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-Special anda Local.
THUISDA Y, AUG. 24.1 188
hMDE% TO NEw ADVERTISEYE\TS.
E. V. Gist-Barbecue.
Ber. G. W. Holland-Newberry College.
- Benjamin Sloan-South Carolina College
ElizabethS. Herbert-Valuable Land f
:Wi. E, Ranter-ilustrated Bible Lectu:
and Stereopticon Exhibition.
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Mr. L. S. Bowers, pst master :
Prosperty is onr authorized ggent
Mr. B. H. Lovelace lost his youngel
bhild, a boy aged five mnonths, Saturdai
A six paar old daughter of Mr. B.1I
Frazier, of Siokey Town, died Thun
day, 17th, of bilious fever. He has ar
other child very low of the same cor
Mrs. W. H. Ramseur, of Phifer'
this County, died Sunday morning, 20t
. instant. She was formerly Miss Phifei
of Concord, N. C., and was married
year ago. Her body was taken to Cur
cord for burial.
Mr. R. D. Wilkerson died in Nev
ry Thursday last of congestion. Mi
Wilkerson came here about a year ag
as .a carpenter, and made his hon
here. He wa? about forty years old
He leaves a wife, to whom he was mar
Tied only a month ago.
The Jalapa Barbecue
Friday was not largely attende<
Most of the candidates were out, an
a1I present were called upon to speak.
Beware of Imitations.
The delicate odor of Floreston Cologni
is itrely novel. Look for signature <
giseox k Co., N. Y., on each bottle.
Valuable Land for Sale.
Mrs. E. S. Herbert offers at privat
sale a valuable tract of land in thi
County. See advertisement in this i
More Sheep killing.
Mr. -Jno. F.~ Denson, of Mendenha)
Township, had nine sheep. Dogs kille<
six of them Monday night, and bit tw
others so that they may die.
Another Arm Broken in the Rink.
Mr. Richard Wearn fell while skat
in the Rink Monday night-and brok
both bones of his right forearm. Thi
is the third arm broken in the Rink
Mr. Wearn had just come to town an<
set in to clerking Monday for J.19
A1artin & Co.
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin has bough
another Jersey heifer six months olh
from Mr. Wade, of Atlanta. He pai<
$250 for her.
Mr. A. G. May bin has bought a Jer
sey heifer seven months old from Mr
Wades he paid $250..
Big Cotton Sale.
Mr. Warren R. Davis bought a lot c
one hundred and sixty-nine bales o
cotnfrom Mr. James A. Crotwel
. hursday at 11 3-16 cents all round
' Mr. Crotwell has had some of the cot
aa~n on hand two years or more. Thb
average grade was low middling.
Several prominent professional gen
tiemen have decided to deliver lecture
before the young men of Newberry
The first of the series tvill be delivere.
by Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Sr, on Frida:
evening,Sept 1st., in ttd Hall of the Y
Mi. C. A. at 8.15 P. M. Sahject-Thi
The Republicans Moving.
Henry Kennedy, Chairman of thb
Bepablican party in this County, ba
~issuedI a call for a County Conven
tion to be held at the Court Hous.
Septemnber 8th, for the purpose of elect
ing three delegates to the State Repub~
licaD~ Convention, which meets in Co]
umnbie the 12th of September, and fiy
delegates to the Congressional Conven
den atice nd place of meeting no
The Prosperity Barbecue
Saturday, given by Messrs. Wyse
Milla, was the biggest one of the seasoi
so far. There was a large crowd pres
eat, and the candidsges were as busy a
a bee in atar bucket-some of ther
weeas busy as two bees in a tar buck
.ec. 'The dinner was well prepared. I1
the afternoon the candidates were calle
for and were.introduced to the const]
tuency by F. W. Fant, Esq. Some sir,
ply stepped forward and excused themi
selves, while others got off pretty lon,
speeches. But as nobody said anythini
new or startling we shall not report tb
The barn of Mr. David R. Phifer wa
burned down Sunday night. The firi
occurred early in the night, and. wa
discovered by the colored man whb
feeds the horses. It was then burning
in a small blaze among the fodder an<
bay in the second story. He gave the
alarm at once, and the neighbors wh<
were present did all they could. aided b:
Lhe hands on the place, to stop the fire
but it barned so rapidly that it was im
possible to check the fiames. Ther<
were sevent.een horses and mules ir
the stables of the barn, and these were
,all got out safely. The barn was I
- age and substantial two-story baild
ing. s must have cost five or six bug
*Ared.dollars. The origin of the firei
u .nknown. The colored man who feed
says he was not smoking when he wen
~tothe barn to fedKthehorses. Hefin
ished.feeding only a few minates befort
Lha e was seen.
