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Special and Local.
THURSDAY MAY 1. 1884.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, postmaster, at Prosperity,
is our authorized agent at that place
Mr. A. I. Koin will also receive and re
ceipt for suibscriptions at P,rt
T.i2 paper imay be found on il et G .
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reau (0 Spruce st..) where advertisin Con
trat_s mav be made for it in New York
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ining tha4ates printel next their uames, and
if the ite Is not right they will please inform
us of it. Mistakes will occur scm3times -u
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice-C. ). C.
New Rook Store-Cojiel. Pettv & Co.
Final Settcuient-I'recious E.~Tho:nas.
Rentin. of Public M5arket-Town Coancil.
O: Frilav iornin-. the 24th April
1884, E(Iwa.rdl II. Chriktiani passed
aw a. lie had fifired l g am ,; -
verely, and his death was not, wholly
lilnexpeeted. Mr. Chrwian wa a na
tive of Edgetiell County. an i c:ane to
this place SomIle, Vears before the war
le was a good, kinTand usoful man.
always discharging, to the letter, e(er3
duty required of hiin.
le was interred in Rseiont Cemne
ery on Sabbatli eveniiiiigy the aLisoni'e
'Iloe of this place- of which ho va- a
thy member. .i of our people -or
for they f 0el that a goo ant wr
man la been takln from ui-. Mr.
-iitia ai alo a COII.-tent mfiiIAr
le 1re.b4)vLerian church.
Toien sub.sriber ieill be rairel on
this ?eck fir ie enllcn, f sul>serir
ins', and ice carnesfly nN! that fke
amouds ask; Ie fr benpail. '"Te amminis
(uW fi'e, uai iliiali <m1 vi7 wdt
prloreinwonre nlit i pa,yiny. Init ii tiv
ty<qregate the; amount !o consi,ohle.
Ptea-ve pury vj> yicutlemen awl r1'6 e s
Senn's & Counn-ts Celebrated Grain
Cralles for sale at Peoples& Johinson*'s
'Mrs. Wightian of Chiarleseoi will
address the ladies and children at the
Methodist Church next Tuesday af
te:oon at five o'clock. Ier address
will be on "Woinan's 3\issioiiary Work
for Woman." All the ladlies and
childrenl of the differeil conigregatiins
re cordially invited to attiid.
Ta e Property of Newberry Coun
j'Assessment of 1883.
Real t. $2, 523,93'J,00.
Personaal - y e $1.S72,X70.,0O.
Total of all'
erL iein dia.
Trihe amount of ;axes ti
)c collected from tI
assessmelt. with polls
Nun>ler of Polls in count y, 84 7.
The Telephone Subscribers aftd Nt.m
1, IERALD Office ;, C. & G. S.
M1ower-residence ; 4. "Dr. Pelhun
store: -> Y. J. Pope-residenlce:
Teegraph office ; 73 depot; 8, New
bcrry Hotel-; Q, C. & G. S. Mower
-Zt ore. :0, Ol>.zcreer 0Ofice ; 1;B. II.
18IRS . MeCaughrin-res1inee ;.9,
Crotwenl Uotel ; 20, Bank : 21,.Brownvm
& WIsoni-tore ;.22, D)r. Fant-store.
24, A. J. MceCaughrin-ofilee.
.Rev. .John E. Bushnell openeda the
meeting~ with purayer, after which Dr.
.J. Stuek, Chairman, called- upon (hue
pastors present for a brief outThie of
the sermons preached the Sabbnth pre
vious. If thme comely "skeletors'' g.ive.n
were ec lothed in becoming garments,
much' god preachmii n mst have he( n
___hieard in our* city la-t Sabbath.
Rev. K irklanid, Boyd and Bushnm:elF,
Fi iting. brethrmen, contributed greatly
'ou the int ere-t of the meetinig.
Dr. J. Steck gzave a beauti;ni a'naly-i
of his tet , as dhid also Revs. Broaddus,
/ McClintock,. Kirkland and Bushinel!.
We desire to be. prom0Upt, .iint andi
couirteCous with those who give us~ thii~r
eonlidence and patronage, and we atsk
attention to the following:
We have ino desire to force the lIER
ALT on any one, yet it is our custom
,to sppd it until eNplicit instructions are
gien to stop) it.
.If, for'anyi irason, you wish your
paper dhiscontinued, "-ettle up,' and
the wi5h shall be promptly comtplied
If von are in arrears, p)lease do not
dir-c, youir postmaster to write to us
that the ppe is "refu.sed biecaus:- you
dho not wantt it any longc'' but he e:st
andii courteous to us, and pay arrears
tad the paker shalhl be stopped.
