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S THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1883
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llDu TO NEw ADYERTISEMENTS.
W. E. Pelham.-Watch Your Interests.
D. B. Wheeler.-Sheriff Sales.
W. E. Pelham.-Teas.
J. N. P. Brow>.-Notice.
D. B. and A. Y. W. Glymph.-Notice.
E. P. Chalmers.-Notice.
HEALD Book Store.-Fancy Papers and
HznD Book Store.-Gilt Edge Crds.
Mrs. Sarah Workman died on the
Mr. Ben. Smith, son of Mr. Middle
1 ton Smith who lives near Havirdville,
Edgefield Co., died on the morning
of the 13th.
Cotton Quetationsfor Thursday.
Good Middling, t ; Middling 9.
- ns for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
forsale at this office.
Al subscribers to the HERALD are
n'ited to ask for and receive a copy ci
Kendall's Treatise' on the Horse. A
very valuable book which we intend to
distribute free. tf.
Liens of the following kinds for sale
at the HERALD office: .
Agricultural Liens with Mortgage.
PL-,ters' Special Contract. tf
Junius Wilkens will preach in Tem
perance Hall Sunday 18th inst., at 11,
a. m. and 7.30 P.M. also several nights
during the following week. The pub
lie cordially invited.
Farmers and others desiring a gen
teel, lucrative agency business, by
whlch $5 to $20 a day can be earned,
send address at once, on postal, to H.
C. Wilkinson & Co., 193 and 197 Ful
ton Street, New York.
Dec. 28, 52-6m.
Invention of Sleep.
After eating a hearty supper, if you
would not moan and groan and toss
about in bed all through the wearisome
~a about snakes and
f .ke a d of Norman's Neutra
UgCordial, th en balmy .sleep, Na.
~re's sweet restorer will come un
For pure and fresh medicines is at
the Drug Store of Dr. W. E. Pelham,
a large stock of which has lately been
received, while for segars or Fancy
Goods it is the place where you can
get accommodated. His Teas are fine
and cheap. Go to him if you want
* anything in his line.,
The Whole Truth.'
* "Norman's Neutralizing Cordial is
an excellent medicine*" C. W. Moore,
Seneca S. C. "We highly recommend
it." Profs. J1. R. Riley and H. Strong.
Adger College. "The beet remedy]
have ever used for a disordered stem
ach" Chesley Fisher, Tugaloo Valley,
S. C. "I endorse it" J. W. Holleman,
Treas. Oconee Co., S. C.
Had a dream en Sunday night, thus.
ly : That to Dr. Fant and himself the
power was granted by seome invisible
agency of seeing. the dead by degrees.
The first revelation took place on that
night when a pair of feet encased in
No. 12 brogans were seen. What part
of the body will next be seen, Snillies
is unable to say. Will a second Daniel
explain this dream?
Miss Thompson's dancing school is
increasing daily. Her night class meets
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday
niight s at 8 o'clock, the afternoon at
half past.3 o'clock, on Tuesday Friday,
and Saturday a fternoons. Mi'ss T. is
very desirous of getting a class in Fan.
cy Work, ladies will do well by calling
at the Newberry Hotel and seeing her
The Debating Club
Dcided last Monday night, that
ariff should not protect. The
discusign was free, and the decision,
conclusive. The question for next
Monday night is, "Was the Assassina
tion of Abraham Lincoln beneficial?"
Affirmative speaker, Prof. Welch.
negative, Mr. Sale. The next ques
tion is "Do revolutions advance civii
We learn that Mr. Samuel N. Evans
is about to open a machine shop i
Newberry, for the repair of any kind
of machinery. Mr. E. is. an expert
and skilled workman, and we feel glac
that we will have such a shop in the
town. It has long been wanted, and
great inconvenience has been expe
rienced by not having it. We have no
doubt that with due care and energy
it wyill largely pay him.
The overcoat lifter is again at large.
Some time age lie was put in jail for
stealing Capt. Mazyck's overcoat.
Last Thursday his termi expired. And
on Monday fhe stole Mr. J. P. Pool's
overcoat from his house. Chase was
given and( the overcoat was recovered,
but Hlampton escaped. HIe is not
more than sixteen years ol, but he
has developed a woniderful fondness
for erimne and overcoats.
Last week, It tiresome case that had
for some time been pending in one of
our Trial Justice Courts, was settled
in -a way that was at once novel and
hadmirable. The parties were litigious
and the case was dragg'ng; the cout
was tired and the attorneys disgusted.
