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Special and Local.
THURSDAY APRIL 24, 1884.
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INEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice-S. F. Fant.
Newberry Cotton Wills.
Insure U ith-8. P. Boozer.
Moved-Peoples & Johnson.
Book Store-Colield Petty & Co.
Mrs. AmeliaTarrant, the wife of our
townsman, Mr. W. T. Tarrant, who
died on Thursday morning last, was a
most estimable and amiable lady,
whom to know was but to love,
and indeed she was beloved by all.
Her health for years had been delicate,
and the seeds of an insidious disease
became more marked in the past few
years, until called upon by the Divine
Ruler to lay aside her earthly for the
robes of immortality, and.enter upon
the rest awaiting her in the mansions of
~lory. She was a christian, and her
utward conduct adorned her profes
sion. Sad is her death. The comu
munity feel her loss, but how infinitely
more her family, her husband, her
young and tender children, and her
numerous friends. Our tenderest sym
pathies are theirs.
Senn's & Counts Celebrated Grain
Cradles for sale at Peoples& Johnson's
Assistant Supervisors of Registration.
The Governor has appointed the fol
lowing gentlemen as assistant super
visors of Registration for this County.
Messrs. J. H. Hunter, and Jno. W.
New Kina of Bat.
One of our fishermen has found a
new kind of bait to fish with; it simply
is a "lizzard." He says that when the
fish go to swallow him he runs up the
line, and the fish gets the hook instead.
He says one bait Is sufficient for one
fishing, as it is never caught.
We thank our young and talented
correspondent from Charleston for the
Why is a small boy who has gotten
himself into trouble like a certain sect
in the scriptures? Because he is a little
Sadducee-sad you see.
What is the difference between a
machine tised for dressing lumber, and
a person who lives in a second-rate ho
tel? One planes boards, and the other
Excursion to the Synod.
We are pleased to know that the en
tertainers of the Lutheran ministers
attending the Synod in Charleston gave
them an excursion around the harbor
Saturday last. There is no body of
men more capable of appreciating a
compliment of this kind, and we are
glad that the pleasure of seeing the
grand sights embraced in this exenrsion
was *Iorded them. It Is so'seldom
that they are favored that we know they
enjoyed it. The visit to Fort Sumter
alone gave unqualified pleasure. We
should like to have the views of someu
of these gentlemen as to their experi
Just In Time.
How it came about that Col. Lips
comb, the Superintendant of the Peni
tentiary discovered that theEditor of the
HERALD nseeded two essential articles,
we cannot imagine. That he did how
ever, was made apparent Saturday af
ternoon, for on the arrival of the train
from Columbia, there was brought to
us a box containig a lot of large Cab
bage, as well as some of the finest,
largest, stockIest Tomato plants we
have seen this season. No lit tle, siekly,
spindling, crooked plants were these,
but firm, large and healthy, giving evi
dence of the rich and generous soil ill
which they were grown. To say that
we are gratified but illy expresses our
feelings, they were just what we want
ed, what we wished and longed for,
and they came too just in time, as the
clouds gave token of a shower. Thank
you Colonel, a thousand thanks.
T'hanks also to Mr. G. B. McWhirter,
who kindly brought them up.
Transfers of Real Estate.
March 28, Silas Johnstone to R L
McCaughrin 5 acres, Township No. I,
No. 5 Cemetery Lot, $175.00.
March 28, Silas Johnstone to R L
M:C>aughran, 16 acres, Township No.
1, Cemetery Let, Township No. 1
March 27, Lucy E & Z W Bedenbaugh
to Mary E flennis; 120 acres, Town
ship No.-- $*;10.00.
March 2.8, W A Cline to Georgiana
Giles, i acre, Township No. 1, 850.00.
April 7, 31 A F Stockman, J S Har
man and Geo. Johnstone, to N Amnan
da Mills, J.11} acres, Township No. 9,
April 7, M1 A F Stockman, J S Hiar
man and N A Mills to W B Harman,
104 acres, Township No. 9, $100.
April 7, Win. Bridges to DT Kinard,
Trustee, 100 acres, Township No. 9,
April 8, P B Warner to N E Harman,
42 acres, Township No. 9, $-512.00.
March 31, Mary A Livingstoa to WV
M1 Wert.s, 10 acres, $175.00.
Apt il 7, Jacob Wheeler to Henry
Dominick, 120 acres, Township No. 9,
April 7, F H Dominick to H D Can
non, 14s acres, Township No. 9, 8->50.
To the People of Newberry County.
The undersigned citizens of the said
County, would respectfully ask contri
b..,dons eitber in money, provisions or
clothing for the family of James D.
