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Special and Local.
W EDNESDAY, SEP. 15, 1SSO.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
II. B. P.
Thomas Q. Boozer-Oats!
J. N Martin & Co.-Notice.
G. W. Abney-Attornev-at-Law.
J B. Fellers-Probate Sale-Citations.
L.pply at this Office-A Rare Opportunity.
M. Foot & Son-Dry Goods, Clothing, &c.
Taylor & Cline-Buggies, Phtetons and
Ellison S. Keitt-Notice to County Board
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 35 P M
Up mail closes at................ 1 00 P M
Down Train airives ........... 4 08 P M
Dovn mail closes at.............. 3 30 P M
Laurens Train arrives. .......... 9 28 A M
Laurens mail c!oses at.... ....... 3 30 P M
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P '.
R. W. BOONE, P M
Ne%rberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 1880.
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S- All conmunications relatinn to
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g- The charge for publishing nomi
nations of candidates is Five Dollars, to
be paid in advance-the nominations to
stand until the election, or as long,
- within that time, as the parties desire.
Please bear this in mind in handing in
Mr. J. H. BATES, Newspaper Advertising
Agent, ii Park Row (Times Building), New
York, is authorized to contract for adver
tisements in the Newberry HERALD at our
best rates. 13-tf.
This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowen1 &. Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
rean (10 Spruce St.,) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
200 bus. good Oats for sale.
1t THOMAS Q. BOOZER.
We call attention to the advertise
ment in this issue of books for sale. In
the- collection are many of the best
books in print.
Attention is called to the card of Capt.
J. H. Gaillard, who is now in the Hard
ware Store of Peoples & Johnson, where
he will be pleased to see his friends.
The "Big Four" Minstrels
Played in Newberry Saturday night.
The troupe consisted of about fifteen.
The performance was excellent; it was
-the best Minstiel Show that has ever
been in Newberry.
A complete stock of Dry Goods, No
lions, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Groceries,
&c., can be found at
it M. FOOT & SON'S.
Remember the 17th
* The Democracy of Newberry County
should show their interest in the cam
paign and make a display worthy the
*occasion. It would be a good idea for
the merchants and other business men
in town to close their stores on that
*day, at least for a time, and give their
employees and themselves an opportu
nity to attend the meeting.
The Primary Election Saturday
Passed off quietly. The vote was not
as large as at the first election, owing,
principally, to the fact that it was a
rainy, disagreeable day. The vote, as
will be seen by reference to the tabula
-ted statement, was very close. The
successful candidates are: For County
Commissioner,A. J. Livingston; School
Commissioner, H. S. Boozer ; Audlitor,
Jobiy K. Nance; Treasurer, U. B.
Freight trains on G. & C. R. R. are
run for the benefit of M. Foot & Son,
to complete their Stock for Fall Trade.
Rev. Prof. Holland will preach in the
Presbyterian Church next Sunday morn
There will be religious services at the
Methodist Church in town every daty
and night during the present we
preaching at 11 A. M., and at 7.30 P.
*M. The Pastor, Rev. J. B. C2ampbel,
is assisted by Rev. W. C. Power, of
Quarterly Conference of the Cokes
bury District will be held Saturday.
A dwelling house on Mrs. Sallie E.
Kinard's place, near Jalapa, was burned
down Thursday afternoon about 1 o'
c1ock.' The house was a large, framed
double cabin; one end was occupied by
John Stewart,the other by Missou~ri Rob
ertson. The fire was first discovered in
Stewart's portion of the building near a
* crack in the window, through whicl:
the fire is supposed to have been insert
ed:- there was no one in that end of thi
Court Newberry No. 2, Independent
Order of Foresters, will hold its regular
meeting this (Tfiesday) evening at 8
o'clock P. M. JAS. F. GLENN,
Sep. 14, 1880. Rec. Secretary.
r Save your orders, young men.
Mr. Swaflield, who is now in New York
looking up the new styles for the Fall,
will be in our city next week with a
full line of French and English Suitings
which his facilities now enable him to
make up in a superior style, and at
lower prices. Sep. 15. 38-1t.
One Who Knows
Says: Rankin's Compound Fluid Ex
tract of Buchu and Juniper is the most
pleasant and effective remedy for all
diseases of the Bladder or Kidneys that
has been offered to the public. Mild
and pleasant in its action, it stimulates
and invigorates the secretions, and
gives healt6 and tone to the prostrate
or diseased organs. Pain in the Blad- I
der, Gravel, Prostration. Non-retention f
of the Urine, Brick Dust Deposit-in
fact, all diseases of the Bladder or Kid
nevs are cured by it.
