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HOS. F. GRENEKER,
W. H. WALLACE, EDITOR
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 18
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terests of the people of this County and
_State. It circulates extensively, and x
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vantages. For Terms, see $rst page.
The State Ticket.
HUGH 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 INSFECTOR-GENERAI
A. M. MANIGAULT.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION
FOR CONGRESS, THIRD DISTRICT:
D. WYATT AIKEN.
i FOE THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
WILLIAM D. HARDY.
JEFFERSON A. SLIGH.
- =GEORGE JOHNSTONE.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE:
JACOB B. FELLERS.
FOR COUNT Y C0IMISSIONERS:
ANDREW J. LIVINGSTON.
JOHN DRAYTON SMITH.
FOR SCHOI.L COMMISSIONER:
JAMES C. BOYD.
EUCLYDUS C. LONGSHORE.
The Republican County c
Saturday was nearly equally
vided on the question .of mak
nominations. Those opposing nc
inations gave as their reason
doing so, that there was no eha:
for the election of such a tic]
The minority, led by D. H. Maff
..-were eager for nominations ; f
: by the aid of the Chairman f
Secretaries, who were the tools
the minority, came near carry
their point, and would have di
so but for the fact that the mai
ty, seeing the tricks played aI
them, left the Convention and the
Sby -reduced that body below'
guorum. Among those favor
~. nominations were D). H. Maff
S OranTgs Maffett, Simu Young, I
ucho Boyd, Jim Henderson,
S Himes, Jesse Brooks and Frank
THcks Among those oppos
S nominations were Henry Kenne
B. B. Wilson, David F. Lyles,
S W. Nance, Chas. Brown, Munu
S Long and Newton Darby. "2
Convention was at times noisy.,
- or the most part the proceedii
were orderly. Most of the de
Sgates appeared to be "at sea." S
speeches were mild and temnpert
jexcept those made by Maffett,
~'Principal of the Hoge School. ]
' were violent and abusive in
'-In his tirade he abused the d
~.ocratic party for disfranchising,
Sthe Registration Law, 60,000 <
Sored voters in the State. 'l
Begistration Law does not disfr
chise anybody. These 60,000,
whatever the real numaber may
~have disfranchised themselves
their own crim*es. The object
Sthat such persons as Maffett has
the Registration Law is, thai
prevents those from voting who:
not entitled to vote.
C\e charges the democrats w
g the social progress of
negro. If he means that they
~.pose social equality the charge
-true, and will always be true.
He charges them with opposi
the politi cal progress of the neg
Tepolitical progress that st~
men s Maettwants is that wh:
oud put the State back un<
~negro rule. The democrats
oppose this sort of progress ; a
will oppose it to the last extreii
He charges them with opposi
the educational progress of the :
gro. Maffett claims to be an
telligent negro ; and he knows ti
the Constitutional 2 mills sch
tax was adopted, by Demnocra
voters and ratified by a democre
Legislature ; that nearly the wh
of this tax is paid by the wh"
-and that the colored people reap
- nuch advantage from this tax
-the whites do. He himself is1
~principal teacher of a school wh
over one hundred colored child2
are enjoying the benefits ~of t
*tax, and his support is drawn fr
'the same source.
* Such talk as Maffett indulges
can do no good to his race.
purpose is to array the bla<
against the whites. But fortuna
ly for the colored people of t]
-County, however ignorant they n
Kbe, they have more sense than to
The editor of the News and Cou- 1
r.r is authority for the statement
that there is an actual white voting
_ majority in every Congressional
District in the State except the 7th. t
He must mean that. the whites have 1
a majority of the registered voters.
We have been' informed by a
mnmber of the State Executive
Committee that there are 15,000't
more black registered voters in the
State than white. How important
2. then that the full democratic vote
be polled !
in- Go to the polls early, and stay
a there. There is no telling how
ad. much can be accomplished on olec
tion day by bard work of the right
Judge Pressly decided at Or
angeburg last week that persons
convicted of either grand larceny
or petit larceny are disqualified
Let Newberry County distinguish
herself next Tuesday by giving a
full vote for the democratic ticket.
McLane has returned from Wash
ington, bringing his tickets with
Mr. J. R. Lawson, of Kingstree,
committed suicide Sunday by
shooting himself with a pistol;
cause, bad health.
The suit of Miss Beulah Can
ninghiam against Orion P. Good
win, in Laurens, for breach of pro
mise, has been settled by the mar
riage of the parties.
FOR THE HERALD.
