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"(DKX TO NEw ADVERTISEXENTS.- 4
Citatlon.-J. B. Fellers.
No ice.-Wrlght & Coppock.
By Late Arrivals.- Herald Book Store.
Attention Farmers.-Chas. A. Bowman.
Groceries.-O. H. P. Fant, & E. M. Evans.
Dr. L. P. Hobbs of Hope's Station
died suddenly on the. 22d instant. He
leaves there sons-John F., who is now
in Australia, William H. and James ;
also a wife of recent marriage.
In Capt. Gary's advertisement for
the collection of taxes, the precinct
Whitmires should have been Williams'.
Pine and oak wanted at the HERALD t
office, it will be taken in exchange ,for
subscription to the HERALD oficee.
Peas and corn will also be taken in
the same way.
An Eloquent and Laborious MIan.
Prof. Duncan preached two sermons
in the country lasx Sunday, then rode
some fifteen miles to town and preach
ed again that night in town at the
Methodist Church. Truly an impres
sive and hardworking mniaster !
I have known and watched the use
of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) for over
fifty years, and never have known or
heard of its failure to cure any case of
Blood Poison when properly taken.
H. L. DENNARD. Perry, Ga.
Mr. Charles A. Bowman. h:as inst
received a car load of Fertilizers,
from the Ashepoo Pho.yphate Co., of
Charleston, together with a limited
supply of Acid and Kainit. Farmers
are advised to get their supplies Oefore
these are exhausted.
We acknowlege with pleastre an in
vitation for all hands and the cook
attached to the HERALD ofliee to a pie
nic of Schumpert's Academy on Fri
day-to-morrow, at Mr. A<him Hart- -
} man's, Prosperity. We will try and
make your "hearts gla," dear friends.
The members of Smyrna, Presbyte- I
rian, church, are building a new Par
sonage, and remodeli'g ant d paint ing
their church. This in view of the hardi
times and poor crops, is worthy of coin
mendatior, and is an evideuce that
these good people have the right spiriti
The colored citizens of Newberry are3
-respectfully informed that a first class
Billiard and Pool Room has been
opened in the rear of the store formerly
kept by Mr L. Koppel, in the Opera
Building, by 0. Klettner. It w'ill be
uder the superintendence of A. L.
Sneed. The establishment is first class
and the Tables No. 1. Every atten
tion will be given to the business and
* also to the comfort of visitors.
MH ar InpcinadEtra
Gen. Maial ilarrv nteu
tar an pewi n and Enteriltaryn
eot. TeRfe ilrnevu '
thei narad grodnear te Depot ti
pert's andmarchfr the vrre toite
wiltk l tteFair Ground.shRf,sraplni
andt o'ockg head timerfie unrm
turn out in fultl rieoines thisu
bery n Hotelletb a military tran
eot. Thle Rien hs will redz ousa
dthe ad grond ffarteD ta
Cori,nth Curch, from th5, to883.
Thei Asocia.theion es orapendb
ress of oungme and waserespnionded
to,die nd ehal of the etown byProf
tuHound ful f.centos wias cteds
intresing rendeArthur ibvler thecrto
tary so. I. Count eveniveredah Nw-l
qubertiote"Sld Newbrry Colertin
"Wht wiloe gveuan. Thist" wlre
InChoarinoon Cheh follwin qes
Th soition w opened byudt,
acdenc. "r Cllverad me ua
practicaf?"eJ.ome Hendy "Do rCsonede
to, onsered of the tudetve by PHo.
dowed"Arthur Kibler "What
testwonsneedsuof Newberry Col
"Wt does anweedto cosE."O Counts
iscussed tha Associeeds tee Stu
denthe .aenoan thedollont. "Does-a
tin Educaopn pay th" Opeedtby
Wae anse in the bodyawee byHn
t'e the theedsof Cowbth after
J.u H.cINTuosh , ereay
Col. .T. J. Lipscomb favored New
erry by a visit on Friday last.
Capt. J. W. Gary and wife have re
;iirnel from a visit ts Columbia.
Prof. Weleh has returned from his
ummer jaunt-hale and hearty.
Dr. E' C. Jones and J. F. J. Cald
vell. Esq., have returned.
Mrs. Peter -Robertson is up from
3harlest6n on a visit to the maternal
Mr. J. O. Peoples of Peoples & John
;on is back from his Northern and
3Ir Henry H. Blease has been ap-:
)oint:d Trial Justice vice James Packer
Miss 31arie Gary of Abbeville is on a
-isit to our town-the guest of Mrs.
r. Y. MeFall.
