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THE HERALD AND NE7.
T. F. GRENEKER,
R. 11. GRENEKER, Sr., EDITOrs.
CEO. B. CROMER.
R. H. GRENEKER, Jr., Local Editor.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1884.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect a Fam
ly Newspaper, devoted to the material in
terests of the people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
Asvertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Terms, see first page.
WHO ARE THEY?
The Columbia Daily Register,
speaking of the management of the
Democratic canvass in this State,
says:
The well understood policy of
Carolina Democracy-making hon
orable exceptions to the rule-of
giving those least who do most, it
is true, is very discouraging. The
plain fact before our people, that
those who were ready and willing
to betray us. in the pinch of our
direst political and social emergen
cy are now put forward as the
chosen spokesmen and political
apostles of Carolina Democracy,
while the truest of the true in the
time that tried us to the quick are
hustled to the rear by facile facto
turns and eager aspirants,intent on
ly on place and position, may be
very discouraging.
We beg leave to suggest that con
mon justice and common decency a.
like demand that our splenetic con
temporary should immediately file
a bill of particulars. It is due .to the
board of canvassers, it is due to
those who have incurred the dis
pleasure of the Register, and it is
due to the Democracy of this State
t .at our contemporary should give
the names of the "factotums," the
"eager aspirants," and those who,
though now our "spokesmen and
political apostles," were ready and
willing to. betray us "in the pinch of
our direst emergency." Personally
we have no interest in this matter,
but we, in common with the many
Democratic voters of this State, are
entitled to know upon what the
Register's charges are based, and
against whom they are preferred.
If the canvass of this State has
been delivered over to a cabal of
political hucksters. we wish to
know who they are, for we have
hitherto regarded our spokesmen as
honorable men-and still do so re
gard them.
To our minds, few things are
more contemptible than to make a
serious charge against one or more
members of a class, in such vague
and indefinite terms as to involve
andl reflect unfavorably upon every
member of the class. The Register
should show up, or shut up-or both.
Since the above was written the
Register has disclaimed any intLen
tion to attack the accepted leaders
of the State._____
CORBIN & Co.
The Radical party in our State,
led and ainisled by a few white po
litical pimps and pap-sackers, has
again nominated a full State ticket.
It rmay be that this is a political
feint intended mlerely to distract
our attentAon and divert it from the
importance of bending every ener
gy and straining every' nerve for
the purpose atf regaining control of
the general government, or it may
be that tis mottled crew is do.
termined to make one more despe
rat3 effort to restore Radical mis.
rule in the State of South Carolina.
However this may be, we should
keep steadfastly in view the im
portance of polling the fullest pos
sible vote for presidential electors
The State government is ours,
and, God helping us, it will remain
ours till it is wrested from us by
the mailed hand of a military
despotism, - I is needless to mince
matters, and it is foolish to talk in
riddles. We avouched our man.
hood and the superiority of Anglo
Saxon blood in 187-6, when we re
stored the~ government of the white
man, and we will not recede one
inch. from the ground we took at
that time. This is a white man's
government, and a white man's go.
v-ernment it must and will remain,
at all hazai-ds.
Our aid is needed in the national
contest, which now gives promise
sof ending in a national victory.
Every Dermocratic vote in this
State shoiild be counted for'Cieve
land and Hendricks. Every'hon
orable expedient should be tried
and every available resource placed
unde contri,bution to aid in elect
ing the Democratic ticket and sav
ing the government from those by
whom it is now plundered and des
poiled.
Entries of liye stoek for the State
Fair conZinue'e made, and the in
Stt gi
The campaign has been opened
gloriously, and the enthusiasm
grows as the standard bearers n
come down the line. The old vet- 0
eran whose eloquence and patri- n
otism enfused the State so much in
'7G is again to the front; yes, the
brave, the spirited Hampton is Y
again on the war path, bn not on i
ly is ho making himself heard for i
the right, but a host of others
equally as forcible and as strong,
are making the welkin ring for the i
ti
coming victory in November.
