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Special and Local.
THURSDAY APRIL 17, 1884.
Is our ZU6h0AgAestat That Pc.
Mr. A. . 1will jlresive and re
4eipt for su r!ptions atyospefrty.
This paper =my be found on file at Goo. P.
Bowell &Co's Wspaer vertiving Ju.
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trac b ae for it In wTark.
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ining the dates printed next their names, and
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IXDF,X TO IEW ADVERTISENTS.
Peas-J. 1q. Martin.
Clothing-M. L. Kinard.
Tax Notice-M. IL Gary.
Auditors Notice-J. K. Vance.
Insurance License-E. A. Scott.
Cleanse Your l " Jes-uaeggelatosh.
Prof. Holmes Dysinger will preach
at'Prosperity next Siuday. Services
at Grace Phurch 11 a. in., and 8 p. m.,
at Mt. Pilgrim, 3 p. in.
Mr. Lee Sims, of X[ollohon, had his
residew -)xrediast weel; with ths
conteft.' The ire'coinninunicated with
his cribs and burned all his corn. The
'4oss is a heavy oe. Fd ibsurance.
She fire is thought to be'accidental.
Had services every night during the
-ast week; and on Good Friday he
preached an eloquent and appropriate
sermon to a- large ad -interested eon
gregation. Dr. Steck is a zealous and
efficient winster and is doing a good
work In the Lutheran Church.
New Book Stori.
The ew ok*D 9,whose open
ing the public iave been apprised was
opened-by last.eek,.ared-Mess. Pet
ty & Coffeld of Spartanbt!rg are the
proprietors, anji the Massrd. DePree of
the same ety are tbe salesmen, and
managers. We wish the proprietors
success, and extend to them the right
hand of 'fellowship. Our little store
will move aloag in thegwake 'tlg nonei
but tho kindliest f4elik... ftor tlirg
rial esta 1liiYth wehad-to;tuu4O e
son of sickness - beei Ahere in four
weeks. A large number -were. ahlpd.
"Next" badbeen often repeated. Our
.'turn.seermed stil agspt-way-. t is
$retty-hard td wait8rt6i ori-'slave.
Every fellow knggstis, W.e were
just ready to taean'other do, *hen
the pleasairt voie .Qf:-Xr. Tom Cook
said "you can have my .chance." We
thauiCy1.Tom from the bottom of our
heart. WIwas a kid wd a- grateful
.A fternoou Meetkws.,
The Lidies' Missionary Society of
the Methodist Church, will meet on
Sunday afternoon in that Church.
Last Sunday was the regular time of
meeting, but that t' e was given to the
In the after
T'he .JveniUe Band
will meet hon Stufday
the Lutahran Church, at 4 o -
The following gentlemen froin
wich bnvede I C rlstbn
nesday the 16t& Rexs. J. Haw.
D.,. J. A..Slig,G. -W. Holkl 4.
Steek, D. 1b ,and Messrs. P.
Rey 'ute.rodus an,r B.
Carw e. are among the-delegatea.-*o
represent the State at large i W-the
Southern Baptist Convention to. be
.heldI Ii Baltimore, May. 7th..
k th K' - klthiest1this koen
.He.k#ept * large, handsotne and
He:hsa stock so large ha~d various
that thdNWI no taste or wiant which
cann2t be gratified ;
Hie has suits at all prices, and suits
Kinar ' King of y'e-kIotli1ers.
eoonally, cropping ost.. Taurfsfy
nit last, tho.fete of sthe season was a
- "httle-Drum'.' int hon-or of Miss Hol
brook ai-iss Bailey, given thesn by
rC. t. Chse ~ofthe Nwberty
- .ae5e1~ ' ag adan-~le
gad upper 1r h traspar tVggd in
ba crowd of -yo u gentleman and
- adjes$ 90th Jgh3 8,t6erry th'esti
~- od-a~eMsa and a reti*e s en
het 'etti akea.will
eo ve wfe cannot imnagIue ,
Or -lst uda-twyo white .men
iIl*t'Jones antd Lrawford got into
sogle. trouble' with,ew eg ep.s near
Gum Spring .on: the-- Laurens road,
about six miles from here. One of the
dxegroes was shot by Jones, the ball
- ioafeet 'or thMf -eye tnmd
- dow'-end-hscut outg Dr.
