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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 188
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vons, cents for three months a7
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-t& epvalent is paid.
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snare, cash in advance. tf
This paper may be found on ie at Geo.
loweixvfaos Newspaper Advertising Bi
rean (10 Spruce St..) where advertising coi
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master
Prosperity is our authorized agent
Parties wanting Fertilizers for ca
or negotiable paper will see J. C. Taylo
Saloda Old Town. Feb. 9, 6-3m.
Mr. J. S. Pitts, of Floyd Townshi
lost a bright little bov the 8th insta
K with diphtheretic croup. He has a litt
DrL twin of the boy that died, that h
Mr. Pressly Dominick lost an infa
a few days ago.
Mr. Soloman P. Kinard died in Nei
berry at the residence of his daughte
Mrs. W. H. Blats, Tuesday in the sixt
second year of his age, of paralys:
after a lingering illness. Mr. Kina
- - spent the greater part of his life
Newberry, where he was well know
For a few years past he has lived
Mr. Chas. A. Bowman has on hai
standard brands of Guanos. Farme
desiring to purchase guanos will
well to call on Mr. Bowman. Sue I
We invite the attention of our res
ers to the advertisement of the Bucke
M'fg Co., Marion, Ohio. in another c
umn. They offer rare inducements
earn anhonest living. 28-6m.
The Clark Bros., by reason oft
large call at their gallery, will del
their visit to Florida a few days longo
The first of April they will assured
leave. and pictures must be taken i
side of that.time.
, would not purehase frc
ine what S. S. S. has effected ia r
w Thus *rite Archie Thomas,i
Citor f theRepublican. Springfle
Tenn. A few bottles of this simj
sgtbe remedy. S. S. S., accol
ematism cannot remain in the s:
temn after the blood has been purifie
Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per bottle.
A Handsome Cift
* Mrs. McCormick, of Chicago, wide
-cofthe inventor of the McCormick Mo
*er and Beaper, presented the Thoi
well Orphanage at Clinton with $1,(
a few days since.
Job Printing of all kinds neatly e:
outed at this officee. AUl kinds of pay
-and cards kept in stock. Prices r<
Death on the Rail.
Mr. Robt. M. Warren freight condi
tor on theC. &G. R. R.wasruno01
and killed byhis train at Frost M
Monday night. He fell off the top h
ear upon the track and the wheels
eleven ears pasdover him. He a
Sa fine yong, felw, about twenty..f
years of age, and was the only son
bis mother and she a widow. 1
monthe live, in Walhalla.
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teethi
P owders) will enro your child. I
saeby all Drnggists and Country M
esr.Speake Bros. are the age
ofseveral valuable Agricultural b
chines, such as Engines, Separatc
Mowers, &c.. and not the least ini
nce is their celebrated Americ
' rer. Samples of fruit and
getables dried in it were shown us I
week with which we were much ple
-A Foolish Mistake.
Don't make the mistake of confound
a -remedy of merit with quack medicir
We speak from experience when we
that Parker's Ginger Tonic is a sterI
health restorative which will do all tha
claimed for it. We have used it oursel
with the happiest results for Rheumat
and when worn out by overwork. See a
A Drummer Heard From.
W. E. Ph.HAM-DZia Sra: I hav' u
yoar "Pectoral Syrup" for Coughe ad C<
and can recommend it as a specific. Suf
ing with a bad cough I tried a bottle of
Pestoral and after one or two doses e,
rienced immediate relief.
B. I. SIMMONS,
Of Robt. Hough & Sons.
9-3 Baltimore, Mc
We learn that the entertainmen
be given at hiartin's Depot, on Frid
24th inst., in aid of the parsonage
North Newberry Circuit, will incli
DDNNER and SUPPER. the entertainm
to commence at 12 o'clock, M.,
'which time the tables will be serv
We learn that tbe Methodist ladie
that Circuit, aided by their good sisi
of other churches are working in1
good cause with zeal, and that a la
-assemblage of people is expected fr
all the surrounding country.
Crops in Flovd Township.
Our crop of small grain is the lar;
that has been sown for several ye
Oats are very fine indeed. When
promising but bad stands are repoi
in several localities, especially in
Workman settlement. I do not kr
the cause of the had stands; some al
bote itto the fly, but I think it ,
caused by the grains being cracked
threshing last Sommer, it being so d
Plowing is progressing finely. C
lating will begin in a few da
isbing bought fel.S
economy is the order of the day.
