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Special ana Loca.
THURSDAY MARCH 13, 1884.
is our an ae:at at place.
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eipt for subecTiption at Prosperity.
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Ipts for week ending
11th, 1884.- - - - - - - - - 172 B.
most eve day there is a rush at
or Sale FLORIDA SUGAR CANE. Apply
To DR. J. Wm FOLK, JALAPA, S. C.
Mar 7 10 4t
Every man who wants a "Shirt to
his back." and all who wear shirts,
make shirt4 or buy and sell shirts and
shirting, are asked to turn to the
advertisement of Cox, the shirt man.
Professor Holmes Dysinger will
preach at the Thompson Street
Churmh next -Sunday morning, for
the Rev. Meintock.
Zhe Rev. J. A. Clifton ran over to
ChebgxCounty on Monday, the 3rd
and mied the Rev. irlon Dargan
of the South Carolina Conference to
Miss. Annie H. Hicklin. The bride is a
sister of Mr. Clifton's wife.
$lMOO& ould qAt purchase from me
what Swift's Speciefic (S. S. S.) has
effected in my.ease. It has cured me
of Malarial Rheumatism.
A Fre Mrald.
All persons who sustained loss in the
destruction of their buildings, stock,
,&c., by the recent severe cyclone, are
cordially invited by us to furnish their
nameik-when a subscription of twelve
months will be furnished them, free
of cot. Do not hesitate to give us
your maies, for we will gladly fur
nish the paper. t.
When Galileo was made to recant
opinion of the earth's motion, he
in an undertone-"it moves."
Although Norman's Neutraizing Cor
dial is a patent medicine it cures. We
admit that its formula is private, but
not more than the Latin hieroglyphics
of the physician's prescription you
take to the drgstore.
1i& .Ur Exchanges.
The most elaborate and artistic
calendar-that we have seen this
Syear is from the Russell & Mor
gant Printing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Itlis printed on cards 61x12 inches
sao*month on a separate card,
highly colored, each card represent
lng a different design,
-We arein receipt ofa handsome
inyltation to the saniversary celebra
geon otthe Phrenskosmianl Literary
Society, which willtake piace in the
Opera House on the nih of the
21st of March.Presidenit J.S Wheel
er; EssayIst, J. L. Baorers; Orator,
SArthuarKihleI; Debaters, S. T. Riser
and H. F. Shealy. Public invited.
Dear lady, there is probably no use
te1ling you that fashionable life in a
retcity is a rough one on your
-e ity. Late hours, loss of sleep and
mental eietteent will leave you by
and b,y shorn of those beautiful tresses
whieli drew lovers around you In other
years. Artificial substitutes can never
aseor those rich and glossy locks.
P'atker's Hair Balsam will stop your
hair from falling out, restore Its nat
1ural color and softness, and prove
cleansing and beneficial to the scalp.
Our thanks are tendered the com
mittee, Messrs M. M. Kinard J. H. Dy-'
singer C. J. Rast,J. B. Halier, M. S.
Gailman, W. L. Sligb, J. A. Keller, and
J.P.Glasgow for an invitation toattend
~the anniversary celebration of the Ex
eelsior Literary Society of Newberry
College, Friday, March 28th at the
Opera House. The Debate.-Have the
the Crusades been beneficial to Eu
r.p O . Hentz, aMrmative; M. J.
Ien.negative..J. I. Goodman is
tessaylst and T. H. Dreher orator
for the occasion.
Dneiass Collage, Lexington, Ey.
Yoin men desiring a Business du
cation shud writ for prtieu1ars-to
Prof. W. R. Smith, President of the
Commercial College of Ky. Universt,
situated in the beautiful, hsoia,
and seciety renowned city of LIa
ton y. No College can do as mn~
for t Total cost for Fuiriploma
Bushess Course, inleuding Tuition,
Board. Books, etc., $85. Spring Session
begins April 9th; Summer Session
June 16th. No vacation. Students can
enter at any time.