Glenn. They are in great distress and
unless aid is at on~ce given them they
will suf'er. Mr James D). Glenn, was
formerly a resident of this County, but
several years since went to Arkansas,
and by the recent overaow of the Mis
sissippi river, was deprived of all ms
property, and fled from his Arkansas
home, and returned to this County in
great poverty and had gone to work to
remain here with us, when by menin
getis, he was taken away from his wife
and children. He leaves a wife and
six little chihlren who not only do not
have the comforts of life, but not even
enough to keep them alive.
We are willingto help them and res
pectfually ask your assistance.
M1. A. Renwick,
Wmn. F. E wart,
M1 A Carlisle,
J. N. Martin.
Any contributions which the charita
ble are disposed togive may be left with
Mr. J. N. Martin, at his store. Mr. E.
P. McClintock and Mr. Carlisle will can
vass the town in furtherance of this
The quarterly conference of the
Methodist church will convene Satur
day, Rev. Kirkland presiding.
The Rev. J. A. Cliffton addressed
the Woman's Missionary Society Sun
day afternoon. This gentleman has
been invited to preach the opening
sermon of the Woman's Missionary
Society which meets at Greenwood,
there was no preaching in any of
the churches Sunday night except the
The Episcopal congregation had
their Easter service Sunday last. The
Rev. Hanckle preached two able ser
mons both morning and afternoon.The
church was very prettily decorated.
The Rev. J. A. Clifton received the
following members into hi church
Sund:y last :
Mrs. Dunbar, Jessie Hornsby, Louise
Tarrant, Eloise Welch, John Taylor,
George Gilliland, John Cammer, Wil
liam McFall and Eugene Greneker.
The sermon preceding the opening
of the church doors was most feeling
and appropriate, a1nd the relrious sen
timent pervading the congregation,
shows that there is a deep under cur
rent moving the minds and the hearts
of the people. Some years ago a sta
tioned preacher said the religious soil
of Newberry was the hardest that he
had ever tried to break with a gospel
plough. That good man we believe is
now dead, who knows but perhaps
some of the seed he then planted is
now germinating. Anyhow a good
work is going on.
Chickens Artificially Hatched.
It is a surprise to us that some of
the enterprise going to waste in other
directions has not been directed to the
raising of chickens by the mode of
artificial Incubation. It seems easy
to us, yet it seems strange that P'ten
tion has not directed to this pleasant
industry, one which will prove as proti
table as pleasatit. There have beeni
failures, but these have resulted
through want of jutgment ; and the
time is not far distant when all dificul
ties overcome the raising of poultry by
the hundreds and the thousands will
be the rule instead of as now by the
nest full. The interest manifested at
the North Is daily growing, and num
erous experimentsare making to bring
this popular plan to a successful issue.
These experiments are now on a small
scale, and if successful more extensive
operations will be undertaken. There
is room for a great many poultry farms,
and our county is large, larger than it
is possible for many to realize. Nor is
there any danger of glutting the mar
ket-there is ever a demand for chick
ens-and by this plan they can be
raised at all seasons, whether hot or
cold, wet or dry. Nor will the taste
ever change. There is room for chick
en farms, and there is a demand for
chickens. Let some one start a farm.
The capital required is small, the
profits large, the labor easy. There
were never before so many incubators
made and sold as at present, and the
cost for these is comparatively small.
Some people may urge the objection
that a chicken artificially hatched is
not so good as one hatched by the
old mode, but they remind us of those
who still go to mill with a rock in one
end of their meal bag to balance the
meal in the other end because their
grand-fathers did the same.
In the last number of the Baltimore
American Farmer an account is given
of a butter test of a Jersey cow, the
property of Mr. Samuel M. Shoemaker.
It is so remarkable that we make note
of It. The cow was milked three times
a day, each milking kept separaite.
and churned to itself. The result of one
week's milking being 26 lbs. 8 oz. of
butter fit for market. Pause for one
moment, owners of s:-rub stock and
think of this. The muot wonderful
thing is the appetite and feeding of this
cow. Duigthe test shne was fed six
times daily, and consumed the follow
ing: 3.5 lbs. cut clover, 4R lbs. steamed
bran, 35 lbs. carrots and beets, 12 lbs
oat meal, 6 lbs. corn meal, aiid 6 lbs.
oil cake meal. A royal feast truly.
