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THE HERALD AND N.R
T. F. GRENEKER, )
R. H. GRENEKER, Sr., EDITo0is.
GEO. B. CROMER.
R. H. GRENEKEB, JR., Local Editor.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1884.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in thehighestrespect aFam
17 Newpaper, devoted to the. material in
Isrests of the people of this County and the
Swe. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantag. For Terms. see At page.
A WORD TO THE WISE.
Our attention has repeatedly been
called to a grievance which our
drayrmen and other wagoners have
long suffered at the hands of the
railroad employees. We say em
ployees because we take it for grant
Ed that the conduct complained of
has neither the authority nor the
eneouragement of the railroad ofl k
cials.
The trouble is this. Wagoners
who wish to cross the railway at our
.freight depot for the. purpose of
carrying freight or delivering cot
ton often find freight cars'on the.
crossings and are compelled to
wait an undue length of time.
The town authorities have often
been, called upon to open the cross
ings, and there have -been cases in
which drivers left their wagons and
returned to town for policemen
before they could force a passage.
The railroad employees know full
well that they have no right to let
cars block the crossings for more
than a few minutes, and they al
ways yield to the officers of the
law; but they have been the cause
of great ficonvenience to those who
think they can cross only at the
sufferance and by the consent of
the railroads.
The busy season will soon be
upon us, and the cotton sellers will
want free and open passage to the
warehouses. The. depot and ware
houses ought to be on this side of
the railroad, but they 'are not and
.we must accommodate ourselves to
their present situation. . We have
great respect for. the railroads, but
we think that the i-ailroads should
have due regard for the rights of
the public. Honors shiould be
easy. The roads ..should maintain
their rights, but, after. a few min
utes, they bave no more right to
leave cars on these crossings than
a wagone,r would have to leave his
wagon and team on the railway at
train time to prevent the passage of
the train.
FROM THE SUBLIE TO THE
RIDICULOUS.
In the daily News and Courier
last week appeared. a glowing tri
bute to the memory of the late
Bishop Pierce;'written by a member
of the editorial staff, whio i~s indebt
ed to Bishop Pierce. for. his col
legiate education. The beauty and
excellence of the tribute are marred
by the following sent.ence: ".He is
one of the King's buried jewels and
God will take him home with Him
at last, if He has to burn the wortd'
and sift the ashes to find him." W e
cannot refrain from calling the au
thor's 'attention to this sentence.
The italics' are 'ours-the words
which they emphiasize we are not re
sponsibre for. The:'sentence is es-.
sentially bad. It Is unworthy of
the writer as well as his great sub
ject. It is unchristian In sentiment.
and Irreverent in manner. If it
was intended- for effoot, It is a suc
cess; if intendtd to heighten the
effect of a just tribute to a great
character, a.failure. 'Bishop Pierce
would' have -been the last to write.
it; the frrst to condemn it.
.King Hunmbert's devotion to his
duty - and his subjecta is at once
heroic and 'admirable. While the
chole-a is ravaging Napiles and. all
are anxious to fly from the.soourge
of death,, the devoted King goes on
his daily rounds, visiting-the hos:
pitals and inspecting the quarters
of the poor. H-istory furnishes few
exaisples that so strongly call forth
our admiration. Kingr- Humberti
shows a-spi?it that we do not exet,
and very- seldom find in'the person
of a King.
Since- a canvass of the State has
been decided upes, we hope that it
will be vigorous and enthusiastic.
We ask the Demioerats of-this coun
ty to remiemnber~ the third of Octo
ber, and give -the speakers such an
audience as will stir thieir blood
and remind them of other days of
fiery enthusiasm. Every voter hs
business in town on the third, and
he abould not be away' fromn the
asin 6 hi bdEis:
We like the suggestion of the
Abbeville Medina, that the General
Assembly ought to convene in Jan
nsry. Under the law as It:stands
the legislature is in session during
the last month of the year, in the
midst of great harry and confusion,
and the result is often hasty and ill
advised legislation. No-~sooner is
the General Assembly in session
than we hear that it should adjourn
before Christmas. If the meetings
were held in January we believe
that there would be less haste more
deliberation and better results.
