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THOS. F. GRENEKER, E'.
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSI)AY, OCT. 19, 188:
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect aFan
ily New a r, devoted to the material it
terests of the people of this County and tU:
State. It circulates extensively, and as a
Advertising medium offers unrivalled at
vantages. For Terms, see first page.
The State Ticket.
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
JOHN C. SHEPPAED.
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 SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION:
FOR CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT:
D. WYATT AIEEN.
FOR THE HOUSR OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WILLIAM D. HARDY.
.EFFERSON A. SLIGI.
FOR PRORATE JUDGE:
JACOB B. FELLERS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:
ANDREW J. LIVINGSTON.
JOHN DRAYTON SMITH.
rOU SCHOOL COMMISSIONER:
JAMES C. BOYD.
EUCLYDUS C. LONGSHORE.
Amending the Constitution.
There are three proposed Const
tutional amendments to be vote
on at the approaching election.
1. Sec. 8 of Article 8 of the Coi
stitation disqualifies from votin
those who have been convicted i
treason, murder, robbery and due
ing. It is proposed to amend th
article by adding "larceny, perjur
forgery an"d ,t:r infamous crimes
Those in favor of the amendmen
will vote "aye"-those oppose
* 2. The Constitation prohibits ti
formation of any new Counties
less than 625 square miles or ri
* ducing any County already in el
* istence to less than that are.
is proposed to amend this by il
serting in the Constitution "4C
square miles," instead of 625. Tho4
in favor of the amendment will vol
"aye"-those opposed "no."
3. The Constitution fixes i
general election and the State eles
tion for the same day. It is pr<
posed to amend this by fixing ti
State election at an earlier day
some time in October-we hai
forgotten the exact date. Thosei
favor of the amendment will vol
"aye-those opposed "no."
As to the first proposed ameni
ment we think it should be adopted
for the simple reason that a perso
guilty of any of the crimes propose
to beadded is not afit person t
exercise the right of suffrage. Tra
he might reform and become a goo
citizen ; but the probabilities ar
nearly all against such a supposi
As to the second proposed amend
ment, we do not think it should b
adopted. The smallest Count;
now contains 510 square miles, th
largest 1,900-the average size i
887 square miles. Should thi
amendment be adopted it will nol
of course, form new Counties, ba
will only make their formation pos
sible. There will be a constan
wrangling between different locali
ties for the choice of being count;
seats, and the people composing
these sections will insist on havini
a Court House and all its appurte
nances regardless'of the expense
it will entail, which will be great.
The present minimum of 62!
square miles may be too large, bu
400 square miles is certainly toi
As to the third proposed amend
ment, it should be voted for by al
means. Its object is to remove a]
excuse for Federal interference ii
our State elections.
Gen. fIar, Chairman of the Stati
Democratic Execudve Committee
writes to the Yorkville Enguire;
that tickets will be furnished t<
suit both the friends and the oppo
nents of the proposed amendmeni
* to reduce the requisite airea o:
It is reported that the Baltimore
& Ohio R. R. Co., have securedl
control of the Richmond & Danville
- system of railroads, but the repori
lacks confirmation. Indications,
however, point to the truth of the
Railroad Diserimninations. I
The Charleston Cotton Exchange
held a meeting Saturday to "resist I
the discrimination of the railroads
of the State, nearly all of which are
controlled by the Richmond & Dan
ville corporation, against Charles- a
ton and the interior towns of South 1
Carolina, in the rates of freight just
established." This refers to the
recent advance of 3 per cent. upon
Mr. Smyth, in illustration of the I
discrimination practiced against|I
Charleston, submitted a table of
tariff rates on cotton from all the 1
interior towns to New York, Balti- I
B more, Richmond, Norfolk, Wilming
ton and Charleston. The following
are are the rates from Newberry :
To Bate Dis- Bate
per Bale. tance. per Mile
New York........9c. 850 4sc.
Baltimore.......73c. 50 .6.c.
Norfolk.............71c. 510 .090.
Ricbmond............66. 430 .7c.
Wilmington........53c. 235 1.34c.
Charleston.........63c. 177 1.34c.
