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Special and Local.
TBURSDA Y, SEPT. 21, 1882.
&D= To Nsw ADVERTISEMENTS.
A. i. Wheeler-A Card.
M. L. Kinard-Clothing.
Mat Gray-Old Mat Gray.
y. Taylor-A New 45 Saw Gin.
T. J. Pope-Notice of 2od Primary Elec
D. R. Duncan-Scire Facias on Recogni
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PEep rity is our authorized agent at
Mrs. F. W. Calmes died Monday
Mrs. Rhoda McKinney died Tuesday
night. 19th instant, aged seventy-seven.
Mrs. Wm. Monts died of heart dis
ease at her home, near Pomaria, the
13th, aged seventy-four.
Mrs. Frances Stephens, the mother
of Mr. P. J. Stephens, died at her homne
near Dead Fall Scndey night, 17thin
i-stant, aged sixty-aix.
Bennie Hays, son of Mr. Jno. H1.
Hays, deceased, died of congestion Fri
day. 15th. At Mr. E. C. Longshore's.
where le has lived since the 'death of
3 is parents. He was sixteen .years of
Fant's Female Regulator cures all dis
eases peculiar to females. - 35-tf
The Female Academy. the Prosperity
High School and Miss Cofield's icbool
opened last week. The' attendance
upon all is pretty good. but sickness
keeps a good many pupils away yet.
Don't Waste Money
On trashy extracts when you ean buy a
lasting perfume so d.lightfully fragrart and
,. refreshing as Floreston Cologne.
The County Treasurer opened his
e ice Friday. 15th, for the collection of
taxes. Mr. Geo. H. Morris, of No. 9.
was the first to.pay his fall taxes. And
b h was the only.anpe who paid anything
for the first two days.
'The best Tonic and Appetizer in use
Fat's Calasaya Bark and Iron. Try
it. - 35-tf
Honor to a Newberry Young Man.
Mr. Gustavus E. Werber, second son
of Mr. F. Werber, Sr.. of Newberry.
has recefved the appointment; to the
NJaval Academy at Annapolis, Md.,
from the Third Congressional District.
Mr. Werber graduated last June at
J Newberry College. and is 18 years old.
-He lefs Saturday for Annapolis.
Will Be Sent Free..
Four beautiful Fancy Chromno Heads
to every one who is using, or has u.sed,
Brown's Iron Bitters. Write, stating
disease for which medicine was taken,
benefits derived, &c., giving correct ad
dress, to BRowN CmCAL Co., Balti
more, Md. 36-St.
M. L Kinard,
Through the HER&u), calls the atten
tion of the Newberry people to his large
and elegant stock of clothing, and
-gent's furnishing goods. Einard's is
the leading Clothing House of Colum
bia. and parties trading there can al
ways depend on getting their money's
worth. All orders promptly attended
to. See advertisement.
E=ntertainment at Chapel's..
The iadles of the Methodist Church.
aided by their friends of the Baptist and
other churches,. will give an -entertain
mont at Chappell's Depot Thursday,
28th instant. Dinner and supper will
be served. beginning at 1 P. M. Every
thing requisite will be provided for
snaking the occasion enjoyable to all
who may attend.
If you will use a bottle of Dr. Fant's
Chill Cure you will shake no more. 35tf
Mr. Thos. M. Lake has received his
- maps of Newberry County from tbe
lithographer. They are well executed,
and will be found very useful. The
roads, streams and the principal points
df intest in the County are given with
great mniut.euess Mr. Like did not
make the miay frop actual surveys, but
froms the best inforpatio3 be could get
oterwise-as to locations and .distanices.
The seaie is oneinchbto tenmile. The
HzAwar oDice is under obligations to
Mr. Lake for one of the maps.
The Augusta Trade Issue,
Issued the 16th by the Chronicle and
Constitationalist. beats anything of the
kind we have seen. It gives a fine
. bird's-eye view of the city. besides many
prominent features in detail. This is
sue shows that Augusta is not only hold
ing her own, but is making long and
rapid strides in the line of progress.
She is ahead of all other Southern cities
in cotton faetories, and the enterprise
of her people seezns to know no limits.
As a cotton market she is pre.eqpment.
This Trade Issue is an honor to the
aity and to the staunch and reliable
newspaper that got it Dp.
It is a well known fact that Rheumatism
p'. ciginates from a disordered or impxire con
'edh~ion of the blood. To relieve the system
t.of these excruciating pains permanently,
baelyou most pnrify the blood-root out the
. sn. S. S. g. is the only remedy known
atde this. Gtkers relieve the pain ; S.
