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Local and Special.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 11. 1884.
Subscribers are asked to Icok at 1
f gures opp,s*te their names, :nd i
they see that their subscriptions have
exp red, will please remit the sum due. I
Mr. Jar.'l Smith, about SO years c
age,. di.d on tie 5th af:er a 1inger:!
Mr. and Mr-. J. B. Werts lo-t thei.
little daughtjer Mamnie, aged 13 years
on the 9.li intant., of tvhoid fever
At the BIaptist Chur'ch last Sumla.a
mo~irnin!Z, the sacred rite of baiptismn h3
iumnersionti wa; performed by Rev. 'r
B:oadillas. T1'wo) vo;Ing ladies were im.
ml -rs,ed. Thw service WaS imnples ive
There will be no preaching in the
Lutheran Church next Sund:ty. Dr.
Steek will be at home the followin
''he Fourth Qnarterly Conference
for Newberry Station w ill be held ol
the 4thi and 5th or October.
The union meeting will be in the
Presbyterian Church next Snnday
The colored carp-meeting begins or
it- 12th at the Bandusian Spring.
A Writer rh the Stylus
Magazine. published at Newberry
rrllege in thh State, gives Chicola as
the Indian niame of Carolina. This is
a mistake. The well known expedi
tion of I)e Ally on landed at St. IIelena
Sond,. or th:' rorlu of Coosaw river,
on wh:t 1hm Indi io:S call Chicora. One
of the m1o.t stril. ilg poen of the poet
G:.so n t is entit.ed Chicort.--Berkeley
State S. S. 'onvent-ion.
T.:e S.eth Carolina Sanday School
Conve:tion is t, be held i:n Coluimnbia
Ont the 1 ith and 18th iusts. The topies
to b - dis.n-sed are : "Iow shall we
keen our vo:ng iten and von g wo
mie'1 1in the Stunhty Schoolf" -The
pareit', work in the- Su:av Sclool.'
'.s: Ces ful teaching its eaINe and
its resuits." Interchange of views con
eernii'g pln of conducting Sabbath
S ho dl sueees-fully. Miseellaneous
busine. V ha. kind and form of
Lir.itare ought to be u ed in the
S.i:day S:"ho 1.
Ih. followviu: are the (lelegate- fron
t.is conniv\ 1). 0. iierbert, M. A.
('rlid, x. S. Boozer. Cot. Juo. t.
Leac4"li. Al ernates : A. J. Kilgore,
C. F. B' ayd, L. W. Siukins, Rev. J. E.
..Is coipai ,isitatlon.
La-t Satirray, Bihnop Howe m:lde
his annual vi.it to thi- portion of li.
=i."-e. :iin o:i S ui!ay morning as
h rc etur, 1r. 11a:ckle, in the
race-, i-r 'o-rm:~e.l tie rite of conii mn
aton.: elivered it:e dseoumrse and ad
ai liere Ii thr hI- r contnunion. The
ervie 1 - wer, fil, embracing the le=
>. liaally and the ante-< oimuli
ionl "rvice. The. c04oir -ang. the
2'i Ic wih h-lppy elleit and tihe
of the ten coin:dments by
1- ..Ut was iirmpressive. Im mediat ely
:it: thi * ist. le'sson, aid whlil e the
4Just:U, I am. without one ptea,"
w:sbeji sung. thce candidlate for
eo dirma ion, a youn:g lay alproachi
e & h eh:inc.-, and was baptised by
the r,-etor: the conftirm itio:1 by the
[B! hip was at the close of the sersmIo.i,
the unLi(d.ite presentinig htersAlf be
for thne chaln:ei while the~ inspi:ing
wiords of the hymn,
--:,y raith tooks up to:hiee
we- e tii;i it the -an:uiry with thevi:
wet st rinsLZi. The ap->b.tli olilessing
by iih. ilah)w a- hec l:Ljd his handu- upion
thielh -:nd of th.- fair yotung candidate.
was a,. :onc:et sci.0
The( s-r.:mni in t:e mirai *g ias
u:on h: '' .:} S,eward.'' One of
the n-otal. hI-'fa:ar- of thii -ermon
w:s ih . dives:zig the parable of its
a :>para ii 12m4rality. T1he commnenda
t i',n Of ~ he \teard'L., eonrse 1:y his
mI isteri erc he. ha.l be.-ui (aLh-d t o an
in...-r....W -b 1ord of the estante,
w.as .:y' amirat:o;n for the cim
ning y 'i i wi -h he sought to shield
coeinhi, ira'Ii, by co!!u io. it
the de r to) theC estate.
The nor*tra ial of th'e pa:thwr,y of sin,
tep) by -c 1:ep.~nnil co:iseee is hush
c-d. thi iOce of our goo:l :tng'l un
heedol. anI 0 ':r will par.:zed, was
At the (eo telian i. the Bishonp urged
iis he-ar'rs to be goo I and faithinl
te w aL r : , b yV mt.nk i:n g frie n d- o f .t hie
, e;i.l.nce and syiimaihy with the
o ring and helpless. and in all goid
s' that at th last we may be
..1omedC into e'cerlasting mansionIs.
,i e d sco .- i-i the evening wa:S
from~ he aotle's dleclaation, "We
know 'at we havye pas<ed from death
uto le. brau1s. we love the bre-th
r,.. Our ,brethrenl are the brother
ho- of mn mnT%here is a spairk oIf good
in the' m1)St ea1mous heart, and it is to
this th-it redeemiig grace attaches it
.elf. We must love, our enemies. Not
that we' enn look Rupon the persecu
1iins of Nero and- thesacr'> f St.
Paul alike. Yet, if our one , nger,
feed him, &ec. We mu.st prayfor those
who hate us. Love is aglow with all
thinzs gentle, pure and true ; for love
i. of Godl: it is life and light. IIate is
its an!t ipo-le. and the inlcep)tionl of hea
ven and hell arec o:m earth. Selfishness
gathers its pleaisures and spoils with
indifi'erence to othiers. And a heart of
hate, last. envy. detraction and ima
lignanit p)anionI i the beginning of the
aibysmal dlepthn whose 'worm dhieth not
anid whose tire i:s never quenched.'
Trhe Bi"hop's sermons were models
of elegance inl their construction, and
In th'eir delive'ry lhe is gratceful, nat
ural and persuasive. We i are imiiply
mtadle alusi>n to a few retletionis thait
have occurred to uns, for a =ynop)sis or
b:;ief review eve-i of sermons so coim
pr.-hensive a:id tinished, too often dii
t:ibs their symmetry if it does not
confuse their sense.
The News and Courier Sensiatlont.
