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THE llRiLD N NEiS
T. F. GRENEKER,
R. H. GRENEKER, Sr., EDITORS.
GEO. B. CROMER.
R. H. GRENEKEF., Jr., Local Editor.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1884.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect aFam
ly Nes r, devoted to the material in
Msts of the people of this County and the
It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad.
vantages For Terms, see arst page.
The Democratic County Conven
tion of Orangeburg, which met last
week, nominated one negro for the
legislature and one for county com
)nissioner. The News and Courier,
commenting favorably on the ac
tion of the convention, says, "It
has been the practice in Charleston,
Sumter and Newberry to give the
colored people specific representa
tion on the legislative ticket."
As to Newberry, our contempo
rary is mistaken. If there are rea
sons, prudential or otherwise, that
induce the Democracy of Orange
burg to give the colored people spo
cific representation, we have no
criticism to offer; we merely re
mark that such has not been the
practice in our county.
In tle dark days of misrule, we
- resorted to desperate and disagree
able expedients, to find, in every
case, that we were dancing atten
dance upon a forlorn hope. We
tried fusion, but fusion did us no
good. We tried compromise and
conciliation, but there was no po
litical merit in conciliation and
compromise. In 1S76, we determ
ined to "tote our own skillet," and
we have been "toting" it ever since.
We may not be as wise as others,
but that is a question on which
there are conflicting opinions.
The colored Democrats of our
county have not demanded specific
representation, and it is fair to
presume that the Democratic party
in our county is not expected to
nominate Republicans, whatever
their race or their color. In elect
ing white men who have virtue and
capacity, we are doing the best and
wisest thing for all our citizens.
We are unalterably opposed to
class niominations, and, for stronger
reasons, -we are opposed to mace
nominations. We have never voted
for any man simply because his
skin was white, and we will never
vote for any man because his skin
*is black. Our colored fellow citi
zens are entitled to an honest gov
erngnent faithfully and impartially
administered in all its departments ;
t'iis we piomised them, and this
they have. But the man who
stands as a candidate for legisla-.
tive honors must not expect to ride
into coffice on the color of his
skin; he must rest his claims upon
endowments of a far different sort.
Very many persons who are
friendly to the State University do
not nderstand by what authority
it offers free tuition:; and many of
the opponents of that institution
heap indiscriminate abuse upon the
General Assembly and the trustees'
of the South Carolina College be
cause they think that one of these
bodies must be directly responsible
for this "free tuition.'' As a mat
ter of fruth, the General AsEembly
and the college trustees have no
discretion in the matter.
Section 9, article 10. of the State
constitution rays, " The General
Assembly shall provide for the
maintenance of the State Unuiversi
ty." The next section of the same ar
tielei reads as follows: "All the
public schools, colleges, and nni
,ersities of this State, supported in
whole or in part by the public
funds, shall be free and open to all
the children and youth of the State,
w-ithout regard to race or color."
it thus appears that the organie
law of the State demands that the
tuition shall be free We give this
simply as information on a subject
which now has a liberal sbare of
the public attention.
The State canvass will open
at Picke',s on the 23rd of Septem
ber. For the relief of the nomi
nees, there will be "two columns"
of epeakers. One of these columns
will strike Newberry on the 3rd
day of October. The State Eseen-'
tive Committee has arssessedl the
D.'mecreey of Newbet ry Cornnt
Not to 'ad in r7.ying the <xpensess
of lhe Sta.te canrass We. have
bedan old maxim to the effect
that th'se who dance must pay the
piper, but we really enanot see the
A. BELIEF EXTRAORDINARY.
The Abbeville Press and Banne1
and the Rev. W. D. Kirkland bav<
been wasting printer's ink on the
University question. The last iE
sue of our contemporary contain
some five columns on the Univer
sity, in which the editor support:
that institution in a long, strong
pertinacious editorial essay in re
ply to a long, strong epistolary es
say in which the p:eacher oppose!
it with force and aslperity.