So the attorneys paid the costs andc
had the ca-se dismissed. The lawyer
here appears in a new light, and it ix
more favorable than that in which he
FRESH SUPPLY OF
FROM NEW YORK.
The Best Teas at
75c. aind $1.00. i
BE-NO TEA at 80e.
W. E, PELPAM,
Mar. 24, 11-tf.
A MOTHER WHO STARTS OUT
in the battle of life without a bottle of I
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge is like the <
warrior who marched upon the battle <
field weaponless. Both met with
defeat because they are not prepared 1
for the battle.
For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
Saluda Medicine Company.
Dr. Pope, as corporator, has obtain- E
ed a charter for The Saluda Medicine t
Company, whose business will be the
manufacture and sale of vegetable
medicines. The capital stock is not 1
to exceed fifty thousand dollars. The 1
Company will consist of three stock (
holders, Drs. Pope, Fant and Gard
ner. Dr. Pope has been remarkably t
successful in the use of vegetable rem- 1
edies of his own discovery, and in- 1
portant results are confidently expect
ed for the new Company.
Good Farming. a 0 J
Some of the good farmers occasional
ly read of in the papers are to be found
in Newberry. We take pleasure in
mentioning one, Mr. Geo. A. Lang
ford, who made 28 bales of cotton, 425
lbs. each, on thirty acres of groutd,
and 800 bushels of corn on eighteen
acres. This we consider gi al to any
that we have heard of.. 3 Langford
i4 an active worker, and had his cotton
ginned and packed as soon as picked,
every separate bale being hanled to
Aull's gin the day after it was picked,
further he sold It immediately and
realized the top market price.
Has finished four portraits, those of 4
Dr. Parker, Mr. Mower, Mr. Chick, I
and Mr.'Rice of Union ; that of Colonel i
Ruthe,ord lacks only the finishing
touches. These portraits were paintet I
from small and imperfect photographs,
but they are pronounced remarkably
life-like - by those who knew the origi
nals. They are additional testimonials
of the masterful skill and genius of the
distinguished artist. In a few days
Mr. Guerry will arrange a group of
these and other portraits painted by
him, where they may be seen by the
lovers of art and art culture.
PsTzRsoI's MAGAZINE for April is al
ready on our table, as welcome as the flow
ers of Sp'ing, and quite as fresh and beauti
ful. The embellishments. as usual, are very
fine, particularly the steel-plate, "A Modern
Cinderella"; the colored steel fashion-plate;
and the colored pattern in crewels. a bunch
of dog-daisies. But the specialty of the
number is its stories, which, though always
superior in "Peterson," are better this month
than ever. No lady should be without this
magazine. It is not too late to subscribe for
1883, as all the back numbers can be supplied,
if desired. The price is but two dollars, and
to cinbs it is much cheaper. Specimens are
sent, gratis, to those wishing to get up clubs,
and hands6me premiums are given for get.
ting them up. Subscribe at -once. Address
CRAs. J. PETEasOX, 308 Chestnut Street.
On the night of the Ist of March the
meat house of the late Philip Shg'h 1
was broken into and nearly all thie
meat, consisting of five middlings aiid
one shoulder, was stolen. Certain
parties were strongly suspected, and
accordingly Trial Justice J. B. O'N. H.
issued the necessary papers, and a por
tion of the meat was found in the
house of Jacob Litzsey, colored. This <
discovety was very ingenious on the 4
part of tibe constable, he detecting the
meat in a pot of boiling greens. Litz- 1
sey was arrested, and after being held
some time, asked for a pencil and some
paper, whe: hec made a statement im
plicating Roo. Anderson colored and
himself. Litzsey has been committed
to jail. Rob. Anderson left fox: parts una
known the morning after the arrest of
Litzsey and has not been found yet.
The American Farmer.
For March 1, is largely made up of reports
of farmers' meetings, the discussions and ad.
dresses at the conventions, clubs, &c., by
practical men, being full of information of
the most valuable character as to crops, fer
tilizers, processes in cultivation, feeding cat
tie &c. One contributor tells how he made
$531 62 from th.re-quarters of an acre of
ground; the Gunpowder Farmers' Club dis
csses how to derive the greatest benefit
frolime; Myrtle Grunge, how to make ma
nure; Dr. Eizey, how to fatten cattle; Mr.
