THOS. F. GRENEKER, D
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURS1DAY, OCT. 5, 1882
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect aFam
ily Newspaper, devoted to the material in
terests people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Terms, see 1.- t page.
The State Ticket.
IIUGH S. THOMPSON.
JOHN C. SHEPPARD.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE:
JAMES N. LIPSCOMB.
CHARLES RICHARDSON MILES.
W. E. STONEY.
FOR STATE TREASURER:
JOHN PETER RICHARDSON.
FOR ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR-GENERAL:
A. M. MANIGAULT.
FOR SUPERI-TENDENT OF EDUCATION:
FOR CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT:
D. WYATT AIKEN.
FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WILLIAM D. HARDY.
JEFFERSON A. SLIGH.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE:
JACOB B. FELLERS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:
ANDREW J. LIVINGSTON.
JOHN DRAYTON SMITH.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER:
JAMES C. BOYD.
EUCLYDUS C. LONGSHORE.
The Agricultural and Meehan
It is gratifying to be able to state
that the effort to form a joint stock
company in the interest of agricul
ture and mechanics has resulted in
a success. All the stock has been
taken, the officers have been chosen,
and the date of the first County
Fair under the new regime has been
fixed. The officers are men of en
terprise and business capacity, and
they will bring to the work the ben
efit of considerable experience in
such matters. They will profit by
the mistakes that made the late ag
ricultural society a failure, and will
adopt whatever good features it
possessed. The Fair this year will
not come off as early as would be
desirable ; but it is as early as prac
ticable. It may, however, prove to
be the very best .time. Then the'
political campaign, with its excite
ment and distraction, will be over,
and the only probable drawback is
wet weather-and that may not in
Now, that it is decided to have a
Fair, every citizen of the County
should exert himself to make it a
complere success. The means for
Sdoing this are abundant, and it only
needs that the farmers, the mechan
ics, and the ."balance of mankind"
Teshares are to be paid in by
te20th of the present month.
What's in a Title ?
Titles have so degenerated that
they have almost ceased t0 be de
sirable. Nearly half the people in
the country are Colonels. The de
gree of Doctor of Divinity was once
considered a very high one, and was
held only by those who stood in
the front rank among ministers ;
but of late years it has been con
ferred indiscrimiIiately and promis
cuously, until now it means nothing,
and D. D. is often attached to the
name of a very ordinary individual.
As for "Professor," that title be
longs to everybody who trains
horses, cures corns, runs a skating
rink or a boys' school, or does any
thing else that is out of the usual
line of business. The title of "Hon.,"
as apphied to members of the Gene
ral Assembly or of Congress, was
once coveted ; but when it is Hon.
Robert Smalls as well as Hon. D.
Wyatt Aiken, where is the distinc
The beat title for any man is
Titles for things is about as com
mon as titles for men. One-horse
towns are now cities ; schools with
more than one teacher are* "Col
leges ;" and a State institution of a
lower grade than a first class college
.is a "University."
We have it from good authority
that the next Legislature will be
asked to appropriate from fifty to
-seventy-five thousand dollars to
"higher education." But we feel
assured that they won't get it; and
hope they won't get a cent.
The Georgia State election came
off yesterday. .A. H. Stephens was
nn doubt elected Governor.
A Big Railroad Projected.
We see from the Greenville cor
respondence of the News and Cou
rier that the several proposed lines
pf railroad reaching from Aiken, S:
C.,to Livingston, Ky., and including
the Edgefield & Aiken, the French
Broad & Atlantic, and others, have
been consolidated. The Directors
were elected at a meeting held at
Greenville the 2nd. Gov. Johnson
Hagood is President, and Capt. W.
J. Kirk is the chief engineer of the
southern division, including Noith
Carolina and South Carolina. Con
tractors have been engaged to build
the whole line of nearly four hun
dred miles, at the rate of one hun
dred miles a year, work to begin at
Aiken in ninety days. Bonds are
to be issued at once at the rate of
$22,000 per mile of first mortgage,
and $15,000 second mortgage.
The correspondent says: "A main
branch of the'consolidated line from
a point in Pickens County, via
Greenville, to Laurens, Newberry,
&c., was a subject of earnest conver.
sation, all agreeing as to its easy
The article on the outside of this
issue from the Texas Sftings de
scribing the Texas University is
worth reading and considering.