Thursday laist the gniet of Broad
Street, Cfiarlestont, was comnpletel.
upset by an event which might well
be terttied the evenlt of thne Q&eason. It
was~ the arrival of the Comniy's great
PerfectingZ Press. It will be reinem'
bered that thne press was or,!eredl ol
Messrs. Iloe & Co., early in the year.
and onl- now has it beeni comnplete'
Smne irl-a of its -ize umay be thad fron.
its enlormiouS we'ght-2U ions ; thner
were sixty-seven pa?ckages or boxes
Thne next~ thing t:> g.-iting a -hlub o:
subscribers t.9the HIERALD) ANI1NE'.vS.
would he the plea *mre of sieiin th
- rat edition oif the Neu-s awl- Comor
ran o!Y o:n it. The' proprietors des'rv'
all the patronage they are bound t<
DIh!afect yonr premises with ermih
a.ehiubl VimTY CKUA?. AtE
LAt the R~etcras all Conic In.
The crops ate good and the people
are in tine -pirit- at Ninety-Six and
Newberr\ County.- -Gafliuy Carolinau,.
The Time Draws Near
F For the :mecting of the County Re
1,I pubicanI (COnvet,ion. Sat;:rday,}" 13th,
aud the brav: will a-sem!le i:' con
South Carolina Reports
Present condition of cotton erop
better than last year but much iniu-ed
from rust, which may cut shiort the
The Opening Days.
)is Nora ('itel?'s S:hool will open
onl the ';5!t hin-t.
T%he Newberry Fern ale Academy
will open on the 17th inst.
Newberrv College will open on the
fir.t c f October.
Mr. Lo::is Sehodair, of Butte City,
Mo.ta::1 Terr'ttry, ha, our thanks for
beautiiul specimien= of ro.k front the
rold and silver mines of the West.
Some of the pieces are weighty, and
of varied hue and p:esentt : brilliant
app."aranlce under a strong glass.
Trust vs. Bust.
Th: Greenwood Saluda Arguis says
When Emerson said "Trust men and
they will trust von." he could not fore
see the characteristics of mnci of the
present tdy. An ordinary business
nltt's view of the samane thought to-day
is "'Trust men and t hey will bust you."
The Game Law
Expires on the 1st of October. Be
tween the 15th of Mardi and the fir=t
of O.tobcr it is unolavftil to catch. kill
or in.iure any wild turkey, partridge.
dove, wo'denek or ,hea> :t. The pen
alty for violation of his law i: a fine
of $10 or im;rionmn"nt :o:- .en tays.
Grades of Cetton
The otr ;der of the grading of cotton
was ti.:ed by the mee:i g of represen
z:Liives ~f c:)t!on extat7ges n the 3rd
inst. in New York , as foilows, observ
ing the rules of last year: Fair, ni
dlig., gool utiddling, low Imiddling,
good ordinary, strict ordinary :m0 or
The! ,Sa ino Ary/ s says: The M o
ther Hubbard is a charmuing apparel to
wear at home, but on the streets it is
an open defiatce of all laws of decen
cy. It i< a proper and becoming dress
for ch:ih(-enl, but is as mu11 h oult of tone
for ladis as ho"t drecsss and red
On the Banks of the Broad.
The Faintield Xews and Herald of
last week says: At the station of
Dawkias on Friday last many young
people met at a pitnic. Newberiy.
Lexington and Fairtield were all well
represented. 'Tihe domis of the spacious
building- of John S. Sw\ygert. Esq.,
were thrown open for the entertain
ment of the visitors.
The time for getting renewed certifi
cates of registration will expire on the
fifth of Ootober. Transfer cer.ificates,
when voters have mnoved their resi
de:1ee, can be obtained up to Ihe lt
of November. Any voter cominig of
ege between tthe 8th of July anid the
1st of November can obtain a certiti
Remedy for Corns.
We, that is the local ed., are not af
'ieted with corns, b:ut know seve
r.l friends that are, and we turn aside
from o:ir regular course to copy the
follo wing : r. R ose. a mierchantrof
San Di:ego, annuses that these crea
tors of so11 oneh to:I'ne t in the world
'-an easily be curedi ly:pi ynvago
caofgumi arabic mutil::g - every eve
ning on going to bed.
The Cotton Plant.
Not the cotton plant tha i. eunti
va.e:i in the tela of N ewberry, but
tie Cotton Plant "cubhiated" in Ma
rion by Capt.: W. J. McKerall. It pre~
seats a 1:gorouis growvth, ndl shiould
be introdurced into every fa rmier' hom -
in the State. As thie cotton planrt ii
he tieh.is nees iroper :iutet ion to
'make it grow,s bspriua c!
tonlantit needs pr:oper at tentioni to
mai:ke it vigorouS and healthy. Sub
scribe. See advertisetment.
Now is th: time to give Smith's
Worm Oil. Mh291y.
To any bo:ly wvho has disease of
threat or lungs, we will scnd proof
that Piso's Ctne for Con-numpt ion has
enred the same comphiint in other
E. T. Hlazt-:LriNE..
I.91y Wa r.en,'Pa.
The fields are whitening with o;pen
ing cotton and pickers are gatherijig
the erop. It brightens the eye and
gladdeins the heatrt of the farmer to
see the widie fields of the fleecy staple
all over the country. On a Southern
plantatio.i there is no happier time
than the season th1t calls forth the
old minstrel melody of "Way dlown in
the cotton field a pickin'." The dlar
ky whistles and sings aini picks, while
lie thinks of "'possumn an,l taters," and
the farmer calculates the number of
bales he'll be likely to make and the
"priee of cotton" when it reaches the
AmIdst the Hills and Dales.
Trhe Edgefleld Chronicle says : "Our
young friend Mr. McGowan Simnkins
as rtturnedl home from a month's va
cation,which he spent amidst the beau
tiful hills and dales of Edgefield and
Newberry. He regards Edgetield ::s
the greatest summer resort on earth,
and says he would rather be in Edge
field on the hottest summer day than
Ont the highest peak of the Blue Ridge
mountains." Edgefleld is either a very
cool place or has a great attraction for
our friend. Mac has a fertile imagina
tion, the result of a close application
to his friend Billy Shakspeare.
The Young Intendant of Laurens.
It is always a great pleasure to us
to see honors conferred upon a New
hierrian, at home or abroad, and espe
ially upon a young man. And al
though we ought at all times to, take
pleasure in noting the rise anu pro
gress of a fellow-citizen, yet ought we
chiefly so to do when that man is wor
thy of the trust and confidence be
stowed!t. liut it too often happens that
the truth is brought to lbear upon uns
that "ai prophet is not without honor
-are in his own country." (Right here
we stop to brush away a tear-drop on
account of the reflection that perhaps
if we had publi-hed a paper away from
hli-- we would ntow be rich and hold
oflice, ins.tead of being poor and unm
honoretd anid utnsung.). Mr. H. H.
E vans. the niewly-instaulled Intendant
of the townt of L-murens, wvill prove to
the people who have elected hIm, that
he ls the righit mnan in the tight place.