Old S. S., by renewing the blood, oures the dis
Foae rice, $1.00 and $1.Th per bottle.
bift Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teething
id 'owders) will cure your child. For
emble by all Druggists and Country Mer.
U. S. Jurors.
The following citizens of this Con
were drawn Tuesday. to serve as jor
at a special term of the U. S. Dist
Court to be held at Greenville in F
rnary: Grand jurors, Peter Simm<
and S. P. Baird; petit jurors. J. C. C
ry, A. F. Clayton and S9 P. Boozer.
The following were drawn to. sei
at the August term. 1883: Grand
rors, E. C. Jones, W. H. Snead, i
thew Gray; petit juror, Pierce Lai
The American Agriculturist
For October is to hand in an enlarc
form and greatly improved in its ent
make-up. Its reading matter is f
nished by some of the best agricultnri
of the country, and the subjects
fully Illustrated by fine engravin
Neither money nor labor is spared
making the Agriculburist the best f
mere' and planters' journal in
United States. It is published wont]
by Orange Judd.Co., 751 Broadwi
Best ever made, Emory's Little Cathar
Pills. pleasant to take. sugar-coated;
griping; only 15 cents a box, of Druggi
or by mail. Standard Cure Co.. 114 Nas;
Street, New York Jun. 1. 22-8ir
Woman's Missionary. Society.
We have received from Mrs. J.
Humbert, Corresponding Secretary,
copy of the 4th annual report of I
Woman's Missionary Society of I
Methodist Chureb South. In the p:
four years this Society has grown w<
derfally, and is doing a great wo
The societies now number 1.11, w
25.556 members. The collections
the past year. amounted, to $25,609.!
The Society supports two missionar
in Chiba, one missionary and one
sistant in Brazil, and two in Mexii
The Society in this State contribut
the past year $3,181.52. - These nol
women are doing a noble work for t
AMES' TURNouT. N. C.. Mar. 7. 18
Capt.Jmes a> . Johnston, Charlotte, N.
DEAR Sia-Your 20 horse poa
Portable Bay State $oiler sad Kngi
is giving entire satisfaction. We thi
the Bay State Boiler and Engine t
best we ever saw in this county. It
running a No. 2 saw mill, with a
inch saw. We never lack for stea
and can cut 1,000 feet of inch boat
per hour. It is sll you claim for it
full government standard boiler a
engine-and. we do not hesitate toi
commend it to any one wanting a go
engine and boiler. Yours truly,
JAS. A. BENNETT & CO.
Caution to Farmers.
Col. J. N. Lipscomb, candidate j
Secretary of State. who is one of t
best farmers in South Carolina, told
last Monday that one year he lost s:
teen horses from feeding them with cc
that had been overflowed by a frest
in Zeptember. It gave them "bli
The same corn, he said, if i; has i
been submerged long enough to becoi
soft and sour, will make good meal a
will not injure any other animal. ]
says he cannot tell why it is so inju
ous to the horse - but be knows it is
While many of our f iers corrol
rate the Col's. statement, there may
some to whom it may be valuable
Good Cotton Picking for Children.
Lee Sligh, a 11-year-old son of R<
J. A. Sligb, and Will Setzler, a coloi
boy of 12 years, picked Monday, 18
from half an hour after sunrise to si
set. 410 pounds of cotton-the forn
206 pounds, the latter 204. The cott
was gathered remarkably clean
A little crowd consisting of the t
boys above named and Wilber Sli~
aged 113, (who picked 215 or
pounds), tya otipr buys of Mr. Slij
aged respectively 7 and 49, any4 jwp .
ored chiIliren cf about the sange aj
picked that day nearly 900 poun
Over 600 pounds of this cotton v
gathered from a one-acre patch, fri
which had been previously gathei
over 400 pounda, andl there will be og
on it yet some 800 or j,00) ponn
This one acre was subsoiled and vi
highly manured, and was planted w
In this section cotton is heaviert
fall thsp ever known before; owing,
doubt, to th.g favorable weathera
'rains for maturing the fr,t
The Orphans Need Your Help.
In the Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton,
C., there are t,hirty-seven ch,ildren. TI
are good deserving loy: anid girls, gi
ered from five different States and
different denominations of Christians. Tl
are supported by the hand of God's poo
They do all that children could reasons
be expected to do for themselves-all
cooking, washing, ironing, gardening,
&c., for the entire establishment.