And if the reader will only substi
tute the words South Carolina
wherever the word Texas.occurs he
will get a prett3 fair picture of af
fairs nearer home.
It is a significant fact that every
candidate for the Legislature from
the up country, with one exception,
who ran on his avowed advocacy of
the S. C. University and Military
Academy was defeated.
A new railroad is proposed be
tween Greenville and Ninety- Six.
Spartanburg will have an elec
tion the 28th of -November to de
cide whether barrooms shall be any
longer allowed in the city.
Five prisoners escaped from
Greenville jail the night of the 28th
ultimo by burning a hole in the
ceiling with a kerosene lamp.
Dr. W. R. Sykes, of Fairfield
County, killed George Brigman,
his tenant, with a gun, the 27th
ultimo-both white. Sykes has
The Republicans have nominated
Collector of Internial Revenue E.
M. Brayton for Congress from the
2nd District, and E. H. Deas, col
ored, from the 6th.
On last Saturday evening Mr
Levi Geer was feeding his cotton
gin near Shiloh church and in try.
ing to remove some motes, got his
hand caught in the saws of the-gin
and his hand was terribly torn up,
losing two of his fingers.
Fa. W. M. Mackey secured the
nomination for Congress from the
7th District. The convention was
in session five days. Sam Lee
charged Mackey with securing the
nomination by bribery, and exhibit
ed a note for $250 given by Mackey
to one of the delegates.
A colored woman and her child,
four months old, were murdered in
Greenville County the 27th ultimo.
Riley Anderson, col., has been ar
rested on suspicion. A party of
about two hundred men, white and
colored, went to the jail Monday
night to lynch the prisoner ; but
the jailor had got wind of the mat
ter and had hidden the prisoner
where he could not be found.
FoR THE HERALD.
The last Quarterly Meeting of New
berry Circuit (M. E. Church, South)
is appointed to be held at Mt. Pleasant
Church Oct. 28-29. This is next to
the most 'important meeting of the
officials of the Circuit. It is impor
tant that every offcer (Preacher
itinerant and local-Class Leaders,
Stewards, Trustees, Sunday School
Superintendents and Church Secreta
ries.) be in his place in the Confer
ence Oct. 28th. Each officer will be
expected to give an account of his offi
cial acts during the year. The Trus
tees will be expected to give a written
report of the property in their charge.
The Stewards are urged to exert the
selves that they may report their
churches paid out in full. Let each
one determine that there shall be no
necessity for a "5th Quarterly Meet
ing." But little has been done for
the support of the church during the
year. There was a good reason for
this, but as the reason has been re
moved (the Lord has blessed our fields
abundantly) let every member of the
church second the efforts of the Stew
ards, and pay to them promptly and
in full, and with~out waiting to be
called upon, his and her part of the
assessments. "Honor the Lord with
thy substance, and with the first fruits
of all thine increase ; so shall thy
barns be filled with plenty, and thy
presses shall b>urst out with new wine."
We expect to be favored with the
services of Prof. W. W. Duncan, D.D.,
on the occasion of the Quarterly
Meeting. A. J. STOKES,
Waaewer, S. C, Oct 3,18829
FOR TEE HER ALD.