.1 tIit the da (Il tO he po6ina na thm
The Tr-enton corrospondent of the
E'g.tiAld Chronick last week had the
followiig interesting paragraph, which
we supplement with the hope that the
ia:lv of whom he speaks (and who is
Ml":re of the HERALD) may reap
a rich h.:rve6t in the field to which she
31 M 'g-e MeNinch of Williame
ton wil1 op.n a school at Capt. I. P.
leiry's .lool house, on W1ednes h:iy,
S"pt. 3rd. She will be a;sisted by h.-r
niece, M s LIlian Swygert. .They
c cw ell recoimnendled, and I hope
they will (.tahlislh a gio)l school,
which is m el neefiedc i hi< e ctio:t.
To Our Boys.
D. yn ever ti:nk. boye, th::t yo:1
will soo:: be men-an-a1l that. :ll the
gre:t ai1airs of Church anl S:ate now
<k penlant upon yo;ur fathers, sonier
or i iter will deco!ve u1pon01 yol '1'hiiink
ab>ut it, and live s:hlt Ioinorable. use
ful. truthfui lives as will lit von to
take upon yotrselve; the mighty inter
ests that thii great. world has in store
for vou. The wealth of tie wo:ld,
wit ii all the science anl progress of
ages, will soon be given over to .vou.
Look abroal upon the inlhriian'e,
and prepare to enter upon it. Be
wise, yet siiple ; be dilig-nt, obedient,
kind and courteous, and be ready. Be
matily. A m:tnly boy attracts the at
tention and gains the respeet of all.
Some of our brethren of tih St:ite
Press love to dwell upon the interest
ing subject of woniat; "the domestic
(lueent" in the hive of humanity. The
Col umbia Palanetto Ieomnal speaks of
her as "t.he guiding star," with th%
"signet seal of Christianity upon hor
queenly brow," with her "dual empire
in the ma;culine heart and the familY
circle." The Ilorry Progress takes ip
the tl:ead and weaves a beautiful galr
land with such thoughts as "Arouind
the naime of wonan clnter our bright
est mcmlories. Sweetest thoughts of
happiest days start unbidden at its
Imlention." -Now all this is cweet and
temier and lovel,y. And while we ac
knowledge that wlih:iut w"o:nau mn
would be as a flower of the hell which
to-diaV is and to-morrow withereth
away, yet we wxould not have these
brethren forget the fact that woman
can get man into lots of troible when
she takes a notion. She did so in the
garden of Eden and she has been (io
ing so ever .since. But with all her
faults we love her still-and frisky too.
Is a very curious animllal. (We clip
from the Lexington )i.patch.) lie
somletimes paints the town red-->;me
tines he get- pai ited red. Ie is sonme
times in high spirit=, and sometimes in
low spirits, soietimes he is in rye
spirit,. [Bat he do:i't always ackiow
ledge the corn.-ED. H1. & N.] Seme
tines he i; up, soietimes down.
Sometimes he is broke ip, sometimes
he is kickeci down. There is a great
deal of sometimes in the history of inl
editor. The editor is sometimes very
ferocious. We once real of a man
who was seen cotr.in g out of an edi
itor's den, with one eye hangiii out
on his cheek, a knot as big as a comet
on his head, a gash on his chin and his
nose weeping blood, and when asked
what was the matter, with a smile he
replied : "I went up to see the editor
and lie was in."
P. S. by the II. & N.-Speaking of
the ups and downs of an editor, we
see it stated that an ex-editor~ out
West is now a b:uber. He is not the
only "shavet'' in journaz:lismn. This is
homne(s)pun and w.on't be understood
That the man who sh'ot a ruffian in
the act of assaniting a young wom mn
in Scranton, Pa., on the 3rd inst., di'i
That the fat woman who staried
herself to death in Readling, Pa., after
a fast of forty-eight dlays, through a
religions freak of fancy, was a fat fool.
That the Californian whlo cats mice
an:1 nies is hard up, very.
That Count L. G. A. Van Limburg
stirum, who died lie other (lay, h:id
name enou;;h to kill him. Swear we dlo.
That the threatened outbreak of In;
dianis in Northwestern Montana should
be nilped in the bud so effectually
that it woiuld never rise again.
That the French murderer who was
betraye d by a woman's toot h (the tooth
having me worked into a ring in his
possession) is not the only man who
has gotten into trouble through a wo
T1hiat the Russian corvette which
seiled an American schooner at Beh
ring's Ibland in Behiring's Sea for il
licitly selling r'um to natives proves
that alhl the w.hiskev is not drunk in
these United Stat es.
That Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood, the
female lawyer of WVashinigton, by ae
cepting the nomination for "Presi
denltress" of the United States by the
Woman's National Egnatl Rights Party.
proves herself the biggest one of the
geese in the whole flock.
That the ladies who arme beginning
to comnplain of the practice o.f kissing
each other every time they meet,
l)ught to complain loudl enongh to
abol)ish the business.
That it was a wise editor who re
marked that now' is the time w.hen de
caying fruit, vegetables and other of
fensive matter about the premises of.
the care'ess man will prove very di
sastrous to human existence.
That the D)etroit Free Press got off a'
good thing when it translated C.7 O.D.
"'Call On Dad."
That the Chester Reporter is wittfin
saying the latest fashion in trousers is
to melt a dude and pour him in hot.
That the four following paragraphs
are too good to be Iloating around
without a credit :
The thermometer has, in a small
measure, climbed down from the stilts
it occupied last week, and
TOt taay look for frost next week,
but we won't promise you that you'll
see it, and
Most men object to a rise in real es
tate when it is caused by a cyclone,
Never judge a man by the umbrella
le carries or the clothes lhe wears
they imay not be his.
The Observer's ' C. F. B."
Mr. C. F. Boyd, who has for a year
been the Prosperity correspondent of
our neighbor, announced in his laist
week's letter that lhe would be com
pelled, on account of pressure of busi
ness, to give up his regular weekly cor
respondence. His Prosperity packet
w.ill be missed, for he did indeed ran
sack the towvn for news, and his clock
like regulairity imp)ressed us all that
"C. F. B."' (C)ould (F)ind (B)revitiles to
fill his "column-and-a a week." And
we have often thought, if he will al
low a stranger to be so familiar with
his name, and as our friend Broadbrimn
would say, "(B)ully (F)cr(C)ally." But
the spell is to be broken. It will be
sad, when looking over the columns of
our city cotemporar'y, to realize that we
(C)an't (F)ind (B)oyd.
Sbhner's Indian Vermifuge destioyed and
expelled worms thirty.years ago. We gta
eea It eo do fla game its.ait ime tikh8
'he Public Roads.
The Board of Trade at its meetii
a Columbia on the 3rd inst., adopt
resolution that its committee <
ublic roads "be instructed to prepa
cirrular asking the press of the Sta
-u.zglst the propriety of legislati
. the road question and that the cot
Of ti-e also prepare a memorial to ti
- i=Iature re'-ommending the l-vv <
tua:l tax f -r the pnrt os.- of worki:
eic r.usb!ie te> by . TI
EiIALD AND W:S st:dk 1ealv 1
-t in ti,- r.1l aid pu: it- houid.-r
e whel for a -olutio . f tlti< v.x.