Prepared only by Hunt, Rankin &
Lamar. Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and
for sale by Dr. S. F. Fant.
ANTIOCH, TRour Co., GA. July 4, 1879.
I am one of the unfortunate sufferers
from Gravel or disease of the Kidneys,
and find more and speedier relief from
Rankin's Buchu and Juniper than any
thing I have ever tried. I esteem it
so highly were there but one bottle in
the world I would willingly give $100,
or any amount, for it. I recommend it
above all other similar preparations.
e.o.w. E. T. WINN.
AuL.'s MILL, EDGEFIELD Co., S. C.,
July 9, 1879.
Dr. L. T. Hill:
Dear Sir-I take great pleasure in
commending to the public HIL:'S HE
PATIC PANACEA, or Liver Medicine, for
all diseases for which it is recom
mended. Knowing the medicinal vir
tues of the ingredients of which it is
compounded, I was induced to give it a
trial in my practice, and I unhesitating
ly say that it did more in my hands
than any "liver medicine" I ever used.
Yours truly,N.SO , .D
g' For sale to the trade by W. H.
Barrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
Facts are Stubborn Things.
The purchase of Alaska was the only
territorial~ acquisition made by the
United States which has not proved a
thorougly satisfactory investment, and
yet what does it matter so that as in
dividuals we can make our own pur
chasers in china, crockery, glass-ware,
etc.. of those reliable dealers, Messrs.
Kingsland & Heath, of Columbia. It
is an indisputable fact that you can get
the full worth of your money by buying
of them. Try it and be convinced.
Notice ! Notice !
All persons who do not pay their ac
counts promptly at the end of each
mon)fth are respectfully requested to
oblige the undersigned by not asking
him to make memoranda for them.
A. C. JONES.
Aug. 3. 1880. 32-tf.
E. S. Coppock, agent for the cele
brated Studebaker Wagons, the best in
the United States. Another supply on
Edgefield Advertiser and Laurens
Ecrald copy 2 months.
Are you Sick ?
If so, go to your nearest druggist or
store, and buy a box of Dr. Gilder's
Liver Pills. They will cure you. You
can find them in any store. 32-2m.
THOMPSoN, Dentist, opposite Herald offce
Buy your Confectioneries of all kinds
from A. C. Jones. 19-tf.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Cigars and Tobacco.
Choice lot of fine Cigars and Tobac
19-tf, A. C. JONES'.
Bedford (Va.) Alum and Iron Springs.
WATER, MlAsS AND PILLS.
Adated to chronic diarrho~a, constipa
tion, and scrofula.-HIy. Latham. M1. 1).,
P'res't Virginia Medical Society.
Successfully used in Dyspepsia, Chronic
D)iarroa and Scrofula.-ProA. S. Jackson,
Eticient in anoma; excellent appetizer
and blood purifier.-H. Fisher. M. D., Ga.
Valuable in nervous prostration, indiges
tion and chlorosis.-Li. E. Mathews, M. D.,
A tine tonic and alterative, very valuable
in diseases peculiar to females, chronic fe
ver and ague, bronchitis and diseases of the
digestive organs.-J. F. Roughton, M. D.,
very beneficial in strengthening and mn
proving a reduced systemi.-Rev. Jno. W.
eckwith. Bishop of Ga.
lIvaluable as a nervous tonic.-Hon. I. C.
Recomnmended as a phryp.ialactic in Ma
larial districts.-D. Rt. Fairex, M. 1D., N. 0.
iist ores debilitated systems to health.
T. C. Mercer, M. D., Ind.
Use1d with great benctit, in Malarial Fever
and Dipththeria.--S. F. Dupcoi, M. D.. Ga.
Of great curative virtue.-T'hos. F. Rtum
bold. M. D. st. Louis.
lieeicial. iiin mrine decrangements and
malr1ious5 conditions.-'. M. Vail, Mi. I).,
Ohio. . .
Best remedy ever used in iseases of the
thxroat.-P. A. Sitferd, M1. Di., N. C.
Toic. alterative, diure'tic ; one of natures
greatest reme' iey.-Medial Association of
Adapted in certain affections of thle kid
nes anld bladder; dysjpsiat, lupus, chlor
.S. serofulous and cutaneous affections.
t'rof. J. .!. Moorman, SI. D., \ a.