And Now, our Orphans need your hi
Our Treasgry is empty. Nothing has bi
received fer their sugport for fifteen di
A gift from yo.u, ki'd read.er, is acedet
at once. Your promp,Lassistence may a
be some aid in enabling us to decide
the rWEN'TY-EIGHr applications for adm
sion now before us.
Oar dollar will support, clothe and
ucate one of these orphans for a we
Fiva dollars for one month. Simt dol
for one year.
Send your gift by Poet office order
Laurens C. H., or by registered lette;
our Tpesyrer, Wmn. B. Bell, Esq., Clint
S. (I, Wx. P. JacoBs,
Malaria Chii Is and Fever, and Bilious
tack pstvly cured with Emory's St
dard CuePills-an infallible remedy: n
er fails to cure the. most obstinate. 1c
standing cases whe:e Quinine and all<
er remedies had failed. They are prepa
expressly for nmalarious sections, in dot
boxes, two kinds of Pills, containint
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. sut
coated, cortains no Quinine or Merci
causing no kfriig er purgn; they
mihd and enterent, cettair 4neir act
and harmless in all cases; ' exeet~
cleanse the system, and giv' new life
tone to the body. As a household rem,
they are unequaled. For L i-er Comph
their etaal Is not known; one box will h
a wonderful etiect on the worst case. T
are used and prescribad 17 Physicians,.
sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent
mail, 25 and 50 cent 'boxc_s. Emory's Li
Cathartic Pills, best ever ilide, oni;
Cents. Standard Cigre.Co., 114 Nassau Str
New York. JKun. 1,2t-'Br
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rt
for sale at this office.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This yaluable book is for sale at
HERALD BQok Stoge, pppe only 25 e4
for single copy. or &ve appie.s for 1L
This book tells you what to do foi y
horse when sick, and treats of every
ease to which a horse is liable. Ge
copy and save money and anxiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf 3,sALD BooK STomU
Tbe Columbia Begister will be ci
bed with the HEILLm as follows: W
ly Register and HEALaD $3.50,
weekly Register and HERALD $5, D
Begister and HERaLDr $8.75,
Tbp Weekly Yeomans anid Hat.
Various and all About.
aty 1. The weather is still quite summery.
o Mi-Brley Epting is Deputy Sherif
eb- The race is going to be close Toei
a- Mr. David Kibler, of Prosperity,
-ve very ill.
n_- I The remaining candidates are on
at, still hunt.
- The Jewish Year 5643 began lai
Farmers are preparing to sow oat
:ed plentifully again.
ire Mr. L. S. Bowers is out again after
ur- severe spell of fever.
are Mr. D. W. Barre sold ten bales o
. new cotton Saturday.
in Large quantities of hay are beinl
h mowed for winter use.
be The primary election and the circu
both come off next week,
Capt. H. T. Fellers is developing con
tc siderable detectire ability.
no The farmers hase all they -can do t
a get out their cotton as fast as it opens.
To-day is the Autumnal Equinox
the day and night are of equal length.
rV. Thanks to Mr. J. M. Ward for .
a copy of the Derry (England) Mercury.
he Mr. W. WV. Hlouseal has been wresi
t ling with the chills for the past week.
n- One hundred and twenty-seven hale
k. of cotton were sold in Newberry Satur
' Newberry should organize a Societ
es for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani
o. Next week's HERALD will contair
ed fall returns of the Second Primarj
he Cotton-picking commands fifty cent
a hundred in nearly every section o
;2. the County.
-: Colnmbia ought to buy Mayb'ury
-er Pullman &-Hamilton's Menagerie an<
R start a "Zoo."
be ThaDks to Mr. B. Q. Duncan, Cop
e sul at Naples, for some late papers fron
5 beyond the sea.
M, Henry Kennedy has been reappointe<
'di County Cha&rman by the Repubbcan
-a State Convention.
rid 'The whining school-boy, with h is satchel
'e And shining morning face, creeps like a snail
RJnwillingly to school."
Mr. Jas. R. Irwin, of Chappell's. los
nearly his whole crop of corn by the
recent rise in the Saluda.
or The cottop season has opened i
he earnest, and, as a consequence, there i:
us a little more money afloat.
i The Sunday School of the color.
rn Methodist Church gave an exhibitio
ast night in Thespian Hall.
J. J. L., in his letter from Philadel
iot phia, makes a very liberal offer. Hov
ne pany others will do as much?