Without entering into the meriti
of the main question as presentei
by these essays, we wish to call th<
Press and Banner's attention to i
point at which its otherwise mcri
torious argument fails to hold wa
ter. Our contemporary expressei
the belief that "the standard o
morality in a State college mus
necessarily be higher than it is pos
sible for it to be in an unendowei
denominational college." A re
markable belief, verily ! But oui
contemporary's reason for the be
lief is no less remarkable than th<
belief itself. He says, that our de
noninational colleges are poor
therefore the faculties cannot ac
independently-therefore the en
forcement of diciplinary rules can
not be as rigid as in the bette:
paid State colleges ; and,presto ! ih,
morals of the State institutions ar
necessarily better ! Incomparabl
Onr contemporary, who is th<
possessor of a great deal of curioni
information, has yet to learn tha
there is no such thing as compul
sory morality. Discipline is no
morality ; discipline does not ne
cessarily inculate mr-rals. Tb
schools in which we find the mos
rigorous enforcement of rules ma;
be the very schools in which w
fir.d an unhealthy moral tone
otherwise we would expect to fin<
divinity students at West Point an
Christian associations in the Unite<
The Prc' und Batner canno
hope to win friends for the Stat
University by such statements a
this. On the contrary, any suc1
straining of points to make a fals
special plea must make the jud
cious friends of the Universit
The Independent Conventioi
which met in Columbia last weel
represented itself and the rest a
the riff-raff of the State. The men>
bers of the Convention will vot
for Blaine and Logan. The onl,
really distigs?w~ sd member of th
Independent machine is its crank
J. IH. McLane. Two years ag<
McLane professed to bc a Green
backer ; he is now an Independen
Islainite ; two years hence he will
doubtless,avow himself as a iRepub
lican,and appear to be what lhe reall:
is. No decent Carolinian can be
Greenbacker or an Independent fo:
two years:; in less time than tha
he would become a Republican
For The Her.Idd and News.
MEssRs. EDITRs: The presenct
of typhoid and malarial fever in oul
town and counti' gives occasion fo:
serions thought on the subject; 8<
vital to the health and happiness o
those near and dlear to us. T1his in
sidions disease is, according to th<
best medical authority, ascribed t<
contagion conveyed into the systen
by the water of wells and cisterna
which is filledarith a specific virus
This mniasmn is a vegetable orgaq
ism, and is generated during ho
months; hence m'alarial disease il
most common ia summer or fall
and this virus more ab:ndant ii
the air by night than by day. Al
the air near the surface of the earti
is more highly charged than tha
some distance above.
As it is declared by medical es
pertsain Germany that this is a fae
which has been amply demnonstra
ted by careful observations upoi
the German and Anstrian sold:ery
as weli as in cases in civil life,i
behooves our citiz2ns to assist th,
Board of Health by seeing that al
sanitary measures are carried out
looking to the general health. Es
pecially pig-stys, slaughter-pens
stagnant-pools and such abomnina
tions, detrimental to public healtl
If the theory be true that male
rial fevers can he transplanted b:
wind, from its source, onr neigh
bors have rights whieh we ar
bound t-> respect, and no mar
shn&d be permitted to send death
daing poison into his neighbor3
dwelling by night winds from
filt by pig-sty, or the virus of dis
ease from defective sewers cr fon
drins poisoning his drinking wa
ter. City physicians are well aware
t Lea, l:owe vr elegan t the dw weling
ori surroutiUngs may be, tvyphoid
fver will occ'ur fromi just such
aases. impure water and defective
sewers. This scient!fic fact shoold
wain us to give especial attention
to.wells and et.ern, nrticularlv at
thak ea reitsat. s N.
WiAT TUEY SAY OF US.
In :t:cordanhce w%ith a time-honored
ctstou- anotg the fr:aternity. we take
great pleasure hi "seeing ourselves as
others see Is." as follows, as the "re
turns are all in." It will be seen that
some of our brethren have fallen into
a tisako. whieh. Iowever. tunder the
Cici:llstaliCe. it wa t 1!ur:al fo:" tlhem
to t!t. Mr. E. II. Auli rert from
iuruai inm as the i.t o p)ajpe"rs we*ire
tut eel iito one. Thc su iet ion oi
tie Pr.::., (lt" Banir i good1 and sc'nl
sible", btt the Paplr i- called IIEIL':LD
AND NEWS oil aceoitlt of the seoi.irity
of the former paper.
The Newberry News and the IIerald h:ve
consolithited. and will be known as t:
I Herald and News. The uniting of twio su:ch
pape' S makes the c':c a capital sicet.-Sun
The Newberry IIersald and the News have
been eonsolidated and in the future wilt be
called the Hlerald and News. We wi'h it
every possible success ant ia long life of
The Newberry News has been consoli
datedI with the Newberry Jlerald. and the
two papers will hereafter be published
jointly, under the style of the Herald and
News. All concerncd have our best wishes.