(Being a Series of Pea and Ink Sketches of
Familiar Forms and Faces in our Midst.)
ng BY Ti\TORET.
for PORTRAIT NO. 2
2ce Is in complete contrast to No. I in
:et. asmuch as he is of a very fair com
Att, plexion, and features of alassic mould.
ad He is not of a Southern clime, being
nd transplanted from Northern Virginia,
and originally of Scandinavian descent,
. his immediate ancestors being Swed
ong isb, on the paternal side at least. He
ne has been amongst us for a good many
>ri. years, his advent here beiug nearly
simultaneous with the opening of the
College before the war, and was for
re- several years one of its professors; but
a for a number &f years past he has been
ng the efficient principal of our Female
it Academy, where his services both to
a-patrons an.d pupils have been most ac
eeptable, owing Dot only to his pro
Joe ficiency and acquirements but also to
L- his general deportment and genial
ng manners. His instincts as well as
gy, breeding are in the highest .degre
B. those of a gentleman, which are mani
-fested in his every day actions though
ion in the most quiet and unobtrusive
'he manner possible. His temper is ap
>ut parently very equable and smooth,
s thoog.h there is plenty of spirit lying
-perdu under that outwardly calm ex
e-terior which only requires an egeiting
~he cause to bring it out, but it must be
~te, something out of the common way to
he do it. There is no superfluous passion
fls ready to break out like volcanic out
bursts for inadequzate causes. The
bhe kindliness of his nature is aiso a coun
teracting influence to prevent any such
in- eruptions and to suggest forbearance
by where the temper may be tried. It is
o-this element of his nature that makes
him universally acceptable as a social
'he unit, and he is intensely social without
n- being the least obtrusive. His general
or cultivation and extensive information
be, render him an agreeable and instruct
by 'ye cou;panion. especially as egoism
does not enter largely or et all into his
nconversation, and he is not offensively
to antagonistic in the expression of his
it opinions. He has considerable- criti
.cal acumen and an analytical order of
emind which is prone to dissect and
see the true ln'ardgess of a writer or
th author and to test his merits rehe:.ber
~he as poet or prose writer. I take it he
p.knows what is true poetry and what is
is not, and has a very severe standard
by which he tries .their claims, and
would, perhaps, startle ordinary read
ngers and some who are not ordinary by
ro. his clashing and slashing criticisms of
chi some of the popular favorites who seem
[ch firmly enthroned upon their lofty
ei pedestals, and hiave received undis
rturbed homage and worship from the
do popular herd and sweet plaudits from
nd the vox populi, while they complacent.
ty. ly wear their laurels and look down
serenely upon ordinary mortals from1
gtheir supernal heights. Come down1
:e- Lcngfellow and Tennyson and hide
in- your diminished heads. You have
ist been weighed in the balances and1
:>o1 found wan;;ing. Come to the front
tic Edgar Allen Poe, for yog haye stood
.the test. You are the true child of
tic genius. You have the divine affiatus.
ole You were born in the purple, erring
es, and unhappy though you were. Your
as right and title were divine but you
were the sport of misery and misfor
as tune and did not wear the ermine or
;he the royal robes of office. vYou were I
are the prince without the throne, for yout
-en were weak thouigh you were strong,
sand like the unhappy Chatterton your
sun went down in gloom and tempest
as though your high gifts were the
envy of fortune. Like that weak but
in splendor loving King of England, the<
[ts second Richards wb.o was deprived of1
his throne by Henry Bolingbroke,
whose birthright and title were not as<
good as his, you too were dethroned byt
sa power stronger than genius and yout
ay succumbed to a vice. But to return r
be to our subject, he seems to be a fixture a
amongst us now far- the haanne d
ife. Some years agA he was success- ni
'ul in winning the heart and hand of W
ne "f our mrst attrs'tive belltA. whose di
)e::uty, intelligence, spright!i:-- and
)iqtlaney are rarely c". ;eint'
he eld'-t of three si>ter=. ali -i whom
lave quite an uoeonrnon share .
>wauty and attractiveuess. Out fair
i:ie boy is the only .urvivin_ ~
prina of this congenial union. I~
ldest. a very interesting child. ai ::
)oy, having been carried off by dilp!:
heria several years ago.
