Newspaper Page Text
T. F. 4RR1NEKER,
.L R. GRENEKER, Sr., Enrross.
GEO. B. CROMER.
.H..E G ISER, Jn., Local Editor.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1884.
AAPI& ro$ THZ PsorLE.
S )Y w. alds.lnthesa t respeectaam
to the mmeiai
- o poplof this County and the
Ks . itnvtly, and aa an
media ofbra nrianed sd
w "ges Terms, see arst page.
While we are devoting so much t
( our time to politics, our schools ]
deserve more than a passing notice.
Newberry College will resume ex
eciaes on the 1st of October, with
-ir'prospects of a successful year.
This ijstitution,.~ judged by the
ork it bas done, is entitled to the 4
a spport of our own community, and i
x: lays just claim to favorable consid- t
- thena--for, however often we F
may repeat the truth, that the Col
lege is not denominational in the
S sese that it teaches,or insists upon,
- the doctrines of the Lutheran
" Caurch, it must receive its princi
pal support from that denomina-'
tion which is responsible for its ex l
-Winm The Boys' School, in which
the pepple of our town are espe
r 4.Y isllylinferested, will be taught by
a gentleman of ten years' experi
ence s a teacher, who was former
k ly principal of the Preparatory De
parahmnt of Pennsylvania College,
vaeof the best schools in the coun
try. Under his care this school is
confidently expected to be more ef
Ieient and, therefore, more satis
betory than it has heretofore been.
r" It will offer first class advantages
to bcys who are preparing for any i
The Female Seminary has en
w tered upon another scholastic year.
The building has been enlarged
and rendered more commodious,
the corps of teachers is full, and al- I
together, the advantages enjoyed by
its pupils are not inferior to those
ofedred by many Female Colleges.
The Principal, who is an accmif
~ lished teacher, has won the confi-3
dence of this community, and those
girls in our county who wish to at
enbSd goo school should not lock
beynd hisinstitution merelyb
ease it does not style itself a "Col
The Prosperity High School is
again under way, and the new Prin
eipal finda the outlook encouraging.
- hile the school is only a few years
sld, it ~is almost indispensable to
that part of our county, and the
people of Prosperity are justjy
proud of it. The trustees have al
* ays mad.it apoint to employ good
teachers, and the school'draws its
support from the most independent
section of the county. There is no
reason why our boys and girls
sbogidago a great distance, at great
expense, to obtain an education.
GOOD, IF TRUE. .
Monday's News and Courier con
tains a long letter from editor Daw
son, who is in -New York, on the
political situation. This year 401
electors will be .chosen, the vote
necessary to elect the President
being, therefore, 201. The South
era States will cast 153 electoral
votes. T~Athreegtates,-New York;
Yew Jersey and Connecticut, which
Susually vote together, will cast 51
electoral votes. These added to
the votes of the South make 204, or
three 'more than a ma.jorlty, and
Mr. Dawson thinks that they may
with perfect confidence be counted
for Cleveland. After discussing
-other political complications and
making other calculations, he says
that thie chances are overwhelming
ly on the side of the Democracy,
and that the election of Cleveland
and Hendricks is now assured.1
Is this too good tobe true ?
The Abbeville Mediui, says that
supported in whole or in part by
the public funds shall be free and
F ~ open, is redundant; and he shows
conclusively that the legislature has
not construed it as meaning that
tuition must be free in the State
University. We knew that the leg
islature had not so construed it,
when we gave our construction.