F. W. Masscy,the growing of vegetable crops
in regular farm rotations. Live Stock, the
Poultry, Yard, thu Orchard. Fruit and Kitch- I
en Garden all contain much valuable andt
seasoable matter, which will more than re
pay to every farmer the subscription to the 1
paper. DY-. Pollard, the Associate EdItor,
and late the Commissioner of Agriculture of
Virginia, continues lyis admirable papers,
and there is an interesting and useful Home
Department for the ladles. Published by
Sam'l Sands & Son, Baltimore, at $1.50 a ]
year, or only $1 to clubs of five or more.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine.
The April number contains even more than
the usual attractive features. The Rev.
Moses D. Hoge cuntributes "What Is Presby
terianism?" being No. 17. of "Religious
Denominations in the United States;" the
editor, Dr. Talmage, has a- characteristic
article, "Mending the Bible"; Edwin de Leon
continues those deeply interesting papers,
"The American Pilgrim in Palestine,"' etc.,
etc. There are serial and short stories, a
large number of very excellent sketches,
some admirably written essays, a sermon by
Dr. Talmage, "Homnesickniess;" several
poems of great merit; a record of important
events, Personal Notes and Comments, Ed
itorial Comments, Obitnary Notices, etc. The
miscellany is most comprehenive, entertain
ing and instructive; the number, in fact,
overlows with good things, and abounds
with illustrations. The price is only 25 cents
a copy, or S3 a year, postpaid. Address,
M. FRAyx LEsLIE, Publisher, 53, 55 and 1
57 Park Place, New York.
The May number will contain the first of a
series of papers by Lieutenant Fred Schwat
ka the Arctic explorer, entitled, "Among the
Natives of ti a North."
A Murderous Assault.4
Another remarkable cutting affray
ocurredl in our County last Thursday.
Hannah Fields, a negro woman made1
a savage attack upon Katiq Kinard, a
negro girl, with a pocket knife. At
one thrust, the big blade of the knife
passed into the girl's left eye,~ between
the ball and the lower lid, without cut
ting either, and after going in its en
tire length, was broken off and re
mained in the wound, the lid cl<osing
over it so as to conceal it from sight..
The blade was pulled out by a negro
man who happened to be at hand; and
strange to say, on the next morning
Ithe wounded girl walked to Newberry,
a distance of eleven miles, to have a
warrant issued for the arrest of Fields.
She says that she had her arms full of
wood at the time of the attack, and
she had given no provocation. The
blade that was removed from her eye,
Imeasures two inches in length, and
*more than half an inceh in width.
Various and ill About
Wanted-Old subscribers to pay up.
Wanted-People to pay up squarely.
Wanted-A colored boy about fifteen
Note and Motgnge Personal Pro
Green Peas are making the Charles
ton stomach feel good.
The amount subscribed to the New
berry Cotton Mills is now about $90,000.
Good health rosy cheeks and beau
tiful skin, ladies can get by using
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Claude said the other day that he
had the "hickory nuts ;" he was in er
ror however, it was the hick-ups he
Wanted.-Everybody and the rest of
mankind to remember that the Book
Store connected with this office keeps
a large variety of Stationery.
Wanted.-The ladies are wanted to
call and get a copy of Demorests Port
folio of Fashion. It is just received.
"What to wear," not yet in.
You can subscribe to any paper or
magazine published in the United
States by applying at the HERALD
The Newberry doctors and lawyers
are complaining of dull times. The
people look upon this as a favorable
You can also subscribe to the New
berry HERALD, the price of which is
only $2 per year, or $1 for six months.
This is a rare opportunity.
Haters of that dread disease small
pox are informed that Dr. Fant has
fresh vaccine virus for sale. He has
many other articles also.
The lovers of the delicious Strawber
ry will be ?lad to learn that NewYork
ers have had 50,000 quarts already.
Pleasant isn't it.
The misfortunes of Wiggins and
Vennor discourage us, but we do ven
ture the prediction that Easter will
fall on the 25th of this Month.
A hoise bit off the tongue of Mr. J.
H. Smith's fine cow. That horse, too,
must have heard the preacher say all
flesh is grass.
Mr. Jared Johnson lost his horse, by
death, last week. He was in town
Monday trying to make a trade for an
other. He found horse flesh dear.
Mr. W. T. Wright deserves the
thanks of the town for removing the
old frame building that stood on the
corner of his lot, in front of Mr. T. C.
What can't Newberry follow the ex
ample of Greenville, and organize a
society for the prevention of cruel
ty animals? A Society of that kind
The Newberry Band has been reor
ganized, and we hope that the mem
bers will be able to maintain the or
ganization. Newberry needs some
thing of this kind.
