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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1882.
[ISEx TO \EW ADVERTIsEMENTS.
J. E. Brown-Lost..
Wm. M. Werts-Notice.
Felix D. Graham-A Card.
S. H. Barrett & Co.'s Circus.
D. V. Scurry-German Carp.
Ben H. Cline & Co.-Grand Fall Opening.
J. P. Kennedy-Due West Female College.
Juo. W. Taylor-Attention! Newberry
Many Friends-Dr. J. O. Dickert for Coun
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reaa (10 Spruce St.,) wuere advertising con
tracts may be uade for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Otis Bernbardt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. T. Caldwell, of Newberry. died
Saturday, 2nd instant, of congestion, in
the eig*th year of his age.
Mr. J. R. Graham, a native and for
mer citizen of this County, died at Wit
liamston recently, in his 29th year, leav
ing a wife and four children.
Albert C. Garlington, Jr.. familiarly
known as "Cbris.," son of Gen. A. C.
Garl#ngton, died at his father's resi
dence near Saluda Old Town Sunday,
Sd instant, in the fifteenth year of his
age, of congestion. He was sick only
Rev. Z. W. B"denbaugh will preach
at St. Matthew's next Sunday, 10th
The best Tonic and Appetizer in use
Fant's Calasaya Bark and Iron. Try
The barbecue at Mr. J. J. Hipp's
Saturday proved a very pleasant occa
sion for the people and the candidates.
The dinner was all that the most. fas
tidious conld desire. The candidates
were called on for speeches. and re
sponded. making a good impression all
Will Be Sent Free.
Four beautiful Fancy Chromo Heads
to every one who is using, or has used,
Brown's Iron Bitters. Write, stating
disease for which medicine was takren,
benefits derived, &c., giving correct ad
d ress to Baows CHEMICAL CO., Balti
more, Md. -36-3t.
The County Commissioners have ac
cepted a' a public highway the road
leading from Col. Griffin's late resi
dence to Dr. D.orroh's.
A petition is being circulated, to be
- presented to the Board, asking for ai
puibHi6road from F. H. Dominick's to
- - )rs. John Satterw bite's.
Fant's Female Regulator cures all dis
easpeculiar to females. 35-tf
B. H. Cline & Co.,
Come out this week in a strong card
* that not only the voters but the women
and children also would do well to read
crefully and take heed to. Mr. Cline
has just returned from the Northern
markets, where he purchased.- a large
and elegant stock of dry goods, notions,
shoes, furnishing goods, etc. Give
them a call.
Beware of imitations.
-The delicate odor of Floreston Cologne
isentireiy n,ove-l. Look for signat.ure of
Hiscox & Co., N. Y., on each bot.ue.
So far the candidates have run the
race in good feeling. There has been
no bitterness and no recriminat'n
among the candidates. They have de
ported themselves with becoming dig
nity and fairness toward each other;
and have resorted to no underhand ad
vantage. All want to be elected, of
course; but the defeated ones will take
their defeat in good spirit, and will do
Col. R. V. Gist's Barbecue
Last Thursday was attended by a
large number of the voters. The loca
tion was a pleasant one for spendmng
the day. The candidates held forth
from a stand erected for the occasion,
and the suffragers listened with appa
rent interest to the eloquence of the
speakers. Some of the speebes were
quite long, and all were in good taste.
Te barbecue dinner was tolerably
good, and was abundant.
The Cromer Barbecue.
The attend~ance at the barbecue at
Cromer's Store Friday, we understand,
was small. The candidates were out
in full force, however, and made them
selves agreeable. Some of the candi
dates got through electioneering by the
middle of the day and left for ne w pas
tures. The dinner was excellent. The
Cromer Township voters do not make
a great deal of fuss; but they always do
their full duty in the campaigns, and
will turn out in large numbers the 7th.
A True Tale.
Two candidates on the still hunt
stopped last week at a house in No. 8
to spend the night. There were two
voters on the place, whbom we shall call
A. and B. A-retired early. Waking
up in the night, and finding, as he
thought, B. (but in reality one of the
eandidates), in the bed with him,-he
said to him, Well, what do you think
of our candidates? The candidate said
be didn't know, and asked A what he
thought. A said, "They talk about
making a good run, but, between you
and me, thoy won't get as far as from
here to the ginhouse. They'd a blank
sight better be at home at work, instead
wasting their time running about
rer the country." In the morning A
d out his mistake; but nothing was
... eiher side abonl it.
Edward George Keitt, M.D.
Died, of congestion, at the residence g
of Col. R. V. Gist, in Ne,wberry County,
S. C., Saturday, 2nd instant, Dr. E. G. tc
'Keitt, oldest son of Col. Ellison S. Keitt.
Dr. Keitt was born in Columbia, S. C..
February 22, 1855; graduated at Wof- fc
ford College in 1873, receiving the de
gree of Bachelor of Arts; and graduated in
in Medicine at the Baltimore Medical s
College March 1, 1881. Soon after
completing his course he located at Col.
R. V. Gist's, and began the practice of
Medicine. At the time of his death he s3
had secured a large practice, and had P
given promise of decided prcficiency in T
his profession, to which he was devoted.