'If yon cainnot pay what von owe,
youi can certainly ~write un'd let us
A card fromt the P)ost master does not
relieve a subscriber fromi his obl'ga
tions to the Puiblisher. st.
I sat upon the edlge of a p.reeil':e', it's
not my habit to sit in such!l place.-, but
neI1vertheless I sat there. It was not a
~teep p)recipice, amnd wheni I begant to
contemlzjate it.andt reIleet on thle danuger
of my positiont I began to fee! a sense of
alarm. How I caetiQ there I have no0
rtecollectioni The soil was elayey and
there wa- no0 slope to theC bank, but
steep), aibrupt,it went down.'iewa to the
bottomi. It was of a loose unat ure and
erumbnled at the touch. And there I
sat. It wats by nmo meansacomufortable
seat, either by the nature of the soih.or
th e danger which stared me ini the
fice. The positioni was 5tairting~, and
of course I was startled, but I did not
start, for it wvonld have been hazardous
in the extrenze, I might have lost miy
hold( andJ fallen; thlerefore I continued
"to sit, andl( 1thoughit. Then I saw
.somle one approah,~ and called to him
to lend] me at hand andt pull mec away.
H Ie caught hold of me and pulled, bt
all the st reugtht he had did ,not suffice.
to move me. I felt tihe bau slipping
from under me or rather I felt myvse i
-slipping o!T the bank. I assure you it
was not a bank of roses, m.or yet wa
it a ban'k on which the "wild thyme
*grows,''bt a m.i;erable clayey,eri:mb
hing~ bank. it mi::ht he called a 'wild eat
-bank, or be likened unito the Fr-ee
man's ' av ing' Bank about to( collals -
Myv friend pulledl with the power ot a
m'ule, but it wa no 11 ie*, I continuid
to slip and merciful heavens. wvith my
heart in my mouth, I fell, and(lthe
shock woke meC.
DEMOREST'$ POR T FOLIO,
WHAT TO WEAR,
uat received at HRALD Book Store,
.lalapa has been blessed with a,lIwer
of raii which lasted almo-t the( entire
week, on) someI~ :armllS not a furrow haR
bni loit'e. -o the farer- are inuc1
behli:dl wvith v.or'k, cninpar.-d to provi
The~ oat :iii1 whleat crops aire ,is
ovelV, bette th evk.Ver biefo. :1.1
larger in area than for :inmv vearz.
Frost no lon'r far ,a an at-rost
bird, with a red-!ead and white feath
(rs in l i AInng-Z, chirls on te o ie' I d
pine tr:eez. on:ily awaiti:i roa.tig- (-a.;
for lis f:lvori"e Meal.
l-he planting of cotto:, i, tiel nll
absorbin e1ha w%ithl flCamer:od
borers are wvorking with a vimn.
nar 1 wan ha-;r- nn:er -'i :t
ir.reaht e ::nees: taken in a Sunday
.'Alool at any plae. a ti c::e a new
f-:ure i- an adldre by ome one of
tle S'lool oice a ionth. J. IlIaynt
Chalners, will deliver tle Iirst addret
onl the 2nd Sunday in Jane. Subjet.
of a 11::e t i!o' s t :i no e 5o! iof Er
kine. Colh-g., e:m lhantil--:my su:bject
.oi a to make it interesting :md in
Mrs. Mattie Cro-o, 1r.W. C.
S!ih and 3'rV. Thom p-ni Connor.
knoingoneof o:-,eIi n to be
'xithout 1 coo,i and in eondition to .ip
pre.It'e tlie .-Ifi of life plac'd atO hi
di.po-il vidane tiat w.o!1 ha%V eL linpt
e-l 'le appetitO of 'In F,itor. Ma ny
tlhainkz kind fie! N. C.
*It ki hard our lively i.Jalapa corres
poldenit so oftcln tellk the c4litol of tihe
go1d thingn which lie receive, a1d
whi-h1 he hiniikZ would he So :1eecep
blte 1o him. withiout making a ln for!
to sharo. Oinr apetite should no- e
so o.ten inentiotne. We aur hin
that there is no( en1v in oi. eonpi
t onl. Aet wve fSl b('01ontant aliu-,40n
to 'or cthi " re i d :1 i di-p.' ' S
ed of by our J iti izer.
Visiting the Slek.