It is on record that Gen. Logan
was friendly to the slave drivers
and' hostile to the, slaves, but the
colored vote is.counted ,for him all
the same. It is impossible to fore
see the time wIlen the negro voter
will refuse to be duped by Repub
lican leaders. The whites of the:
South are his best friends, and yet
the substance of his political creed,
is that he must always oppose his
white neighbor in politics.
While Senator Butler is engaged
in the canvass, would it not be
well for somebody else to write
some letters to the people on the
subject of the public highways ?
We do not mean to-intimate that
the roads can be kept up by keep
ing up the discussion.
The attention of those excellent
men who call themselves the Re
publican party in this State -is.
again directed to the fact that their
party has suffered the.fate of Pat's
pig:
While it lived it lived in clover;
When it died it died all over.
TRIEUXE OF RESPEC.
At a meeting of the Juvenile 3is-.
sionary Society,~the following preamr
ble and resolutions were unanimouslf
adopted:
WH EREAS, It hath. pleased our-*
Heavenly Father to remove from us
our -little sister, Mamie Werts. who.
was a member of our Society, there
fore, be it
Resolved, That we bow submissively
to"His will, and affectionately cherish
ing her memory, will try to follow her-.
to the mansions above.
Eugene Greneker, Lois Fant, Mary
Chapman and Willie McFall,
Committee,
OUR CHARLESTON LETTER.
DEAR HERALD & NEWs : Your cor:
respondent has for a long time been
silent, but will now try and write
something interesting to your mniy
readers. Business is waking up a
little with the approach of fall, our
streets once more 'echo with the
lively so4ads of traffic, and the
bulls and bears of the Cotton Eim
change wvill soon be happy.
.Withm-'the, last eighteen~ months'
the march of progress in. this city
has beezi~traly wonderful; under the
control of a wise. and honest city
adiniistration, Charlesten is sted
ily advancing in wealth and pros
perity. . There-is a great demand
for small wooden houses, and our
.baiiders and contractors are kept
busy, more dwellings of this kind'
having been erected lately than our
oldest citizens -can remember; in~
almost every street, however small,
there are several houses going up,
and other dwellings are being paint
ed and repaired adi libit ur. In a
short time the railroads 'will be r ex
tended to nearly every wharf on the
eastern side of the ciiy, thus enabl
ing shippers to liave their goods
transferred from -the whiarves to the
depotsa without lose of time.
Politics seems rather quiet at
present, the Republican leaders 'are
holding ward mieetings and trying
to get up some enthusiasm among
their. follo-wers, bit the "colored
brother"' seems to -take very little
interest in the fortunes of "de
party". The Democrats are hope
ful.and well united and will help to
swell the majority for Cleveland and
Hendricks in November:
'For the las two or thr'ee days the
weather has been very much de
moralized, wnth rain off and on. ac
companied by a great deal of wind;
it was thought that the 10t'h. would.
be the dr.y of the storm, which is
eayected everg 'year tabout this
time, but ~welge escaped it so
far'
I am- very, glad' to 'note thie con
solt<fatio.n of the IIerald and. News;
eongr ala'%teyou heirtilfa4d wish
you much success.
YourL' '. .IDELTA.
Secretary Holloway. of the. State
Fair Association, .says .tlat the
prospects are that we will.have this
yeaa$he.fines$lfair',ever -held in this
S.tate, - .Already. there - ha.ve been
abut -thirtyafve .entri.e. of live
stpek ~.id.stallshave been engaged
for jwenty other lots. . Quite a num
bcer of appliestions have :been re
.ceivedrogi.the,north for.space for
machinery and farming implements.
One.stoek ;.aiser iu .Yirginia -pro
possado.send to the fair three car
loads Of stock.
.Cyclonia is the name given to an.
Indiana baby, and ir is no mnisno
mer. She: was .born during the
frightful .cj'clone~- in <Tamaica two
years ago, which swept away :rilla
gea and fg'rests. The' bouse in
which the mother' l~ay., was de.
molished--all excet~ the four walls
and ceiling of the jroom~ in which
she was.