Relieves headache, promptly-both sick
an nervous.-Rev. E. C. )o.15son, \ a.
Saple supply sent free to any physician
desi~ing to test. Pamnphilets sent free. An
-lsis with each package. Water asit comes
:rom he springs $4 per. case of 6 gallons mn
elas-s-Si.5u for 5 gallons, $1 for 1') gaidons.
57 ror 20 aallons in casks. Mass 50 cents
and Si: $2.5; and $5 for half doz. P'ills,
pu re sugar coated, 25c., 50e. and $1 package:
$1.25. $2.5, and $5 for half doz. Sent post
paid anywhere. This Mass and Pills eon
tains in reduced space all the curative pow
The Reedy River Association
Will begin at Bush River (Baptist)
Church Friday the 17th instant. There
will be a large cr%vd in attendance, es
pecially on Sunday. The Association
will close its session Tuesday.
Capt. J. Y. McFall returned from
New York Monday.
Mr. Jno. W. Coplpnck got back from
New York last week.
Dr. Jno. R. Thompson has been quite
unwell for a week or ten days; he is
"on the mend" now.
Mr. T. B. Crews, of the Laurensville
Herald, was in town Monday. on his
way to Columbia. Was he going to
Col. C. H1. Suber returned Saturday.
After leaving White Sulphur he took a
trip through the Northwest, into Ne
braska, Iowa and Indiana.
By What Authority?
When the present County Coramis
sioners came into office they advertised
for proposals for Physician to the Jail
and Poor House. The bid of Dr. J. W.
Folk, of Jalapa, was the lowest-$75
and the contract was given to him.
A short while ago a Deputy Sheriff,
in attempting to arrest a negro at Dr.
Dorroh's, shot him in the thigh. Dr.
Folk was sent for, and he asked that
the negro be allowed to remain where
he was, as it would be better for the ne
gro and would be more convenient to
him to treat the negro where he was
than in jail. He was left there, and has
got about well. Dr. Folk presented his
bill to the County Conimis.ners for
forty-two dollars ($42) for his services
in the case, and the Board approved it.
If Dr. Folk contracted with the Com
missioners to do the County practice for
a certain sum the Commissioners have
no right to pay him a cent beyond that.
His pay may be small; but it was his
own proposition. *When the bill was
presented Messrs. Lester and Switten
berg voted for it, and Mr. Livingston
against it. Each acted conscientiously,
no doubt; but Mr. Livingston, we
think, took the proper view of the mat
Various and all About.
Newberry is putting on a business
Newberry College opens to-morrow,
The speaking the 17th will be in
Old John Robinson's Circus will be
along in about two weeks.
Mr. G. WV. Abney has opened a law
ofdece in our town. See his card.
M. Foot & Son are marking their
goods to sell them at very low prices, it
Two night trains will be put on the
Greenville & Columbia Rail Road about
"Tune up your Voice," and stop
coughing by taking Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. Price 25 cents.
The Town Council will elect a newv
policeman Thursday evening, in the
place of Jno. A. Kinard, resigned.
Huudreds 'of clergymen, doctors and
others have used 'Kendall's Spavin
Cure' with the best of success Read
Col. Holloway, Secretary of the State
Agricultural and Mechanical Socity, has
made arrangements with the Greenville
& Columbia R. i., whereby articles for
exhibition at the State Fair can be car
ried free. The shipper will be required
to pay freight one way at the point of
shipment, but on the return of the arti
cle his money,.will be refunded.
Republican Congressional Convention.
The Republican Congressional Con
vention met in Newberry Friday the
10th instant, in the Hoge School House.