(T) be Courinud )
That feeling of languoa and debilty
bat follows physical exertion, r'
noved by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
FOR TuE HERALD g
MESSRS. EDITURS: I- am a.lana+
watr, been one from t,y borth and
spect to coitiuuer in the same line !
ndeafnightly. I seldom rite for-noos. b
>apers, but bein' interested in New
erry and luvin' all my bretherin and
>isterin there, I want them to no some
;bin' about what I am seeing here in "
.harleston. The beautifullest ships
usan ever sce are on King Streer. f t
ahey are perfectly gorgeou?, and the w)
wimcu, lovely creeturs, are as thick re
eeves in a man's front yard in the
awl, pervided there are a tree thar
Eow I look at them and gaze until
ny site is obscured by teers-teers of
joy that I don't have to foot their ar
ills. The Dutch korner groceries th
2ere are more of institoosbuns than ha
he caliker shops, every korner has its
won, two, or three of them, and what the
olks who live on crackers and cheese M
wood do without the korner groceries
>nzzles me It is wunderful. Rice
ad fish are another diet down here,
td these are peculiar to the darkeys, th
tod when a Charlest,n darkey passes al
rou an the street you can almost fancy re;
rou here the rice rattlin' agin the Ol
My fren's and neighbors will be
,leased to here that the charming, in
e!ligent Miss Annie Arnold has shuf- wi
led orph the coil of singleness and as
,ook on the bonds of materimony. o
kou remember this young lady spent ad
otne time in your midst last suatmer, of
md made many hearts sore when she so
eft. The deed is activally done, she liv
were married last Thursday night at
zalf arter nine, accordin' to the Epis- on
terple rights, and she looked as pretty I
tnd sweet as a pair of red shoes with
)lue strings. I forgot to say that her
Dame is nOw Metts, Mrs. John Metts,
which is her husband's name. It
mejuntly followin' the cerembny, was
)rot in a huge cake, a Bride's cake,
ad wine, these were partook of by
3verybody in the room, not one havin'
the hart to refuse. The eatin' of
:ake and drinkin' of wine was inter
3sting. Then there was 60 or 70 y
minutes of talkin' and jokeing, arter y
which there gere a weddin' supper
which in pint of profushnu, variety -
and elegance could not be ezcelled. I
am glad I were there, Messrs. Editurs, C
to as to be able to kronikle a very at
bappy and charming event. Sich a
uttin' and slashin' of roast pig. tur- S
key, ham and other things I never ta
teed before, and rite at the bed of the so
:able set the beautiful bride in her W
white dress and vail, it.were a prettyb
site. She et pig and turkey just like
he rest uv us. The cost of the sup
per and all the other preparashbus
wood run the HERALD for months. I 0s
am very sorry for the young men who Bs
Eell in luv with this young lady last c8
summer, and wood not now lacerate c~
:ar feelin's, but truth has kompelled B
me to tell lv what I soed with my G
>wn eyes. Peeli& very much over-G
>ome with this recital, I will rite no HH
nore, and remain your L
THIN SI'CE. 0:
The Height of Folly.
To wait until you are in bed with
lisease you may net get over for
noths, is the height of folly, when I
ou might be easily cured during the
~arly symptoms by Parker's Ginger
Lonic. We have known sickly faua
lies made the healthiest. by a timely sr
se of this pure medicine.-Observer ar
AitR for Mlahone in Virginia. te
Somebody has got copies of several
etters which have passed between
he chairman of the Republican Corn
nittee and prominent Republicans
d others regarding the campaign,
L'd a portion of them are published. R1]
)ne is from Mr. Hienderson, the sec
etary of the committee, to Mr. Hub
ell, and reads as follows;:
IEADQ'RS IREPUBLICAN CoN. COMx., O
520 THIRTEENTH ST., N. W.,
ASHINGTON, 1). C , Oct. 6, 1882.
Hion. J. A. HUBBELL, Fifth Aye
iue Hotel, New York-Dear Judge : cr
wrote General Mahone a few days
mgo as to what lhe thought the capi
ation tax of Virginia should be.
enclose his answer and call your~ at
ention to the last paragraph of bis
etter. For God's sake do not let
his report that Mr. Chandler brings
ne be the closing of your work. You V
nust make a break among the capi
Hastily and cordially yours,
2. B. HENDERSON, -
Mahone's letter was as follows
ASHINOTON, D. C., Oct. 2, 1882.
My Dear General : Thanks for your
:stee'ed note of 38th ult. I will be1
ble to give the desired information
arly next week. We ought to have
ep at the earliest day now. No
ime to lose. Yours truly,
Here is another from Henderson to
lubbel, dated Headquarters, Ocet. 5 ,
Hon. J. A. HUBBELL, Fifth Aye
lu Hotel, New York City : I en
lose a letter from Chairman Brady,
which shows how pressing Virginia c
aatters are. While I am not in favor
f letting this into their hands until
he 15th, still you can see that the
ime is near at hand. In that State
lone we will need at least $25,000,
eording to estimates of Col. Brady.
merely inclose this for your infor
rion. How are you getting along?
i:t have you done so far? Cor
P. B. 11ENDERSON.
This is the letter alluded to :
]UBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMIITTEE.