This seems incredible, but the au
thority is indisputable. Not many
cows we imagine could stand such
immense feeding, yet we have always
belie ved that the more food a cow is
given the more the milk will be,
that the large majority of cows would
be the better if they were fed more
generously. Some cowvs however are
no milkers and food would be wasted
if given to them. This cow's daily
average weight of milk was 45 lbs,
or a total of 323 lbs. 11 oz. for seven
In the same paper mnt ionl is made
of a Holstein cow as follows:
She gave as a t wo-year old :.5 lbs. 14
oz. of milk in aday, 1,018 in one month,
and 7,227 lbs. 10Ooz. in 10} mu iths. As
a three-year old, she gave 57 lbe. 8 oz.
in a day, 1,637 lbs. 8 oz. in one nionth
aiid 7,824 lbs. 14 oz. in six months and
I 1,880 lbs. 4 oz. in one year. She has
given! as a tive-year old, to February 1,
1881, 8,886 lbs. 13 oz. in seven months
and thirteen days, and will make a
large year's record. When three years
old she made 12 lbs. 1 oz. of butter im
one week on winter feed.
Never have we ha.l sa good a pros
pect for an abundant Fruit Crop, as we
have not heard from your prophets
and their May frosts, we feel the fruit
will be safe.
Planting Cotton is the pass word
with our farmers, and the area will be
greater than at any previous year.
We saw a Lawyer and a Doctor hard
at work on their farms; L awyer plough
ing and Doctor hoeing, well I suppose
they were taking exercise.
Your humble correspondent wishing
to plant some corn (and not all cotton)
and knowing Mr. J. J. Rleeder kept
only the best seed corn, ma~de an
attempt to buy a bushel; he would not
sell, but gave it to us ; he surely must
have thought it was for the Editor.
Two of our Willies have entered in
to truck farming, one acre each in Cab
bage and Watermelons. Should they
be successful, they intend to try it on
a larger scale.
Some of our aged dogs are dying with
fits or convulsions, caused by eating
egg with a little "pisin" in the eggs.
Children's day at Tranquil church
early in May. Will not some one or
more candidates honor us with their
We do not hear of a candidate in our
town, for Stan- or County honors. and
but one, as yet for our entire township.
Our Postmaster is yet alive, but
Messrs. Editors, if the HERALD does
not come out hereafter on the exact
day, as heretofore, try to get a Military
Company to come up and save our P.
M., for great was the commotion last
week, because some subscribers did
not get the HEBALDn on Thursday eve
Jalapa, S. C. N. C.
We cannot imagine how it came
that about half of our subscribers at
this important place failed to receive
the HERALD last week. It is deeply
regretted and we trust that a like acci
dent may not occur again. We sent
The Preacher's Convention
Of this city met in the Baptist Study.
on last Monday. Questions of great
interest were considered, and many
good conclusions arrived at. A brief
ourline of the sermons preached Sab
bath previous was given.
Rev. E. P. McClintock preached
from the text : "Walk as children of
light," Rev. Luther Broaddns dis
coursed of "The thief upon the cross."
The other of the three pastors pre
sent had made some observation upon
the deelaration of the Apostles : "The
time of my departure is at hand."
Minutes of a meeting of S. School
Workers held April : -nd, 1884, to di'
cuss the propriety of an excursion diu
ring the month of May in the interest
of the S. Schools of the to vin and Hele
The meeting was organized by call
ing 31. A. Carlisle, Esq. to the ch:iir.
Thomas E. Epting was elected S(e
Ali of the S. Schools were represen
J. E. Chapman stated the objeet of
the meeting. J. K. P. Goggans, Esq..
representing the Baptist S. School
spoke in favor of Excursion; R. 11.
Greneker, Sr., representing the Episco
pal; J. E. Chapman for Helena; Geo.
S. Mower. Esq., for the A. R. Presby
terian; G. G. Sale, Esq., for the Presby
terian; D. B. Wheeler for the Lutheran.
All favored an Excursion.
Nominations for a place to have the
pic-nic were in order. T. E. Epting
nominated Williamston; Geo. S. Mow
er, Esq., nominated Greenwood, Col
umbia and Ninety Six; Prof. C. W.
Welch nominated Greenville. Will
iamston was selected. Prof. C. W.
Welch moved that Rt. L. McCaughrin
be appointed a committee of one to as
certain what a train would cost. Car
G. G. Sale. Esq.,moved that the Supt.
of each S. School present the matter of
an Excursion to their school and that
each school appoint a committee of
two to make all neccessary arrange
ments. Geo. S. Mower. Esq., moved
that tie Sec., be appointed to notify Rt.
L. McCanghrin to confer with the R.
R. authorities in reference to the train.
Geo. B. Cromer, Ezq. moved that
we adjourn. Adjourned.
M. A. CARLISLE,
T. E. EPTNG,
Mr. Lewis Simpkins and family, are
now residents of the city of Laurens.