Pany, weak, apd sickly cii,drei
.e need Brown's Iron Bitters. It wil
r strengthen and invigorate them.
o- The "Harvest Moon" comes nex
be week. For several nights the moor
in- will ys. at nearly the same hour.
Gov. Hagood has appointed Wm. W
Wallace, of Chappell's Depot, a T1ria
Justice, in place of J. N. Lipscomb, re
h, Mrs. Culbreath, of Edgefield Count3
in- mother of Jas. Y. Culbreath, Fsq., fei
er one day last week and broke her shou.
on der bone.
or Rev. A. J. Stokes requests us to sa
that he will preach at New Hope nea
WSunday morning, and at Mt, Pleasan
hin the afternoon.
h One of the bales that Mr. Marti
ok bought from Col. Keitt weighed ove
e,a na go.sand pounds. It was abor
fl. ,e ordmary si .
>m A man who would tackle a watet
edmelon at this season of the year is der
en perate indeed. Pistols at ten pace
Sisn't a circumstance.
I7 Thes pored youths about town hav
ith at last found a means to eg'ploy a poi
tion of their leisure :they h~ave orgar
hs ized a base ball club.
nd The nominees of the CG enback Stat
Ticket will address the people, "on tb
great practical issues beforo the cons
try,"I at gewberry the 7th of October.
ey The people should not let t.bejr intei
th- est in the nominations grow cold;t
sir should turn out and give a full vote
iey the second primary election, the 26th.
bly Mr. Ross A. Smith has opened
the skating-rink at Spartanburg. The oni
e., casualty so far is: A young man fe
lIonday night and broke his leg in tw
.ys. Superintendent Fry is having a ma
i t of the C. & G. R. R. prepared for us
iso in his office. This map will include a
?* bridges/ trestles, water-ways, tank
"'' crossings, &c. ~
ed- One of the candidates- for Gounn
ek- Commissioner said before the last pr
8 mary that he was bound to' come ot
with a majority; and he did-a major
o, Mr. Henry Dorroh's fine two-year-ol
colt ran against a pitchfork Saturda
-and killed himself. Mr. Dorroh ha
ben o7re one hundred and fifty do
an. ar o the CO.k,
g "The Union Republican Party," i'
ith- South Carolina adherents call it-pri
Sbably in deference to the greenbac
a underpinning upon which it rests.
ar Was1zngton Post.
orn The chuirches in town have discoi
.lv tinned their united services Sunds
y nigts The Pastors hold services
nt their resetive churchesnas ige d
wbefore the summe.r.
y The Boston Quintette Club, or son
the other highily musical troupe, visi
9t Brooklyn Mionday night, and wak.
a. the e.c4oes pg4 the inhabitants wi
their dileet stramp,
'nt, The Reedy River Association of ti
'Baptist Church imid its annual sessi<
las't week at Bethel Church. The a
tendance was large, and the serviec
the were very interesting.
rats We see that the negro Lawren
J 4on.ep, who used to be Carringtor
Deputy. aherig, ry) is gopv a sebo
di teacher in Anderson, is Cunty Chai
t a man of Anderson County.
-We learn that the residence of Mr
.Dr. Jennings, near Cross Hill, w
burned on Saturday morning last, lea
ing Mrs. J. and children entirely deE
ab-tue.wgiesvue Herald, 15th.
ri- Judge Wallace and Solicitor Ipuner
zu.y went up to Laurens Saturday to~
present at the opening of Court Mond
at . orning, Court will convene at Ne'
Andrew .Jackson, colored. was tried
and acquitted of murder in Laurens
Monday. This.was his fourth trial, the
- tbree formerbaving resulted in mistrials
from a failure of the juries to agree.
The amusement season will open
s soon. "Hazel Kirke," by the Fifth
Avenue Company. is booked for the
13th of O_toher at the Newberry Opera
House. Others will follow in quiek
Aaron Wilson, colored. the old rock
splitter, died at Mr. J. W. Smith's Sun
s day. He had started to Arkansas with
Gen. Williams; hut took sick soon after
starting. and was on his way back home
a when he died of a congestive chill.
Superintendent Lipscomb and Dr. D.
S. Pope went up to Laurens last week
to inspect the convicts at work on the
Greenwood & Lanrens R. R They
found most of the convicts in good con
dition; some were rather feeble, and
were ordered back to the penitentiary.
Last year and for several years past
the railroads charged a uniform rate
for shipping cotton-so much per bale,
whether the bale was heavy or light.
In consequence the cotton-buyers knock
ed off a certain amount for bales under
400 pounds weight. We understand
they still knock off for light bales, not
t withsta 'ng the occasion for doing so
have ce: ed to exist.