11 imnp~rt:.t :nel p:ZZl7n:, p)robh("l
:n Nebher.v nember- of the n.:
en-"ral A.,--mi1 w, %%-ill ilnmo:tnli
i(e 1se:ce s if thvr el'eet. a rem i
r the m':s("r:able condition of o
nhwavs in winter. The snecessfi
an conl get back to the Legi-latnt
easy as falling off a log.
In this connection we call the attel
on of snperintende.tts and overseei
public highways to the adverti,
eut of the county comminhi.sionlers i
,lay's paper relative to patting tl
lblic roads in good repair at the ea
.st possible moment. This is ver
Iportant, and we do hope that wor
ill be commenced. without delay, t<
ards having our roads ill as g.>od co:
tion as they can be put for the wit
NOTHER EUI11 7 11D fRO1
Pelham's Certuiu Chill and Agre Si>ecif
IIl in the lead, baniabing cbil:s and fevei
all their varied and hideous fotnd, whei
er used, when other remedies fail.
Notice, "Oue bottle bus cured four in tr
wily, wbeu other medicines did no good
, say they all. A.k the following nanme
rsous what they tuink of it: Capt. Asa I
iis, Clerk of Court E. P. C'lalmers. Jno.1
ry, .losepb C. ilatrgrove,Frauk Z Witsot
G. Motts, T. H. A!ewine, Juo. Hende
a, Jos. Pitts. W. T. Wright, Wade W. St
r, Jas. C. Ilope. of hope Station, Ileur
rudrix, Frank G. Speariwan, Clarence G.n
all of 'eak Station and others.
For furtlier pareieulrs call at the Labor
tory of W. E. PELIlAM.
Rev. A. J. Bowers of Columbia ta
cie to Virginia on a mo)nth's vac:
Capt. .J. W. Gary has gone to Cran
rd, Miss., on a visit.
Dr. S. I'ope, Snrgeon of the Pen
iltiary, whose recent illness induce
mn to visit Glen Sl.rings, is d.rivin
eat benefit from the ch:uinge of al
id dlit t.-Col)wnhsia Regieter.
Misses Maggie Suher, Florence Crt
e'", Ella Duncan:, Eniia and Mani
erts have gone to the Greenville F(
Mis4 Annie Floyd is teaching sch o.
Miss Sallie Gretteker and Mi-s Salli
ine have retutred from Columbia.
Mr. C. C. C:ase is on a vis:t. to Iet
Mr. J. A. Chase, w ho has for ; fi
ontths past been the clerk of th
ewberry Hotel, will inl a few day
turn to his home at Florenc,e, accon:
nied by his sister, Miss Alma Chas(
We were pleased to see Mr. L. C
oore of Columbia in town last weel,
Miss Hattie Blake has gone to Nei
r1k to visit relatives.
Harry Clarke is back.
R'v. E. P. McClientock atnd M. A
irisle, Esq., ha,ve returned fror
ne WVest, whtere they atte-nded thI
mth Carolina Presbytery of the As
eate Reforme~d Church.
Mi-ses Gntssie D)ick.rt, Mamtie WIhn
r, L-wy Bowers, 3hllie amd liessi
heel-er left last week f.'r the Hlager.
wnt, Maryhan.', Semi.mry.'
'rThe seior of the HERA4LD AN)
EwS has again b(cen confined to li
ot for several (lays.
S. E. Evans has gone back to hi
egraphie post in Columbia.
Mrs. Cash returned home otn las
slay fromt Spartantburg.
Miss Lillie Chapmaan is ont a visit t
r cousin, Mrs Hayntes, of the Colom
a Female Colege.
Mr. C. A. Tilley, of Georgia, was i
wit Moniday andl Tuesday dleliverin;
am's Atlas to the subscribers.
Mr. G. J. Goggans is clerking a
.B. Wheeler's, Clarence Hunter a
r. Robertson's, and Messrs. J. (
ry and J. M. Hunt at J. N. Marti
Mr. S. B. Kennerhy of Gilbert Hoi
w is on a visit to his Newvberry htome
Messrs. W. T. Trarrant, Wv. Tr. Wright
.H. Wright, S. P. Boozer, J. Manir
. . Leavell and L. C. Angel hav
turned to their posts.
Mr. WV. C. Summer of Pendletoni
Miss Johnnie Abney, who has bee
ite sick with typhoid fever, is cot
Capt. A. P. Pifer has returned frot
.e valley of Virginia, accompanied b
s niece, Miss Annie Pifer.
Mr. Duane RusselI of Laurens is o
visit to Newberry.
Mr. W. HI. Pool of Greenville hit
me to Newberry to clerk at th
Capt. G. E. Isaaes having returne
his post on the C. & G. R., Cap
.S. Motte resumes his position on ti
Mr. Arthur Kibler is teaching scho&
;Tranwood, in No. 5 Township.
The fall session of Miss Beula
rnekers school will open on thte 1
Mr. Z. Sparks of Columbia was on
sit to his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Bos
rs, a few days since..
Mr. J. A. Glenn will send htis fath
>Atlanta for treatment, as his e~
eains in a very bad condition.
Mr. W. G. Pitts is now conductor
dte material train. A Mr. WVrig
kes his place here as sectiont-maste
It looks funny to see two ladi
eet, eaeh with one eye tied up.
Mr. C. J. Zobel is on a trip to W:
Miss Anna Chalmers, we are pleas
o know has recovered from a spell
He must be making rapid progre
hen he wants his letters addressed
are of her father.
Another Jalapa boy found his w
a Helena one (lay last week.
We know a school teacher not ve
ar from home who wants a certs
ouig lady to attend his school.]
hinks he could then do what n~
'charged" against an ex-canididate
his county. But the aforesaid can
late denies the "joke." Says he
iot whip his wife when she was
Mr. T. P. Lane has gone to Hend
onville by private conveyance, aceo
>anied by Dr. J. L. Speake. Tom I
yeen in bed for a week since htis
;urn from Charleston with chills a
lever. It Is hoped he will come hol
msntkely restored to health, feoit I
A Local Trouble. '
A local editor sonetimes, accident
ally, in a way he does not know exact- i
ly how, gets up a paragraph which a
makes his heart flutter with joy and p
pride. He likes it, and other local ed- a
itors like it ; but tintfort unately they ti
like it so well that they appropriate it o
altogether to themntselves :and giive no n
credit to the paper in whi:h it orig- I
ina:e 1. It g?% s the r e e -le, lc ite. a
in one instane.- to "exchang"," and i.) il
other instance- to thi- a:'! that pa:"e:-. Il
and iwvI r to the r'ght o! e. The local g
progenitor sees it we, k aift(r wick, 1i
eopied here, there and everywheie. a
:un.1 he grows eross and pn-judic"ed. It 0
look to hint : if th--re is a di-po~il'o l G
to e"r.la'( him) nut of ;b.- :m na of lif , t!