- P n'g "T d' ust ov'er the
eheek bone. Th sot is by no means
dangerbas.. ,The parties live near Mar
tifs in a Lamxins Cut. We
$Swin'dler- HeL A*ltds
-thes pistel from. his assailant and
- brmughk ft to~town.
On-Monday the following i
electedI: Intendant; D. U. W
. Wardens; W. A. Moseley, A.
-: Dr. E. C. Ridgell, Dr. J. A.
We now have an excellent
another year. About ninety vo
Mr:- Robt. Boulware has been.sick
for a few days, but is now doing well
The farmers cannot say now that
the ground is too hard. ' The last rain
has softened- it?eensiderably.
-The sash door and bitfid factory Is
kept busy. Ailling orders..
Mr. P. E.. Warren has moved over the
store formerly eccupied by Mr. F.
The commission or the rail road
hhve pdttup aroom. It can hardifbe
called.-a waiting room, unless waiting
iutil anntera ,.. h.=au
We are requested to state that the
stock of Messrs. Petty & Cofleld Is not
yet all in.; :By next week It will be
complete, and an advertisement of the
store and its contents will appear in
Heavy Rain, Thunder, &c.
. Monday nigh. or Tuesday morning,
pr-operly, this section was visited by
the heaviest fall of rain remembered
here in years. It commenced falling
heavily about 12 o'clock, and contin
ued without cessation until day light,
and all the while accompanied by
lightning and thunder of the intens
est description. I seemed to be one
long continued peal of deepest sound
ith- .the most vivid lightning. - In
the midst of all this great agitation
and commotion in the heavenly bodies
could be heard, a.deep, heavy, rolling
sond as of an immense moving body is
the upper air, something like a train of
freight cars. Taling it altogether it
was a-mst fearful storm.
Not Scared but Frightened.
,A couple of staid and virtuous cit
izens on retiring to their couches in
separate rooms, one night last week,
after talking about cyclones, the util
ity of bomb proof pits, fires, mur
drers, burglaries aud other kindred
subjects, their minds considerably ex
cited, were thrown out of their centre
by a startling noise. Both started and
met in the passage, the noise seemed
made by soVie one attempting to break
in tbrough a shutter. Pants on, but
suspenders hanging loosely, and with
pistols - in hand, they searched
each room, and looked into every
erack and corner but could find no
burglar. After diligent search an old
tabby cat was discovered, and a box
which she bad overturned, and which
caused the' untimely noise. If the cat
had not been found, it is but reasona
ble to say that 'a first class attempt at
bnrglary may:.have been handed the
Officers of W C T U.
MrsQhpiu', the 'Temperance Wor
kerand.Lecturer who came- here on
Friday#-%t has: not beer'idl.; be'sides
deliverlng*lectures in the Opera House
dw -theiMethodist Church, she or
nized'the Woman's Ctiristian Tem
drceeUnio.n, numberiog 112 mem
bers, and the Band of Hope Juvenile
Society, nu_nbering 105, besideg a Col
ored Union of 234 members, total mem
bership 451. A pretty good record of
three days work. The following are the
X - NMower, President.
Mrs. Jas. McIntosh, Gen. Vice Presi
Mrs. T. F. Greneker, Treasurer.
Mrs. Maggie Tarrant..Becording Sec
- s~E. S. Herbert; Co0Msponding
--Viee Presidents from each Church;
Methodist Church, Mrs. John Fair.
Associa Reformed. (hurch, Mrs.
Martha T d..
Baptist Church, Mi. Amanda Cash.