The Exchange adopted resolu
tions declaring the recent freight
discriminations made by the Rich
mond & Danville corporation
against the people of South Caro
lina as a matter of the gravest im
portance, -not only to Charleston
but to the whole State, and urging
the Legislature to take prompt and
decisive action to control this
growing evil by adopting a system
of railroad commissions similar to
that so successfully operated in
Georgia and other States.
Eight years ago when Bald Moun
tain, N. C., was threatening to con
vert itself into a bowling, seething
volcano, the writer went up with a
party to see the procession and the
fireworks. Among the visitors was
a party of a dozen young tarheels,
who determined to explore the mys
teries of "Bat Cave," a cave that
i extends a long distance into the
mountain, and branches off into
i various directions, and is said to
d have holes in it two hundred feet
deep. While wandering around in
1 these cavernous depths their torch
g es were extinguished, and they
>f suddenly found themselves where
I Moses was when the light went out.
I t was a very serious predicament
V' to be in ; they didn't know which
- way to go, and were afraid to go
t any way Ist they should tumble
d into a deep hole. But it was cer
tain death to remain where they
ie were. They crept slowly along in
11 the dark, if by chance they might
3- find their way out, but having small
Shope of doing so. In the party
[was a.young man who was notori
Sously wicked and profane. - But
0 finding himself face -to face with
Sdeath, as he thought, he became at
once a changed man. He expressed
much contrition for the sins of his
e past life. He prayed for deliver
Sa,nce, and made a solemn vow that
if the Lord would spare him to see
e~ the light of day again he would
- turn over a new leaf and dedicate
e his life to Him. The party wan
rdered about for several hours, and
0were almost ready to lie down in
despa.ir to die, when one of the
number, some distance ahead of the
Sothers, shouted back, "Come on,
Sboys, I see the light." "The h--I
Syou do!" replied the late penitent
0 This young man is a representa
e tive of a large proportion of poor,
Sweak humanity. This idea is forci
e bly illustrated by the following
- "The devil was sichi, the deyil a saint would
a The deyil got well, a devil of a saint was he."
BThe House of Representatives of
the 47th Congress contained 293
members. At the beginning of the
session there were 142 democrats
and 151 republicans-there were
several greenbackers and one inde
Spendent ; but the independent voted
with the republicans, and the green
rbackers ranged themselves on one
side or the other on political ques
tions. The republican majority was,
therefore, 9 at the beginning. There
were six c3ntested seats-republi
can against democrat in each case.
In five cases the democrats were]
Sunseated and tbe republicans given
the seats ; in the sixth case the
democrat was unseated and the seat
declared vacant. This made the
House stand, 156 republicans and
136 democrats at the close of the
session-republican majority 20.
The House in the 48th Congresst
will contain 325 members.
The friends of the "University"
are angling for Gen. Conner for
President- They want him, no
doubt, to give popularity to the
-concern. The General has mani-E
fested no disposition to bite at the ~
Sam Lee, colored, is running as
an independent candidate for Con- (
gress in the "Black District" (the 5
7th) against E. W. M. Mackey.
The-Georgetown 7Ymes has two
of the HmTan's editorials this week
without credit. Ib
The Democrats Sweep Ohio.
Full returns from the Ohio elec
ion the 10th show an overwhelm
ng democratic victory.
Secretary of State an<l Supreme
fudge were the only State c.li rs
roted for, and the democrats i t eed
hese by 20,000 majority,.about the
same majority the iepublicar's had
year ago at the State election.
The Democrats elected fom teen of
he twenty one Congressmen. In
he last Congress the republicans
iad fifteen members and the demo
rats five-the late apportionment
)ill gives one more Congressman
West Virginia also held an elec
ion the 10th. She elected t iree
lemocratic Congressmen and :ne
republican. In the last Congress
he had three Congressmen, all
Democrats-the late apportionm'.nt
)ill gives one more to West Vir
The' Charleston News and CCu
rier, the Columbia Register and the
Fairfield Herald (one of whose ed
tors is a professor in the "Univer
;ity") continue to whoop up the
'University" and the Citadel.
Col. Slayback was shot by Editor
ockrell in the office of the St.
Louis Post Dispatch the 13th. Col.
Slayback had gone to the office to
punish the editor for an abusive
The Edgefield Advertiser has been
nlarged. If it continues to pros
per in the future as it has done in
the past it will soon have tQ be en
larged to the size of a circus poster.
