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'fHOS. F. GRENEKER,
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
!HURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1882
A PAPER FOR ITE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the hiahest respeet a Fam
fty Newspaper, devoted to the material in
49rests of the people of this County and the
Sate. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivaUed ad
nta or Terms, see arst page.
Nearly a Clean Sweep.
The next General Assembly will
be composed almost entirely of new
members. Whether the old mem
bers hadgot tired of office, or the
people had got tired of the old
members, we do not know in al]
cases; but we do know that i
very many cases the old memberi
wanted to go-back but could not.
The Senate is composed of one
Senator from each County, excep1
%rleston, which sends two-mak
ing 35 Senators. At the election s
few days ago 19 new Senators werE
chosen; 6 of these, Maxwell, ol
Abbeville, Benbow, of Clarendon
Coker, of Darlington, Moore, ol
Hampton, McCall, of Marlboro, and
Byrd, of Williamsburg, were i
the Senate last session; the other
14 are new men-one of the nev
ones being, of course, the Senatoi
The House is composed of 124
members, and these are all elected
every two years. Of the memberE
of the next House only 24 are old
members. They are Parker and
Gary, of Abbeville, Murray, of An
derson, -Gantt and Robinson, oJ
Beaufort, Simonton, Simons, Mears,
Ficken and McCrady, of Charleston
Spencer, of Chesterfield, Talberi
and Ward, of Edgefield, McMaster
of.Fairfield, Moultrie, of George
f,own, Morrison and Hutson, o:
Hampton, Smith, of Horry, Cly
burn, of Kershaw, Allison, of Lan
caster, Brooker, of Lexington, Sligl
and Johnstone, of Newberry, Sum
mars, of Orangeburg, Haskell ani
Marshall, of Richland, Keels, o
Sumter, McKissick, of Union, ani
Massey, of York.
It is a significant fact that ii
every County where the propose<
Constitutional amendment in refer
once to new Counties was discussei
by the news'papers the majorit;
was against it ; and in othel
Counties the majority was for it
Abbeville, Anderson, Laurens, Spar
tanburg, Chesterfield, Lexington
Oconee, Greenville and York, il
each of which Counties the ques
tion was discussed by the loca
papers, the majority against th
amendment was heavy. In man:
Counties the question was no
discussed at all, and the voter
had not considered the matter ; bu
on election day voted just suc1
tickets as the State Executive Comr
mittee furnished. And these tick
eta, we understand, were "yes" i:
all cases, except where the Count;
Chairmen asked specially for "noes.
The Executive Committee, fo
some cause or other, desired th
amendment adopted, and used it
official position to further than end
The Charleston .Zews and Cou
rier, and the Columbia Registe
also, were as silent as the grave o>
the subject ; and our recollectioni
that neither of these papers eve
explained to their readers what th
proposed amendment was. And il
Charleston and Richland the ma
jorities for the amendment wer
Moral: It is the bnsiness of newt
papers to discuss all public meaa
One of the practical resuits (
the Atlanta Exposition in 1881 wa
the establishment of the New El
land Manufacturers' and Mechanics
Institute. This Institute has a
ready held two expositions, and a
both there were numerous exhibit
of the products of the South, espe
cially of that portion along the bin
of the Richmond & Danville Rai
Roads. These exhibits have had
the effcct of exciting a new interes
in Southern enterprises, and hav
turned the attention of capitalist
with money to invest and of immi:
grants in this direction. The nex
exposition will be in September
1883, in Boston, and this is ex
peeted to be carried out on a grani
The defeat of the new Count:
Amendment was a severe blow tc
aspiring politicians. There were
many who favored the movement
from good motives; but the basis
of the matter was political -aspira
The State Fair
Last week is conceded to have
Oeen the best ever held. In the I
.lepartments where one looks for
the signs of enterprise and thrift- j
the Stock, Field Crops and Mechan- it
ical Departments-the exhibits were li
numerous and of a superior charac-'
ter. These exhibits afford proof 1
:.hat the agricultural and mechani
cal interests of 'the State are on
The attendance at the Fair was
'arger than ever before; indeed
'olumbia could scarcely hold the
(rowd. The jam was so great, and 1
there was so much inconvenience a
and trouble in securing comfortable;
i entertainment that the enjoyment
of large numbers of visitors was!
marred, and what was expected by
them to be a pleasure trip turned
out to be anything else. The rail
road trains, the hotels, the board
ing houses and the restaurants
were so crowded that many found
it impossible to get accommodations t
of any sort, and heartily wished
I themselves at home. It seems to
us that it would be far better to
have the Fair extend over two
weeks or more, and thu avoid the
rush and the jam that are necessary
under the present arrangement.