Luthaian Church,. Mrs. E. C. Hou
Presbyterian Church, Aiss Mamie
Episco~pal Church, Mrs. Evans.
Saper.-Juvenile Departmept, Mrs. J.
Asistants, Miss Matie Intoshand
Mist Lucy Baxter.
~ewberry enjoys a fir4t' class repui
lonea i shown by the -numbjer of
lenr who~ come here to pick up
k.business -that. is -fioating
eand?"That they aticce in picking
.4a share of the floating. patronage
may be gathered from 'the fact that
bey hold on, that they remain. We
'wish thuin all luck. First:of--latter
days came Mr. D. C. Flynn, he be
lieving that more.dry goods were need
ed in Newberry, and that.lie was the
man to furnish them; next followed
Cloud & Smith, who beitted that more
clothinig was required notwithstadiding
the.stocks already~.in market. Then
flashed on the minds of the Newberry
printerd that another Newspaper, was
essentiaf to'thle public. well-being, and
lo,it became a-fact-was accomvplished
-Jwe 'now have three. Three Book
$Sores are now in order, the.third one
-being opened-by Messrs. Petty & Co
field, of Spartanburg. Soon we will
have tieeScstfs, the third -'and
new oire t6 be opeiied'by Dr. 'eter
'Robinson, of Charleston. And thus
tIcome.and.thus 'tgo.. If .there
be4ogut it esaIn at them is
luck i odd n u ers, ten success'will
attendl all of these efforts, for they ate
i the oiasber three, an odd numbi
}Ve -certainly wish for' them a share at
the &ood in store, but at the samie,
me trust,la.the good luck wvill not
Scleave..to those who run. under the
ltucky threep . -
How pleasant It is-to a sick man to
~ybaCk In his easy dihair and'.think .of
4topic of .wbich he is full, if. It be a
2easant thought. The coming of the
berte Amnet-ean Clay opeti the flood
-gates AfS }bought alt - this time. Some
mien are pecudiarly happy In seeing
Sese ventures, and in taking hold of
theni. The dollars and cents invested
is notlarge, but the-result in the way
i kaprovement in stoek, leading up
froin this, who can tell, of now. The
capitaldn this horse have coniferred a
favor on the farming commniul'dty; one
too that will redound to their credit
and put~ - money we- trust iai- their
own pockets. - This is not the thought
. itir which we are filled at this- time,
Trowever; we have been thinking of one
of etm. eld Gd6huies ? - niedei -faru.
How *8-20o% like-t6 '' e'head an d
front of a ifam of this character, with
fine horses, milch cows, hogs, poultry,
and all the other- cogcomitants which
srwill go to make up. a model farm.
3These are- many situations surrou~nd
'fhg our town whieh would do for such
i farm, and there are plenty of men
with-capital, energy and brains suffB
cient to St them for such a calling,
and we wonder that there are none- to
~pull off thetr coats and take hold of the
idea and' work it out successfully.
kThere is money in it,there is satisfaction
in it, and were we the happy builder
of such an Institution we would be the
proudest man in Newberry County.
We know however that it is not to us
?hat such an honorable:career will fall.
ome other man, some man with
~ealth, will,energy, with knpwledge
of farmingQmd farmi stock an'd' farm
~ggeneally,'must take hold of the
ea, and carry it out successfully, if
is dorte at all, while we sit down and
runpinata ossr it. It does us no harm,
it goes tb else aiy harm in think
ing of this ~nject, a subject to us
fraught with teeming. living ideas, and
whjelp will piy.-. It seems strange to
us that some of the men who are div
.ing and fishing into merchandise, risk
ingand sinking4l1 of their little capi
tal i barteringbacon or other goods,
cannot see as we do the money in the
model.farmn. Well,'such is life.
A French writer estimatea that
the world contains 193,600 doctors,
and there is siot one of them that
cn defne wha mala i.
Dr. Strother- Pope is ap from Culum
bia to spend a few days.
R. W. Boone is in Columbia attend
ing the Republican Convention.