For Toxse, eh11. 1
SMIYBIN & TIRRANTI
D rmgists and Pharmacists,
d MOTHER DARLING'S INFANT
' Soothing for children when Teething.
Ir FOR THE LIVER.
Southern Liver Regulator.
4 Simnc-Ds' Liver Regulator. T
z Hill34 Liver Regulator, (11. H. P.)
d Simnrn' [eputic Compound.
FOR THlE THIROAT si
Balsam Wild Cherry.
t Chlorate Potash Tablets.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
"Our Own Cough Mixture."
Syrup Tar and Wild Cherry. P
. yer'si Cherry Pectoral.
Honey and Tar Drops.
Pure God Liver Oil. C4
" Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites. n
GARDEN SEED. d
ALL FRE AND GENMNE.
h Do not forget that we hLve the Genuine A
r, N. (. Buncombe Cabbage Seed.
p. --F- ff
6 Fine Drugs and Chemicals,
IS -SUCH AS- p
it IODIDE POTASH, b
BROMIDE POTAII, b
BROMIDE SODIUM, n
BISMUTfH, &c.., &c. v
in - _ _ _ _
i. GRAND DEPOT
iHeavy Drugs and Chemicals, t(
-SUCH AS- T
Blue Stone, Copperas, Camphor, Borax,
Potash, Sal Soda, Bi-Carb. Soda, Sul- n
pbur, Indigo, Alum, Epsom Salts, 0
Castile Soap, white and mot- E
tied, Pepper, Mustard, Ca- c
nary Seed, Salt Petre, a
d- Etc., Etc., Etc. y
to For Patent Mledicines, C
OINTMENTS, PLASTERS, f
TOILET ARTICLES, -
e FINE PERFUMERY, &c., &c.,
er Call at
i MAYBIN & TARRANT'S
3Y Prescriptions Compounded
d By Regular Graduates of Pharmacy, at
lMAYBDN & ,TARRANT'S1
as. Feb. 16, 7l-tf DRUG STORE.
d. Th Most Liberal M#en on Earth.
So said a lady about the Publishei's of s
the Southewrn Musical Journal, anid ihe was S
about tight. The gi.ts that they give to E
>W sub'crib -rs would well befit a King. Ini I
W- is1, t'ey g.ave R. W. Jamtisoun, of Macon, a
'D Ga., a aplendid Piano, and in 18. 8, anorher
00 one to Mrs. Rowland ; in 1880, another a
Piano to the Savan:nah Maso:uie Fair. Fori
Christmas, 1882, to Mrs. R. Molina, a $65
re- Sewing Manchine, and on March lst, to Mr.
er J. F. Gearorn a $22 Baby Organ. Now for
a- April 1st, they will give away a $50 Gold
;Watch among subscribers only One Dol
lar secures the Journal for a whole year,
and a Ticket in the Premium Drawing.
mc- Send your Dollar quick, and it will be in
,e time. Address the Publishers,
ler LUDDEN & BATES, Savannah, Ga.
fa "Always RelievesHe.
SW. E. PLR.ax, Druggist, New berry, S. C.
mrI have used your "Pectoral 3yrup"~ in my I
or family with great benefit. My wi[p is tron- I
Sbled,'now and then, from Colds and Coughs, I
arising from' measles contracted several
years ago. Whenever troubled your Pec
toral always relieves her.
S Respectfully yours,4
or 93J. CALVIN NEEL.
Before your begin your heavy spring
ut work after a winter of relaxation, your
[a.. system needs cleansing strengthenfig
rs, to prevent an attack of Agne, Bihiou5
m or Spring fever, or some other Spring
an sickness that will unfit you for a sca
re- on's work. You will save time, much
ast sicknes' and great expense if you will
as- use one bottle of Hop Bitters in your
family this month. Don't wait.--Bur
ing It is sad to see one in the morning of
les life incapacitated by disease from par
'y ticipation in the labor or pleasure of the
.S~ day, and we are glad to say that all
1victims from Rheumatism, Lame Back,
es Sprains, Bruises, etc., may find relief in
Coussen's Lightning Liniment, which is
valso good for Galls, Spavin, Ringbone,
etc., on animals. Price 50 cts, For
sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham, White's
SCream White Vermifuge is the best
Ids worm killer.
the To the Public.