We might- dispute abouit the mat
ter until it is decided by the Su
preme Court, but we have no par
ticular interest in it and do not
feel so inclined. The Medium
makes a dignified argument, with
out say tthapito appnBAt s
The Newt and Courier explains
n the following words why it calls
he Independents.of this State "Fid
On the South Carolina coast the
each swarms with something much pc
ike large bugs whicb are called in
'Fiddlers." The legs of the "Fid- a
lers" are so arranged that they of
-an move sidewise, backwards or m;
brwards, without changing the po- tri
dition of the body. That the Inde St
>endents are "all things to all ba
nen" when it comes to politics is ha
>robably why they are called Fid he
Ildrs in South Carolina. se
The manner in which the Inde
>endent State Convention was held, so
iuggests that the name is appro- h
)riate for another reason. When ril
>ne draws nigh to the "Fiddlers" t
hey quickly creep into their little fo:
,oles in the beach. An honest to
icrutiny - is exceedingly distasteful w
a the "Fiddlers," as well as to the tik
Two weeks ago we protested i
igainst the "belief" of the Abbe
rille Press and Banner, that the te:
'standard of morality in the South C
)arolina College must necessarily of
>e higher than it is possible for it T'
o be in 'an unendowed denomina- tb
aonal college." In reply our friend an
Whether we gain friends for the Ja
tate University or not, we shall th
evertheless utter what we believ;e ar
o be true, and we think it suscepti- at
)le of proof that the boys at the gc
state University are in every re- be
ipect as moral, as honorable, and t
>ssessed.of as much true manhgod be
is the boys at Wofford or any other ou
Certainly. .Nobody can object th
o our contemporary's believing st:
;hat the boys at the State Univer- t
ity are as moral, as honorable, and c
>ossessed of as much true manhood.
is the boys of any other school; e
that we objected to is the belief hi
hat their standard of morals is h
tecessarily higher. to
It is admitted on all sides that D;
onkling has a clean record. His
eason for refusing to speak in be- to
ialf of the Republican nominees is at
i stinging rebuke to Blaine. He d
;ays that, as he is not engaged in the D
,riminal practice, he cannot take the O
itump in defense of Blaine. It is ef
iot likely that Blaine looks upon tls
Jonkling as a civil lawyer.
The Republican State Conven
ion is in session in Columbia.
Nothing important had been done
ip to the hour of our going to press.
Forethe Herald and News.
B'0E A MUFFEHEN AND DOMINICK
Sir.una, Sept. 16, 1884.
The writer occasionally drops into the
frial Justice's. office, on a lite business, as
he negro always says, -to get a flte 'vice.
loe days. ago be happened in when a very T
teusing case was tried. The plaintiff in the
ase was Uncle Jacob. who was prosecuting -
we girls. each about sixteen years old,for
tealing his muff hen and Dominick rooster.
t being a day on which the bands had flu
shed working the public highway, and be
ng at leisure, they went to hear the result
f the girls' fate, as they were swcethcarts of pE
ome of the road hands. hi
The case was trled bvhislHonor, and the s
o girls found guilty of petit larceny.
To make the case more amusing, hisiHonor bi
lowed one or two speeches to be made by ce
he girls' lovers, and they made the best de
ece they could under the circumstances-- Of
socking English grammar too high to talk p
about. These speeches were complimented _
rer highly by the by-stmnders.
After his Honor had given them a good bs
cere, and they not being able to pay the ne
ats, he put them in charge of his consta
ple to commit to jail. At this time the crowd
and gathered to nearly-fifty in number, and se
egan to throw.alurs ou old Uncle Jacob,who
ad done the prosecuting. It looked for a
vile that he would be.lynched by the crowd pa
hr having eansed such good-looking girls to iv
to to jail Some ~whites advised Uncle Jacob M
leave as they feared he would be hurt
ivn the constable could not keep order. n<
Uncle Jacob was very cool until they got cr
o the highest. pitch, when he very delibe
tely pulled ous a small dirty bag made of mn
heep skin, about four inches long. ani un-- ve
ied it, show1ng that It had different sizes
md kinds of roots in it, also the skeleton of
ma drawn on one side of the bag. He ed
ijed It up and spoke aloud, saving friends, at
'ie cu'u fromt-ole Virgiuny, isa cum wid
Iese roots to put a spell on you all, anud will l
yo dose who has been 'rcatnin' me. I will do tli
t before ten days. I wl!bab soeof you be
o' dis court before one week for steaHn'
hickens, an' ready for jail, same like these ID
Irirs." - t.h
This announcement was aa thongh a bomb hi
hell had burst. Never has the writer seen
inything have such an effect npon a crowd. mi
Ioey believed every word Uncle Jacob had
ad. Some began to apologize, others said
[7sele Jacob was right, that they ought to
ave been prosecuted. He accepted no apolo- C
ties, bnt tol tiem if the cost was not paid og
iy the crowd immediately, he would certain
t carry ont his program by putting a speli IID
n them. WVell, the result-was that in less ci
than half an hour, they had turned over to 4
:itizen proper:y to the amount of one hun
red dollars, to get money enough to pay di
bout ten dollars' cost. The property con- -a
dted of one wagon, one buggy, two bog.