The American Agriculturist
_ For September is to hand. It i;
- first-rate paper, very desirable for ft
2. mers. The subscription is $1.50 ayet
- All who send in their subscriptions
the 20th of September will get the 2d
riculturist for the remaining thr
months of this year and the whole
1883. Published by the Orange Jw
Company, 751 Broadway, New York
Best ever made, Emory's Little Cathart
re Pills, pleasant to take, sugar-coated; i
griping; only 15 cents a box. of Druggi:
or by mail. Standard Cure Co.. 114 Nass
Street. New York Jun. 1, 22-sm
c Eclectic Magazine.
- The September number of the Ecle
tic is at hand, and as a concession
- the season, perhaps, the greater numb
of its articles are of a readable and e
d tertaining character, though the mo
r solid dishes in the monthly spread
good things are not wholly omitted.
r very liberal in'talment is given of ti
ft3iuating sea story, 'The Lady Maui
s h} the author of 'The Wreck of ti
r Gro(venor.' The remaining articles
the table of contents are of a varied ac
d interesting character.
x Published by E. R. Pelton, 25 Bor
d Street, New York. Terms, $5 per yeu
- single copy, 45 cents; Trial subscri
j tin for three months, $1.
Dots from Schyn)pert's Mill.
o Crops are pretty fair.
t There is a good average ci op.
We need a few more candidates.
There is an epidemic of sore eyes i
Col. Lester is putting up an evapor
tor. We expect to make our oss
Dr. W. E. L:ke and N. W. Mye
a csgbt two grown red foxes one mor
ing last we; they had only six dog
it and they all pups at that.
' Mr, Y. C. Myers and Mr. Sampsc
Nichols are building bpdson;e r
. dences; there are many other buildin;
going up, and others talked of.
August 21, 1882.
Dr. Moffett's Teethina (Teethin
Powders) will cure your child. F<
h sale by all Druggists and Country Me
b chants. 50-ly
a The Silver Standard.
There is a firm in Savannah that a1
a sort of congress, passing bill to regi
ilate iprrency and exchange. The
first act of th season of 1882, was 1
make a one dollar note god for a fifi
dollar gold watch. It was done. The
next act was to make one dollar goc
for a sixty-five dollar sewing machini
This a.so became the law of the lan
Their third, to gpke effect Oct. 1, is 1
make one dollar good frr t plendi
seventy-five dollar Silver Tea Set, fs
- pieces, latest style, and lovely. Tt
way they do it is to give premium checl
to each new subscriber of the So'ther
Musical Jourral (Henry W. Clevelan<
editor), and then to gjve these treasurc
to the fortunate holder of t4e .4raw
number. The Journal is val uab:
alone. There is a picture of Mrs. Lani
try, the "Jersy Lily," in the Augu
number: fine editorial and miscellan;
e and the music is "The City Bells," t:
S "Flossie Waltz," and "Pure as snow.
Send for a free specimen copy, or set
your subscriptjpn at once to Ludden
Bates' Southern Muia House, Savai
nab, Ga. Only $1.00 foi- the jourpa
Iand a ticket in the Silver Tea Set.'
& A Cood Foundation.
In A mericau households the preva.xIi:
complaints arc weakness of the stomat
and its consequences, Indigestion, N'ervou
- ness,Reumatism. Such suff'erers can lay
a good foundation for he.'lth by using Pa
s ker's Gin zer Tonic as it tones up the at
- mach prnd nerves, and keeps the kidney
I acti~e t.o .aar;y of~ the foul matter.-N.(
Now you Have Him, and Now you Don't.
A candidate who was working ti
t upper boundary of our county the othi
i day, after having 'captured' a vote
placed in his hand a ballot, at th
same time expressing a wish thait b
-friend would not forget him on th
.day of the primary, 'What precini
do you vote at ?' asked the candidai
as they were about to sepa.rate
'Greenwood,' replied the vgter. An
I green would be the candidate to was'
F frther time on tbat man. He didn'
.The above is somewbat similar 'to
- joke that Judge Peterson tells on hin
a self, Before the war, while a candidai
for Tax Collector, he went to a barb<
cue, miuster, or some other big gathei
ing, below Pomaria, where he was
stranger, During the day he w:
s standing round feeling very lonel
.when a kind hearted voter approache
him, and said, You've got lots of frient
idown this way. This surprised th
.Judge no less than it pleased him. E
She asked the kind hearted .voter I
point out some of the parties that wel
going to vote for him. The k. h. v. a
ter looking over the crowd for somt
a time turned to the Judge and sait
s Well, I don't see any of 'em here; bt
- they are all for you over in Lexingtot
.It is a welt known fact that Rheumatisi
originates from a disordered or impure co:
dition of the blood. To relieve the systei
of these excruciating pains perumanentl;
you must purify the blood-root out ti
pison. S. S. S. is the only remedy know
tthat does this. Others rel-eve the pain ;
S. S., by renewing the blo,od, cures the dia
ease. Price, $1.00 and $'..75 per bottle.