A CHEROKrEE ynnEnY.
WHAT A PROMINENT DBUGGIST
SAYs.-T. F. Fleming, of Aug'sta, Ga.,
writes: "When I Lrat hear of your
'Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and
Mullein' Ithought Iwould order a doz
en. In less than a week I ordered a
gross, and in less than seven weeks, as
your books will show, had ordered
seven gross. I only mention to you
this fact to show how it sells in this
city. As a Cough remedy I have never
seen its equal. One bottle sold makes
a customer of it." Taylor's Cherokee
'emedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein
r ale by all leading druggists at 25c.
nufactured by Walter A. Taylor,
A Factory Town.
Old man Wadkins of Piedmont, S. C.
says ;Norman's Neutralizing Cordial i
beats anything he ever heard of. He
came near making a speech on the
wonderful cure two 25 cents bottles c
made on his baby. He says the mere
sight of that baby would convince the
most doubtful as to the efficacy of I
A Valuable Gift. e
The Travelers Insurance Company
of Hartford, Conn., whose graceful
tribute to the American press the en
graving of the "Representative Jour- t
nals and Journalists of America," was
last year given such wide distribution,
are now giving further proof of their
artistic enterprise. This time they
have brought out a special edition for
the press, of the official engraving of
the colossal French statue of Liberty,
as It will appear on the gigantic pedes- l
tal now being erected for its recep
tion in New York harbor, above whose
waters it will next year raise its flam- 6
ing torch to more than double the 4
height of Niagara Falls. This office
has received a copy of this interesting
work with, the compliments of the b
"Travelers," to whom aeknowledg- I
ments are hereby tendered.
We had a young flood on Satur- I
day night, and ploughing is at a
stand still. t
On Sunday morning lightning
struck in Dr. J. Wm. Folk's bed
room, shivering his fine Colts
Breech loading gun. We are pleased
to say he and his family escaped
any serious harm. F
The wind has been quite angry r
again, and fel!ed quite a number of
of trees garden paling and fences. t
Mrs. Rhoda Connor and Mr.
Suber Reeder have each been quite
sick, but are now convalescing. 1
Subscription lists are in our midst, I
asking aid for the tornado sufferers C
in this No. 5 Township.
Capt. R. S. Ellis, Wm. Sligh and
J. Wm. Folk, took a partridge hunt
last week, killing some 42. Capt.
Ellis came in first best, somewhat .
knocking the shine off of our Jala- 3
pa sportsmen. I
Red breast robbins swarmed dur.
ing last week some 80 kliied in a day
in Mrs. Mattie Glasgow's yard. f
This ugly weather causes our
fishermen to become impatient.
Stick to the plow boys there are
millions in it, and let these little
N. C. t!
Union Meeting. IJ
The Union of the fourth section I
of the Reedy River Association i
will convene with the Mt. Zion g
Church, on Friday before the fifth il
Sunday in this month.
Introductory Sermon, by Rev. k
R. W. Seymour. Missionary Sermon,
by Rev. L. Broaddus.
Essays, J. R. Spearmnan. Jr.. h
Subject of his own selection, J. T. '
Duncan, Do the Scriptures forbid
every mode of dancing? Robert
W~allace, Temperance, J. S. Floyd,
Queries: Ought not our churches, o
encourage, and urge the importance t~
of their Pastors attending the Uni- ~
on Meetings to which they belong? ti
Assigned to J. W. Scott. 11
Does it make any difference how ti
a Christian is baptized? Assigned u
to Rev. H. Fowler.8
What are the best means of in
ducing the people to attend our q
Union Meetings? Assigned to Reu- a
ben Davidson. b
What are the best means of in-0
ducing our young members to lead td
in public prayer? Assigned to A. P. f2
What are the best means of indu- t~
cing our members to contribute to
the support of the Gospel? Assign
ed to Simpson Dominick.