Mr. I. W. Walter and family return
ed home Tuesday from Charleston.
Miss Lelia Rives is visiting friends in
Mr. Thos. Duckett came down from
Miss Laura Vance went to Laurens
last week to spend some time with her
Miss M. Richards, of Manchester
New Hampshire is visiting Mis Hol
Mr. E. B. Gillis of New Hamsihire is
spending a few weeks in our midst.
Mrs. Mickle passed through our town
Monday, from Laurens, on her way
Dr. Jno. Thompson and sister Miss
Mary reached home Tuesday from a
trip to Charleston.
We learn that D)r. Thos. C. Brownl is
gradually gaining strength in his par
Mr. J. A. Burton, who is alttenldinig
the S. C. College at Columbia, camie uip
oin Friday, and remained until Monidav.
Capt. Thos. F. Harmon andl wife ran
up to Abbeville, C. H., Saiurday, to
spend a few days with their (laughter.
Mr. T. B. Crews passed through our
town on Monlday on his way to Char
lestonl to attendl the Grand Lodge of
Mr. 0. E. Johnston, who has been
on a visit to M1r. S. P. Boozer. his
fathler-in-law, left for Charleston Mon
Mrs. Hurd, and 1her daughter Miss
Harley, from Statford, Conni., are visit
ing the senior Editor of the HERALD,
and friends of our town.
We had the pleasure of me(etinlg
last week our old college mlate Col. B.
W. Ball of Laurensville, S. C. It
causedl us to look back for mianyl
Dr. Jas. McIntosh and Mr. Robt. Y.
Leavell left Wednesday for a run down
to Florida. No doubt but they wvill have
a pleasant trip. Tihey go to look after
their interests in that growing State
Capt. Simpson of Ciinton wa in the
city on Monday and attracted uni
versal attention for the length of his
whiskers, which come nearly to his
knees when staindling straight. They
are quite black and must be nlearly
thiirty--six inches in length.
Varlous and All About.
Tile granite steps to the mnainl en
trance of the cotton factory are up.
Mrs. Dr. Ruff'has the finest p)atch of
wheat we have seen this spring.
Spaulding's Base Ball Guide for 1884
just received at HERALD Book Store,
Charlie Dawkins, (col.) died, Frida)
night of last week.
Rain again Monday miornling. An.
other back set to farm work.
We had plenty of rainl and mud the
first of the week.
The Newberry Rifles arc preparing
for tihe Annual Inspection May 19.
Every young man in town shioul(
join the "Rifles."
Our young friends Foot and Smitl
will make splendid looking officers
when rthey get all their war painit on
The Wheeler Bros. hiave receivet
their new soda fountain, it is a ver3
The Chester Bulletin is six years old
About the age young'uns ar'e starte<
Our friend John Bass sayS certain1~
not, it was riot his nose which go
into trouble, lie knows his nlose.
Mollohon looks as natural as lif
since Capt. Wright's new building
have been completed.
Charleston strawberries were ill thi
Newberry market last week. Prie
35cts. per basket.
Trhe fruit crop has not been as mIuel
injured as feared. The weather being
very dry, saved the fruit.
Cows have become so scarce that th,
Butchers cannot finud them. Prospect
very bad for barbecues this Summer.
The communication, from GHEN'
will be published next week, it carre ii
too late for this issue.
Mrs. W. B. McKellar has our thank
for a fine bunch of nice, tender Aspar
agus. There is no vegetable we es
tem mats bighly than this.
The colored pcopile had a rousing
temperance meeting Tuesday night,
about .0 joined.
A child of Benn Miller, (col.) died
Wednesday, April 16, from drinking
Cut off some of your cotton land.
:011 plant more corn, potatoes or even
ground peas, or anything that will in
crease the proviioi crop.
Our City Conil have very proper
ly. re-elected all the uld oiceirs. clerk,
chief ani police. They have all proven
themselves good and efivlnt officers.
All the streamws of the County have
been unusually full, from the heavy
rain.s of 31onday night aIlid Tue-day
morning of last week.
The residene - of 'Mr. Pidlip Con
near Vattghn-ville, was burned last
week. IavenolparICIAN t-;il:rs as to oriil
but l'arn there was somte in nanc'.
The Ritle compaty will hive a cfillm
pany drill in full inifori on tl-mU
row, (Friday afternoon) on public
square, at hali:f pa-t six o"clock.
Tle skating rink wa- oenied on i
Friday ni.zht ht4. and was %vvIl at-'
tended. The young people n.oyed
themselves very much.