Malaria. Chi Is and Fever, and Bilious a
tacks positively cured.wlth Emory's stai
dard Cure Pills--an infallible remedy: nem
er fail; to cure the most obstinate, Ion,
standingcases wlgere Quinine and all ot)
er remedies had faile$. They arc prepare
expressly for malarious section9, 1: eloubl
boxes, two kinds of Pills, containing
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. suga
coated; contains no Quinine or Mercur;
causing no griping or purging; they ai
mi"i and effcient. certaim in their actio
- and harmless in all oases; they effectual]
- leanse the system, and gi.ve new lire an
tone to the body. As a household remaed
they are unequaled. For L iver Complair
r their equal is not known; one box will has
a wonderful effect on the worst case. The
are used and prescribed by Physicians, an
sold by Drbggists everywhere, or sent t
mall, s5 and 50 cent boxes. Emory's Litt)
Catharec Pills, best ever made, only
Cents. Sta.ndrZl Cure Co., 114 Nassau Stree
New York.'-~~ J!.Tu1,22-Sm.
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for ren
for sale at this office.
Kendallrs Treatise on the Horse.
IThis valuable book is for sale at ti
HERALD Book Store, price only ?N ceni
for single copy, or five copies for $1.0(
This book tells.you what to do for you
horse when sick, and treats of every dit
- ease to which a horse is liable. Get
copy and save money and anxiety. .
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERA Ln BOOK~ STORE.
-The Columbia Register will he elui
bed with the HEAr. as follows: WeeA
Sly egster ;nd HERmALD $3.50, fir
Sweely Register and SSJrIty $5, Dail
-egister and HEALr. $816
SThe Weekly, Yeomar. and HERALD I
Population of Newberry County for Near
i a ly a Century Past.
ir- The population of this County was in
ir. 1790. 9.342; in 1800, 12,006; in 1810,
by 13,964; in 1820. 16,104; in 1830. 17.
g- 441; in 1840. 18.350; in 1850. 26.148;
ee in 1860, 20,879; in 1870, 20,775; in
of 1880, 26,497. The above figures are
Id obtained from tbo census reports. Our
population has not increased as rapidly
as that of most Counties. Abbeville,
'e for instance, which in 1790 had a popu
t lation of 9,197, now has 40,815; and
au Spartanhurg, wbieb in 1790 had 8.800,
now has 40,409.
Editors as Candidates.
The following extracts go to confirm
our position that an editor should kcep
er out of polities:
From the Abbeville Medium.
W .e will not have our wind distracted
A with polities in future and will devote
e ourselves especially to adding interest
I to the columns of the Medium.
From the Laurensville Ilerald.
In We trust our friends will bear with
d all our shortcomings for this and next
week, as being one of the "cand'dates"
Ld we bave uecessrrily to be on the go.
r; When the primary is over we rill try
and do better-if we survive it.
Picnic at Tranquil.
The Sunday Schools of Tranquil
Church and Tramwood united together
Saturday in a very delightful picnic at
the Prst named place. There was a
large attendance pf both old and young.
The dinner, according to the 0erk, who
is a competent judge, was excellent.
In the morning speeches were made by
- Mr. Hayne Chalmers, Dr. J. Wm.
,n Folk and Mr. E. P. Chal;ners, and the
afternoon was spent in singirg the
sweet songs of Zion and in social con
verse. The day passed off most pleas
- antly, and nothing occurred to mar the
s, happiness of the occasion-there were
no candidates present.
- C. P. Pelham, of Lancaster, Accused of
s gbbing the Mails.
The Greenvillp .ieys of yesterday
contains the following, in reference to
the trial of C. P. Pelham, Esq., of Lan.
g caster, charged with robbing the mails.
)r The trial began day before yesterday.
r- The friends of Mr. Pelham, who is
highly connected in this State, and who
bears an excellent character, ask a sus
pension of the public judgment until
-e the evidence ;s all in. They promise
- to prove before the termination of the
r ease the existence of one of the most
O monstrous and remarkable conspiracies
' and persecutions against Mr. Pelham,
d recorded in the history of crimes.
Illustrated Bible Le'cture and Stereopti
. con Exhibition !
,o Mr. Wm. R. Hunter will Lectere on
d the Bible with beautiful pictures illus
'e trating ;cripWre uistory, this Thursday
e evening, 24th Inst.', at 8.36 o?clock, in
s the Thespian Hall. Admittance 20
n cents; ehildren un.er 14 years, 10 cents.
I, Doors open at 7.30 o'clock. Children
>s will occupy front seats. Seats reserved
n for ladies. Procure Tickets at the Door.
le Any one, otd c' .young. answering a
' certain question, will' 'receive a Gilt
st Edged Bible, Any child answering an
F. other question, will get a Gilt Edged
" "The Children's Friend" hopes to be
d greeted with a large audience, as at his
& Free Lectures. If the weather is too
1- unfavorable at the hour will exhibit
1, next night.