Chairman. J-' D. Brady.
Secretary, M. V. Hazlewood.
PETERSBURG. VA.. Oct. 4, 18S2.
Col. 1). B. HENDERSON, Secretary
tional Republican Com., Washing
u, D. C.-My Deai Colonel: At
consultation with a few of our
)st influential friends I find that it
now too late to make the move in
e Fourth District suggested. As to
rgensen. If you should see Jor
nsen before I return to Washington
Monday next, please advise him.
is of vital importauce to our cause
at we should receive financial help
thin the next five days, and I sin
rely trust that your committee may
able to favorably respond.
Very truly yours.
JAMES D. BRADY.
There are other letters of the same
ture supposed to be in the bands of
!ae prominent Democrats who re
se to disclose the sources frou:
ich they came. Some startling
relatious are promised later on.
The youthful color and a rich lustre
restored to faded or gray hair by
e use of Parker's Hair Balsam. a
roless dressing highly esteemed for
perfume and purity.
ahone Assessing the Women
WASINGTON, O.t. 2:3.- What do
I women employees in the depart
nt do. when Mahone's circular
ches them ?' was asked by a Post
'Cry !' was the laconic response.
hen they call him a scoundrel.'
One lady from Virginia, a widow
th six children,-on a ,75 salary, was
essed $45. When she received the
cular she burst into tears. She was
vsed to appeal to Mr. Dallas, Chief
the nead Letter 0 ce. She did
and represented her struggles to
e on her salary, and inability to
y. He said it was a shame and au
trage, and told her to go to Frank
we, who is the virtual head of the
st Office Department. Mr. Howe
ard her pitiful story, and told her
at her only chance was to appeal to
And if T refuse to appeal to him or
y it, will you protect me ?' she asked.
That 1 cannot do,' he renli;d.
Senator Mohone's wife has a cousin
io is in the Post Office Department
a $900 salary. She was born is
irginia, but appointed from New
ark. She has not been assessed.
It has been clearly established that
itarrh is a blood poison; therefore,
y remedy that is a perfect blood
rifier will cure this disease. S. S.
is the remedy, being surely vege
ble, and has been known to cure
me of the worst cases in afew
~eks. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. 28, 1882.
List of advertised letters for week ending
t. 28, 1882:
ad bnrn. P. M. Price, J. G. (2)
ristia, Kate Prissock, Alonzo L.
nuon, 8. C. Pitts, John S.
nnon, Chesly IRutherford. Walter
ps, John Roberson, Mrs. Lou
oner, John Suber, Mrs. E. T.
ulman, Dina Sims, John P,
ulman. A. H. Smith, Mrs. R. C.
dlln, G.. M. Senn, Mrs. X.
>gg, L6uis Thomson, Jane
ingshore, L. F. Thomson, Sallie
:arn, Anther 'Wilson, Press
Parties calling for letters wIll please say
advertised. E. W. BOONE, P. M.
Can Tell You How to Be
Your Own Jioctor !
[f you have a bad taste in your mouth,
Ilowness or yellow color of skin, feel de
ondent, stupid andI drowsy. apnDetite un
sady, freqneat headache or dizziness, you
e ''bilious." Nothing will aronse your
ver to act on and strengthen up your sys
)r Liver and Kidney Cure.
DISPELS SICK H EAD ACH E.
ClP.ES JA UNDICE.
CUE LIVER COMEL AINT.
'ERe MA LARIAL BLOOD PoTSONING.
REGULATES THE STOMACH.
WILL REGULATE THE LIVER.
WILL REGULATE THE BOWELS.
THlE LIVER AND KIDNEYS
.n be kept perfectly healthy in any ell
mate by taking an occasional dose of
SIMMONS' IIEPATIC COMPOUND,
THE GREAT VEGET&BLE
LIVER AND KIDNEY MEDICINE.
DOWIE & MOISE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
*t FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. -U
1v. 2, 44-ly.
. P. GOGGANs. D. 0. HERBERT.
BOGGANS & HERBERT,.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
"Strict Attention to Business."
BAN AN A S,
COANUTS AND ORANGES,
And Wholesale Dealer in
ApplIes, Potatoes, Onions, &ic.