Cross Roads, Mt. Zion, Newberry b
Bethel, Enoree, Fair View, Lower i
Duncan's, and Bush River Churchese
are earnestly requested to send bn
three delegates each besides their s
deacons. It is expected that a plan t
will be inaugurated to build at
church at Prosperity. F. ~r
Properity Tinklings. c
We have had some very dieagree
able weather, for several days, noth- g
in but rain and mud.
Miss Nellie Chapman of Newber- v
ry, has been in our town visiting ~
the family of Mrs. Boulware.a
On the night of the 6th, the store I
of Mr. A. Kohn was broken into by S
a negro boy named Win. Douglas. a
He is about 14 yeara old and came
from above Newberry. He took f
$8.50 in money and some dry goods.
The whole amount taken was $9.40.
He seems to be an old hand at the g
trade. He went into a store over s
on Broad river some time ago. He 0
has been working for Mr. Snell
grove; but now he will spend thir- I
ty days in jail.
F. E. S. says he is blooming, and t
if nothing prevents he will go to
church with a girl Sunday night.
I expect while he is with her, he jb
will con-F. E. S. some of his sins a
Mr. Belton Long who has been t
quite sick for a long while, has r
been in town recuperating. He I
looks a .little pale from his long ~
Miss Janie Williams the music a
teacher of Greenville will be in s
town for awhile giving lessons in ~
music. She has a class of ten
Uncle Bill has not been in
town. As is so busy with a fish
pond, that he cannot come as often
as he used to. Glad to see him e
any time. -s
Mr. Wicker is not doing well, it C
is not expected he will live.
Jimmie Schimipert has gone to
Johnston's to live with his brother.
Mr. Geo. Young of Laurens. was
i town Monday last
Mr. T. B. Grenekcr, arrived home
n last Friday from Gaffney City.
Mr. Silas Johnstone paid Colum
ia a flying visit last week.
We are pleased to see Mr. Samu
Is on our streets again.
Hon. Y. J. Pope, returned hone
ist Saturday, from a business trip
Miss L. Brown of Greenville, is
n a visit to her sister Mrs. J. B.
Verts, of this place.
Mrs. R. C. Williams, returned
fonday from a short stay in Colum
Mr. R. Wearn has taken Ward
immons place with J. N. Martin
Mr. A. C. Jones we notice has
een elected Treasurer of one of the
emocratic wards in Columbia.
Miss. Laura Vance of Greenville,
i visiting her sister Mrs. D. G.
orroh, of this place.
Miss Nannie Hamiter has re
irned to her home in Cartersville,
Mrs. E. H. McKellar, and little
fary Thompson are visiting in
Gen. Y. J. Pope was summoned
) Columbia, on Tuesday, by his
artner, Col. Watts, to assist in the
ianagement of Cash's case.
Miss Gussie Hood has been elec.
d second assistant teacher of the
'emale Academy. The election has
iven general satisfaction.
General Ellison Capers will de
ver the address to the Students of
iewberry College on Sunday night
f commencement week.
We learn with regret that L. W.
imkins, Esq., and family, will
iove to Laurens next week, where
e will take charge of a branch law
Mfice opened by Messrs Moorman
; Simkins. We can safely com
iend Mr. Simkins to the people of
.aurens. He is studious a n d
ainstaking, talented and trust
orthy-a lawyer whom we esteem.
Mr. and Mrs. Simkins leave many
-iends in Newberry: but we pre
ict that they will soon win many
1 their new home.
Dr. Peter Robertson, of Charles
n, spent Monday night In town.
[e will return to Newberry in the
mmer and open a drug store in
ise building adjoining rbe Newber
F Hotel-now used as a cotton of
ce. The store will be enlarged.
r. Robertson has a great maDY
-ends in Newberry, and we are
lad that he is going to begin bus
ess here in the druge line, in
hich he is already favorably
nown to our peo'ple.