From Smokey Town. we
For who to dumb forgetfulness a prey,
This pleasir.g, anxious being e'er re
signed ; - MI
Let the warm precincts of the ch-r'." l
Nor left one longing, lingering look 1" - sa
Ab ! no, loved ones, you have ntt th
resigned your being to dumb furget- ve
fulness, for as the columns of ir p
devoted paper lay the last offering in in
memory's altar, a torch is ligLted ze
which will burn through endless ages,
and your living examples will serve tri
as a "light in the window" for u,ar9 Bi
a poor wayfaring one. As we giauee
at the weekly record of mortality. we
see the names of many, yes, '-the
young, the gay and the best." Our
aged sire "like a shock of corn fully w
ripe" is being garnered, our mother pr
"whose price is far above rubies" is se
called to leave her little ones wit b tie T
orphans' God, and the fair yout, tr
bride, fRon whose brow the orange pE
blossoms have scarcely fallen, is robed W
in the pale shroud of death. WVe
realize the words of Solomon, "Man tb
goeth to his long home and the mourn- tb
ers go about the streets." T
The Indian summer is now upon us w
and we are enjoying its infinite beauty or
and bounty. The graceful golden rod tr
is ornamenting our hedges and bidden ti
forest paths, while the silken imnor- b2
telle with its peculiar fragrance, hur
ries us back to "the beautiful days of
long ago." Oh ! the real poetry in of
real life. This morning from the p
yard honeysuckle we gathered a few s
straggling sprays of bloom which re
minded us so forcibjy. of "The last
rose of summer." Iow beautiful o
th'ose last lines- Ul
"So .socn may I follow when friendships of
And from love's shining circle the gems gi
drop away, it
When true hearts have withered and loved
ones are flown,
Oh! who would inhabit this bleak world "
The crops in this community are a
exceedingly good. We have ha3 fine
seasons, and this year fertilizers seewed tl
to pay. Sowing small grain has is
scarcely commenced, as there is so
much cotton and corn to gather. We
hear some complaint about the scarce
ness of hogs and are sorry to learn
through your paper that the complaint ti
is general. d
There has been much sickness, but
none very serious. Dr. L. says that
health is improving. We hear of a
wedding, too, which is rather a novelty
in our neighborhood. But the ice is
breaking anid we look for more anon. c
The Reedy River Association con- w
vened at Bethel Church Sept. 15th. it
As Smokey Town has a ray of jeal- I
onsy we felt a little indignant that
you did not attend, but as we soon
heard the Sr. Editor was sick we
heartily excused you. There were
several ministers present and a goodly
number of delegates. We observed si
from the reports that many churches,
were not represented, as was supposedd
on account of sickness. Friday and ci
Saturday were spent in business com- ai
won to such nieetings. We enjoyed ci
the hearing very much, though we si
did not understand as well as if we t
had been better acquainted with the
Constitution as an A. R. (calls it) of bi
the church. One new church was a
received into the Association. Motions 0'
were brought forward to divide this
body into two Associations, but we it
do not know the conclusion as we did s.
not hear all the prooeedings. Among d
the divines we learned the face of Dr.g
Manly, President of Furman Univer- s
sity, Rev. Mr. Griffith, who is closely e
united with the missionary work, and el
Mr. Hoyt, Editor of Baptist Courier, c<
who did a good work in persuading ~
young church members to take their a
church paper. Friday night Dr. Manly is
preached but we did not get to hear b]
him, Saturday there was no preach.. m
ing. Early Sabbath morning, people P.
gathered from the "four corners of ti
the earth," and soon the church and ri
yard were full. In the grove was a C
commodious arbor built under which n
Rev. Fowler preached a good sermon
Sabbath morning. Rev. Griffith preach-n
ed in the church Sabbath morning on~t
justification by faitla." Rev. Broad- C
dus preached in the evening on the L
"triu mph over death." To the regret P
of all, we should have said sooner,
Rev. Luther Broaddus was absent. st
He is a minister greatly beloved by pi
all denominations. One of the most ai
remarkable occurrences during the r'
meeting was the struggle between ~
piety and politics. We will be glad bi
when the campaign is over, -and hope at
that by next election time there will r
be some innovation, which will put a
stop to electioneering on the Sabbath.
Our guests for the occasion were Mr. ai
and Mrs. H. Suber. Miss Cora Cannon gI
and Mr. S Cunningham, of the Eno- re
ree Church, and Cousin Alice Cras
son, of Prosperity. They were all in
some way associated with our child- C
hood's fresh hours, and their conver- pl
sation on bygone days seemed almost gi
like "a letter from home." How
pleasant their greetings, if only the hi
arbingers of parting. Mrs. Reeder th
and Miss Anna Floyd were the only ki
soon learned to love them and will
come them again. We would have ter
n delighted to have had Miss Fan- be
L., and Miss C. W., of your town. Ai:
>oday the Association closed to ,tv
et at Poplar Springs. We must ! Hi
7 that this venerable body is com- the
sed of pleasant membeirs,. and may i
a Great Preserver who once mar- ca
lonsly gave man "angels' food" sup
T their every need and bless them ser
the good work to which they are so dr<
ilously attached. J. A. L. Cr
Not an alcoholic beverage, but a we
ie and reliable family medicine is in
own's Iron Bitters. ho
Foa TE HERALD. di
The Comet. col
~ - las
MESSRS. EDTTORS: The comet, of th
)ich there has been notice ib the eit
ints, as seen from this point this Fe
:rning in the eastern heavens, pre- we
nted a grand and inspiring prospect.