215 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
r Country orders solicited and satisfac
A LARGE THREE STC
Only Hotel with Elect
Only Hotel witi
CENTRAL OFFICE OF T
This commodio is and spuciou4 Hotel is
The Furniture of every description is N
persons patronizing ihe e"stablishm!ent at it
The Rooms in thit Hotel are spacious,
Hotel in the up country.
One of the Best Sample Roons in the S
All horses cntrusted to our c. re will be
The Table shill be furni hed with iht s
Sla vin t se red th e services o f a IRi
nish the Pu',ic with :he F\INE T QU..I I
i~ TICE ! T'.
EACI-I TICKEi T0 GO<
CAKiES " n!4i - '
CA2NDIEiS at loweet ag~uies,n-mU
Also, a LArg.- Srosn
Orders for the above will receivc
Nov. 2, 44-cf. U N D E
NEw:r1d.v, S. C., Nov. 1, lbts.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named persons are hereby appointed Mana
gers for their respective voting precincts
in Newberry County to conduct tie election
to be held on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
'th, 1892, for State Officers, ul-on the spe
cial questions, to wit: Three Amendments
to the St. te Gonstitution, to be submitted
to the people, and for three Representa
tives, one School Commissioner, one Pro
bate Judge, three County Commissioners
and one Goroner, in accordance with law,
Newberry-Frank W. Fant, Leland M.
Speers, John N. Bass.
Gibson's Store-H. C. Wilson, James
Hutchinson, Benjamin F. Cannon.
Maybinton-W. V. Lyles, D. A. Thomas,
W. 0. Aughtry.
Cromer's Store-W. 0. Cromier, Joseph
C. Hargrove, John J. Suber.
Jalapa-F. A. Schoumpert, C. W. Buford,
John C. Gary.
Longshore's S'ore-Jamnes H. Aull, Jo
seph F. Burton, John A. Wertc.
Williams' Store-A. J. Teague, Oceola
T. Holloway, James .W. Tribble.
Dead Fall-Latimer W. Long, D. W.
Stewart, D. B. Worts.
Prosperity- C. F. Boyd, J. L. Wise, Jno.
Joliv Street-Geo. M. Wilson. John Fea
gle, J. C. Neel.
Pomaria-John A. Cromier, Charles P.
Dickert, Daniel P. Werts.
Glymphville--J. B. Heller, J. B. Crooks,
S. J. Wood.
-The said Managers are requested to qual
ify at once and call for boxes, poll lists, in
structionis, &e , at the office of George S.
Mower, on or before Monday, November
J. Y. CULBRE ATH, Chairman.
GEO. 8. MOWER,
Corr.missioners of ilectiori for state and
County Officers for Newberry County.
The following persons have been ap
pointed as Managers of the Congres
Newberry-H. H. Evans, I. W. Wal
ter, G. B. McWhirter.
Gibson's-P. B. Sligh, Jno. Brown,
May binton-J. F. Qzner, J. H. irby
Cromer's-Clayton Abrams, James
D. Johnson, Jno. C. Duckett.
Jalapa-T. H. Chaslmers, Thompson
Conner, D. Walhter Barre.
Longsbore's-P. B. Workman, Chas.
J. Floyd, P. C. Smith.
Williams'-James R. Irwin, J. 0.
Dickert, G. C. Ridlebuber.
Dead Fall-Thbos. P. Blair, Jno. C.
Sebump6rt, G. Burt Rieagin.
Prosperity-J. S. Perrin, Robt. Bruce,
J. C. Cook.
Jolly Street-G. A. Mills. Jacob B.
Livingston, M. Luther Kinard.
Pomiaria-W. F. Koon, J. B. Suber,
P. M. Derrick.
Glymphville-J. B. Heller, J. B.
Crooks, S. J. Wood.
The above Managers are requested to
qualify at once and call for boxes, poil
lists, instructions, &c., at the ofuce of Jas.
K. P. Goggans.
G. G. SALE, Chairman,
JAS. K. P. GOGGANS,
Commnissioners or Election for Conigress
man from the 0d S. C. District.
Nov. 2, 44-I t.
I will make a -f.nal settlement on the es
tate of Patrick gcott, deceased, in the office
of the Probate Court for. Newberry County
the 6th day of December next, at 10 o'clock
A. M., and immnediately thereafter will ap
ply for final discharge as Administrator of
JNO. R. THOMPSON,
Nov. 2, 44-5t Adm'r., &c.