Capt. J. W. Gary left us again yester
lay to attend the United States Court
Lt Greenville as a jnror.
Mrs. L. W. White and children and
fIiss Nannie White of Abbeville are
>n a visit to Mrs. L. Jones.
Miss T. M. Stockman of Prosperity
s visiting her sister and friends in
,olumbia, we wish her a pleasant visit.
Rev. and Mrs. Smart arrived yester
lay afternoon. Mrs. Warrick. a sister
id Mr. Smart, came with them.
3liss Sander., who has becn spending
oin? thne with Miss Mazvck left for
ler home in New York yesterday.
Dr. Jas.' Gilder left Newberry on
lond:t, with a view to "do" the
A reat Loui=ville Exposition.
Mr. J. L. and Miss Sarah Ramage
re back from an extended trip through
orth Carolina, Virginia and Teii
Our young friend Slawson who runs
o and fro taking orders for tobacco
nd sega:Lrs was in town Friday and
>aturday. He took the time to visit
he old folks at home.
The Rev. Mr. Holland, 3Ir. C. W.
Velch and Mr. H. T. Fellers went
esterdav to Mr. J. L. Aull's to be
>resent at the marriage of his daugh
er, Miss Rowena. and 3r. Daniel.
Ir. Holland performs the ceremony.
Miss Mattie Wicker who has been
irightening the homes of her relatives
.nd friends near town with her pres
zce, is now on a -visit to her aunt
irs. Henry Epting. And Mr. Thomas
tpting takes this occasion also to pay
visit to the old homestead.
The Edgefield Adrertiser in speaking
i those in attendance on the $all
iven last week by Col. Assinan the
andsome Lexington bachelor, has this
o say of some of Newberry's fair
Miss MIamie Meetze has the bright
st of bright faces, hair like Lucretia
sorgia, and a figure of unapproaclha
)1e beauty. And she is as bright as
ter face denotes. And she brings with
ter three other charming and lovely
nests-3iss Kate Mayer and Miss
Uiee 3iayer, the daughters of Dr.
Iyer, of Newberry, and Miss Kate
imnmer, daughter of one of the Sum
ners of Pomaria-young ladies whose
riehz:ship it is richly worth a very
nag journey to gain. The slender
ady in black, with Evangeline eyes
.ad an inetiable charm of manner', is
Irs. Kaminer, a daughter of the Rev.
)r. Hawkins of the Lutheran Visitor ;
nd the yonnger one near her, talking
lways with readiest wit and vivacity,
s Miss Hawkins, her sister.
For the last few days Trial Justice
Vailiace has been kept very busy hear
ng cases civil and criminal. Last
aturday he was particularly busy,
aving two criminal cases in which
oth attorneys and juries were engag
d. In the fi: st 3Mr. T. 0. Holloway rep
esenited the st.ate and S. McG. Siimkins
sq., the defense. After a prolonged
tearing, the jury brought in a verdict
or the defendant. In the other Mr. J.
I. Irwin represented the defense in
his case there was a mistrial. Several
asrs were heard also on MIonday, the
esult of which we do not know.
MIr. William Watkins has returned
rom an extended trip to Georgia, -he
s very much pleased wIth the country
)mt reports the crops this year as par
Mr. George T. Reid and family have
We had quite a numbef of visitors to
his Summer resort last week among
*vhom -were : 3Mr. Cothran, baggage
niaster on the C & G. R. R., the guest
>f MIr. Joseph Jenkins ; MIr. Thomas
s. Moor imn and two sonls the guest of
NIr. G os T. Rie'd; Col. George G.
DeWalt of Prosp)erity ; MIr. William R.
Sith n1ow o)f Ninety Six ; 3Irs Fred
r1ek H mter andl two sonls of Wash
ngton Ga. Capt. and"3Mrs. E. C. Simu
ins 'and son of Troy, S. C. and 3Mr.
Gewis W. Simkins wife andl child oi
cwbe'rry-ailile guests of 3Mrs.
Rosalie 31. Simkins.
Th crops in this section -are, from
.vhat wc hear, beyond the average in
Since my last, we hav'e caught two
>f the sly reynardis in the Simkins
>lantation and are now hard after the
FOR THE HERALD.
Aug. 27th 1883.