We learn that Mrs. W. T. Tarrant
is quite ill, hope she will soon be well
Mrs. R. D. Smart and children, spent
the first of this week with Mrs. S. F.
Mrs. A. C. Jones and little daughter
Carrie, returned to their home in Col
Miss Fannie Leavell from the Col
umbia Female College came up Friday
and,spent Easter, and returned Mon
Mr. Silas McCaughrin, who has been
very sick for some time with tvphoid
fever, is we are glad to say somewhat
Mrs. J. Pool, Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert
and Miss Annie Chase, went down on
Tuesday to attend the Floral Fair in
Messrs Geo. Johnstone, James Pack
er, Y. J. Pope, L. J. Jones, J. F. J.
Caldwell, C. H. Suber and M. A. Car
lisle are in Columbia attending the
The worthv President of the S. C
Press Association paid an intela
visit to our sick room on ThAklay
last. He was on his way to attod a
call meeting in Columbia. An hour
spent wit h us in agreeable chat, call
ed up many past incidents and was very
pleasant to us. We are glad to see
Col. Crews looking so hale and hearty.
As President of the Association he is
indefatigable and untir:ng.
Various and All About.
Mr. J. D. Smith is nomiiated for
Farmers say they are behind with
their farm work. The later part of the
spring has not been favorable.
The lots of Mollohon Row will be
rebuilt. Messrs. Baxter &- Perdew
have the, contract for building.
Messrs. Aull & Son have contracted
to build a line residence for Mr. John
A. Werts.at Silver Street.
Quite a number of our citizens have
gone to witness the beauties of the
There was a wash out about' two
miles above Jalapa caused by the
heavy rain of Tuesday morning. The
trains were delayed until evening.
Mrs. M. Foot has our thanks for
several cakes of Passover Bread. She
never omits remembrance of the edi
Messrs. Peoples & Johison have re
moved to Mollohon Row, corner store.
They look to be nicely fixed up in their
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Capt. A. P. Pifer has placed us under a
weight of obligation by a. pieee of work
done for us during our recent illness.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Circulars,
Cards, &c., printed with neatness and
despatch at the HERALD office. Cheap
Major J. B. Ezell the popular and
polite Insurance Agent has been in
town for a few days, adjusting the loss
of Col. E. S. Keitt.
Capt. R. H. Wright has about comn
pleted his block on Mollohiou Row.
The last touches are being put on.
The block-snakes 'a magnificent show.
There was quite a pleasant hop at
the- Newberry Hotel Tuesday night,
gotten up under the auspices of the
All persons wvho are able to make a
dot of interest for the HERALD is earn
estly requested to make it and sendiit
The Railroad authorities have con
cluded to retain Chappells as a Station.
Very well, lightning never strikes
twice in the same place, cyclones may
follow the same rule.
The Easter egg hunt arranged for
Monday evening, was unavoidably post-1
ponied because of the rain, but came off'
yesterday evening. Our young friends
found more amusement than eggs.
We call attention to the circular of
Col. A. P. Butler, Commissioner of
Agriculture on front page to the peo
ple of South Carolina. Read it and
understand what he says.
The Columbia & Greenville Railroad
ahe building a room for passengers at
Prosperity. A place of the size and
hIsportance of Prosperity should have
had a fine room long ago.
Good work and low prices at the
HERALD job office. Large assort
menit of invitation paper, envelops,
car'ds, etc., from which to make selec
tion for printing purposes at the HER
Dr. W. E. Pelham tickled our nos
trils by sending us a generous sized
bottle of his superior cologne a few
days ago. That there could be noth
ing more acceptable in a sick room, the
Doctor very well knew. We thank
We :icknowledge re'cipt of a copy
of the preceedings :f 1he 12th Annual
Session of the State Jrange of -the
Patrons of Husbandry of South Caro
lina,.held in Hibernian Hall, Charles
ton, S, C., Feb. 5th, 1881. Printed by
Hoyt & Keys, Greenville.