1is truly long-haired star and eeen- an
e member of our solar system, ap- ar
ared upon the horizon near the point th
ere the sun rises, about two hours wt
fore his splendid majesty made his pr
pearance, and faded to the right as w
e sun's more brilliant rays illuwiued
e portion of the sphere we inhabit. frc
ee nucleus of the heavenly visitor til
as large and brilliant, in size about fol
tual to the planet Veus-the coma,
envelope, being of such degree of
ansparency, or so faintly obscuring Ni
e nucleus, as to admit of the greater foi
illlancy. The tail rose or stood th,
?ward from the nucleus, nearly in ea
rpendicu!ar position toward the up
nith, and spread itself in proportions rei
symmetry not unlike the tail of the st<
acock when that beautiful bird sk
ands quietly on his feet, and reach- ha
g up, to the measurement of the eye, an
>ie twenty or thirty yards. The
ovemeut of the body seemed to be
>rthward and toward the sun. The
bit of this body is likely an extended
Re. approaching near the sun in its
rihelion, and receding to a very gi
-eat distance from it in its aphelion. mi
may still be visible. Messrs. Editors, be
hen your issue of the present week pr
akes its appearance; aod if so your re
yod readers who adnire these glorious ofl
id wonderful manifestations of the mi
>wer and wisdom of the God who of
ade us will be repaid for leaving 0:
eir beds early enough in the morn- of
g to get a view of it. ar
A. A. GILBERT. de
Kinard's, Oct 2, 1882. Jt
Found at Last.
An agreeable dressing for the hair, su
at will stop its falling, has long been be
ught for Parker's Hair Balsam, be
stinguished for its purity, fully sup- pa
ies this want. dc
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FOR THE HERALD.
MIEssRs. EDITORs: A recent num- he
~r of the Lutheran Visitor says ar
ere are only eleven Methodist si
hurches in Newberry County. If Ci
e mistake not the nuniber is thirteen At
stead of eleven. Of course the T
isitor did not intend to mislead. M
A Bloody Riot in Lancaster. '
Four Negroes Killed.
iecial Dispatch to the News and Courier. P
LANCASTER, September 28.-A po- a
ical meeting here yesterday was ad.
ressed by Col. Cash. A bout the ei
ose of the meeting a diffiulty arose L
the stand between a white Demo
at and a' colored man. which re
lted in the former being wounded ina
e head by a blow with a stick orT
one. At this time two or three pis ~
I shots were fired near the stand,
it no one was hurt'. Soon after this
large procession of colored persons
ihorseback came upon the streets.
ne of the nurnber, having a large al
stol buekled around his body, drew o
and pointed it at a white man and
id: 'There's the d--d rascal who;
d the shooting.' The white man th
~ve him the lie, and the colored man.
-ed at him immediately. Several c
ots were fired by white men and the d
bored man fell dead. A number ofw
iots were then fired by white and
lored men and three other colored a
en were killed and many wounded. of
be authorities soon succeeded in re
oring quiet, which now prevails. It y
hoped and believed that the trou.h
e is over. The above statement is g
ado upon information of a reliable c
~rson, and is believed to be substan- F
ally correct. E. B.
LANCASTER, September 28. -The s
ot of yesterday originated thus:
ol. Cash, after a very turbulent and de
>isy procession through the streets,
as addressing a crowd of about 700 o
agroes. Mr. Carter, editor of the e
,edger, had taken his position on the
and as reporter for his paper and
ash was profuse in his abuse of the
egislature and charged that the 50
anters and farmers were .cheating 5s.
e negroes out of their earI@Rs.5
The negroes were drinking at the '
and and were wrought up to a high so
tab. Cash it is said, would turn la~
ond to Carter and make repeated 50
marks that he, although be would 5
>t vote for him, was his sympathi- |
r. Carter then asked Cash to allow E:
m to reply. Cash said certainly, Dr
id remarked that he should have a
spectful hearing. Carter attempted B
reply. but the negroes would not Cc
~ar him. Cash asked them to be In
iet, but it did no good, and Carter
d the negroes getting into a wran
e, Cash left the stand and went di '
et to 'his roorm at the hotel. The
groes were drinking and they had a
g of whiskey near the stand.