MIESSRS. ED1ToRS : You say ill your
ssue of week before lait, that you
hink "Wh.ere is thc po'vler and shot''
e orrect expressmin, anid qu:ote, ini
upp)ort of your opinion. Reed and
Gellogg's Exceptioni to the Rule.
Buit does my qu:estion fall un:der t his
i a'lhnit that "'Bread and milk- is
rood diet" is correct. when wc as
onea that the bread and mnil;c arc i: -
tredhients in a single dish: b ut if thiey
re in difl'erent vessels (do~we not sav;
'The bread amnd milk are on the
As powder and shot are necver
nixed, should they be taken as one
Powder and shot, both. are ammnuni
ion ; wheat and corn, both, are grain;
)ut do we say : "The corn and wheat
las been gathered ?
I do not ask these questions for the
ake of coiltroversy, but from a sin
~ere desire to be convinced if I am
Yes, even if tihe bread is on a plate
Lud the milk in a cup to be mixed, if
'ver, onlyV inl the urchin's stomach, we
hink lhe would be correct in asking
or' his diet in these words : "Where
a the bread and milk?" And so, al
hough the powder is in the flask and
lie shot in the pouich to be brought
ogether only in the barrel of thme gun,
ye think it would be correct in himn.
vhen asking for his ammunition to say
'Where is tile shot and powder ?" In
'aeh 0f the questions the thought is
ingle ; diet in the one case, ammunition
n the other,
This is our opinion, though of course
trmay be incorrect. We would there
ore be glad to have some of our
-eaders give "Engnirer" their views
mn her original question, viz: "Is it
:orrect to say: "Where are the shot
tndh powvder ?" or "Where is the shot
A circus is making its way to
his State, and will probabjy reach
aolnmhin by the ia of ctobe.
Various and all About.
Communications from the County
Also subscriptions to the Newberry I
Miss Ella Sligh has takeni up her
school at Beth Eden Churh. P
Ths crop of babies in-Newberry is t
large and the specimens . are line. t
Another soul has been made happy. t
Three bales of new cotton were t
brought in di ' the past week bring- a
ing and 91. V
It is proposed to hold a reunion of <
the Seventh Regiment South C:rolina s
Cavalry at.Columbia during the State
Mr. John Miller, of Edgefield, was i
everely bitten by a horse last week,
which has since died of every symptom
A large addition has been made to
:h% stock of Stationery at the HERALD
Book Store. The articles are such
is are needed by every one.
We took dinner in the country Fri- P
Jay at a farm where the extent of the
vatermelon crop consisted of one.
It was a good one. 2
Mrs. 3I. A. Colburn, Branehville. S.
C.. says: "I was very weak and nerv
Dus. Brown's Iron Bitters h::s nmuclh
improved my health."
The Best ih the Cheapest. Buy Shri
ncr's Indian Vermiiuge, as it is guir- 1
inteed to destroy and expel wo:ms- 1
he child's greatest enemy. For sale 1
'y Dr. S. F. Fant.
Fodder is being hauled in, and the
iarmers arounl in this locality find no
lifliculty in storing it, so small is. the
Field. There will be very little corn
Attention is called to the card of our
roung friend E. 31. Evans who runs
:he first class grocery store of Mr.
P'erry Fant. He has a large stock on
Harvey Reese our skilful b:rber went
is a delegate to a Sunday School con -
rention at Piedmont on Thursday
ast, aid returned on Monday.
Mr. Edgar Sligh's poultry is almost a
lecimated by a singular disease, un
ike anything we have ever seen. Ther
?hicken becomes blind and perfectlyt
paralyzed, and die in a day or two.
R. H. Maybin. Esq., has resigned his
flice of Trial Justice for this county.
A pity; for he possesses the main
ssentials of a good Trial Justice. He
intelligent, just and opposed to use
Mrs. Betsey Sligh, r'lict of Uncle
Philip, st.stained a crious fall last
week fron lierbaek pi::zza. No bones
were broken, but her hip was severely
l>ruised. We sincerely sympathize
We are anx:.ous to see the boys of
the Newberry Rifles p:nude in their
new tmiforns. Let the parade be in
he eve of some shady afternoon. Capt.
chunpert. So (10.
The colored 3lethodists had their us
ual annual can]p meeting at. Mt. Ollie
beginning last Saturday; Sunday of
this week was the big day and the at
tendance was very large.