He enjoyed the esteem and love of those
among whom he labored, and was high- m
lv respected wherever he was known. a
His kind and social disposition and his at
pleasant nanners won friends every
where. His body was buried Sunday t
at Bauskett Church by the Maybinton
Lodge of Masons, of which he was a
member, assisted by the Lodge from ni
Newberry. The funeral services were
conducted by. Rev. A. J. Stokes in the b
presence of a very large congregation. th
In his funeral address Mr. Stokes paid in
a discriminating and well-merited trib
ute to the deceased. He spoke of his u
intellectual. endowments and culture, o
the bright promise of his professional
life, the kindliness of his nature, and
his devotion to that which he had chosen n
as his life-work. Dr. Keitt fell a mar- p
tyr to his sense of duty. When he re
sponded to his last professional call he A
was ill, and he said to a friend: 'My to
services are needed, and I will go; t
thounh in going I sign my death war
The death of Dr. Keitt is a serious
loss to the community in which he lived a
and labored. - at
If you will use a bottle of Dr. Fant's sit
Chill Cure you will shake no more. 35tf w
The Agricultural Society,
Or Joint Stock Company-whichever
it may be called-met in the Court s.
House Mondar, Geo. S. Mower in the
chair. The following additional shares
were subseci ibed: R. A. Welch 1, Dr. J,
Wn. Folk 1. W. H. Eddy 1, Win. C. all
Switt^nberg 1, W. W. Riser 1, G. B. hit
Reagin 2, Jno. A. Cromer 1, Mrs. Jno.
A. Crorner 2, Michael Werts 1. J. C. t
B'tnks 1. I). S. Conwill 1.. Dr. A. F. b
Langford 3, R. T. C. Hunter 1. Rev. J.
C. Boyd 1. Jas. S. Spearman 1. J. B.
Reagin 2. C. W. Bishop 1, H. S. N. -'h
Crosson 1, T. F. Greneker 1. S. A. Hun- c
tor 1, E. S. Werts 1, Win. M. Werts 1. ,
,The committees were continued; and int
the next meeting will be held Sale-day gi
in October. . "t
Miss Nora Cofield's School for boys ut,
will be opened on the 13th Sept., in the r
Male Academy. A full attendance is ?1
hoped for, and the promise is made that is
close attention will be given to their so
studies. Terms moderate. 35-2t na
The S. C Presbytery
Of the Associate Reformed Church iy
will convene in the Prosperity Church
to-morrow morning. The opening ser- no
mon will be preached by Rev. R. F. m
Bradley, of Anderson, retiring Modera- in
tor. About twenty-five delegates will pC
be in attendance, composed-ofabout an rei
equal nquber of clergy and laymen. ra
Thbe session wijll coznti4ue through the in
The appointments for preaiching Suin- m
day morning are: Rev. U. G. Philips,
D.D., of Louisville, Ga.. at the Pros- tra
perity (Associate Reforued) Church in of
the morning. and Re '. W. M. Grier, j
D.D., of DueQ West, at the same Churehb e
in the afternoon. Rev. I1. T. Sloan, fer
D.D., of A bheville, will p)reac(h in the an
morniing at Grace (L':theran) Church. wo
STArFSyJiu1E, N. C.. Jan. 13. 1882. ti(
J. F, John..on, Esq. ; in
DEAlR Sii-The. 8-horse power Bay ro
State Engine we bough t of you laist tic
fall gives entire satisfaictio'n. Less than &
a half cord of wood runs it per day. mi
We know of no better engine in use
LONG & HOWARD.
per. J. F.L. s
The last horse that served with the
3d S. C. Regimnent of Infantry during re
the War, died last Friday night, the 1st
instant, at the advanced age of thirty
years. He entered the service the 13th se
day of April, 1861-over twenty-one
years ago. He was twice wounded. ful
His master was the gallant Col. Win.
D. Rutherford, who was killed at the
Battle of Strasburg, Va., Oct. 13. 1864. th
At the Reunion of the 3d Regiment at
Newberry in 1879, old Charley paraded gi
with the survivors, bearing the saddle
and bridle of his master, and led by
Gilbert C.oleman, colored, now deceas- r
ed, who waited on the mess at Regi- B~
mental Headquarters. On this occa
sion old Charley pranced like a colt hi
when the music of the brass band be- m
*During the Iast eight years of his life
old Charley was kindly cared;for by his T
owner, Mrs. Y. J. Pope, and was not tl
allowed to do any work.
His remains were buried; and a sum- la
pie shaft will be erected over the spot. hi
The survivors of the gallant 3d re
member old Charley well, and will be
pained to learn of his deatb, d
A Good Foundation.
In American households the prevailing di
complaints are weakness of the stomach ci
and its consequences, Indigestion, Nervous
ness,Rheumatism. Such sufferers can lay a s
good foundation for health by using Par
ke's Ginger Tonic as it tones up the sto- vi
mac'h and nerves, and keeps the kidney's
activ-e to carry off the foul mnatter.-N. 0.
Malaria, Chi Is and Fever, and Bilious at
tacks ositively cured with Emory's Stan- al
dlard Cre Pills-an infaljible remedy: nev
er fails to cure the most obstinate, long
standing eases whe:.c Quinine and all oth- si
er remedies had failed. They are preparcd fc
expressly for malariouis sections. mt double .
boxe.s, two kinds of Pills, containing a rI
trncahrtic and a chili breaker, sugar
cote; ontatins no Quinine or Mercury,
causing no griping or purging; they are to
mih I and efficient, certaim in their action
and harmless in all cases; they effectually h
cleanse the system1, and give new life and fil
tone to the body. As a houtsehold remedy
they' are unequaled. For Liver Complaint
their equal is not known; one box will have
a wonderful effect on the worst case. T bey
are used and prescribed by Physicians, and be
sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent by
mail, 25 and ilo cent boxes. Emory's Little
Cathartic Pills, best ever made, only 15
Cents. standard Cure Co., 114 Nassan Street.