I will sell at private sale my plantation
of Three Hundred and Forty (340) Acres,
more or less, lying in Township No. 8 of
Newberry Country, near Beaterdiam Creek,
and bounded by lands of Mrs Thos. M.
Paysinger, F. Werber, Sr., I. U. Boulware
and Dr. D. A. Cannon. The land will be
sold in a body or divid-:d into tracts to suit
purchasers Further information as to said
land can be obtained from my brothers Jno.
C. Goggans and Jas. K. P. Coggans.
ELIZABETH S. HERBERT.
RY B .ICK BUILDING.
ric Bells in Newberr;
i Cistern Water.
?Y. S. C.
now open .nd fully prepared to entertain
ew, and no effort will be spared to make
vell lighted, and the best ventilated of f
well cared for at Christian & Smith's Stab]
)O PER DAY.
ery-bcst. Nov. 2, 44-ly
-CL ASS BAKER I am n.ow prepared to J
"ro - s.OO
c: - .25
)D FOR ONE LOAF.
nd Shapes, at Reduced Prices.
factured at my establishment, and guat
Foreign and Domestic
rompt attention, a.;d be Delivered FREE.
R NEW OPERA HOUSE.
BAKERY afd CONEECTIONEE
(AT CREDE'S OLD STAND.)
At my Bakery the people of Newbe:
1 and surrounding country can always f
LOAF BREAD--Wheat, Ry
0AI(ES, PIES, CANDIES, &
I make my Bread from the best qua]
My Candies I manufacture myself,a
warrant that they are pure.
Cakes for weddings or parties made
order on short notice and neatly iced a
Thankful for past patronage, I ask a ci
tinuance of the same.
P. W. HILKER.
Oct. 26, 43-10t.
Columbia & Greenville R. ]
South Carolina Agricultur
and Mechanical Association
At COL UMBIA, S. C.,
NOVEMBER 14 15, 16 and 11, 181
The following rates of fare for Rot
Trip will be operated by :bis Company.
TIKEAon sale 13th, 14th, 15tha
16,th. Gr~o i to;20th, viz.:
ROtUND TRIP - F.TwEE.N coLUMBIA AND
Frost's M?iils, SO 50 P'elzer, $
Montgomry's, 90~ Piedmont, 2
Bookmian's, 1 00, Gioidln Grove, 4
Littleton, I10 OGreenville, 41
Wallar'eville, 1 50:AnderTson, 3i
Aiston, 1 50 P'en dleton, 4~
Peake, 1 .30 Pec4yville; 4
Hopes, I 50 Seneca City, 4
Pomaria. 1 50) Walhalla, 4
Prosperity, 1 50 JIalapa, 1
New berry, 1 50 Martin's, 2
Helena, 1 50'Clinton. 2
Silver Street, 1 Go~ Park's T. 0., 2
Dyson's, 2 10OBlair's, 1
Nmnety-Six, 2 25,Lyles Ford, 1
New Market, 2 45 Shelton, 1
Greenwood, 2 50 Fish Damn, I
Hodges', 2 80 Santuc,
Abbeville, 3 20 Uniot, 1
Donnal1d's; .3 10 Jonesville, 2
Hioaca Path, 3 25Paolet, 2
Belton, - 3 50 Cedar~ Springs, 2
Williamston, 3 70j Spartanburg, 2
All articles in tended for exhibition (ri
horses excepted) will be transported free
Prepay Freight at shipping point, a
upon presen1tation of receipted Freight B
and Certificate of Secretary of Fair As
ciation that the article has been exhibit<
money wiil be refunded.
For further information. address
Aas't Gen'i.Freight and Pass'r Agent,
I Columbia, S.
Gen'l Passenger Agent
J. HI. DR.AKE, Aeting Gen'i Freight A
Oct. 12, 41 - t.
JAMES Y. CULBRELATH. lW. ERNEsT MERCI1~
CUL.BREATH & MERCHANT,
'AttorMeys - at - Lav
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Er Will practice in the State and F<
eral Counts. Aug. 10, .32-6m.
Notice to Creditors
Thme creditors oh Dorcams E. Calmes, lat<
deceased, are reque*st-d to prs.-nt th
claims, proper!' alt.e5t,ed. to tOe or to
A t!orney. Jas. k. ,'. Gogns. Esq . on
before the 19tb day of November next.