We were shown a dish of beautiful,
golden butter last week that was made
from the milk of a Jersey beifer that
has never calved. The heifer belongs
to Mr. Reagin. is 19 months old, and is
due to calve in December. She gives
three quarts of milk a day, and the
milk, and the butter made from it, are
very rich. She is a calf of Mr. Mc
Caughrin's "Lizzie iirke" by Mr. Rea
A Beneficent Action.
The miserable looks and feelings of
r those cu. fined at desks or work tabb. s, are
caused by weak stomach, Kidine:,< W, Bow
els. Parker's Ginger Tonic without i:tox
icatin: has such a beneficent action on
these organs and cleances the poiaonoes
matters 'rom the system, that rosy cheeks
and good health are soon brought back
Dr. L. A. East, of Greenville. is in
Rev. Luther Broadt'us is expected
Mr. L. C. Angel returned Saturday
Mr. E. S. Coppock left Tuesday for
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. J. Caldwell left
Tuesday for a two weeks' trip to New
Mrs. A. G: Maybin retnrned home
Saturday from Chick Springs, much im
proved in health.
Y. J. Pope, Esq., went over to Lex
ingt8n yesterday to attend Court. He
will return to-morrow or next day.
Mr. Thos. B. Chalmers has gone to
l Fayetteville, Tenn., to attend the Synod
of the Associate 'Reformed Church,
t which meets to-day.
I Dr. J. W. Ferguson left Tuesday for
Savannah, Ga., where he will take a
position in a drag store.
SMr. BartQw 4ee Pytmage keft Mon
- day for Harvard College. M'ass. Misses
Sarah Ramage and Mattie McIutosh
went with him as far as badtimore,
where they will attend school.
-Miss Carrie E. Aull, having spr'nt her
vacation at bome, left Monday to re
sume her duties as teacher in the Staun
ton Female Seminary, Virginia. She
was accompanied by her siste'r. Miss
Leila, MissElla Shirey and Miss Mary
Burton, who will enter as pupils.
~'Mr. Wallie Bruce has got bac~k from
r New Mexico. Hie-didn't like the coon
ttry: it was too primitive entirei3. He
caya Lh:st he w:as sitting~ one day in the
. ilegi'aph odice~at work when seyeral
cowboys r6ide np to the station and
a coanmencte' to shoot., Tlhe-y l;illel the
agent. Wallie gut *out uaugh the
window, and took the train for South
-The -Corgi.ng 6.nr,Mr '-iti-3 lI
Barrett' &-o T New Unmtea )*onstet
eNewberry, Sept. 29th, is the dlate an
-nounced of this great amusement enter
prise, w~hich has been received with so
much marked favor and decided approval
wherever its mightieat of canvases have
tbeen erected. A contemporary tells us
ithat from the'entrance of its vast zoological
t garden to the" exit of its Romd-eclipsing
arena, everything challenges attention and.
admiration, while tife eleganac and decQ
rum with which every department of the
Sgreat confederation is conducted secures
the patronage -nd app~roval of the most
0 refined, and attracts numbers who are not
in the Mt of attending public entertain
mnents of . . description.
P The comprehensiveness and infinite va
8 riety and rarity of its grand zoological col
I lection will delight the naturalist and
I, amaze, amuse and instruct all. It is a
creation reflecting display of the mightiest
and dercesr beasts of the tropics and
V jungley the curious and beautiful birds of
a thosusand forest. and isles, and even the
it mysterious depths of the ocean and the
I- marshy beds of tropical rivers have been
explored to secure gigantic amphibim and
d IIn the superb circus a colossal company
V of the most eminent bareback riders, gym
d nasts, athletes, speciality notables, famous
I- fools and astonishingly-educated animals
present a novel and brilliant. succession of
vpaderful f'eats and i-mitations, from the
a double somecrsaults over the towering ele
m- phants to the arenime antics of the brute
k periermers, while the great Electric Light
-. is a whole show alone, as indeed is each of
a dozen other extraordinary features nam
ed in the advertisements.
y A Jail-bird Captured.
dAustin Weaver, colored, who broke
jail, where he was confined on a charge
o,f burglary and Iarcep'y, was captLured
e list woek in Atlanta, arid was bftooght
d back Saturday by Chief of Police Fel
d lers and assigned to his old quarters.
h Weaver was workirig in Atlanta in
the ice cream saloon of Massa & Cono.