New York. Jun. 1, 22--sm. cl
Every person owning even a small gar- y
den spot should set out small fruits, and to
know when, how and what to plant send to
A. M. Purdy, Palmyca, N. Y., tor his cata- se
ogue, sent free to all applicants ; or 25 It
cents in stamps will get his 654page "Small g:
Fruit Instructor." He also publishes a 20
page monthly paper called "The Fruit Re
corder and Gottage Gardener," price $1 00
per year, or from this time to Dec., 1883, 0
only 81l.00. He sends a specimen copy free d
to all applicaDts. . 35-3t
Best ever made, Emory's Little Cathartc I
Pills, pleasant to take, sugar-coated; no 70
griping; only 15 cents a box, of Druggistsp
or by mail. Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau1
i.r.. NOW Yomk Jun. 1, m-8m.o
Prof. Pifer is home again from Vir- i
Mr. N. G. Gonzales, of the Charles
ID News and Courier, is in town.
Post Master Boone leaves Monday
r the North, to take a short vacation.
Misses Bennie and Lillian Scurry are t
town, the guests of Miss Mary
Col. I. G. McKissick, of Union, spent
onday night in town, and made a
eech to the Carolina Club in Thes
ne Rally To-day. t
The mounted men, under the com
and of W. W. Riser, Chief Marshal,
d his Assistant Marshals, will meet
the Fair Grounds this morning. <
arting from that point at 10 o'clock,
ey will march down Main Street to
e Public Square, where they will be
ined by the metn on foot and the car
ages containing the Speakers. The 5
ocession will then continue down :
ain Street to the Helena road, and up a
at to Cline's Grave, where the speak- s
a will take place.
The Eicelsior Band, colored, of Col- a
abia, will furnish the music for the t
The speakeh-s will be U. S. Senator v
. C. Batler, and the following State
>minees: H. S. Thompson, J. C. Shep
rd, James N. Lipscomb, J. P. Rich- d
dson and C. R. Miles, and D. Wyatt
ken, nominee for Congress.
The merchants will close their stores '
day from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. in or- ti
r to allow their clerks and theniselves S
opportunity to turn out. W. e
Should the meeting to-day be small, -
it probably will, the cause should be
tributed, not to indifference, but to
e fact that there is a great deal of
:kness throdghout the County, that
I keep many at home.
fHE NEWEST SHOW AND THE BIC
H. Barrett & Co.'s New UnitecLMonster
This newest as well as most colossal of
amusement enterprises will positively ex
)t at Newberry, on Sept. 29th.
It is the best advertised show that has
en announced bete. Not only are its
gbt and costly pictoriais displayed on
rv side, for miles around, a id its illus
ted newspaper and programmes scattered
e snow-flakes, but there is t. solid em
atic style in its manner of presenting its
.ims which commands attention and be.
is confidence. It is conspicious for not
lulging in the stale, dishonest "ag
egation," "alliance," "combination" and
velve-shows-in-one" clap-trap, which has
vays proved a delusion and a snare and
olves such prepesterous claims as to
erly discredit itself with all except the
eenest fools. On the contrary, itas"uunes
iy to be one new and great show, which
the best of reasons for be i:,ing it to be
Neither does it resort to manufactured
mes and purposely-mixed and vague get.
lities and figures in order to convey ti e
iodling impression that it has rare at.
ctions, which, in fact, have no honest ex
Its attractions are multifarious as well as
vel, and it is a niatter of surprise how
ny strictly new features can be crowded
a single exhibition. Zebras broken to
rform incredible feats, hurdle-leal ing
udeers. girrffes, harnessed to Rotnan
:ing chariots, Harriman's steam air ship
operation, man-sized riding cy noce pha
, elks harnessed tandem, ten funny clowns
simultaneous rivalry, high anid long-dis
ce dpuble eumprsaulc les.pers, peerless
ploits in the gyrmnasium, extraordinarily
ied thoroughbred horses, comical school
monkey comedians, monster living White
le Hippopotamus, extraordinary feats of
rulean strengt, des of masculine and
ninine intr-epidity, and, in fact, so great
array of novelties and .sur prises ' hat it
uld transcen,i the limits of a newspaper
ice to gir: the m a een the brii f et mne -
ni Tihe street parade is corui.surair
mgnit ude at d g.andeur wi'h the exhibi
n, arnd introdnees, among other at trac
nr, thirty Arabian camue!s, dectrated in
rich;est and most costly trap. i%s anid
nted by na:ive :daho~medla:;.
Dr. Moffett's Treethina (Teething
iwders) will cure your child. For
e by all D)raggists and Country Mer
ants. ______ 50-ly
rious and all About.
Cpt. J. N. Lipscomb has sent in his
signation as Trial Justice..
Cotton is suffering severely in inany
tions of the County with rust.
Next week's HERALD will contain the a
11 vote of the primaries the 12th. G
Mr. R. I. Stondemire has moved into N
e Webb house on CaId well Street. G
Thos. Davis, colored, has the Einest
Id of molasses cane in the County.
Dyspepsia, the bug-bear of epicn
ans, will be relieved by Brown's Iron
The friends of Dr. J. 0. Dickert i
ve brought him out for County Coin
To day will be a big day in NTewber
,and we hope the unterrified will turn
The Laurens County negro reported
st week as living with a portion of
a brain cut out has died.
The agony is nearly over with the i
ters; agony with some of the candi
stes will begin the 12th. ,
A negro boy abaut sixteen years old
ed at the guard house Thursday night
'something like epileptic fit.