The greenback radical party seems
to have died with cholera infantum.
Jno. B. Moore has been nominat
ed for Senator by the Anderson
primaries, beating B. F. Crayton
Rev. Edward Palmer, father of
Rev. B. M. Palmer, D.D., died in
Walterboro last week at the age of
Dr. J. W. Parker, of Columbia,
who was Superintendent of the
State Lunatic Asylum from 1837 to
1870, died the 11th instant, aged
The Seneca Journal of last week
says: "Mr. Jno. B. Hubbard, .who
was chief constable of South Caro
lina during the Scott administra
tions has joined our democratic
club. Hle voted in the primary
election and says that he will sup
port the State ticket."
The Charge or Extrayagance.
Charleston News and Courier.
The Greenback party lay great
stress spou what they call the ex
travagance of the Demiocratio admjin
istration, and are careful to conceal
fr-om their mixed audiences the fact
that the total Democratic expenditures
in six years amont to only $2.787,
00 and the Radical expenditures to
8;363,300 in seven years. The ave
rage annual expenditure by the Dew
nrats ws $557,200 and by the Radi
It is rather difficult to make the
people at large understand exactly
how much they save by such a re
duction of the expenses which carries
with it a corresponding reduction of
taxation. There are about 400,000
white people in South Carolina. The
saving to the people, therefore, is
equal to wore than $1.50 to each per
son for each year. There are usually
ibhoot five in a family, incl4ding the
ather and the mother. The saving
to each family, therefore, is equal to
about $7.50 a year.
* *p * * * *
The ttru'e comparison to show the
ralue of Democratic rule is between
an ordinary year in Radieal times and
an ordinary year, when there was no
mera session, under the present Decs
>cratie administration. We give the
egislati ge expenses for three sucb
rears, and leave it to our readers to
ligest the figures for themselves :
BEFORE THE WAR.
[872-73.-..--.-- ..---- .-.-769,500
Containing all the essentials of a
rue tonic, and sure to give satisfac
ion, is Brown's Iron Ditters.
Yesterday's News and Courier con
ained the following reports from the
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, Oct. 17.
'here were two deaths from yellow
ever at Matamoras in the last twenty
our hours. There was one death
ere. The cases of fever now exist
ng are few and obscure.
PENSACoLA&, FLA4., Oct. 17.-Fifty.,
ight new eases of yellow fever and
ree deaths are reported to-day. To
al to date 1,727 cases and 144 deaths.
It has been clearly established that
!atarrh is a blood poison; therefore,
ny remedy that is a perfect blood
urifier will cure this disease. S. S.
.is the remedy, being ,purely vege
ble, and has been known to cure
>me of the worst cases in a few
eeks. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per.
The youthful eulor and a rich lustre
are restored to faded or ttray hair by
the use of Parker's Hair Balsam. a
harmless dressing highly esteemed for
its perfume and purity.
Messrs. Bali & Watts of Laurens
have brought suit agaiut Orion P.
Goodwin of that County in behalf of
Mary Beulah Cunningham for $25,
000 damages for seduction un
der promise of marriage. Goodwin
has left the State and gone to Ala.
bama. Miss Cunningham's attorneys
have attached all his property in Lau
rens County, amounting in value to
about $4 000 The ease will be tried
at the next February term of Court.
Colonel J. W. Ferguson is associated
with Ball & Watts in the prosecution
of the case --Charleston News and
The Height of Folly.
To wait until you are in bed with
disease you .ay not get. over fur
months. is the height of folly. when
you might be easily cured durir; the
early syo,ptuts by Parker's Gin ger
Tonie. We have known sickly faw.
iiies naade the healthiest. by a tonely
use of this pure wedieine.-Obsercer.
NEWBERR. S. C., Oct. 14, 1882.
List of adve-rtised letters for week ending
Oct. 14, 1882:
Adams, Mattie Johnston, Amanda
Boyle, J. C. Nance. Eion
Christian, Mrs. Rebec- Rodgers. Charlotte
ca (2) Rusgell, Mary
Caldwell, N. C. Smith, Emma
Drennon, Caroline 't nnpson, Fannie
Dickert, J. A. W i'iiams, Sarah
Glymp, Belton Wicker, Wm. D.
Gi!lam, Ellen Welch, Rebecca
Parties calling for letters will please say
it advertised. R. W BOONE. P M.