The Newberry Herald and News have
been consolidated, and appear hereafter as
the Herald and News. Under the circum
stances it is a desirable and wise arrange
ment.-Laurens Merchant and Farmer.
The Newberry News has been consoli
dated with the Herald, ard the joint papeis
will he.eaftcr appear as the hierald and
News. W. extend our best wishes. and
trust the proprietors will find the new ar
rangement both pleasant antd u .)litable.
Aiken Journali and 'Review.
The New berry Herald and Newberry News
have been consolidated and their forces
united. They will thus be enabled to keep
t1:e paper abreast of the times. The senior
tditor of the Hlerald is to be congratulated
on having made so pleasa.lt an arrange
ment -Christian Neighbor.
Since the death of Mr. T. E. Greneker, of
the Newberry I!erald, the News and the
Herald have lt en consolidatcI into one pa
ner ut!er the sty:e of the lIe- aid aitl News.
Mr. It. 11. leneker, Jr., will have control
of the new p;per. We wish it renewed
success.-Greenwood Saluda Ar:us.
The Newberry News has boen con.oli
dated with the herald an.t will be published
hereal.er unter the name of the [lerald and
News. The lierald and N ews will tloulbties
be conducted with the same ab y and tn
erty which have heretofore marked .he
matingemient of i.- two predecessors.
The Newberry Herald a.,d the News have
been cousolida.rd and in .he future will be
called the IHelalii anti News. We wish it
every possible success and a long I:e c"f
useulness. Both the News anti the Ilerala
are excellent papers. but with the i,ent
change we expect to see an imp1.rov"emot.
Atbbev ille Medium.
The Ilerald and News, of Newberry. hrve
consolidated and will herealter he pub! I-b
as the Herald and News, anm- edtited by
Messrs. Thos. F. G:eneker. Ri. f. Greneker,
Geco. B. Cromer and L. 11. Uie:eker. Jr.
'We congratulate our valued cantemt;:QJal}y
upon the bright prospects iefore it a:u,
wish it many years of success and useftl
The Newberry News has been consoiiti 'ed
with the U:eraId and takes the natne cf the
lHerald and News. Rece.t ci-cums-;jui s
make the con.oldation an eminently wie
and proper one, and we sineciey hope t: at
tihe estinable proprietors of the consol.actd
journals will meet with every success "tido
encouragement and that their paper will toc
one of the leaders in Soutt Carolina jour
The Newber-y News in its last issue an
nounuces tue dscontituance of that paper
as a separate paper. It will hene fr(1th be
merged into the Ilerabl. and the joint paper
will be called tle Ieralt-News. U:nter the
circumstances we thick ithe airangement a
Iost excellent one for both the llerad and
the News. W e suggest that the new paper
be called tll News-ricrald. It won'd so:ni
better this way. and have a ieaning, too.
The Newbery crahl and the Newberry
News have been amialgaiated an:l w!
hereafter appear as one publication. This
step is the result of the recent death of the
sin of 'Mr. Thomas F. Grentekcr. of the lir
ald. It will ha.e Newberry with two instead
of three secular newsp^pers, au-d will dcubt
less be an advantageous arnngenent all
aroun.!. We hope so, at any ratc.-Co.utn
bia Palinetto Yeoman.
The- Newvberry News htasca'ed pubhieaion
ats a se'erate paper. It wdll be eonsol'tlhi
with the Newberry lerl and htereanfter
will alnealr as the Hiet ad and News. Owing
to the recent loss of Mr. T. F. Grenel:er or
hts son wh1o was in charge of the Hte:aldl
and to his feeb:e health ;!-s coulrse was
deemed necce>a:,, ina ehs its the propri
etor of thme News is a near kinanino. We
wish thc consolniteud rapers andl al1 in.er
esed an abundlant success.-luck's Trani
According to the annbotincemelnt i:i the
la-t issue of the Newbet ry News. thtat p.jper~
is to be mergel0d into0 the Newberry ller.:Il,
the consolidatet 1 Ppers to be caltld the
lierald and News. Wie congratulate yti
friensd Dick. andti are suire that von will di
echa'ge yotur increasedl respontsbil it is withl
that sidtelit v and faithfuness which charaa
t-rized you' in the mlanage nent of the- News.
This Is antothe-r stetp tow-ardls the futtll ilnent
ofi tile predlictioun mt:ate in ouzr :jehod
(ays.- -llorry Progress.
The News and the Herald. lmtbiilte.1 r.