Major J. P. Kinard might be in
luced to open the amusement season
it the Opera House, by showing his
~rantd aggre.gated combination of
southern arti.stes. We need enter
tainmnents at tis time.
Gen. Tfaylor, Capt. Jack Chamibers
mdi( a couple of aides are putting in a
l'orty-two foot well near Mr. Thos. V.
Wiecker's gin house. The senior dined
at the hospitable mansion of the latter
on Thursday last.
The finest and most select stock of
Blank Books in Newberry aire now to
be found at the HERALD Book Store,
among which arc the popular canvass
bound books. Capt. R. HI. Wright
says he will hereafter use no other'
than canvass covered books.
We hear of a man in the town who
has rented a piece of land conviently
located to which he can retire and (10
his "cusssin" to his hearts content,
and where no one can interfere with
or molest him.
We do not like to grumble or corn
plain :f things generally, but we must
say that the sexton of the Methodist
church exceeded all reasonable limits
in ringing the bell on Sunday night.
lHe rang it for 20 minutes.
It would be well for the farmers and
indeed all to readl the letter of Thomas
S. Moorman, Esq., in this issue. HeI
clearly sets forth the benefits of a visit
to our great Southern Exposition at
Louisville and the cheapness of the
We had the pleasure of sitting on
the curbing of the great 60,000 gallon
fire cistern on Monday. It was being
filled with water. Chief John was
there also, and lhe talks like one who
knows. Chief John informed us that
"Young John" is a machine which is
able to cope with a Newberry fire.
The Railroad Commission have com
pleted their very laborious work on
the Standard Freight and Passenger
Rates : which so far as we arc able to
jud(ge are upon the whole fair and
equitable to the public and to the
Roads. This Tariff goes into effct on
September 15 ; an<d we will in the
meantime hereafter puiblishk the more
important features of it. The effect of
it on the passenger fare of the C. &
G. R. R.. is to reduce the regular rate
a half cent per mile, making it 31 cents
per mile ir ,tead of 4 cents as now.
FOR THE hERALD.
MR. EDITOR: I hare just returned from a
trip to the Exposition at Louisville. The
buildings, grounds and exhibits combine to
make it very interesting and to thoughtful
observers, very profitable; all know the good
results that followed the Exposition at At
lanta. A decided impetus was given to
our farming interest, especially in the way ot
using improved farming implements and ma
ehinery. I think the reason of this benefit
was that the farmers themselves attended
that Exposition and saw and selected for
themselves. It seems to me that great bene
fit to our controlling interest--farming-and
to the other interests of our State, would re
sult from a general attendance to our far
mers upon these Expositions.
I write to urge them to attend this one at
Louisville. The expense of travel by sev
eral routes will be about $25.00-round trip.
Boarding can be obtained at private board
ing houses as low as $1'.0 per day-good
flare and comfortable rooms. By arrange
ments between parties, each partyscan go
one of the routes and return by the other
thus getting a view of the different sections
of the- country and the fine scenery along
Go and see the magnificent buildings;
stroll over the lovely park, that at night is
perhaps most lovely when lit up by the daz
zling electrid light ; listen to the delightful
music; admire and wonder at the various
works of' art and mechanism; learn the mar
vellous development of mineral anid other
resources that are being made in our own
South; ride on the R. R. train that is drawn
by an engine moved by electricity; catch
some of the push and enthusiasmr that is
moving other portions of the count' a head;
get a glimpse of the grand possibill s of our
country in the near ftuture; and th returns
home wIth the determination to and do
lus; what such scenes would -,e you
anslreto. a S N -
FOR THE HERALD.
MR. EDITOR:-We all admire the genius
and energy of Dr. Haygood, and also admit
is sincerity in devotion to HIS "brother in
lack"; but we get uneasy occasionally, for
ear, be may aet like the Indian's tree, "So
trait, he leans over the other way." Our
cople look at the action of our General Con
%rence in superintending the organization of
be "colored Methodist" Church, more as a
ing of gallantry and Christian courtesy
ban an assumption of financial responsi
ility. Our Bishop told them at the time
bat they might count on our prayers and
dvice; but that we were too poor ourselves
o be expected to furnish means for their
p building. And now when our people
on't "pile in" the needful to purch:ase a
itc, and construct the iuildings for a Grand
lustitute" in Augusta, Ga., Brother Hay
ood wants to know what has become of our
sacred promises." I happen to >e too dull
> see any promise that our Church has made
t any time, to bay lands and build colleges
ur colored people, or evt for people of our
wn color. And as our people have nnaer
us calls for .money to carry on our Mi!sion
ry and other operations Ai enterprise
ppcars to h,.ve an appr.:priate natne; it is
'AINful to be expected to paV, where we
ave neither conviction of dauty, or inclina
iou to de so. The Doctor says the "colercd
cople cannot build their schools themselves,
nd the world looks to the M. E. South to
uild theta." Poor "world," it is doomed
o disappointment. But tt Bro. laygood
mcans by the "world," himself and Slater,
nd Father Evans. and PRESIDENT Calloway.
