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T. F. GRENEKER,
GEO. B. CROMER.E
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY APRIL 10, 1884.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is In the highest respect aFam
ly News r, devoted to the material jL
teresas o the people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively.and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Ters. see first page.
THE COTTON EXPOSITION.
Commissioner Butler has issued
to the people of the State a cirou
tar of information in regard to the
World's Industrial and Cotton Cen
tennial Exposition, to be held in
New Orleans, beginning December,
1884. Speaking of the benefits
likely to flow from this exposition
of the resources of the South, he
says, "The South needs capital and
immigration. This all will admit.
How is she to obtain these? Just
as eveiy thing else is made success
ful-by judicious advertising. What
better advertisement can we get
than the Exhibition to those who
control capital and those who de
sire to purchase homes of the
splendid products of the soil, speci
mens of our minerals and samples
our manufactured goods. In- no
way can the advantages of the
South be better shown than by such
evidences as such an *exhibition
would furnish. And what is true
of the South generally is emphati
cally true of South Carolina."
While it is an easy matter for an
enthusiast to overestimate the
practical good of any enterprise
in which he is engaged, we feel that
the commissioner of agriculture is
not altogether wrong in his esti
mate of Ehe results that would fol
low a full exhibition of the agricul
tural and industrial products of
our State at the Cotton Exposition.
All the civilized nations of the
world have been asked to take
part in the Exposition, and many
of them have given notice that
they will make an exhibition of
their products and resources. All
the States of the Union are ex
pacted to be fully represented, and
a space will be set apart for South
Carolina. For our State to come
in 'contact with other States and
other nationis through the medium
of her industrial development and
her splendid natural resources
could not, we feel, act otherwise
than to win for her their attention ;
and the strong likelihood is that we
would be greatly benefitted by at
tracting their attention to our re
The General Assemubiy has ap
propriated $10,000 for tihe purpose
of enabling the State to be proper
ly represented. but that sum is said
to be inadequate. The Commis
sioner of Agriculture therefore calls
upon the people of tile State to
second the action of the Legisla
tare by voluntary assistauce. The
railroad companies have offered to
transport free to Columbia all ar
ticles intended for exhibition, and
those whio feel an interest in the
matter are requested to commnuni
cate with Commissioner Butler.
We hope that our State will be
represented fully and fairly ; for
anything short of a notting iisplay
of our resources would affee~ us in.
juriously rather than beneficially.
We let the advantages held out to
us by the Boston Exposition pass
unimproved; we cannot afford al
ways to neglect similar advantages.
The Blair educational bill passed
the Senate by a vote of 33to 11,
Senator Hampton voting for and
Senator Butler against it. '-The
bill as passed appropriates $77.000,
000 to be distributed among the
States in proportion to their illit
eracy on the basis of the census of
1880, the payments of money to ex
tend over a series of eight years.
The amount to be distributed the
first year is $7,000,000, second $10,
000,000, third $15,000,000, the sums
then to decrease at the rate of $,
000,000 annually until the eighth
year, when all appropriations shall
The bill will doubtless meet with
opposition in the Ilouse, but we
hope it will beggp a law. The
Congressmen of .our S.ate must
know. that our people are in favor
of federal aid fou.ducationl.
'ifhe Blair educational bit1is .
unconstitutional' say those whoI
oppose it. We sould like to know
whether they oppose it because it is]
incnsttuionl,or whether Kthey
look upon it as unconstituitfonalr
bvwm new~ qpp*fa it. C
--Another postponent 6f the tLr
iff bill,'is a line which seems:to have
taken a permanent place'st the head
of Washington dispatchfi. Mr.
Randell went to attend a meeting
of thie Deimocratic State convention
of Pennsylvania, and the tariff bill
In a recent conversation with
Gen J. B. Gordon, Tilden said that
lie would not be a candidate for the
presiden'y and , -would not accept
the nomination were it tendered him.
Gen. Gordon also 'ndraitood him
to express an entire dissent -from
the policy of making the tariff
question the issue in the coming
canvass. On this ,oint, if no other,
we think the sage of Gramercy is
righL The Democratic party on
the tariff question is a brd with- a
PEN AND SCISSORS.
Citr debt of Columbia amounts
to $1 11800.
Congress talks of adjourning in
It - seems likely that the Repub
licai Delegat-es from South Caro
lina to Chicago will support Blaine.