Newbertv. have been consolidated, amrvI will
het eafte-r be I iae as one paper. tunder the
title of thse Herald :- Nw . Thtis ehan:ue
wats Pibced by the dethi of the talented
and muchm tmtested Tr. E1. Gri-eeker, wh:ote
editorial w-,rik uponou the IUerah, hado alie
sucht I-tigiht pa osi-' of emninenmce in las pro
fesion. Tae new ' paper nill be tunderth
edorial con.luet of .iesrs. Rt. It. Gireneke
an E. 11. .uI joun n:il i.ts of talentt adtx
perience. We wvih them the ,ullest Suc
ess.-Fnir:tlebl News and Hler--ld .
The Newbierry Ne-ws alnnotne.-s tha' i
wilt ce.se pllication ats a separate and
distinct piper, andl wit, be merged into the
Herald. which wi'l be much iptoved atnd
bear the tname of' the Herald ar.d News
The News has beens ably edited by Mesr.
R. HI. Greneker and F. H. Anul. 3ir. Gre-ne
ki-r is t he kinismatn of; lie pr-pi -tor ofi th
lerahl, v.hose son, lately tile editor t'if he
lerat-l. hasjus t dieid. The conisolislat ion i'
therefore appropriate. Newberry wijl tow
have two strong papwrs. The editors of Ihl
News will dloubtless direct the consolidated
papr.-Chasrle-sten New's a:sd C(u siier.
In ctnserver:ere of the iteathI of the able
voung edkitor 01 thei Newbewrry lgta'l. 31r.
T. E. G reneker. an-I the 3eclinilig he-alto of
his lather, the veteran and mue r:pete
senior editoir andt p:opriet *r .if that Jonl.a'.
it has been. we think very~ wsclv, aiih.
minted to cc,-ida hte the NEwewui-y Nw
witht 'h'- lie ral-l oni pt~islh the two p::pers
under the n 1m:t of th.e fleralI ui 5 wfr
Mr Rt. HI. 3ren-ker takinag chatrg of the
behunes.- of the consolidated p-apetrs. The
cenage will aid stuengtn and ierest to
jounalism In Ne-wbeai-y, an.I we h1o15 the
aillance will mseet with 1hat success whichi
all concerued so rIchly .deserve.-Union
The death of T. E. Grm ncker. one of the
most promtising antd cor,scientiouls young
jounalsts of the State, has c-ecd the
mot widespre-ad andi prcfountd sym-tpathy,
for his father, T. F. Greueke", hroprnet or 01
the N-wberry HTerald,. who hiss the respect
andI affection of the entire Statc ptess. The
younger Greneiker. who was only nineteen
years old. had beena !eft In cha'-ge of the lHe
aId by his father, who was andt Is in tad
helh, and diurinag his brief condotet of it
dmosrated his fatifuln-ss to the trust
aid his atblilt to 1111 it. The unfortuanate
codition of ali.drs hals mnade a comblinationa
of 101rec, nteessa:ry, and the Newberary
News, which hiss se-eu aibly condlutedi by
1. 1t. Gr-eneker-, 1 r.. and] E. h. A ult. will be
combined withl tile Herald. The new jour
nal will 1)e knewn as the Herald and Ne ws.
-t-envlle DaIly News.
The- Newberry Herald andl thet Newb"rry
News have b-een aunalgsatnatedl. oi- becomes
one journal. The h-'itor of the Herald Is an
invait., A short ime auro his tuea'th bhe
came so bad that. hes inttled hIs eldest onu
this .son siekceued nr.t i- d a lew wea k-s a
trW:tr-I.. AIltu:: tanler t wenty aa oif
ae, lie flled-t iii fath;e'! idace ws-ll iuahl
abil:y andi ireat niOer-ptablity. The Editor
of the News Ih a niephtew of the Editor ott tlie
H erakl. No doubt both neesi ss-1sl5nce. So
the union is a mlost appitet oneO. We
!:o :heml bh,b imi h-ave rs:ai both piapm.