How pleasant it is to be visited by
id ai symp:ithetic friends; their
Comi is a beniedietion : the Sick mnan
revives, is cheered, and feels better at
once. We never knew what it was to
enjoy good, robust health, as other iien,
but have had seasons that were com
paratively so. The good. the bad and
the indifllerent have blen taken as the
caiiie, with a Spirit we trust of platien1t
resignation. Good friends givt. us red
it fo: great patience, and.ve hope :hat
wC are patient, but lay no claim to
bin g btter than other mnen. Willi
this large experience. we think we
k.ow% something about visitors to the
sick, both the wise and the unwi-e
we only speak of the former. however,
be -whose visits are intended and do
Weer and encourage the sick man. We
V those visitors, they who come in
without force or niOe, With
i themselves to he inl great
t ithont stumbing ovr
>r ' a chair. without speakin;
n a o S. e, but i>porti:g tem
I ly quiet 1IManner, an
m.aking . . t feel in love w(h
thei tnd ti mankind. I
knov such F . women ; we
ove theinl the% ' sick rocn
like a Soft 5:uninie . ', re foot
fall i ; not heard ; tfj'. n . a . ow,
weet, delicious; there
their pre;ence ; 'their con
oothing; and when they depth
e ace f>ehnd them an unmnista. ~~
ssence of delight ful memory. 'WonY
ind arc particuzl:rly f:tted as v:i
:ors to the sick loom, they arein
'tuitiv gentle, kindh, quiet, low ini
oice, -aympaithetic, andic know .n t
where to tur n the hian-l to best advani
tage. There are men(1 almost equi:tlly
ki d andc1 qual.ified for the ..ick room,
but not to so gre:at a ? :-ree as wo:inen.
We throw out this r.ection in the
hope that somie good tuay result, that
the eareless anid inidiTer,-it may) hut
on th-:ir thiinking cape. It is vey
ting to tihe sick man wat kuind of a
visitor lie has.
Transfers of Real Estate.
A pril 7th 1981 J1. P. Will'ams T re
te to Lueretia Perry, 77 avres. Tow: -
ship No it, A5:30t.
April 7thi1884, JT. P. Willhn, Tri
tee, to .J. B. Neel, !)0 acres. Townihip.
Aniril 7th 18S4, .J. P. Wilii:un, TUrns
tee, to D)ella Wheeler, 70) acies, Town
ship, No. i3, $5O3.
April 7th 188S1, Silas JTohnistone cor*
uer,X tQ .. .S. Payiinger. l00 acres,
Towinship, No. 1, fI00.
April 10th 1 SS4. .J. A. h:oar1 to ..
N. Fowles, 1,'>-100 :teres. Township,
April 10th 184 .J. N. Fowls to Re
beca Chiritiani I.'-1-100) aeres. Town:
ship, No. 1. 4100A
April 0th 188 1. Silas Johnston~e Mhe
ter to Isaiah H.altiwanguer, 1.51-KO.t
acres. Township, No. 1,if~;J~.
April 9thl S1. 3Iasterio ItaiiahHal
tiwan ger, 2.!-10aeres. Township No.1,.
Ah)pr'l 1t1h 1s84, S'ilas .John:-ton Ms
tr to W. B. AullI, Snarah A. A ull an-1
S. Il. AntI, 8:3 aer'a, Townip,!i No. 1,
A pril 19th 1 8-i1, Co n nerS Sinking
Fmnil to W. W. HIoiLges. 51 acres.
Towship, No. J, s1-:3.
April 18th 1SS-1, W. W. UlLe- to
Joseiph 3Iaif e , 51 acre.s, T ownishiip.
April ]sGth 1881, A. F. & E. L. lien
drix to G. W. 3IeNavy, 3 acres. Town
ship No. 0, $15.
A pril 2Cth 1831. Same to S:tmne, 1 a::re.
Towship, No. 9,$15.
April0h 18:1, iSI J. W. Long to L. 3M.
Counts, 177: acres, Township, No. 9,
April 23rd '81 J. E. V.aughin t o C. V.
Hipp, 10') acres, Township, No., $7:;0.
The Worl<d's History, Fronm Its Battle
The we!!-known punbishing hious of J. C.