A rich New Yorker is charged
with brutality for.refusing to let
his wife wear a "Mthr Hubbard"
press, an.4 a .Georgia wife hit her
husband an almost fatal.blow for4
oming.bome in a pit'of skin.tight
For the Herald and News.
PUBLIC ROADS.
MESsRs. ED:rons: While the
working of the Public Roads is be
ing much written about; perhaps it
would not be amiss to call the at
tention of "all whom iL may con
cern" to two sections of the Gene=
eral Statutes. It seems that G rand
Juries have entirely overlooked the
matter.
Section. 1065 on page 317 Gen
eral Statutes says: The Superin
tendents of Highways shall cause
all"the roads in their respective dis.
tiicts to lie posted and;nuinberfd,
and, at each fork of said roads, a
pointer to be placed declaring the
direction of such roads. *
Section 106.6, pays: .Any Super
intendent of Highways 'neglecting
to cause said roads to be posted
and numbered, and-to have pointers
erected as aforesaid shall-be liable
to pay -the sum of ten dollars for
each and every such neglect, -to be
rec6vered by indictment ..in the
Court of General Sessions of the
County wherein the same occurs,
Very few pointers can be found
at any of the forks of our roads,
and what mile :posts are up are
older. than reconstruotion. It is a
Wonder how menbeis of-the itany
Grand Juries that have served.'have
been able to.-reach the Court House
and 'return home and not see that
posts and pointers both are want
ing on many of our -oads. A.
ST. JOIUN'S CANVASS,.
CH.IcAG, September 4.--"I saw
the newspaper article charging. we
with the intention of selling out ;to
the Republicans," said ex Govgrnor
St. John at the Sherman iLounse
this moining. He stmiled pleas
antly as ho observed .that be had
no. more to say than to. reiterate. a
statement previously made, that be
never sought the nomination,, but
that he proposed.,to stay,. with the
help of Providence. ""I-don't know,"
he said, "that even this much _Of a
denial is warranted by the nature
of-the statements set afloat, but . I
make it to put -at rest. all doubts.,
Gevernor St. John said he was re
turning home to .seciure a ft'w days
of much needed rest. He had
spoken five or six times in Michi
gan and throughout the Northeast
and East. le declared that every.
where the people seemod -aroused.
He felt confident of polling a large
vot,e. . Nothing - had occurred to
cause hin to abate his estimate of
a millicn votes for the prohibition
ticket. He bad no hope of being
elected, but expected to.make a -re
cord for the party which would
:help in the future. lie had given
his letter of acceptance but little
thought, thouglr' he wanted to
finish it by September 18.
IANOTHER "SHORTEsT . E" TI
THLE WEsT-Should an: adjnstment
of the present diflliculty be reached,
and -The management of the road
(the Spartanizurg, Union and Colum
bia Road,) go -back in the hands of
its owners, it will imake a grand op
portunit~y for Lhe people of Charles
ton, .through the South. Carolina
Road, to step in, close the: lnks be
tween Aiston and Colutabia. *sand
~Henderson and Ashville, and make
a sbort direct line from the sea
board. to the mountains. -If Char
leston will not take hold,. we are in
cdined to believe the Atlantic Coast
Line will. WVe believe it would
prove to be the best, beeause the
cheapest, the shortest anud most
profitable line to the North and
W~es.-aion Times.
An Editor's Experience.
SA fLer, tr-yng oumerous rernedles.fcr Rhes-.
tr.atism, buLt without pormanent reief. I was1
advised fto neS S. S.','wbhieb had given pe'r
manent j-elef to others sufferlAr from iblco
mati.s. After; taking. ha a dnaubottla
[ found 'that the disease was entirely driven
out of my. systemn, and'a perdte'n euarec-~
cured. This was over.a yb-.ra,:nd sine
thecn, even. during car mst nevere weather,
wit hi sudden ebanges, It rve rcter. suffered
a return of the old- artacks which disabled
me frOrD aditor-ial 'wor. -
. Is is very seldom, indeed, that. I recorn
mrid-anyt'hTg to te piulic In this -oanner,
but -I feel it due lto your vtdnabci preb'.ration,
;h:t,L has given me. such -lorg. desired and
mucha needed.relief. to.state thesefaicts thus
publicly. Y am sure that butTor "oulr Speci
Sc, I shenld havebeen laid aside f'rom'jour
palisti.c work. .nas the soverest attackwas in
my ri'.ht arm and hand.