A representative of the HERALD wvent
to the place of meeting at 5 P. M., the
hour for convening, but was refused ad
mittance; none but delegates were ad
mitted. Delegates were present from
every County in the District except
Oconee. The only white delegates
were Jno, R. Tolbert, of Abbeville, and
W. W. Blalock, of Pickens. Lawrence
Jones, Carrington's former Deputy
Sheriff, was a delegate from Anderson,
and Jim Eichelberger, who was County
Chairman of this County in 18~8 and
was turned out by Elliott, was a dele
gate from Richland. All that the re
porter heard of the proceedings was the
nomination of C. J. Stolbrand, of Col
umbia, by Eichelberger, who spoke so
loudly that he could be heard from the
outside. iIe said he nominated a man
who was a distinguished Federal Gene
ral in the late war, a man who has pro
mised, if nominated, to canvass every
nook and corner of the District; a man
who, if nominated, will be elected, and
not only elected, but will take his seat
in Congress. David R. Phifer, of New
berry, was put in nomination by Tol
bert. When the vote was taken Stol
brand got 15 and Phifer 10--StolbraLnd
is therefore the Republican nominee for
Congress from the Third Congressional
District. The Counties voting for Phi
fer were Newberry, Laurenis and Abbe
Carlos J. Stoibrand, the nominee, is
a native of Sweden, and was educated
at the University at Stockholm. During
the late watr between the States he was
Brigadier-General of Artillery on the
Federal side. iIe was in command of
the artillery that fired upon Columbia
when Sherman's army approached that
it...the maet-s ot" hiscar-nnon halls
Attempt at Murder and Suicide.
Herbert Swittenherg and Mali
his wife, were married a few aior
ago. Their colored acquaintances
they have not "lived happily" togett
Only recentiy ?ahala indicted her li
lord for giving her a severe beating:
was sentenced to jail for his offense
was required to enter into a recog
zance to keep the peace. Friday
went into the large wooden build
next to Mr. Leaveil's Furniture st
where Mahala keeps a sort of eat
house, and made an attack on her.
beat her over the bead with a ia;
iron bar. Mr. P. A. Clark, who st:
at Mr. Foot's store across the s:reet, c
a few others, hearing the cries of
woman ran in to see what was the m
ter. Just as Mr. Clark got in the d
Swittenberg said, "Mr. Clark, thi:
the last of me," and throwing back
head made several vigorous cuts at
own throat. After walking across 1
room he threw the knife on the floor a
sat down on an old counter. T
wound bled profusely. He was laid
the counter, and physicians were s<
for. Drs. Mayer, Jr., and Gilder so
came and succeedeci in staunching t
biood and cleansing the wound. Th
opinion was that his chane:s were
thier slim. The knife had made
ghastly wound of one and a half inches
depth an( three inches in width, sev
ing the windpipe and a small arte1
beside several veins. After attendi
to Swittenberg the doctors turned ti
attention to his wife. They fount
slight fracture of the skull near the t
of the head, not likely to produce dea
but of a very serious character. S
had received five blows over the he
with a heavy iron bar, each one maki
an ugly gash but only one breaking t
skull. The woman's thick hair was
that saved her. The Doctors think th
will both get well.
Senator Bayard at Newberry.
Senator Bayard, of Delaware. pass
ui. the G. & C. R. R. Wednesday
his,way to the Democratic Mass Me
ing at Anderson. Superintendent I
gave permission for the train to stop
few minutes at Newberry that the pi
pie of Newberry might give the dist
guished statesman an ovation. A lat
crowd, headed by the Newberry Bat
marched to the depot and took positi
in double column along the side of1
platform. When the train rolled
cheers rent the air. Senator Bay:
was conducted from the coach to1
platform and made a speech of f
minutes duration that captivated his:
dience; even the colored people,
whom a large number was prese
were much pleased.
SENATOR BAYAR~D'S SPEECIL
Fellow-citicns of NZ~ewberry : I:
truly gratified at this reception.
main reason in leaving my bome, se
ral hundred miles from here, and cc
ing South was to impress upon the p
pIe that the great object of the Natio:
Democratic party is a sense of comn
fellowship for the whole country. Sol
Carolina is but a small part of the gr
army that is marching on to a comn
victory in November. If I felt that'a
tory would not redound to the prospi
ty, the happiness and the safety of
whole people I should not hail it w
the feelings of profound gratitude t
I know I will. If we do succeed,
I can see no reason to doubt it, ther
not a man in this broad country, wv
or black, rich or poor, who will
bless the day when Winfield Scott H
cock becomes the President of the Ui
ted States. The man, wherever
may live, or whatever may be his pc
er, could have no higher ambition:
no nob)ler task than to assist in gove
ing this country on the basis of tr
and equal justice. I feel towards
people of the South just as I do towa
my own people, who have been y
kind to me, and it is this feeling t
has induced me to make this long jo
ney in this hot weathcr. I have
thing to fear from you, nothing to
from you, but everything good I w
James W. H ay ward.
The Anderson Intcligencer of]
week prints a letter written by J.
flay ward to one of his friends in Anc
son. It is a curiosity, and we therefc
reproduce it. Hayward, our read
will remember, was Auditor of N<
berry County five or six years ago.