.nd PRoFEssoJ: Walker. and the "sinner"
i Georgia (who gave a thousa.d uio!las)
,d a few dozen more "Southern men with
dortliern proclivitius" the disappointtnent
vil set pretty hard upon their rising hopes.
But insteadt of boring our towns and Dis
rict Conferences by "A:ents," why don't
he property-holders of Augusta make up a
>urse. buy the site and erect the Buildiqgs at
nce ? Don't they know that a large and
lorishing Institution of Learning in their
:ity would increase the worth of all their
cal estate ? (Their non-.ction is indicative.)
3ut let me quote another ivord or two from
he Dr.'s speech ''We should heip in MONEY,
tr get out of the way." Here he is menac
ng us; intimating that the large hearted
hristians of the North were ready to take
he job, if the "Southern Methodist Colored
phurch" will just revoke their affiliations
riih us. While really we have no affiliations
tith them, nor l.ave we ever sought or want
:d any. Our Bishop simply assisted them
n organizing a set,ar.te and distinct branch
t' the Church, and told them plainly, they
tad their "own canoe to paddle." And to
lay our Church has no more sense of obliga
ion to this organi.ation, than she has to
ny one of ttie FoUrn::N ite_r.d branches
if the great Wesley family. And if Mr.
later or any other liberal minded Northern
nan has the slightest inclination to help
heir "BRETHREN IN BLACK," they are at
he fullest liberty to roll down the trash to
hem, to their hearts' content. Northern as
rell as British philanthropists are very com
nendable for their sympathy for our late
laves, but they don't know their capabilities
Lnd principles of action as well as we do.
3ut if time honored ministers think they
an do more forJesus Christ, and the soulsof
net. by shutting up the Bible, and stamping
he country for :noney to build negro colleges;
if course ther ought to ktow. Of course it
s right for the freedmen to improve; and it
s to our peace and inteaeSt that tiaey do so.
3ut do they need to begin at the top and
vork downwards? Dun't they need civiitsa
ion? domestic light? (what sort of ideas
tave most of them, of wedlock?) How
ould a little mechanical anl I agricultural
nformation go? What effect would the
'lassics and obstrucc Theology have ot,
hem, other than to infitte and make fools
>f them? Their ultimate status, is now
training the brains of the Patriots id States
nen of the continent. And had'nt the hum
)le minister of the cross. better jog along in
is appropriate work and ;et elements seek
:heir proper level, and things generally get
tool? Ministers of the Gospel are generally
rery good men, but they usually make a
ailure, when th. v go to work outside their
The census re; orter makes out six and a
talf Million co'ored population; which if
:orrect, (which I doubt) shows a remark
fle increase for the last decade. Bat
fter deducting 21 Miilion (for a m s
:ake in footing zao) we have enough left to
nake or break zi.is Government. Hence the
ued of sound poiey in every departmnent of
J. W. VANDIVE.R.
WVeaver vi lie, N. C.
FoR THE HERALD.
The free pbie barbecue which took
olace at the residence of Mr. J. C.
Schtmpert's a.n Thurstday, the 23rd of
August, wyas am grand success; every
hing good ai.d plenty of it. The at
:endance was not very large on ae
sount of the short notice. . 1 upoe
ibout one humlired andl fifty persons
partook of it, and there was plenty
oft to feed half that many more. Tihe
mjoyments of tie day (among the
young) were such as marble playing.
jase-ball catching, and I believe, thet
otung ladies and gents snap)ped around
t little -too. We are informed b)y
:hose that waited on the table, that 'a
nan's size, coutld not bze jadged by the
'uantity that lie ate, for some of our'
smallest mlen :onutmedl thre'e patus of
'ashi. Aftgr all had ate sufficiently,
le division of foutr earcasses and onie
pot of hash, wa&s made between the
:welve carcass givers, which gave
:hem sotnethinig to feast on after they
ad grnme to their respective homes.