"Mr. Hunter gave an Illustrated Lec
ture'at the Baptist Church last night,
and we wishi all the pgents and chil
g dren in the city cotld have beard him.
h He has the happy fscalty of riveting at
; tention from first to last."-14yncilurg
a Republican. 1t.
>- Pomaria Items.
s There is a considerable amount of
-. chills and fever a few miles above us.
Gen. Henry Koon has been quite ill
but is improving.
The fleecy atapie is opening on every
e haud and our farmers are beginning to
~pick. Crops generally in this section
are better than they have been for years.
Political matters are quiet with us so
eS far, and we hope to remain so. There
twill be a huge first class barbecue at
eMr. Jacob Hipp's on the 2nd day of
September, at which we expect to see
call the candids.tes. We would like to
e "shake" with a few of our dear breth
ren on that day.
Pomaria is growing. Mr. David
a Hipp has purchased a lot from Mr. T.
- W. Holloway and is building a store
e house thereon. We want soon to swell
y to the proportions of a town. Natural
-ly a nice location, and with handsome
a residences and streets well laid out,
a we could boast of one of the prettiest
y country towns in the State.
d Aug. 21, '82. PoxnRIA.
e Clavton on the Situation.
SJ. C. H., Columbia perrespondent of
a the News and Courier, says;
e I am permitted to make use of a let
-ter received by the Hon, James N. Lips
e comb, the Demnooratic nomineo for See
retary of State, from Thomas J. Clay
' ton, of Newberry. Clayton is a colored
Sman, and has always been- a leading
*Republican in Newberry Couniy. In
n 1876 he was elected Clerk of the Court
i for Newberry on the Republican ticket,
n and was turned out of office because he
r, could not give th.e reQuisite bond. In
e his letter to Col. Lipse'omb, d4ted 4.ng
n ust 12, Clayton says:
-. "It is with pleasure I congratulate
Syou on your nomination, Your ticket
is a good one and will be heartily sup
.ported by my people. In the event
-. you should need me during the cam
paign other than here I a'n ready to do
. all I can for your ticket on or off the
a* "The nominees for Governor and
e Lieutenant-Governor could not be bet
"ter and they will get strong support
n from colored men in the State. You,
v while Senator. was regarded by zpy
Speople as a good and fair gentleman,
tr non-oppressive. They will support you
e strongly notwithstanding other candi
r' J. C. H. is mistaken as to Clayton's
Shaving "always been a leading Repub
, licain in New berry County." He came
to this County in 1875 from Georgia.
In 1878 he voted the Democratic ticket
'-a't feast we pr.esume so, for he voted
at the Dem~ocratio prina'ries in 1880,
and we presuime that bevoted the Dem'.
ocratic tick"t at the regular election
e that year. Clayton held a position as
s porter during the sessionl of the last
. Jpgislature. Taking all the facts to
r gether Ciaytor. appears to be more of a
i Democrat than a Republican. iMy "my
a people" Clayton refers to the colored
people. He is a colored man of con
.siderable intelligence, and is a good
MONROE,N. C. Sept. 29, 1881.
i Capt. James F Johns,to, Charlotte , C.:
-- DEARu SIA-This is to certify that my
- Bay State' Boiler and Engine-a 12
y horse power stationary-is just as good
and works as well in every respect as
t f could ask for. Yours truly,~
- gpgIW4. JEY.
Various and all About
Cotton is opening rapidly.
The circus is beading this way.
Don't forget the 7th of September.
The number of candidates is increa,
The candidates this week are on
There was a ball at the Skating Rin
Mr. F. Werher, Sr., has be cn very it
but is better.
Preaching Sunday night at the Met7
Onas' commuinication came too lat
for this issue.
Three colored people died in or nea
town Tuesday night.
Mr. .no. L. Ramage is recoverin;
from a severe spell of fever.
Rev. Luther Broaddus is recoverinj
from a severe spell of sickness.
Maurice Gantt has moved into tb
barber shop next the Post Office.
The Fall Session of Newherry Colleg
will open the ud (lay of Qctober.
A colored man named Arthur Bin
ford died at Helena Friday night,
There is a largo area planted in pea.
this ear, and the crop is very fine.
The indications are that the cottot
market will open with good prices.
Quarterly Conference at the Meth
odi4t Church Swturday an'] S'inday.
The Coupcil of Prosperity has put thi
streets of that town in tine condition.
A colored hotie servant at Mrs. Y
J. Pope's died Monday of congestion.
Mt. Zion Church at Silver Street is
being repainted by Mr. Carl Wagner.