SmNET~ IlERBEaT, Atlanta, Ga.
'Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases'mnail
edi free. .
T'he Swift Specie Co.. Drawer 3. A tlanta,
Ga., 159 W. 23 St', N. Y., adid 12015 Ch~estnu
AFEW WORDS FROM CAPT. R. W.
'.BORN(ER, A ~WELL-RNOWN CIT.
*IZEN OF .MACON. -.
-To: Angst/199, nearly -tiree.' years ago,
my son whawas MI.IQg at Ulinton,.Ga., eabt
over'tose mne.alth,the iutelligoece that his
wife wga in th6%akt stages of consumption aind
that hie physlefan bad pronbunced her case
hopeless. I'.went immedIately over, and ]
felt. 'tbt bothing. could be-done. She wvas
coghing arid spItting.'Indssantly, an.d:at
times would discharge from her lungs a laige
qantity of pvts or m3atir-could not sleep
or retain eaything on her stomach, and was,
in feet:-Inr th-e Isst stages or the disease. This
was abdut .the .tfne you began to advertise
Brewer's Lung ,-Restorer, iand as mty sot ox
pressed a desire to give it to his wile, t'wo-ot
three'..ottlei .were procurediand w ith scarce
- a veslige.of-hope we comtbenced giving i
to lief in smail doses,. gradually increasihg
the quantti y-until the' pre-cribed dose gas
reached... She began to improve after a few
doses at44continued to do so daily, until s'he
was finally- restored to health, and is to-dayc
peraps' in tter health than ever before.
Se is sul4eet to colds but a few swallows of
Brewer's Lting R6'stoi' (which shze is neeer
without)iedlieves b6r -Immediately. I con
sidr' bitreteration tsd perfect healtha
miraee for .whichl,shes indebted to Brew
er''Innt.1 storer: My son is a mono
mnise-obse -uject-oef Brewer's Lung Re
'trtii -n.er lets t fopotunity piass
slLs e thinks, such .amedialti wou'd be
i-eqnl6d, th',t be does not fely' -speak 0f
It tfn most'glowing terms. No;:-iong girie
-Northern gentletnan on hIs way to Plorida
heard .of this curs and was induced byv my
son to give it to his invalid wife, and s
was caredeei If by magie." -
Mr. Charles Eden, of Trirrldad, Co)orado,
says: Seeing certificares-of Ilie wonderful
ures made -by BTesrer's Lung Restorer, I
was Indueed to try.i onwmy little :u0u,.who
r-as troubled- with long--or throat affection,
pronounced -by one p'sician; notnsa'inpifon.
Itr acted -wnnderfully. on hhmgand by:the
time he had ta!ccn one bettIe of It fbe_qaghg
disappeatedi: -I am now oan a~Vf.7lt to my
prente in Georgia, but will return in'a few
days to my tiome and- wIll certainly tako
somne of th,e Lunr' Resutter idl -meb7
- .-.LA!MAR RkANKIN.& LARsAB
S*%?te tA l aLbA a Gs
Miss Hetty Wiskeman
Respectfully nfornis her frieuds
and patrons thAt sle is now prepared
for the Fall an<t.inter season's worlri
and. earnestly iolicits a share of the
patronage heretofore so very liberally
bestowed. Dress making in. all its
branches given especial care. Thank
ful for T'at favors I solicit a contin
uance of -he satme.
HETTY WISKEMAN.
Sept. Is-lim.
Land for Sale.
A TRACT of LAND, containing
Seventy-seven (77) Acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Dr. G. W. Glenn,
Edgar Sligh, and the Wilson Place, is
of{'ered for sale. It is well-watered,
partly cleared and susceptible of high
oultivation. Th"re is 'considerable eord
wood on: it. A barg iin ntay be had.
Apply to
HERALD and NEWS OFFICE.
sep 18 tf
THE NEW
DRUG-STORE.
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Under the Figure of
. "TIE LION."