We had tao political ntor other speeches,
but the topics of the day seemed. to be
:at of .the late law on the removinig
ut of all streams of logs, chiuks, rafts
md all obstructiotns which cause them
: till tup. Some of otur good citizens,
dong Bush River, and Beaver dam.
eemn to be right sharply vexed, at the
nen who introducedl that Bill, but we
ho own lands elsewhere, think it a
ood law and believe that it will great
y. improve tthe health of our comn
tmity. Some have gone to work and
sleaned out theirs, others say they ex
jeet to start on Monday the 27th, while
le rest claims to be law abiditg men,
:t will have to be forced to do the
About three o'clock in the evening
tpart of our young men, their sweet
learts and a crowd of spectators, made
or Herbert's Mills on Beaver dam,
there the genmts played a very in
eresting gam e of base-ball.
We retgrn out' thanks to Mr. J. C.
chummpert for the comfortable accom
nodatiotis, which lie gave us, such as
>leasant seats to .At on and a n ice table
0 eat from, atlso to him and Jacob
schumpert, for the nice meats which
hey- prepared for us, and hope that
I. E. S. will g;ve uts the same privilege'
it another titme. In addition to this I
,vould say thatt the crops arc not near
,hat they were last year, bttt are
nueh better thant our surrounding
A correspondent ("WV. E.") writing
: the Fairtield News and Heriald has
lie following kind words about our
Newberry is httilditng her cotton fauc
ory and finishing her cisterns with
lispatch, to be ready in the event of
This city is notable for its fine horses
md turnouts. No stranger visiting it
an but notice this peculiarity in New
erry. It is also noted for its ener
~etic merchants, tradesmen, mechan
es and professional men. Newberry,
iotwithstanding its frequent fires, is a
ive city. Success to it.
NEwBERRY C. H., S. C., Aug. 2.5, 1883.
List of advertised letters for week ending
ugust 25, 1883:
Llen, J. A. IGolding, Eva
rennan, Mrs Temar Mitchell, Ra~ichel
3radburn, Mrs Callie INance, Martha
lannon, J.-.P. Petty, P. G.
hristie, Soseph Russell, Russeli, Miss
Davis, W. T'.
Parties calling for letters will please say
fade.t.m R. Wr nnSE,P U.
FEW MORE DAYS
The unparalleled bargains
we are now offering in all
Departments to reduce our
large stock shall have passed.
During the Spring and Sum
ier we have given yo. the
lowest of prices, and for some
weeks past we have been sell
ing goods at a fearful sacrifice,
but grateful to the Public for
their liberal support in our
efforts to 'ive them First
Class goods at Second-Class
prices, we will show our
gratitude by giving them for
the next 10 Days still
lower prices, and still greater
inducements for successful
Or Store W I Be
soon filled to its utmost
capacity with the prettiest
and the most stylish line of
goods that will be brought to
Newberry, making it indeed
an Em7poriuM of Fash
ion. Daily we are receiving
New and Seasonable goods,
and the harassing problem
which iow demands solution
is: Where shall we store the
immense stock which we are
compelled to purchase in
order to supply the necessi
ties of our customers ? Our
beautiful Spring and Summer
stock must pass from the
shelves into the hand= of the
consumer, is the imperative
solution; and it shall be done.
During the week we have
received over $5,000 worth of
Ladies', Gentlemen's and
Children's Fine Shoes; and if
the ladies will pay us a visit
we will show them the most
line ever exhibited. Our
genuine Ladies' French Kid
Shoe made especially for us,
~tnd having our name stamp
ed upon the sole has no equal
for durability of wear,
elegance of. finish and thor
ough workmanship. Filling
the foot in a glove-like man
ner it enhances its natural
beauty, rendering any toilet
incomplete without it. Be
ing as soft and as pliant as a
kid glove, it is the very em
bodimnent of comfort. Farm
ers and business men buy J.
WV. Brigham's Oustomi-Made
Shoes, and save health, com
fort anid money ! We guar
antee them not to rip or burst,
and to be the best and cheap
est Shoe upon the .market.