-i:!k h:n i.ito a forty-f .or well, Put f
copprs o':er his eye-, or do 'onethiug h
egn:lly oj.-etionable. He does not i
lke it, and e:iers hi- protest agaiist it. a
When hioary a:;e whiten- his locks he
mzay bear p:tiently these little trou- ti
bl,ls-parliap. but not now. o
I"i this connection we ca 't refrain m i
from saying that it is rather fuiiny to tc
hive one of your "original thoughts" P
thus treat"d--and thcu copied into your .h
ourn town cotemporary credited to another it
Paj,r. It has a tendency to make peo- -W
pl' think the article wa stolen instead w
of being ori;ginal. di
Since writing the above we caine "t
ai:ro-s the following in our level-head
ed cotenporary the Greenwood Salula A
Jdryes: Last week we noticed a little -
squib going the rounds, and it was
crt"dited variously to no less than threts i
diflierent papers, while it appeared in in
the coinmus of some of our exchanges ei
with no credit at all. It would be hard
to determine who-e brains fathered
the little waif. The pla~iarist is a liv
il :stration of the fact that D
---"things ae not what they seem." G
If a journal finds it proper or neces
ary to use the tIhoughlts of another in
:i clmuns, h- should give them dle be
T'te Independent Party, ra
Last year ki.own as the Greenback p
party, hell a State Conl-t". ii'ion in Cu
lumbia on the 4h inst. J. Hendrix
\IeLane pelmii;n1en1t ehairnui. New- g.
he:rv wa not representtd. It appears ti
from he !y,i>le-r that only eight coui
ties were represented-or about thirty fto
unen. The e ii: vY:t. ion 1 o'minit"d an
Eliectoral ticket as follows : At Large
-W. W. Russeli of A ndersoi and C. t.'
C. _1Cov of Chesttr. 1st District- li
.J. T. Brown of Su:nnerville. 2d Dis- i
triet--D.. Win. D.:rham of Aik:-n :l at
)istrict-G. J. Gr'eeu of Ocoie. 4th
Ditrict-C. C. Trn"aer of S;>artanhtug. n
5th D)i=trict-.J. L. Wit-o. of York. VV
(ith Ist ric:-A. 11. B , en of Marion, m
7th Distri.t--Thio:na.; Baskins of
Stniter. The followin; nowina
tionls were made for Ct,r:gresnen : at
1st District-J. lIc;drix McLIne of
Charl.-s:on. 2d. Ditricl-W. H. Dim- L
can of Barnwell. 4th Di,triet-D. It.
F:aztcr of Fairfield. 5th District
A. G. Johnson of Chesterlield. 6th d
District-Dr. M. Kelly of Williams
burg. No nominations were made for im
the Third and Seventh Iitricts. No N
opposition, therefore, in ii .i district re
to Col. Aiken. No nominatti of a 1,
State ticket was made, but the matter
was left in the hainds of the State Coi- u
inittee to place a ticket in the field
should they deem it advisable. The
Electoral ticket is inl the interest of Y
Blaine and Logan.
Thus it will b: seen that the old R..
publican party. i i disguiise, is trying
to slip ini on us. We'll wait andl se Ca
what the "Rteg:a-" will (10 01 the D)
The State Fair.
The Codumbia B. ard of Trade at its le
last meecting det, rminewd to ad,l to the w
attractions of the S ate Fair this ye:r. to
The U,)ard pledgedl at least $->00 for
the entertaiinen t of the visitors. A
committee was appointed to colleet the N
money needed. "N. G. G.," the versa-r
tile and talented correspondent of the
Keics and Cjoutrie, fuirnishes the follow- te
ing interesting itnformation :Presidlent
Pearce su;iggeste I the engagemient as,
the principal att: action this Fair week T
of the full Reese-s American Band
whichi so brilliani lv openlei the seasoilh
at the New Brigh. o' Hotel. Th'ie hand bi
will cost for the week about fifteeni
hundred dollars. und the Fair authori
tics are willing v aid ini securing it.~
Th'le line new bu;!iling will, there-fore,
prtobably be ope: ed with somne of thec
be-t m,ic ini the colntry, anmd Column- D
bia will have plenity of melody during D
the week. It is prop>-ed also to have G
uniqi(ue and han. somel iiluminationis on &
specitied groumnds at night, and to se
cure for Fair week in addition the at- ho
traction of the ele-riic light on the
p)rincipa:l streets. T'[ board are de- R
termnined to do fully .a much to draw R
and entertain a cro al as they have r
(one duirinig the latst ! wo fairs.
We have mreeiodn the Premium L'st.
for the Sixteenth Ami.ual Fair of the ~
Our Head, Oh! Our Head. y
TheNEWBER iI;I ER ALD AND NEWS
comes to us with ai new heading. We th
canuiiot 5:iy t hat it is :m pretty one, but hi
that will not d.-tract fromi the able
manner in whli hi the paper wvill be a
conducted .-Sumeter A cdance.
TrheNEWl:EIRRviERaALD) A ND NEWS
has four Ed:itors-mnore tihan any other c
newspamper in the State-a forumidab:e
array for a wveekly newspaper, espe
cially in a small town. We regret that t(
our Newberry friend did not select the E
mnodern style of plain letters for its fr
heal1line instead of the famcy but an
cient style that it use.--Edgefeld a
Out interesting Newberry exchanige,
the HERALD AND NEwS, has a new a
and flashy heading. Brother Grene
ker, we can't say we admire it ; but C
"every one to h.is taiste,'' as the old 0
woman saidl when she kissed the cow.
--Sarannah Penny Local. v
ThieNEWBERRY HE RALD AlWD NEWS e
comes to us wiith a handsome new
heading this week'. Long may thet
the Grenekers live to enjoy a laborious r
and prosperous career.-Gaffney City
You're Right, Old Pard. t
Henry Watterson, the editor of the
Louisville Courier-Journal, says : It is ~
comparatively an easy task for a frothy
editor to string ouit a column of words b
upon any and all subjects. His ideas
may flow in one -veak, washy, ever- t
lasting flood, and tne command of his s
language may enab'e hinm to string
them together like hiunches of onions,
and yet his paper may be but a meagre
anid poor concern. * * * An editor
ought to be estimated, his labor under
stoodl and appreciated, by the gencial
conduct of his paper-its tone ; its uni
form, consistent course, manliness.,
aims, its dignity and its propriety. 3
There is one man in the coutnty who 1
does not like Broadbrim's letters.