SleCrdv & Co., of' Phibidelp hia, Cin i:i,
Chicago. anrd St. Louis, has ju tpubli hed a
mot valuable and attractive book, en tied,
"F.ainus and Decisive Battles o' the Wiork1l,'
wrtteni by Captain Charles Int a . S. A.
ate l'rofe'sor of Mlilit:ry Science and Tat
ie in the University of Wiscmnsin, and th.
auhor of '-Thec Coloners~ Da nuhtr. In
ti,his htest work, Captain King brings to
bear all thec arate a:.d ; .ower of hi icile pen
ipoui d.escripions of the most4 reiowined mli
arv events, from 31ar:i:hon, 400~ 1. C., to the2
pn.~sent time. His work CO:ninete qua'
ties of severe and conscientions' study n i:h
::reat picturesqueness of represent a:mon aml1
te re.uier consequenitly gets the .o l meat
of history served and presente in ' nm st al
!ring form. The book is, in f-ct, ' "ate:-y
of battle pitctures. eachl telling its owna stoy,
and all hiung upon a conneered line of lit-tory
which brings them into their proper relainn
n ith eachi other. HIistory thus ana .: .
in tile memiory,:md( a book of battles, tiharin
the scoe and writteni iln the style of ti
maseriy work of C::ptaiin Kin"'s becomnes
at once the most etfeetual, a- i: is the most
delightful, medium for acquaitin:g us wita
the great salient features in the story of our
race that conid possibly be devised. rtue
firm wants agents everywhlere to introduce
this new and popular work. Write for full
3ir. T. L. SNvumper. was taken
tic su FqnyTes(layl with some
thin, !!kC sun stroke.
Str Go. Lane who is sellin: a
pa Ingl tree for Iugries was
in town . Tesday.
Te. Volunt-.ers are drillingu now
tI a weoek, pr(paratory to the in
'G(;ov. Bonh:ea. of the Railron-I
('nmison,paNourtowni a vb-t
last :c.lie was- oki.afe
h L 1oop f at wcAti roo
)an. brotiher of'G. . n I! t ha
reioved to our town. lie is
i for his r oth i . A. We arI
ghal to have Dan -ii us.
I Ls week. -Mr. A. Il. -N'ohn! re
ceivai ' a etr frNom .i . G alb 1- 1:
C I. - 'ki Il
brrted brand i'mr ir.o
A.r.G A .\a Ttt h a s openedI a
grroc.ery ,zztore In Nvhat is known-l as
tien store. I !o e (Gus will m1'ect
witlh sue'ss in his ntew deCpartment.
(One ol' the V men!t1;11 1 of thoe
town has benli g'oig it quite extenl
sively here L lte. le cIoes soon
in the morninia aiiii stavs unti
nidt drives him, home.
Mumps are Still ing the rounls
in town. Thev have been hrl for
a -out twentv on" monIths and i' aly
One* Ca :pTs it wil not i>e th fault
o' thl 1 i iS. Thley have male
thir stay long enloug.
Dr. Langforl met with quite an
accident last week. While visitinr
some patients, his mule got fright
enced, and ran away. In jumpingr a
ditch the bugg,;y made a rude st-p
whi"Ah threw tble )r. out at tho frolt.
IF, was somewhat bruised. but nO
bones vere broken. lie is up and
doiing well again.
3I.j. Ezell wa in lown thiio first of
11I.S. T;Ilo ;. F. Il-Ilon. rI1rne~l
oil wvetedar. fr.1n a vs-it to her
auhter, Mrs. R tn-itt of A bh,vile.
We are pleased to know that Silas J.
IC-Ihriln is able to 1e up: :ndvI hope
to See(1 him olit 5oon.
Dr. W. II. Ilaringtton, now a citi
zen 0 Mis.. is Ol a visit tO his boN -
Ihord hofle. 11. arrived on1 Tuesdayv
:Nv will make a hOrt st ay with rel
Mr. JoI Set a n d blido arrived in
Ncwhorry Moiay laut. Ther Nwert.
vaim!v welcoIed by iheir ful-e. Mr.
E. A. -r a ei wll as by a largecr
cle of iendI. W for oneti ghal
that .-1hAl ha. againlh pie.hedl ils ten', in
old New h!rTy. :ni L.0lp, tIlLt till' I I
ins of thalic tent v1l be abiding,. Wt
learii that lie hs (ome to car,r on thc
anld lec All A ibolt.
-: k for farmer..
fromu till Leuntiry inl t(own
TheII ihn:&g of 1n0 varietyv i-- the weath:
F:ynnI ha.s atbeau:ifuli and sh:owy
sIg.I, .in-t pult ap.
T1hie Engaine 3Ialin:ery is nIow& beIing
puti up in the Cotton 21!.
S-e che card If Peter. (oh-ild &
Coi1111hia toia Vwith1 thie ExcuCrsion
TheI I young0e.t editor anmd pIublisherY
in tie tateI is (ur son, 3i. Ed :Iward
Greneker-give :ilm tim riht hand11.