F, ROBER T3ON, Propr4etor,
DRUGS,
CHEMICALS,
FANCY ARTICLES,
CiGARS,
TOBACCO,
KEROSENE and
VESTAL OILS.
@@sNo Liquors of any
Kind. 1
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUND
ED AT ALL HOURS OF
TIIEDAY OR NIGIIT BY
THE PROPRIETOR.
11 37 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TIIE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Napoli cn B. Davenport, Plaintiff, againsl
William ?d. Dorroh and John D. Pitts, as
the Execu ors of Henry Barton, decessed,
who was the sole Exe<:utor of John G. Da
venport, deceased, of whose will they are
now tbc'Exccutors, Theresa R. Davenport,
Ed:in G Davenport, John G. Davenport.
Robert C Davenporr, Sarah Aun Daven.
port, Amy W. Hill, Jonathan W. lavenport,
Wilium C. Davenport, Melvina R Daven,
port, Loursa McClure, Jona:ban D. Rudd.
Elizatc.h Huston, William G. McKeever,
James S. McKeever and Wi'ds McKecver.
To the Defendants above named :
You ase hereby summoned and rcquirei
to answer :be complaint in this action
which is this day- filed in the *office of th<
Clerk of said Court, for said County and tc
serve a copy of your attswer to the said com
plaint on the -ubscribers at their oflice a
Newberry Court Honse, S. C., nithlin twent'
days after -the serrice hereof, exclu.ive of
the day of such service; and if you fail tc
answer the complaint within the timec afore
said, the plaintiff in this ae:ion will apply It
.thie Court fo'r the relief demanded i the comn
plaint. D ..cd September 11. A. D). 1884.
MQORMAN & SIMKINS,
-lPlaintiff's Alloroci s.
To the l)e'enducts, Amy W. liili, Johana
Melvina it. D.'tenport, Louisa McC;nre
Jonathan W. Rudd, El'zabirb Houston, Wil
liaso G. McKeever, James S. McKeever ant
Wild.< McK' ever:
Take te lice: Thatt the Sumtmons in thti
acuiont, ol- wh ih the foregoing is a copy
was til-d la the .ffBee of tte Clerk of the s:t<j
Coi -of Commnin Pleas, at Newherry Conrl
House itn the County. of Newberry, int dt
State of Sou th Carolina, on the 11-i day o1
Septembe,. 1681.
MOORMAN & STMKINS,
. Plaintiff's Attorneys,
New borry, C. H., S. C.
Th is 11 hday'of-September, 1SSI
Sep.11- f&.
MOTHERS'
NO MORK. TERERR' Thijs inalua-bicprep
-arat.ion is to ly .a tri
NoO:03E PAIN ! umph of sei en tiSt<
skill, andti no more im
NO KORIE DANGER! estimatble 'benent wel
ever b"btowve.t on th<
TO mnothets of the world
pity -of' pain, but; bit
ter Ihan sa t, -it greati:
* .liniinishmes the dangel
- The itread of to lif of both mot he1
*-atnd chud, and leaves
the mother int a condi
MOTHERHOjOD jtion highlyfarb
-llE UUU t sp<ty recovery
and far 1iss liab:et
I'ransormdd looding. convulsions
-'~rns'.nned and other alarmsin
Inptonis incident ti
To sinerIng and painfu
r.tstru.y wvon
P derful i filenrcyf iti;
Ta.as' FaitsD to i
r?ank-<l as onte-bi the
laesv 8 ppliana
'AD arvnt h world b:
tire disooverles of nmc
dtern. cienca.
YO * ro h ntrthoe e. it will o
course bei tnderstoo<
- that we cannot pal
...- - - . shcertIiceates ot
. f.erning this REMEF
w , i'thout wounding the
Saeian Esse L deutcger of the writern
Tet we hite hut
-l. -- - .dreds of sneh testim(
.-To nials on ile.- and i
mother who has one
Suffering Wlnan. ""di"u'''
- Ime'of-trouble.