Walter Hazard, Esq., attorney at
law, Georgetown, S. C., has our thanks
for a copy of the Trade and Industries
of Georgetown, S. C. It contains
much valuable statistical information,
The Leesville High School, taught
by Rev. L. E. Busby of our County,
has enrolled more than one hundred
pupils this session. Students are in
attendance from four Counties.
Last week a young Edgefielder who
was in Newberry said the three or fomi
wild fellows who occasionally come
over to Newherry have driven nearly
all -the labor from his section. He
wants to live in Newberry County.
Mr. D. B. Smith of the firm of Cloud
& Smith, shows some handsome re
presentations of his new style of Crown
Collars and Cuffs in this issue. Looki
at the print and then go to the store
and purchase a few setts..
Mad dogs are again putting in ap.
pearances, one was killed in No. 6
Township last week, after it had bit
ten 100 dogs. The News says 100, and
we would be better satisfied if it would
fall a dog or two.
Within the last two weeks, Mr. Jno.
S. Fair has discovered four or five dead
dogs, near his house. The supposition
is that they came to grief while prowl.
ing about his yard and committing
depredations amongst his poultry.
"Been having your boots half soled?"
asked Tom. "Well, yes," said Ben,
who is looking a little seedy, "but
they're not half's old as my hat." And
it was 3 oc'lock the next afternoon be
fore Tom understood just what he
meant by it.
The Jolly Street de'ating club which
consists of about 30 members, will dis
uss at its next meeting, "Are the
laws of South Carolina just or unjust !
We pr-esume that the secretary will
read the laws for the enlightenment ol
the club before the discussion begins.
The beautiful girl presented by Gov
ernor Hampton at the last presidential
reception was not Stonewall Jackson's
daughter, as many supposed, but Miss
Anna Keitt, of South Carolina, *the
reigning belle and beauty of the Gov
.enors own State. Miss Keitt is
blonde beauty of perfect classical type.
On the above occasion she was attired
in white satin and point lace, and ex
cited great admiration.- Washiingtoi
The following paragraph, Mr. Editor
is taken from the Orangeburg Times
Miss Minnie Herbert, of Newberry
has taken up her residence with he;
sister, Mrs. W. L. Glaze. We welcom<
all new corners, and more especiall:
accomplished and handsome yonni
The editors singularly forget to wel
come the mother of Miss Minnie, who
according to my judgment is equalla
handsonme and accomplished.
A CHURCH SISTER
T he News and Courier has corni
to the conclusion that we have tot
many lawyers. It says we havy
one lawyer for every 800 persons
while Great Britain needs but on'
to every 3,000. Every lawyer ih
the country will agree with the
News and Courier.
Numerous Georgians are "reluc
tantly yielding to the solicitationi
of their friends" and running foi
the Governorship. The race seemi
to be led by the B's-Boynton
Bacon, Blount and Barnes.
A grand jubilee reunion of the
Mormons will take pl-ace at Kirk
land, Ohio, on April 6 At tha1
place is a Mormon temple whici
was abandoned nearly fifty yeari
A Prophet In Trouble.
THE VICTIMS OF WIG3INS WAX
OTTAWA, ONT., March 9.-Wig
gins is disturbed by people whom
he has frightened. He insists upon
the correctness of his predictions,
and says that a vast tidal wave
must have occurred to-day in the
Gulf of Mexico, and that to-mor
row the northern portion of this
country will catch it. It is said
that threatening letters pour in on
Wiggins to the effect that he will
suffer for it if the storm does not
come as predicted. It is stated that
a large crowd of excited women
waited on him-early to-day and ask
ed where they could find a safe
place. He quieted them by saying
that Ottawa would experience only
the tail end of the shock. The
weather is mild with lower pressure.
FISHERMEN FOOjED BY WIGGINS.
GLOUCESTER, MASS., March 9.
The loss to those dependent on the
fisheries by the storm scare will
reach $125,000. Over 3,000,000
pounds of fish might have been
taken in this section.
THE NEW BRUNSWICK STORM.
ST. JOHN's, N. B., March 9.
The storm has abated and the fish
ing fleet have gone out.
HALIFAX, March 9.-The weather
is clear and pleasant, and there are
no indications of Wiggins's storm.
Wiggins telegraphed to-day that the
storm would certainly be upon us
this evening or Saturday.
Bogardus beat Carver in. the
pigeon match at St. Louis, Friday,
by a score of 81 to 79. At Cincin
nati on Saturday, Carver beat Bo
gardus 89 to 74.
NEwBEsRY, S. C.. Mar. 15 1883.
