should take adyant
wge of the liberal offer of free consul
ation and advice made by Dr. E. B.
?oote, of f20 Lexington Ave., N. Y.
)ity. A practice of over thirty years
mnables him to discover at once the na
ure of obscure affections, and to offer
>uggestions for cure or relief which are
are to be plain and direct to the point.
prank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
The number for November, like its
,redecessors, is extremely interesting,
ntertaining and instructive. The en
,ravings are voluminous, and as varied
is the articles they illustrate. The
olored plate frontispiece .is an artistic
rem. N. Robinson's contribution,
'The Ancient and Honorable Artillery
)ompany of Boston," and those on
'Mad Monarchs," 'The Land of the
[ion and Sun," "Book Decoration,
istorical and Artistic," "The Tombs
f Mitla, in Mexico," etc., will well re
ay the reader. There are Serial and
3hort Stories, Sketches, Adventures,
Poemns, etc., by Amanda Douglas, Os
:ar Doyle, Ellice Hopkins, Mrs. Jane
. Austin. Etta W. Pierce, Mary A.
Denniso. aptain Kemeys, etc., etc.,
nd a large and varied Miscellany, re
)lete with information and entertain
nent. There are 128 quarto pages,
mnd over 100 embellishments. Price
15 cents a number, or $3 a year, post
aid. Mrs. Frank Leslie, Publisher,
3, 55 and 57 Park Place, New York.
STRIKE IN NEWBERRY-THE
The old members of the police force
if Newberry resigned on Tuesday.
le interviewed Mr. Henry T. Fellers,
rho has for some time been Chief of
olice, with the hope of ascertaining
he true inwardness of the resignation.
L'he regular force consisted of the
3hief and four poliemren, but some
ime ago Mr. Davis was detailed to as
it Mr. Jackson, the street overseer ;
bsequently Mr. Stoddard resioned
om the force ; and, for several sys,
mickness has rendered. Mr. Sill unfit
or active duty. These circumstances
aled for the appointment of other as
istance on the force, and th3 Town
jounel elected Mr. John Henry Chap
pell, Monday night placing him on a
evel with Chief Fellers: their salaries
The Chief has a sort of 0aupervisory
uridiction, and is expected to see that
he other members of the force are
lthful in the discharge of their duties.
)wing to this fact, together with
>ther duties peculiar to his officee, his
malary is somewhat in excess of that
eeeved by any other member of the
orce. The salary of the Chief is $40 a
nonth, and that of the other members,
35 each. The conceil, then, gave
issatisfaction, not by electing Mr.
Thappel, for he was formerly on the
orce, and was universally regarded as
f efficient officer, but by giving him
salary as- large as that received by
:he Chief who has been a.ctive inythe
service of the $own, and by promoting
ur, a new member, ahove the old
nembers of the force. These are the
:ircumstances of the case as we an
lerstand them. As to the mecirts of
;he change, the members of the Coun
:11 are the best judges ; but our poliec
force -as, in our judgment, been an
slcient one, and we regret that the
city Fathers do not feel able to. in
rease all the salarie.s-they are all too
small. The resignat ioni were promptly
cepted, Tuesday afternoon.
A WITESS WORTH HEARING.
3REAT CONSTERNATION AT MATHEWv
SON'S HOTEL, WESTMINSTER, S. C.
-A LIFE SAVED ! IT IS Now
HIS VADE MECUM.
Mr. H. C. Erminger of the firm of
Erminger & Goldsmith, large Can dy
nadacturers Atlanta Ga., cheerfully
ad gratefully, gives us the following
"I reached Westminster August the
19th.. that night I was seized with a
violent attack of Cholera Morbus.
Fifteen actions on the bowels occurred
in less than four hours. The pains
kept on increasing and the actions on
my bowels were more frequent. The
asal remedies, Paregoric, Jamaica
Singer, &c. The symptoms were
growing worse and these remedies
rere more than useless. By a lucky
id happy thought Norman's Neutral
iig Cordial was procured and one
lose, in a few minutes, brought marked
relief, and four or live more effected a
samplete emue. Before T4began the use
ff this medicine, I was in the greatest
igony, my bowels unchecked, and I
was so complete1'- exhausted as
Iearcely to be able to speak above a
whisper. The relief was so sudden and
s complete, that I could hardly realize
it. and I knew no bounds to the expres
sion, of my gratitude for the remedy
that saved me from Impending death.