90 I have been using Pelhamn's Pectoral
Syrup for four or five months, anid find it
the best I have used in many years in
Croup, Colds and other Pulmonary diseases.
W. TP. McFA LL, M.D.
-Pros~perity, S. C. 9-3
tO Grateful to Invalids.
Flres eton Cologne is grateful to invalids,
o eue it is refreshing without the sicken
in effect of muost perfumes.
at Liens for Sale.
ed. Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
ers for sale at this office.
.his Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
rge This valuable book is for sale at the
om U u Book Store, price only 25 cents
for single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
horse when sick, and treats of every dis
rest ease to which ahorse is liable. Get a
ns. copy and save money and anxiety.
tis Only for sale at the
ted 51-tf HERnAD BOOK STORE.
the a- The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
ras Club Rates.
by The Columbia Register wi$e club
y. bed with the HRaWn as follows: Week
orn ly Register and HERALn SS.50, ir-i
tys. weekly Register and HERALD $5, Daily
riet egister and HEaLn SS.75.
-ru Wcet Yernan and Hxun at
KENDALUS TREATISE ..!)
ON THE HORSE
r AND HIS DISEASES,
Will be given for the next
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS
r TO THE HERALD.
This is a valuable book, and
7 should he in the possession of N
every farmer. Take the HERAmL
and securt a copy.
r 10-4 T. F. GRENEKER.
ie Debating Club Fonetically Reported.
The Club met Friday nite to discuss
e kwestshun whether it wood be bet
r to adopt a "phonetic" method of
eling. The kwestshun was decided
the Club in the negativ. A nu fe
mr was added to the procedings by a
zolushun that sum member shal read
i extract at each meting. There be
g uther metings on Friday nites that
evented a full attendanceof members,
was rezolvd that the Club change its
me of meting to Monday nites. Ac
rdingly the Club met agen Munday
ite and debated the kwestshun whe
er law or medisin has conferred the
-ater benefit on mankind, and it was
.cided in favor of medisin.
It does not take much to make peo
e happy as was shown on Friday eve
ng last, the occasion being an expres
on of regard and good feeling mani
sted by the friends of Miss Heddie
Tiskeman, in a generous and liberal
)unding of good things. It was a
erfect surprise to the lady, and a hap
e one. Never did we see a happier
Aing than the recipient, and we much
)ubtif a more pleased woman could
found in the town of Newberry,or one
ore worthy of such an ovation. The
dy who suggested this pleasant affair
more than repaid in the suecess
hich erowned the effort.
We have been requested by -Miss
Tiskeman ta give her warmest thanks
the manj friends whose visit and
nd liberality contributed so largely
Col. W. R. Cathcart, of Columbia was
Newberry Tuesday getting subscrib
es for a Bell's Telephone Exchange.
[e secured ten Subscribers, and theEx
iange will be put in operation in about
month. The subscribers pay $40 u
ear. To any one living further than
alf a mile from the central office, $5.00
>r each additional quarter of a mile is
iarged. Those who come in after the
xchange is started pay $50 for the
rst year, and $40 for subsequent years.
he following are the subscribers:-C.
G. R. R., National Bank, R. L. Mc
aughrin, at his residence, Geo. S.
lower, office and residence, C. & G.
. Mower, store, B. H. Cline & Co.,
ore, Dr. S. F. Fant, residence, A. J.
IcCaughrin, office, Wm. Langford,
arehouse. The books will be open
>r further subscriptions until 12 o'clock
aturday. The central oMee will be in
r. Fant's Drug Store,
Deserve great praise, and we feel
isposed to accord it to them. At a
ret sacrifice of time and patience in
etting up a hot supper and lunch they
ucceeded in raising quite a nice fund,
bout $146, the whole of which has been
xpended in fitting up and making the
,ethodist Station Parsonage comfort
ble and pleasant. When the ladies
Ut their dear little heads together
ometing always comes of it, for there
Smore energy and go ahead charity in
bem than in men, two to one. They
aye a way of their own, which some
imes seems peculiar to cross-eyed and
tingy men, but as they are generally
ight, their plans always work sucess
lly. Bless the dear ladies.