When Winburn came to Newberry
e did not expect to stay but a short
'ile, and he is here yet, but will movc
on, come and be taken. 2-ti
Fon Tnu HEnA.LD.
MR. EDrroat: We had the pleasure
[attending 'a quilting and logrolling
a the 4th at Mrs. Bedenbaugh's, and as
ere is a cry for news I thought a
iort sketch would be interesting.
Notwithstanding the inclemency of
ie weather there was a considerable
ttle crowd. Early in the morning
ie snow began falling, and continued
til near twelve o'clock. About
in the morning buggies began pass
ig my house in full speed, snow beat
ig them in the face, bound fo.r the
iltiog. I said if they can face it,
e can, so off I put for my horse,
t about the time I got the harness
a, I dont think I ever saw snow fall
ster. We got off and after a few minu
is drive, we were at the place and
und a goodly number there. Mrs.
edenbaugh put the ladies to quil
g. What was to be done with men ?
fter a short consideration, there was
large fire built in front of the house,
>all could keep warm. Soon the
,obbins began coming and the little
oys got their guns for sport. It was not
>ng before the men were more inter
ted than the boys. Mrs. Beden
,ugh's son was the best marks
ian, he killed five at one shot. It
~emed at one time that we wvould have
retreat, but we all rallied and held
uar own. The number killed I do not
now, it looked like birds everywhere.
'he ground was strewn. We thought
re were having a good time but a
urier came to our camp with orders
cease firing" "Dinner." Now the
nod part came, a sumptuous table is
aread. It would be too tedious to
iention a full list of contents. We
ould say in brief, it consisted in part,
boiled ham, pork, spare ribs, back
ones, sausages, chicken, chicken pies,
variety of vegetables, pies and cakes.
have not told you half of the dinner.
ome of the boys said after eating such
dinner, we Wtill put his logs together.
he quilt came out, the logs were
lled and we are all at home wishing
>r another quilting and logrolling.
If you. want a nice Ferrotype made
o to Salter's Gallery. He will make
for 75c. four for 50c. two for 35c.
ne for 25c. 9-4t
In August, 1881, it was discovered
iat my son's wife was in the last
ages of consumption. She was
oughing incessantly and at times
rould discharge quantities of pus from
er lungs, could not sleep or ret-in
nything on her stomach, and w
tought it only a question of time when
fe would be compelled to give way
the fell destroyer. After all other
amedies had failed, we got Brewer's
ung Restorer and began it in very
mall doses, as she was very weak
he soon began to improve; continued
te remedy and was restored to life
nd health and is to-day better than
be has ever b6en'before. I regard
er restoration as nearly a miracle, for
rhich she is indebted to Brewer's
R. W. BONNER.
Brewer's Lung Restorer is a purely
eetable preparation, contains no
pmm, morphine bromide or any poi
onous substance. Send for eircular
fnlitof wonderful cures.
L A,RANKLN &LAMAR.
Winburn kep making those Beau..
ih Photograph,ocome and be taken.
Various and X About.
Oats are improving wonderfulll
E. H. Christian has bought tb
John Kinard house.
Mr. J. M. Sill has taken the Bolan
There has been a great deal c
rain in the last week.
Garden work has been suspende
for a couple of weeks.
We hear some of our farmer
talking of planting corn.
The finishing touches will al
soon be put up on Mollohon Row
Mr. John Chambers is stickin
type this week.
J. F. Todd is getting ready to ri
pair the Chapman and Meredit
The Mesrs. Taylor are buildin!
a new Smith Shop on the lot in res
of Leavell's furniture Store.
Rev. E. P. McClintock has in
proved his lot very much sine
coming in town.
Go to the City Clerk and RegiD
ter, if you expect to vote at th
Municipal election in April.
The condition of the Cemeter;
does not reflect much credit on ou
Any Druggist will tell you what h
knows about the merit of Shriner'
In dian Verniifuge the popular remed3
For Sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
Mr. J. K. P. Goggans has begui
housekeeping in the Gist hous(
James will now mix gardening an<
hen setting with law.