At the election of officers for the
ensuing year Mr. D. P. Duncan, of
Union, was re-elected President,
and Col. Thos. W. Holloway, of
Newberry, was re-elected Secretary.
Among -the Executive Committee
elected are Maj. Jno. K. Nance and i
Capt. J. S. Hair, of Newberry. I
The Matter of Rail Road Dis
Upon this subject we confess a
great deal of ignorance. - We do
L not know how railroads should be
t run; we do not know how freight I
tariffs should be regulated, nor
I what charges are exorbitant and
what are not. The Charleston peo
ple have been very liberal of late in
their charges of unjust discrimina
tions by the Richmond & Danville
Combination. There is a gen
F eral demand throughout the State
for a Rail Road Commission, such
- as Georgia has. Such a Commis
sion, if composed of men who un
- derstand the business, we believe I
i would be a wise measure. The
f next Legislature will very likely
I provide for such a Commission.
Mr. Geo. Johnstone, of Newberry,
will be a candidate for Speaker of
the House at the approaching ses
Mr.-Johnstone has been a mem
ber of the House since 1877, and
has served on some of the most im
portant committees during that
time ; for the past two years he has
been Chairman of the Ways and
Means, the most important commit
tee of the House. He is familiar
1with the rules of the House, and his
Sexperience in that body would en
able him to discharge the responsi
tble duties of. Speaker efficiently.
Newberry County would feel com
t plimented in the selection of Mr.
2Johnstone for this position.
The other candidates are Jas.
Simons, of Charleston, E. B. Mur
1ray, of Anderson, and W. H. Par
ker, of Abbeville.
Of Johnson Hagood, the retiring
r Governo:-, we desire to say, that he
egoes out of the Executive office
wit.h a record of which say man
-may well be proud. His term of
office has not been marked by any
r thing brilliant or dashing ; for there
2has been no occasion for it. The
duties of the office have been dlis
r charged conscientiously, ably and
e impartially, with no attempt at dis
play, no pretended State craft, no
Sskyrocketing of any sort ; but in a
e plain, simple business way, as an
honest, modest and capable man
'attends to his own business affairs.
'South Carolina has never had a
better Governor than Johnson Ha
good ; and the hearts of the people
Swill follow him into his retirement
s with sincere wishes for his future
Swelfare and prosperity.
l-The Legislature will meet next
t Tuesday. The newspapers are fill
s ed with advice to the members.
'- For the present, we have only three
e suggestions to make: 1st, Appro
Spriate a sufficient amount to pay
i the Commissioners, Managers and
t Clerks of Election, and all other
e necessary expenses in connection
s therewith ; 2nd, Repeal the Lien
- Law ; 3d, Abolish the Citadel and
t Ithe State University.
'One unfailing and unmistakable
evidence of the prosperity af the
people, and of the hopeful prospects
for the future, is the steady increase
in the price of real estate. Farm
ing 1s beg;nning to pay ; and as
long as the planting interests are
-prosperous the country is safe.
Ex-Gov. Colquitt, of Georgia, has
been elected U. S. Senator fors
years beginning March 4th nme-t r
A Cogent Reason.
We have no SDCCIal desire to be
,rstonal, hut we niy venturo to sug.
,t rilat the reason why (1 ,rleston I
d ..,t get, or retain, contr.! of the
If..-ads which are of special value to
was similar to the r.-a:.tn tl:at -
dividuals from buying wl:t ri'
ant. and from paving what the-y tww..
-Charleston News and Courir.
There is a story that runs svwe
hat as follows: A man ow% :.
oose that every day laid a g-i-len
:g. A golden egg each day. did
ot satisfy the owner-it was too
ow a process-so he killed the
oose in order t6 get all the eggs
t once. But h got only one egg
-and he lost the goose.
The political status of the net
louse will be as follows: Demo
rats 195, Republicans 123, Read
asters 5, Independents 2.
Capt. 0. P. Mills, of Greenville,
as purchased eighteen Jersey cat
Union has advertised for bids for IN
iuilding a handsome and costly D
E'own Hall. ko
Greenville County gave 195 votes th
or the amendment regarding new
ounties, and 2,685 against.