Ordinary...... .................... .a
Good Ordinary..................... a
Low Middling.................... 8a 81
Middling ....................... a 9
Good Middling .................. a 91
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New...... a
Shouldera, Sugar Cured....
Side, C. ., New............ a 11#
DRY SALTE MEATS
Shoulders, New.............. 10
Sides, C. , New........... a 11
Sides, Long Clear........... a 11
Uncanvassed Trama.......... 14
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 16
Leaf.in Tierces............ 15
Leaf, in Buckets............. 16
Granulated Standard..... .. 12 a
Extra C..................... 11
Cofee C..................... 10
New Orleans. ......10
New Orlean Syup new crp,
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Gunpowder........... . 1.0
Roasted or Parched... 20
Best Rio............... 152
Cider Vinegar...... 0
White Wine Vinegar.. 66
STARCH.............--.-- 6a 12
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUE, er bb............. ...8,0a 9.00
CAND)Y. ... .....-..--20
CONCENTRATED LYE........... 10
ENGLISH SODA. .......... 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 26
SEA FOAM BA KTNG POWDER 85
AXLE GRE ASE............... 10
TOBACCO................. ..... 0 1.25
NAILS (10) ker.. ............... 4.0
AREOW TI~E bunch......... 200
SPLIED A W TIES....... . 1.26
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb....20
EED OATS-per km............. 4045
TIMOTHY HAY................... 176
WHEAT, perbu........16a 1 26
BRAN, per 100 lbs................... 1.0
All persons holding demands against
the estate of Polly Ropp deceased, are
hereby required to present them to the
undesiged. G. A. SETZLER,
Mar. 6, 10-3t.*
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
The State of South Carolina, Plaintiff,
vs. H. C. Moses and others, Defen
All persons interested in the funds
which came to the hands of H. C.
Moses, late clerk of this Court are
hereby required to render and establish
before the undersigned their respective
demands on or before the first day of
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Feb.20, 1883, 8-10tt
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Lee H. Sims, vs. Fannie Andrews, et. al.
The creditors holding demands
against the estates of Louisa Sims and
John F. Siis are hereby required to
render to the undersigned their respee
tive claims, on or before the sixth day
of April, 1883.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 1st March, 1883.
Mar. 2, 9-5t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ebenezer P. Chalmers, as
C. C. P., hath made suit to me to grant
him Letters of Administration of the
derelict estate and effects of Margaret
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and,4singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Margaret
Livingston,deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry Court
House on the 9th day of April next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to shew cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be gated.
Given under my Had this 26th day
of Febriary Anno Domini, 1883.
J. B. FELITEES, .T. P. N. C.
Feb. 26, 9-6t.
For Regulating the
BE rr ORDAINED by the Mayor and
Aldermen-of the Town of Newberry,
S. C. in Council assembled, and by the'
authority of the same :
Sec. 1. That from and after the pas
sing of this Ordinance, the Market on
Nance street, in the Town of Newber
ry shall be known and designated as
the Public Market.
Sec. 2. That for the use of persons
residing outside of the corporate lim
its of the Town of Newberry, who
shall send or bring meat into the Town
of Newberry for sale, there shall be
reserved one stall in the public Mar
ket ; and that such persons so using
said stall shall pay therefor to the
Clerk and Treasurer of the Town
Council of Newberry, the sum of fifty
cents for every beef, the sum of twen
ty cents for every hog, and fifteen
cents for every sheep or goat sold
Sec. 3. No butcher or other person
shall have the right to dispose of or to
transfer his or her stall to another but
cher or any-other person whomsoever;
Provided however, that nothing here
in contained shall extend or be consid
ered to extend, to exclude the widow,
or child or children of the holder of a
stall upon his decease, from the fur
ther use and possession thereof, whilst
he, she or they, or either of them do
in good faith carry on the butcher bu
siness. Any person or persons violat
ing this section shall be subjected to a
fine of ive Dollars for every offence.
Sec. 4. No fresh beef, pork, veal,
mutton, lamb or other meat shall be
offered for sale at any place within the
Town of Newberry, other than at the
public Market thereof, under the pen
alty of ten dollars for every offence ;
Provided, however, that the provisions
of this seation shall not be construed
so as to deny to any butcher or other
person who shall occupy a stall in the
public Market of the Town of New
berry the power to deliver to his or
their customers any meat sold by them.
See. 5. No bullock, ox, cow, cattle,
sheep, swine, calves or goats intended
for sale, shall be killed within the
limits of the Town of Newberry except
at-such places as the Town Council
may, from time to' time, designate In
writing. And every person violating
the provisions of this section or any of
them shall be subjected to a fine of not
more than twenty-five dollars for each
offence, or imprisonment of not more
than ten days; and no meat shall be
received by any butcher or his agent
in the public Market during Sunday.