Why is the Newberry Hotel lik,
a military Camp? Because there i
always a great number of drummer
The Trustees have rented a root
from R. C. Chapman to be used a
a music room for the Female Acad
The Concert at the Opera Hous
Monday night was well attended
Mr. I. W. Walker, who played th
company, cleared about fifty do
Cold *s unlike most visitors:-if yo
want to get rid of it, you must give i
a warm reception with Dr. Bull'
Cough Syrup, the standard cough r(
inedy of our age. For sale by a.
druggists at twenty-five cents a bottk
Sam'Dominick and Frank Kiblei
colored, of Prosperity, engaged in
little knife amusement last wee
cutting each other badly, but nc
enough to die; drunk.
An Entertainment will be give
in Military Hall and J. S. Reid's o
fice in a week or ten days, by th
ladies of the City for the benefit c
the South Carolina room at Moun
We are convinced that an Editor
Sanctum should be on a back streel
He never could put an editorial t<
gether in view of front street one c
our beautiful afternoons.
The latest sensation with on
young friends is the soap bubbi
party, to be given at an early day
The one blowing the largest bubbl4
will be declared Victor and will r
ceive the premium.
IThe Authorities are having
heavy coating of cement put on th
inside of the cistern. The thin
will perhaps hold this time. Chie
Montgomery keeps a close watc
on the water facilities.
A. H. Kohn's store was entere
last week, by breaking out a glas
in the front window and the casi
drawer robbed of $8.40. No thie
can get around our police tha
Heard a young colored mathm<
matician ask a lot of his companions
the other day. "H ow many foot
is a eleben dusin rabbits got, du
any ob you niggers knows." "0 g
long niga you is dun brok fra d<
skool hous fLb."
The Spartanburg Herald has bee
purchased by a company of which ME
T. J. Trimmier is the head. Mr. J. 1M
Cavis former editor and in part proprn
tor retires. We~ regret parting with s
accomplished a journalist. He carrie
in his retirement our best wishe,
While to the izm Herald we exten
As there seems to be some trout
e in fixing up a ticket for town ofi
cers that will suit all, it has bee:
suggested that we take five of th
pastors of the City and elect them an
let the Senior Pastor be Mayor.]
would be a good ticket, but while th
senior voters might be pleased wit
their position on the temperanc
movement, we fear that the junio
voters would be a little off on thE
dancing card. Have to suit ever
For the Herald.
SMOKY TOWN S. C.,
March 4th. 1884.
Mx. EDIrOon:-This being th
second time I have attempted t
write a few lines for your valuab)
paper, I will say at the off set, thE
I do not intend to use any word
that will strain any one's jaws t
spell them, jnor brake any body
jaws to pronounce them.
I will say that Smoky Town ha
been well blessed, in the past, tha
is, relating to the past storm whic
has swept away many houses an
destroyed many lives. I am happ;
to say there was no damage done i
this vicinity by the storm. Ma
B. R. Long is doing finely now, th
last few days. He has been ver
ill ever since the 1st of August las
There are some cases of mumps an
measles in this vicinity ; otherwis
health generally good. This moi
ing we were visited with a ver
nice snow. I am deprived of m;
wife's comapany, she being or
on a several days visit, nes
Gilbets Hollow, in Lexingto
County, consequently I am aloni
If not providentially hindere
sbe will b ows Thursday' no:
which will relieve me of think
ing of the dark days of life for a
e For that is the most of my object
for writing this. I want to try to
a impress on the minds of the young
the dark days of life. For, as Emer
son say s, every roof is agreeable
to the eye until it is lifted, and
then we find tragedy and moaning
J women, and hard-eyed husbands.
In somewhat similar vein Long
fellow . sings these sweetly sad
"There is no flock however watched
But one dead lamb is there,
There is no fireside howso'er defenC
But has one vacant chair.