Iever -itnCe they l:a..e bee-n pubhl.i-, andt
caln tet';y to, the sub,stanttlil part they (-on
trit'"d ,o hight journLIi.m. We lik-e it e
men and the papetrs. Now thant they stat.
ot togethr uponi~sr a ntew car'-er, we hiave
no douist we wi!l like t hero still itiore. Miny
t he Hrahl :t News moo-t i. Ih all the sue
cs.-- ils EC- ii '' - wi.,hi. rThe id torbdeil a-t
met will be1 conductedl by Thioa. l-'. C re
k-er, Iliichar-d H. G;retaeker. Sr.. nd- George-:
I. C router. I:-t., wi:h IIt 1. Gt iee, J.,.
as Loc-al Ehtor. tad all wvill work Iaor the
Mrs. Ge-org? Harr-i-, an aged lady of
Tllapoosa county, Ala., diedl rer-i-ntly
unlder .strange cir-cumstan5ces. She told
hr hinband in~ the mornintllg that she
hti to =:n-1 aft--r f-or ih'idr-eu. a:d
-cnt afte--:ch'i d * :in-1 a, ro2n as
ter a-rrive sh l i dwn a-id di-d.
.Th M.A - -: the Dse:ccu a'i te :
diiate fo:- Co.'gre i: the First Dii
tt of M.wis-'ppi. enter-ed the Coni
ederato atmy -at the age of fout-een
atl arealf.1 2 ritek fne fat- rera
PEN AND SCISSORS.
The property of the Trinity Church
corporation, New York,iss-id to reach
the immense figure of $100,000,000.
This fund is under the control of a
board of trustees selected from the
vestrmen of old'Tri:ity auntit. Paul's.
It is wvell that it is out of reach of.a siip
prry Bank pre-ident for Caier.
'hj(e followin:: i g )d enough f. r a
tplace in It he 1IERArw . xn NE A
prominent citizen wt- b cl. lli" :1 to
contribte in the erectO of a ch:ren
buillin. Ie excused hint lf, but.
promised to consider and give his :tu
swer next moorning. When again call
ed on. he said. "After vou-left. I took
up a lpaper, and there read that of 10-)
people 55 years of age only 15 live to
the age of 70. I am 55, and according
to that I have searcely 15 years of life
left, the probabilities are I shall he
among the 84 who die before reacling
that age. All that I have to do must
be done quickly. I thought after you
left I would give you 820. Here is ty
ofTering, with my be-t wishes and
prayers.' The envelope contained a
check for one thousant dollars. with a
slip pinned on bearing the words.
"The time is short.' This is a noble
example of laying up treasures.
The Star Areterus is reported as
speeding directly toward the earth.
It is coming at the rate of 320,00)
miles a day. There is no cause for im
mediate alarm though as it will nt; be
here for 93,Oa0 years.
Miss F. C. Smith, a young lady of
1S, from Southport. Coni.. jumped
from a two-story window at Bridge
port with the intention of eloping with
a married man and broke her ankle.
She now lies at a physiciai's office,
unable either to elope or return home.
Mrs. Skidmore, of New York, is one
hundred and t wenty years old, has had
five husbands, has smoked the same
pipe for.fifty years.antl was once kissed
by George Washington.
A scientist says that the reason kiss
9ig is so plea.anht, is because the teetl,
jaw-bon:es, and lips are full of nerves,
and when the lips meet an electric eur"
rent is generated. lie should explain
why it is the electrie current does not
work when he-kisses his mother-itn-law
t to please his wife. Science cannot up
set our religions notions about kiss
It was a Boston lady who a4:ed the
waiter in a restaurant to bring her
"some detached propellers of the am
phibious anlal1: of the genus raI."
When he found out she only wanted
frogs' legs he became a raving maniac.
Two boys tiew a (lead eat in the
" face of :>-voung married woman as she
sat at the window of her parlor in Bal
timore on Tuesday. The shock tlhrew
her into convlisions during which she
I gave birth to a dead child, dying her
self in a few hours. -
A personal canvass among the
clerks in the big stores in New York,
tsuch as Bates,Rced & Cooley's. Rogers,
Pecet & Co's, Macy's and Simpson,
Crawford & Simpson's, shows heavy
g gaits for Cleveland over Hancock. the
increase being frequently several hun
dred per cent. As many of tlfc e
tablishnients employ from 150 t> 3,0
voters suelt gains count heavily.
A new journal called the H!on '1ZOOn
c has just appeared at Brussels. The
proprietor will be happy for a mouth.
But wait till the paper wants a nlew
In U1urmaIh editors receive elephants
in paymnt for subscript ion. Il tis
country the pap.r its.lf is about all
the elephant the editor cares to keep
SA cotutry newspaper recommtend(s a
ne.wsp)ape(r worn across the (chest as a
protectiotn against cold. . Those who
h Iave been warined by a newspaper can
testify to its thorotughne.ss.