>ne goat. wheat, oaits, and varions other ar
iles . Uncle Jaicob having got revenge, left fo
tter giv r them a piece of 'rice.
Now, reader, thsese are faers that I have
writen. I did not know that the negro was Si
to superssitions. To see how he calmed dowe
m alroost infuriated mob wi:h a little ba
have no othat crop. Could some onea
tell us what they are fit for, I would like to,
know, (I. e.) If there is any profit in then.
The negros -say if you burni the seed teni
more will come In their plece. Well, no corn
ad not much~ fodder Is made. Cotton is
short and is. now at a low price. What is to
become of us, many ask ? I answer, save all I
the hay, pea-nut vines, potato-vines, &c, -
and sow barley and rye this' month, with
tuhips, lucerne, wheat and oats In abtmnd
ae, and we will be able to get through an - j
other year. Occasionally play theaoldier,..e.
cook your rations for breakiast, look at it a
for dinner, atnd est It for supper. Peaches a
having helped out a great deal, we will have
to go for the o'possum. Plenty of turkies
and birds this year, which von can com. S
menee on,the last two In about ten days. C. tt
"An honest man is the noblest
work of God. Nothing is said
about an honest woman, because
hisn't such an astounding va- ea
)DRESS OF THE COUNTY EXE
DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS, }
NEWBEBBY, S. C., Sept. 23, '84.}
the Democrats of Newberry County
We are on the eve of as important
litical campaign ; a campaign which
rolves the election, not only of State
d County officers, but also the elec
n of President and Vice-President
the United States, and a Congress
in from this our Congressional Pis
et. In 1876 the Democracy of the
ite by one grand, heroic effort rolled
ek the tide of Radicalism and placed
a government of the State in the
nds of her own people. From the
ad-centre of corruption itself had the
timent gone forth that "the civili
tion of the cavalier and the Puritan
is threatened," and ruin, political,
ial and financial, appeared the im
nent result. Against this order of
Ings our patriotic people arose in
hteous resistance, and with them
resolve was to conquer. Since 1876
have enjoyed the fruits of our ef
t, and to-day we can proudly point
the improved financial status of our
ate and County. But not only have
improved financially, Law and Jus
e have been administered to all
isses alike, and no man can say that
irights have been denied him. So
ich has been the result of Democrat
control of State and County affairs.
iv not the Democracy accomplish as
ich for the Union by the same de
mined effort? We have as .our
esidential standard-bearer Grover
eveland, who, in his administration
government in the State of New
>rk for the last two years. has chal
aged the admiration of all honest,
nking men, by his sincere and zeal
s adherence to honesty, economy
d reform. On the other hand we
ve as . the opposition candidate,
mes G. Blaine, the exponent of all
e tenets, methods and practices of
e Republican party of to-day, which
e most distasteful to the Democracy
d all friends of good and honest
vernment. Shall this Republican
elected President? If so,' %yhat
aans the great Republican revolt in
e Northern States? Let ns of New
rry County do our duty, and -with
r brother Democrats of the Union
ike one grand effort towards placing
e Democratic party in control of
deral affairs. In 1876, notwith
inding Federal bayonets, we rescued
e -State and elected a Democratic
-esident. By the force of existing
,cumstances ye were cheated of the
resident then elected. Now the cir
instances are different, and if we
n elect our man we will inaugurate.
m. Let every Democrat therefore
epare himself to vote ; let him keep
registration ticket in the right
ace ;. and on election day let him go
the polls resolved to vote the full
inocratic ticket from President to
On Friday, October 3rd, we will
yve a grand Democratic rally in the
wn of Newberry. Butler, Thompson
d other distinguished men. will ad
ess us on the questions of the day.