Mr. AIf. Denson, of the Liberty Hall
etion, went down to Columbia Tues
ty to attend the Greenback State Con- ~
The schedule of the C. & G. R. R.
as changed Monday. The up train 'I
w arrives at 2.01, and the down train
The colored people will give a mu- (
al concert to-night in Thespian Hall
r the benefit of the colored Presbyte
The coming theatri3al seassorn is g-oing
,be a bulliant one. The Opera House
is already been engaged by severff 3
Solly Leaphart requests us to say
at Rev. F. R. Wallace, colored, has
ptized 200 members in the past year.
Mr. J. C. Butler, of Jalapai, is in
arge of a squad of hands on the
reen wood & La-urens R. R., near
nteroo, Laurens County.
Mr. D. Henry Wheeler has built a
ish and blind factory at Prosperity.
will be in the charge of Mr. Snell
rove, a first rate mechanic.
The Pickens Sentinelsays that "Capt."
*eo. S. Mower was elected Chairman,
F the Congressional Convention at An
arson. Good morning, Captain.
The salary of the Newberry Post Of
ce has been raised recently from $1,-.
0 to $1,800. Out of this sum the
'ost Master has to pay clerk hire and
Parties with perverted ideas of fun
ook Mr. Coppock's gates off the hinges
?riday night and tied them fast across 3
he foot-bridge. This is not legitimate
on: it is lawlessness.
The Republicans have been holding
>recinct meetings for the past week to
lect delegates to the County Conven
ion. A large meeting was held at
lannab Church, near the Croft place.
The colored Baptists are building a
rood fraine church near Bush River
hurch. The bnilding is nearly com
deted. The white people of that see
ion contributed very liberally towards
be building of the church. '
The County Republican Convention Q
vill meet to-morrow in the Court House P
o elect delegates to the Republican "
tate Convention, which me:ts in Col- -
mbia the 12th, and also to elect dele- t
;ates to the Congressional Convention.
Prof. James S.'Perrin left Abbeville
esterday to resume charge of the Pros- e
erity High School, where he taught so
ceptably last year. He has been
pending his vacation among relatives, t
lends and sweethearts in Abbeville,
nd n w goes back to the discharge of ,
ie duties of his chosen profession. C
.ong life and happiness to him.-Abbe- e
ille Press and Banner, 30th uld
It is a well known fact that Rheumatism .
riginates from a disordered or impure con
ition of the blood. To relieve the.system u
I these excruciating pains permanently, ai
Du must puri!y the blood-root out the
)i:on. S. S. S. is the only remedy known
at does this. Others relieve the pain ; S.
. S., by renewing the blood, cures the dis
te Price, i1 00 and *1.75 per bottle.
'of the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is sim-- o
ply this: It is the best Iroi h
preparation ever made; is h
scientific, chemical and it
medicinal principles, and J
does just what is claimed for -
it-no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid i
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the s
system, healing, purifying b
and strengthening. Corn- '
rnenc+ng at the foundatior
it builds up and restores lost d
health-in no other way ca' i
lasting benefit be obtained,
pDearbornAve., Chicago, Nov. 7.
I have been a great sufferer from -
dys a in its worst form. Nearly
ever* I ate gave me distress,
and I could eat butlittle. Ihave o
taken the prescriptions of a dozen -
physicians, butgot no relief until I
took Brown's Iron Bitters. I feel
none of the old troubles, and am a
new man. I am getting much l
atronger, and feel first-rate. I am
a railroad egnr,and now make
my trips reual. I can not say nm
too much in prdlof your wonder- ..
ful medicine. D, C. MAcx.
BRoWNis IRoN BITTERmS C
does not contain whiskey a
or alcohol, and will not p
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation. e
It wilU cure dyspepsia, indi- '
gestion, heartburn, sleep
lessness, dizziness, nervous
debility, weakness, &c,
Use only Brown's Iron Btters made by ., d
odines and trade-mark on wrapper,
NEWBERRY, S. C., Sep. 6,.1882. o
rdinary.......................10 a101 t]
ood Ordinary..................10ta0f a
aw Middling...................1011 k
Good deraand. I
Newberry Prices Current.
y J. N. MARTIN & CO. 6
Shoulders, Prime New... a
Shoulders, Sugar Cured. ...r
Sides. C. R.. <ew............ a i v
>RY SALTEb MEATS
Shoulders, New......... 10 n
Sides, C. R., New........... a 16 tr
Sides, Long Clear........... a 16 v
Uncanvassed Hams........ 16 h
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
Leaf, in Tierces...... . 8 it
Leaf, in Buckets.......... 18
Powdered............... 16 C
Crushed.............".... 1sb s
Granulated Standard... 12ha
Coffee C..................... 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup. 856 t
New Orleans Molasses. 60 1:
Cuba Molasses...... 60 t
Sugar House Molasses. 40
Young Hyson............. 1.50 -
Roasted or Parched... 25
Best R.io.............. 20-.
Good Rio.............. 16s20
- Cider Vinegar....... 5
White Wine Vinegar 65
TAR CANDLES.................. 1
LO R p r b....... ..... al.0
~NGLSH ODA.......... 10 :
[ORSORDS BKIN PO 6. 12 1
EREASMIN......... ..... ...'
IAL(0 e....... 2.. 0
ONCE NG-AvD.LYE.... ........ ha 3
NGO LIESOD. e u..........2 - 00
R LFCD' AWKIENG.POWDE.. 126
XLED ORASE................... 1"
OBAc O.-........................ .6.a1.5
~'EAILS10er.m.... .............4..106 .~
NEDWCLOVER SED-prb.... C.