Two hundred and twenty-three
bodies have been interred-at Mount
Pleasant Cemetery in Laurens Co.,
Mr. Thomas Kenedy, of Laur
ens County, has a pocket knife
which was; brought from. Ireland
more than twenty-six years ago.
It is a good knife yet.
The Pickens Seatinel eays- "Since
the 15th of November last the citi
zens of Prater's Creek, in this coun
ty, have caught and killed, within a
radius of three miles, 800 rabbits.
Col E. T. Atkins, Of' Cester,
drained his fish pond last week.
Aboubayear ago be put 40 carp,
two inches long, into the pond.
When he drained the pond he got
31 carp, some of them being from
12 to 20 inches long.
A negro woman who was injur
ed some months ago by a falling
bill-board at the Greenville Opera
House brought suit for $5,000 dam
agei against Belton Gilreath, the
manager of the opera house. She
settled the case the other day for
ten dollars, which was paid to her
by Mr. Gilreath.
The Chester Bvdletin says: "Mes
srs. J. E. and1. Cornwell, during
the past year, have had thirty-four
rox races. Tney caught twenty
for out of that number, twelve of
which were red foxes, and besides
ran five into the ground. In their
bnts for other game they have
been equally successful."
Col. Robert BeatS, of Union Co.,
is 84 years old, Ccl. Robert Mac
beth is 80, and Mr. James Cunning
barn is 77. CoL. Macbeth is the
Sheriff of Uniion County. Hen was
first elected in 1835-nearly forty
ine years ago. With the except
ion of the time whcn he with almost
every good citizen of the Slate was
difranchised, just after the war, he
has been elected sheriff every time he
was eligible to that office since
135. IBefore Reconstruction, be
it remembered, a .sheriff .was not
eligible to that office two consecu
tive terms. but Col. Macbeth was
elected every alternate term, and
every terra since November, 187-2
-twelve consecutive years.
Under belief that they deserve
the serious reflection of all right
thinking citizens, we publish below
the comments of the Commercial
Gazete of Cincinnati, on the late
Lnfortunate riots in that city-.
'hey unmistakbaiy sho'v what the
itizens of a free country will risk
to do.-though leading to riot, blood
shed, and the destruction of valua
ble property, whenever and where
ver the Courts and Juries of the
ountry fail to. dispense justice and
uphold .the right; for which. purpose
hey are instituted in all civilized
ountries, and for which purpose
nly they are maintained and sup
orted by the money of. the tax
The Commercial Gazette, in an
ditorial upon the situation, speaks
.n the strongest possible .condem
ation of Sheriff Hawkins for call
g og the militia, and takes an atc
aount of the salvag~e from the three
lays of fire and destruction.. It
ays we have saved one jailful of
aurderers. we have killed f>rty-five
tnnocent men and wounded and
maimed one hundred and forty-five
ore, all to save oar jail ful of mur
lerers. We have burned our fine
,ourt house with the records of
bhree quarters of a century. creating
confusion which a whole genera
on will not suffice to settle. But
what is that to a jailfuil of murder
rs saved from popular excitement.
We have converted a just popular
mpulse against the prostration of
aw before crime, into a .war be
:ween an aunorganized people, in
:ensed to acts.6f blind vengealca,
igainst the authorities who siiled
,hemi to protect. murderers. -We
iave planted in the people's minds
he cause of innocent blood crying
-om the ground. But we have sav
s our jailful of murderers. We
ae lost all.but.not our jailful of
nrderers, not. having saved even
ur honor. .. The, reign of law and
rder .is restored. in. Cincinnati
hat law and order which makes
urder the safest trade, which had
itde imponent the administration
la1= aeinsft crimes of atIWilf
ti have- cate all practices,
fbms and res and traps and tricks
hichmake J%e trial of the mur
derer a fare and degrade the judi
ciaty to the sole end of having
known and proved murders saved
from conviction and of promoting
the trade of criminal lawyers. Is
any citizen of Cincinnati content
witfi this salvage except thi jailful
of murderers.and the criminal class
and the trade of criminal lawyers ?
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS
Fxtd*' tTii: Some timo
I ao, mv name having been men
tioned in conn1ection1 with the Sen
atorial race, I declined to run.