A mother who starts out in the battle
of life without a bottle of Shriner's In
dian Vermuifuge is.like the warrior who
marched upon the battle field weapon
less. Both theet with defeat because
they, a.re .4ot repare4gor the battle.
For sale-by Dir.'S. F. Tant.
Now gentlemen when you want to
settle *oints of honor in the manly
way do not slip off'with seconds to a
retired lot anid th'n cone1nde not to
fight because the ground is too hard,
and that somebody might get hurt if
the other party should fall on him.
No. -gents, walk boldly down to the
sand bank and let your frIends see you
move to the ring..with the noble bear
ing of Jemn Mace.
The Santhern Bella Telernhone Com
pany is. now engaged in putting up
a Telephone line i&our city. It is to
have the latest improvements. The
Telephone exchange willA be in the
Mower Block over the store of Mr.
Flinn. The line is under the general
supervision of P. H. Smyth, and when
finished here the central office will be
under the charge of Mr. Stalk of Col
The Church Record very properly
urges the cleaning up of the churches,
as soap is cheap, and sand and water
free. Yes, and more than Methodist
churches need cleaning up. And when
once clean, have the Deacons stand at
the door and hand each tobacco juice
squirter a. spittoon as he comes in and
tell him to take it to his seat and use
it. Some genius would immortalize
his name if he would invent a pocket
spittoon. We have no doubt but hun
dreds of ladies, who have lamented
tobacco soiled skirts, would rise and
call him blessed. Such a thing would
be worth more to the church than a
Aan4 arm QI p.t lifer
PEN AND SCISSORS.
At the late Courfin Marion, S.
C., twenty prisoners, all colored,
were sent to the Penitentiary.
This looks bad for the moral im
provement of the negro. It looks
as if crime was on the increase.
One old man was convicted of whip
ping his own child to death. One
lot of eight were tried for murder.
This is a bad showing for Marion
County, but that County is not
alone, crime stalks every where.
It is very probable that New
berry will sleep until every chance
to secure the Railroad from Gafr
ney City has passed off.
At a late meeting of the Luthe
ran Synod of South Carolina a res
olution was passed urging upon all
members of the Lutheran Church
to abstain from the use of all kinds
of intoxicating liquors. No provi
so for taking just a little for the
It is said that Ex-Mayor Cooper,
of New York, has some Presiden
tial aspirations. Hon. Abram S.
Hewitt is aiding in the boom. The
N. Y. Sun1 says that the "firm of
Cooper & Hewitt are successful
manufacturers, but they would not
do in the White House."
A democratic prophet says that
the next president will be elected
by the House of Representatives.
Queen Victoria has selected Irish
poplin as the bridal dress for her
grand-daughter, the Princess Vic
toria of Hesse. The terry poplin,
now so much liked in London, is
Irish, and it is woven in every hue
If Cincinnatti was farther South,
what a howl wouid be raised by the
Ropublicans. Committees would
have been appointed ere this to in
vestigate. It makes a great diff
erence whose bull is gored.
The Abbeville Medium says:
"John Bass had his nose consid
erably bruised last week, so as to
detract somewhat from his good
looks." This could not have been
our 'John, who is level headed and
is very careful where he sticks his
An Qld gentleman in Georgia
recently married a young wife, not
for beauty or wealth, but because
he wanted some one to help him
Texas comprises 228 organized
counties, and territory enough to
form 100 more without violating
the Constitution, which fixes the
mi~num at thirty square miles.
Was there ever such a scare ?
People are building cyclone pits in
every directitn. Trhey are becom-.
ing thicker every day.-Greenville
Whenever at small thunderhead
shows above the horizon the cry is,
"Children to 3 our holes."
The Repui-licans did not get
along smooth4y in their County
Convention in Abbeville last week.
They took the reins from Lem
Griffin, who has presumed to drive
the party herefore, Lem wanted
Arthur, the others wanted Blaine.