So we see every man has his turn
of sorrow, some more, some less. I
never yet could meet with the man
that complained not of something.
Man, saith the word of Holy Writ,
r is born unto trouble as the sparks
fly upwards. Thus you see philoso
pher, poet, theologian and the in
e spired word agree in teaching that
every human being must drink the
bitter waters of grief, must tread
upon the burning sands of the par
ched desert of sad affliction during
his journey through life. There is
t no escape for any man, for sorrow
r is the ileirloom of the human race.
Physical disease, domestic infelicity
e pecuniary trial, overwhelming mis
s fortunes, painful disappointments,
illrequited friendship, mental dis
quietude, anxious cares, and cruel
1 bereavements, stand like fierce
warriors at the door of every man's
habitation, ready to do the bidding
of that high Providence which su
perintends human affairs, and metes
3 out chastisements and retributions
a to all. These warriors do not all
s cross every man's threshhold, neith
er do the same ones enter every
2 house. But this much is certain,
; some one or more of them is sure
to cross she precincts of every
household, and to pierce the side of
every creature of mortal birth. You
then beloved youth must sooner or
later feel the smart of the weapons
a of these providential warriors.
"Healthful, buoyant, and hopeful as
you now are, it is difficult to im
a press you with this truth." Neverthe
t less unless you are to be a sole
exception in the history of onr
race,-and of this you cannot even
dream,-you will, ere many years
have passed be the victim of heart
oppressing griefs. Permit me then
to ask you on what prop you in
t tend to lean, as if the afflictions of
your coming years shall weigh like
a mighty burden on your trembling
a heart. If you reject piety you cut
yourself off from Divine support in
e your days of grief. Therefore ask
f yourself the question what it is to
look in the years of coming sor
row. Now I will abridge my
s discourse -for this time, though I
.would like to say a great deal more
. apon this same subject. But not.
f knowing how it will be appreciated
by the readers of the HERALD I will
close by saying come to see us, Mr.
r Editor, and bring your family along.
e You said you were acoming, and we
-have been looking for you.
THE STRONG ARM OF THE LAW.
SOld Cash Captured-The Murderer not yet
(special Dispatch to The News and Courier)
CHERAW, March 9-12.30 P.M.-State
Constable R. N. Richbourg,with twelve
pick-ed meni armed with improved
Springfield rinles, left Columbia at mid
night last night, and arrived at Flor
Sence at 3.30 A . 31. They were met
f there by Sheriff Cole, of Darlington,
t and took a special train for Cash's De
pot, no regular train leaving on Sun
days. The force reached a point a
-mile below Cash's Depot at 5 A. 31.
Here the train stopped and the force
disembarked and proceeded up the
track on foot to Cash's house.
s Before daylight the house was sur
o rounded, and the force waited for
a light. About 6 o'clock Cash the elder
rose, found that the pickets were
about, armed himself with a Winches
r ter repeating rifle and pistols and tried
-to escape from the premises. He ran
against John H. Pearson, one of the
-sentinels, who presented his rifle, de
o mianding his surrender. Cash hesitat
s ed, and Pearson said: "Drop your
- un,orl1'11 shoot you in'two seconds."
Cash dropped his gun quickly. He ad
mitted having been taken completely
by surprise. When captured he was
endeavoring to make his way to the
log-house across the railr.oad, where
a young Cash has been sleeping every
e night since the murder. The force
d closed in and searched old Cash's
Shouse thoroughly. but could find noth
ing' of Boggan Cash. A party started
e for the log-house before mentioned.
I When they were half way there, Cash,
e getting alarmed for his son's safety,
r made a proposition to go to the log
t house, if allowed to do so, alone, and
'pledged his sacred honor that he would
I have his son surrender within two
hours. The proposition was acceded
to and the force was recalled. Cash
went and soon returned, saying that
his son had left the house an hour be.
fore and that he did not know where
he was. He offered, however, if the
force would withdraw that his son
e would surrender before Wednesday.