From certain information received
W fewia-: afterwards. not necessa
r-- here 'to give. I was sorry that I
bad (ldeclinedl. I have coneludvd
therefore. to announce myself as
a candidate before the Primary
e!eetion for a seat, in the House of
I.epresentatives; and I take this
opportunity of statin- my views
on the questions of the day, as I
shall not, owing to professional
duties. be able to make the can
I am now. an,] have always been,
a Jeffersonian Denocrat. I recog
nize that to the people, and not to
any one man or set of men, belong
the - offices; that the offlee-holder is
but the agent of the people. Free.
dom of speech, a free press, a free
ballot - and a fair count are the car
dinal prineiplesof Democracy, and,
with equality t4 all men before the
law, was the platform of principles
of .the Democratic party in the
State in 1L'6. 1 stood upon that
platform then. -and stand upon it
Upon the issues of the day I
I am in favor of a repeal of the
Lien .Law, because I believe that
with a repeal of that law our peo
ple will become a self-supporting
people; will make ever-thing at
home necessary for their support
and some cotton for sale; and, as a
consequence, that farming will be a
I am in favor of a usury law, fix
ing interest at seven per cent.: be
cause I believe that no people can
successfully pay than more that
amount for monev.
I am opposed to an appropriation
to the State University, unless the
standard is raised so as to make it
an institution giving a higher ed
ucation that can be given by our col
leges -so that young men graduating
at sectarian and other colleges can
then, if they desire, take a post
graduate course there. As it now is,
it is a competing and destroying
agent to the different colleges in
I am op)posed to any apora
tion to the Citadel Academy; be
cause there is nothing in the Con:
stit-ution of this State authorizing
its existence as. a State institution;
and, in addition. a necessity: does
not arise now, as before the war.
for a iiitary institution. --Grim
vaedwar has smfoothedl his
wrinkled front." Brought into ex
istence by the nullification contest
of 1832, although not started for
some y-ears afterwards. from its
walls camne forth some of the grand
est soldiers of the late war; but
with the clo:se of thme war the neces
sity for it ceased.
If elected to the Legislature, I
slhall vo'te for General WV ade llIamp
ton to succ~ed h~imself as United
States .* :tor; heesu5. in addi
tion to his high (-haracter.as a gen
t!emnu. a patriot and a staLtesmanlf,
I believe no other man could have
led us out of bondein 187G.
F?ellow eitizens. for the first time
in my l ife. i wi'e before you, of
my own motionm, for cAlee. Ini Mi :.
I wa:s nominalkc in conlvenition for
the Legislature. I declined the
honor. saying that I wished to go
thrcughm the canvass. un:ridlled. I
was then nominated in the conv-en
tion for Juidge of Probate. I again
delined(. but was5 put forward lor
the offiee in spite of my declination.
I went through the canvass making
appeals for the Statte 'ticket and the
balance of the county ticket, but
never for myself. I was defeated
and afterwards was waited on and
was told that Judge Northrop hhd
determined to remove HI. C. Moses
and appoint me Clerk of the Court
in his stead. I (declined tile ap
pontmnent, saying that E. P. Chal
mers, and not myself, had offered
for Clerk, and that he, and* not
I, was the man to be appoint
ed. Soon afterwards I left this
State, and became a citizen of Tex
as for nearly five years.
Returning to South Carolina in
tile fall. fj871, I was induced to
allqw my iame to go before Gov-.
Ilde o? &oi the offlee of Railroad
Conissioner; the bill did not pass
until the next session of the Legis
lature. and I d,id not then make ap
plication; my professional dluties
were such that 1 could not afford to
do so. I amn thus explicit because
of rumours t:hat bare come to my
ars. and 1 desire the people to
know my exact position.
IThecrefore. I repeat that I am be
tore you,as a canuidat .for the first
time.in my.life of my own volition.
You knowI my record iu 187G fromr
te incption~ to the close of the
straight-ou t movement. 1 shall.not
be egotistical enough to refer fur
ther .o it.
You are t-he-judges of my qualifi
cton for (flice.' I shall not pass
amog you. and: l ug you for your
votes; tut. if you think I am comn
petenit for the p;osition-.and elect me
I shall serve. You to the best( .' my
ability. If, on the contrary, you
think that I am not competent, and
my views do not,.accord with yours,
'it is not only y-our privilege, but it
will be your duty, to vote against
AN APPEAL FOR HELP,
T'he necessity for relief to disabled
Coufederate Soldiers is growing mor
urgent every day. Thi(y have no gor
ernmemt to support or provile fi
them, and must share the fate of pan
pers unless a Home i. provided then
by private contributions, and LF1
CAMP have undert.aken to establisl
such a home.