'Mr. Shockley, of I1eleia. Newberry
Count. was thrown out of a wagon on
last week and seriowsly injured.
Now is the tini to get your Bill and
Letter IIuads printed. A!nid one of the
places iln which to have them done is
the HERALD office. B.ar tihis in mind.
Peoples & Jolhson are as snug as
bugs in a rug. Their stock being splen
didly arranged. and looking to great
advantage. They have movedl into the
An enterprising landlord has i moun
ted his waiting force on skates. ail
they have b,Cconme so expert that tihe
delay of delivering dishes is volsidera
Thanks to Prof. Smith for an inlvita
tion to attend hi singing clats which
meets at the Methodist Church. every
night except Wednesday a:l Satin
Another thing which may well be
thought of is the paying up of snbscrip- I
tions to the Newberry HEIALD. It
can 110 more live withoit ioey, thanl
it can take a trip to the moon
We id the followinZg in the Ref/ister
of the 17th inst. On motion of 31r. Y.
J. Pope, 3fr. James Packer was admit
ted. sworn and enrolled :- :anl attorney
of the Supreme Court.
'eSsrs. Cotield, Petty & Co.. pre
sent -omne :ttractions this week to the
reading public. in the shape of Stand
ard libraries, an-1 other popular books.
Prices also enumerated. See their ad
vertisement atid pay them a visit.
The Stockholders of the Newberry
Cotton Mills. will meet in the Knight's
of Ilonor Hall, on May 7th, ISSi. at
II o'clock in the forenoon, to elect a
Board of Directors for the ensuing
year. See the notice in this issue.
Mrs. Chapin has created a regular
temperance craze among all classes.
A little girl, vlo had listened very at
tentively to Ma and others talking over
the forbidden drinks, with great earn
estness asked if they would be allow
ed to eat anything.
The Telephone wires are ill and con
netions made, and like unto those
in cities. Thie central office he it
known is over Flynn's store, and
next to the School Commissioners of
flee. Ini all there are twenty sub
scribers, the names of which will lbe
The Latncaster Ledger tells (of a cow
raised by a G(rmani family. which cain
not be nmanag -d by her ne w owners. hn
ceat'se it does not unders tand Enugl ish.
Cannot some o)f the money used for
educational purposes, be anpplied to thle
benetit of that cow'?
We learn th.it a p)leaisure exe ulrsionl
train will run from Abbeville t.o Col
umbia on MIay 14t, passin1g Newhierry
about 9 o'clock in the morning. andi re
timning iln t h - :afternoom. Thie fare
from Newberry. routnd trip, will he oi
cetnts. Ample acconmmolat ion will be
furnished piassengrs-all white.
The Floral Fair seekers have ret urned
and all pronotunce themselves as happi
ly (delighted witht v hat they saw in the
Queen City. It is even so. Char'.ston
has bottled up readyv for uncorking miore
charms than any ther city of its size
in the Union, andi :o a counitrymnl a
trip there is alwn.i: a lelasure.
Prepare the soil as deep aind ais
thoroughly as p,.ssible. Tihere will
possibly be a lac'k of rain befo)re tihe
rop matures. We very often hear
of a dry streak of country. D)avid D)ick
inson, the gre-it farmer, saidl the "'dry
streak'' alwayvs extended as far as
shallow plowi g was p)racticed1.
3Mother. retmemb:-r that no medicine
cures, it simi ly assists nt tire in re
lieving itself (f an ulnnatutral con!dition
of .the systemn. Wor~ms disarrange
Shriner's InCian Vermuifuge kills and
drives them f.onm the system, thus re
moving the en isi of disease. For saile
by Dr. S. F. l'an t.
A French singer applies his skill to
the humiian throat ini suich a mainer
that lie can produce at will a first elaas
bass, baritone, tenor or soprano siuger,
andl the operat 1ion 1s said to be SimleliL
adi painless. We wvould suggest the
advisability of sendling for this dist in
gished mnan, there being so many that
we think might be wvorked upon to ad
Last week somie one with too k<en
an edge on his knife went into the
Smith Shop of Mfr. .Jacob Boozer. on
Saluda, and e*::t a new pair of hiellows
so as to render ihenm useless. At the
same time his Carriage house was en
tered and a good set of htarnuess cut to
pieces. This wvas pure deviltry as 3Mr.
Boozer is one of oni:most harmless and
most honorabile citizens. Sonic o:ne
is candidate for t he Senior class in the
S. C. Penitentiary.
3 Messrs. Peoples & Johnson have a
painted picture of tie battle of Gettys
burg; it is n advertisement of the
3MeCormick Binder aind Reaper. which
stands in the cent r of a wheat field
where the battle :o(ok place, it is rep
resented as euttinig he grain afterit had1(
been trampledl diwn. It is one of the
best advertisemnents of the kind we have
Ont last Wednesday nighit sonme un
known perso ishot a mule of 3Ir.