"Tell it not in Gath. Publish it not
in the streets of Askalon." We hung
"our harp upon the willows and wept,
yea we wept when we remembered"
all of Broadbrim's letters and thoughtI
that there was one man who did not
Glenn's .AnS'rra ater. AtA
Law and Theology. I
In 16' the Lutheran Synod of
S ttlh (arol:n- :na :tj tieit S::u- ex
p11l1d R.-v G..dfrev I)reh-r fr mt i:s pr
in nib ri bi for h.terodoxy. A n:t- iii
j~r:tl ,.of ;Ih.- itu"orprorato:-s and tnemt- re"l
b r - .f :h Sv !:.rtav. -d :;emset1 vs (1
, :,I - i, i - rV. 1:. Dreh,r :tui eI
w-thi himn b,,c.t,, :i-so.-ilted wci'h thte I.I
T.-" n e .e.. S :od,: : 'I h,-l,! po::s.- o:1 1
of th,- ehur.- properiv i: thi' S'ate.
Tanu-ew ::vt aher,"l to the S uth Caro
liSta Sv,o ! i:s:i it td snit for th.- lir- v($1
pls, of ob,aiiin. i s:e::ion of the tt ,
e1inrc"h tetnoralit ies befo:e Ch.tut ellor
.)loh JohntZ to,e. Ini 18,1 Cth:in.eilor tte
John1sto til I"- h iee:e". S -titg '
for: h1 tht:t i i:er:ts of tbe So i:t Cau,r t
liia Synold w1e,"e the proper eanI.uEltins - !;i
of the ihuIrch 1in-p.- rtv, aniln tho-e who " I
seceded or wcere rxpelle i lost :ll right: %
therein ; htt :t the adherents had f:til
ed to give notice to Rev. Mr. Dreher
and his followers of the action of the
Synod in re ereuce to the expul=ion, th.
R,:v. Godfrey Dreher aid the seceders the
were permitted to hold possession of adr
thie( :lireh property and the bill in F
eqiui!y w:as disinis-e"d.8
Alessrs. Ciark & Muller have given
the notice required in the decree of
Cli:nce:lor Johnstoie, rendered in
1811, and have tiled complaint and de
mnand41 for relief. A reference is being
held at P'eak Station, on the Columi
bia and Greenville Railroad, before
W. J. A-stmann, Ezq., Clerk of the
Court of Lexington, as Referee. Col.
L. F. Y :oum:tns of this city atitl Major
II. A. Mectze of Lexington represent
the adhe;cnts of the Tennessee Synod.
The reference will be full of interest,
as it is tndertood that the forms of
h:iptism, the administration of the
Lord's Supper and other matters of
church government will be inquired
into and. argued.-Columbia Register
A FEW WORDS FROM CAPT. R. W
BON NER, A WELL-KNOWN CIT
IZEN OF MACON.
In Augu,t, 1881, nearly three years ago,
my son who was living at Uin:on, Ga., c.ime
over to see me with the intelligence that hi
wife was iu the Isst stagesofcon_umption and
that her pbysiciao had pronounced her ce.o N
hopeess. I went innediately over, and I
fet iat no;i;ng could be done. Site was
coughitig and spitting incessantly, and at
times would discharge from her lungsa large
quantity of pus or matter-could not sleep
or retain anything on her stomach, and was,
in fact. in the last stages of the disease. This
was about the time you bg :n to adverti-e
llrcwer', Lung Restorer, and as my son ex
pressed a desire to give it to his wife, two or
three bot:tes w-re procured and wi:h tcarce
I n vestige of hope we conmenced giving It
to her in small doses, gradally inereasing
the quntti-y until the pre,eribcd dose was
reached. St-e began to improve after a few
do,es and cot;tinued to do so daily, until she
was flimsily re..torcd to health, and is to-day
perhaps in better health than ever before. fr
Sc is subject to '-old- bur a few wllloys of
Ure wer's Lung Rtostorer (which she is never
a ithu:) relieves her immeioatuelv. I cn
,sider her tctoration to perlect health a
niiracle, for which she is indleb-e.i to ilrew
er's Lune Restorer. My son is a mono- S
mnaniae on. the subj,.ct of Brew er's Lung Re
s:orer and never lets an opportunity pass
where he thinks such a meJicine would be
r, quired, that he does not freely spe.k of
it n most glow'u; terms. Not long since y1
a Northern gtntletunn on hi' way to Florida
iceard of this cure and w:s induced by my B
son t give it to h is invalid wife, and she a
was eured as if by magic."
Mr. Chailes Eden, of C inidad, Coloradlo,l
savs: Seein: certifica-e. of the wond_ rful
cur"s made be Brewer's Lung It rstorer. I and
was indic-d to Ey it onl my little son, who
a,, troulIed with long or throsat af'ecti,t,
p.onuouwed liv .tie physician, couisum!i<an. -
Ir :ie:ed wronderfuly i,n him, a nd by the
ime he.~ haud taket one bottle of it the cough bi
rizppe;teit. I am now on a visit 3o myff
.irents in Georgia, liut wihl return in as few.
.! is io my h->tme and w ill certainly take A
'uime of the Luiur Restorer with mle
L U.I.R, R.NKiN & L \SA R.
3Macont, A'tzunta and .A:b.iny. Ga. I
(Brew"r's L:ug Restorer contains no
llilwer LyftoCu'. Bridge. W
Where it Touches the Shores and the
Great Columns in MIdstream.
"What a beautiful bridge between oldT(
age anal chilhood is religion. hlow intui
velv the chitld beains with prayer and
worship on entering life, and how intuitively,
an quiting life, the old man turns hack to
pra-er and worshtip, putting h imself arain
ide hiv side with the infant," rem-irks Sir E.
Bulwe'r Lvtton, in his "Strange Story." A
Yes, but between its distant auburments the
bri<ge of life has many high and awful
aches throudh which the wild wAers dash
tnd roar in wrath and desolation. l'ra.ser
and worshtip atone do not su-tain.these.
Nature's solidl r ocks must lie unshaken be
neath andt human art and skill must rearC
and oidify the atrucite overhead. God's
wil is best e-emp!tned in the laws Ie has
made for the creatures whom Hie has placed
under their coninol. Neither the child's
trustful "Our Father," nor the o'd m in's -
"forget me tnot in the midst of mine infirm-A
i-ies," will alter this by thae weight of a sin
Science and art first-then faith and pray- 'r
er-is the order oft'Heaven itself. Divinity e
heals through its agents, and those agents Mat
arc the discoveries of mani; not the vauge ing
announcements of prophets or seers. Is life tura
a burden to you? Does timne drag? Is your a
power to cope with life's problem and duties
weakened ? You are not well. Your blood
is sluggish and taitnted, perhaps; or some in
important organ is torpid or overworked, per
This fact may have taken the form of dys
pepsia. rhenmatism,gout, malaria, pains in whb
be stomach, chronic hietdutene, or any of a.
dozen other ills. P'ARKER'S TONIC will in- g
vigorate you, as frersh air invigorates those d
wo have been shut up tu damp. fettd cells. Gre
It is powerfu!, l,nre, delicious, scientfice,
safe- the keystone of the central arch of the nur
bridge of life. Sep. 11-l1m.