They have appealed to their Com,
rade Veterans of the Grand Army o
the Republic, who have responde(
with-nobe willingness and fraterna'
sentiu.eU worthy of their heroic re
ord. . Still, the undertaking is -larg
a'nd theii neel for further aid is urgent
We,. thAre, appeal to the DaL
and Bankers, Capitali-t-, Inurane.
and other Corporations, Manufact
ers and Merchants, for such contribu
tions ill Ca1,h or Mer1andike as NO
he eail v- arld from their abmlidane
and0 of rea help in our necesities.
W ref to lion. W. C. Carrington
0Ia%-r of hmond, Virginia. or t
any of our Banmkis, Baukers or othe
We vill hold a fair in this city on C:
tbout the ~16t of May at the Armory
L- ii;z at leact have sone contribii
t ion. which will be gratefully accept
e nld dufy acknowledged by publiva
tlin inl ourl city papers.
P. E. LEE CAMP. No. 1. C. V.,
P. 0. Box 2G.3. Richmond, Virginia
Exchanges please copy.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Con"nmption and for the re
licfofconsun.ptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists.-PricC, 25 Cents.
For County Auditor.
C OL. Jo. S. FEm is announced a
a Candidate for Auditor of New
FOP the '8l.ate
T he many friends of thp H1ox. JoH
C. WiLsox commend him as a ean
didate for the Senate from Newberti
County. Subject to the action of th<
For the House of Representatives
I ann,ounce myself as a Candidat
for the House of Rrpresentatives
sub.ieet to the Primary Election.
For thelo use of BepPeoantativos,
Ii UiE IIO. W. D. HARDY is au
noinneed by his friends as a canifl
date for re-elect ion to the legislaiture
His 'man!y, straightforward counut
coupled with his ability and( e:xp
rienice, e(.mmnend him to the favora
ble con,ideilrat ion of tile people of hit
For the House of Representatives,
. T u Ei,r'ron: W'e w'ould respezt
' I fully inomfinaite MIt. GEo1tGE S
Mo ,ir the Legielatuore. Conser
vative; p)racticail andi well equpped ii
all tha:t makes the man, hie is eminenCft
y ttdfr the~ positionl of Legisl:utor,
For the House of Representativei
C AlT. 0. L. SCHtIE:Or is hereb)
am! ilunced a- a caindidabte for thIn
1egislaiture. lie was a gallat soldiel
:und has ailwayvs been zealous in tin
cause of the State. lie has ability ant
goat:litications .sulch as wvould enaibh
h im to assume and mi aintain a high
:1.u'u mci1 thi co:;eil;s of the St:ie,
ofI his nat ive C'oty .
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLJINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Summons for Relief.
Comiplaint not Served.
Eustamria Wiedainan, PlaiintifYT.
Frank Eicelb~ erger, Adl:im Eichielber
ger.Ida Eichelhberger, Henry Eichel
-berger, .John Eichelberger. Margaret
Meetze, William Eichielberger, Geo.
A. Colunts, Saisaun Gijlbert, Permnelia
Folk. Polly Sligh, George R af'. Hen
tv Rufif. D)avid A. Cannon, J1. HIar
rison Cannion, John D Wedeman a'
the Administrator of Elizabeth Sligh,
To the defendants above named
You aire hereby summoned and re
quiredl to answer the coml]plaiint in this
actionl, which was filed in the oilice of
the Clerk of this Court on the second
dy of April. A. D. 18S4, and( to serve a
co;3v of your anmswer on tho subscriber
at h'i- oilice, at Newberry Court House
in the State of South Carolina within
twenty days after the service of tis~
summond on you, exclusive of the dlay
If you fail to answer this complaint
withlin the time aforesaid, the plain
tiir wvill atpply to thle Court for the re
lief dema;nded in the complaint.
Date d A pril 1st, A. D). 18S4.
Atte~t Y. .J. POPE,
-, Plaint itl's Attorney.
L.S 4E. P. CHALMERS.