Sec. 6. Every day in the week (Sun
day excepted) shall be and is hereby
appointed a public Market day within
the Town of Newberry. And any
person or persons who shall offer for
sale any meats within the corporate
limits of the Town of Newberry on
Sunday shall be fined fifty dollars.
Sec. 7. No person or persons shall
sell or offer for sale in the public Xar
ket any unwholesome or stale articles
of provisions or any poor, carrion,
brown or unsound meat or measly pork
under a penalty of ten dollars for each
offence against the provisions of this
Sec. 8. No steelyards shall be used
in the public Market of the Town of
Newberry; but all meats or provisions
sold by weight or measure shall be
respectively weighed by weights or
measured by measures. And if any
person shall be guilty of selling in said
public Market by steelyards, or shall
use any unfair triok or deception in
weighing or measuring, or shall be
guilty of selling by scales unjustly
balanced or by false measurement, he,
she or they so offending shall be fined
ten dollars for each and every viola
tion of the provisions of this section.
Sec. 9. If any person or persons
shall assault, strike or In any manner
or way molest, abuse, maltreat or
obstruct a butcher or butchers or other
persons regularly authorized to sell or
dispose of beef, or other meat, fish,
vegetables, or other provisions in the
Market, so as to interrupt him, her or
them in the pursuit of his, her or their
business, or shall seize, take and carry
by force or injure or destroy the beef,
or other meat, fish, vegetables or other
provisions of the butcher or butchers,
or other person or persons in the use
and occupation of the stalls or huckster
stalls, until assigned or allowed to
such person, every one so offending
shall lie subject to a fine of not more
than twenty dollars and not less than
five dQllars for each and every viola
tion of the provisions of this section.
Provided, however, that if any butcher
or butchers, or other person or persons
who shall occupy a stall in the said
public Market, shall offend against the
provisions of this section hereinbefore
recited, such butcher or butchers, or
other person or persons so offending
shall, at the discretion of the Town
Council, In addition to the fine herein
before recited, be subjected to a for
feiture of the stall occupied by such
person or persons so offending in the
Sec. 10. No person shall offer to sell
or sell in the said public Market any
cured meat, hides, grain or cotton, or
store the same in said Market; and
any person who shall violate the pro
visions of this section shall be fined
five dollars for such offence.
Sec.11. Any person whoafter having
rented a stall or stalls in the public
Market, and who shall refuse to pay
for the same for the five days immedi
ately succeeding the day in each month
when the rent shall become due, or
who shall voluntarily resign the same
to the Town Council shall be eonsider
ed as having forfeited the right to the
use of said stall or stalls by him rented,
and it shall be in the power of the
Town Council to rent thc same to any
person or persons.
Sec. 12. It is hereby declared to be
the duty of the Chief of Police, or in
case of~his unavoidable or necessary
absence some one of the assistant
policemen by hini to be designated for
that purpose, to attend the opening of
the public Market on each morning
and to require the observance of the
provisions of the several sections of
this Ordinance by any and every per
son occupying any portion of said
Market affected, thereby. And es
pecially to see and require that each
stall is cleanly kept each day.
Sec. 13. That on and after the pub
lication of this Qgdinance the stalls of
every kind in the public Market shall
be let at public outcry to the highest
bidder therefor, after notice, on the
first Monday in May of each year, for
the term of one year, rent to be pay
able monthly in advance, the Council
reserving the right to make any change
they desire in th Market building. All
renters of stalls to be required to ex
ecute bonds with sufficient suretIes,
conditioned that they will pay the
sums agreed to be paid bv them for
-Done and ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town of New
berry, S. C., on this-thirteenth day
of March, In the year of -our Lord;
one thousand eight hundred and
WALTER HERBERT HUNT,
beayor Pro Temn. Town of. New
leal Estate Transfers
The following transfers of real estate
were recorded in the Auditor's office
luring the month of February:
Feb. 1, 1883.-T. C. Pool, trustee, to
9. C. Jones, I acre lot in town of New
Dec. 13, 1881.-Joshua Hunter to D.
. Hawkins, 341 acres, in No. 9, bound
:d by lands of the estate of R. H. Hun
er, dec'd and others, 300.
Jan. 24; 1883.-J. B. Simpson to J.