OR THE HOUSE OF EEPEESENTATIV
Mr. W. D. HARDY is hereby nominat
s a candidate for the House of Represen
ives, subject to the Primary Election.
Aug. :4, 34-tf.1
At the solicitatiou of Many Farmers a:
'riends, I anuounce myself as a candida
or the House of Representatives, s.ubje
o the Primary Election.
JACOB H. BOOZER.
Aug. 24, 34-tf.*
The many friends of Rev. J. A. SLIG
ominate him for a second term in i
[ouse of Reprsentatives, subject to L
ri'marr Election He has serv-.d the pw
le ftit,:fully and we- believe accpta'ly l
ast term, His experience in the Hon
-ill enable him to serve the citizens of h
ounty and State more advantageously
,e future. CITIZENS.
Aug. 17, 33-tf.*
Recognizing the necessity at this time
xperience coupled with ability in the leL
tion of this State, the friends of the Ho
-EORGE .JOHNSTONE hereby re-nomina
ir for a-seat in the House of Represent
ves, sul-j;'ct to the action of the voters
ie Primary El"cti.in. Mr. Johnstone
elI known to the people of hi9 nati
ounty, and therefore needs no words
ammendation at our hands.
' MANY VOTERS.
Aug. 17. 33-tf.*
Capt. 0. L. SCHUMPERT is respectful
ominated for a seat in the House of Repr
:tatires by MANY FRIENDi.
Aug. 17, 33-tf.
FOR COUNTY TEEASURER.
The friends of S. W. CANNON respec
il y nominate him as a suitable candida
ir he offi.-e of County Treasurer, subje
Aug. 31, 35-tf.* MANY FRIENDS.
The many friends of W. P. B. HARMO
ominate him as a candidate for the offii
f County Treasurer-subject to primal
ection. Aug. 17, 3:3-tf.*
The numerous supporWrs of Col. A. I
IHEELER, regarding his services, ir. w
d sacrifices f.ir the Democracy, promi
"ss and faithful discharge of duty as
ficer, and sound judgment accompanit
v honest principles, respectfully ntomina
n, for Treasurer of Newberry Count
ject to the rules of Primary Electio
elieving he will receive the support of n
erous friends, and 41 fellow-voters w
in us in saying he is
Aug. 17, 33-tf.* OUR CUOICE.
MEssas. EDITORS: Allow as to place
omination, subject to the primary electio
rr the office of County Treasurer one wl
well known in th"' County. We refer
ARTIN H. GARY. lie enlisted in tl
onfederate Army when a mere boy ar
rved hi, country faithfully until disablf
v the loss of an arm. We think wh<
ur County can, in peace, reward those wt
iffered in her defense during the days
ouble and adversity it should.certainly 1
one. Others, perhaps, equally meritorio,
our nominee, will be in the field, but v
ope the County will give him a hearl
ipport. MANY VOTERS.
Aug. 10, 32-tf.*
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
Mr J. C. S. BROWN is hereby notnin
od as a candidite for re-election to ti
flee of County Commissioner for Net
erry County- subject to the Primary Ele
O0n. Aug. 31, 35 -f
The friends of Mi. ANDREW J LI1
CGSTON nominate him for the ofli,:e
onuty Commissioner, subject to the Pi
ary Election. Aug. 24, .34-tf
Recognizing the tnecessity of jndiciol
istribution of Commissioners througho
ne County, and knowing the responsibili
f the office requires a man of intelligem
rd ability, amnd one ->f the greatest acecoi
atniments of these is miechanical expel
ace ; and also No. 9 deserves a Conmmi
oner to look af-er the lower part of tl
ounty, we there-fore nominate one of h
or: hlest song. .JAMES C. B tNKS, fi
Oilnty ~omaoism.i nmr, subj*'ct to Primal
lection. MANY FRIEND..
Aug. 24. .34 ; f*
Frien.ds of Mr. ANDREW J. KILGOE
ave prev ti'ed upon him to become a ei
idate for re-election to the office~ of Onun
omissiotner. Mr. Ki!gore 's servie.:s;
ounty Gonm'ssioner for the term abol
end'are a guarantee of his entire fitne
r the office. We therefore, rcspectful
oninate him as a candidate for re-electio
ibject tc the Primnary Election.
Aug. 24, 34- tI.
MEsSRs. EroRs: Please allow us
aminate Major JACOB EPTING for ti
ee of County Commissioner, subject:
me Primary Election. He has been trie
rd found worthy. The Major is wm
nown in the County to be a hard an
.ithful worker at whatever he undertake
ad will stick and hold to whatever he bi
ees to be right till the last button
ne. MANY FRIENDS.
Aug. 24, 34-tf.
MESSRs. EDJTOas: We regard the offic
SCounty Commiss:oner as one of the mo:
portant offices in the County, as the
ae virtually the disbursement of all ti
ublic funds, and should be filled by me
Sactivity, honesty and practical abilit
Te know of one who possesses all of tho
>quisites, and that or'e is Mr. J. D. SMIT I
le have seen Drayt. tried when nmen wel
at paid to do their duty ; he won the a,
iration' of his comrades and rendered ir
luable service to his country, to whim
is armless sleeve testifics. Now we kno
elected to the above ofiid% he will n<
nly do himself credit but will reflect cre
upon his County. We therefore norr
ate him wrTH CoYFIDENcE for the oflice
ounty Comnmissioner, subject to Primal
Aug. 17l, 33-tf.*
Recognizitng the fitness of Mr. H. CA.