;grrj. When Captain Fellers arrestod~
e him~ he searched his trunk and found in
a it a box of sugar, which had been stolen
t- from his employers. They said they
tS had also missed some silver and towels;
ad after Capt. Fellers got home to got
out a search warrant and se-arched the
~e house of a woman that Weaver hati
a been living wh before his first arrest
1) e found a dogen solid silver spoons,
I fourteen linen towelz and a guantity d;
sugar that Weaver had shipped froc
the ice cream saloon-.
s.-When Weaver was first arrested here
on the charg of stealing corn, oats, &c.,
-from Dr. Gilder, several sides of meal
tFwere found in his possession which wai
supposed to be a part of that stolen frour
n a car at the depot.
e Weaver has been to Augusta; Knox
y dlle, Chittanooga, 'ashville and Mont
v. gomery sine he broe jail. He -hat
jah6nt eh~t rdotlas whdn'Edrar0md4.
That BROwN's IRON BITERs
will cure the worst case
Will insureahearty appetite I
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
and gives abundant sus- are
tenance for her child.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness,and lack ofenergy dit
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison..
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., Baltimore Dee. a88
For six years I have been a
sufferer from Blood Disease,
so de ted that i cold notretai
anything on my stomach, in fact,
life had almost become a burden.
Finally, when h hadalmost left Op(
me, my hus seeing BaowN' (
IRoN BrTvs advertsed in the
paper, induced me to give it a trial.
I am now taking the third bottle
and have not felt so well in six
years as I do at the preseat time.
Mrs. . F. Gamar,
BROWN'S IRON BIT ERS
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who .iF
needs "bracing up," than S
any medicine made.
NEW$sRRY, S. C., Sep. 20, 1882.
Ordinary...... ....................10 a101
M iddling ... ....................11 alli
Good Middling .....................11}aii
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New...... a -
Shoulders Sugar Cured....
Sides C. R., New......... a 17 eve
DRY SALTED ME ATrS-.
Shoulders. New......... 10 -.
Sides, C. R., New...........s 16 ant
Si'dre, Loui; Clear........... a 18
Uncanvas~e Hame......... 16
Caurassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
Leaf. in Tierces...........18 '
Leaf, iu Buukets..........18 ==
Powdered............... 16 Tl
Granulated Standard.. .1215
Extra C................ 11
Coffee C.................... 1
Demnarara................ - l
New Orleans Syrup. b5
N-u Orlcane 1Iolasses. 50 as
Ca,lu Mosses... ' Gee
Sugar House Molasses. 40 j
*Gunpowder........... 1.50 tio
Young Hyson............. 1.50 par
Roasted or Parched...25
Best Iti................ 20a -
Good Rio.............. 16.20 T
White Wine Vinegar.. C5
Bolted.. .............1.35 Tw
SOAP......................i a 1-k
FLOUR, per bbL............. ..... 00 ye
PEARL HOMINY.................. 4 h
ENGLIH 5O~A........... 10
AXL GEAS...... .00.10.0 e
TOA C...C ...................OO 20 I
NAILSR Orge ................ 10
SEAGFOAI BAKNG PWDE. . 5
ARROW TIES. per bunch...... 2 00
SPLICED ARROW TIES....... .. 125
RED CLOVER SEED--per lb....20
RED OATS-per ku.. ....35a
TIMOTH Y HAY................... 1 75 Pos
WHEAT, per bu................1l15a 1 25
DR. E. E. JACKSON, Ye
BRNGI8T AN IJHIftlST, &
COLUMBIA, S. C.a
Removcd to store two doors next to eat
Wheeler House. the
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi. 1st
cats, Perfumneries, Toilet Articles, Garden Ch
and Field Seeds, always in store and at
moderate prices. H4
Orders promiptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 15--cf.
GIINil IENTRAL IIOTEL,
(Formerly the Wheeler House,) C
COLUMBIA, S. .C. FR
THOEOU~GILY EENOVATED, Ne
EEFUJRNISHEID AND REFITTED.
TER MS, SE00~ TO 300 PER DAY. w
JOhN T. WILLEY, Propriet're m
Nob. 10,. 46-tf.4
coQvUM~, s. c.'
ThiA new and elegant House, with all (
modern impro'Pments,. is now ope for the
reception of towe..
S. L WRI:;HT & SON,
si 19. 1. i f Pro ri"tors.
- -- - ---- inj
(Formerly the Mansion Eo.se,~
NEWfQERR1Y, S. 0.
JOHN M. PENNINGTON, Proprietor.