A prominent physician fately' remarked t
-the propr ietor, that -!f It~were admissible tI
make pu blic. the letters wa receive, the '-M0
ther' .Frie.id would out-sell anything ozn th
marketa
I most earnestly entreat every female ei
pectiig to I.e cd6fiefle; -to tfse M.other's Relied
t.oupled.with this ententy I 'will add that du
ring a I nag, obstetrical practice (forty-fou
years), I hire never known it-to fail tope
duce a sale and qu ick delivery.
.-H. J. HOLMES, I!. 1)., Atlanta, Ga.
.Send for our Treatise on."Health and Happi
ness on W'oman," mailed free.
- BIaDnmar.D RxaGr.ATon GO., Atlanta, Gi
Sept. 18-1t
Oheap! c'heapeP I fheaped!1
WRITING PAPERS.
., GO.
Comunercial Note 5, 10 'and 15 cents pe:
tquite. -
Bitlet Note, nae, 15 cents per qutre.
*Gilt-e.lge Note,;15 cents per qufre.
Enyclopes 5, 10 and 15 cents per-pack.
-AT
THE HZRALD BOOK STORE.
Choice Seed Rye, $1 per Bu
Cho ice~ ' .lhriev, $1"
FoF sale by
.7ERGLMON & EfLLEli,t
MARRIED,
At Newberry,by Rev. Lntherfroadt
dus; on the 17th instant., Mr. W. S.
Mann, of Blythewood-air ielid Cona
ty, and-Miss C; A.- WiIsot, f New
berry.
The happy couple immedistely lEft,
amid the con:grattilationsof frlends,.fdr
their homeaat Blythewood. '
A1 old lady flagged . Wn'. The
South Carolina train the ttherfmrorn
ing and handed the conduct&r , a
nickle to buy a spool of No. 40
thread at Columbia for her. "Isn't
this the accommodation train?' she
asked, and the train sped ouward.
Estray Cow.
A cow has been found in a field at.
Heleilta. The owner.can get itby prov
itiVproperty and paying 'for this ad
vertisemeut. Call at this office.
Sept 18
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
IN 'TIE. PROBATE COURT.
The ereditors of Layinia N. Gist,
deceased, are hereby required to ren
der it on oath and. estiblisll thefr
elaims' against said deceased..in the
case of Cvnthia Mower as administra
trix, '&c., of said deceased, against
Rich:trd V. Giet et al"iti'this Court,
an or before the fifteenth day of Oc
tober. 1884. Said eredltor.- are-enjoined
from enforciug the collection of their
cla-ims except in sain.ease. "
J. B. FELLERS, -
Sept. 1S--t. .J Y . C.
Soath Carolina Railway. Company.
EM ME.<.:NGJ SUNDAY. SEPT. 7, 183..at
2.:5 A. M, Passenger Trains will run as
follows,"East'ern time:"
iOA*D PROME CIIARLESToN..
EAST. IA ILT.)
-Depart Columbia at.....7.50-a m 5.?5 p mn
Due Charleston........:.,.12 20 p mn 0.47 p m
WEST (DAILY).
Depart Charleston.........S:,S a uf 4.30 p m
Due Columbia.............12.38 pm 9.21 p m
TO AND FRO1 -CA)fDE:.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT sUNDAY.)
Depart Columbia........7 50 a m 5.25 p m
Due Camderi:..........-..2.25 p m 8.25 p m
-WEST (DAILY EXCEIT WNDAY.), .
Depart Camden............9.00 a m 4.W0 p m
Duo Colombia....:..2.88pm - 4.22 pO
TO AND FROM A UGU8E'A.
EAST (DAIl'Y.)
Depart Colmnbia:...;.... 7.50 a m 5.23 p m
Due Augusta... 1.20 p in 7.40 a in
WEST (DAILY.)
Depart Augusta,..._-..... 7.15 a mn
Due Columbia... l.3 pm
CONNECTIONS
Made atColumbin withColumbia and Green
ville Hfall Rad by train arriving at 12.38P.M.,
and departing at 5.25 P. M. At ,Columbla
Junction with Charlotte, Coliumbia and Au
gusta. Rail Road by same train to and from
all points on both roads.