ER WILSON for the office of Coun
ommissioner we hereby nominate him f!
at office, subject to the primary electio
elected he will discharge the duties
ne office faithfully and conscientiously.
Aug. 17, 33-tf.*
Would respectfully announce Mr. JOBI
.CROMER as a candidate for the abo
ffice-su ect to the Primary System.
Aug. Ef, 32-af.
FOR C0tiNTY AUDITOR.
Mss. EnTORos: As nominations are
rder, allow us to place in no+ination oi
'ho has been "weighed in the balance a:
ot found wanting.'' We refer to Maj.
.NANCE (the pre.sent incumbent) for t
ifice of Auditor The County for ti
eirs can find no Iault with hIs dealing
is fairnes< i-, as.noing has placed mal
b..mtndm .'d.iial dt'llars in the Coun
r.-urv. Thi.' was not b' undue taxatio
ut by m-qgal va,uation. Maj. Nance h
een an accommodating and efficient offic
ar two years; antd we have no hesitan,
r saying he deserves the office for thee
ning term. DEMOCR ATS.
Aug. 17, 33-tf.*
The friends of C. LONGSHO]
mlace him before the Democratic party
ewberry County for renomination att
pproaching Primary Etection. In doi
o they feel assured that his record as
oldier and a civil officer is a sufficient
Aug. 24, 24-If.
FOR SCHOOL COMffi IONER.
Mr. G. G. SALE is hereby announced as
:S. a candidate for the office of School t'om.
~-- missioner. Hi a vi ed .nou ; was
ed for a number of years a teacher in Common
Schools, and for two years Professor of
Mathematics in Newberry College ; he un
derstands school-teaching and school-work,
d and, as Achool Con.:i-sioner, cAuld do
te much to improve the schools of our Coon- P
et ty.- EDUCATION. s
Aug. 31, ?5-tf.' it
The Rev JAMES C BOYD is a-ir oinced
as a candid"re for School Commissioner, T
H subject to the Primary Election b:
This announcement is made at the earn- T
est solicitation of many friends of Mr li1yd, of
and believing him well qualified to fill that I
eC of.-, the ask for hiim a liber:: supirt. b<
Aug 24. 34 -tf." u r
s - MFSS. ErTo: If there has b.-en an
officer of this County who has done his
duty and his whole duty to he whol" peo- 8
ple, that officer is H. S. BOOZER, our ; res
ent School Commissioner of the County.
He occupies the same place in the affecrions
of the people of this County, as does his
?e superior in office, the Hon. Hugh S. Thump
son, in the affections of the people of this
State. They have both adopted the same
is line of polic'y, viz: the educarion of our
people, and we, the Teachers, will support
him with the same enthu,i.sm as we do our
present standard-bearer of the Democracy
for Governor. We therefore nominare Mr.
H. S. BOOZER for School Commissioner of
this County, subject to the Primary Sys
e- Aug. 17, 3:=tf."
FOR TUBGE OF PROBATE. er
_ The friends of t're Hon. JACOB B. FEL
t. LERS put him before the Democracy of
te Newberry Cottnty for nomination to the
c above named office at the approaching Pri
mary Election, and pledge him to at ide
the result. Aug. 17. 33-tf." M
- - Cl
y D. WYATT AIKEN t
ir We are authorized to announce Hon. D.
t- WYATT AIKEN a candidate for re-election
n to Congress. Jun. 29. 16.-tf. in
te - $f
R. . F. F-ANT
Wholesale and Retail
A DRUGGIST. f
n I would respectfully call the ate:nton of
0 my friends and patron3 to my co-nplete in
e DRUGS, o
FANCY TOILET 1RTffLE, H
is Having the largest stock in the County
't and selling at very close prices I ask a call
y and examination of my large stock. -
e I would also cail the attention of the 8
a- medical profession and public to my Pre
-i- scription Departmerat, which is under the
- supervision of Mr. J1. GARD.\ER, a thor
:e ough Pharmaecii-t We mrake a specialty of
er dispensing Physicians' Prescriptions at rea:
>r sonable prices.
S, F, F.A.NT, M. D.
The subscribrer is the agent for the fol-b
Slowing Agricultural Machines, viz.:
ly M'CORMICK'S HARVESTING MACHiNE,
THE GREGG & CO, REAPER,
- MEAOW KING MOWER AND RAKES, 4Ct 3
0 The above named machines have the
Svery best testimonials, and are warranted
dto do their work in tLe best manner. .
Il Par-ties wishing to see me.canr do so every
d Saturday. I have had six years experience of
with these Machines and will show how F(
* they are run. Mr T. 0. Pool will attend ha
to sales during my absence. m
FRED. K. SCHUM3PERT.'- C
- Mar. 9, 10-fm* da
n FOR SALE. T
e I will sell at private sale my plantation
I, of '!aree Hundred and Forty (340) Acres,
-e maore or less, lying in Township No. 8 of
I- Newberry County, near Beaverdum Creek,
i- and bounded by lands of Mrs Thos. M. er
h r'aysinger, F. Werber, Sr., I. H. Boulware at
w and Dr. D. A. Cannon. The land will be ~
>t sold in a body or divided into tracts to suit
I- purchasers Further information as to said
i-land catn be obtained from my brothiers Jno. m
af C . Goggans and Jas. K. P. Coggans.
-ELIZABETH S. HERBERT- ne
Aug. 24, $*-tf.