The city of Spartanburg has voted _
25,000 subscription for the Spar- E
anburg & Rutherford R. R.
A Big Success. , s
'My wife was in bed two years b
vith a complication of disorders her f
)hysicians could not cure, when I was
ed to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It
vas a big success. Three bottles
red her, at a cost of a dollar and
ifty cents, and she is now as strong
s any worau.-R. D., Bnffalo.
Demand it, and take no other iron N
?reparation except Brown's Iron Bit- d
ers. It is the best.
The Augusta Chronicle says:
New York epicures agree ,that the
aue fowl is the best of all chi -kens E
'or table use, and that its eggs are
ncomparably the finest.
Jesse James, murderer and thief, is
o have a costly monument. Henry
rimrod, poet, scholar and honest man,
3s not a stone to mark his place of -
The younger of the Rothschilds
iving at Frankfort on-the-Main makes P
>ath that his income is but 84,788,- 1
300 a year. The older fellows have t
ot been heard from. 1
M. Saint Paul has offered the
French Academy the sum of twenty- ,
lve thousand francs to found a prize ~
for the discovery of a cure for diph- a
theria. The competition is open to -
he world, and is not even confined to
the medical profession.
A party of about sixty persons,
converts to the Mormon faith, passed
through Atlanta Thursday, en route
to Utah Territory, where they will
hereafter reside. They were led by a n
full fledged Mormon apostle, who
gathered them together in the Caro-r
linas and Georgia.t
It has been clearly established that
Catarrh is a blood poison; therefore,
any remedy that is a perfect blood
purifier will cure this disease. S. S.r
S. is the remedy, being ,purely vege
table, and has been known to cure
ome of the worst cases in a few
weeks. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 peri
A Loss Prevented.
Many lose their beauty from the
hair falling or fading. Parker's Hair
Balsam supplies necessary nourish
ment, prevents falling and grayness
and is an-elegant dressing.
Nov. 16. 18S2, by Rev. A. J. Stokes, Mr.2
BoIK BERLEY and Miss WILLIE C. CRo
EE, of Newberry CouRty.1
Nov. 9, 1882, by Rev. B. G. Clifford, Mr.<
JNo. J. ODELI,, of Newberry County, to
Miss Lnxxns E. Essox, of Union County.
POST OFFICE, 1
NEWBERRY, S. C., Nov. 18, 1882.
List of advertised letters for week ending t
Nov. 18, 1882:
Churchell, Mrs. Phebe1 Nelson, Rev. N.
Devenport, Richard Pitts, Mrs. Jane 1
Dorroh, Henry Spince, J. D.
Harp, T. L. W allace, Mrs. Wash.
Jackson. P. W. Wicker, J. C. (2)
Kinard, J. B.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE.P. M!.
I will make a final settlement on the es
tate of Jacob Crouch, deceased, in the Pro-2
bate Court for New berry County the 2'lth*
day of December next, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, and immediately thereafter will
apply for discharge as Administrator -of 1
THOS. H. A DA MS,
Nov. 23, 47-5t Adm'r., &c.
LAND FOR SALE.
I will sell to the highest bidder on Sale
day in December next, a tract.of land lying
in Newberry County, containing Ninety
nd 9-10 Acres, and bounded by lands of
Lambert Moore, Jno. J. Galiman, James .
foore, and others, as appears by plat madec
5th of Anr-il, 1881, and recorded in the
Taacs Or SALE-One half cash ; balance
an a credit of twelve months, to be secured
by bond and mortgage of the premises
0. L. SCHUMPERT, t
Attorneyin-fact for Claudia F. Norris 6
mnd Wils6n Abney Norris.
Nov. 23, 47-2t.
I not, life is sweeping by, go and -a
dare bexore you die, something :
mighty and sublime leave behind i
to conquer time. $86 a week in :0
rour own town, $5 outfit free. No risk. ;p
:verythng new. Capitalinotrequired. We -f~
ill furnish you everything. Many are
airing fortunes. Ladies make as much as
nen, and boys and girls make great pay.g
leade,i you want business at which you d
an ~er alsithe time, write for
rtic2la to rxr o,Portlanid
1E BIGGEST AND BST
EVER EXNIBITED IN NEWBERRY,
CAN BE FOUND AT
Every Article In the Line of
FROM A FINE PAIR OF
Shoes up to a Hat.