Rleports from Southierni Arkans:s say
that the destractioni of domestie:boi
-mals along the lower Mi-sissippi by the
buffatlo ginats is saidl to exceed all for
mier experiences in any onec year. On
the Mississippi side the losses exceedl
by fatr all former records. Within a
raditu of ten intiles from Grenada six
htundredI: maleshave beeni killed by~ this
From the News and Courier.
H OW TIHE COUNT STAN DS.
The New York 1Ierald publishes, as
coming from Denmocrat ic soun-es, thme
followving estimate of the divisio~n of
the 401 electoral votes bet weent Cleve
lanid and Blaine in November:
States. Cleveinnd. Blaine.
Aabaa............ 10 .
~ Missippi ..........9
New Jersey......... ..9
Wetli.gini......... 7 2
Neesay 7 ..ie..... 0
Th erl orc 8tmel ..y
t B ti ..maeI wilb3en btGv
ero leead 6ol h..76eeeoa
3 oe or hnae 3ecsr telc.Sp.
1 n selcto tete4hr - ..tnan
to 2le -e~.hll~ th
36 ote o Net Yrkbe oul sii e e2c
:ed.Undr tis etimeuci.e oul fut1e
afod Olo..:e2 9OC fOhooa
th 6o W~t13gnit ..Ud"tee l
ki~ tari n clnztO ..e~escce
- n h..lcait.
Th ~tm8eo th..mcaicvt
i~no uras .al. 14i o:bfm
tht le.l13 wl ge.. woeo
th ~ lc..l ee of7cii.ta
thr s uin i9t nta tt..
but n ti' (1h6ha~ li..ei0ca
..n hi ale :v 5 arposeto
c:rri~ linis 3w, ..orm ..ii
M.n.Minst . 3rsa hd
I4ndan Vr . Evn 30 isl
shr u'd 9okn ..e n vr
Wirconst i v........ . 11 .: ,ie rat
messa(-rylc tochic e...........201
T ~1 be IIeat correpn tt shay:r 'CtC
"By thisestimatlit wil be s'een tha ato
and ri fco to But amler wh hud the t
in tha loaifty."t!d l
Th -tmaeo h eortevt
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Cnii the Fi ure of
P. ROBERT4ON, FrI ietor,
No Liquors of any
ED AT ALL HOURS OF
THEDAY OR NIGHT BY
Sept 11 3- tf
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TiE COURT Of CO.MION
Napoleon B. Davenport, Plaintiff, against
William M. Dorroh and Jobu 1). Pitts, as
the Executors of Henry Burton, decc.-ed,
who was the ao!c Executor of John G. Da
venport, deceased, of wlioie will they are
now the Executors, Theresa R. Da::enport,
Edwin G D.venport, .John G. Davenport,
Iobet: C. Daveujtorr, Sarah Ann Daven
port, Amy W . Hill, Joua,hau W. Davenport,
William G. Davenport, lcl'.ina it Daien
port, Louisa icClire, .ionathan ). P.u!d,
Elizabc.h Huston, William G. McKeever,
James S. MicKeever :.cd Wi!d= McKeever.
To the 1)efend-nts atove named :
You a.e hereby summoned r.ud rcai'cd
to answer :l.c complaint in th,i< JctiOf,
which is this day fied! in the ofilea of the
Clerk of said Cour:, for . aid C.unty and :o
serve a copy of your answer to :h said coin
plaint nn the .uhscribers at thir (Aice at
Newberry :'cnrt lIonse, S. C., w i;h;n tweCa
days after he service hereof, exciiT of
the -ay of such serv:ce: :4m1d if you fail to
answerie c,milint within the time ufcre
Isaid, the 1.!aintiff in thi9 ::e:ion will apply to
tht; Court :r the reliefdemauded in the com
plai. D ted September11. A. D. 1'.
::IO1NIAN & SIMKINS,
To the )e'eniants, Amy W. Hil, Johuc
than W. 1) ivenport, William G. Davenport.
Melvira It Davenport, Louisa McCiuie,
Jonathan V. Rudd, Elizaheth Houston, Wil
liam G. D!. eever, James S. McKeever and
W1 ilds Mc:" ever :
Take i.-ee: That the Summons in Iis
actiou, of wh ib the foreguing is a copy,
was tild in th3e office of t!:e Clerk of t;e aid
Court of Common i' as, at :ewberry Curt
house in the County of Newber;y, in the
Staic or S.,uth Carol'na, ou the 11:b day of
lO(flM AN &. S!MKiNS,
New barf, C. H., i. C.