In contrast to this we mention the
at that a committee of men were
ommissioned to repair the stable of the
ircuit Parsonage, more than a year
go, and that it has not been done yet,
vhile the old stable stands as a terror
Lnd an eye-sore to the Preacher and his
orse. If the ladies had had the work
o do, how different the result.
The Phrenakosmian Literary Society
>f Newberry College will have its an
iiversary celebration in the Opera
louse Friday Evening, 24th inst. The
Essayist will be B. H. Johnstone;
)rator, W. W. Berley; the question of
lebate will be. "Which should first
'ommand the attention of the people
>f South Carolina, the Material or the
:ntellectual development of the Statem
)ebaters: affirmative, J. M. Sease; ne
ative, P. HI. E. Derrick. W. D. Senn
ivill be president.
The lExcelsior Society wifl celebrate
ts anniversary Friday evening, 31st
nst., in the Opera House. Essayist,
['os. J. Hunter; Orator, Gustavus E.
Werber; subject for debate, "Resolved
hat the Congress of the United State
yught to abolish the Protective Tariff
Debators: afEirmative, Edward J. Hon.
;eal; negative, James M. Kibler. S.
1. Derrick will preside.
Thanks to each Society for an invita
~ Female Missionary.
A white woman was in Newberry
several days of the past week stopping
with the colored people and assisting
tt the services of the colored Baptisi
Shurch. Friday night she delivered :
eture at the Church on the subject o:
emperance. Sunday morning she lee
.ured to the Sunday School; and or
sunday afternoon she made an address
'rom a chapter in the bible. A few whites
ere present Sunday afternoon, and
ey say that her address showed he:
o be a very intelligent woman. She
s rather good looking, is about twenty.
ie years of age, and her name is Misa
Ell Brennan. She is from Minnesota
td is sent down South by the Woman'
iissionary Society North to worl
mong tbe colored people. Her chie:
bject is to organize sewing societiec
mong the colored women and girls, s<
s to teach them how to be good house
keepers. She combines with this worn
nstruction on religion and temperance
She stayed with the colored people al
together while here. For the past tw<
years she has lived in Columbia, and if
connected with the Benedictine Insti
tute in that city, a school for the edo
ation of colored ministers.
We understand that there was ano
the white woman at work among thi
colored people in the Cromer section a
the same time.
The ighest Ranlk.
,Made from harmless materials an<
adapted to the needs of fading ani
falling hair, Parker's Hair Balsam ha
taken the highest ranks as an elegau
.a... ralha ir restorative.
Furnisher of men's and boys' suits, nc%v
and our very especial friend, Swaffield, of F
has something to say in the Herald this T
week. He has an elegant line of Cas- side
simeres and Suitings for the Spring just and
received, and his ability and facilities war
for making a stylish suit are unsurpas
sed. Any one wishing a handsome Z
suit and a good fit, will go to him. can
Our Roads. Ro6
Our roads are in a had condition. T
They have not been worked scarcely. purc
at all in the last 12 months. Can't our che:
Commissioners and Superintendent of The
Highways have our roads put in better
fix than they are now. There were L
some good promises made before the Car
last primary elections about roads. Who don
will promise the most before the next casb
election? Our roads do not improve by R
promises, and they have had only a lick Pap
and a promise in the last twelve months. Sec
Would it not be a step in the right di- Stat
rection to turn out our old roads and
make a new survey, and straighten the b
roads. I think we could save one-fourth wh
the disuance in the majority of the roads Itra
in our county. Rvo
The Laurens Rail Road. Roc
There has been considerable con- Thi
plaint of late against the Laurens Rail S
Road on accountof the numerous run- Tel
offs. These rnnoffs have all happened A
within a very recent period, and, while
nobody has been injured they occassion- er a
ed a very ratural nervousness in the A
minds of the traveling public. Citizens mai
of Laurens sent a petition to Railroad his
Commissioner Bonham, asking him to her,
come up and inspect the road, and his
take such action as would provide I
against danger and delay. Commis
sioner Bonham went up the road Tues- tn
day on a special train, accompanied by han
President McCaughrin, Superintendent a e
Fry. Mr. James 0. Meredith and Sup- a
ervisor Ellis, on a tour of inspection. I
Magnetic Manufacturing Company. noti
A charter has been obtained for a giv<
cotton factory at Cherokee Ford, Broad to -
River, Union County. It is proposed son
to raise, by subscription, in shares of T
$100 each. a capital stock of $600,000 ove
Mr. H. P. Hammett, President of the in
Piedmont Factory. has visited the site. a st
and pronounces it an excellent one. the
The property, consisting of 8,090 acres an;
of land, with present improvements,
iron and lime beds, &c., belongs to the ly
old Magnetic Iron Company, and this Ove
company proposes to turn it over for Tri
$110,000. Subscriptions to the amount sell
of $100,000 have been taken in Chester, kn<
and from $30,000 to $50,000 will be ta- ing
ken in Greenville. A subscription list 7j
can he found at the store of J. N. Martin has
& Co., in Newberry. gal
Codey's Lady's Book for Aprii fori
Opens with a beautiful steel plate any
engraving representing a scene in Sir we
Walter Scott's "Highland Widow."