OPERA HOUSE !
Saturday Eve., Oct. 21.
MINSTR[LS & BRASS BUNK
20 ARTISTS 20
LIST OF ARTISTS.
SENATOR FRANK BELL!
EDWARD MEALEY I
C. EARLE. First Tenor; GEo. HAMMON.D, Ba.
ritone; E. A. O.'KLEY, Secon! Tenoz;
WALTER WFsT, Second Bass.
GIBBONS AND DAVENPORT!
ANDY POWERS BROS -AMES
PETTINGILL AND FRAZER!
Everything New, Sparkling and Brilliant.
No Deiays. No Tedious Waits.
Prices as Usual. Reserved seats can ba
secured Six Days in Advance at the Usual
Places. Doors open at 7 P. M. Perform
ance commences at 8 P. M. Secure Seats at
Dr. East's Drug Store. leserved Seats 75c.
Oct. 19. 42--it.
Board by a young man ia a private fam
ily. References given.
Addreas 0. K.,
P. O. Box 47.
Oct. 19, 42-it.
Pulverized and in good condition.
For sale by
A. 3. McCAIJGHRIN.
Oct. 19, 42-2t.
UndJershirts and Drawers1
Will Cure Rheumatism I
And are manufactured by
164 KIng St., - Charleston, S, C.,
AT VERY REASONABLE BATES. a
Oct. 19, 42-2m*
I will make final settlement as Guardian
of the estate of my ward Sydney B. Auhl, I
on the 20th day of November, 1882, in the
Probate Court for Newberry County, and
immediately thereafter apply for final dis
charge as such Guardian. a'
WILLIAM B. AULL,
Oct. 1'7, 1882. 42--5t. b
Notice to Creditors, ti
ThJ creditors of Dorcas E. Calmes, latel) P
deceased, are requested to present their a
claims, properly attested, to me or to my
Attorney, Jas. K. 2. Goggans, Esq., on or
before the 19th day of November next. -
FRFED. N. CALYES,
Oct. 19, 42-5t t'xecutor.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, at
COUNTY OF NEWBEJRRY. w
Thos. M. Lake vs. Jordan P..Pool. ~
By virtue of an execution to me directed r
in the above stated case, I will sell, at
Newberry Court House, on the First Mon
day (Sale day) in November next, within
the legal hours of sale, at public outcry,
to the highest bidder, all that House and
Lot, situate in the Town of Newberty, con
taining One-half Acre, more or less, and T
bounded on the Sout,h by Johnstone Street,
West, by lot of Mrs. D. W. T. Kibler and m
North by Friend Street, now occupied by in,
Dr. E. C. Jones. in
I will also sell, at the same time and fir
place, one other House and Lot, situate in
the Town of Newherry, containing One
half Acre, more or less, and bounded on
the West by lot above described, on the -
North by Friend Street, East by Holman
Street, and South by Johnstone Street.
Levied on as the property of Jordan P.
TEaxs-All Cash. Purchasaer to pay for og
papers5. D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C- ar
Sheriff's Office, Oct. 13' h, 1882. 42-St ,i
Estate Jacob Crouch, Dee'd.
All persons having claims against the
estate of Jacob Crouch, deceased., will
present tbem, duly attested, on or hefore
the 4th day of November next, and ail in
debted to said estate are requested to make s
immediate payment to the undersigned. of
THOMAS H. ADAMS, mi
Adm'r. Jacob Crouch, dec'd- m
Oct. 5, 40-St.
A School large e ough to juistify tw~o
ladies who w' ach English branches,
Latin. Ma'nPiano, Organ and Guitar,
Kind en System,- Gal isthenics and
Fa Work. m<
~or fur..her information, inquire at rec
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of r
Appetite,lossof Strength stoc
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
BRown CaLxicat. Co. 1
Gentlemen:- For years I have PJ
and could get no relief (having tried
everything which was recommend
ed) until. act on the advice of a
friend, who benefitted by
BRowN's IRox Brrraas, I tried a
bottle, with most surprising results.