A CASE WITHOUT HOPE. to
Juo. Ri. Booker, of Macon, Ga,writesr the
In 1873 1 was attacked by the most rave
ous sort of cancet ous sores, that ate great '
holes Into my fle h and spread rapIdly over cal
my body. I received the very best medical nal
attentIon; was dosed with mercury ad pot. far
ash until I was so crippled with mercurial gi~
rhematlsm tnat I could scarcely hobble suC
about; my throat and mouth were badly ul- of.
cerated; my hair began to fall out. to I
wrecked was my general health, that I be. thi
came a physical ruin and my life was a bur- af~
den. For a long time I was bed-ridden, and TE
my suffering was so Intense that I prayed tea
for death as a ielief. I exhausted the whole cIa
catogte of patent medIcInes in each ease Sc
following the dIrectIons religiously. Each tic
in turn stemed to aggravate the malady, and thi
none of them benefited me in any way.
When life was apparently hopeless I com- chi
meced taking S. 8. 8. yo this Specitic Itht
o e my life. In ten days I commenced Im. 5se
proving- and in a short time was perrectly ak
well, ifv hair has grown out thick; my tet
health a~nd strength have returned; the ul
cers in my throat and mouth are entirely tbi
cred; my appetite has returned and the first
time in years I enjoy my food. Every sore
has disappeared fromn my body. I weigh as
much as I ever did in my life, and am per
retly healthy in every way. The very germs -
of the cancerous affliction are destroyed.
Not only is t'.le terrible malady that was
preing on my life, and which cvery one
pronounced Incurable, entirety cured, but E
I am also relieved of the bad effects of the 3
mercury and potash mixtures that I was fed I
on for years."
Beware of Potash and Mercury mixtures,
gotten up to imitate our specific, they are
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mail
ed free. o
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta. F
Ga., 15i9 W. 23d St., N. Y., and 1205 Cheat:
nut St., Phila. Sep. 11-1t. P
His Slippery Glass Eye. pi
"The Squire," says the author of "The q
Hoosier Schoolmaster," "woreone glass eye 1
and a wig. The glass eye was constantly
slipping out of focus, and the wig turning -
around sidewise on his head whenever he
addrested the people of the Flat Creek Dis
til." Sad spectacle. Parker's Hair Bal
aimp.,.re and.. enr1 moe the gtrowth of
m NEW BOOK STORE.
S MOLLOHON ROW,
OrI' ).ITE r:iz COURT 11oUSE.
CO,IELLD, I'ETTY & CO..
-e At the m et ilg of the State Demo
cr.itie Connnittee in Columbia l:ast
t- week :tppoi:tmett t were made for the
s ma m m-etings in the idifferent. cou:
ties. Tha big day for Newberry C. H.
n will be Friday. Octobor 3, with the
C folloawi:g -peakers: i.n. IIugh S.
r- ''homupson, llon. MI. C. Butler, lIon.
y C. Rt. Miles, TIon . J. C. liIa-kcll, Hon1.1).
k Wyntt Aiken, Ifan. E. B. Murray, Hon.
- I). H. Dncan, lion. W. C. B.-net.
Iloa. George Johnstone i= appointed
t- on the li=t of speakers for Pickens on
the 2:rd in-t. (the opening lay with
TIampton in the lead) and for And-r
son on the 26th.
I The Address of the State Executive
i Coinmmttee to the D"mocrae wi! be
Spubli-h. d il full in the next issue of
. this paper.
The Newberry County Democratic
v Committee met on the 9th inst. and
canuas:el the ietirns of tlie Second
Pr;nary Election of the 2nl inst.. de
claring A. H. Wheeler and W. W. Ri=er
the no:uinc(s of the party respectively
r- for County Treasurer and Sherit?. A
I- resolution pa-sed by the couunittee
Y can be found in another place in this
- p:aper, which will explain its.-lf and
give all the information rela:ive to tlhe
m eting of the committee that they
d.-en necessary at present.
Various and All About.
What is it but a map of busy life?
The busier a man the happier he is.
"An idle brain is the devil's work
Knowing this we tacide the affairs
of.thi6 week -with ene:"gy and viO.
r We were made happy the other day
by having to change a five-dollar bill.
- 'Tis said that n,iasic will soothe a
e say:ge breast, it our opinion is that
money will do the work more satisfac
torily. isnt it is o::l} our belief ; we
i should like to have inure experience.
'-Claude" Zo. oft' a good thig the
other day. Talkitg to his Uncle E.f
E gar about cotton, he said that he would
pick for him. Whar would you charge?
asked his uncle. "Oh, nothing," re
plied Claude, "I am kin, you know."
Pretty goxl for five years.
c Pestmtaster Goss, at Un;ion, explains
a that he was not removed from the of
fice but re-igned. having b.'en made
short in his accounts by a subordinate
who has Leen convicted in the United
The Latr.nsville Herald complains
that the railroad authorities ate taking
up the Iish-bar rail on the Laurens
road, which is :t- good as new, and
putting down in its .tead oll, nearly
worn out light rail taken from the
Columaabia anad Greeina i.le roa I.
It wa-, --UeJe Rumus" over i.a Geor
gia who li)sai.l that M!s- Lual.aItaat had
-comei back to G.orgia soil whmere. she
Scani get fried a-allhu de for sapper.
- We. see at item ini the p tpers to the
el'et that br.iains aand b.ase ball fre
Squiea:tly go together, :and that the first
lho :or an oaf Universty of the South
was the chamaapion enrver of the seasoan
in Teannessee. Notwithstanding this
s it is stated in oflicial circles here that
Mr. Kelly econtemplates retr:ng fronm
The Anader5on Military School has
Sopenaed withI about aninety pupils on
- the roll.
The grading on the Rutherford and
a Gaffney City Railroad h:as to begin,
according to cotntract, the 1st of Octo
ber. The friends of thu enterpr ise say
that the road wilcranybe buit
andtha th gadig wllbe tom
nmencedl according to contract.
aA wvriter ini a scientitie journal says
a black eye is simply a "severe contu
-sion of the integuments tunder the or
bit, withI great extravazation of blood,
and ecchymos:s in the surrouandi:w~
cellular tissue, which is in a tumuefled
Lstate.'' And here all this time we
e have stupposed that a black eye was
simply the aesault of a little man call
ing a b'g mnan a liar.--Korrito$n Her
11 Mr. G. LA. Sease has otur thanks for
-some of the finest and sweedest honey
we have ever eaten. If we ever cease
n to love such honey may the gnats al
y ways bother us.
Look out shortly for Flynn's flying
" colors in the advertising columns.
Broadbrim says it is about time that
e we stop putting anp gentlemani for of
efice and then assassinating him wih
dmu I and lil:h.