C. C. P.
To the defen 1hmts' Frank Eitelber
~er. A lam EichcTberge.r. I-:a Eichel
brer, Hetry EchtJierger, John Ei
chelberger, Margagt M'.etze. William
E:-1clberger, Sufn Gilbert, P;rmelia
Folk and HenIry' PImff. Take notice,
the foregoing summons was by order
fieud April Sth.. 1884. directed to be
served by publi.cation upon each of
ou as absent defenda:.s.
IDate:1 April 8th, 150.
Y. J. POPE.
[ ~Plaintil's Attorn.ey.
The News & Co'urier
Can be obtained dai!y from EUCENE
G R ENEKE R. the regular News.Agent for
tat paper, immediately on thd arriyal'of
Cars at the Depot, and after that at the
MEtAL1 RnOK e-enne
OLUIBIA CASI DRY GOODSTORI,
6. P, JACKSON, Manager,
120 Main Street, -.Columbia, S. C.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL
NOTIONS. CLOTIIING, HATS,
LaIlcs and Gints Under Garments,
I TERMS STRICTLY CAH. I
T. J. POLLARD. JAS. L. ROBERTWON.
.POLLARD & ROBERTSON,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No.731 Reynolds Street, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
Manufacturers and General Agents for the Following Machinery, Con
sisting in Part,
100 Fairbanks Standard Scales,
100 Thomas Smoothing Harrows,
100 Acme Pulverizers and Clod Crushers,
100 Reapers, Different Makes and Styles, (single or combined.)
25 Hubbard Gleaners and Binders, (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (various sizas and styles)
25 Watertown Steam Engines, (all sizes all styles)
20 0. & G. Cooper & Co. Steam Engines, (all sizes anistyles,
10 Oneida Steam Engines, (all sizes and styles)
75 Smith's Hand-Power Cotton and Hay Presses, - . -
50 Pollard Champion Gins, Feeders and Condensers,
25 Neblett & Goodrich IIL-Cotton Gins at $2.00 per saw,
10 Neblett & Goodrich second-hand IXL Cotton Gins at 1.50 pefsa*, ingiok ordsq,
5 Kreible Engines.
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACHINERY.
Otto Silent Gas Engines, Hai,cock Inspirators, Dean Steam Pumps,
Milburn Roller Breast Gins, Feeders and Condensers, Carver Seed Cotton
Cleansers, Newell Cotton Seed Hullers and Separators, Colt's Power
Cotton Pre5ses. Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Steam and Water Pipes,
Fittings, etc. Belting, Lacing, Hoes, etc.
COTTON MILL SUPPLIES A SPEOIALTY.
A full line of Machinery of all kinds In Istock and for sale low. Call and
examine before -purchasing, and save money.
Send for catalogres. Correspondence solicited and promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta;Ga.
T. GAILLIARD, Agt. Newberry, S. C.
NOTICE GLENN SPRINGS,
The Merchants Protective Associa- SPARTANBURG CO., 9 Ce
lion will meet in the office of Geo. S.
Mower. Esq., next Monday evening the
14th Inst. at 8 o-clock. Af tll atten- The Proprietors of this Celebrted
ance desired as the question of aWntrng Plac rP tfn nnnoun
free bri >ge over Saluda wvill b' dis- itwl b pnd hsSesno
cussed. GEO. S. MOWER, te1to a ne h aemn
R. D. SMmIT, Pres. g enasltyar
See. TERSAFRTABR CEO8 LC.
ft .,~,tAat geit t will be ed dhi Seaor the
Notice of Elect~dU ~tasottion of r guen t the oSrins
Notice is hereby given, thait the gg Special attention given to ship-.
Town Couneil of Newherry. S. C., pinig of Wate'r.
will hol,d an ele'ction for Clerk & Treas- SIPSON & SIMPSON,
irer, Chief of Police, Four policemen, 14-ti PROPRIETORS.
and a Superintendant- of Streets, for
the ensuing municipal year on Thurs
daiy 17th of April, 188., at 8 o'clock P.
Applic-ations to be' handed to Clerk
& T1rea'surer. .
By or.ler :
April 9th. 1884. I . 1 I ,
_____________________In the blocd is apt to shoiw itsel n the Spring,
- and nature should by all mueans be assisted i
Report of'ProperyiOwn-does th'e
poisonous- reedy.- whinlihelps nature to
ed. by ToWNeofHNthe oison or taint out through the
BE1RRY, S. C, and the Mr. obejr A.Easly. of Dickson, Te.
f * ffW . chills an d fever, followed by rhenistle, for
DEBT of Said1 Three elar, orhau so a.taendto
commended Swift's Specific. I troed one bot
TO REAL ESTATE. -tie and myv histli began'to Improve. I con
tinued until I had taken six-bottle,, and it has
I Lot :u ad Opira House $ 25-000 00 cet me on my feet as cound and well asever. I
I Lotand arke 2 .00 0 redommend ito all similarly afflicte1."