Previous to taking Baowi's Iaox
Erves, ything ate distressed
me, and I suffered greatly from a
burning sensation in the stomach,
which was unbearable. Since tak- E
ing Baowx's Iaox BrrTras, all my an d
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeable re- and
sults. I am actically another 1
person. Idrs. W . Fr.vxx,
30 Maverick St., E. Boton. me
BROWN'S IRON BIT- o.4g
TERS acts like a charm son
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching, Co
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, . etc. The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co. So
Baltimore, Md. a
See that all Iron Bitters are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Btimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Tril
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Pe SYRUP over Io
- -.-:::r dem and Bel
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of Coughs, Colds,
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n'g Cough, Incipient J~
~.f for the relief of C
nus in advanced
. ; ) Diease. For Sale
: s- -.-Price, 25cents.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
aid Johnson, as Probate Judge, vs. Sallie
L. Phifer and David R. Phifer.
I2 obedience to an order for foreclosure
ed herein by his Honor 3. C. Pressly,
iruit Judge, on 18th February, 1882, I
lsell, at Newberry Court House. on the
irt Monday (Sale-day) in Nove'mher next,
public outcry, to the highest bidder,
itin the legal hours of sale, all that tract
lantation or land, sita.ite, lying and be
in Newoerry County and Stat.e afore
, containing Two Hundred and Fifty
ire Acr's, more or less, and bounded by
lda of Baruch Duncan, John Rice, J. L.
hier and Absolami Shell
erms of sale as set forth in said order -.
as follows, to wit : One-third cash, bal- ~
eto be paid in two equal antnual instar. Be
ets of one and two years with interest ye
eren from day of sale,-and upon default B(
'ig made in the payment of either of the
alments of the credit portion a resale at
risk of the former purchaser shall take FLN
e at such time as the plaintiff herein
yindicate. Purchaser to pay for papers.
D). B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Seriff's Office, Oct. 11, 1882. 41-4:
1ll persons indebted to us, by notes or
cunts, for the years 1880, 1881 and
1 are earnestly requested to come for
3r and sett1e by the las of November
;l We need the money due us, and A
t and will have it, or we will know the stOC
McFALL & SA TTERWHITi.
Ot. 12, 41-2t. fr
I .L WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
am expecting to remomve to Florida nexf se
th. Any per-sons who wish my services
te Art Photographic must attend to it
ediately for I intend to pack up thej A
tof next tmonth. er.ta
W. H. CLARK, rq
ct. 12, 41-2t Photographer. el
NOTICE. to -s
olen from my Stable lot a large Bay
se, about 10 years old, star in face, scarA
shoulder, white bind feet, white ring m,1
nd one ear, with very little mane. I 0
!pay fifty dollars for return of Horse,
hproof to conviet the thief. ,g
S. D. GAIRLINGTON,
t. 2, 1882. 40)-8t Agent. CI
e patrons of the undersigned are re
~fuly solicited to sell a small portion
e KINsG, and settle up at once. I am
:c in need of money, and know tha$ .
atrons will relieve me-.ra
S. F. FANT. ea
pt. 28, 39-tf.N
iRIGHT'S HOTEL, Es
COLUMBIA, S. C. and I
i new and elegant House, with all custc
ern improvements, is now open for the Send
ption of guests. .Addr
S. L. WRIGHT & SON,
War 19, 12ot Pro rlathra I
RX. F. FA!IT
Wholesale and Retail
would respectfully c..11 the at:teutton of
friends and patrons to my complete
JY TOILET flITBJLES,
aving te largest stock in the County
scllingmz at very clse prices I ask a call
examiti'ition uf my laree atock.
would aiso call the attentioin of the
ic.l prolession and public to my Pre
p:ion Department, which is under the
-rvisiou of Mr. J. GARDNER, a thor
h Pharmacist. We make a specialty of
enin' Physicians' Prrscriptions at rea
S. F. FANT, M4. D.
.u^. 31, :i5--rf
lumbla & Greenville R. R.
] .A. - R
ath Carolina Agricultural
l4d R1echanical Association,
At COLUMBIA, S.C.,
VEMBEE 14, 15, 16 und 11, 1882.
Le toilowing tates of IAtC for Round
wi:: be O!.eratr"1 by 'hir l,ar,ny.