UNDERWEAR a ,Specialtys
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
lothing for Youth's.
If you want a good sut, a fine s.uit, a
&in suit, a cheap suit, at WRIGHT & J.
. CO?POCK'S you can be suited.
A full line of Shirts, over .and under,
rawers, Socks, Suspenders, Gloves, Hand
rcbiefs, Ties, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
mbrells, Trunks, Valises, Canes, or any
ing else, always on hand.
RIGHT & J. W. COPPO0K.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
lacksmith and Wheelwright
SHOP FOR SALE.
The subscriber desiring to dispose of his
)op offers it for sale, together with a Cot
gOe and six acres of land.' The above will
sold cheap, and applicants are respect
Liy asked to call and examine the prem
es. ISADORE RUFF,
Walton, S. C., near Broad River.
Nov. 23, 47-4t.
I will sell, at public outcry, at the late
!sidence of James Oxner, deeeased, in
ewberry County, on Thursday, the 'th
ty of December next. all the Personal
roperty of said deceased, consisting of
Corn, Fodder, Oats,
Two Wagons, Gears,
ousehold and Kitchen Furniture,
Wheat and Oats Straw, &c.
MAMIE 0. OXNER, Adm'x.
Nov. 16, 1882. 47-2t
IA people rre always on the look
out for chances to increase their
iearnings, and in time become
wealthy; thoss who do not im
rove their opportunities remain in pover
W. we offer a great chance to make money,
re want many men, women, boys and girls
) work for as right in their own localities.
ny one can do the work properly from the
rst start. The business will pay more than
mn times ordinary wages. Expensive out
t furnished free. No one who engages
dils to make money rapidly. You can de
ote your whole time to the work or only
our spare moments. Full information and
iU that Is needed sent free. Address STIzN
DNs & Co., Portland, Maine. 47-ly.
NBW YORK, 1883.
More people have read THE SUN during
2e year just now passing than ever before
ince it was first printed. No other news
aper published on this side of the earth
as been bought and read in any year by so
iany men and women.
We are credibly informed that people buy,
ead, and like THE SUN for the following
easons, among others :
Because its news columns present In at
ractive form and with the greatest possible
ccuxracy whatever has interest for human
:ind; the events, the deeds and misdeeds,
be wisdom, the philosophy, the notable
:>l1y, the solid sense, the improving non.
ease-all the news of the busiest world at
resent revolving in space.
Because people have learned that in its
emarks concerning persons and affairs
'HE SUN makes a practice of telling them
be exact truth to the best of Its ability
bree hundred and sixty-five days in the
'ear, before election as well as after, about
be whales as well as about the small fish,
a the face of dissent as plainly and fear
essly as when supported by general appro
'al. THE SUN has absolutely no purposes
o serve, save the information of its readers
nd the furtherance of the common good.
Because It is eve body's newspaper. No
san is so humble taTHE SUN is indiffer
nt to his welfare and his rights. No man
s so rich that it can allow injustice to be
one him. No man, no association of men,
a powerful enough to be exempt from the
trict application of its principles of right
Because in politics It has fought for a
Lor;en years, without intermission and
oriietimes almost alone among newspa
iers, the fight that has resulted in the re
ent overwhelming popular verdict against
tobesonism and for honest government.
To matter what party is In power, THE SUN
tands and will continue to stand like a
ock for the interests of the people against
he ambition of bosses, the encroachments
5 monopolists, and the dishonest schemes
f public robbers.
All this Is what we are told almost daily
y our friends. One man holds that THE
,U Is the best religious newspaper ever
>ublished, because its Christianit is undi
uted with cant. Another holds that it is
he best Republican newspaper printed, be
anse it has already whipped half of the ras
als out of that pat,and is proceeding
gainst the other hafwith undiminished
rigor. A third helieves It to be the best
aagazine of general literature in existence,
>ecause its readers miss nothing worthy of
iotice that is current in the world of
bought. So every friend of THE SUN dis
:avers one of its many sides that appeals
rith particular force to his individual lik
n . you already know THE SUN, you will
ibserve that in 1883 It is a little ~better than
ver before. If you do not already know
'HE SUN, you will finid it to be a mirror of
dl human activity, a storehouse of the
hoicest products of common sense and im
gination, a mainstay for the cause of hon
st government, a sentinel for genuine Jef
ersonian Democracy, a scourge for wicked.
tess of every species, and an uncommonly
ood investment for the coming year.