>me one, come all. Come with your
imocratic zeal, with your red shirts
you will, and do not let the County
Newberry appear lukewarm in the
ort to retain honest government in
e State and to secure it for the Union.
JAs. K. P. GoGGANS,
W H HUrT, JR., Sec.
T B CHALMEBS,.
B H MAYBIN.
MI M BUFoRD,
Tr H CHALMERS,
A J LoNGSHoRE,
A C GAINGTON,
J B SPEARMAN, JR-,*
ALLE G WIsE,
D H WERTS,
C P DICERT,
GEO S MOWER,
Member State Ex. Comn.
News Begardless of Expenue-Canddatc
esting-One of the Disgruntled-Only
Chills-Cotton Shrunk-One Rag and
the Lemo-Jo Candy, No Cheese.
You want the, news from Pros.
riry do you ? Well, you shall
,e it. regardless of expense. I
sp over to one of our stores and
tya one dozen pencils for 10
ats, good ones at that, and a quire
10cent note paper, for whichi we
,y: 20 cents and po.or quality it is
a nickel piece of good strong to
co, and we are ready for busi
But you see, it is kinder between
asons, and heedn't call out to the
inter to reserve more than one
ge for the ,.Prosperity news this
~ek. We are not laaving any
y parties or Straw berry festivals,
wr, any more barbecues, and the
op of. candidates has been so
ach thinned .out that there is a
ry poor stand left, and they are
badly spavined and wind gauld
that they don't amount to much~;
Ed as for the poor devils, that got
t, it will be a kindness to let
em rest. One of them, who had
et very polite and attentive to
e, passed me at work in my field,
e other day, and when I spoke to
m he grunted and rode on-poor
So also, it is too early for 'Pos
m suppers, Thanksgivin' dinners,
rstmas trees, &c , and since I
me to think of it, there is noth-.
g oing on of an interesting
aracter except chills.
There is the general bustle inci
nt to the receiving and opening
>of new goods in small cities
e cotton crop suffered fearfully
r two weeks before the rain. It
>uld be safe to estimate the
rinkage at one-fourth.
The f , okin~
a a inned mule, until b
tees his Lienor sanntering towards
lis wagon; then he begins to grov
>eautifully less, until he is aboul
he size of' your fist. When he
mes out the stiffening is all out of
tim, he looks like a collapsed ba.
son--and he goes home with hid heart
a his mouth, because he hasn't the
ound of' candy that he promised
is children to help pick the cotton,
or has lie the piece of cheese, with
-hich he expected to surprise his
ife. The debt is not all paid yet,
id 5 yards of bagging and 6 cot
n ties for another bale, is all he
rries back, except his sore heart.
Why will people go in debt ?
Disinfect your premises with crude
rbo1i acid, vERY CmuP, at Pel.
For the Newberry Herald and ews.
TO J. A. C., AUTHOR OF "WITHIN
bath, like night, a soft anroral gleam,
Plyn nglory o'er thy wintry brow ;
Andi thy heart love sheds its brightest
To warm the life-stream, Time is chilling
Thou lov'at the greenfields and quiet shore,
Where fountains spiing, such depths as
thine to fill;
And when this longing thirst is felt no
Thy dream long-dreamed-ah. heart. he
Thy name has given an echo to thy song
Amid thy native hills-soft as the fragrant
That whispers music, their green paths
When skies are blue and summers bright
Th yearning thought will soon bo o'er
right morn and glorious noon-no night,
With shadowy wing, will hover more
Or crush thy poet-heart with cruel blight.