~.We Invite attentioni to the card of
eMr. M1. L. Kinard, of Columnbia, which
appears this week, informing geatle
meni. youths and boys where the latest
fashions, at the lowest priccs, can be
See summnons for relief-Moormnan &
Simkins, plaintiff's attornteys.
t McElree, of the jewvelry palace in
Charleston, tells you where to save
a money. See card.
r- Tillman Watson, No. ';0. Mamin Sr.,
Columbia, offers machinery at a sacri
re The new schedule of the S. C. Rail
way cam e to hand too late for correc
of thsweek, the form having been
lit printed on the first side already. It will
tr appear in our next issue.
eThe card of Dr. Peter Robertson,
lwho has opened a new drug store op.
'posite the post office and under the
figure of the lion, appears to-day. The
ed doctor has a nice stock of new and
of fresh drugs and solicits a share of pa
:Ss Mr. Os. Wells is superintending the
merection of. a one-story brick building
70x637 feet, on Mr. T. C. Pool's lot ini
ay rear of T. Q. Boozer's and Mathewes
& Bowman's office. The building will
ry contain four offices, two of which have
in already been engaged, one by Dr. S.
e Pope and the other by Mr. I. N. Gary
in Mr. George Adams accidentally shot
di- himself in the right hip with a pistol,
li at Mr. P. C. Smith's residence, last
is Monday night. Thbe ball ranged down
wards. We saw Mr. Smith Tuesday,
and he said the wound was not serious.
tas - aeknown and watched the use
re- of Swift's SpecIic (S. S. S.) for over
nd flifty years, and never have known or
ze heard of Its failure to cute any case of
s a lood Poison when ~rperly taken.
'DtJo. - G 3
EIOCRATIC I1IL AR'TERS,
Sept. 9th. 1S84.
T'he Exe-utive ( irn'" tee met and
i i tab .: "" . h retr.nrs of
!,e.., .. Primlary L:<-,-. :o.. The See
:tr} re ' tetl ti r 0 : ot box and
ni ..s .ctr.- ;.x ' I:1 not been re
v .!. n hre:t;-on ti.c fo:luwing reso
!ut v::s ailopt " :
,-r..l%-l. TL-,La t!: t::bu1:t 'i r titr+' fo.r
seenn't Pri.,.ry En - i" -tin. tar S!ei-r ir ait
a. uitrcr. sh tw 1u' W . . W in -r .ait ' .. i .
et-'.tr h,er-- r.-' .-v .1 n 3ti:jority -f -he
er C.L.t i: theIt b . cxse site.. tutl ttaar are
ret'.r.- it c"' r.-I ti.- . otte.- 4 tit. i-u
:ttic 1'.trtt : btl itu:a-m11tii rs twot of V-ie
e" at pollit > pIl .c, t.-w t: at Glymph's
re .ti..l Gi s -:', h iv- not t."ts tetcrnrt
hieC".lu.est: ""--t- :c o- i:.t. I" +'-I nttl. ntu I
itations of i.- t>c:u"c :t i - t'-.., . iit ec
h:e c:ttplitl.t"1t.. .. ei 11 - t:::ht t. co"strual
1l te- l t .- .to cor l..' -1 v ith,. . t itst. to L
ich tim.: tit- ot mtm. e tt.ke' u rc' e.
J A. Ki. P'. G6Ga NS.
It. H UNT, Jr. Cttail man.
C wormsi change the compl-ion they
'e a tendency to destroy the vi'al energiei
t sustuin und prour:ore tealth and life;
refc,re, at tie fir41 indication of wor.as
ainister Shriner'. iuli:an Vermituge.
or stile by Dr. S. F. Fatit.
$16 FOR $10.
$20 FOR $13.
$25 FOR $15.
ELGIN OR WALTHA WAICRS
11 ECLID SILVER
/ ST ABOVE PRICES
rOR 63 DAYS ONLY.
EVERY WATCH WARRANTED.
GENTS' SOLID GOLD WATCHES
FROM $25 UPWARD
FOR P LRTICULARS WRITE TO
CHARLES1iON, S. C.
ov. 15-ly. -
A NEW SUPPLY
I~ ,HERALD BOOKR STOREA
usic 5 cents.
,pe:crie 10, 15,23 and 2. c.n's .
uks wisic: cost 10, 15,25 and 50 cents,
untd 15 Cents
tattt to Make room for Fa If Stock
re-ptc fully .olicit a call from my f1 iends,
a sintre of cuIttm. -
ug 2~ 5 if MIS. T. F. GRE\EKF.e.
.TCI1ft 9 A D JE T LRIY
t the New Store on Hotel Lot.
have now odt hand a large and elegant
ITCHES, CLOCKS, JEWE.RY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
LI AND GUITAR STRINGS,
SPECTrACLES AND SPECTACLE CASK
EDDIES ANO BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDI.ESS VAMIETY.
11 orders by mail promptly attended to.
itchmaklng and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch..
.l and examine my stock and prices.
ov. 21, 4-tf.
HOM E AND STATE EN
he only journal in the State published
iusivey.in the interestof the Farmer anti
mfacturer. and devoted to the besariy
our Homes and developing our Agrienl
I resources, and Improving our Stock
THE COT (ON PLANT,
3 page 40 column beautifully pt'ated pa
at a price
SIXTY CENTS A YE AR
ch puts it in the reach of every farmer.
he October umber will-eou;ain the
st speech of the Horn. George D. TIiman
vered at the Agricultural meeting in
nvile, on "Ferracing and the Cn:tiva
.t the Cow Pea, Rye, and Vetch as Ma
e and Forage," which is worth In itse.
the farmers of the count-y, and ten timei
price of the paper to any farmer who will
HUE COTTON PLANT is not a theoretl
paper but each issue is made up of origi
and selected articles written tar she best
nes and stock raisers in the country,
ig in a clear and .easy language their
ceses and faal;es,,and the cause there.
rot. W. H. Withdrow, of Cheater, one of
beat teachers and educators in the State,
r a careful and critical examinoation of
E COTTON PLANT writes: "A live
ther, with such n ptaper, could have a
is in Agr:eulture, conslsting of his whole
tool, and what an amount of useful, prae
i1 information could be communicated in
Ve solicit men of every prefsion, m'r- -
mtnt, farmers and muanufacturers who read
Newursaar Naws A'I H ERALD tO sub.
ibe for T HE CO-TTON PLA NT. and thus
u s ln building up aSteeandHomne en
Letive agents wanted in every county in
State and South.
Write for Specimen Copy and terms.
THE COTTON PLANr,
ep. 11-4t. MAaRIon, S. C.
As P. PIFER, Priacipal.
iHE NEXT SESSION WILL BEGIN
.on l'ith of September. 1884.- Course
instructIon as thorough as at any
smae School in the State, while the
ice of Tuition in the Academic,
usic and Art Departments is corn
tratively low. For particulars in
ire of the Principal, or of S. P.
oozer, See'v, Newberry. S. C.
Green and Dry Hides wanted. High -