TERMS To MAIL sUBSCRIBERS.
The several editions Of THE SUN are sent
y mail, postpaid, as follows:
)AILY-55 cents a month, $6.50 ayear; with
Sunday edition, $7.70.
iUNDAY-Eight pages, $1.20 a year.
VEEILY-$1 a year. Eight pages of the
best matter of the daily issues; an Agri.
cultural Department of unequalled merit,
aarket reports, and literary, scientific,
and domestic intelligence make THE
WEEKLY SUN the newspaper for the far
mer's household. To clubs of ten with
$10, an extra copy free.
ddress L. W. EhNGLAND, Publisher,
Nov. 23, 47-St THE SUN, N. Y. City.
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Joseph L. Keitt bath made suit
> me to grant him Letters of A&dministra
on of the Estate and effects of Edward
k>orge Kett, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish
[1 and singular, the kindred and creditors
I the said deceased, that they to and
ppear, before me, in the Court of Probate,
>be held at Newberry Court House, S. C.,
a the 'ith day of December next., after
ubieation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
rnoon, to show cause, if any they have,
by the said Administration should not be
ranted. Given under my Hand, thbis 22nd
ty of Novembey, Anno Domini, 1882.
Iffft A week made at home by the-Indus
trious Best business now before
the public. Capital not needed. We
will start you. Men, women, boys
nd girls wanted everywhere to wdtk for
s. - Now is the time. You can work in
pare time. or give your whole time to the
usiness. No other business will pay you
early as well No o- can fail to;nakeen
rmous pay. by enguiug at once. Costly
utfit and terms free. Money madle fast.,
asily, and honorably. Address TRUE *
'o., Augusta, Maine. 47-ly
3TATE O'7 SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers, Probate Jsidge.
Whereas, Ebenezer P. Chalmers, Clerk of
;ourt, hath made suit to me to grant him
,etters of Administration of the derelict
statc and effects of Warren Russell, d.e
These are therefore to cite --nd aimonish
1l and singular the kindred and creditors
>f the said deceased, that they be and
ppear before me, in the Court of Pro
>ate, to be held at Newberry Court House,
. C., on the 3d day of January next,
fter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
be forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
iave, why the said Administration should
iot be granted. Given under my Hand
his 22nd day of November, Anno Domini,
J. B. FELLERS, j. P. N. C.
Nov. 23. 47-5t.
Friends and Debtors. you owe us! A
tartling fact. Yet we congratulate you on
eing able to attend the State Fair. so aall
d You ltve paid your Bank notes and
[axes, and a part if :iot all of your Liens.
We have waited patiently and have said
iothing; we now think it our time next,
bud be ssured we need our tionry, and
>egin to fel -that it is about time %% c had
L Now just step *p to the Captain's <-fice
nd settle at once. We think end h-li- ve
rou will come up like men and t.0ieve us
After this wur last patheLic apPVrd
Yours with eare,
McFALL & SATTERWIITE.
Nov 16 46 tf
I have bought the PHOI0GR.% Pi GAL
LERY from W. H. Clark, ai d wl cintinue
be business at the same pl..ce, and- ask a
,ontinuance of the liberal patr!,mige be
stowed upon the former A, sib. 1 . do
my best to please all and give satisfaction.
Lr. z. SATER, Artist.
I can recommenti Mr. Salter tto the peo.
ple of Newutrry and vicitsilv, as in Arist
Df fine taste and good judg:at:,t.
W. H. CLARK.
Nov. 16, 46-4t.
5 Large Young Mules
I will offer for sale on Saleday in Dee'i
next, five large young mules, if not sok
before that time at private sale.
Nov 16 46 St W. 0. GOREE.
A FINE, THOROUGH BRED, JERSE1
BULL, four years old last May, is offerec
for sale by the subscriber. For furthei
particulars enquire of
Nov 16 46 4t J. B. RE AGIN,
Newberry, S. C
(AT CREDE'S OLD STAND.)
At my Bakery the people of Newberry
and surrounding country can always finc
LOAF BREAD--Wheat, Rye
CAKES, PIES, CANDIES, &c.
I make mny Bread from the best quaity
My Candies I mnaunfactuare 'myself, and
warrant that they are pure.
Cakes for weddings or ; arties made t<
order on short notice and neatly iced and
Thankful for past patronage, I ask a con
tinuance of the same.