WASmsNGTON, D. 0., Aug. 20, 1830
FRIND-: My arrangements
complete for nomination by your C
gresional Convention as member
Corgress from the Third District.
lieving you to he a friend, I hope;
are a delegate from Anderson tot
Convention. If you are, I urge:
to stand up square for me first, last:
all1 the time, and your influence v
the balance of your delegation is kin
solicited. I have just completed
rangements here for all the ruoi
I want in the campaign, if I g2t
nomination, anid for good speaker:
go from here to help us work.
course, thin help will come from
peson:dl friends, and will not extent
any other person the Convention ri
nominate. In fact, no other marn
my..elf can be elected this time. W
the future may have ini store I do
pretend to say, but this much
know: I am the only Rad that can.
elected from the Third Districti
tie omatter what others thini
say. You will fmrd it so. If I (10
get the nomination Mr. Aiken goes
and if I do get the nomination Mr.
- . 1T~- .1
If you a!1 do tis you hiow m' wcil
Ila, enough to know I shan't fail yun when
tls you ask any fivor of -c. Stand up to
say this. It's for your party's interest. for
er. your State's good and for tour (w)n per
?e son al good, e"ery one of you. W\rite
to to mt..
td Very truly,
ni .tEL \ W. IIAnvAi.
he 416 10 Street.
oro The Republican Mass Meeting the 9th.
The leadin:- Republicans in this
County made desperate eflrts to secure
ea grand mass meeting at N ew irry
s Thursday, the 9th. Reports were sent
d out asking all to come and hear EIliot,
te Brayton, Sani Lee and other "distin
ctt- guished speakers". About two hun
>or tred and fifty colored men came. They
is waited about the streets till about 1
bis o'clock when they marched in proces
his sion to Cline's grove. There was sene
he cheering by smuall boys and a few men,
nd but the enthusiasm was at a deplorably
be low ebb; and when the audience found
that none of the expected speakers had
nt conic and that there was nobody to ad
on dress them except Rainey, of George- p
he town, their di,appointmenlt w: t manl- t'
fest. S. H. ;happeii acted as Cha- e
-a- wan. Prayer was oliered by Rev. p
alne, and Joseph H. RI:ney, ex- ti.
in Cong.ressman from the First District, aI
arwas introduced. Rainey is a light m1- to
latto, and a an of considerable intelli- to
ug gence. He is not a good stump speak
er, and failed to produce much impres
l sion on his au iience. He said that of e
op the two chief means of obtaining infor
h mation, bearing and reading, the col
h~e ored people were almost wholly depen-?
ad dent on thu former, and for that reason
ni he would point out to them the differ
he ence between the two parties that divide
all the country. One great point of differ
ence is whether State Sovereignty or
the general government should be su
plreme. States have rights, and the
doctrine of State's Rights means home
rule and the ouwer of the States to
make their own laws-so long as they
_ don't conflict with the Constitution and
.t laws of the United States. The Repub- a
y lican party claims that the general gov
ernment has a power over the State
. similar to that of a parent over a chil.
i We, as Republicans, feel an interest ind
d this question-our rights are derived ,
from the general government. The
he Republican party is the party that has
utaken us to the front. We may have
d (one things that were unwise and ~
he wrong; yet we have rights that mustLI
venot be trifled and that we should stand c
iup and defend. The Republican party
of is the party that defends the poor man.
Colored men have no showing in the
n,Democratic party; we can't get repre
sentation in that party. It; is so hard
to impress upon their minds that we are I
im free and have rights. We prefer the
IY Republican party because in that party
eour rights ar:e recognized. WVhen the
m- Democratic Convention met at Cincin- ~
eo- nati, out of over 600 delegates, there
alwas not one colored -man; yet the col- I
co ored men of this country cast one mil
At lion votes. At the Republican Conven
eat tion at Chicago white men and colored
on men sat side by side. Hancock men
Ie- will ask y'ou to vote for him when at
'l Cincinn:ati they didn't recognize yoai.
the Inasmuch as we are not good enough
'ith to sit in their Convention the Democrats
bat ought not to expect us to vote for them.
bud They say the Republican party is dead;
is it is the liveliest corpse you ever laid
lite eves on on the other side of the Mason
not and Dixon line. You may be counted
aout here; but the wvealth, the intelli
H- gence and the power of other seciions
he ,of the country are in the Republican
'" party. In our party are some of the
oud ost men of this country. Do not be
n- discouraged and think you are for:aken
alth and down-trodden. The principles of
the the Republican party are eternal; they
(S embrace the doctrines of personal liber
"r ty and equal rights and j ustice to all;
hlat don't know what is going to transpire
ur- in the future; have many reasons for
no knowing that we are going to be suc- I
isk cessful, but those reasons are two valu- .
ish able to be given at this time and place.