Should they prove in way
inferior you haveour positive
guarantee for proper adjust
WITH NEW GOOI!
from the best and most reli
able Houses, and with our
increasing facilities for close
buying, it is simp)ly absurd
for any one carrying our line
of goods to state that we can
be undersold. Bind your
coats with genuine Mohair
binding. It combines the
beautiful luster of the silk,
with the wvearing qualities of
the Worsted binding. We
have it. Hoop Skirts in
abundance. The best laun
dried and unlaundried Shirt
for 50c.-pure linen front -
we do not mean cambric
we mean linen.
whether you stand or wh,ether you sit,
The Diamond Shirt will surely fit.
& There will be no ex
tension of our great 10 Days
offer. Come at once and
save future regrets.
B. H. Clinue & Co.
I Don't forget that
and elegant store,
ilavird's. From n
Goods almost at
as we don't want t<
a few days for the
in selecting a stock
our store the
of Newberry and s
we will spread ou
large and attractiv
ang. 7, 32-tf.
Charleston, S. C.
GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOD,
Chairnan Board of im'fors.
CoL. J. P. THOMAS,
The Second' Academic year, since re
establi-lhmrnt by Act of the General
A.semibly, will, begin O,tober 2d next.
Applications for Cadet ship must be
made on or before Septenher 20th
next. to the Chairman Board of Vis
itors at Barnwell C. H., E. C.
Pay Cadets received from any State.
Registers or Circulars furnished by
will begin Oct. 1st. Eight Instructors.
FULL COURSES OF STUDY. Prac
tical courses in the Natural Sciences.
Prompt entrance secures great advan
tages. Board $10 to $12 per month.
Tuition $19 per term. For further in
aug 13, 33-5t President.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Court of Probate.
D. Augustus Dickert and Mary C.
Suisannahi Cromer, Sarah Dominick.
and David Cromer, and John L. Cro
mer', William Cromer, and Martha Cro
mer'. heirs-at-law of Lemuel C romer.
Sunmnons for Relief.
To the dlefendanits, Joh'n L. Cromer,
William Cromner and Martha Cromer,
hieirs-at-law of Lemuel Cromer, de
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint and
petition in this action, which was filed
in the office of the Judge of Probate
for said County, on the first dlay of
March, 1883, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint and
petition on the subscribers at their
office at Newberry Court House, South
Carolina, wihtin twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint and petition within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint and peti
tion. Dated August 1st, 1883.
[SEAL.] J. B. FELLERS,
J. P., N. C.
JOHNSTONE & CROMER,
aug. 1, 31-6t.
S. B. J&NES,
H. A. BURHNS.
I take infinite pleasure in informing
my friends and the former customers
of~ the ol firm of H. A. BURNS. that
having purchased his entire stock, to
I AM DAILY ADDING
]FR~T IT S,
AND ALL THE VARIOUS
so highly prized by the tasty hous
keeper, and which no one can do withi
out, that I am now prepared to furnish
everything needed by the most fasti
dious appetite or taste. All I ask is
that you call and see mue; and if vou do
not see what you want ask for it.
A speccialty made in Seasonings, such
as Spices. Cinnamon, Cloves; and all
kinds of fiavorings.
FRUITS IN SEAS 4.
SS. B.TO S.
New Letter Writers.
Recitatton and Dialogue Book.
Fancy B~~.HluwnBook 4)re.
e w edtertisements.
MOV A U
Cloud & Smith will move September ist to their new
(now being built by Mr. Crotwell), opposite J. 0.
Dw till September 1st come to the Old Stand and buy
Rir Ow i Prices,
move any Goods to our new Store. We will leave in
Northern Markets and
RE MIT1I TM NOR ONI
that will suit our customers. We propose to make
'C" OT,RING 1468
econd to none in the Up-Country. Having met with
(D OUR EXPECTATIONS,
-selves more than ever this Fall, and will lay in a very
['HE NEWBERRY CLOTHIERS.
The Racine Farm and Warehouse Faning
- - %gstzUe d ranfIs
tion .ra tto
Jagy 26, 30-3m.
New and Seasonable Good
Are being received every day. Our Stock 1%
large and complete in all departments.
Spring and Summer Goods
In full line will be offered at great Bargahn.
C. BOUKNIGHT, EX'E. 4r, 00,
March 2S 13 tf COLMBIA & . -.O
Important Notice. DU WE ST
Buying and selling for EMALE COLEGE
EelreTuesioesfo 'es, i.S 35e 1 cost et
CASH ONLY E'
I am enabled to offer to the publc
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