F. W. HILKER.
Oct. 26, 43-10L.
LAND TO HIGHEST[
I will sell, at public outcry, at Newberrl
Court House, on the 1st Monday in Dercem
ber next, (unless sold at private sale before
that time) my plantation of Three Eundrec
and Forty (310) acres, more or less, lying
in Township No. 8, of Newberry (tounty
near Beaverdam Creek, and bounded bj
lands of Mrs. Thos. M. Paysinger, F. Wer
ber, sr., J. H. Boulware, and Dr. D. A
Cannon. Sold in a body, or divided tc
ELIZABETH S. HERBERT.
Nov. 14, .34-8t
A SPLENID ICHlNU
A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
NOT TO BE THROWN AWAY
A Complete Job Office
LOW FOR CASH.
A very little money can now buy a com
plete Job Printing Establishment, consist
ing of 1 Balf Medium Gordon Press, 1 Quar
ter Liberty (or Dlegener & Weiler), witl
molds, stocks, &c., 2 Paper Cutters, Cabi
nes, Imposing Stone, 28 pairs of Cases,, f
Job Case, 2 Iron Patent Stands, wir b Racki
and Galley Rest, 2 Wooden Stands, witt
Racks, 13 Galleys, Sticks, Rules, Leads,
Furniture, Display Cuts, Circles. In addi
tion there are eighty-three fonts of Jot
Type, and sufficient body type, of Long
Primer, Brevier and Nonpare.il, to get upa
Many other articles not enumerated in
The entihe material has only been in use
for one year.
Can be hought at less than half cost.
Apply at once at the
HFEAL D OFFICE.
Nov. 9, 45'-2m.
I will mlIake a final settlement on the es
ate of Patrick Scott, dcceased, in the office
af the Probate Court for Newberry County
be 6th day of December next, at 10 o'clock
&. M., and immediately thereafter will ap
,ly for final discharge as Administrator of
-- JNO. 3. THOMPSON,
Dry Goods and Motios.
We take great pleasure in informing our
friends and the public generally, that we
are prepared this season TO EXHIBIT A.
LARGER AND MORE ATTRACTIV. A
STOCK OF th
Than we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE, al
though every day we are making new ad
ditions which will be kept up through the
Plaids and Stripes, re
Black Plush, i
=Colored Plush, b
Black Velvets, 1
Colored Velvets, tc
Colored Velveteens, L
Crape Veilings, '
Black Dress Silk. b
Black Trimming Silk, N
Colored Trimming Silk, T
Black Brocade Silk,. C
Colored Brocade Silk, s
Black Satin, d
We invite special attention to our
Gents' Furaishing Department,
which is now complet-.
Polite and courteous attention given to
-every vieitor, whether purchaser or not.
When visiting the City don't fail to call
and see us.
lo Gentlemen -and Youths
Who Would Make
A Good Appearance.
I would state to those who want nice fit.
ThtI have in stock the most choice selec
ever seen in this city. My son, who has
been cutting at one of the first custom
hou'es' in New York, is with me, and with,
may f'o:ennn, Mr. lIagg, will be able to
please the m:o.t futzidious of my customers. a
Will al-o 'a;ke to order Dress Shirts, Un- tI
dershirts and Drawers.. It costs nothing
to call aud see tU
(COIXMBIA, S. C.
Oct. 12, 41-tf.
Beautiful ALBUMS, large and small.
Beautifal SCRAP BOOKS, plain and fancy. 54
Beauti;ul DESKS, all prices.
Beautiful WORK BOXES, handsome. i
Beautiful INKSTANDS, all colors.
Beautiful PAPER WEIGHTS, unique. ~
INK, PENS, ECIS
LARGE LOT OF.
McL AUGH LIN'S TOY BOOKS, T
And a variety of other goods, makring my
stock the largest and best ever exhibited in I
this place. I
er If you don't see what you want, as
THOS. F. GRENEKER,
Proprietor Herald Book Store. J
A position as Assistant Teacher, or Prin- b
cipal of a Free School, by a lady holding p
First Grade Certificate. Inquire at 6
- Set. 2, 3-. ,.
And Quietness Preva
'ho for the past 10 days has been creatia
issige victims of high prices. -His itana
a careful study of the peoples' wants.
a taste he rushed in where an old establi
in awaited him. With gloves off be hai
RING OF MOl
such a fashion that the people awoke ai
ped so long.