This popular and conveniently located C
house has been opened by the present Pro
prietor, who~ will spare no pains to make
his gm-sts comfortable. With rooms large,
airy, clean and well fornished, a table sup
pied with the best that can be had! polite
and ready attention on the part of his ser- t
vants~, he feels assured of giving satir-faction. ft
Term ; 12r OsT.KopeBmth.
.lae 2.- -t
ry Goods aid' Xotion,
Ve take great plea'tre in informing of
nds and the public generaily. that.
prepared this season TO EX!IIHT
RGE.? AND - MORE ATRA'U TIV
i we h.ve done he:ore.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE; a
ugh every day we are nki na new a<
ons which will be kept up through tL
Plbids and Strip-as,
Bl.ek Plush, +
Black Dress Silk,
Black Trimm -., S:ll
ored Trimming Silk,
lack Brocade Silk,
Colored Brocade Silk,
Ve invite special attention to our
ats' Farnishing Department
ch is now completv.
'olite and courteous attention given t
ry visitor, whether purchaser or not.
Vhen visiting the City don't fail to. ci
ep. 7, 36-tf'.
OFFicE OF THE
GEoRGETowN & LANxis R. R. Co.,
GEORGETowN, S. C., Sept. 1st, 1882.
'roposails are invited until October ti
t prox., for the construction of the ro:
I of The Georgetown & LAr.es R-sil Ro.a
overed by survey and enimrate of M&
>. W. Earle, Engineer.
~or specifioations and a!' other informa
. address the undersigned The Cor
y reserves the right to rej--ct any or
s. P. R. LACHICOTTE,
Preu't. G. & L R. R
FIE SUMTER ADVANC[
TEE PFJJPLE'S PAPER,
Published at Sumter, S. C., by
DABR & PA RMEL.ER,
o practical printers; the former havir
>lished the first daily newspaper issued
umbia. over thirty years ago, being we
>wn by all its citizens.
H E SUMTER ADVANCE is the best A
tising medium in the County for Me
nts and ot,ber business men.
ubscription only St 50 per year.
ddreiss DARR & 2ARMELEE,
ep 14, i-tf ''''Sumter, S. C.
BALSAM OF SHARK'S OIL
itively Restores the Hearing, ad is ti
)nly Absolute Care for Deafness Known.
hiS Oil is abstracted from peculiar sp
s of small WHITs SEARP., caught in ti
low Sea, known as C4RCIHA1ODON' RO:
ETwu. E'erg Chinese fAhermani knot
Itu; vithes- 5;s a re3torative of heariz
ri discovered by'a Buddhist Priest abol
year 1410. its cures were so numerol
I many so seemingly miraculous, that?]
ned y was ofilcially proclaimed over i
ire Empire. Its use became so univers
t for over 300 years no Deafness has e:
ad among the Chinese people. Sen
1rges prepaid, to any address at $1.00 pa
~ar What the Deaf Say
Shas performed a miracle in my case.
have no unearthly noises in my ibeg
i hear tuguh hettec.
havec been greatly benenlted.
ty deaf-ness helped a great deal-thui
ater bottle will cure me.
Its virtues are UNQUESTIONABLE and
RATIvE CHARACTER ABsOLUTE. AS TL
LTER CAN PERSONALLY TESTIFY, BO'
DM EXPERIENCE AND OBSERtVATION. Wri
once to H AYLOCK & JENNEY. 7 Dey Stret
w York, enclosing $1.00, and you .will2
.ye by return a remedy that will enat
a t o hear like anybody. else, o.nd whc
rative etfects w9.1 pp pe;;ii.nent. 'O
1 never wegret doinIg s'o.-EDITOR<
s- To avoid loss in the Mails, please sel
mey by REGISTERED LETTER.
)nly Imported by
HAYLOCK & JENNE1
(Late H AYLOCK & Co.)
7 De.y St., ea Yo1
LGAgTs OE MEaICA. Jun. ,'23-13
SPARTANBURG CO., S. C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated Wata
Place respectfully acur.ee that it
c.ti.ned this Season on the 1st of Ju,
der the same ruanagenien:t as last year.
TERMS OF BoARI).