7 SPARTANBURG CO.,8S. C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated Water- m,
ing Place respectfully announce that it will t1
be opened this Season on the 1st of June,
- under the same management as last year. m
N TERMS OF BOARD.
re Per day.................... $ 2 00 Si
Per week....................12 0')01
Per week for 3 weeks.........10 00 it
- Per month....-.............30 00
Cottages to Rent-per tenement-of 3
rooms-for the Season, $30 00 ; Whole
in Cottages-6i rooms-for the Season, -
ad g Special attention given to shipping
. the Water. The Springs can be reached
te from Spartanburg at lowest rttes by Hacks. to
rSIMPSON & SIMPSON, b<
s : Jun. 1, 22--tf. Proprietors. Y
'y STATIt OF SOUTTH CAROLINA, '
a COUNTY OF NiEWBERRY.
e2IN COMMON PLEAS.
.Sarah K. Johnston and B-idd C. Mathews,
vs. Thos. M. Paysinger.
John P. Kinard vs. Same.
- The creditors of Thomas M. Payainger,
late Sheriff, in his offcial character, are re- it
- quired hereby "to appear and prove their
IE claims," respectively, hefore the Master,
of within three months from the date hereof it
he (to wit, on or before the twenty-first day
og of September, 1882,) or they will "be de
a barred of all rights in these proceedings."
riSIL AS JOENSTONE, Master. &
Master's Offce, 21 June, 1882.'
I !--m. o
Grand Offer for the i
$850 Square Grand Fi
IAND 3STYLE 31 Magniticentrosewo,
A STYLE 2 tatves. full patent ec
ale, beautiful carved legs and lyre. heavy s-1
on frame, French Grand Action. Grand Hati
LU in any way tend to the perfection of the i.::
A- Our price for this instrument, boxed
Irs at New York. with line Piano Cover. Stool
ist reduced from our late wholesale, factory l
r tar, the greatest bargain ever offered the i
-emendons demand for this style ! Send in y<
This Piano will be sent on 15 (lays test tria!.
oney with order. Cash sent with orsr-r will t
ith ways if Pi:tno is not just. s rep,o-"tePd.
6 up. Over 15,000 in use. and not onei tissat ib
re buying. Hiansone illustrated Piano Cata
nonials ever awarded any piano manufact-t
SHEET MUSIC at one-third price. Catalogue
nt for ;c. stamp.
Jun. 8, 2.t-ly.
MES T. CULBREATH.EW. EiNisr MEaCHANT.
CULBREATH & MERCHANT,
Lttorneys - at - Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
W" Will practice in the State an I Fed
al Courts. Aug 10, 42-6in.
OLJH CAI INA CO[tEGE
WILL OPEN OCTOBER 3d, 1882.
Courses of Study-General s-ience,
echanies and Engineering, Agriculture, I!
assical ':ourse, "Latin Course.
Partial Courses, in English Studies, S
actical Mathematics, Prac:ical Agricul.
Students adnittel to any Courne for
icb they are prepared.
Tuition Free. f
Annual Fee of $lit for repai'-. Roard,
private tamilies, from $12 to $l5 a
)nth. Excellent board in messes at from
to $lu. Eutire expenses need not ex
ed *125 ; ought not. to exe*ed $175.
For further inlormation, address
BENJAMIN SLOAN, A
Sec'y of Faculty,
Aug. 24, 31-1m. Columbia, S. C.
Vale and Female Academy.
I will on Monday next open a Male and a
smale School in Newberry.
imary Classes.,. $1 50 per Month.
terme,i aie Classes.. 2 no " " w
igher Glasses.......... 3 00 "
>ntingent expenses, 10 csuts "
Scholars will be prepared for the Sopho
re Class in College.
Instruction thorough in all studies.
Tuition rust be paid during the month,
more will be ch4rged.
Ample assistance will be provided. Hac- 6
g been engaged in teaching for years, I
ipe to be able to give satisfaction.
School will be taught in the Crawford
Duse. J. S. REID. Principal.
Aug. 16. 1882. 33 - 4t.
The next Session opens MONDAY, OCT.
Tuition f.)r nine mtonths, g5 to $57, ac- I
rding to ela-s.
Enti,e expenae including tuition, board,
.$l50.00) to $175.00.
Address, REV. G. W. HOLLAND,
Auog. 24, 34-6t. - President.
0U1TH CAROLINA MILITARY ~
ill be re-established October 1st, 18:1, fully
organised and equippe.1.
Col. ,T. P. THOM AS, Supt.
Y CADETS RECEIVED FROM ANY STATE,
But to secure auinnission, application must
made in advance to
- Gen. ,TOHNSON HAGOOD,
Chairman Boar-d of Visitors,
COLTUEBIA. S. C.
er Address for proper forms. informza
>n,&c. Aug. t0. :i-4t
I will sell, at private sale, all that tract
land in Newberry County, containing
)UR HUNDRED ACRES, seven and a
If miles North of Newberry, owned by '
Sas Trustee. If not sold sooner, I will
llthe same at public outcry at New berry
H., S. C.,- to the highest bidder, on Sale
,y in November next. Terms made known
day of sale.
G. W. GLENN, Trustee, &c.
July 10, 1882. 28-12t,
We want a limited number of active, en- -s
getic canvassers to engage in a pleasant
d profitable business. Good men will
d this a rare chanceI
TO MAKE MONEY. .
sch will please answer this advertise
nt by letter, enclosing stamp for reply,
rting what business they have been en
ged in. None but those who mean busi
as need app1y. Address Pi
F'LEY, HAEVEY & CO.,
Rov. 17,1880-47-2y. Atlanta, Ga.
>tained, and all business in the U, S. Pat- t
.t Offlce, attended to for MODERATE FEEs. aa
)ur office is opposite the U. S. Patent Of- a.