Which is the most harmful, smok
ing or chewing tobacco ?-Reader.
Physicians who smoke say that
chewing is, and those who chew say
that smoking is. You pays your
fee and you takes your choice.
Hygienic pillows are now in
vogue. Three form a full equip
ment for a bed, of which one is
filled with.hops, a second with pine
needles, and a third with marine
moss. They are believed to cure
sleeplessness and nervous disor
Arsenic Pills by the Pint.
J. A. Smith, a Gainesville. Ga., merchant,
says: "For years I was a victim to the com
bined effects of Erysipelas and an aggravated
type of Eczema, that bj ed all medical skill.
I consulted the very-best physicians in the
United States to no good purpose. I gave
everypatent medicine that was recommended
a faithful trial and received no benefit. I took
large quantities of potash and a pint cup full
of arsenic pills. The patent medicine, pills,
and potash mixtures fed instead of curing the
disease. They destroyed my appetite and
wrecked my system-I lost fesh and energy
-1 lost three years from my business and
spent $2.000 in a fruitless effort to regain my
health. At la-t, when I began to consider
my case hopeless, I commenced taking S. S.
S.. and in a short time, I was entirely cured.
I waited a year after a cure was effected, and
continued to take Swilt's Specific off and on
as a sort of safeguard, before I was willing to
make public this marvellous cute. Being
assured beyond the possibilty of a doubt that
the cure was permanent, I wrote this history
of my ease for the benefit of my fellow-men .
My skin is now as smooth as it was when a
.oy I weigh more than I ever did in my
1ife, and my general health was never better,
I passed through last winter (which was-an
unusually cold one), without losing a single
day from my business. For the last twelve
months I have no return of the erysipelas in
any shape or form, or any touch of eczema."
Treatize on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
The Swift Specific Co.. Drawer 3. Atlanta,
Ga., 169 W. 28d St., N. Y., and 1206 Chestnut
St., Phila. Sep. 2o--lt
Thin people. "Wells' Health Renewer" re
stores health and vigor,curesdyspepsia,&c.S1.
"Rough on Toothache," instant relief. 15c.
Ladies who would retain freshness and vi
vacity don't fail to try "Wells' Health Re
Standard Turbine !
Is the best constructed and
finished, gives better percen
tage, more power, and is
sohil for less mnoner, per
horse power. than any other
Turbine inthe world. &' -New
pmphlet sent free by
' BR su'an Bro's. YORK, Pa.
A Pure Family Medicine that
Parker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and
is warranted to prevent fslllng of the hair and
to remo.ve dandruff and itching.
H ISCOX & CO.,
103 WIlliamn ltreet, New York.
50c. and $1 s'zes, at all dealers In medicines.
Great saving in buying dollar size.
N5' you want a 330 26-shot Repeat
mOurig Rifle for $15, a $30 Breech
Loading shot Gun for t16. a 312 Concert Org~an
ette f or $7, a 3253TMa c Lanternil2, aSohdt.zold
$25 Watch for $15, a *15 silver Wastch
bor $8. You can get any of these
articles Free if you will devote a tew hours of
your leisure time evenings to introducin our
new goods. One lady secured aWANT
GodWatch fre, ina singe
afternoon, A gentleman got a silver watch for
fifteen minutes' work. A boy 11 years old se
cured a watch in one day ; hundreds of others
have (lone nea.rly as well. If you have a Magic
Lantern you can start a business that will pay
you from 310 to 350 every night. S'end at once
for our Illustrated Catalogue of Gold and Si
ver Watches, Self-Cocking Ball Dog Revolv
eytlasses. Indian-scout and Astronoin
1 elescopes, Telegraph Instruments. Typo
Writers, Organ Accordions.violins. &c., &c. It.
may start you on the road to wealth.
WORLD MIANUFEACTUING CO..