Attention is invited to the advertise.
ment of the South Carolina University
Rust is appearing in cotton in severa
localities. but not to an alarming exten
Thanks to Mr. Jno. Alexander, o
Columbia, for copies of late Anstraliar
Parties giving pay barbecues shoui
let the public know it by advertising
There is a great derl of sicknes;
throughout theCounty, principalTychilli
The HERALD is under obligations tc
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon for some fin(
A protracted meeting is going or
this week at Zion Methodist Charcb
Mr. W. D. Hardy has been quite sici
and confined to his bed jor the pas
week or ten days.
Ex-Lt.-Gov. A. J. Ransier, colored
died in Charleston County the 17th in
Mr. David Pitts, of the Trinity sec
tion, is hauling lumber to build a dwell:
ing.house for himself.
A liberal and judicious use of quinin(
and prudence in. diet will prevent f
good deal of sickness.
The Managers for the Primary Elec.
ion have not been appointed yet, but
will be in a few days.
A colored brass band came up yes.
erday from Columbia and played al
he Skating Rink last night.
Thos. D. Davis, colored, brought ut
an apple last week that mneasured thir
een 'inchbes around each way.
Mr. Jno. S. Fair made a 40-gallon
arrel of Kraut Tuesday out of sixty
ive cabbage heads. Hie has the finesl
abbages we have seen this year.
The cotton season will open late thiu
ear. Last year new cotton was solc
in Newberry the 16th of August.
Mr. L. M. Speers went up to Green.
rille last week to deliver the granite
for the new Presbyterian Church.
Mr. W. E. Higgins has been quite i I
f bilious fever in town for the pasi
week. He was able to go home Tues.
Mr. Wmn. R. Hunter, who calls him.
self the "Children's friend," hq~s beet
ecturing in Newberry for the past
The Hampton County Democrats will
ominate their Trial Justices, as well
s other County officers, by primary
The only iron preparation that doet
nt color the teeth, and will not cause
eadache or constipation, as. other iron
preparations will, is .Brown's tron Bit:
Messrs. Christian & Smith expected
o get a big hay crop from their stubble
ed beyond the College; but wormst
ave eaten nearly every blade of grasi
The delegates leave to-day for An.
erson to at tend the Congressional Nom'
nating Convention which meets to
orrow. Aiken will be nominated:
here is no other candidate.
A new engine-the old "13," thor
ughly repaired at the C. C. & A. Shopt
n Columbia-was put on the Laurent
Rail Road Saturday. The Laurens en
ine has been taken to the Shops for at
Tbe office of County Commissioner is
ore sought after than any other. The
efeated candidates for that office will
ave plenty of company; but whoever
hall be beaten for the Legislature will
The protracted meeting at Bush Rivet
hurch closed last Saturday. Eight
prsons joined the church. There will
e services at ;h.e chureh next Saturday,
ad those who joined during the meet
ng will be baptized.
Prosperity is a "dry" town, but there
was a good deal of the ardent afioat
here Saturday, and some of the yeo
:anry took a little too much aboard.
But, on the whole, good order preva
d throughout, the day.
Col. R V. Gist will give a big barbe.
:npa; Maj. Wadlington's August
3st. A large crowd is expecteu, ano
verything will be done to mnake- the
.ay a pleasant one to the candidates
nd the rest of mankind..
Shack Caldwell was hanged in Gal.
eston, Texas, Friday for killing a man
who refused to pay him two dollars thai
e owed him. But our delinquent sub
sribers should remember that this i;
nt Te;as, and that Shack was not ar;
At the Skating Rink Friday night e
pair of skates was offered to the lad.3
receiving the highest number of .votet
from those present; and a pair to the
entleman receiving the highest -num
er. Miss Bessie Wheeler and Mr. E.
M. Evans got the skaies.
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles BROwr's
IRON BrrTERs is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease,
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Md., May 7, 188o.
My health was much shattered by
Rheumatism when I commenced
taking Brown's Iron Bitters and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my daily household duties.
I am now using the thirdbottle and I
am regaining strength daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of it. Mrs. Mar E. Bsaswza,
Kidney Disease Cured,
- . thristiansburg, Va.,r88r. .
Suffering from kidney disease,
from which I could get no relief, I
tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet feve,
had no appeti:e and did not seem to
he able to eat at alL I gave him Iron
sitters with the happiest results,
J. KILS MOrTAGUS.
Vine St., Harrisburg, Pa.
Dec. a, r88r.
After trying differnt physicians
and many remedies fc: palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit. I was advised totry Brown's
Iron Bitters. I have used two bot
ties 'and 'never fdord aryhirig tha
gve me so much relief
Mrs. JvtNa HESS.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subjet, BRowN's IRON
BrrrERS is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine,
I will sell, at private sale, all that trac
of laud in Newberry County, coutainin
FOUR HUNDRED ACRES, seven and
half miles North of Newberry, owned b
me as Trustee. If not sold sooner, I wi
sell the same at public outcry at Newberr
C. H., S. C., to the highest bidder, on Sali
day in November next. Terms made know
on day of sale.