[ now feel, 1 am doing a serivce to my
fellow-men in letting them know its
merits that they also may have its aid
in time of their danger.
The travelin salesmen of the Whole
sale Grocery turmn of A. C. Wyly, At
lanta, Ga., Mathewson the Hotel pro
prietor, and others will cheerfully tes
tify to the above facts."
Truly and gratefully yours,
H. C. EMrNGEE.
CITY BY THE SEA.
C.sABLSTON, Oct, 25, 1883.
Dear Herald :-It is pleasant to be i
the dear old city, the city of so many
recollections; the home of our boy
hood and some of our riper years ; the
place too to which we can come occa
sionally and throw off the cares and toils
of life. It is pleasant too, to get here I,
on time 10.50, as I did last night ; no
delays, no burning boxes, no acci
dents, switches all right, engineer
wide-awake and sober-they are al- 1
ways in this happy condition-ond:ie
toraffable, accommodating, kind-Capt.
Gilbert; I say it is pleasant for it does
not run in such -easy grooves every
time, as my experience proves. I was
kindly met by Mr. John Arnold, safely
deposited in a comfortable hack, rap
idly transported to Mr. R. Arnold's
tent on Chapel street, met by a couple
sisters with considerable affection,L
shown to bed and slept. This morning
I woke under the impression that it was
late, and got up without consulting
my watch, and found on coming down
stairs that it was early. It appeared
to be about the same time I commence
the day at home. I was mistaken how
ever, and almost came to the concl-'
sion that the dawn is earlier here by
the sea than in the interior; for thcr
reason that. the sun has no forest of
oaks, pines and other leafy giants to
rise over before giving to a half aslcep
world the cheering influence of i
beams. He rises here inmediately,
quickly and joyously out of the ocean;
did you ever see the sun rise out of the
deep depths of wide waters? No? well,
let me advise you to come down t.) the
coast and witness the sublime sight-it
will pay. The gaseous smell, com
bied with the odoriferous mud of th,
docks; when tide is out, is at once re
cognized by an old habitue like me-c
and I scented it afar, but in a disagrc
able sense-however, for even the pluif
mud of Charleston carries me back in
memory to the time and the scenes
which have gone never to retura. I
wish sometimes I "were a boy again.
Don't you old reader, unless you hap
pen to be a woman. I have not seen
the city yet, except the eleven o'clock
at right glimpse from the hack, and
will c'lose by saying, more anon.
Bustling :and busy at all times,
Charleston is in her working attire
now. Her streets are crowded with
people and vehicles, of all kinds, and
to the looker on it seems as if work
were the principal.object of life. All
work and no play however makes Jack
a dull boy, and as I did not come here
to work, I will let others engage in that
pastime while I play. So far I have
had a pleasant time, and have met only
pleasant people, it is best always to
find out who are the pleasant ones,
and if they will allow you to stick to
them, do it with all your might, and on
the other hand give those who are un
pleasant a wide berth-they are "dull,
tint and unprofitable."
This morning I met the happiest
Dutchman on a street car I ever re
member meeting before. He must
have gone to sleep on Claussen's new
Lager, for it was too early in the morn
ing for him to have gotten up such a
flow of happiness. He had two chil
dreu with him, it did not take him long
to show the passengers that he was the
"fader.of dem all," and that "dere was I
dree more of de same - kind at home."
But.Frank the baby only six months
old was "one of dem leetle rascals."
He showed his four teeth, and told
a great deal about the wonderful
winning ways of little Frank. His
face though was the picture-I ne,ver
saw a happier one-and I wish I could
Some men are never satisfied, and I
met one of that kind a day or two amgo
-he is an engineer of one of the up
town fire engines. He told me that he
had just finished making out a report
against one of the men under him, it
was a heavy report, and likely would
cause the poor fellow to lose his place,
and just think, said he, he died only
half an hour ago. I will never write an
other report until Ifind out whether the'
party is going to die or going to live.
My sympathy was expressed of course.