Carter being promised both by
ash and the county chairman a re-5
y still tried to speak, but the ne- .
oes crowded so upon the stand that
e stand broke down. Thereby be.
g great.ly infuriated the crowd took
ld of Carter and dragged him off DE
e stand, and he would have been
led had it not been for Albert B
intran and Ed Saddle and othe,'s
the word came up town that Car
had been sbot, but he had only
m struck anvd bad not been shot.
',it this time a drunken negro was
5behaving on Main street and the
ra authorities ordered his arrest.
s friends tried to rescue him from
sheriff and he was rp-stisn :'rrest
n-.elf, but ufter a struggle the
riff without hurting him bad him.
'ried to jail.
Then the negroes hearing of this
it a procession of about. Iwo hun.
-d. headed by William Crockett.
ockett reined up and, without in
iring what was the matter, cor
uced cursing a white man, charg
him with shooting and, from his
rse, fired upon this man, and then
are were a half dozen shots is,ume
itely returned, and the fight then
mmenced in the main street and
ted for a quarter of an h.-ur, when
a same was quelled by the peaceable
izens of the town and country.
ur or five negroes, Crockett included
re killed and several wounded.
Everything was quiet last night
d all to-day, but conflicting rumors
reported that the negrots are
reateting to renew the trouble. The
tites are on the alert and will in
udence keep down trouble. The
tites are united.
Col. Cash remained in his room
m the beginning of the trouble on
he left this morning on the train
A munificent Providence placed in
tture's storehouse a cure or remedy
diseases which would first afflict
e human family. Skin or blood dis
ies necessarily was the first to seize
on mankind. S. S. S. is Nature's
wedy, taken from her bounteous
rehouse, and never fails to care any
in or blood diseases, as thousands
ve joyously testified. Price, $1.00
d $1.75 per bottle.
the New County Movement.
Abbeville Press and Banner.
In order that our people u;ay be
u to think about their ability to
eet the increased expense that would
incurred by the adoptioai ,f the
oposed Constitutional Aw-uduer't
ducin, the area of the couu!we, we
;er some figures below. The esti
ate belhw is for the fees and sl:,ries
th'".t- t rs of Abbe%ii. uuty.
course where the fees are paid out
the Treasury, but where the fees
e contingent on the services ren
red in such iBeeq as th - Pr.obate
idge, the AMaster in Equity, the
,triff and the Clerk, in order to
ake the salary sufficient in the
,aller counties the fees will have to
raised, so that a citizen having
siness in one of these offices must
y higher than he would have
me if the county is not divided.
ie law, we believe, requires some of
ese offices open every day. In Ab
ville county the salaries and fees
e estimated as follows:
eriff and Deputy.........:...$,u00
ster ic Equity................ 600
obate Judge............... 1,500
htool Con:nissioner............. 600
. omisonr& Clerk........1,000
pervisor of ktegistratioo......... 50
In this estimate of the Sheriff's in
me no allowance is msade for the
ard of prisoners, as that item of ex
mse would be, under the proposed
rangement, no more than it is at
These figures are about as low as
>mpetent men can be found to do
Le werk. in the Jtate officers the
creased expense will be something.
bout teu new Judges, and as many
iditional Solicitors will be required.
be Judges now receive a salary of
~.500 annually, and the Solicitor
,500. The increased annual ex.
~nse for clerical force or new officers
Columabia could not be less than
0000. The proposed Constitution
Amendment would add the names
fifty new Senators to the pay roll,
250 to each.) The act of drawing
jury costs $23 In each county
ere are annually three petty juries
d one grand jury-four in all, at a
at of $92. Annual expense alone of
awing juries for fifty new counties
>iuld be $1,600. The Jury (Com
issioner is required to attend Court
a cost of $2 a day-on an average
four days at each Court-$24 a
ar. For fifty rounties $1.200. At
ch Court there are usually about
If-dozen bailiffs at $1.50 a day
r every day of the Criminal
urt, say six days, at $9 a day, $54.
yr fifty counties, $2,700. At each
)urt the mzan who calls Court gets
nmething and it is necessary to have
e of these at every County. Inci
utal expenses at each Court, repairs
public buildings, insurance, wood,
hts, stationery, &c., $800 a year for
ch county. Fifty counties, $40,000.