11
The National Democratic Execu
tive Committee has issued an ad- l
dress to the Democracy of the
country asking for money to be c
used in the national canvass. This a
is proper. The canvass is made a
in behalf of the people of the coun- i
try, and the people should pay for f
it. No contribution will be ac- i
counted too small, for the; Com- ,
mittee sees various channels in t
which even one dollar would be
useful.
The belief seems general through- h
out our county that the cotton crop a
will be much shorter than was ex- 1
pected a few weeks ago. The
drot'th in August checked the
grorth of the plant, and caused
many of the bolls to mature very
small. This, together with the low x
price at which the farmers are
forced to sell their cotton, is dis- I
heartening. -
t
If Mason makes a success of his
cottonpicker he will not be forgotten
soon; but if he wants to live in
the minds and hearts of the people 1
of Newberry, he should invent a
good price for cotton. What we
want is not more cotton, but more
money for our coLn.
For the Newberry Herald and News.
TOALL INTERESTED IN FISh 8
CULTUIiE.
MESSRs. EDITons: As Fish Cul
ture promises to be one of the per
manent Industries 01 this county,,
in wovld be best for all who are en
gaged, or propose to engage, in it,
to associate themselves together for
mutual counsel and help.
There is much to be learned in
regard to raising fish, and some
things that should be learned at the
outset, to insore the earliest suc-. r
cess.
It has been made a profitable .
business in other places; and, I be- (
lieve, can be made so here. It is
certuinly a very interesting subject
to study, and very pleasant employ
ment.
If you are disposed to so encour
age this new industry, you may
publish this and notify that there
will be a meeting in my office, on
Saturday the 11th day of October
next, at 11 o'clock a. mn, to organ
ize a County Society for Fish Cul
ture.
All persons interested are invited
to attend. Very Respectfully. .
THOMAs S. MoorMA.
There is ugly talk among some of
the colore~d people in Orangeburg
County, and we learn by the Barn
well Sent inel-that the negroes who
attended the Radical meeting at
Summerville last week behaved in
a very boisterous manner, whoop
ing, yelling and firing pistols, .,
There is no cause for alarm in all
this, but it is distinctly stated that a
the emissaries of Smalls in hise
district bave been urging the col
ored people to fight for their rights,
as they phrase it, and it is not fau
likely that similarly foolish coun
sel will be given in other places.
News an'd Courier.
Trouble is brewing in Orange
burg County. The Times and.Dem
ocrat says: "From different sec
tions of t he. County we hear that
the negroes are actively engaged in2
holding meetings and firing up all
the hatred of the colored people
against the whites. We under
stand that jn some sections of the1
County they say that they do not
intend to regard the electioni law at 1
all, but propose ; to break up the
eight boxes and hold tbe election in
the old way. WVe suppose they are
acting under advice from head
quarters and that they mean what<
they say ; but we are satisfied that
if they attempt to carry out their
threat somebody is going to get into
trouble and we advise themi not to
forget it."
Ex-Senator Bruce. now Register
of the United States Treasury, has
appoiated Prof. D A. Straker As
sistant Commissioner of the iWorld's4
Exhihition at New Orleans, La., for
the Fourth Congressional District
of South Carolina in the Department
of Exhibits by the colored people.
Register Bruce is Chief Commis(
sioner.
A correspondent of yesterday's Co
lumbia Register says that the indica
tions are that more visitors will be in,
Columbia duz'ag~ the next State Fair a
titan have attended any of its prede-a
cessors,
Rest satisfied with doing well,
and leave others to talk of you as
they please.
Can any one explain why women
button their clothes from right to i
left, while men button their's from t
left to right ?g
A pple -Jack is now due, iIe
PROSPERITY POINTS.
I told Mr. Dominick-that he couldn't write
letter for the HERALI) AND NEWS. le
asn't a particle of curiesity; and I know a
ewapaper correspondent must have lots
f that commodity or he will never know
hat is going on right uncder his nose. Sure
tough his letter didn't have a single ihhg
'w In it from beginnIng to end. And I
uglied at hui so much that he threw down
ie pen and said lie would he switclied it he
ould b-ive any thing more to do with it.
s I have very innocently inte:fvrtd wit i
our correspondence I feel honor boundu to
take what amends I can. by taki-ng his
lace this week. trusting that he will do like
ie Observer's Colonel, jump down and then
imp back. By the by I can let you int.o the
eret or the Colonel's dido, and at the sanie
mec give you an item of news.