AtCharleston-with Steamers forNewYork;
and on Tuesdays and Fridays with steaner
for Jacksohville and points on the St.~John's
River;also with Charleston and Savannah
Railroad to and from Savannah and all
points in Florida.
At Augusta, with Georgia and Central
Railroads to and from all points West and
South. At Blackville to and from points on
Barnwell Railroad. Through tickets can be
purchased to all points South and West; by
applying-tb
D. McQUEEN, Agent, Columbia.
JOTTN It. PECK, (Hneral Manager.
D..C..ALL.N; Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agt.
Oneo of the Iiui'st institutions in. the.
United Stteg Ial businestr:msac
'ted withi.real College money.. Board in
city c:p. Timiejreqidred 4j to 4 mos.
'Beautiful diplotnaa awarded oni comn
ple~tiott>f course, in a suisfactory manx
:ner.- Send for circular. ~ep 18
ANOER3ON-MILITARY 8CHODL
'And.erson, S. C.
:hEGIB ISept., .1st. Tulition 810 to
i$8G per year.. German:. and.French
each, 8,10 per yer )ioard, inicluding
fuefC $12 per month. For a catalogue
address LIdoN & R EE, 'Xnuderson, S.
C. -" - 'Ang.1mur.
'1T'ICE.IS IIEREn3Y GIVEN-IN
ipurs;:anec of Seipn 1,417, Re
vised Stat utes-'of So-ith'C;aroliina, th:tt
.at'-the* text emn'uing sessioni of ilhe
G'.eeralAssemnbly el South Carolina
.in November,.34, application will be
made for a Charter for the Incorpor.i
ttoli, of' TiIE MIDLANU - RAILROAD
CoxMfA Y OF 'SoUTH cXROLINA, to
be gr'knted by the Legislatai-e of South
*Dated August 15, 1881. lrm42m.
$18 FOR'$10.
$20 FOR $13.
$25 FOR $15.
WATCEE8 :
R2OIN 03 WALTEAX WATCHPZ
SEI 801'ILYUR
. Y3E 40 SAYS ONLY.'
EvRYWhtbH- FW4A1IaTED.
- OX $25 VPWABDD.
-POR P ARTICUT.A25 WRXTTO
'f EATNE'S
-JEWEL.RY .RalACES
- .CHARL.ETON, 8. C.
ANEW SUPPLY
SCHOOL BOOKS
-~ -J gt - RECETWED
--AT
STATIONERY--ALLt KINDS.
a4sIc 5cents.
iapter'fe.1, 15,220 and.25 cents~
Books hitch edst 10, .1p;25 and 50 cents,
Iat-5 ariTd. 15 cents.
I Iwai. tow-pahi ro.2ta foFai Stock. .
Ig pe;falysoeha cal+:frmmy Mtenda3
nd-ha~OfOdatota
Public Highways.
THE Superintendent; and Overseers of
Public Highways are hereby notified and re
quested to put the highways in good repail
at the earlie,t-possible mpment.
The law rcqulres that each road hand Ahall
wot k the roa.ds not le%s tra it (3) tlrce nor
pore than (12) twelve d.ys each year.
By order of Conn;y Commis:orers.
.IAS K. P. GOGGANS,.
Sep: 2d, 1581 37 3: Cler ...
Newberry College.
NEXT SESSION. OPENS WEDNESDAY,
Oct. 1, IS.+I. Three Courses of Instruc
tion-Classical. Philosophical and E:leetic.
.Library of C.0M0 volumes. Weli e<Iuippet
Physical and Chtmicil Laboratory. 1eathy
climate. The Institution has been located! at
Newberry for seven years, during which
time there has been only oue case of seriou-t
illnesa and not a single death aiong the
students.
Expenses, including all necessary outlay,
range from $ 135 to $S 165 p r Session of
Nine Months.
The College i- free of debt, arnd. including
en'lowmcnt. has property valued at $l .Oi.
The PREPARATORY DEPARTMEINT Wilt
be in the charge of Mr. HArT (iLAE1:T. a
graduate of one of our best schools. who
has been teaehing fnurtecn years. Young
men desiroTs of preparinr for College. ani
parents desirous of avni!ing then,slves of
an cfficiernt school where t::eir boys may
have the-best of instruction. will do well to
patruuise. Mr. Gilbert.