FRED. N. CALMES,
Oct. 19, 42-5t Executor,
A School large enoucth to justify t.
ladies who will teach E,glish branch,
Latin. Music on Piano, Organ and Guit
Kindergarten System, Calisthenics a
For further information, inquire at
Sept 28, 3-_,r
HART & C(
, I,ADOW DISC PULVEJ
TBOMAS SMOOTHING, THOMAS
THE AMERICAN BARBED FENCE W
Genuine Farmers' Friei
STEEL BULL TONGUES. SCOOTERS
BOLTS, GRASS RQDS. SINGLETREF
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, CARPE.
ISTS' and BLACKS|
all --A FINE ASSOE'
al MUZZLE AND BREEC
es KEMP'S MANURE AND COl
The VeaMat ltrrw- f
tion since Lhe ia,ro
duction of the Rose
perand Xo ea
HAR~oITo b &wn o0. -
o. 2 i.,23-y o.'.O..: r
"I o r aih7 che w-t :,,r in c ..u tac . oy \./ A- tttOO~.~e
~orerL .:v: toa.mr7 0%,' . ez-r.: . l. eito.oo'
o!1. ad te& wbtter uu o....,y it ud to "i ".iddfo Omb b
l: t Y'dso " :i toato.!OOna' :-.i fata at'S "te 040t?
r iarL an7m a?ount d o e r f rc: a t Cotro .A i, u.or o. tro-Aeo aci
NEW B00T, SIIOE,
Store Lately Occupied as P
e' MAIN STREET, - - -
ity ,Oct. 5, 40--im.
Gorand Offer for the nl
$850 Square Grand Pia
YEPIANO STYLE 3 Magnificent rosewood
aeulei!to a,S w .f .:. 2a taes fulSlmd tet anrot:
scle beutiful carved legs and lyre, heavy seri
ie irofrae, pFrench Gand Action, Grand Hamm
can in any way tend to the pertection of the inst
os Onr price for this Instrument, boxed ai
car.s atNw York, with fine Piano Covet-. Stool a
JuAt from our late whole-ale, factory pr
y ar, the greatest bargain ever oifered the i
Tremendotti demand for this style ! Send in yot
This Piano will be sent on 15 days test trial.
money with order. Cash sent with oi:der will be
both ways if Piano is not just as represented. S<
$160 up. Over 15,000 In use, and not one dissatisfl
Ifore buying. Handsome Illustrated Piano Catai
ltipnonials ever awarded any piano manufactart
SHEET MU'SIC at one-third priec Ctalogue<
sent for 3c. stamp.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
80 Thios. M. Lake vs. Jordan P. Pool.
00 By virtue of an execution to m~e directed Ja
30 in the above tteed cse, I will sell, at
~Newberry Court House, on the First Mon
50 day (Sale day) in November next, within
55 the legal hours of sale, at public outcry,.
75to the highest bidder, ali that House and he
00 Lot, situate in the Town of Newbe.rry, con- be
05 iaining One-half Acre, more or less, and 1.
25 bounded on the South by Johnstor-e Street, i
i West by lot of Mrs. D. W. T. Ki"ler and
5o Nor'h by Friend S:reet, now oceaied by|
50 Dr. E. C. Jones. -les
SI will r.s sel, at the sanme time and bo
70 place, one other House and Lot, diturte in an
05 the Toirn of Newberr-y, conatainhzo One.-8
20 half Acre, more or less, and boumdtd on
a the West by lot above described, on the to
$o North by Friend Street, East by Hiolman m<
ce Stree, and South by Johnstone Street. at
Levied on as the property of Jordan P. da
nd Pool. P O
ill, TERIs-All cash. Purchaser to pay for
io. papers. D. B3. WF,EELER, S. N. C.
"d, Sherifs O ice, Oct. iSh, 1882. 42-P
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
C. David Joijnsou, as Probate Ju4ge, vo. Sallie j
'L. Phifer and David R. Phifer.
In obedience to an order for fore.aiosure dra
gpassed herein Uy his Ho.nar ii. C. Pressly, ed
Circuit Judge, an 16th February, 1882,'1 Jo
- will sal, at Newberry Court House, on the
T- First Monday (Sale-day) in November next,
at public outcry, to the highest bidder,
within the legal hours of sale, all that tract
or plantation of land, situ tte, lying and be
1' oig in Newberry Couty and State afore
said, containing Two Hundred and Fifty
three Acres, more or less, and bounded byU
lands of Baruch Duncan, John Rice, J. L.
d-PhiIer and Absolam Shell.