Things got a little lively and now
the question is niot who struck
Billy Patterson, but who hit Lem
Storm pits are row in order, they
will be a good place to go to when
a cyclone is approaching. The
next thing will be to get an in
strument tha: will tell when dan
ger is near, at will be a nice place
for the good ladies to keep their
Straw hats have retired for the
A progressive woman is doing
well in Paris personating Miss Ju
lia Jackson daughter of Gen. Stone
wall Jackson. She is regarded
quite a belle. but the truth is Miss
Julia is living quietly with her mo
ther in Mobile, Ala. There is cer
tainly one Iraud in Paris.
During the wind storm of the 2nd
inst., a section of the temporary
rodf of the Stae House, about twelve
feet wide and thirty feet long, was
blown off and the top of a brick
chimney fell through the hall of the
House of Representatives, shatter
iug the plastering and breaking the
chandelier in the Governor's offiee
and sending a shower of broken
glass and plaster upon the Gover
nor, who was fortunately unin
The Legislature of Mississippi
has appropriated $40,000 for the
establishment of a State female in
dustrial college for the free educa
tion of girls, the first step taken
by any State in this; direction.
Seventeen perso:ns were senten
ced at the last Spa rtanburg Court.
One of them, Lizzie Millo, is to be
hanged for the murder of her grand
child, who was born on the 13th of
Ex-President R. B. Hayes is now
extensively eng aged in the poultry
business, and whenever he sells a
dozen eggs he swears the buyer
not to use them. in making eggnog.
The negroes of the North are de
manding that one colored delegate
from efeh State shall be sent to the
Rennblidan Can rention at Chicago.
If the wives are the proper party
to hold all the real estate and other
property, then why not let them
assume all the other cares and re
sponsibilities; vote and hold office,
and let "hubby" nurse and looki
after the kitchen.
In the year 1883 there were about
1000 murders committed in .he
United States. Of this ninJir the
law hanged about 100, and Judge
Lynch hanged over one hundred.
It is announced that all South.
ern appointments to offices are to
be given to Republicans.
The decrease in the income of
the Government during the three
quarters of the fiscal yearjust en
ded is 43,870,255.
These people could see an imag
inary wrong to the negro, away off
in the South, but can not see great
er cruelties and brutalized treat
ment to the whites among them
because there is no politicai capital
A CHEROKEE REMEDY.
WHAT A PROMINENT DRUGGIST
SAYS.--T. F. Fleming, of Augusta, Ga.,
writes: "When I first heard of your
'Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and
Mullein' I thought I would order a doz
en. In less than a week I ordered a
gross, and in less than seven weeks, as
your books will show, had ordered
seven gross. I only mention to you
this fact to show how it sells in this
city. As a Cough remedy I have never
seen its equal. One bottle sold makes
a customer of it." Taylor's Cherokee
Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein
for sale by all leading druggists at 25c.
and $1.00 per bottle.
Manufactured by Walter A. Taylor,
Atlanta, Ga., proprietor Taylor's pre
inium Cologne. 2t-Gm
A Physician's Testimony.
I was called to see Mr. John Pear
son who was confined to his bed with
what appeared to be consumption of the
worst form. As all of his family had
died with that dread disease (except
his half brother), his death was re
garded as certain and soon. After ex
hausting all the remedies, I finally as
a last resort sent for a bottle of Brew
er's Lung Restorer, and it acted like
magic. lie continued the use of it for
some time and has been fully restored
to health. So far as I could discover,
lie had consumption, and Brewer's
Lung Restorer saved his life.
J. 0. HOLLOWAY, M. D.,
I have taken Swift's Specific (S.S.S.
for Rheumatism, and found perfect re
lief. It is the best tonic and Blood
Remedy known to science,
D. P. HILL,
apr 1-1m Attorney at law Atlanta, Ga
The News & Courier
Can be obtained daily from EUGENE
GRENEKER, the regular News Agent for
that paper, immediately on the arriyal of
Cars at the Depot. and after that at the
HERAL' BOOK STORE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Summons for Relief.