The poor man's death at that time was
most unfortunate, and might have been
delayed a day or too, or even one hour
or more to enable the report to go in.
The man's death was caused by a nail
which entered his foot during a fire
which occurred one week previous-re
suiting in lock jaw.
I heard the boy p)reachler, the Rev. C.
A. Stakeley, at the Citadel Square Bap
tist churech, yesterday morning. His
text was "Let not your heart be
troubled. &c." He is but twenty-four
years of age, and in appearance a mere
youth. His discourse though was as
delivered by a man of riper years. It
was full of earnestness, depth of power,
and grandly eloquent. I have seldom
listened to one with more of subdued
interest and pleasure.
But I am running this letter into a
working one and I will stop. ED.
The Court of General1Sessions.
The Criminal Court met on Monday
morning, Judge J. H. Hudson presid
iug, and was opened in the usuai form.
Thoma, H. Adams, a grand juror,
being sick, was excused ; J. D. A.
Kibler and James M. Henderson. petit
jurors, were excused, the former being
a school trustee and -the latter a resi
dent of Ujnion- County.
The contingent (locket was first
called and some sixteen old cases
struck off, and a number continued.
The following eases were called and
disposed of :
The State vs. Jacob Litzey, Burg
lary and Larceny-pleaded guilty.
Sentence, one year in the Penitentiary.
The State' vs. Marion Dawkins, ap
peal from Trial Justice Court. Sen
tence set aside and new trial ordered.
The State vs. UT. B. Whites, Failing
to turn over moneys to his successor in
office-The defendant pleaded guilty,
to wit : "I appear in my proper per
son and plead guilty to the within in
The State vs. Winfld Robertson,
Cruelty to animals, guflty-senteuce,
$20, and costs, or 30 days in jail.
The State vs. Wash Haltiwanger,
flltreatment to animal, guilty-sen
tence, $15 and costs, or 30 days in jail.
The State vs. William Johnson,
Highway' Robbery, not guilty.
The State vs. Reason Jackson, as
sault and battery with intent to kill,
and assault and battery of a high and
aggravated nature, not guilty.
The State vs. Wmn.. Butler,. assait
and battery of a high and aggravated
The State vs. Win. Butler, carrying
pistol concealed-not guilty.
The State vs. 0. P. Saxon, carrying
pistol concealed, plea_ded guilty-sen
tence, $15 and costs.
The State vs. 0. P. Saxon, assault
with intent to kill-nol. prossedl. A
petition signed by a great many of
our citizens was presented in Mr.
EwBERaY C. H., S. C., Oct. 27, 1883
List of advertised letters for week ending
Crummy, Louis jieDonald, Miss Alice
Thster Manerva IThomas, Miss Kate
K inard, J H jWilbur, Volner
ones L E Williams, Mrs Susan
Jones, Miss Elisa C
Parties calling for letters will please say
i adrtied. E. w. BOONE, P. U.
Mrs. Drayton Chandler, spent last
veek in town.
Mr. H. Carter Pool is in Newberry.
Miss Julia Lipscomb is visiting
riends in town.
Mr. 0. P. Saison has returned to
W. A. Williams, Esq., of the Green
ille bar, was in town this week, on
On Tuesday we had.a call from Mr.
rheodore DelIon, the affable and gen
lemanly canvassing agent of the
Veues and Coureir, who has been in
own several (lays in the interest of
hat paper. We highly appreciate
he letes and Coureir as an exchange,
mdtl as a newspaper we cannot con
nend it too highly.
;upplemental P;emium List.
NEEDLE AND FANCY.
Shirt. S. C. made, Mrs. J. Y. Cul
Pumpkin preserves, Mr- B. S. B.
Vorkman; Pumpkin Chip preserves
1rs. M. Moses; Apple jelly. Mrs.
f. W. M. Simmons, Mrs. C. A. Bow
nan. Mrs. L. C. Huter: Feather Fly
3rsh, F. A. Schumpert.