G. W. GLENN, Trustee, &c.
July 10, 1882. 28-12
We want a limited number of active, e:1
ergetic canvassers to engage in a pleasar
and profitable business. Good men Wi
find this a rare chance
TO MAKE MONEY.
Such will please answer this advertis4
mernt by letter, enclosing stamp for repil
stating what business they have been er
gaged in. None but those who mean bus
nesnedapgLEY, HARVEY & Co.,
Nov. 17, 18S0-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
prowing Sugar Cane and in need of
CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS,
will find it to their interest to call on mn
before making purchases,-as I am agent fc
one of the cheapest and best Factoriesi
S. P. BOOZER.
July 19, 29-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CARO4INA
COUNTY OF GREEN VILLE.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
S. J. Douthit, Master, Plaintiff, againi
Thomas S. Moorman er al., Defendants.
Complaint for Relief.
By virtue of an order made in th6 abov
enttled cause, all persons having claim
against the estate of Reuben S. Chicle, de
ceasedl, are required to establish the sam
before me on or by the 4th day of Octobe
next, or be barred.
S. J. DOUTHIT, Master.
July 26, 1882. 30-5t.
The subscriber is the agent for the fo:
lowing Agricultural Machines, viz.:
M'CORMIGK'S HARVESTING -MACHINE,
THE GREGG & CO, REAPER,
MEADOW KING MOWER~AND RAKES, C,
The above named mnachines have th
very best testimnonials, and are warrante,
to do their work in the best manner.
Parties wishing to see me can do so ever
Saturday. I have had six years experienc
with these Machines and will show hoi
they are run. Mr T. 0. Pool will atten
to sales during my absence.
FRED. A. SCIIUMPERT.
Mar. 9, 10-6m*
Obtained, and all business in the U. S. Pal
ent Office, attended to for MoDEEA.TE FEEs.
Qur ofice is opposite the U. S. Patent 01
fi , and we c an obtain patents in less timi
than those remote from WAsmGTON.
Send MODEL OR DRAWING. We advise a
to patentability free of charge; and w
make No CHARGE UNLEsS WE UBTAIN PA1
We refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
Supt. of Money Order Div.. and to official
o the U. S. Patent Office. For circul ar, ad
vice, terms, and reference to actual client
in your own State, or County, adldress
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
OPPoSITE PATEN.T OFyICE,
.41. 20, ".0-nr WrASlINGTON. D. C
~Sa week in your own town. e5 Ontfi
free. NO risk. Every_thing new. Cat
ital not required. We will furnis:
you everything. Many are makini
fortunes. Idies make as much as men, an<
boys and gurls make great pay. Reader,i
you want a business at which you can mak
great pay all the time you work, write-fo
riuasto Hi. HALLEIT &t Co., Portland
Any Book or Artich
In the Stationery Line
NOT IN -STOCK,
Wili be ordered and furnished at publisheri
or manufacturers' regular retail price.
Leave your orders at the
HERALD STATIONERY STORE.
Jan. 2, 1-tf.
$2,000 in silver was sent from the
Newberry National Bank to Pelzer Fac
tory to pay off the hands Tuesday. A
colored man carried the money from
the Bank to the depot in a bag, and it
was a pretty good load for him-it
weighed over one hundred pounds.
"It is me," or "It is I"-whicb is cor
rect? This is the question which is
agitating the Normal Institute,-Colum
aia Register. Then the Normal Insti
tute must be very eaTily agitated. After
the agitation has sufficiently snhsicded
we propose that they take up the ful
lowing: Is it correct to say, Please pass
me them molasses?
A party in Anderson Counts' sent the
HERALD an ad. of some kind of In-ti
tute, which he asks be inserted free.
r He eharges $6 per scholar, and I is In
stitute is not a matter of public interest.
Should we ccmply with such regnests
as that we would have very little room
for anything else-and then we never
could expect to be millionaires.
We have been asked why we do not
report the speeches of the candidates.
There are two reasons; first, we cannot
report them in full, there are so many;
and a partiai report might be, or ap
I pear to be, unfair to some candidate;
and secondly and chiefly, no issues are
- being discussed, and nothing is said
that would be of sufilcient interest to
the pnblic. The only object of the.
speaking is to enable the voters to see
an<l judge what manner of men are
asking for their sttffrages.
Col. Dogan, of the Register, paid us
a visit last week.
Dr. W. K. Griffin, of Greenville, was
in town last week.
Mr. Jno. W. Montgomery returned
Monday from New York.
Mrs. C. Mower left Tuesday for New
York and other Northern markets.
Mr. R. H. Wright left Tuesday for
the Northern markets to buy goods.
School Commissioner ioozer attended
a meeting of the School Commissioners
of the State in Columbia last week.