Terms of sale as set forth in said order
__are as follows, to wit : One-third cash, bal
ance to be paid in, two equad annual instal.
ime.nts of one an~d two years witha interest
thereoni Irom day of sale, and upon default 16
rj beiing made in the payment of either of the
imstdmenta of the credit portion a resale at
or the risk of the lormner purchaser shall tak-e -
place at such time as the plaintiff herein
may indicate. Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. WBEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Oflice, Oct. 11, 1882 41-4t es'
SCotton --King-Cotton, Li
aThe patrons of the undersigned are re- pe
ri spectfully solicited to sell a small portion to
ad of the KIzsG, and settle up at once. I am sil
much in need of money, and know that
my patrons will relieve me.
I ~~~. F. 1JAvT NT 4
BUFFALO STANDAILD SCALES.
id and Avery Plows
TWISTERS. SHOVELS HEEL
'S. TIN WARE, 'WOOD WARE,
TE RS', COOPERS', MACHIN
El LOADING GUNS.
'TON SEED SPREADER.
Puierizer and Cart Combined.
I DrUiincottoeseedforeriersIt will ave r
the fabor eC
Do.m U. d.. .e,
or t ,g o e ,nb bt . 5.it~ ' e W e b u? . . n. u.r' Ira ?'
"xe o e.eu: 7 p t:tof nan e. Jdi at v.;:.t lZ='- ' ~.t .@ . _
oac."r am ty p.. F.aslt a efijuL"m. i " I: r: - .? r O cll
rjbi . " It t. l e . .--ere "n sr ' . . .-,:' a Wrl
KE3P & BURPEE 3F. C ., -, rCense
IT ALSO BROADCASTS.
- Charleston, S. Ca
RAT AND F
enitentiary Shoe Store.
NEWBERRY, S. C
i PIANO CO0
3x 60 days only.
ino for only $245,
case, elegantly finished', & sctngs,- 7f Oc
mnte agraffes, our new patent overstrung
entine and largee lan.'y mnouldingfu
ers, in facts every improvement which.
rume t, has been added.
d aok,vere i on board $245.00
ice, $2i5, for 60 da.ys only. This is now.
uisical public. Unprecedented success t
.r order at once. Do not lose this raros
Please send reference if yon do not send ' -
refunded and freight charges paid by us -
veral othier special Bargains: Pianos,
ed punrchaser. Don't fail to write abo.
>gue, m.iled tree, giving the highxesu tes
r, Every Piano fully Warranted for 6
f 3,000 choice pieces of popular Music, -'
:LSSOHN PIANO CO.
P.O0. Box 2,068, NEW YORKAT?
ATE OF SOUTE OAROLINA-.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
sB. Clary, Adni'r., vs. Sadni .Ree.
er and of.hers.
3y order of the Court, I wask self, as pub
outcty, before the Court House at Ne.
-ry, on the First Maonday in November.
i2, all that tract or plantation of land
ise in thie County of Newb'erry an&
te of South Carolina, containing 'Three
ntdred and-Thir-seven Acres. more or.
s, known a the Farrow Tract, anld
mnded by iands of Elizabeth A. Higgims
I other kinds of the estate of' F. B. Eit
ic .ind oteers.
P'ERMS-T!he purchaser will be required.
pay in c.nsh one-half of the purchae
ney, and to .'e;re the eslance, pa'.abWe
twelve months, '.tw- intere.-t frzo the
y of saae Ly a bond and mortgage of the~
,perty sol. and to p,y for. conveyance.
SIfAS JOtNSTONE, Master.
Haste-t' Offi,.e, 2 Oct., 18S2. 40t-5t
LAND FOR SALXn
We will sell at public outcry on the first
mday in November next, at Newberry
UL, that tract or planr.ation of land lying
Newbe.rry County, containing One Hun
'd (160t) Acre-s, more or less, and bound
by I -nds of Win. E. Welch,J. W. Croucha
teph 31. W'card and Jo. R. Spearman.
l'erms of Sale-CASH.
JULIA A ANEW.
DONNA STEP'HESS. 2
3et. 12, 41-4t.
OSNA BURC -
nd.ershirts and Drawers
Will Cure Rheumatism I ,~
And are manufactured by
i King St., - Chareste S. .
AT VF.iY REASONABLE RAT
)et. 19, 4:2-2m*
All persona holding demands- against the
ate of the late Mrs. Christina Mlls~ art
1'ired to have the same proved as tle
direct.s to either one of the-tindersign-..
within the n-xzt thirty days. and aDm
sons intdebtd to sai estate are reqjired
make insmediate paymenit to the. uur
nied. A. B. M,-ES "
as F4ectsors of the last will and -tS-,
nt o'f Mrs. Ohristina Mills, d'ceed.j