The novelette, "Miss Latimer's Whim." I
is an exceedingly interesting story, and, of
indeed, the same may be said of all ry,
the stories in this number. The Fash- saI
ion illustrations and the Work Depart- bi
ment are as usual reliable and fresh. 188
and the entire get-up is worthy of the a w
highest commendation. We would sug- '
gest to those who do not take it. that the
the Lady's Book would make a hand- lee
sme present to your friend. Any of in
our readers can be supplied promptly, be
by leaving their orders at this office. Co
We will farnish our own paper and ef
the Lady's Book for the low price of ma
$3.50 per annum. Now is a good ,
time to send in your subscription. The -
publication office is 1006 Chesnut me
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. i
The most effectual safe guard against be
disease of the lungs, is Coussen's Honey wlh
of Tar, which affords speedy relief when the
used for Bad Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, ser
Croup, Hoa,rseness and all diseases of
the throat. The manufacturers are sel- w
ling large quantities of this invaluable p
remedy at a price within reach of all
50 ets a bottle. For sale by Dr. W. E. n
Pelham. White's Cream White Ver
mifuge is the best worm killer. w
Various and all About.
Weather fine M
And so is money, so fine that it can't do
be seen. les
"Hazel Kirke" goes to every heart.
Nearly everybody in Eastern Ker- tw
shaw has the Mumps. ed
Mumps, of a severe type, is preva- m
lent in the Trinity neighborhood. e
Easter comes this year on the 9th of c
Tomorrow is St. Patrick's day. Get fal
your shamrock. ni
Mr. Hlornsby lost a good mule Men- t
day night. th
The story of "Hazel Kirke" will be foi
recited by posterity to point a moral. sy
Yesterday was the last day for bird- ap
hunting until fall.
Mr. Jeff Workman has Mr. J. 0.
Meredith's place rented for this year. sk
Miss Minnie Herbert is visiting her s"
sister, Mrs. Glaze, of Orangeburg. SO
"Hazel Kirke" is the idol of the stage. th
Conundrum-Why is a kiss like a re
rumor? Because it flies from mouth to s
"Hazel Kirke" like Christmas. comes be
to us but, "once a year." Next Men- $1
day she is our guest.
The Dead Fall place has been sold to
Mr. Levi Etheridge by Mr. Joseph M.
'In our notice of merchants gone se
North, last week R. H. Wright in stead fe
of W. T. Wright was mentioned. in
Now is the time to subscribe for the he
Newbery Herald, Kendall's Treatise on et
the Horse being given as a premium. at
The Newvberry Band has been re-or- at
ganized. They were out playihg a few
nights ago, and made excellent music
The Laurens engine got off the track
Thursday night and delayed the Friday's
train ten hours.
Mr. Koppel's bread wagon has come,
and he now delivers bread at the housesI
of his customers.
A wide awake citizen of this county
says that farming is destined soon to be
Sthe money making business of this part
of the county.
-"Oh Pat!" "What, sor?" "Did yes
e ver see a winter loike this?" "Yes,
sor." "When?" "Last summer, sor."