Thos. J. 31atrett of Silver Street.
The mule w.is in a clover lot near
the houve, tu rned in to graze dnri:tg
the night. Tie shot took efTeet itn thme
knee of the mtile, and M1r. Ialfett
thinks the bone broken. Time m in
who would do such an act, hmas a dis
position that wouldl lead him to do any
Julian Clark died Wednlesday ntighlt
the 16th instulnt at her home, havinmg
Sbeen confined t o her bed for sonme time.
;She was an old servant of Dr. R. P.
Clark, of this county. It can be said
of her what Imanmy might envy. that
she was a kitid antd faithftil servant
Sand respected b y all who knew her.
Now 5he has gone where the "wvickedl
cease from t roubling and the wveary
a e at -est." Her funeral will h.a
> reahed at Bleaverdam Church the
i l mna i June. PaIEND.
Foa THE HERALD.
MR. EDITOR:- Much has been
written requiring proper and remune
rative employment for women. Silk
culture, poultry raising and many
other themes have been thoroughly
ventilated and the result has n o I
Ioubt been very beneficial, but there
are many ladies who have no oppor
tunity to raise silk worms or follow
any employment of that kind. To
this class, I wish to open what to
me was entirely a new field. Some
three months ago an uncle of mine
fron Albany, N. Y.,was visiting at
our house. We were talking of pla
ted ware. which he was engag-ed in
manufacturing. To gratifv my cil
riosity lie mnale a plating machine I
and replated our knives, forks,
spoons and caster. It only cost 64
and it did the work pcrfectly. Some
of our ieighbors seeing what we had
plate(l wanted me to plate some for
theo. Since then I have worked
22 days and cleared during that
time $94.34. At almost every house
I got from $2 to $3 worth of platin
to do and such work is most all profit
Just for replating one doz. teaspoons
I got $1.75. This work is as nice
for ladies as for gentlemen. as it is
all in door work and any one can do
it. My brother although he worked
two days longer than I did cleared
only $91.50. I am getting up a
collection of curiosities. To any of
your readers sending me a specimen
I will send full directions for mak.
ing and using a plating machine
like mine that will plate gold. silver
and nickle. Send small pieces of
stones. ores, shells, old coins, &c.
Any kind of geoloyical specimens
will do. Wihat I want is to get as
many different specimens from as
many d'iferent places all over the
country as I can.
Please address. -
MISS M. F. CASSEY.
Eaten in the ipriig time, or any otler
season. are lia ble to give one a bowel
trouble, which ean he speedily checked
by the use of Dr. Biggers' Southern
Remedy. IIe great sZpevilie that will
certainil e eramYl, elie, diarrhce:,
dvseiterv. ael ietore the little one
gradually watin away frm lie etYets
of teething.. Thik, with a bottle of
Taylor's Cherokee Relmedy of Sweet
Gum and 31ih combiining the stimnu
lating expeetorait principle of the
SwVeet gmii1 with thie demuitile-vit healing
one of the in1lleinl. for the clire of
croup. whooping cough, colds and Con
smniption. preselits a little MEDICINE
CHE-T no h1ottschlrdd zhold be without
for the speedy relief of sudden and
dangerous attacks of thre limg ani
bowels. A,k your druggist for them.
Manufactured by Walter A. Taylor.
proprietor. Taylor's Premium Cologne
A Physician's Testimony.
I was called to see. Mr. John Pear
son who was contined to his hed with
what appeared to be consmuilption of the
worst form. As all of his family had
diedl with thait dlreadl disease (except
his half brother), his death was re
garded as certain and sooni. After ex
haustinig all the remedies. I linal ly :is
a last, resort sent for a b)ottle of Bi ew
er's Lung Re-stoi er, and it acted like
magie. lie conit iied tile umse of it for
somle time aii ha:s been fuilly restored
to healthI. S.) faur as I could discover.
he had conisuimipt ion, aiim Brewer's
Lung~ Re-t orer -aveud his Ii fe.
J. 0. HOL LOWAY. MI. D.,
From a Promi nent Lawyer.
3Maj. J. H. Whit tner oif Gree-nville, S.
C. says: "Whlilst I do inot regard Nor
man' s Ne-ut ralizingi Cordial as a uiver
sal Panalce0, yet it alTord s me lieasur
to sar tha:t I have used it withi munch
heniotit to self and family ini all alt'ec
tionis of the bowels so usual ini our .-e
tioii of theC cotuntriy duriing the Smumer
season. Inideedl I never used any other
medicinie for such complaints."