Complaint not Served.
E ustacia Wedaman, Plaintiff,
Frank Eichaeiberger, Adam Eichelber
ger, Ida Eichelberger, Hlenry Eichel
berger, John Eichelberger, Margaret
Meetze, William Eichelberger, Geo.
A. Counts, Susan Gilbert, Permelia
Folk, Polly Sligh, George Ruff, Hen
ry Ruff, David A. Cannon, J. Har
rison Cannon, John D Wedeman as
the Administrator of Elizabeth Slighi,
To the defendants above named
You are hereby summonedI and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, which was filed in the office of
the Clerk of this Court on the second
day of April, A. D. 1884, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the subscriber
at his office, at Newberry Court House
in the State of South Carolina within
twenty days after the service of this
s.ummons on you, exclusive of the day
If you fail to answer this complaint
within the time afore'said, the plain
tiff~ will apply to the Court for the 're
lief demanded in the complaint.
Dated April 1st, A. D. 1884.
Attest Y. J. POPE,
SL.S. F E. P. CHALMERS.
--' C.c. P.
To the defendants Frank Eichelber
ger, Adam Eichelberger, Ida Eichel
berger, Henry Eichelberger, John Ei
chelberger, Margaret Meetze, William
Eichelberger, Susan Gilbert, Permelia
Folk and Henry Ruff. Take notice,
the foregoing summons was by order
filed April 8th, 1884, directed to be
served by publication upon each of
you as absent defendants.
Dated April 8th, 1884.
Y. J. POPE,
SPARTANBURG C0,, S C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated
Watering Place respectfully announce
that it will be opened this Season on
the 1st of May under the same man
agement as last year.
TERMS OF BOARD REASONABLE.
Arrangements will be made for the
transportation of guest to the Springs
adi Special attention given to ship
ping of Water.
SIPSON & SIMPSON,
1 4-tf PRoPRIETORs.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Having made final settlement upon
the personal estate of William F
Schumpert, deceased, I will apply to
the Probate Court of said County for
my final discharge as Administrator
thereof. on the 26th day of April 1884.
Administrator of Williami F. Schum
pert. dec'd. 13-5t
flffII~Tf1~ E. M. Marble.,(Late Corn
IJIUI'U'FI'I i isioner of Patents.)
Obtains patents for in
ventions in this and for
eign countries. will also attend to patent
eases In te Unie Stel Court.. Once,
I respectfully announce that my
CLO T I-IING
-Is now ready for inspection.
Suits in Broad Cloth, Worsted and
Cassimeres of Latest Styles, Fin.st
Made Garments-and the very
A choice line of Handsome and Servi
ceable Spring Clothing for
BOYS & CHILDREN I
Noted for its make up, Newness In
Designs and Cheapness in Price.
A handsome line of Furnishing Goods.
Shirts, Collars, and Cuffs, Silk and
Linen Handkerchiefs, Hosiery In all of
the Fashionable Colors.
The Latest Novelties in Men's Neck
Wear, made up in an elegant variety
of New Silk designs and Shapes.
HATS & CAPS
Correct Styles-all sizes, shapes and
colors for Men and Boys.
FAUST & Son's.
Celebrated HA ND NADE Shoes,
(Every Pair Warranted.) in Congress
Button or Lace, and Lowquarters for
Summer, with any shaped toe. These
shoes have no superior in Fit, Style, or
Also a nice line of Trunks, Travel
ing Umbrellas and Walking Canes.
J.W. 00PPt K.
And other Fertiltzers. Tons
genuine German Kainit direct impor
tation, and all Fertilizers,
For sale by
CHARLESTON, S. Cs
OFFICE SUPERVISOR OF REGIsTRA
My office will be open on the first
Monday in each month until the 31st
of October inclusive, f,,r the registra
tion of those who have arrived at the
age of 21 since the last General Elec
All those who have lost their certifi
cates can get them renewed by proving
to the satisfaction of the Supervisor
that they have been lost. Applica
tions for lost certificates must be made
at least thirty days before the next
WM. Y. FAIR,
Supervisor of Registration.