This 11;h, day of Septc.u!)er, 1SS .
Cheap ! Oheaper !! Oheape t 1!!
Commi rcial Note 5. 10 aual :'a echts per
Rillet NJ.e, flue, 15 cen:s per Ther.
GiL-cd;e Note. 15 een.s per qi:e.
Envelopues 5. 10 andIt 1 cents per pack.
TIIE 11ER ALD) D,OrK STORE.
"Grace was in all her step',
tt Heaven in her eye,
In.vcry gesture dignity at:d
So) appeare,l Mother Eve,
and ,o may shne hmer fair de
elnd.m, w ith the e::ercise of
comml on sense,care and proper
treaitmet. Anenormous nu
bet f n emite comnplaints arev
or' c' csu;>>r in~ f the Menstre
Fumer ion. In every such case
tt: s'erir.g and unfai!ing
* speelle,Br>->rrs.'s FE-I
3IA L'- I EUL ATo0i, wvii efT ct!
rel er aw'l curc.
I i< from the recipe o'' aW
mnost istingaished phyvsic:in.
*r Itiomn'a'ed or st rie:lI (dic'i
na Ir <"' dIien-, w.o bay
cm"na ton has ne er belc i
suI:. It ' isrpard with'
.,hn: e 'i from :ic fiiest
m : r.:. It h;o,rs 'hit pail'n
- fo conumerof streng-4, cer
a . V o < T , elegarce of
FIpre.- :o, be:e.y of appea:-1
r r: : :.Id rel:i tive; cIte- pn-e j
Te-c."mony in its fauvris
-mune* ~. it never f..;ds when
Tiwilcertify that two
tO m::r of my imm.diate
fami:iy. after huvin:? suiTeredl
for mnyn year.'s fronm imenent i.'
i,rregularity, aid ha.ving becn
tren',qd without benefit by va- '
rious4 medical doctor.s, were at
len;tth completelr cured lby
one bottle of Dr..i. BIradfleid's
Female Regiula:or. fi effect
in sueb c;i-e I isut'y wondlet
ful. and wedl may the remedy
b le enlied "Woman's Best
.AIn S: W . 8'riRANC E.
Se*nd for or boo0k on t he
"Ilea lil and llappiness of
Choice ' lHarIey, $1"
Sept 4 .'t U tirrentdl.i, S. I'
ANDERSON MILITARY SCHOOL
fuel, 8:2 1.'r mothul. F"or a:nt!uu
addrss LIGON & 1(EEOL, An.lderson, S.
70TICE IS UErREBY GIVEN IN
jpman-. .tce of Soetion 1.417, Re
ied SI:m;t' of Southl Cariolion. that
Gn'-r.l .Ae'r~ of South Car.ihtta
inI N.Ve? :i.r. ' i ;'. a lt w ill be
tiro of THE- 31IlLA'ND RAILltGAD
COMPAN i 01F SQt'TH C'AROLINA, to
be granted by the Legislatture of Southi
Our Entire Stock of Smmer Goods, in\
To be Closed Out At d Selow
Imnanse bargains, never heard of be-.
fore in this market:
Gents' FINE LOW-CUT Custom-Made Calf
Shoes reduced from 85.00 to 83.00 a pair
FAR BELOW COST.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Fine
pera Slippers r'educed from 81.25 to 75e.
pair. Ladies you can't afford to let this
A2LOS'r <*1IVEN AWA?Y
They must go if we only get 50c. on t
'We will do all in our power to b
you these hatrd timles, and if you not
take advantage of our bargains t it is
your own fault.
We call the attention of EVER.YBODY to
where you will see with your own eyes the
I M ME NSE BA R GAlN Swe offer. Every.
thing in the way of Bargains sold strictly
CILOUD & SMITH,
Thec" iNewberry Clothiers, "
A nd Leaders of Fashion and Low Prices.
Crotwell's New Building;
Main Street, Newberry, S. C.
THE Superintendents and Overseers of
Pub!ic Highways are hereby notitied and re
quested to.pat the hiigi,ways in ;;"od repair
at the earliest possib!c woment.
The law requires that each .td laed ,bail
'ol the ro:ds not ;es thlan ; th:e flor
atore than (12) taeve d.tvyi each year.
y or'cr of CU).n:v 'ottn i;orer:
..S N. P. GUGGA NS,
S-pt 2::d. IfS 3S 3: JCerk.