ICKETI on sale 13th, 14th, 15th and
t. Good to 20:h, viz.:
tOU%D TRIP-BETWEK cOLUMBIA AND
st's MIills, $0 50 Pelzer. $3 80
itgoUnery's, :o Piednont. 3 95
kuutan's, 1 00 Golde.i Grovu, 4 00
leton, 1 10.Greenville, 4 30
laceville, 1 50'Anderson, 3 80
,on, 1 50;Pendleton, 4 20
ke, 1 50 Perryville, 4 50
e's, 1 50 Seneca City, 4 55
iaria. 1 50, Walhalla, 4 75
sperity, 1 50: Jalapa, 1 60
'berry, 1 50 Martin's, 2 00
tna, 1 50:Clinton. 2 05
er Street, 1 60 Park's T. 0., 2 25
ida Old Town,1 75 Laurens. 2 35
ppell's, 1 95 Strother's, 1 50
on's. 2 -. Blair's, 1 50
ety-Six, 2 25 Lyles Ford, 1 50
Market, 2 45; Shelton, 1 50
snwood, 2 50 Fish Dam, 150
ges', 2 80 Santuc, 1 70
eville, 3 20 Union, 1 95
nald's, 3 1o:Jonesvile, 2 20
ea Path, 3 25 Pacolet, 9 45
on, i50oCedar Springs, 2 80
ia mston, 3 i 28
11 articles intended for exhibition (race
es excepted) will be transported free.
repay Freight at shipping point, and
a presentation of receipted Freight Bill,
Certificate of Secretary of Fair Asso
ion that the article has been exhibited,
ey will be refunded.
or further information, address
Ass't Gen'i Freight and Pass'r Agent,
Colu:mbia, S. C.
Gen'l Pr ssenger Agent.
.H. DRAKE, Acting Gen'l Freight Agt.
et. 12, 41-6t.
EilfS AD 113!
satifuli ALBUMS, large and smalL.
autiful SCRAP BOOKS, plain and fangy,
auti:ul DSSKS, gli priceg.
autiful WoR1K BOXES, handsome.
autiful ISKSTA NDS, all colors.
antitul PAPER WEIGHTS, unique.
LARGE LOT OF
MCL AUGHLIN'S TOY BOOKS,
Ed a variety of other goods, making my
k the largest and best ever exhibited In
- if you don't see what you want, ask
THos. F. GRENEKER,
Proprietor Herald Book Store.
p. 28, 39-tf.
.1 p>'rsoris holding demands against the
e of time late Mrs. Christina Mills are
ired to have the same proved as the
lirec's, to either one of the undersign
within the next thirty days; and all
>ns indebted to said estate are required
ake immediate paymient to the under.
:d. A. B. MIELLS,
Ex.nutrs f te lst P. BL AIR,
i xmtr ftels"will and testa
;of Ems. Christina Mills, deceased.
t. 4. 1882. 40-5t.
S (. daLBREATH. jW. ERNEsT MERCHANT.
RLBREATH & MERCHANT,
.torneys -at -Law, ]
N E WBE RR Y, S. C.
F Will practice in tbe State and Fed
Jourts. Aug. 10, '32-6m.
El YOK HOPPR N
erybodr is delighted w th the tasteful i
>eautiful seleclon made by Mrs. La- d
who has MEERa JAILED to pleare her e
mers. New Fall circular just issued. .J
ess MRS. ELLEN LAMAR,
877 Broadway, New York.
V. n1 48-t
. O.. BAR']~
The largest Importer-, of Foreign Fruits in the
And everything else that a first class Wh<
Country Orders Filled wii
Oct. 19, 41-6m.
J. S. CL4
NEW BOOT, SHOE, I
Store Lately Oeespled as Pei
MAIN STREET, - - -
Oct. 5, 4+ -1m.
Grand Offer for the ne
$850 Square Grand Pfai
PIANO STYLE 32 "
scale, beautiful carve" legs and lyre. heavy ,serpe
iron frame. French Gru nd Action, Grand Hamm41
can in any way tend to the pertection of the instrt
~-Our price for this instruent, boxed an'
cars at New York. with fine Piano Cover, Stool an
Just reduced from our late wholesale, factory prie
by ar, the greatest bargain ever ofered the mu
Tremendotis demand for this style!I Send is your
This Piano will be sent on 15 days test trial. P
money with order. Cash sent with order will be
both ways if Piano to not just as represented. Sec
160 up. Over 15,000 in use. and not one dissatisfie
fore buying. Handsome Illustrated Piano Catstog
timonials ever awarded any piano manufacturer.