It is all very well to patronize friends ai
th money in your pocket, enter the stor
D. C. F]
od save your 40 or 50 per cent., you will
rough mere acquaintance sake, but with
yn has taken place in the prices of DRY
Sati.fied that his ex.rtions will be appro
en at Uaion, he boldly comes to the fro
erely a*king the good people of this and
dIENSE STOCK, replete with everyti
FIRST CZ-4SS DE
He is determined not to be undersold.
quisites, ENERGY, BRAINS an
uud in the frout-battling for the peoples
A visit to the store *ill convince any o
ruers, and no pains spared to supply the
13rx..O C.. F']
Moohon Row, Next tA
Nov. 16, 46-4L.
rATE. OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF GREENVILLE.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
r. H. Grierson and wife, vs. Thos. F. Har- -
mon, Adm'r., and others.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
: outcry, before the Court House at New- li
rry, on the first Monday in December, b,
82, the real estate of the late J. Middle- 11
>n Kinard, deceased, consisting of about r
ine Hundred and -Ninety-Nine Acres of -i
nd, more or less, situated in the County il
id State aforesaid, on Saloda River, tc
)unded by lands of Michael Werts, Henry ti
Ferts, Daniel Werts and George Long.
hese lands will be sold in parcels as indi- Uc
Lted by plats to be exhibited on day of I
lie, which may be seen in the meantime at do
se office of the undersigned. d;
Tsas-Tbe purchaser will be required p
pay in cash one-half ot the purchase
toney, and to secure -the balance payable
t twelve months, with interest from day -
sale, by bond and a mortgage of the S
SILAS JOHN-TONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 4-St
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY . OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Mary C. Dobbins, vs. James N. Dobbins.
By order of the Court, I will sell, before d
be Court House at New berry, on the'First C
[onday in December, 1882, at public out- E
ry, a'tract of land (the property of the-dc- Z
edant), situated iu the County and State
foresaid, consisting of Fifty-One Acres, t
sore or less, and bounded by lands of I
'os. B. Chalmers. James Beagin (or his a
rife), David P. Dobbins, Mrs. E. J. Barre d
nd others. P
Twas-The purchaser will be required
n pay in cash one-half of the purchase
ioney, and to secure the balance payable -
t twelve months, with interest from the 6
ay of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
ropercy sold, with leave to pay all casl,.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 46-8St
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
illie E. Scbumpert, vs W. E. Merchant, 0
Adm'r., and others
By order of the Court, I will sell, before J
ec Court House at Newberry, on the First a.
ond'y in December, 1882, at public out
y, the real estate of the late Sampson C. -t
echant, deceased, which has not been as- ai
ged in partition. These lands will be es
>d in (a) separate tracts as indicated by g'
ats thereof, to be exhibite~d 'at the sale, v4
ad which in the meantime may be seen at
ae office oi the undersigned.
Tas-The purchaser will be required .
a pay one-third of the purchase money in
sh, and to secure the balance, payable in
e and two years, with interest from the
ty of sale, by bond and mortgage of -the
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 48-8i -
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY- Ia
IN THE COMMON PLEAS. "j
ties A. Crotwell an-d others, vs. Margaret N
Wells, Executrix, and others. P
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
outet y, on the First ~Monday in Decem- te
, 1882, at Newberry Court House, the
-a estate of the late George F. Wells, de
~ased, consisting of some Thirteen Hun- -
-ed Acres, more or less, situated in the -
entv and State aforesaid, and bounded ~
lands of ID. V. Scurry, Simon Brooks,
:>bn Watkins and others. These lands
ill be sold in parcels by plats of the same, N
- be exhibited on ti.e day of sale, and ce
bich, in the meantime, may be seen at the th
lee of the undersigned. B
Tass-The purchaser will be required
>pay in cash one-third of the purchase
oney, and to secure the balance payable
one and two years, with interest from
te day of sale, by bond and mortgage of
te premises sold, with leave to pay all or
y part of said balance before maturity.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 46-St
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.- *'
IN COMMON PLEAS. .A
domas D). Miller and others vs. Nancy I. a
Loininick and others. , i
Complaint for Partition.
By order of the Court, I will sell at pub- k:
:outcry, before the Court House' at New
rry, on the First Monday in December,
182, that tract of land of which Nancy
iller died seized and possessed. situate in
d County,-containi1go u o ry~s5 anad
e-fourth Acres, more or less, ~bound
by lands of the heirs at -law Chan.