122 Nassau.St.. N. Y.
Sept. 25, 39.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
The creditors. of Lavina N. Giat,
deceased, are hereby required to r.tn
der in oni oath and establish their
claims against saId deceased In the
case of Cynthia Mowgr as adm~ialstra
trix, &c., of said deceased, against
Richard V. Gist, et al in this~ Court,
on or before the' fifteenth day of Oc
tober. 1884. Said creditors are enjoined
from enforcing the collection of th'efr
claims except In said ease.
J. B. FELLERS,
Sept. 18--4t. J. P., N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TH E- COURT OF COMMON
- Napoleon B. Davenport, Plaintiff, against
William M. Dorroh and John D). Pitts, as
the Executors of Henry Burton, de'cased,
who was the sole Executor of John G. Dii
venport, deceased, of whose will they are
now the Executors,- Theresa R. D ivenport,
Edwin G Davenport, John G. Davenport,
Robert C. Davenport, Sarah Ann Daven
prr Aniy W . Hill, Jonathain Wt. Davenport,
Wiliam G. Davenport, Melviia R Daven
port, Louisa McClur e,.oat ev.
on are ere~ . ummoned und requirei
to answer :l.e complaint in this ection
which is this day filed in the office of thI
Clerk of said Court, for said County and t a
serv'e a copy of your answier to ihe said corr.
plaint on the subscribers at their ofice a:
New berry Court House, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of sch service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time afore
said, the plaintiff in this uction will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. Dated September11, A&. D. 1884.
MOORM.AN & S[IIK[NS,
Plaintiff's A ttorneys.
To the De'endants, Amy WV. Hill, Johna
tian W. Da~venport. WillIam G. Daretnport,
Melvina R. Davenport, Louisa McCinre.
Jonathan W. Endd, Elizabeth Houston, WI!
1am G. McKeever, James S. McKeever and
Wilds McKeever :
Take notice: That tile- Summon.s in this
action, of which the foregoing is a copy,
was filed In the office of the Clerk of the said
Cort of Common Pleas, at Newberry Court
House in the County of Newberry, lathe
State of South Carolina, on the 11th'day of
MOORMAN & SINKINS,
a . .,New berry, C. H., S. C.
One Large Room, suitable for Office or
Bed Room. Apply to W. E. PELHAM.
Sept 28 39
"C . D. C."
The members of Carolina Democrat
iec Club are notified to attend a special
meeting fl the Club Monday, Sept. 29,
'84, at 8, p. in., to prepare for Mass
Meeting Oct. 3. '84, and other matLers.
By order of Ex. Corn.
LA3BERT W. JONES,
Sept 25 1 Sce'y & Treas.
One of the best Plantations in Edgefield
more or less. not far from the C. C. & A. R. R.
Two prominent &ttlcments aud Tenant
25O Acres ofLowland.
Health remarkable. Mine Creek Postoflce.
Sept 28 39 4t J. R. MOIBLEY.
All persons holding claims against the Es
tate of Micajah T. Epps, deceased, are here
by notified to render an account of their de
mands duly attested, and those indebted to
said estate, to make payment to the under
signed. J. K. EPPS,
THOMAS L. B. EPPS,
Sept 28 39 30 Executors.
Miss Hetty Wiskeman
Respectfully informs her friends
and patrons that she is now prepared
for the Fall and Winter season's work,
and earnestly solicits a share of the
patronage heretofore so very liberally
bestowed. Dress making in all its
branches given especial care. Thank
ful for past favors I solicit a contin
uance of the same.
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 tihe Wilson Place, is
offered for sale. It is well-watered,
partly cleared and susceptible of high
cnltivation. There is considerable cord
wood on it. A bargain may be had.
HERALD and NEWs OFFICE.
I am noay prepared with a
60 SA W IMPROVED PRATT-GIN
FEE DER and CONDENSER,
to do ginning in the most satisfactory man
ner. I propose to give a
Good Sample and Clean Seed.