Portable Steam Bugine, Speak Jro's;
rVine Press, F. A. Schumpert & Co.;
Jorn Sheller, W. T. Gaillard ; Straw
jntter, F. A. Schuimpert & Co.;
Horse Wagon, J. Spehl; :l Horse
rurning Plow. Universal Plow Prae
ical Gang Plow, Stock Plow. .,wer,
caper, F. A. Schumpert & Co; Cotton
Planter. Elawson & Co. ; Corn Plan
er, Harrow, Well Fixture, Sulky
rurning Plow, Hors Rake, F. A.
,chuipert & Co; L. C. Plow, W.T.Gail
ard; American Fruit Drier. Speake
3ro's: Washing Machine, Keystone
Xringer. A. Buzhardt; Grain Drill,
?. A. Schunpert & Co.
Jersey Grade Heifer, J. O. Meredith.
uther Day at Luther Chapel.
The pastor and congregation of Lu
her Chapel i l a hh t ribute to the
nemory and merits of Mriu Ltitfie r
ast Sunday. Dr. Steek preached an
ible and intructive sermon on the gen
ral subject of Luther and the Refor
nation. Just behind. and above, the
nlpit were these wordt, in evergreen :
Fourth Centen;ial Anniversary of
Luther and the Reformation." Under
hese words was a'pfeture of Luther.
)eow which were the words of the
irst verse of his great battle hymn:
'Ein fste Burg ist.unser Gott." On
he sides appeared the dates, 1483-1883.
[u the chancel. just below the preacher.
n f- out, was a plaster of Paris bust of
he great Reformer ; on a atand, to the
-ight, was a closed Bible bound with a
:hain, symbolizing the condition of the
Bible on the eve of the Reformation ; on
he left, on a sinilar stand, was an
)pen Bible, emblematic of freedom of
worship and freedom of conscience after
;he Reformer broke the shackles with
hich the Romish church had bound
dhe Book beyond the reach of the peo
Luther-s battle hymn was sung by
he choir, assisted by Dr. 0. B. Mayer,
d the services were of an interest
Vario us and, All About.
This is a various world.
And every one likes variety.
Except the variety produced by pov
The Senior Editor is in Charleston
He partaketih of fish and oysters,
md ye other goodly things.
He will not remain long in that de
.igtful retreae, bcause he knoweth
;hat business calleth on him at home,
It is yery pleasant for him, and he
njoyeth it miuchly. All men are
:apable of e:ioyment. Some enjoy
yne thing and somec another.
Just at this :ime our absent Editor
vould like the best in the world if all
f his subscribers were denied the en
ioyment of "natur2s sweet restorer"
leep, until they se"lie their back dues,
md renew for another year. 01
~ourse.he means all those indebted.
The reader will excnse this para.
raph of our abwent Senior, but hecis
really a good tma. and in him is nl(
uile. He payetL. .:is debts, and is
sieriful to his d ors, and they are
What a pleasan: surprise it would
be to him if he woni .1 find on his return
the money drawer in his safe filled
with bright dlollarr, half dollars and
luarters. Wc verily believe he would
'Gin another treat." A kidld of hot
wetting this time.
S.ppose you all try it on him, and
se what would be the effect of such an
heard of course. This would be a
hange, you know, and one of the va
rieties most pleasant to take. Be
1uick about it frientis, anid slip in cre
Summer weather has been upon us
Messrs. Peoples & Johnson are in
:he store just vacatent by Dr. Pelham.
Go to Cline's for si ets. Calicoes at
A triple source of happiness :-a
good business, a contented mind and a
bottle of Dr. B:ull's Cough Syrup.
The Judge ha.s d.ecided not to call
the jtfry cases on the civil side of the
ourt, until Mouday morning.
The Hon. A. Burt, of Abbeville, died
in his office, on the 30th instant. Nc
ne was with him.
Tuesday evening, the western hori
on was golde. for .aore than an homn
w~ith one of tha moat magnificent sun
sets we ever sa w.
Two Prosperity Nimrods hunted
with the "General'-' dog a few nights
Igo, and treed two opossulms up one
tree-one a pi. -
Mrs. Isabelia Sith, Bucksville, S.
C., says: "I was ph :gued with chronic
reumatism a:xd dy ;pepsia. Brown's
[ronl Bitters relie; e.! me."
Mr. D. W. B ire informs us that he
R-ll make nine bales of cotton to th(
mule ; last year he made about 1(
bale's to the mule.