:b Johnstone, deceased, of Th --B.
radlinto and others.
Taxs-One-half of purchase in
ish, the balance to be paid in yerc
ith interest from day of sale, and b
rbond of purchaser and ino
emises. Purchaser may pay all
Master's Office, 11th Nov., 1882.
such a6 uproar amon
mse busines in. Union,'
Finding there an.opening-.
shed trade and. determined p
d wondered why they ad be
id acquaintsnces, but when you can
uever again be confined to any fo1
your eyes open see what a re'
GOODS AT THE C"HEAP-0
,eiated in Newberry as e
surrounding country to examine his
iog to be found in a
ks he is possessed of tie threeff
d CASHs so that be wite
rights and arahing mon'opo.
ne. Polite attention given
Wright & Co
TATE OR SOUTH
COUNTY OF NEWB
IN COMMON ?LAS
nG. Piester and- James B.
Eiliza A. Pksterand
By order of the Court, Twid
oefory, before-the CourH
; on the First Monday
the real estateof e lathe
lister, deceased-nft he
I parcela to be indieated by
o be-eNbi*d at ale, w,ieb
me, may be seen at my oioe.
Toaxa-The prchaser wil b
ilay one-third of the porchase
tsh, and'to secure the bi.de
2e'and -.o 'fea r, wiWh in
ky of sale, by'botd and
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 882
TATE OF SOUTE CABO
COUNTY OF NEW
IN COMMON PLEA&
.gnes D. Wells and others, M' E
as Adm'r., and otherm.
By order of Court, Ivill ven -S.
alcry, before dtheourtVdeft
y, on the First Monday inDee e,
sat tract of land of which-Winlina
jed seized and possesse4,':sitants
ounty, containing One Hundred>
aore or less, and bounded by.landsof
ion Brooks and others. _
Tzaxs--The purchaser will -be --
a pay in cash onehI-f.e~
ioney, and to secure the balance p
t t welve months, with interest from -ha
ay of sale, by bend and mortgage oft.
remises, with leave to p.ay ad cash.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Mas r.i
Master's Office, 11 Nov., 1882. 4.-3&
TPATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
COUNTY OF NEWBE&
IN COMMION PLEAS. -
. H Wheeler, vi..H. B. Scott, and othei
By order of the Court'herein d?dq
), 1882, I wilr'eell at public outcry,-~b
ie Court House at Newberry, on sb-h i
ondas in De-cemzber 1382. A1 htm ->
-Jot I>f laud 1nshe County, andura1~
id containuing, gighty-one aeret
'uch .more or less, and bounded bl* -
H JI. Folk, estate of - JOhDs6
G. Rikard, and on &h' roasd runn '~ ,
id Rikard to Long Lane.
Terms--The purchaser will be rqI&.
pay one-third eshand to seciree
ace, pay able at twelve months uh
t from the day of sale, by boodm
ge of the premises, and to ps;y c
SILAS JOHNSTON~4E M
Master's Office, 2 Nov., 1882. -
One & Four
Good hands wanted to do-farm
Apply at the -HER ALD
Nov. 9 45 S3
I have on hand and 'will rece:re
rge lots of Refinished Glothing. a
ticle now on the market. -
em direct from Northern P
ops I am enabled to sell at NeY
For prices and other- information, apy
M. GARFUNKEL, AgI.,
71 A&ssembiy .-tree,.
P 0. lBox 90. Columbia, 8.0.
Nov 9. 45--lm. . .
We. will eelt to- the higesti4~
emberry 0~. . on the I 8at 4
mber next, the tract ot L.,ad c wj
e Payne Place, of the.Estate oe
Terms made kn'own on,day of sale e
C. Dl. BURTON,
J D. PITTS~, ~.Esecueta
W. 1. DOREOR,
Nov. 9, 44 4t.*
akable Land for. Sa
We will sell,.oasbefirasMoodai
usber nez.a, beforcy the Court
e highest tiidder, all thaL< -
lanai. aituated inkebert
ining -Two Hundred- aot i
ureas, more or leds. Abm'u
hre oR *eaid l.sod wiin -
pine. andl uyded -
J. 8 Gittiasa,Theu . ae
eagins and Y. $WPayste.T
lowua on dlay orseae.
Nov 16, 46-3:. -
e eetate of anniesOhjp
eday the 18th. iso