Secure a copy of Kendall's Treatise A
on the Horse, a valuable book. Read UI
the adeertisement which tells you howC
to get it.
IThe small boys are advancing. For- K
merly they played for tops; now they S8
play for nickels and dimes. Each boy ~
in his turn puts a nickel or dime in G
the ring, and the one that hits it with .
hi top tasi We live in a fat agel
[r. J. R. Norris has moved into th
store of Mr. Jos. Brown on corne
ratt and Nance streets.
he frost Monday night did con
rable damage to early vegetable.
peaches. It is thought that for
d grain was injured also.
. W. MeMorries, cob, who was :
lidate for the Legislature in 1878 or
repubbcan ticket, has moved t<
k Hill, Tenn.
he Household Baking Powder i.
, healthful and economical. Avoi
ip bulk Alum Baking Powders
y are poisonous.
etter Heads, Bill Heads, Circulars
Is and all other kinds of printin
3 at the Herald Office, cheap foi
lank Books, Letter, Note, Cap, Bil
er, Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Pencils
-,ol Books, and all other kinds o
ionery at the Herald Book Store.
oney is so scarce in the west, thal
n two dollars meet they are sucl
agers to each other that the owner.
a to introduce them.
r. E. S. Coppock is fitting up:
class Barber Shop with a Bathing
m in the rear in his Hotel building
; will be a great desideratum.
ibscriptions will be taken to th<
sphone Exchange by Dr. Fant, Mr
F. McCaughrin or Mr. Geo. S. Mow
p to 12 o'clock Satarday.
widower, having three children
Tied a few days ago in this Count:
hird wife,the third time he bad me
and three months after the death o
was a pertinent and forcible say
of the Emperor Napoleon, that "
dsome woman pleases the eye, bu
od woman pleases the heart, one i
wel, the other a treasure."
rinters ink is too superlatively good
we prove it by saying that ou
ce of Clark Bros. going away ha
m them a perfect deluge of picture
take, and that they will be delaye<
he unanimity of the planters al
r this State and also in other State
ntting in an extra sowing of grain i
ibject which attracts attention. I
crop turns out well they will hav
tbundance of food.
Ir. Wilson Longshore was boun<
r to the Circuit Court Tuesday b:
JI Justice Carlisle on the charge o
ing a falsely packed bale of cotto
wing it to be such and not inform
'here is a man in Newberry wh
drunk in the last forty years 52
Ions, or 13 barrels, of whiskey. H
obliged to take a small quantity b
each meal, and he doesn't drink 2
other time. He takes a quart
Ir. Jas. 0. Meredith used up the la
1i 1880 corn the 27th of last Janu,
and the last of his wheat for th
e year the 8th of March, leavin;
k his entire corn and wheat crop <
1 for use in 1882. He does'nt keej
estern corn crib or flour house eithei
'he retention of any waste matter i
system produces injury. The co
ion of "phlegm" or diseased muct
,ime of cold or throat affection shoul
promptly removed. Dr. Bull
agh Syrup does it more quickly an
etually than any oth -r cough syrn
'he Camden Journal "don't like 1
ddle" but the mud holes in that vicii
are so deep and such traps for ti
vary, says that a "Missionary" wi
needed to re-convert those persor
o after falling into the mire expre:
language of their souls in peculii
kn old gentleman below Prosperit
s called on a few days ago by h
rsician with his igemized bill; f<
dicine so much, visits so muec
Tell, Doctor," said the old gentlema:
I pay you for the medicine now, ar
1l try to return the visits during tI
nmer, after I lay by my crops."
Dr. Sampson Pope, assisted by Dr
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Excitement in Rochester.
The Commotion Caused by the Statement of a
An unusual article from the Rochester,
N. Y., Democrat and Chro:6,le, waz re
published in this paper and was a subject n
of much conversation. both in professional
circles and on the street. Apparently it
caused even more commotion in Rochester,
as the following from the same paper I
Dr. J. B. Henion, who is well-known not
oniy in Roclhe;ter but in nearly every part
of America, sent an extended article to this
riper, a few days since which was duiy b
ptiublished, detailing his remarkable ex
perience and rescue from what seemed to
be cerrain -eath. It would be impossible
to enumnierate the personal enquiries which
have been madc at our office as to the
v.didity of the article, but they have been so
numerous that further investigatiou bf the
subject was deemed an editorial necessity.