You see Mr. I. J. Simpson invented. and
btained letters patent, for a Talkephone, -
decided improvement on the Telephone;
is very simple. consisting of a system of
ibes, through which you speak in an ordi
arv tone of voice which can be heard
trough the tubes for miles. All the sub
sribers get the benefit of every message if so
isposed. It goes without saying the Colo
el was among the charter members. All
o had to do was to sit at the Ta'kephone
nd scoop in all the chit chat and news of
ie town, but unfortunately he could not do
iat, and write at the same time, so he be
Me discouraged and threw up his position.
ortunately, however, for the Observer,
bout that time Bob determined to tiny the
ill capacity of his invention before taking
trip Nr'rthi with a view of introducing it
i New York. He went to one extreme
tation and sent hIack to the other, they soon
ot to telling so many big r. r. r. r., big ones,
tat the tubes all got so choked up, that the
eutral ofice had to close up for repairs;
ad the Colonel mounted his pen again.
In order that you might have the very
ttest, your correspondent interviewed Bob
Ais morning. He found him as jovial and
olito as he alway3 is, especially to ladies.
a answer to the question-it he felt confR
ent of so perfecting the Talkephone as to
void such accidents as he had just befallen
? He said he had just inventeid a very
agenious little attachment which woul<l
ntirely overcome the dif9culty, hut as he
ad not got t.at patented he could only say
ri a general way, that it consited of ant
rrangement by which the facts would go
traight through to their destination while
be fiction would be switched olr. as it were
y t kind of ground tithe. sotnething like a
ightning arrester in a Telegraipli oflee. Now
hether the Observer will loose Its corres
ondeit when the Talkephone gets into op
ration, is one of the protlems that no fel
>w can solve mnch less a.wotnan. All 1
an say with any degice of certainty is look
ut every week, rain or shine for your Pros
erity letter. MiS. DOMINICK.
P. S-Miss Lena Marshali has returned
o Prosperity from Balt imore.
Miss Mamie Bruce has retu:ne I from the
alian hunting grounds of Beaverttam.
Dr. an(t Miss Rosa Simpson have returned
rom Laurens.
Mr. Henry Sniith and hits bride passed
hrough the city last week. Old Uncle lien
y was in the city on Saturday looking as
atural as if nothing hai happened to him.
And other items too many to meitioo.
MRS. D.
Godey's Lady's Book for October is a
umber of more than average merit, There
to beveral stiong stories in it, beide the
bsorhing serials by Helen Matbers and
'hristian Reid. The general character of
he contents is such as to hot" tiat the
lagazine is raising its literary standard at
be saue tiue that it is making other nota
4e improvements. "Lost in the Frozen
forth," a record of life on the Polar Sea,
a very po,erful story which has addi
ional in tere.,t on account of its association
rith the famous Arctic Expedition. Mid
hipman---gives in it a thrilling glimpse
*f his experience in the realm of the Ice
Ginz, and has woven into hi narrative a
harming little s:ory, founded largely on
act. bIrs. V. Sheffey lIaller gives.us this
uonth the opening chapters of "Your Love,
ir My Life," a story full of bright dc-eip
ion, spontancous humor, and graceful ro
nauce. "Ile Laughs Best, who Litughs
,ast," by Annabel C. Andrews, and ' Postal
jourtship," by Litchtield Mosely are both
roll sketches, and there are a nunher of
retty poems to offset the stories. We
hould not fail to mention, also, the frontis
dcc, a fine steel engraving, called "The
lice Trainers," a be..utiful little picture
rhich serves as an illustration to the story of
'The Young Count Cesuro" Lv Emily Len
ox. The book is filled up. with excellent
natter, among which may he found the.