The American people have determined
that the fundamental principles of thisi
government must be established. They
ist don't want a man for President whose
W. head is in the army; the war is over;
er- the American people willnot put a gen
>re, eral, a soldier in power, but a man who
ers sprang from low origin and humble pa
sw rentage. No man should hesitate b'e
tween Garfield and Hancock. He then
.jgave the old story of the muule and the
are tow-path, and asked the aged fathers
on- and mothers if they didn't feel p)roud to
of think their children might thus rise to
Be- the highest positions. Turning to the
you Democrats present, he said I want you
hat to put it down in your diary that I, an
you ignorant negro, told you that Garfield
md would be elected; Newv York and Indi
.ihana will go Republican, lHe then
dycharged the Democrats with rep)udia
arting the State tdebt, and said that hee
iey thus lost several thousand dollars of hisI
the Congressional salary which he had in
Sto vested in State bonds.
Of After Rainey concluded George John
my stone, Esq., asked permission to address
It the crowd, there being no other Repub)
2ay lican sp)eaker present. Henry Kenne
hut dy. County Chairman, stated to the
hat crowd that he did not want to assume
nt the responsibility, but would put the e
rde question whether theyV wished to hear
hu Mr. Johmnstone. The *"noes' were loud
:his est andI oftenest repeated; nut tue ayes
:or were in a large majority. Mr. Johu-p
not tone delivered a veryv etTec tive speech;
in, he was interrupted several times bys
Ai questions regarding the State debt fromI '
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L:A1BE L S TiCKETS
n NVELOPES,I C!RCL-L
Lt N lTE 2HADS.; ST.\E.1 1 S,
}t(LETTER HEIADS,; LIEGA:L BLANKS
B I LL HEA"4DS. INV CIGS,
>e P-MIPT?LETS, MAND BiI.i.S,
De E ID!GERs. PL ACARDS,
eyaEc., &c. .ETC., &c.
nd P;_:aTi> AlT TUF
or IIEiULsr P RINTiNG OFFICE
I- EW ERRY, S. C.
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9C ARES. M
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L~TTh hEAD,P.iP T~ FU NUR
HERALND BO STORE
Piviaio PE R ofal id a1r.
FOTiR SALE CEAMATTH
IHERALD BOOK STORE
LINE PRMPTLY IL LE.
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EdtrERALD an0Poieto BoST or
Jan. 27, 4-ti..
, T. T --galyE.
MAINSTRET, EWBZu-Y i ., an
. 3 is now open, and i:vite the peid one an:
Direr," or suppeor, r TWETNTY-FWV
orvor i.y r'gu:ir; J)',:2er; wil.b
iktakn ait r >r~)J3t]inatO V o'w rate-.
OIO6 4i F
the at-a~c e C g of .d
-Ula u iB.1.C hCI' d .ISY Lb
Foreign' CfLtiterture Scinc n A
Corn penurodca a' ths ric!e whi
areF4 ~~ valablot Am rc n ae I tsfe
Rer vies, '4eznsadJores n o
.u....the.tas.es.......ch. e cI re.2e
EI, ., H W TISC, , .2
PERIODICALs. . THR
Quatery levisv 0 inWE !dso
Westmiste iCTe \Pmfz"r Tr a.
F. rt uiii- .i: ' aL eyr i
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.5e8 TeECLECTIC 31AG.*ZINR
0- yl :n :nin ature. Eh
bcst living :mth -m :Teent n
cos:!y volumes are m
my which appear fre:h is l'
STEEL ENG'iAVINGS. he "moe
2 contairs a fine sted engravig-um 7
No- portrait-execured I'i the her: manne
am m.,.s.;m-a ser. a :ornnine: : value
The Sen 4
Nt1wbrrv C. 1i... 205 2
G;ibson's Store... 3G
Cromer's Store. 3
Jalapa . .. . . . . . . 22
Long horcs Store 319
\1lums Store... 1.