V. Amick. 75 acres, in No. 9, bounded
by lands of A. B. Mills and others,
Jan. 4, 1883.-A. J. Bedenbaugh and
thers to Mathias Wicker. 112 acres
bounded by lands of T. Monts and
Feb. 5, 1883.-Jane C. Peterson. to
anny S. Maffett 206 4-10 acres bound
d by lands of Jno. T. Peterson and
Jan. 15, 1883.-D. B. Wheeler,
theriff, to T. C. Pool, trustee, 4 acre
ot in town of Newberry, bounded by
rohnstone Street, land of Mrs. D. W.
L. Kibler and others, $600.
Jan. 15, 1883.-D. B. Wheeler,
heriff, to Nancy Pool, I acre lot in
own of Newberry, bounded by Friend
t., Johnstone St., &e., $400.
Feb. 14, 1883.-Thos. M. Neel to M.
. Longshore, 274 acres, bounded by
ands of F. H. Dominick and others,
.-Geo. S. Mower, ex'r.,
o Wm. S. Birge,' 1t acres, in town of
'rosperity, bounded by lands of
tebecca Wise and others, $500.. .
Feb. 1, 1883.-George E. and Nancy
3. Summer to Nellie Kilgore, 1 acre in
elena, bounded by lands of Elizabeth
'allaw and others, $500.
'Peb. 12, 1883.-R. A. Bobb to G. L.
tobb and 3d. H. Buzhardt, 5 acres, in
o. 10, bounded by lands of M. A.
rriffin and others, $45.
Jan. 1, 1889.-D. V. Scurry to J. D.
alter, 4 9-10 acres, in No. 7, bounded
y lands of J. Y. Salter and others,
Jan. 13, 18S3.-Thos. P. Pitts to M.
. Lake, 734 acres, in No. 6, bounded
y lands of the estate of Jno. Satter
rhite and others, $511.
Jan. 13, 1883.-Jno. McCullough to
L. M. Dominick, 17 acres, in No. 10,
ounded by lands of Sallie Fellers and
Feb. 8, 1883.-Geo. S. Mower, ex'r.,
o Rebecca K. Wise and S. S. Birge,
i acres in Prosperity, bounded by
uds of Mary C. Barre and, others,
Jan. 23, 1S83.-W. H. Ramseur to
)avid R. Phifer, one lot, in No. 4,
ounded by Enoree River, the Old
Tinety-Six Road, &c.; price $1.
Dr. S. F. Fant is again sick in bed.
Mr. Hawkins has organized a sing
ng school at Jolly Street.
Mr. Joseph Brown got back from the
forth last week.
Mrs. Redus and Miss Daniel are
,gain at home.
Col. Thos. J. Lipscomb is spending
few days in town.
Mrs. D. W. Aiken is visiting her
laughter, Mrs. Smart.
Maj. Jones and Mr. Moorman attend
d Court at Edgefield.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon has been sick
)ut is better.
Mr. R. H. Wright has gone North
or the purpose of' buying his stock of
We were pleased to see editor Crews
f our ~esteemed contemporary, the
laurensille Herald, in town last week.
Gen. L. F. Youman is in town to
Lay. He represents Mr. Baskett in
he matter of the late Tbmmas Wad
Mr. George H. Neehamnd, travellinG.
oent and correspondent of the Mia7
e Georgia News, gave us a pleasant
al on Monday afternoon.
The pleasant and handsome junior
if the Swaffield Clothing House of
~olumbia, .visited us Monday. He
ame to give the gentlemen of New
>erry fits-in Clothing.
We regret to learn that Mr. Jno. C.
Keel suffreed a serious injury a few
Lays ago. While carrying a heavy
>iece of wood, he stumbled and fell.
rhe wood fell on him and "wrenched
us back." For several days he was
mable to turn over in bed, but he is
.iberty Hall, March 3
There is little news in our section.
dr. James Johnson is working our
oad for the first time in three years.
rhis is cause for rejoicing, but I will
tot say much until I see how well the
iork is done ; there is too much dispo
ition to just clear the law, and travel
ier bad roads without doing much
york. I sa one of my neighbors
icking cotton the other day, with a
low following the pickers, preparing
he land for another crop. He is giv
ng one half of the cotton for picking,
nd he pays one fourth for rent of
and. How many pounds of that cot
on will it take to buy a pound of ba..
on ? Grain is looking. fine. Farmers
re busy plowing. Labor is still un
ettled. Messrs. Riser and Riser are
oin~ to saw lumber for Col. Renwick.
t isTow raining and freezing ; I fear
he fruit is gone. Health of communi
y good. Doctors complaining of dull
ines. Soon be time for fried chicken ;
ome up and we will divide.