Th America.n Farmer for October
is received, and we here take occasi
to call the readers attention to the
notice elsewhere. showing upon what
fvorable terms this paper can be ob
taied. Look for the. notice.
Farmers wishing to be successful
with sheep should guard them against
exposure. But if in sheltering his
sheep the farmer exposes himself and
catches cold, he must use Dr. Bull's
Alderman E. C. Jones, and Clerk J.
B. Fair acted as policemen, Tuesday
night, serving on the watches by turns.
Any man who thinks he can rnde ovel
this town when there are no police
men, will be likely to rin against a
Nancy, wife at Reason Jackson, was
brought_to town on Tuesday as a wit
ress for her husband who was charged
with larceny. Some time after her ar
rival in town she gave birth to a female
child; in the street. Born in a wagon.
If the existence of Worms in the in
'estines darkens the complexion, is it
not reasonable to suppose that their
presence will ruin health? Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge will destroy and ex
pel them from the body. For sale by
Dr. S. F. Fant.
Tuesday. during the recess of Court
a fight between a white man and a
negro occurred near the Court House.
The old policemen had resigned and
were not on duty: Mr. Chappell had not
been sworn in ; so the offenders
escaped arrest. Alderman Bowers did
duty as policeman. but he was un
fortunately absent at the time of the
Judge Hudson said that Winfield
Robertson was. the first person tried
before him for cruelty to animals. He
also said this speaks well for our citi
zens. There he was somewhat mis
taken; for, if all who deserve pur}ish
ment for cruelty to animals, were
brought into Court, the civil docket
would not often be reached, without t
considerably extending the terms. 1
Mr. Walter Counts tells us the fol- l
lowing i-cident. which, inasmuch as it
did not result seriously, is somewhat
amusing: His father, Mr. G. A. 1
Counts, was driving a bull, when the
animal turned and came towards him.
Apprehending no danger, he began to i
strike the bull on the head with a small
stiek. As he was retreating, he fell
upon his back, whereuppn the bull at- i
tempted to gore him with his horns.
Mr. Counts had the presence of inud
to lie still. and the beast left him after
making several mnsuccessful attempts
to injure him.
Last Friday a runaway took place on
the Public Square which came very
near resulting seriously. Two mules
belonging to Mr. Pierce Saddler, of
Edgeheld, made a dash with a wagon,
and just in front of the Court House,
one of them ran against the hind
wheel of Mr. McCaughrin's carriage,
and smashed it. Misses Mamie ay d
Mattic McCaughrin and Miss Sa h
Ramage were in the carrage At the time,
but no one was injured. The mules I
ran below the livery stables and "strad
dIed" a tree, and as the tree refused
to move they came to a "stand." Mr. i
S. promptly volunteered to pay for re
pairing the carriage.
New Book Receiver.
Copp's U. S. Saiary List and Civil Service
Rules. Our many readers will welcome the
solid information contained in the 160 pages
of this recently-issued book. It is prepared
by Henry X Copp, a lawyer of Washington,
D. C. All the Government salaries are given
from President Arthur's $50.000 to postmas
ters with $500, officials of ihs Treasury, In
terior. War and Navy Depariments, Custom
House, post offices, and fully 20,000 federal
offices arranged by State and Territories.
Specimen examination questions for admit
tance to the Civil Service throughout the
country are added. The price of the book is
only 35 cents. ]
a.Every young man and woman who has not
decided upon a calling In life needs this pub- t
lication. The government offers lucrative
and honorable -employment. Every citizen
who expects his Senator orRepresentative to
offer him a government position, by posses
sing this manual can decide at once whether
to accept or decline the offer. It may
save candidates from declining fat offices:
through wrong information. Should the
Democratic party carry the next Presidential
election, every Democrat in the country
would want this book without a doubt.
Politicians alone have heretofore held this
knowledge. The people now have a chance
to learn into whose pockets their money I
goes, and how the nation's income is expen
Godey's Lady's Book for November
is an exceptionally good number, con- I
taining two nicely engraved steel 1
plates : one the illustration of an ex
ellent poem by Katherine Abbey, the 4
other illustrating a stoi-y -by MarVan-]
der Weyde The i'epleteneso its
colos an blck o facy-wrk,will
certainly be appreciated by the ladies.