Mr. Jno. R. Mathis is telegraph op
erator on Material Train No. 3, run
ning on the upper end of the C. S u,
Mr. L. R. Marshall, of Columbia, was
in town the past week selling cigars of
his own manufacture. Re makes a
good cigar, and he struck a good trade
Miss Mattie C. Steck, daughter of
Dr. J. Steck, of. Newberry, has been
elected by the Trustees of Prosperity
High Sebool. 2nd Aseistant Teacher in
that Institution. She has accepted the
NEWBERRT, S. C., Aug. 23, 1882.
Ordi ary..................10 a10o
d Ordinary. .............10al0I
Middling .........................11 allt
Good Middling .....................11fa11l
Newberry Prices Current.
CORRECTED wEEKLY -
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders. Prime New... a
Shoulders. Sugar Cured....
SidesC.R., New....... a 17
DRY SA LTED MEATS-~
Shoulders, New.............. 10
Sides, C. R., New...........as 16
Sides, Long Clear........... a 16
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
Lear, in Tierces........... 18
Leaf, in Buckets..........I1
New Orleans.............. 10
New Orleans Syrup. 85
New Orleans Molasses. 50
EA Sugar House Molasses. 40
Roasted or Parched...25
Best Rio................ 20n
Good Rio.............. 1620
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted................. ... 1.36
SOAP.'.......................... Qa 10
STARCH........................ 6a 12
STAR CANDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per bbl................ 8.00a10.00
PEARL HOIN.................. 4
CANDY... ..................... 20
CONCENTRATED LYE.......... 10
ENGLISH SODA................. 10
HORSFORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER... 35
AXLE GREASE............... .. 10
TOBACCO.................... 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg.. ...............0
ARROW TIES, per bunch........ 2 00
SPLICED ARROW TIES......... 125
RED CLOVE R SEED-per lb....20
RED OATS-per hu............. 35a
TIOTH Y HAY................... 1 75
WHEAT, per bu................1 15a 1325
SOUTH CAROLINA MILITARY
Will be re-established October 1st, 1882, fully
organized and equipped.
Col. 3. P. THOM .S, Supt.
PAY CADETS RECEIVED FROM ANY STATE,
But to secure admission, application must
be made in advance to
Gen. JOHN?SON HAGOOD,
Chairman Board of Visitors,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AF Address for proper forms. informna
tion, &c. Aug. 10, 32-4t.*
E. Rt. sTOREs. JOHN DORSEY.
ST8JKE8 & DORSEY,
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
July 20, 1882. 29-tf
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
a next 60 davs only.
Pial4 1 : a y $2 5.
w>)O icar,c.-- ly i !,3.ria'. 7 Oc
..ntantt" agr.: -.>t.r . :e'n l t.vesttj
ierpn'1 tit' dt t i4:: : - r:-- 1 E IIni. . " n . Q
1 1it rt. i ae! '. v-.v r it"rQ en t t.- -hsL}
I an' deli.ere.i - wri
,ol and B.ok. >riiy $245 0 _
-"y price. $.11.for 6u c:tyx olyi. This is- noW,
ltlt e i l mu i :t" . b! i. . : , e'el"et.- i ++tecess
your order at ones. )> no, lose this rare . '
-d. Pleae so-n-1 raference if you do not sentl
I be rt:fmt!li..1 "fri eigb, elharges paid by us i?
Several o-r spo."ial nrgaina: Pianos,
- ttisill pnrchau.er. Don'. fail to write us be
:ttalogu!e. tlaiicti Ir " , aivin;g the highest tes
,:rer. Every Pi:tno fully warranted for 5
:e of :,'u choice lu-ci of i,op:lar Musie-c
DELSSCHN PIANO CO.,
P. Q. Boa 2,063, NEW YORK CITY
~oul DIRAl 1TABLE
For the Next Sixty Days
WE WILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES &
In all Our Lines of
Our Bargain Table
Cont.iins several h. idred p"iece of CLOT -
ISG and other guo b whiea >iii be
Sold Without Regard to Cost.
Our Large Stock of
(WITH SHIIITS A SPECIALTY,)
Is offi-red at prices that cannot fail to
t We have in erch of onr lines some ODDS
AND ENDS which we are determined 4o
SELL OR GIVE AWAY.
( GOOD BARGAINS await any who can use
Come and s:e us, and we will tell you.-_
why we are selling so cheap.
WRIGHT& J, W, OPPOK.
Jun. 15, 24-tf.
HAS IN HIS SPRING STOCK OF
Cloths and Saitings,
Best of Tailor s
Mar 16, 11, tf.
WIOR THEIW I!
BASMOF SHARK'S OIL
Positively Restores the Hearing, and is the
Only Absolute Cure for Deafness Enown.