Soum of the Job Prit ing abuIt i5
respe;ctial 1:1]oliicited by 'the' II El Ium
Saturdlay and Sunday mal:y beC st
down as the loveliest days of the sea
TheI younlg latdies of theC Newb:-rry
F-emiale AcademyI1 ai c talkting of ax Pic
Nie very soon,I no0thIig yet decidled.
It looks ats li (url meaC~t suply has
pretty we]l1 played oIt. WhIat we axre
to do) in the fture it ilihrd to tell.
Thuere was a livJlv fall cif hai] or
sleet herie Onl la-t Fiday evening$.
The pariticles~ were small1 but1 ver
A he(:mt1 i 111 assortmen!tt oIf fancy party
re'Vi- aIt ile II EIumL otlice. They
wiH 11e pritedCu Cceap for lash.
The~ M . D'S. who ha:ve beeni in ron
venItio0n :t lorence. eiUyed a deliiht
fIul exuionl to) WaICe:0Inaw Lake. FI
dayi lai.t. They~ had a good time.
D)o not overlook theC claims of tile
IIEiAum Book Ster-. All kinldeo
Stacle Stat toonery are Iih-re to be foun,
a:ud Piues are as low' as any .
'Tll milmibers Iof tIe Presby trIan
chutrchi are* mlakinIg arrangmlents L()pr
curte aL Pipe Org:m for their Chlurchl.
Thec ladIies are Idoing the work.
The ECxcel 1iors were out ini force on
T1uesdayv EVening. 'They3 are a finle
looking body of meni and hlandIle
"Young Johni" with great skill.
M,r. Z. L. Whlite has a chIamioOn hItS
enit enter. in a colored bov. a native
of, Egied. iIe aite nline hiscuit5, and
beuing aiskedl if he~ Could eat more said
v-es. threc or four more.
Gardens generally are verv back
ward-what with tile cold wveathler and1(
tile rain manyil hiave to repolnt npost o)f
thieir seed. S In ma:rdenv lloweverI
whrr i- a tIr-I 'las townt. hIr
Iit/%eni- rIlne:Ily enert ie allil wid
awake, Iher laiui b:aut iful andt intelli
en(t. an d the Ilse hias a magn:m I (en tly
large Cot ton Fatctory niearly com1pleted.i
In h Abbvill1- farmers are payv Ilg .0
Icenlt- a11 bu1h1 for seedi cotton)1, so seatr
is it. Thui shows the folly of sellinit
it last winter for from I10 to 15 lents.
Whlen w Ill famers act with .iudgmenCIt.
T he versat ile Pureell, managliLer of
Fly'nn's low price store, tells his tale
thIi- week inl a most readablle mlannter.
We n eel -carcelv advise our readers
to heed whlat hIe 5ears.
Our friend Mr. Th:os. S. Il:Ilo,
pleasedl us veiryl ntc:i Tuesday last
byalre sample of the kind of fi.h
hecaptures in his baskets on Bushi
river-they were cats, many of themi.
He hai ne thatnke.
BwIi. P plin :n inl . i'o 'aie t 1 b
p)re ,1tm to our readIrs th1.i week.
1. I Pror to ' Tod hIo s I l:en d ; a r
S-t in the -tore room Iateiy oe
.4-1 il r for s:ire' throat is to
'rir I cloth ou(t ftal :un 'ild w.
"r '. 1 1 i ' about i!:i neck. ii ver
n 1 w it dry Pit 1 Of 11a1n, l.
)h- th*-r n-r
Pr-h:e inM tral i In:r :e 'i---tt,
n, I i. J . r 2
m V ?.- ir I ' 1 i
1V 1"'! n
team . A i ''':: h : .r: lIb- t i
h .- -m 'i T o 1 :n . i ll
i: - I e :: w iio : .. : i w -a .
ind it 1:::" 1 l lino it i:r il in:Y
:itore i: i:l n -i n Vi hL !b i- e:il thtl
i t -1 l ot' 4iI' "1 i d I jvvro .1tbcov
i-.i I' io r.o I t flo l W i;
No ~ ~ (1 ilhleii :-.':r- r J liv , lem
biu rtiv ' t b o i lin fe Iniinli
i i t Si r 1. I w : nl r r
hf h h1 :4. ]iv!ei. ie. F..r:1v i::1 b I
I' 11111 11Itii . Wil '0 1 :LVre
- Itr i- r.n rI! 1 c ba ii hi o ::
hi( lately . WoIav et wer ai boy
m it ,. t . :,'i'' ,. f Vs,1i l :11~(i 1l1
i. not to rol tiw' vi: .i it- keit'4.