The News & Courier
Can be obtained daily from EUCENE
GRENEKER, the regular News Agent for
that paper, immediately on the arriyal of
Cars at the Depot, and after that at the
HERALD BOOK STORE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
Om-iEoF COMPTrRoLLER -GENERAL j
I herer certify that E. A. SCOTT,
agenmt for the fol lowing Insuirane
Companies, to wit :The North British
M1erantile. N. Y. Underwriters Agen
ev, Phiuonix of London, German
i.mcrican, Imperial -Gerimania and
Nortnhern Assuranice of London and
Ab-rdeen, has complied with equisi
tion of the Aet of the General Assem
bly enitle t"oAn Act to regulate the
Ageni' es of Iiisuraiice Companies inot
ncorpora ted in the State of South
Carolin.' aind I hereby licenmse the
said E. A. Scott, aigenxt as aforesaid. to
take risks and t ranis:et all business of
insurance in this State, in the County
of Newberry,. for and( ill b-hialf of sid
W. E. STONEY,
O0liee C.ouinty Trea-iurer,
Ne wherry. S. 4.
Noti ie is hereby given that this otliee
will be openi for the collection of Tax
es from the first day of MIay next to
the :-lst dlay of MIay inclusive.
For Stante purposes, 5 mills
For Ord'ny Co. purposes, 3"
"School " 2 -
SSpecial " l
Total for all pmurposes ill
Ini adlditioni to the above. a po)ll Tax
will he levied on personls between tile
age of 21 and 50 vealrs, except thiose
texempt by lawv. Thioe who fail to
pay the first installment of Traxe-s
(one half) in MIay. will be charged 5
ler cent addit ionaml thiereon.
I will attend at the following p)laces
on the days specifled, for thme collectioni
Dead Fall, 3MayG6
Jalapa, " 13&1
Prosperity, "13 1
Cromuer. - 20
Gibson, " 21
May bietou, "22
All other dais at Newberry C. I.
3I. HI. GARY.
reasurer,. Newvberry Co.
LONDON HAIR RESTORER--6REAT ENGLISH
Toilet Article. Restores growth, color.
gloss, and softnness. Removes Dandirufr.
Aristocratic fauilies ot Great Btriltani en
dorae It Elegant dressing. Fragrantly
Derfumd. Thefavorteof 8ashio. A
For the Qenate.
p he many frivends of the lox. JoIN
.. WIISON coimwend him as a can
lidate for the Senate from Newberry
lounty. Subject to the action of the
,Or the House of Representatives.
[ al!otiice inyelf as a Candidate
for the Hfou-e of Representatives,
ubject to the Primary Election.
1 HE Hox. W. D. HAIDY is a'
r ounced hv his friends as a CAldi
lite for re-eltction to the legishttire
lis mainl straightforward conduct,
pl wI.~%ithu his ability and expe
i.en,cmmiend1 him to the f;vora
le con-idwration of the people of his
A 1:. ELITOR : We woulil respect
f1ll %n- in:ilate 3it. GEoRGE S.
lowi-,. for tie Legishiture. Conser
Ltiv-, practicnl amd well equipped inl
11 that makes the man, he is eminent
v littid for the positioi of Legislator.
1 . AT. 0. L. SCIIUMPER1T is hereby
annoinced a a candidate for the
ei-dature. He was a gillant soldier
uni has ahvays been zealous in tle
ause of the State. le has ability and
vialifications such as would enable
Aim to a-ssume and maintain a high
)ositionl in the councils of the State,
imd filly protect at all times the rights
>f his native County.
For County Treasurer.
i . EDITOR : Please announce the
name of J.- D. S3rr as a suitable
-Adidate for the office of County
L'reasurer. This is done without his
<mowledge or consent, but feeling as
mired that lie will serve the people as
he prople inl future as in the past, we
ake : his liberty of proposing his naime,
rusting that he will accept if chosen
11 the Priniary Election.
For ounty Auditor,
or. J0. S. A1,1I1 is :111nounced a1,
a C:mdidtate for Auditor of New
SPARTANBURG CO., S C.
The Proprietors of this Celebated
iYatering Place respectfully announce
hat it will be opened this Season on
hle 1st of May under the same man
igeient as last year.
TERMS OF ROARD REASONABLE.
Arrangements will be made for the
ransportation of gist to the Springs
A&- Special attention given to ship
ng of Water.
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
STA TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
Having mnade final settlemient uponl
rthe personal estate of William F.