He frankly stated that he only wanted
Sto come off with flying colors, that
e neither he nor his son desired to be
t considered outlaws, but that he desir
s ed to effect a capitulation on his own
o terms. Bearing in mind the desire of
Governor Thompson that Cash should
abe captured before he had a chance to
surrender, Chief Constable Richbourg
S declined these terms. Cash then made
t other propositions, and finally offered
h to let Richbourg go with him to hunt
his son, promising that lhe would sur
render within twenty-four hours if the
Vposse were dispersed. This showed
' weakening and was finally refused by
.Richbourg. who immediately proceed
e ey to give Cash a taste of the rigor of
the law. His premises weresurrounded
I by a gu d with instructions to allow
no0 departure or arrival. Cash's pistols
d and rifle were taken from him. Cash
e protested bitterly against this, but said
that he yielded to force. Capt. Rich
bourg having determined to let noth
Y ing prevent the most thorough search
F for young Cash, left most of his men
.t at the house and at 9 o'clock proceed
r ed to Cheraw to summon a larger
posse of horsemen with which to enter
the swamp and track the fugitive to
his id ace Heis supposed to
bener 'sDeo on an sland in
the swamp. a
Arriving at Cheraw at 10 o'clock
Capt. Richbourgcalled on the inten
dent and authorities for the force. He
desired some fifty men. He is carrying
out the desire of the Governor in mak
ing no terms with the Cashes. N. G. G.
On the night of the 9th, Col. E. B.
C. Cash was lodged in the Columbia
jail. And on the 11th Col. R. C.
Watts, of Laurens, son-in-law of Col.
Cash, and associate counsel of S. W.
Melton, gave notice to the Attorney
General and Solicitor Newton that he
would sue out a writ of habeas corpus
before Chief Justice Simpson, "to in
quire into the illegal arrest and deten
tion of Col. Cash."
Letters written by Col. Cash and his
son Boggan, are in the possession of
the officer who arrested the Colonel,
in which the son expressed regret that
he had wounded Mr. Coward, but
hoped that Richards would die; and
the old man says that if Boggan had
not killed Richards he would have
done so the same day. Col. Cash wras
arrested as accessory after the fact.
Col. Cash has talked wildly since
his arrest. He is anxious for any one
of his captors to "stand up before him
at ten paces." He told Capt. Rich
bourg lie would hold the Governor re
sponsible for his arrest, and said: "You
have a strong force and we a weak
one, but we intend to use the match
box." The old man took too much
whiskey, it Is said. Speaking of the
Governor, he said he had "never
known a Thompson who was worth a
damn." The negroes of Cheraw are
sympathizers of the Cashes, and the
Col. said in the letter above mentioned
that he had heard from five hundred
people and there was almost universal
rejoicing over his son's act, while he
had heard of only three men who con
demn the deed.
On the 11th, Capt. Richbourg re
ceived a telegram from the Governor
instructing him to return to Columbia
with his posse, and the rearch for
Boggan Cash was accordingly aban
Col. Cash says that his son could not
be captured within six months, his re
treat being almost impenetrable, and
he has sent word to him not to sur
render to any man but Sheriff Spofford. I
Spofford is the man who suddenly
grew sick, and made no attempt to
arrest either of the Cashes. Col.
Cash has all the time said that his son
would surrender if the nosse was with
drawn, being unwilling to be cap
The reward for Boggan Cash Is now
Col. Cash says that the reward for
the arrest and conviction of Boggan is
all bosh. He says the conviction can
not be had; that his neighbors ridicule
It is thought that Boggan Cash will
Col. Cash is now in jail at Columbia. I
NzwBERET, C.H.,S. C., Mar..Sth, 1884.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Mar. 8th. 1884:
Anderson, G. F. Martin, Miss Moriat
Bedenbsagh Lucinda Reed Polk
Cromer Jackson Rable, W. 8.