With this end in view a representative of
this paper called on Dr. Henion, at his re
sidence on St. Paul street, when the follow
ing interview occurred; "That article of
yours, Doctor, has created quite a whirl
wind. Are the statements about the terri
ble condition you were in, and the way you
were rescued such as you can sustain ?"
"Every one of them and many additional
ones. Few people ever get so near the
grave as I did and then return, and I am
not surprised that the public think it mar- e
velous. It was marvelous."
"How in the world did you, a physician, u
come to be brougbt so low ?"
"By neglecting the first and most simDle
symptoms. I did not think I was sick. It
is true I had frequeat headaches ; felt tired V
most of the time; could eat nothing one 0
day and was ravenous the next; felt dull
indefinite pains and my stomach was out of
order, but I did not think it meant any
"But have these common ailments any
thing to do with the fearful Bright's disease
which totk so fii m a hold on you ?"
"Anything ? Why, they are the sure in
dicatious of the first stages of that dread
ful malady. The fact is, few people know
or realize what ails them, and I am sorry
to say that too few physicians do either."
"That is a strange statement. Doctor."
"But it is a true one. The medical pro
fession have been treating symptoms instead
of diseases tor years. and it is high time it
ceased. We doctors have been clipping
off the twigs when we should strike at the
root. The symptoms I have just mention
ed or any unusual *ction or irritation of
the water channels indicate the approach
of Bright's disease even more than a cough
announces the coming of consumption. We
do not treat the cough, but try to help the
lungs. We should not waste our time try
i.ig to relieve the headache, strnach, pains
about the body or other symptoms, but
go directly to the kidneys, the source of
most of the ailments."
"This, then, is what you meant when you
said that more than one-balf the de tius
E which occur arise from Bright's disease, is
it Doctor ?
'-Precisely. Thousands of so-called dis
eases are torturing people to-day, when
in reality it is Bright's disease in some one
of its many forms. It is a Hydraheaded
t monster, and the slightest symptoms should
strike terror.to every one who has them. I
can look back and recall hundreds of deaths
which physicians declared at the time were
caused by paralysis, apoplexy, heart dis
ease, pneumonia, mahria! fever and other
common complaints which I see now were
caused by Bright's disease."
"And did all these cases have simple
symptoms at first ?"
-Every one of them, and mighthave been
cured as I was by the timely use of the
same remedy-Wlarner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure. I an getting my eyes tho
roughly opened in this matter and think I
Pam helping others to see the facts and their
possible danger also. Why, there are no
oend of truths bearing on this subject. If
. you want to know more about it go and
esee Mr. Warner himself- He was sick the
same as I, and is the healthiest man in Ro
chester to-day. He has made a study of
sthis subject and can give you more facts
sthan I can. Go, too, and see Dr. Latti
rmote, chemist, at the University. If you
want facts there are any quantity of them
yshowing the alarming increase of Bright's
s disease, its simple and deceptive symptoms,
rand that there is but one way by which it
can he escaped."
Fully satisfied. of the truth and force of
~the Doctor's words, the reporter bade him
dgood day and called on Mr. Warner at his
eestablishment on Exchange street. At
first Mr. Warner was inclined to be reti
e ent, but learning that the information
desired was about the alarming increase of
eBright's disease his manner changed in
stantly and he spoke very earnestly :
V'"It is true that Bright's disease has in
* creased wonderfully, and we find, by re
hliable statistics, that in the past ten years
-' its growth has been 250 per cent. Look
gat the prominent men it has carried oif:
1Everett, Sumner, Chase, Wilson, Garpen
ter, Bishop Haven and others. This is ten
irible and shows a greater growth than that
of any other known complaint. It must be
Yplain'to every one that something must be
ID done to check this increase or there is no
r knowing where it may end."
t ''Do you think many people are afflicted
to with it to-day who do not realize it, Mr.
f Warner ?"
s "Hundreds of thousands. I have a
r striking example of this truth which has
s- just come to my notice. A prominent pro
a- fessor in a Newv Orleans medical college
was lecturing before his class on the subject
of Bright's disease. He had various fluids
f under microscopic analysis and was show.