Terms will be as reasonable as any, and a
share of patronage is most respectfully soli
cited.' Gin at my new shops opposite -j. S.
aug 21 3m
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Under the Figure of
P, R.0BERT80N, Proprietor.
ggNo Liquors of any
P RESC IPT IONS COMPOUND
ED AT ALL HOURS OF
TilE' D AY OR NIGHT BY
Sept 11 37tf
Now is the time to give Smith's
Worm 0i!. Mb291y.
FOR LADIES ONLY.
A RRETEDY endorsed by the best Physicians
and Drut.giats at Its home.
A REED that Mr. C. W. O'Neill, Good
water Ala., says raisedl his wife from an
invalid's bed, and he believes saved her life.
A REDY of which a prominent Atlanta
n,erchanat said: "I would have given 6600 as
soon as I wculd a nickle for what two bot
ties of yon r medicine did for my daughter."
A REIEW7 in regard to which, 5. J. Cassenl's
3M. D., D aggist Thomaavllle, Ga., says: "
recall inst~ar.ees in which it a:frorded relief
after all ',e u'uai remedies had failed.
A RE~MEsi' f about which Dr. R. B. Ferreh,
I t(nG, Ga., writes: -'I have used for the
last twe. .ty years the medicine you arc put
ting up amid co siderit the best combination
ever got: ea together for the disease for
whichli ;4 recommended.
A REMEDY about whieb Dr. Joel Bra
Atlanta, said: '-1 have exam ,,
eipe.am! bave no hesitatie
use. and er,ntidently .H. B Johinso:
A REMTY 'w "'rmost esatIo nn
near M- , ed It to three families '-wh
, eneir.,to be just What It is recons
A REMEDY of whuich Pemnberton. lI-erron,1
Denniso ' say: "We have been sehingit to
many ye s, with constant?y Increasing sales
The utioe I,a staple with us, and one o
AREMEnY of' which Lamar, Rni I
mar s. : "We sold to gross In four months
nd nee slitin any place but what Ii
A REXEDY by whjch.Dr. Bangh ofLaGrange
Ga.. sa.va: "I cured one of the most obsti
nate ess... of YrcAzons MaNerauaTrol thai
ever ca~n eithin my knowledee, with a
A REMEDY of which Dr. J. C. Hass, Nota
sniga, A..a.. says: I am tally convinced that
It is unrwvaled for that class of diseases which
It claims to cure."
A REMEDY about which Maj. John.C. Whit
ner, of Atlanta, well and favorably known
all ovcr the United States as a General In
surane Agent, says: "I used this remedy
before thec war, on a largre plantation on
*a great nmber of cases, always with abso
A EEMEDY about which Mr. J.W. Strange
of Cartersvllle, Ga.. certifies that one bottl
cured two members of his family ofmen
strual Irregularity of many years standing.
This Great Remedys
A f Id's Ffflale Regulator
Send for Treatise on thme Health and Happi
nees of Woman maie fee,
THE Superintendents and Overseers of
Public Highways are hcreb, notified and re
Iuestecito put the highwiays in good repair
at the earliest possible moment.
The law requires that each road hand shall
woik the roads not les than (3) three nor
more than (12) twelve ditys each yc:r.
f order of Conn,y Comlmissioners.
JAS K. 1'. GOGGANS.
Sept 2id, SSI 37 3; Clerk.
NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY,
Oct, 1, ISSi. Three Courses of Instrue
tion-Classlcal, Philosophical and Eolectic.
Library of 6.000 voluies. Well equipped
Physical and Chemical Laboratory. Healthy
climate. The Institution has been located at
Newberry for seven years, during which
time there has been only one case or serious
illness and not a single death among the
Expenses, including all necessary outlay,
range from $135 to $165 per Session of
The College is free of debt, and. including
endowment. has property valued at 30,000.
The PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT will
be in the charge of Mr. HART GIr.nSr.T, a
graduate of one of our best schools. who
has been teaching fourteen years. Young
men desirous of preparine for College, and
parents desirous of availing themselves of
an efficient school where their boys. emay
have the best of instruction, will do well to
patronise Mr. Gilbert.