ChalmersJoe Strange, Martin L.
Davis Giles Seat Charley
Ekberge, Mrs. Emmr.awindler Ella
Gatman Andrew Williams, Mrs. Sudie
Kinard, W. H. Wheeler, H.-H.
Lites Him I
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. B. W. BOONE.P. M.
When you come to town go to Win
burn's Gallery and get your picture
WHEELER & MOSELEY,
PROSPERITY, S. I.,
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
OFFICE SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRA-1
My office wil be open on the first
Monday in each month until the 31st
of October inclusive, for the registra
tion of those who have arrived at the
age of 21 since the last General Elec
All those who have lost their certifi
cates can get them renewed by proving
to the satisfaction of the Supervisor
that they have been lost. Applica
tions for lost certificates must be made1
at least thirty days before the next
WM. Y. FAIR,
Supervisor of Registration.
Jan. 31, 18S4.-6-tf.
Dissolution of Partnership!
The mercantile partnership hereto
fore existing between B. H. CLINE1
& Wt'. A. CLIN~E, under the firmn
name of B.'H. CLINE & CO., was
dissolved by mutual consent on the
20th day of February, 1884, the lat
ter being compelled to withdraw on
account of feeble health. The bus
iness of the establishment will be con
tinued at the old stand by B. H.
B. H. CLINE,
9-3t W. A. CLINE,
Should be seen in a pretty girls mouth,
yet how often do you see dark and un
sightly rows of teeth showing a lack1
of care which is inexcusable. WOOD'S
ODONTINE will not make teeth
grow, but it will and does, clean them
and prevent tartar from accumulating
on them. It is harmless and efficient
as thousands can testify. 25e. a bottle.
W. C. FISHER,
Columbia, S. C.
For sale in Newberry. Feb. 20-1m
In pursuance of an order of the Pro
bate Court, for Newberry County,
I will sell at the late residence of G.
Simpson Sligh, deceased, in said Coun
ty, on Friday the 21st of March
1884, the personal property belong
ing to the estate of said deceas
ed, one good young mule, 6 goats,
wagon, cotton-seed, and plantation
tooYs. Terms of sale, cash.4
JOHN C. SLIGre
IN THE BEGINNING!
THE NEW YEAR
D Co. F.L
Offers to his friends and customers of the past year
or their patronage, believing that so long as the people pat.
onize him they show their appreciation of him as a mer
THE Low PRI CES
o be found at FLYNN'S entitles him to a front seat in the
nercantile sphere, and in order to retain this position, and
,till merit the confidence and patronage of the people of
qewberry and surroundings, he
n this anrouncement to lead the town in LOW PRICES
luring the present year as in the past.
s not intended for an extremely fancy or acrobatic adver
isement, but it means STRICTLY BUSINESS, and
f you would take care of Number One, go where you can
get the most goods for the least money,
;o your own interest, and bear in mind that the same fair
Lnd honorable dealing which characterized FLYNN'S trans
etions of the year just closed, will be observed by him upon
;he year we are just entering. His constant aim has been
o sell the people good, and reliable goods,
~T THEl LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
~nd if success is the measure by which to judge, he'feels
;hat he can justly claim it, as his business has increased
emarkably since his appearance in Newberry.
And in this connection, it may not be improper to remind
ny patrons that I have on hand Ladies' Cloaks, and Walk
ng Jackets 25 per cent less than New York cost.
Ready made Clothing regardless of cost.
A number of heavy over coats, regular prices from $11.00
; $18.00 now $8.50 to $14.00.
In fact it will pay you to call on FLYNN first.
rhe Domestic Sewing Machine takes the cake for variety
Lnd excellency of work, and can be bought at very reasona
Tendering my sincere thanks to the Country people of New
>erry for their past support I heartily pledge my continued
afforts in behalf of low prices.
DAS. J. PURCELL, Ianager.