Ne werry Co!!ege.
! E\T t:sESON OP'ENS WEDNEsDAY,
O t. 1, 14. T1re"e C,ur es of I:strue
tion-Cl:s-icat. 'i,tilo.ophival and leectic.
1Libriry of 0.0 :"olinles. V,"l c'i4liphC(I
P'iv,ical and Chm ical Laboratory. I ealt by
climnate. The Institution lhas been l<.catedi at
Newberr; for veven y ,tiuring wlich
time there has b(en only one case of serionh3
illnes-i and not a ringle deai aiong the
Expenses, itnc:(int all r.ces'ary out:'ay,
rii;c tromt $ 135 to S 165 per _e.ssion of
'ite Collee i= free of debt.t to!. inel-i.ing
(ndowilei:., i:ss property va tit aa at -
The PREPARATO3Y DEPA"TMENT Will
be in the char;e if 31r. 1'1:' i,tusT. a
gradluate of on: of our ibe-t schoois. who
has been teaching fo.urtcen years. 1onr,
men desirois of larepanrin: for Colleg, at,t
parents desirous of av;iiii ie.tt'. of
an efciee:t school where ti:cir boys inay
havethc best of i:h'trnc;ionh, wCi ct 1o wei to
p:atronise NMr. GIilbe rt..
For f(:rther part ictlirs a"d .
C. W. HOLLAIN, res. ent.
THE CHEAPEST !
RitWA13D C ABO S
1:: -rn::n: r"un
P.1r D1:oz Ac.
:4ER..D 300K ST !
STA TE (4 OF 'l CAlOld NA.
CU NTY (ii INEE\\ -ILI.
Mar:in .1. Young -x'or, v. Nanite 1. Gold
ing, Adn-.,.1 nhs W. T: -l!c, Ami and
By order of tic Cour: herciI, a'ed 7 .Jine,
1?', I wi' :11 . pu.dc outcry, iororC t:
Court IIouse, ' ewherry. on the is t .ion
dav i;l October, IS !, q; t t T act of i '].
known as the 1iver 'lae of the late i::j.Il
T.aiib-, in he Count: naSl S ::e ior-. . -,
conta:ting One Iund:i' '.d cres,
more or less, and bounded i: Little River
a"d by la.ds of W atingtuon r:) Ca"
.Tohnson. H. I. 1a'gum tnd tihis.
T'Eards.-Thc purchaser wilh e rec1nired to
pay in ca:1 one-half of the pnrcla-? m'ne",
and to secure the ha!ance, payale) in twelve
I .o:tth:, with intene.t f.or,i th:e day of caie,
by a bond andt a momr.te -f the preises.
Ma,ter's Offce, Master.
f I Sept., 1 ' 38
At a Sacrifice.
To all who int tad purcbasing Macbinery
for GINNING COT ION this scasion, I would
beg to say, 'hit I have evcrah ,ttitt on hand
for sale. lavi:g be.:n used but very lItie
and bcinrt alur(,t as guc :1as rc, , it will be
to your interest to inspeCt the s:nne before
purchasing. I wi,l superin:end the staim;
of the yMachine,y m.velf andg:"urantec satis
fac::on or no p(y. Y.u :nto-x what yen get
before you pay fir it.
The above I can -ei! at. abut half their
Can also r.nppIv von w:th any class of
NEW M ACIIINEI~Y you wkih.
Address or call oui me at Co!umbia,'S. C.
N0. 70 MAIN STR E'ET.
Wishioal corte oming falln
winer iTeyre othie fin Sack.
ouh, Cosre and Ch hie,rd.
Wostes are verys fhionabanle
agai thipase.onThn aladthe shaety
ionbfor Clth bning all takn
theser.r gooey,r d in Sks,n
Dreass Suits, rs uis ig
oTal, Corsteret and e Lticom
p rstead airet frm fthioleadin
main tis.ars,o jobbing thesaes).
Tis lnys Clhices aetany
vaetilcare stolec thios t for n
Yoth, lieones, and Ia nowhlrrn
pz'cato shoain the laigt o in i
thisartnent inclu aesad es ry
th ese goodi dShoolei Sirts,a
hsseSbits. m h ayltl
Thise he 14par.itmnt ios cnow
ilet upi wit' frolete tck Iofdn
mnehis larger thIane in past seayus
As tihstyepamnt halos ber en,
stoc i s beeW idnN markedl down to
ofW4II(iCk C olumb 111 M. C,