For further particulars address
37 3 C. W. HOLLAND, President.
THE BEST !
Sundy or Day ltods.
G and 10 cents
HERALD BOOK STORE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
Mart ;n J. Young, Ex'or, v. Nannie M. Gold
ing, Adux., Jstncs W. Tribble, Adm'r and
By order of the Court herein, dated7Jane,
1884, [ will sell at public outcry, before the
Court House, at Newberry, on the first Mon
day in October, 1834, a!! that Tract of Land,
known as the River Place of the late Elijah
Taibble, in the County and State aforesaid,
containing One Hundred and Fifty Acres,
mor: or les.t, and hounded by Little River J
and by laud; of Washington Floyd, Cary
Johnson, H. R. Mangum and others.
Taxs.-The purcha'er will be required to
pay in cash one-half of the purchase money,
and to secure-thc balance. payable in twelve 1
months, with interest from the day-of sale,
by a bond and a mortg.age of the premises.
Master's Office, -Master.
9 Sept, 1884 37 3t
At a Sacrifice.
To all who intend purchasing Machinery
for GVNN[NG COT tON this season, I would
beg to say, that I have several outfits on band
for sale. Having been used but very little
and being almost as good :as new, it will be
to your interest to inspect the same hefore
purchasing. I will superintend the siatting
of the Machinery myselfand guarantee satis
faction or no pay. You know what 3 ou get
before you pay for it.
The above I can sell at about half their
Can also supply voa with any class of
NEW MACHINERY you wish.
Address or call on me at Columbia, S. C.
iNO. 70 MAIN STREET.
0N%~ 10H TO TIII FRONT
With a complete stock of Fall
and Winter C'othing for - Men,
Youths, Boys and Children, in
styles and for finish -which cannut
be surpassed. The leading novelty
is the Scotch Plaid; they are very
fashionable for the coming fall and
winter. IThey are made in Sacks,
Ctaway Suits, Dress Suits, Diag
onal, Corkscrew and the Whipeord.
Worsteds are very fashionables
again this season in all the shades.
In Boys' Clothing 1 have taken
special care to select this stock for
the little ones, and 1
grades and priceso
-ese goods, in School Suits ar d
IThis is the largest and most cow
- plete, and direct fromn the leading
mnanufacturern, (no jobbing hous3s).
-This line emlbraces a great man'y
varieties, styles and colors for Mien,
Youths, Boys and Children.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Great Bargains await yon 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 whicb add to the appearance
of Wvell-dressed gentlemen.
The Shore Department is -now
filled up with a selected stock of
hine and medium grades, and is
much larger than in past seasons.
As this Department bas been ex
tended to make more room, all my
stogk has been marked down to
31. L. K.INARD,
no1..mw..~ 8 ri
or7 -z- -Z
FILL Aft WNTE
We announce to our Friends and .
Public generally, that our Stock o'
is now ready for their inspection,
we feel no hesitancy in saying that
ire better prepared than ever to
he front rank, (as we have al
T[PRIOR 1M81H AND THE IST iIT I
AT THE LOWEST PR
known to alithe Trade, as the le
goods for Fine Retail Tra4e
The Best ChiId 's Sui
8. C. for~ 2.5 .
Lmmense Piles of Gods ClosedOQ
LESS THAN COST OF MATELL
Going to New York as we did,
in the Season, and by buying in
nectionwith J. S.'Cloud & Co., ofS
anbuiro', we closed out large lots
Goods for: less3 than -the cost to m
them up. We propose to dividepr
with our frienids, and
AT WH4OLE8ALE RATES,
Having struck a Big Bonanza
Shoes, we can sell at Wholesale Pri<A
and then make our profit. Pon't dela
for when these are gone we cdaget
moreat the price.' SHOES ALE
MOST GIVEN AWAY.
And Leaders of Fashionls an4 Low
3ROTWELL'S NEW BUILDING,
MAIN STREET, NEWBER~RY,Bk