Dcad Fall ...... 15
Prosperity....... 14!) 1
Jolly Street...... 88
Ponaria ......... 12
Total .......* (02 U~
trt crowded around the stand :rd I
Ii.td ati(entiVtl- to the laIt. .\t t
oe of the %cpeeh MaI:j. Nanlce gave
'enat'lt :1 cordiai in.itation to ate
I)emnocra:tie Mass .Meetiig the 17
id <i!?rattC(l them the samp, Col
mu.: tretmtT]ent that they had extend
A "srny"rattiing' voice an<!
rstant disposition to Cxpeem( ra
uieate incipieIt throat trouble
ngerous ten(ielncy. Use Dr. 1u1
)ugi h S3r-ap ii gool time, alid
ved much trouble and anuoyaln
)r sale by all druggists.
anter and FG.rmer.
The Augnst number of the P7'u
ud Farmer is to band. This is.
tains a number of very able and
resting articles on highly mport.
hjects from some of the forem
ricuitural writers of the day. Tln
i ".Ensilage," by Dr. John M. B:i
id Charles K. Harrison, are especi
1eservi:g of note. The h Plan ri
'.1* was never on a firlr basis
i better pr--spects of success. Si
ription 2.00 a year. Lolfe S. Sal
rs, Editor, Richmond, Va.
NEWBERR.Y, S. C., Sep. 14, 18SI
od' 'rdinairy................. 9
w Middling................. --9
od Middline .................10a
Good demand at, quotations.
Newherry Prices Current.
y J. N. MARTIN & C
Shoulders. Prime New... 6
SLaoulders. Sugar Cured..
Sides, C. !R., New............ a
RY SALTED MEATS
ShoulIers. New........ .
Sides. C. 1R., New..........a
Sides, Long Clear........
Carvassed Hams, (Magnolia) ad
Leaf, in Tierces............. 12
Leaf. ini Euckets...........12
Granulated Staudard..... ..P12a
Extra C................... 11
New rka s............... 10
OL ASS E
New Orleans Syrup... 7
New ()rlcans M olae. 5C
Cuba MIohisse ......6
Sugar H ouse Molasses 37
Guunpowti'e. ...---.-. 1. - 1
Young ilyson..... - 1 .. - 15
LLS1CE............- .. ----- 2
Roasted or Parched... 2.5
Best Rio................ 25a
White Vine Vinegar.. C5
ACHl...............- -. ----..
AR CANDLES................ 15
OURi, pe:- bi. ............ ..... .01
NDY .... ............-.......... 20
- NCENTAT ED L YE....... .. .. 1
DRSFORDs I ANING POWDER 25
A FOA'M BAKING POWDER... 3
AGING- Pavy................... 12a4
ROW TELS. per L.unch........... 2 5>
D CLOVE r SEEID-per 1b....2
D OATS-rer tu............. 5
I..pnrsons ind,'bted to the undeirsig~
iconfecr a speci.'! f;.ver by 5:tti!'.g
ue by the !. of O.sobe:- ne No
er indul1nc v.* gC:.
P iRRY, HloL-TO COUNTY, G.
We hve known "Sift's Syphi itie
ic" tested in "undireds of obstinate ca e
abilis, M1ercurial Rheumatism, Scrofi
. It mnade the most perfect ann peri
nt Cures inl every csu
AM i). KILLENI, J. WV. WIMB'ER
iudge Co. Court, J. C. GILBERT. DrU
L. WAsaR,o J. WX. MANN,
J. WV. La'hor p .& Co., County Treasu
Saanahi, Gai. WX. . ) PIr.acF, She
D JACKSON, C. C l)UNcAN.
Dp't (Tk S"'r Ct. DAY & GonD
: 1 They are ciaze of said County,
p highes~*t rep:eailt an :d (lirtee:.
I am per.on.;.liy acquain ved in the
itr1'rsr, uad minty ai theic Em w I
sn'atlure app'ear to the .'oregomt.g cer
te.Tu are men~ of bigh eba:.ecer;
mtding. A. H. COLQUiT'T,
Governor~ of Georgi:
E SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPAN\Y, I
n)*;prfl!~ Arlint' Ga
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Thise egnt nw H' te! i ow opel' far the
spare' na eff>rr : gi;c satisweua: h
travelline pi.blic. Good t.iry rooins, comn
Iort l be2. the .'ei of Ure. a::entive, Z& -
'corm2odLt!fn serv nd moderite charg:
b' hec r.ule. June 9, 24-:f.
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