Per day.......,..,........ 2 00
Per week.............. 12 0t0
Per week for 3 weeks........10 (i(
Per month.... ............30 00
ttages to Rent-per tenement-of
rooms-for the Season, $30 00 ; .Whi
Cottges-6 -rooms--for the Seas<
gg Special attention given to shiipp
e Water. The Springs can be reacd
am Spartanburg at lowest 7ttea by if t
- s MPSON g IIMK
- TF' MT-HTY M/
Or all Anu ement Or nh
s. He. - BAPRT
NEW UNITI D
ORIENTAL CRCUS. EGYPTIAN <
EXPOSITION OF LI
Positively Coming, and will i:hi
[ NEWBERRY, SEPT
.7 ENORMOUS 1WETR'OPOLITAN
5O Fifty BlazQned Cage
Positively the largest collection of extremely Ra
.his continent. The LA
WH*ITE NL.E H]
Ever imported,-a Huge Shambling River ior,
many Theologians and Z )ograplsers to be ide
A PA IR OF MAJ ES
l3roken to Harxess and drai
$100,000 Invested In more i
A MONSTER ALL-REPRE
Including TWICE the largest an in:tli known toe
Several inches taller and the heavie.,t animal ev
Years or Age. Also the tiI)GET, "LI T
S159000 fTHE GREATEST OF
L1014'I he first and ;
The only anial or its kind ever on exhil
An animal never before exhibited in America.
Exhibited on this Continen
THE SIMIAM COLOSSUS, CYNOCEPHA
THE FIVE-TON PERFORMIM
AN ARCTIC AQ
You will see features never before witnem
Elks driven Tandem in the Streets, 'e'rform;ng.
Perform Incredible Feats, Lapland Hurdle .
Cynocephalus, ter.1r6ing Dens of HM
TIGERS, LIONS A
A PAIR OF. AFRIC
14 Fourteen Performing Hen
The lai gest number of the most beautifuel
and more than a whc
*0 THTITY ARABI
, -..iv n .ZO-g
01- - POY.
A Co' PNETUE DFAM
eedb Lthei Zckoldgedhm
I You0wi00sehalleng theirBeq
16 ~ ~N H ADED
Miss Viola Rivers, sMiss Jenn
3r and Charles
The champion two, four and six Horse
The World-Famed BENO AN]) I1UNB% tl
, 'he only and i
Aerial Bicyclists of the Ninetenth Cent ury, wh<
kble Wire 00 feet in the air. holds thean
10 0CLO T
H1ead1ed by the KING L.A U
te The Low Comedy Becar. "PU?NO.. Steaml Air-S
t, Sheik%~ Return from 1.0:..,est, A Quarter of
e- Mart.ia Mi-:,icalErigadis. The New Levi:
le ' horus, always EXiiiIBITING.JC
'Cheap Excursion Rat es
lie 6reat "Werldh
ONE TICKET AIZMITS TQ A
ng Children tzier Ni-e
d-- - ,
C COI1OS UP!
mtions, Panoplied in
"TT & co:.
ARAVAN AND U;:N!VER-A
bit in all its vast e't.re tat
MENA4GERIES UNITEi a
s of Wild Beasts! 54
re Wild Animals with any exhitiitioii O
ae the terror of all SanrIans-claimed by^
atical with the Bechenoth of the Bible.
TIC GIRAFFES; .
?Ing Roman Chariots.
an EI"H.TY, TONS of Educated Flesh
SENTING HERD OF
xist, the famous .old India War Elephant,
!r on this Continent; said to be .over 20S -
TLE DOT." thrice the ssallest
it ever seen.
)ition in this or any other co untry.
The first and only HOCIPOTIMUS ever.
.t, The only genuine
2 BLACK RHINOCEROS,
UABI M OF POLAR MAfM3fTH
3 with any other Edibition on earth.
Arabian Dromedaries. Zebras trained to
Racing Reindeer. a Gigantic Biding
'enas, a School of Learned Seals.
~ND LEOPARDS. ~
tucky Thoroughbreds 14
tnd best trained Horses in the World,
le show alone.
AN CAMELS !
TIVE COLLECTION OF
riginal and only Miniature
ts and Monkeys,
WIPANIES COMBINED. ~
mi1t Leapers, 2G
pions of the entire World,
a! is not to be found.
ie Ewers, Mr. Orrin ollis,
Riders of the old and new world,
se Champion Artists of the Triple Bar.
>se wonderful performances on the ai
u.ns of' people in breatllless awe.
hip in operation outside, free to all. The
a Million Street Parade. Three Snvr.
Lhan Steam Band, a 20-Voiced Jubilee
ST WH AT IT ADVERTISES.
maU Ritaroads Q te
1tI ADVERTI8EL1 $II5W
controls mmlins basced by XiD~
more, and so far as it is c-oneSzed, no t