ILot aal Bi ing 2 500 . Letters frdm twenty-three(28y ofthe leedinz
1 Lo av 7 Bildngs 50 00 retail dru gistsofAtlaptasay,nnder dase)gazeh
______-24, 1884: "WVe sell bnore of Swift's Speciec thas
Totl al Real Estate 8 23 000 00 any otherconeremedy, and three -to ten times
as ciuch as any oer blood unedleino. We sell
TO PERSONA L P'RoPEn~lTY. it as a genrae'lhtoSi niSc.: e n ie
To one Fire Engwine. -tno I was terribly poisoned with malaria, and was
Reel~. l;0O eet ose.given u- to dre. Swift" Specifc relieved me
Rees. 800fee Hoe-promptl ud entirely. I tbink itIs the great
&c. $ 4 978 0) est remedy ofthe age,
1 Ilook and Ladder Truck, .::50 00 ,t G..SEoR,G
T'o street (Iepartment: One . I have known and' used 8erfts1SpeciSe 5cr
Mule. 2 ('arts. TPools &c.. 229) (I more than twenty years, and ,have seen more
'To Police room FurnIture, -wndoral resultS fr-om Its use than from any
Street Lamps, &c. ' :30 0' "eed ,* o ot of the Pharmcopcnla. It I
To Mayor's oflice furniture 80 00 Poison. J. DICHSON~ SMITU:.'D. D
'o Furniture in Opera . I.-Atlanta4a.
IIo~c tors * - IOur Treatise on Blood aQd Skin Diseases
To l Personality $ 'a 117 05 mailed free.o E V SPE C IF1 09 ,
- Drawer 8 Atlanta, Ga.
Total Property 8 35 117 0 N. Y. ,OeOe,1f0 W. 2edSt., bet., erh&th
TO INDEBTEDNESS. -______________
To Indebtedness 15 April
To Interest on e19,1'78.50 $AN19(8binO F'ACN
for 1 year at 7 per cent 1 342 49
Total indebtedness 15 - --
Less p! as per report $23 0 55 A NE PLACE.
To balance debt 8 2i2 '394 75 I have moved in the store.nest
To debt created by Fire door to M. Foot w,heie I have a variety
Department in pur- store. --.hv intc
chase of Engine by -Ihvinsok
hoods payable In six Flour, Meal, Bacon, Sugar, Coffee,
annual payments of Greeni and Blink Teau Grits, Rice,
8 770 00 each, interest Lard, Mackerel. Herrrungs, Cheese; Ten-'
payable-anniually 4 6.:0 00 nessee Butter, Eggs, Apples, Oranges,
-- White Wine and Cider V inewar cheap.
To total indebtedn3SS $ 27 014 76 I also have a lare steek of Uin goods.
Respctfuly sbmited,The Spoon in f.an Baking:Powder,
Resectull FAbiR e, Soap, starch, Candles, Cigars, Chew
JOHN S.FAR,ig and8Smoking Tohacco. I propose
CLERK & TREASU'RE3, to keep the best goods that J can get
Api 8 18J. and will alway study the interests of
April my patrons ad 'ive them full weight
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, and m~asuire anlsell cheap and only
NEWBERRY COVNTY- Mr. A. D. Lovelace is with mec and
Havii.: madle final settlemen:t tupon will be happy to .se his friends and
the perkcnal estate of Wia F. the publie generally.
Sch ump 'rt, decease d, I will:npply to B T T I
the Pro'tte Court of said Cosznty for *~ . o e a e
my final discharge as .rninistrator
thereof. on the 20th dny of April i884.
Admin:strator of 'William F. Sehumn- Thg SoUth gaoh . ci
pert, ec'd.cal Association.
ES . 31.Marble.(l ate Comn '. The Thirty-fourth. Aunual ifeeting
ObtIn r ats for'. of this assoclatlfot wfll be heldl at Flor
elncunr. 'rwntions in this and for- ence, April 22nd. *
en ntbs. W'iu asotend our ten ONFRETN .
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