a ing the students what the indications of
s this terrible malady were. In order to
idraw the contrast between healthy and un
healt.hv fluids he had provided a vial the
hcontents of which were drawn from his
y person. 'And now, gentlemen,' he said,
S'as we have seen the unhealthy indications,
I will show you how it appears in a state of
Sperfect health,' and he submitted his own
a fluid to the usual test. As he watched the
)O results his countenance sudden'y changed
-his color and command both left him
and in a trembling voice he said : 'Gentle
men, I have made a gainful discovery ; I
have Bright's disease of the kidneys,' and
in less than a year he was dead."
n. "You believe then that it has no symp
htoms of its own and is frequently unknown
'even by the person who is afflicted with
r- "It has no symptoms of its own and of ten
a uone at all. Usually no two people have
e, the same symptoms, and frequently death
d is the first symptom. The slightest indi
cations of any kidnev difficulty should be
enough to strike terror to any one. I know
what I am talking about for I have been
through all the stages of kidney disease."
"You know of Dr. Henion's case ?
"Yes, I have read and heard of it."
"It is very wonderful is it not ?"
"A very prominent rase but no more so
than a great many others that have
Ito my notice as having been cured by
"You believe then that Bright's disease
can be cured."
"I know it can. I know it from the ex
perience of hundreds of prominent persons
who were given up to die by both their
physicians and frie- i."
a "You speak ot your own experience,
of what was it ?"
s "A fearttal one. I had felt languid and
d. unfitted for business for years. But I did
ne not know what ailed me. When, however,
S. I found it was kidney difficulty I thought
E- there was little hope and so did the doctors.
n, 1 have since learned that one of the physi
f ctans of this city pointed me out to a gen
~E tleman on the street one day, saying :
dd i there goes a man who will be dead within
sth |a year. I believe his words would have
I proven true if I had not fortunately secured
and used the remedy now known as War
DI er' afe Kidney and Liver Cure."
"And this caused you to manufacture
"No, it canse'd me to investigate. I went
a the principil cities with Dr. Craig the
iscoverer and saw the physicians pre
-ribing and using it and saw Dr. Craig
ras unable with his facilities, to supply the
iedicine to thousands who wanted it. I
berefore determined, as a duty I owed hu
tanity and the suffering, to bring it within
eir reach and now it is known in every
art of America, is sold in every drug store
nd has become a household necessity."
The reporter left Mr. Warner, much im
ressed with the earnestness and sincerity
f his statements and next paid a visit to
'r. S. A. Lattimore at his residence on
rince Street. Dr. Lattimore, although
usily engaged upon some matters eon
ected with the State Board of Health, of
hich he is one of the analysts, courteously
nswered the questions that were pro
"Did vou make a chemical analysis of the
ise of Mr. H. H. Warner some three years
go. Doctor ?"
"What did this analysis show you ?"
"The presence of albumen and tube caste
i great abundance."
"A serious disease of the kidneys."
"D d you think Mr. Warner could re
"No, sir, I did not think it possible. It
,as seldom, indeed, that so pronounced a
se had, up to that time, ever been
"Do you know anything about the reni
dv which cured him?"
"Yes, I have chemically analyzed it and
pon critical examiiuation, find it entirely
-ee from any poisonQus or deleterious sub
We publish the foregoing statements in
iew of the commotion which the publicity
f-Dr. Henion's article has caused and to
ieet the protestatious which have been
iale. The standing of Dr. Henion, Mr.
Varner and Dr. Lattimore in the com
iunity is beyond question- and the state
ients they make, ciijuot for a moment be
oubted. They conclusively show that
I-ight's disease of the kidneys is one of the
iost deceptive and dangerous of all dis
ases, that it is . exceedingly common,
lariingly increasing and that it can be
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF .NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Rosanna M. Caldwell, Plaintiff, against
John C. Wilson, as Administrator of t1e
Personal Estate of William S. Caldwell,
deceased, and as an individual, Mary -.
Spence, Caldwell Boozer, only Child of
Rosa Boozer, dec'd., Samuel Caldwel,
William Wilson, Vernon 0. Wilson,
Thomas N. Wilson, John C. Cafdwell,
John Caldwell, - Blount, Defendants.
Summons for Relief. (Complaint Served.)
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