OBABLE ANNUAL COST OP ADoPTING TBE
Sheriffs and Deputies........$50,h00
Cierks of Court............ 75,000o
Masters in Equity ..... .... .. 30,000
School Commiesioners....... 3o,o0
Probate Judges ............'75,ou00
0 Coun:.y Commissioners. ..37,500
Clerks County Commissioners 2,500
Circuit Solicitors............ 15,1,10
:tra Clerical force Columbia . 10,000
'awing 4 juries for each new
County..... ................ 4,6001
r.v Commissioner for same.. 1,200
ilifts for same ..........:....2,700
nrc callers.... ...............1,000
::idental expenses............. 40,000
aMLANENT INVEsTXENT WHICS THE Pao
POSED coNsTITCTIoNAL AMENDMENT WOCTLD
New Court Houses with suffi
:ient grounds for site and pub
'c square, at $10,000 ech $500,000
~ew Jails aad lots, at $5,000. 250,001
Poor House farms, at $2,500. 125,000
3 Iron Sates, at $250 each for
the offices of 50 Sheriffs, Clerks,
Easter, Probate Judges, Treas
srers ...................... 62,500
sks, pigeon boles and other
Carniture for same............'75,000
oks and Transfer of Records.. 50,00"
as na,so rI
Improvement for Mind and
Th;r i" n.tre strentih re.r".r;i
powrr in a bo tle of P'arker's Gin,.r
To,ie that in a bu:hel of tn!,lr or
zi. n u :,ai!k As an appe:izer. .lo
puriii.'r and-i kidney corrector. tj,r i
norii,, like it, and inv:.iid; cause
que:tiy find it a woodei fu iivi rant
for :niui and body.-Coimercial.
NEWBERaY. S. C., Sept. 30, 1W82
List of alve:rtised letters for week ending
Sept. 30. 1S82:
Autin, Ned Livingston. Mrs. J.
Bucbow, Joo. M. Smith, 31inerva
Cameron, Mrs. M. Williams, Mrs. Leila
Henry, H. P. Williams, Mis; 1. E.
Jefferson, Randolph lWicker, Maggie
Parties calling for letters will please tay 1
If advertised R. W BOONE. P. M. I
Opening of the Season.
Esmeralda and Hazel Kirke
The Most Successful Plays on the
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
THE MADISON SQUARE THEATRE COMPANY
Will appear in the above beautiful society e
ESMERALDA, Thursday*Evening. Oct. 12.
HAZEL KIRKE, Friday Evening, Oct. 13. F
- Popular prices. Reserved Setts on
sale at Dr. L. A. East's Drug store.
Oct 5, 40-2t.
ON FRIDAY, 20th O0T., at -Beth Eden
Parsonage, I wili sell FOR CASH, to the
highe,t t.idder, my Household and Kitchen
Furniture ; also a good Piano, Horse, Bug
gy and Harness, an extra Mi:ch t'ow, &c.
J D. SHIREY.
Oct 5, 40 --St.
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Oct. 5, 40-3r.
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Bc,e oder oflate Cor. Ihrwia ll ar ub
rliruer=: bore the sa'ouroed as New-h
lbw rrs on teitr Monea of tveber.n
1882 wi.h; tht tract ofr dansituand sall
Cony ind Stte, tof whi esearah re:zrd
Aces mor orness.i aynd ode bydervi
Jacob ed. er Tn A. SB.r Wlter
Cons and Toas Wickter.s il n t-tt
TERtofMS-Thprchasnr Mill e eqied
money , and2 toseue heblacepyal
Eateve Jaobs with,inteest ro th
pro prsd wihave cl ay alli cah.
Purcasert ton duy for Ce,onveyanc .~::
d.tlt S.ILA JONSTONre Eeaste r.
O. .. o it+iCom, e
J. S. c
EW BOOT, SHOE
Store Lately Occupied as
dAIN STREET, - -
Oct. 5, 40--1mr.
I take pleasure in informing my friends
ased the largest stock of
FALL AND WIN
or Men, Yonths and Boys, that has ever be
EEN MARKED DOWN, BELIEVING IN S
Fine line of
ENTS' FURNISHING GO(
OF ALL THE L
den's Suits and Overc
Youths' Suits a
0' Call and examine my stock when iv
Eg' All orders addressed to Box 84 wil
Ipposite Grand Central,
Sept. 21, 38-tf.