;t>o mabe,o o 01- ifvnl
0::1, hn tel r tt nt1in from t
~ . I Iof 14,!::a to n vr i 1 ir:lt ig -
a i:h in t ie aindiwa ! ive e ra
41(*i4 'J bit' a4t Ilap i' of to flf1'.
.wid:. .i ot of th o hib rV e ehi 411(
M 1r- Wr h111 4 arp- ! h (:m --
n:n cedthe c la -:r, ])in ohrn w h : laor
)nii..lt :t e xl ,ni-nic th m o
-hove to: drh.v nei ri a1b:nin
miyr1''M.'n: o t he i i' o ne.ii hCt!:ei hu-'
em-cwe friday. ite h:ual a1t if h-o
cive b:n, li the]it a r11ti e . idrel 4r
The i k i tri'W i 1io,y roveri
ijtm~aiie . i artileoly* re-veiring
101 rn t 1 ti roi l: it be . i tig
tir,o a .Ion agumt,o leaf. ~hi
brov.i;vof: wor -:' 1lr a ae m oth.,
andif'C l'i Fvici4k :e a nd 1-vill'e-4
atl it' at a re.hili rie r..medy.
7111t itern 1iorl-l n dub: wil
bh-lg iic Lui i
l it bni ant m of1:.o buv i fI
l11th weat otf t~he w.iione~:l
.hr, e 'h a .i it' I wi i>nt .,i:t:itino?
hv 1-ct l-i : viill 'tici '1- \'ll*e Il::, ub-, i;
-: Mi . ., i'hr s Ch p i
--I'o.flifl, f I) .i ''ec re fi ik
'l . i~~n 0;I fi- iCidiil 'heli'a
Tere f1 i'o 'romit fni1 i tt:i wor
I:on i n t.r alle n :;: t thr 0 a r eine
gvht pels irntly i e ito b ,e a .:ndi
inuhbe lbr,btlieo h ao
>f l lione d workr-:~. Wo:'ie ld we lio:1 Sthe
>w'oANGE I'DDn . Etr of' sigeItit
icra 1:ncn:s; : i li lo ' atI fOear iO ltwO
aLko aepartient and~r lotl inL~ ah
l'e tt. 1a1 in de re. to at hra om
lie Grct-- 'c ' . l i' r y i n Ofe hiold
ReadeSTiY and Friemit. andTL rIegnet
hem'~' n! to. iend hime now ad' Por (I
3:5r e1. u ilj aho wh,~ entc. c Anv Gient,
-1i.4 o Iear a e Ihic 'ai0nsw. B. sb
eribern. Mr.t .tstiiuo' 014 mrs is re Chi
ziewt'id .e usualr' amonto oala;
is'i' The Gho ptfrego, Qist ion
'i uiine. Aniie anti olChiee Gor
Pih e:rl es t Th pia e:- cnla t
o:mhoole, ro thel kinedes. Cn
ur h,is . istrn aru en,foil nd irey
emin'ine stad-ouint, gaist Il tne. ai
atio. "teai' ah,w r- it ies. Terr
m inhussi nad Ts-eror.m i m p,i
N!o.Te baigraphotal esa B .i.lS.
ple>:, n aMr. Haywl ."sadeciio
m weti. Ar Ait me ri.: ot'her iatretil,
ofrhapl e odt:. h::oerh iarbeo
rCLepe AriPn en:i "The h.st
morer, Th- F. RpleensEoE
Don't Spill the 3Milk.
"Thl-'re i no ue cryng over spilled
milk. sny; the old saw. )i you are
1o oOnly fald. bit have no life in the
root1s of yoiur hair. there is no use cry
in- over that. either. Take both time
aind y(toir-elf by the forelock wh1ilc
it' s a f o ck left. Al ply 1ParI
ker'z llair Bal-zamii t- vt-wr hair before
Il,tt!, gt w6 \ r'o-. IT will arrezt the
Malliv I <.i I. h ir a rio ri it
1 i l i.- m . tt i. 1.
'A I- t ,I
A e h a ia h itd i of froiil.'' hI:
:enli' it-r tl spee!;i'(:l. :- t in it ltn
I.1 tilliiIV in athe I by :iIhr .j
i r'in - -:vtn the off t1t of t
hW.l :,- 1! d i-- --uon; reZ101red, a-; wa"L- a1
a -we havie , il-t tard 1J. D -. ir
itr ' ith1rn )'i )ly 'houle i n
h- li\- e m-1 of 1 irha1 Ofis t: ir
hu ~ '"ayl1-'i "li-flY. ( Vtf
: n!Vthiidien t.t h 'ii::. Ti.~ "it h
zh i:n hu a : :rm rn il
Of the zwe.e- "uma w"ih 11he dl.mlill:ent,
wldigoe ci theumlw n for the e-ure
oi errmp. whn pinl(' cu ro111 adli
uon-aien. l fprelwe :little IEDI
CANE CHlEST nt),1ousehlol Ihwuld1 be
witi I lit fr th.- Zeed v relieci s le t nll
tby Walto-r A.