This Oil is abstracted from peculiar spe
cies of small WmfTE SHARK, caught .in the
Yellow Sea. known as CARCHA EODON
DELETE. Every Chinese fishe
It. Its virtues as a resto ern
were ciscovered by .a sabout n
the yea.r 1410. its ..a were so numerous
and many so S ...ngly miraculous, thatthe
remie"y ,ticially p)roclaimDed over the
en .. pire. Its use became so universal
that for over 300 years no Deafness has ex
isted among the Chinese people. Bent,
charges -prepaid, toanDy address at $1.00 per
Hear What the Deaf' Say '
IIt has performed a miracle in my ease.
I have no unerthy n'oises in my head
I have been greatly benefited.
-My deafness helped a great deal-think
another bottle will cure me.
"Its virtues are UNQUESTIONABLE and 'ite
CURATIvE CHARACTER ABSOLUTE, ASTE
WRITER CAN PERsoNALLY TESTIFY, BOTEv
FRO4 EXPERIENCE AND OBSERvATION. Write'
at once to BIAYI.OCK & .JENNEY7 Dey Street,
New York, enclosing $1.00, and you willre
ceive byreturn a remedy that will elable
you to hear like anybody else, andl whose i'
curative elfects will De permanent. You
will never regret doing so."-EDTOR OF
&- To avoid loss in the Mails, please sendl
money by REGIsTERED LETTER.
Only Imported by
(Late ILAYLOCK & CO.)
7 Dey St., Neli York.
SOLE AGENTS POR AMERICA. Jun. 8, 2%-1y
SPARTANDURO CO., 8. C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated Water .
ing Place respcctfuliy announce that it w;4
-he opened this Season on the 1st of Jone,
uder the sanme managetnent as last year
TERMS OF BOARD.
Per week...................12 00
- Per week for 3 weeks.... 1000
Per month.,.. ............. 30 00
Cottages to Rent-per tenementr-of ~
roomns-for the Season, 830 (0; Whol
Cottages-6 rooms-for the Seaso
g Special attention given to, sippan"
the Water. The Springs can be reached
from Spartanburg at lowest rates by IL.acks
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
. Jun. 1. 22-tf. Proprietors.
*TO MILL MEN,
And Others Usinz Mach[nery.
No. 1 Babbit Metal.
Wire Cloth for Sieves and Screens.,
Sheet, Square and Round Robber Pack
ing. Russia Hemp Packing.
One and one and a gouarter Rubber Hose
Best quality "uhber Belting, 2 to 8' in,
in stor"e any other size at short notte
BltAfooks and Lace Leather.
Golden Machinery Oil.
Oil Cans, Zinc Oil'rsa, S&rew Wreehs
'&c. All at lowest market rutes,-at
S. P. BOOZER'
Cand Offer for th
$850 Square Grand
P!1r 3TILC32' aves~ uIl patet
IAND ST:YLE 3o.tpeec:(tk
scale beantittt carvedt legs and1 Y.V. heav
iron frant"". T:renit Grand Action. Grand Ii
can a way end to.the ertecion ofth
,Ct (ur- price for this instrument. bw0
cars at N(ew York. with tne Piano Cover. S
Just reduced from our late wholesale. facts
by tar, the greatest l)arga.in ever us,',--redt
Trentendors demand for this sty le! Send
Thp liano will be sent on 15 days test t
money- with orde-r. Cash sent wit), or l."r v,
both ways if Pi:ano iQ no j;is as rith. t"le
$1IO up. Over 15.050 in use. and not o!e dtis
fore huying. landsome Illustrate,d Piano I
titnonials ever awarded any piano muanut:
SHEET MUSIC at one-third price. Catat
sent for i:. stamp.
Dry Goods and .Xotions.
S E W
SIII& AID SNi
SILKS and SATINS,
1PAIN AND Y ! 1 I,1
1 cent per yard and upwards.
LI&I', IIS88S AND (WILDEN'S
Er Call and Exanine
Polite and courteous attention given to
-every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
BEN I. 0LHNI & 00,
Mar. 30, 1S-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WAT1IES AND JEWVELRY
-At the lNew Store on Hotel Lot.
I have now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STEH~?GS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CABEE,
WEDDINS AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDL.ESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply t.nd with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock iand prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
Election is Over.
Now go and he-tr the votes counted at
CLARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Works that have ever been exhibited in
Newberry, are on exhibition. And while
there sit for your picture, and take to your
homes some of their superior photographs.
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
go ere it is too late.
Mr. W. H. Clark feels confident, afte- an
experience of fifte.:n years, that he can
produce a class oi work that will please
Iand give perfect satisfaction.
Copying old pictures and enlarging to
any desired side, also reducing to the
smailest, a specialty.
For style and quality of work, refers to
the editor of this paper.
CL ARK BRO'S.
Nov. 10. 46-tf.
JAMES Y. oUL.BREATH.i w. ERNEST MERCgANT.
CULBREATH & MERCHANT,
Attorneys - at -Law,
NEWBERRY, S. Q.
\Will practice in the State an-i Fed
aaCodrts. ' Aug. 10, 39.-6a,