Grand Offer for the
$850 Square Grand
11AP0 STYLE 32 t a n c
ale, beautiful carved legs and lyre. heavy
on frame. French Grand Action, Grand at
an in any way tend to the pertection of the
4% Our price for this instrument, boxe.
trs at Sew York. with fine Piano Cover. Sto
ast reducrd from our late wholesile, factors
y iar, the greatest bargoin ever cfered the
remen'ons demand for this style! Send in
Tlis Pi:no will be sent on 15 days test tri:
iorev with order. Cash sent with order wil
oth wravs if Piano is not just as represented.
LR) up. Over 15,00 in use. and not one lisst
- buying. Handsome rlustrated Piano Cr
monials ever awarded any piano manufiac
.SIZEET MUSIC at one-third price. Catalog
:nt for 3c. stamp.
. i a ster's Sales.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-J
-IN COMMON PLEAS.
es:un.~ M. Cald well, vs. .Juo. C. Wilson,
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
e outcry, before the Court House at Net.
erry, on the first Monday in Nov., 1882,
I that tract or plantation of land lying
id being and ,ituate in the County of
ewherry and State aforesaid, on the
a'ers of Caunon Creek, and containing
n'e Hunored and Fifty-o: e A cres, more e'r
ss, and joundjed by lands of John Living
ttn, estate of Hon. Job Johnstone. deceas
3, Samuel W. Cannon, and by lantis far
erly bel>ngin g to the estate of Taplow
arris, deceased, and by the Ashford
T ERMs -- The purchaser' will be require'd
pay in eash one-hair o! the porchase
oney,-axnd to secure the balance payable
twe-lve mouths, with interest from day
fsale, by bond and a mortgage of the
remises-with leave to pay all in cash.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 2 Oct., 1882. 40--St
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUbiTY OF biEWBER1RY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
.H. Wheeler vs. H. B. Scott and others.
Bly order of the Court, I will sell, at pub.
e ou'cry, before the Court House at New
erry, on the First Monday in November,
BS-2, of the property of the Defendant,
irginia Scott, all those two certain lots or
1r4.es of land, in the Town of Newberry,
the County and State afores-aid. One
nown as lot No. 3, containing fifty-two.
udre,dths of an acre, more or less, and
ne known as lot No. 8, containing one
fth of an acre, more or less, adjoining each
ther, and bounded by Greenwood Street,
id by lots formerly owned by Jas. C. Lea
y. Sampson Robertson, ar.d o:.hers. and
r the Greenville & Columbia Rail Roaxd.
heose lors are a part ol the Hayes lot, and
represented by a pIt made: by F. Wer
er. Jr., recorded in the office of Register
F Me'no Conveyance ror Newberry.
TeaMs-The purchaser will be required
p:*e in cash one-third of the purchase
Otoney, anid to secure the balance payable
twelve months, wis.h interest fromr the
it of Sale, hv bord and morrmage ot th~e
ss,and to insure the bildtings there
2 and assign the policy to the Mast~-r.
SItL,AS JOHNSTONE, Mlaster.
Maste's Office, 2 (,ct , 1882. 40--;t.
nnual Meeting of the County
Notico is hereby given that the Gounty
ommnissioners for Newberry Coun'.y will
Ml their .annual meeting at their .ntfice- in
e Court House, on Tuesday, Nov. 'ith,
All per:.ons holding bills, accounts or de
u:,ds of any kind against thU. County
'kih have not heen before presented to
eBoardI of Cour ty Co amiiaioners, are
treby required to deposit the stame irh
e undersigned on or before the first day
F. WERBER, .JR.,
St-p '1.8, 38-5t. Clerk.
News copy 5t.
MES -Y. CULBREATH.[W. ERNYEsT MERtCH- T..
CULBREATH & MERCHANT,
Lttorneys - at - Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
gg Will practice in the State anJ Fed
al Courts. Aug. 10, 32-6n.
ng. _ _
Penitentiary Shoe Store.
- NEWBERRY, S.
and the public generally,-Oht I =ha '
rER CLOTHING =
m in the City, and the GOODS -
WALL PROFITS AND QUICK SAtES
DS AND NECK WE4
5' Suits and Over
the City. -
I receive prompt attention.
- -COLIUBIA, &
N PIANO (C
next 60 days only.