The present management has not failed
in presenting a new feature this month 1
as usual, viz., a fashion plate that is a
picture and the ilfustration of a poem
combined. The portrait of Andrew
Johnson. the presidential subject this
month, is very good, and we are pleas
ed to note that the literary matter of
the magazine is steadily improving,
the story of "Wedded to Misery" by
Emily Lenox, which is continued in
this number, is decidedly good, while]
the other stories are fully equal to the
average magazine literature. The nu
merous advertising pages, coup)led with4
the fact that Godey's Lady's Book has
paid postage, at the Philadelphia Post
Office, on more than ten tons of Godey's
Lady's Book during the past month,
attest the growing popuilarity of the
Oct. 25th, 1583, by the Rev. J. Haw
kiins, D.D., Miss RHODA A. HUNTIER,
daughter of Capt. S. A. Hunter, to
Mr. A. HAYNE HAWKINS.
Newberry Prices Current. .
By J.- N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... a
- Shoulders Sugar Cured...
DRY SALTED MEAT~S- 5
Sides, C. R., New......... a8
Sides, Long Clear......... j a
Uncanvassed Hams.......... a17
Canvassed Hams, (MagnolIa) 17 als
Leaf. in Tierces.......... 15
Leaf, In Buckets......... 16
Granulated Standard... 12a
Extra C............... 11
- Coffee C................. 1
Yellow................. 10 1
New Orleans............. 10
New Orleans Syrup, new crop, 0
-New Orleans Molasses. 50 a60
Cuba Molasses.... 60
-Sugar House Molasses. 40 i50
Young Hyson............. 1.60
ALLSPICE.................. -.. 26
Rcasted or P'archcd ...2
Best U1o................. 15 .
Good Rio.............. r
White Wine Vinegar..- 65
YE. ... ......~ --- ----. ... 12
SOAP...........----...... Sa 10
STARCH................----- 6a 12
STAE CANDLES................ 15
br b ........ ......6.00a 9.O~
CANDYh.-......... ......--..--. 2
CONCENTRATED L TE.......... 10
ENGISH SODA.............. 10
HOSFOED'S BAlrING POWDER 20
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDE.. 20
AILE GRIEASE............. .. 10
TOBACCO...................... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg....-..............4.60
AROW TIES, per buc....... 2 00
SPLICED AREOW rIES.......... 2
RED CIOVER SEED-per lb..... 20 .
IOTHY HAY... ...............15
W Rha, bue ................. -1a 2
In Black and Colored Cashmeres,
bought direct from the manufac
:ures. We promise every Lady
>uying a Cashmere from us, a dress,
Fhich. will not only surpass all
>ther dresses in appearance and
rear. brt which can be bought at
east twenty per cent. cheaper than
asbmcres have heretofore been
old by any H1ous- in Newberry
comparison .of our qualities and
)rices, with the qualities and prices
f other makes, will convince you
if the fact that this is not newspa
>er bosh, but the whole Truth, and
iothing but the Truth.
The choicest and best selected
ine of Dress Groods in
he Up Country, Our Elegant
VOOL Worsteds at the wonderful
ow price of 10 and 12 ets. per yard
1l having unprecedented sales.
Jnless you have two or three of
hese handsome dresses, you dare
iot assert'that you are fashionable.
,adies' Cloths ! Ladies' Suitings !
n all the exquisite colors so pecu
iar to the Fall of 1883. Our Rich
ress Silks, Superb Brocade and
;atins are spoken of by all those
rho have seen them as
1OllELS OF PERF fTION
and beauty. If you have bought
l the Dress Goods you need, sup
ose we go into our Domestic and
louse-keeping Department, Look
t these beautiful all wool Rob Roy
?laids, which will soon be of so
nuch service to your little ones,
and say that they are not the pretti
st styles, and best goods for the
ncney you ever saw. Here are all
vooi White and Colored Flannels
rom 20 to 50 cents per yard. These
xcellent Opera and Shaker Flan
tels can be bought for 40 to 50 cts.