ullowing : "All IlI.llowe'en;" "The Dew
)rop," by Cora; "A Ghbst S'orv, without a
bost," by Warren Walters; "Flutterv," by
'mi: Ludekens; "Dlrceing g.f the Weird."
y Helen Mathers, athor of "Comin' Thmro'
lie Rre,'' "Cherry Rtipe," "My L:ady Green
i.eves." "Land o' the Lea)." etIc. etc.; "My
~atest Fancy."~ by Lilliant Grey; "A Holiday
in Ward's Island;" by Kate- E. 'Tomnat;
onnet-"Lover's Leap," by W. A.; "The
ear 'lTee," b>y F. E. Wylif's, etc. etc.
Subscript io-: price $2, clabbed n ith IIEE
LD AND NIEYs $3.50.
'he "Little Joker" to Sue for Libel'
From the Times.
"It is rutnored thatd Gen. Bntler, time himevit
ble, is going to sue L. Luni Smith, piroprietor
I The .Agents' ileral, of Philadelphia. Pa..
r lhbel. Mr. Smith recenitly invented,arid
sellimig in i'umenn'e qu:ntities, an anhni:.ing
nd instructive game, whieh he has mirth.
Llly termed "lPo,ltical E.uchre~." Each State
.n d Terri?try is represented by a ('ard b)ear
ig on its fuce thie itinuber of the State's elec
oral votes. Thme lb itilican St alesarc print'
d in black, the~ i>e-ineeratic Slntes In red.
'he winning sile ia.u,t secure -31o1 the 401
letoral votes. lBlai:e and Logn are plave I
s' right and left bowers wyhemsia Reptiblican
tate (black epi d) is turned for "ir'umps,'' annd
levelandl and1 Hiendrcks' are rimnil: r'y played
s righbt ad left bowers when a Demuocratio
tate (red card) is turned for "trump.." Gen.
utler is rery appropriately plnyed rs the
L ttle Joker,'' and at times miakes it. qcreamn
ngy embarassin:g for the Blaine and Cleve
rind opponents. Sir. Smlih- casi easly estub
Ish the fact that Ge.a. Bumtleri isa Joke:- in
elities, and can call as witnesses both llale.
i'd Cleveland.
The cards will be scrit to any address at 25
ent a pack-. Send to L. Luin Smih, 91i2
trSt., t'hi'a., Pa.
I alarlal Poison.
- RoiM, GA . May 2, 18
Int 1883 I came fraud the Nor'th to take charge
if the gas woiks in Rome, as suprinmtendJent,
,dafter- thme oveiflow,-whicoh occurred n'he
p.ringfollowipmg, I was verys muchexposed to
malarisl poison, and In 1882 found, my blood so
:ontaminated with the poison tirat I was foi aed
ogivenp business. I was .;reateid by the.
tome physicians wit hout relief', they adiviasing
a to go north, which i -di. The doctors
sorth told me that. wy only hope was. to re
semn to the mildia' oe'n1ate. and accordingly I
tane back to; Rome, completLy.broke- downs
tid nearl.y a ske leton. My.troubls Anally do
arnined tinan abeees-s of the liver;rau'i1,carty
very one, (nayyaelf Included) tbonmgjt.I was
loomed to die withIn-a teow days. In this con
ltion .1 -was ady,ised by- a friend to.Sts- Swift's
specide,.and I took it'jnst as a drowning man
otild c-stch at-g a raw, blit as soon as -ui' aye
.em got ur.d'r the lilsnoa of thes rea y, the
beacess came to a point and burst, pssaig:off.
vit hout pain. 14 Ifteen daye after this I was
ip at my work, and have sinc~e enjo) ed excel'
rat health.
Every sttffrer fromu malarial poison should
ake Swift's Specinlo. C. 0. Spencer
Sup't. Rome Gas Light Co.
Treatise on Blood amud Skin diseases mailed
ree.
'rutn wrr Swaciric Co, Drawer S,' Atlan.ta,
a. 153 W. 23d St., N. Y., and 1205 'Chestnut
kmrercan Pictures.
We have become so used-to believing that.