NOW and THEN.
'Home, Sweet Home."
"HouE, SWEE'T HOME," Is the name of
he neatest and cheapest home magazine
ublised in America. It is issued by Lud
en & Bates' great Southern Music House,
avana, Ga , at the low price of 50 cents
'early, with a Premium Album containing
ver 4 worth of music presented to each
bscriber. It is printed on pink tinted
aper; artistically gotten up; handsomely
llastrated, and filled iih choice home read
og matter. The publishers have made a
ecided hit in the name and style of the
agazine. Scnd them yo ur name for a free
A copy of the Grcat Industries of the
Jnited States, a large $5 book, will be
;iven for two names to the .HERALD, if
,com panied by $4. Only two subsern
yers. Four dollars in subscriptions,
md five in a book. tf.
All parties wanting Guano, Acid, or
jotton seed cake will app.ly to J. C.
L'aylor, Saluda, Old1 Town, S. C. The
renuine imported Gertman Kainit will
le delivered at points on C. & G. R. R.,
tt $20.00 per ton. 3-3m.
NEwBER RY C. H.. 8. C., March 10. 1883.
List of advertised letters for week ending
31akely, Emma. -Moon, Jim.
)ncket. Newton. |Scruggs, Mrs Jane.(2)
ones, Miss Maggie |Sheals, Prince.
brmsMMrs.alindai. Sims, Miss Cornelia.
.eary, Walter J. |Williams, M' iss Sarah.
bong, William. uWilson, Mrss. Texle.
EcMier G. W. JWicker, Miss Lenora.
faffett. Mrs. Carolne.l
Parties calling for letiers will please say
f advertised. R. W. BOONE,.P. V.
Jay Gould has gone to Florida;
ad iis Accidency, Chester Arthur,
is going down in a few weeks, on a
3as. sanda 73$ B!4e
clWin 1in PC
. AWD DEK
Also Disston's Circular Saws. Rubber and
Steam Ganges. Connections. Whistle
Valves, Governors, Wrenches) e
Steam and NEA Ji
Talbott's Agricaltural Engines (on wheela
Engines. Tubular and Locomotive _H
and Wheat Mills. Saw Mls
Watertown Agricultural Engines (on
and without cut of.) Retun T
Locomotive and Vertical B&
C. & G. CO<
Cooper's Self-Propelling (trantion) Englnes
Portable Engines (o ski S
Tubular Boilers.Cran Wheat
bolt attached.) Smut Waeh1a
and Oat and Weed E
J. W. CARD'
Cardwell Wheat Threshers, Separators az
Hydraulic Cotton Presses. Horse Pc
Corn She lers a
Beape.s ^nd Binders. Reepers and Mowers
Fairbank' Standard Scales, an size;
A1.UFACTUREE of the
Neblett I Goodrich Improved IIL CottonGi
Press, (steam or water power.) smitlb
Eng n Gins, Le., row
Orders solicited and promptly executed.'
informatien, etc., apply to
W. F. GAILLARD, Ag't., ff
Jan. 4, 1-ly.
Buying and selling for
I am enabled to offer to the public
CIGARS, AND TOBACCf,
also the finest and best French
Brandies, the celebrated
foF family use, at pries which defy
PORTNE'S TIVo! SEER
for family use, one dozen Pint Bottles
All orders will receive prompt atten
tion. With thanks fot- former patron
age to this house, I respectfully solicit
a continuance of the same.
Under Newberry Oper%Houese.
Feb. 22, 8-3m
DIAIOND 80LUBLE DONE,
MY STOCK OF
Is Full and Complete.
I solicit a call from my friends and
D) . IWheeler.
Feb. 15, 7-tf
Is made by
CUT AND MADE BY FIST
Fits gaaranteed. A fine stock of
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Always on hand.
Write or when in city callon
Feb12 tf COL,MMBIA.
Notice of' Final Settle
I will make a settlement on the Es
tate of William White, deceased in the
Probate Cour for Newbey Couny
March, 1883, and immediately there
after apply for a final discharge as Ad
Feb. 13, 1883, 7-5t.
Now is the time to get a good and
cheap buggy. I offer for the next
my stock of buggies (of my own make)
At Greatly Redneed Pri.es,
made with the greatest care and of
T$R MS- -CASK.
Ma rch 1, 9-4t.
I will make a final settlement on the
estate of Mordecal 7. Boyddeessed,
in the Probate Court on 7th day
of April, 1883, and immediately there.
after apply'for my dlschstge as the
Porta S. ne(
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