:e, and we ocan obtain patents in less time e
a thc,se remote from WAsmINGTON- tu
end 5I'DEL OR DRIAWING. We advise as is
patentability free.of charge; and we ci
ke No CHARGE UNLEss WE OBTAXs PAT- b
W'e refer, here, to the Postmaster, the
pt. of Money Order Div., and to officials
the U. S. Patent Office. For circul ar, ad
c, terms, and reference to actual clients
your own State, or County, address
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
OrrOSITE PATENT O'FFICE,
Jul. 20, 29-6m WASHINGTON, D. C.a
Sa week in your own town. $5 Ontfit C
free. No risk. Everything new. Cap- V
ital not required. We -will furnish
you everything. Many are making I
rtuncs. Ladies make as much as men. and
>ys and girls make. great pay. Reader, if'
u want a business at which you can make Y
-eat-pay all the time you work, write.for C
rticularS to Hi. HALLETT & Co., Portland, ~
TC? MILL MEN,
And Others Using Machinery.
No. 1 Babbit Metal. S
Wire Cloth for Sieves and Screens. -
Shet, square and Round Rubbe P'ack
g. Russia Hemp Packing.I
One and one and a quarter Rubber Hose.
Best quality Rubber Belting, 2 to. 6 itn.,
store, any other size at short notice.
Belt Hooks and Lace Leather.
Golden Machinery Oil. - .b
0il Cans, Zinc Oilers, Screw Wrenches,o
c. All at lowest market rates, at
S. P. BOOZER'S.
Ju. 1, 22-4a arwar Store.
9 PIANO CO.
ext 60 days only.
lano for only $45.
c aw, ele:..-itt ly i-ii.- L.:; s1.1ingi, 9
ta nte agrat--- Kur :,.-w patent overstrung
pentine an" 1argt ta:","y tnon ding; full
uers, in ft.ct. every litprovemert which.
trument, has been til :d.
tnt' dlelvered on boa,rd ~ A ff
and Book, only $241.00
rice, $?, for 60 days- oulv. This is now,
nusical p'tb;ic. U.tprecedented success!
ur order at once. Da not' lose this rare
Please send reference if yon do not send
e refunded and freight charges paid by:uas
ieveral other special Bargains- Pianos,
tied purchaser. D..n't fail to write us be
logue. mailed tree, giving the highest tes
-er. Every Piano fully warranted for 5
of 1,000 choice pieces of popular Music
ELSSOHN PIANO CO.,
P. 0. Box 2,058, JEW YORE CITY.
For the Next Sixty Days
VE WILL MAKE SPECIAL O
In'all Our Lines of
Our Bargain Table
Dntains several hundred pieces of OLOTH
rG and other goods which will be
old Without Regard to Coste
Our Large Stock of
(WITH SHIRTS A SPECIALTY,)
offered at prices that cannot fail to:
We have in each of our linea some ODDS
ND ENDS which we are determined -to
ELL OR GIVE AWAY.
C OD BARGAINS await any who can- use
Come t.d see us, and we will tell yoe
iy we are selling so cheap.
MIGHT & J.W. OPPOL
Jun. 15, 24-tf.
HAS IN HIS SPRING STOCK OF y
;tIths and Suitings'
Best of Tailors.
Mar 16~, 11, if.
Patches, Clocks, Jewel r*.
VAlEHE AND JEIEI
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I heve now on hand a large and elegant
ATCHES, CLOCKS, .JEWELRYJ
Silver and Plated Ware,
[LIN AND GUITAR STRIHGS,
SPECTACLR ASD SPECTACLE CAM,
WEDIG AID BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
atelmaking and Espafring
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and examine my stock and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-tf.
BALSAM OF SHARK'S OIL
uitvely Restores the Hearing, and is th
Only Absolute Cure for DafnsEnown.
This Oil ie abstracted from peculiar spe
es of small Warra SHARK, caught in the
ellow Sea, known as CARCHARODON RoN
i.LETn. Every Chinese fisherman knows.
Its virtues as a restorative of herg
ere discovered by aBuddhist Priestabu
e year 1410. its cures were so numerous
id many so seemingly miraculons, that the
~me*'y was officially proclaimed over the
itire Empire. its use became so universal
at for over 300 years no Deafness has ex
ted among the Chinese people. Sent,
arges prepaid, to any address at $1.00 per
lear What the Deaf Say?
It has performed a miracle in my case.
I have no unearthly noises in my head
id hoar much beiter.
I have been greatly benefited.
My deafness- helpe a great deal-thinkr
iother bottle will cure me.
"Its virtues are UNQU7ESTIONABELE and its
[RATIVE CHARACTER ABsOLUTE, AS THE
RITER CAN PERsoNALLY TESTIFY, BOTH
ROM EXPERIENCE AND O'assaRvaTION. Write
tonce to HAnLocK & JENEY7ey Steet,
ew York, enclosing $1.00, and you will re
*ive by return a remedy that will enable
o t o hear like anybody -else, and whose
.ratlve effects will De permanent. You
Ill never regret doing- so."--EDrrOE OF
Mr To avoid lossin the Mails, please send
ioney by REGisTERED LETTER.
Only Imported by
(Late ILAYLCK & Co.)4
7 DeY 8t, New Ydrk. _
)LE AGENTS FOR AXERICA. JUn. 8, 23-ly
Growing Sugar Cane and in need of
CANE MILLS AND,EVAPORATORS,
-iii find it to teir interest to call os e
efore makiggj purebake., as I am agent for
ne of the cheapesi-and best Factories in
July 19, 29-4t.