For further particulars :Cdr. s:
:17 3 C. W. HOLLAND, 1Presille,t.
THE PRETTIEST !
TilE BEST
THE CHEAPEST!
REWAR.Q CARD,$
FOR CHILDREN,
I::lil:93 rr>lt:
Sltnd:ty Dr Da"1 Scheds.
5 and 10 cent:
Per Dozen,
-at the
iiErFALD BOOK STOr'E.
STATE OF SOUTII CA1OLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERIRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
. PLEAS.
Martin .1. Young, Ex'or,.v. Nannic 31. Gok
ing, Ada,x , James W. TriblJe, Adm'r and
others.
Forecosure.
By order of the Court berein, dated 7 June,
1881, 1 will sell at public-outery, before the
Court liou;e, at Newlcrry, o the trst 1lon
day i October, 18, all that Trtact of Land,
known as the I:.rer Place of the late Eij.i
Tlibble, in the County oad Stare afore-9uid,
containing 0cc Hundred and Fifty Acres,
more or less, and bounded by Litt- lI.iver
and by lands of Wnhing:on Floyd, Cary
Johnson, H. R. Mtngum :nr:d others..
TERMS.-The purchaser wiiIbe required to
pay in cash one-half of the pureia.e mnncv,
and to secure the balance. payable in tweive
months, with interest from the day of sale,
by a bond and a mortgage of the premises.
SILAS JOHNSTONE,
Master's Office, Master.
5 Sept,r84373t
MACHINERY
At a Sacrifice.
To all nho intend purchasing Machinery
for GINNING COT ION this season. I would
beg to say, that I have several outfits on hand
for sale. Having been used but very litt'e
and being almost as gobd a new, it will be
to your interest to inspect the same before
purchasing. I will superiatend the starting
of the Machinery myselfand guarantee satis
faction- or uo pay. You knoir what %ou get
before you pay for it.
The above I can .ell at tbjut half their
original cost.
Can also suppl vou with any class of
~EW MACHINERY you w il:.
Addresor call on me at Colu:nhiam, S C.
Tiliman Watson,
N O. 70 MATNST r imET.
Se p. 11-4r.
11
ONC MORE TO TH FR0JT
With a complete stock of F"alI
and Winter C othing for' Men,
Youths, Boys anli Children, in
styles and for finish which cannot
Sbe surpassed. The leading novelty.
Iis the Scotch Plaid; they are v.ely
faishionable for the com ing fall and
winter. They. are~ made in Sacks;
SCutaway Suitp, Dress Suits, Diag~
Sonal, Corkserew and the Whipeorde
SWorstes are very fashionable
Sagain this* season in, all the shades.'
SBOYS' CLOTHIING.
In Boys' Clothing I have taken
Sspecial care to select this stock for
tihe little ones, and I am now pre
pared to show the largest stock in
Sthis line in all grades and prices of
these goods, in School Suits and
-Dress Suits.
HAT DEPARTMENT.
-T-his is the largest and most conm
*plete, and direct fromn the leading
muanu.factrnrers, (no jobbing honses).
This line embraces a great many
varieties, styles and colors for Mien,
Youths,'Boys and Children.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Great Bargains await you in.this
Department, which includes every
thing new and desirable in Shirts,
Underwear, Neckwear, Collars,
Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and
Suspenders, .and the many little
things which add to> the appear-ance.
of well-dressed gemtlemen.
20E DEPARTMENT.
The..Shoe D)epartmint is now
filled up with .a selected stock of
fine .and medium,grades, and -is
nauch larger then in past seasons.
As.this .Departmen.t has -been ax
tended to taake more room, allt my
stock has. bi.en- marxked down' to
Rook B3otto Prices,
* M. L..KINAhRD
ColutnblaA C.
FOR THE
-.r"Nr
ADVERK
MENT
OF
D..
who Promises to fill it shortly with
inforintion which will 1)0th
EHe is now in the Markets laying'
an ia ia1Jfr desirous
Matchless Bargains
can have their wishes o'ratified by pro
curing GGOfs at
Chis.. Pue

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