Cei a: ,.
LAl ut P 1-1. it az dis-Oered
IIla '-'I v i t i :, ( ti - 1. 1t
that my s ,'a uife a t:in t ;ala.
I ,o :.e ISt'li on1) . Shii e S.v.
en::ihi i:r-a: tiv and at liin1
Clense ouar P :re i se
thoull t i t ol a t l i n of time W II
]lite willilI . m1 -ll (I to givt- w.,y
to the, fell di trove. After all thr
let e failev,. toe .o.-ot B-e w'sVeF%
Lin:tl R - :1 i a1 h- -a it in very3t
small: doe.a ivwas v wak
IAt't lCil I0t~dilluacni -Alt llu'
thyre i: ol wa lie ordtlf
:aw! .l h ;nd is t o-dav bette th.
he-, has ev. b u befor.. I I.r. ard
hur re1r! ma;nly1 a mir;wb .r
R. W. BONNER.
r r R tor-lr i4 a pur-ly
vg abe prep-ara.Ti1An. eontain"; no0
'pi . Inlopli-phin, LIrolnid olr ally PoA
on u :l . Se nd fol.4-irt1 1rgnar
of Lon- t ci wondelerer.
L. 1\R1RANKI N & LAMAR.
\ ( o tt~. usan 3ilbr n Gera
I lve iIl Si.ft's ege (S.S.S.
for h ti . a nd ffect Ire
litf. It is t o bit tonli c an B d
Reed known ' ie"' t sciioiene. t e
D. P". 11ILL,
.apri 1-1mi Atc-orney at law Atlanita. Ga
Cleanse Your Premises !
No-f)ti o. l- h t.erb ii nt it is
m:ti. n th wto thet Boird of Health
tl inler fll reies within the ecor
platl of lil A. .llm To-win of .Newerr
ry, S. C. i:im all persons are hereby
reuie to- rhoouhl Coeansei
pei -eli ete en t1t of Apr11 arl111 ill
:nite 1V day~ afe Ia le d,te and ti
UrIilti order ofii theBrdln.ito h
Attest. PrYien Br POIEalh
J . S. F 1 '1 "I.h'
SToT the (ltiTlll C Ak icLbNA.
Fr'a i celhere A:Idn Eichele
erer, liehn E'i 'elberger. JIarnaret
elit'ie'z 1tt"t-'eetze. William Ecebre,Go
IliA .runts.. uSn Gilbet t brei
oll: Poll tSCiigh. eeorg Run , Ien
r):te Ruflf. ht :ni- .an,J.Hr
ris C:unon.Joh DI WOe.eana
To thae defen:t iabovtie nameitX
ou ret .Fo whereby Ihavoed an vre-'t
quiredeopnse the "ompl iint i n ti
antion wi was -tiled in ie lice"- of
then Cle'a-rk oflt thi Crt nte seonld
Mry of Api. IolA idto see at
will of iapur :to we on fthedsanibd
B. bH ilc. Lovewerr CoutHue
gi the Stt of Soti Carol i whurin
iOi wet Eastei rst eri ofthis
'f1110ai towrthi omplsi~n. t
witinth tim afdoraid cthe pin- ~
Attoeyt.Y J. OPE,.
For the enat.
T hie many frienidZ oil the Ho0x. JorHN
C. WILsoN commnend( himi as a canl
Hdate for the 'Senate from Newberry
Count y. Subject to the action of the
For the House of Representatives.
T anlionice m)self as a Candidate
for the HIon.e of R -presentatives.
1uiect to the Primary Elet]ion.
I)m%- blk hi1ricin( ,I-: a (-:mn1;
late for re-elvetion to the leislature.
Ilis manly, straightforward conduet,
vouphld with iis ability and expe
rie-nce, eomm111en( him to the favora
ble eoni,deration of the people of his
I ia. E rro;.: We would respect
ifly nonmilate 3N. GEORE S.
Mow. for ti LegislatUre. Conser
vative. praicial andi well equipped in
all Ihat makt s th,e man, he is eminent
lV 1itted fur the position of Legislator.
C AIT.O. L. SCH1'MPEnT Is horehy
d a: a eanilidate for the
leixlanirI. lie wa- a gallant soldier
:md laz always b-on zealous in the
catt;e of the State. He ha abilitvand
rlialilleations such as would enabla
him to astmine and maintain a high
po-ition in ti--e councils oi the State,
an fu!if protect at all times the right;
of bis native County.