Jan. 31, 1884-4-tf.
In tho blood is apt to show itself in the Spring,
an nature shoud by all means besse tin
effectivery. It is a purely vegetable, non
poisonous remedy, which helps nature to
frce all th pison or taint out through the
writes, under datEar ch 10 1884 , ad
chills- and fever, followed by rheumatism, for
tee years, sthat I was no abeno attend to
medicine, and found no relief. A riend re
commended Swift's Specific. I tr;ed one bot
tinue. unti I hdtaken si bttles, and it has
set me on mytoeetlas sndand wel as ever. I
ettr, from tweuy-three (28) of the leadin
any other one reme and threet's tpeci thas
as much as an oher blood medicie. We sell
it as a general Iealth tonic."
I am snre that Swift's 8pei saxed my lifa.
I was terribly poisoned with malaria, and was
given up to d[e. Swift's Specific relieved me
psrmty an thentiely. I tink It is the great
estremdyofte ae, G. G, SPENCER,
I have known an used Swift's Specificafor
wondorfaz result from its use tha from an
rmad n nor nt of the Pharmacopoia. It i
Poison. J. DICKSON SMITH, .1
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseasei
mailed free to aplcanSPE ICC.
Drawer S Atlanta, Ga.
A . Y. ,Office, II0 W. 23d St., bet., 6th & 7tt
IIERALD ROOi STOR E?
Turner's, Caper's and Calvary
Children's Scripture QuestioIn
Carmine, Violet and Black Inks,
Peerless Mucilage-first class.
School Books-all kinds.
Shelf, Tissue, Gold and Silvel
Bristol Board-first quality.
Blotting Paper-All sizes.
Note Paper-commercial, Billet
plain and gilt.
Together with sundry other articlet
of staple Stasionery.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Mrs. Thos. F. GRENEKER
LONDON HAIR RESTORER--REAT ENGLISS
gole Articlt. Rtores growth colo
Aristocratic families or Great Britian en
dorso it Eleant dressin . Frgat
Drgit or 3s ljd, or 7 oe. inU. a
COLUlBIl ASH Div G0DS ffol,
0, F. JACKSON, Manager,
120 Main Street, - Columbia, S. C.,
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL
NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HATS,
Ladies and Gents Under Garments,
HA TS, SHOES,
JUST ARRIVED AT
All the Wiest Novelties of the
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
W. J. POLLAED. JAS. L. ROBERTSON.
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 Pulverisersand Clod Crushers,
100 Reapers, Difiarent Make. and Styles, (single or combined.)
25 Hubbard Gleaner. rd Binders, (Independent.)
25 Threshers and Separators, (various sizes and Style.)
25 Watertown Steam Engines, (all sizes all styles).
20 C. & G. Ceoper & Co. Steam Engines, Call sizes and styles)
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 IXL Cotton Gins at $2.00 per saw,
10 Neblett & Goodrich recond-hand IXL Cotton Gins at $1.50 per saw, in good order,
5 Kreible Engines.
WOOD WORKING MACHINERY (all kinds) FLOUR & CORN
-MILLS, & MILL MACHINERY.
Otto Silent Gas Engines, Hau cock Inspirators, Dean Steam Pumps,
3Milburn Roller Breast Gins, Feeders and Condensers, Carver Seed Cotton
Cleansers, Newell Cotton Seed Hlallers and Separators, Colts Power
Cotton Presses, Shafting, Pulleys anid Hangers, Steam and Water Pipes,
Fittings. etc. Belting, Lacing, Hoes, etc.
COTTON MILL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
ex full lie of 3fachinry of all kinds in ~stock and for sale low. Call and
Send for catalogues. Correspondence solicited and promptly attended to.
Pollard & Robertson, 731 Reynolds st., Augusta Ga.
T. GAILLIA:RD, Agt. Newberry, S. C.