SHEET MUSIC at one-third price. Catalogue of
sent for 3c. stamp.
MEN D E
Jun. 8, 2s-ly.
Dry Goods and .i itt>s.
Ben H CIie& C. eoer
We take great pleasure in informing our my
friends and the public generally, that we pleai
ire prepared this season TO EXHIBIT A Will
LARGER AND MORE ATTRACTIVE dersi
STOtK OF to ci
Ihan we have done before.
Our stock is now abouat COMPLET'E, al
bough every day we are making new ad-:O
ditrioos which will be kept up through the --
Plaids and Stripes,
- Bed Flannels,
Black Casbhmerei', 4
Black Dress Silk, AND
Black Trimmning Silk,
joored Trimming Silk, S
81 rot,ade Silk.
Colored Brocade Silk,
Biack Satin, GOO.
We invite special attention te.our - Jul
sents' FaruIshing Departuent, T
which is now complete.
Polite and courteous attention given to
ve.ry visitor, whether purchaser or not.
When viiting the City don't fail to call
nd saee us. Pr
R IL 0Hi & 00. E
Sep. 7. 36-f. Fo
LAND FOR SAL1E. bids.
We will sell at public outcry on tbe first Sei
londay in November ,next, at Newberry -
i., that tract or plantation of land lying
Newoerry County, containing One Hun
red (14.0) Acres, more or less, and bound- ,ON
d by 1 nds of Win. E. Welch, J. W. Crouch, Pare
oseph M. Ward anid Joo. R. Spearmnan. -hiighe
Terms of Sale-CASH.. IFurni
- JULIA A AGNRW. gy an
(Jmt 12 4-1-41 Oct
>N, S. C.
aouth, offer for sale a well selected
lesale Fruit Store should have.
[AT AN-D FUR
11teendsr, Shoe Rtor.
it 60 days only.
as for only $20.
mee, anemMyanalane, g.ag, 7fCo
te ag.fe,our new patsat ovrZn
ntine and larg tta moulding, .
n, in fact, every improent which e
ment, has been a4d.Y
delivered on board $OA )
e, t5, fto days only. This is now"
dical public. sunceess.
order at once. not lee this rare
lease send reference if you do not senad -
efunded and freight paid by ua: -
era! o'her special a:n Pisces,
I purchaser. Dont to write asbe
ne. mailed free, gisnfethe tes
Every Piano llywam for
3,000 choice pieces of popular Muio
.SSOHN PIANO CO.,
P. O. ,z 2,068, 8EW YOUR CTY.
Gen8emea and Youths
Who Would Make
A Good Appearance
rould state to those who wast nice-ft.
I have in stock the most choic selec
seen in this city. My soa, wb4 has~
cutting at one of the &st enstoa
e in NetwYork,is with ane, and wih -
foreman, Mr. H.gg, wiRl be able to
e the most fastidious of my cnsomrs.
also make to order Dress Shirta, 'Un
airts and Drawers. Is cosesmnothing .
t. 12, 41-cf.
irthe Next Sixty Days
WILI.MAKESPECIAL PUCES I
En all Our LAne. of
har Bargain Table
ains several handred pieces of CL.OT.
and other goods which will be
I Without Regard to Cost
Jur TLar-ge Stockt of
WITH SHI2TS A SPECILTY,)
ffered at prics thatecannot fail to
e have in each of our lines some ODDS -
ENDS which we are deterreined to
LL OR GIVE AWAY.
1) BARGAINS await any who can use
me andee us, apd we will -tell you
are are selling so cheap.
2. 15, 24-tf.
CGEORGETow & Lasas B.. R. Co.,
G(oaows, S. t'., Sept. lst, 1882.
.posal r invite Until October the
>r-ox., for the constzsaction of thera-.
r The Georgetoa-n & Lae R~~"
n-red by survey and estimate of Maj.
W. Earle, Engineer.
- pecifieations and all other informa
l.ddresst undersigned. The Com-.
reevs right to reject any or a --
Pres't. G. & L. R. R.
FRIDAY, 20th OCT., at Beth Eden
<s bidder, my Household and Kitches
Lure ; alsio a good Piano, Horse, Beg
d Harness, an extra Milch Cow, &c.