FoiP 0ounty Treasurer,
St. EDITOR: Please announce the
name of J. D. SMITH as a suitable
eandidate for the office of County
Treasurer. This is done without his
knowledge or consent, but feeling as
smre(l that Ie will serve the people as
/lie people in future as in the past, we
take this liberty of proposing his name,
trusting that he will accept if chosen
in the Primary Election.
MAN V Vo-ERS.
For County Auditor.
C oL. Jo. S. REID is announced as
a Candidate for Auditor of New
Newberry Cotton Mills.
Newberry, S. C., April 21st, ISS4.
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Newberry Cotton 3ills
for ISSI, for the election of a Board of
Directors for the ensuing year and the
tranSaction of such other business as
may properly come before it, will be
hel in the town of Newberry, S. C..
at the Knights of Honor Hall, on Wed
nesday. May 7th, 1SS1, at 11 o'clock in
All Stoekiolders who caniot attend
are requested to send in their proxies
By order of the Board of Directors.
R. L. 3cCAUGHRIN.
GEO. S. MIOWER,
Where did you get that nice fitting
suit at ? it is perfect, Charles.
Now darling cant you guess where
they camne from ? oh ! yes; you
had them made by your Tailor of
course, John, I thought yonul
say that, I went to Kinards Em
porium of Fashion to see the new
Spring Stock that lie is advertis
ing so extensively. They were so
kind. p)olite. and attentive in show
ing ine some fine cutaway and sack
suits, and at last pursuaded me to
try them on, well they fit so nice
and were made up in such
that I couldnt help buying a '.suit.
I saved fromn $10 to $15 on the
Well Jojin if' you can save that
difference in price and they certain
ly fit you as well as your Tailor
can make them 'or you, I would
advise you to continue to trade
(Juo.) Yes I will and glad that
you arc pleased with my purchase, I
think it is folly for a man to have
his clothes made, where you can
get as good a fit and have so many
if von want to keep on good terms
wi~th your lady friends and be ad
mired, go to jinuard for your Tai
lor Mlade Clothing that fit and are
Emporium of Fashion.
M. L. KINARD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SPARTANBURG CO,,S C.
TheI Proie0)1tor of thi Celebrated
Waturing Place respect ful]ly announle
that it will be op)ened this Season on
th1e 1-t of M1ay under the same man
:lgemuent as last yea.
TERMs OF RoARD REAsoNABLE.
Arrangement, will be made for the
tranispo)rtation of giue>t to the Springs
rg Special attenition given t~o ship
ping of Wter.- - IPS
OLUBIA CASH DRY GOODS fToll,
F, P, JACK8ON, Manager,
120 Main Street, - Columbia, . C.
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL
NOTIONS, CLOTHI,G, HATS,
Ladies and Gents Under Gar6fents,
-1I TERMS STRICT'LY-.CAJJ
1881 - 8
JUST ARRIVED AT
All the Latest Novet1es of the
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
W. J. POLLARD. JAS. L. BOBEETSON.
POLLARD & ROBERTSON,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,.
No. 73 i Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, GEORCIA.
Manufacturers and General Agents for the Following Machinery, Con
sisting in Part,
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
100 Thomas SmoothingHEarrows,
100 Ecpr,Difbet Ka an tls (single or ceinMnsd
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Bindrs, (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (various sizes and styles)
25 Watertown Steam Engines, (all sizes all styles).
20 C. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, Call sizes ad styles)
10 Oneida Steam EnginesC(all sizes and style.)
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Preises,
50 Pollard Champion Gins,-Peeders and Condensers,
25 Weblett & Geodrich IlL Cotton Gins at *2.00 per saw,
10Nbet&Goodrich ecn-adILCotton Gins at S1.G per aw, in goadesder,
5 Ireible Engines.
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACHINERY.
Otto Silent (as Engines, Har.cock Inspirators, Dean Steam Pumps,
Miilbuirn Roller Breast Gius, Feeders and Condensers, Carver Seed Cotton
Cleansers, Newell Cotton Seed Hullers and Separators, Colt's Power
Cotton Presses. Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Steam and Water,Pipes, -
Fittings, etc. Belting, Lacing, Hoes, etc.
COTTON MILL SUPPLIES A SPEOIALTY.
A full line of 3Machinery of all kinds in [stock ant ie Igr. al1 and.
exmn foratlogs: Cruepenc e <eolicited and pompty attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta Ga .