Shumpert, deceased, I will apply to
the Probatte Court of said County for
my linal discharge as Administrator
thereof, on the 20th day of April ]S84.
Administrator of William F. Schum
pert. dec'd. 13-5t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBEiRRY.
Simmons for Relief.
Complaint not Served.
Eustaeia Wedaman, Plaintif,
Fran k Eicelberger, A.dam E ichel ber
ger, Ida Eichelbergzer, Henry Eichel
berger, .Johni E ichelber.er, Margaret
Meetze. Williamu Eichelberger, Geo.
A4. Counts. Susan Gilbert, Permnelia
Folk, P'olly Sligh,. George RutY, Hen
ry Rufif, David A. Cannton, J1. Har
ri-on Cannon. John DmI Wedemnan as
thec Administrator of Elizaibeth Sliglh,
To the defendatt above named
You ar.e hereby sunninonedl anid re
quliredl to answer the compllainmt in this
action. which was filed in the offIce of
the Clerk of this Court on the second
day of April, A. D. 18S4, and to serve a
copy of your anmswer onl the sublscriber
at his olice, at Newberry Court House
in the State of South Carolina wvithin
twenty days after the service of this
summons onl yon. exclusive of the day
If yon fafl to aniswer this complaint
within tIn- tuime aforesatid, the plain
tilY will aupplyv to thle Court for the re
lief demndii ed in t he coiiplant.
Dated April 1bt. A. D. 1884.
Attest Y. J. POPE,
L.S. E. P. CHA LMERS.
To~4 the defendants Fran.k Eichielber
ger, Adlaim E;(eihlberger, Ida: E ichel
b reHery Eichelberge,Jh i
chelberger, iMargairet Meetze.. William
Eieihelberger. Snwan Gilbert. Permeclia
Folk anud Henry Raf.~ Take notice.
the foregoing summons was by order
filed April 8th, 18S4, directed to be
served by pulblicaltionl upon each of
von as absent defendants.
Dated A pil 8:h, 188t.
Y. J1. POPE.
OFFICE SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRA
My office will lie open on the first
Mondlay in e:ich month until the 31st
of October inclusive? for the registra
tion of tho.se who have arrived at the
age of 21 since the last General Elec
All those who have lo-t their certifi
cateS can get them renewed by proving
to the satisraction of the Supervisor
that they have been lost. Applica
tions for lost certificates must be made
at least thirty days before the next
W M. Y. FAIR,
Supervisor of Registration.
Jan. 31, 1884-6-t f.
TSE. M. Marble. (Late Coin
ATLA~ tni-sioner of Patenr.>.)
Obtains itatents for in
vent ions in this and for.
eign countries. will also at tend to patent
cases in the United States Courti. OfBoe,
Lrolt.u+lCndln= WuhMmetfn. D. D. 6-Sin
COLUMBIA CASH DRY GOODS STORF,
0. &P. JAOKSON, Manager,
120 Main Street, - Columbia, S. C.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL
NOTIONS. CLOTIrING, IATS,
Lulies and Gents Under Garments.
JUST ARRIVED AT
All the Laest Novlisof the
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
W. J. P)LLARD. JAS. L. EOBERTSON.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 731 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, CEORCIA.
anufacturers and General Agents for the Following Machinery, Con
sisting in Part,
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
100 Thomas SmoothingEarrows,
100 Acme Pulverisers and Clod Crusher.,
100 Beapers, Different Makes and Styles, (single or combined.)
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Binders, (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (various siz2s and styles)
25 Watertown Steam Engines. (all siz3s all styles)
20 C. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
10 Oneida Steam Engines,!(all siz3s and styles)
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Presses,
50 Pollard Champion Gins, Peeders and Condensers,
25 Neblett & Goodrich IXL Cotton Gins at $2.00 per saw,
10 Weblett & Goodrich second-hand IXL Cotton Gins at $1.5 per saw,in good order,
5 Kreille Engines.
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACHINERY.
Otto Silent Gas Engines, Hancock Inspirators, Dean Steam Pumps,
Milbrn Roller Breast Gins, Feeders and Condensers, Carver Seed Cotton
Cleansers, Newell Cotton Seed Hollers and Separators, Colt's Power
Cotton Presses, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Steam and Water Pipes,
Fittings, etc. Belting, Lacing, Hoes, etc.
OTTON MILL SUPPLIE$ A SPECIALTY.
A full line of Machinery of aill kind- in ~.tc ard for sale low. Call and
xaeut e for a i ancrep ii uey.oicited and promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 73! Reynolds st., Augusta Ga.
T. GAILLIARD, Agt. Newberry, S.C.m