Piano for only $245.
od case, eleeantly Snisbed,3stings, i
itante agraffes, our new pgtet av
erpeutine and large tney moulding;
nmers, in 'act, every ;improvement
nstrument, has been added.
Sau' delivered on board - AE~ o
1 and Book, only "L."
price, $2, forde %!ays-only.- This'is
musical public. Unprecedented
your order at once. Do not lose this
LI. Please send reference if you do not
be refanded and freight charges pai.,7
Several o'.her-special Bargains:
tisfled purchaser. Don't fait to write- se.
talo;;e. rni!ed tree, giving therhighest
:urer. Every Piano 4llly warr.mt.ed'tor 7'
ie of 3,000 choice pieces of popular-Masfe'
DE LSSCHN PIANO CO~
P. C. Box 2,058, ZEW.-WtI
SIATE OF SOUTB CARLN~
COUNTY OF NEWBEREY~
IN COMMON PLEAS.
James B. Clary, Admx'r., vs. Sadx'lR Re
er and others
By order of the urt, [ sill sell, at
lie oumc1y, before the Court~Houise at >
berry, on the First Monday in Novein
!S8i. all that tract or plantation -of 1t~
situt:e in the County of Newberry >
State of Souzh zarolina, onrtaining?~s
Hlundred anid Thirty-seven Acres. 3ore
less, known as cte F.acrow Treae '
bounded by isn of E'liz.:bch A. Biw
and other trands of cr.e estate of f .
gus aDd ofet. rs.
Txarxs-11-.e purchaser wil.l be e* -
to p.ay in cash one-halt of the u~
uvn>m-y, and to secure the balance, paetc
at t welve mouths, waith i..terest fro.m iie
day of sale, by a bond and morggeof:he
p.roperty sold, and to pay for conveyanue.
SILAS JOHN'STONE, Master.
Master's Office, 2 Oct., 1882. 40)-6&
STATEl OF SOUTH CAOr.
COUNTY OF NAWBRRR. -
IN COMMONPLEAS. -?
Geo. S. EM.-er, Trustee, vs. Alvin L. Sen
By order of the Court, I wilt sell, r?6'
lic oucry, before the Court Hloese at
berry, on the First Monday in Novesn~
1882, all that lot of land in the t,owu'>
Ne.wberry, in the County and Sta5' aih~
said, containing One fourth of an c%.
more or less, fronting on CaldwellS
ar.d bounded by lots of J.J. Carriugtonad
Simeon Young, and by an alley which sep.~
aratei it from the Hoge School House- ?o$,'..
Tracs-The parchaser will be requiied?$
to pay one-half of the purchase money hk
cas~h, and to secure the balance payable i
one and two years, with interest froma .the
day of sal.', by bond and mOrtgage- f te
property sold--with leave to pay the a on
suma in cash Purchaser to pay for paps.
**IL AS JOIINSTONE, Master
Master's Office, :3 Oet.; 1882. 40-3
I A 1l 1.:1 at prtele y plantitiO
of Three Hundred and Forty (34e0 Kxres
mor or li lying in Township No.-S o
Ne wherry County, near Beaverdan (Jekl
and hounded by land?s.of Mrs. Thos.M
i.iyri:;p:r, F. Werber, Sr., I. H. Boulware
anid Dr. D. A. Cainnon. The land willbi
purch asers Further information as to said ~'
and eth be obtainied from my brothers Jno~
U. Goggans d .hs. K. P. Cograns.
ELlZ .IBETUl S. HERBERT.
Orner.OP THE -
(Gro(;rows~ & Laxxs R. R. Co., -
5a Tn . , Set 1st, 1882.
Prpseare ic.v.e'd until- October the
:s;t .iux , for the c-..raction of the roaid
bedu ei tie Gargetown & Lanes Rai d i4
e o eredi cy suirvey and estimate of J~
(i.:o W. Earle, E:,ginecer.
Fori specifications and all'cther^1aform.a c'
tioc.n,aidress the urs.dersigned. TheCon
pdny reserves the right to reject any.ordjE
bids. .1P. R. LACilICOTTE
Pre't. G. &L.R. EI
Sep. 14, :37-6t.
A- ;uodir ion as lAssistant Teacher, orPi".
cipal of a1 Free iachool, by a lady holdigr
First Grade Certaticate. Inquire a;
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