>er yard, notwithstanding the ad.
ance in prices of Flannel goods.
iext comes all the new Shades in
asket Cloths at 60 cents per yard;
he very same goods we sold-last
'ear for 75 cents per yard. Can
,on find any Sea Islands a yard
vide for 8 and 10 cents per yard,
vhich will compare with these Sea
slands ? Bleachings I
4TII/1TCINGS / the best values
ver offered ! What do you think of
hese Turkey Reds and Cardinal
['able Damasks for 50, 75 and $1,00
>er yard ? These Bleached and
rown pieces for 40 and 50 cents
>er yard ? Doylies,-beautiful ones'
oo, at 60 and 75 cents. per doz.
)ur Turkish Towels for 20 cents ;
ien Towels for 12, 15 and 20 ets.;
seersucker.s for 124 cents. ; Bleach
d and Unbleached Sheetings, de
nonstrate the fact that goods can
>e sold in NewberrX at a low per
:ent. Cretonnes and Lace Curtains
i 15 cents.-beautify your homes !
Iarseille Quilts foC 75 cts. well
vorth $100. One for $1.25, which
-could just as easily get $1.50
'or, were we not bent on giving
Bargains. Charleston Sheetings and
Drillings ! We believe we are the
mly Firm in the City who handle
WVe would like so much for every
ody to call and examine these
xtra heavy weight goods ; for you
will then be convinced of their vast
uperiority over all others,.-they
are absolutely perfect. Eagle and
Ehenix, Pee Dee and Athe'ns
hecks ; the best of checks, at
Vholesale and Retail. Blankets !
Blankets ! Yes, Stacks of Blankets
rom $2.00 to $10.00 per pair. Crib
>lankets a -specialty. We want to
ay something about Jeans: but as
e look upon those huge rolls
ipon rolls of Jeans, where to begin
Lnd where to end, "Aye that's the
ub." That some Merchants do sell
Ieans cheaper than others you will
ye compelled to admit when our 30
~ents, Athens wool Jeans is shown
ou: "Give me so many yards of
his Jeans,-it is' the best I ever
saw for the money," is the un
esitating verdict of every customer.
Kentucky and Mississippi, (home
made) Jeans, as good as Jeans can
3e mnade. Charlottsville Jeans
'The Old Reliable."
gig'We advertise noth
ing but what we have actual
l in Stock !
Og4 emember, if you are
in Town anty day this week
it will pay you to call and
see what B. H. Cline & Co.,
B.H. Cline &Co.
MONSTEROUS EXHIII 0 <
Unparalleled Barg& 4
THE HOUR OF CONTEST
APPROACEUS & FLYNN
HATH IN HIS PREPARATIONS
THROWN ~DOWN HIS GAUNTLT F
Defiance, and Challenges the State t a
MIGHTY STRUGGLE FOR*,
THIS IS A STARTER:
500 doz. Pare Linen towels @ 10c. worth 20
50 "< " " " ~ ' 12 " 25.
500 "c" " " " 15 " 0.
1000 " Hose " 5 " 10
800 " " " 8 15
500 " " " 10 " 20
500 " 8 " " 5 10
300 "" " -" 10 " 20
A Fine Lot ofDAMASK from Belfast, I
You Can Buy Damask, @ 25c. per y
cc c is cc 35 -
" " " " t50 "
10-4 Sheeting, - 20
Straw Tiek for 7kc worth 10
-"10 " 12I
Feather " " 15 " 25
First Class Feather Tick for 171a
AN HLI RGNT COISEKT FOR 50 ets.
THE PRlCES TEl
PEOPLE TELL THE PR/CES?
The argument unanswerable.
Put down the price and push up the trade.
Direct from the Manufacturers.to Consumers.
The smallest profit attracts the largest number.
An Intelligent Public Wants FACT
And Not FANCY.
WOOLEN AND JEANS
]D E P.A IETM
You can buy elegant Jeans for 15c., hiome made 3ea~
for 37 1 -30., beautiful CASSIMERER for 46o.
Will say that our NOTION Stock is Complete in everytking.
We have dress buttons from 5e. up, 144 outtons for Oc. it
tons per box 10c.
A BIG DRIVE INl j~
SUITS FROM $5, UP,
D. C. FLTN'
TRATER OF LOW wmX