~nythiing good in palinting inUilt como' fromi
urope , that Itlis rather start linR .to te aliae
hat Albert Bietadt, whose Mount Whitney
le-. -would have made him imnot ta;
hurh,whao Niagara and Heart of the Andes.
rave no paralleis anywvhere; Jouett, one of
he pets ot lis-mnost pietumressqae-of States;
emtucky; Cal C. Broun er. time lntimateotriend
f the glorious beceches; are bitt a beghmihug
if a list th,at Europe would be proud of. it is
tot in exolu,Ion of European talent. but In
:lving prominence to that which is distinmct
rely Arnerican, by bitt or adoption of the
rtst, sad especially by subjects, thai the
southern Exposition of 'Louisvil le, Kentucky,
ommetmds Itself to all who love thneir country,
a well as to all admirers of the grand amnd
sautiful.
Iis Slippery Glass Eye.
"The Sqah'o," 'saa 'tho' nuthor of "The
oosier Schoolmaster," "wore one glass eye
nd a wig. Time gl.as e.to was conmstantly
l'jJping out of' focus, and thme wig tining
round sidewise on his head whenever he
ddrsnd'the peopTe of the Flat'Creek Dis
iet " S-id Spectacle. -P.arker's H-air Bal
am preserves and promotes the growth of
be natural color to hair which has faded or
ecomno gray. Clearr, elegant, beneficial,
ighly perfumed. . Sep.12, 36-1m.
Time America.A griuurist for Octo
er is really a litne ullnber,..filled with I
a naual amelange of agricutm:at'l .mat
r, s:ock news, &c. Houw it c-aln be
t out at the price of $1.50 per an
ttm is more than we cani.see throngh,
though we havec been practisinglook
g through mill s,tonies all -our life.
ublhed by the Orange Judd Cohn.
I FE W WORDS FROM CAPT. R. W.
BONNER, A WELL-KNOWN CIT
IZEN OF MACON '
In August, 1881. nearly three years ago,
ny son who was living at Clinton, Ga., came
>ver to see me with the intelligence that his
'ife was in the last stages ofconsumption and
hat her physician had pronounced herrese
topeless. I went immediately over, and I
'elt that nothing could be done. She was
,oughing and spitting incessantly, and at
imes would discharge from herlungsa large
luattity of pus or inatter-con!d not sleep
)r retain anything on her stomach, and wad,
'n fact. in the last stages of the di.ease. This
ras about the time you began to adverti:c
Brewer's Lung Restorer, and as my son ex
pres,sed a desire to give it to his wife, two or
bree bottles were procured and with scarce
a vestige of hope we commenced giving it
o her in small doses, gradually increasing
he quantity until the pre=cribed dose was
reached. Sbc began to improve after a few
Ioses and continued to do so daily. until sle
vas finally restored to health, and is to-day
perhaps in better health than ever before.
She is subject to colds but a few swallows of
Brewer's Lung Rostorer (which she is never
without) relieves her immediatelr. I con
sider her restoration to perfect health a
miracle, for which she is indebted to Lrew
pr's Lung Restorer. My son is a mono
ianiac on the subject 'of Brewer's Lung Re
storer and never lets an oppot'tunity pass
where he thinks such a medicine would be
required, that 'he does not freely speak of
it in most glowing terms. Not 'ong since
a Northern gentleman on his war to Florida
heard of this cure and was induced by my
son to give It to his invalid wife, and she
was cured as if by magic."
Mr. Charles Eden, of Triuial, Colorado,
says: Seeing certificates of the wonderful
cures made by Brewer's Lung Restorer, I
was induced to try it on my linc son, who
was troubled with long or throat affection,
pronounced by one physician, consumption.
It acted wonderfully on him, and by the
time he had taken one bottle of it the cough
disappeared. I am now on a visit to my
parents in Georgia, but will return in a few
days to my home and will certainly take
some of the Lunz Restorer with.me.
LAMAR, RASKIN & L AMAR.
Macon, Atlanta and Albany. Ga
(Brewer's Lung Restorer contains no
opiate's.) Sep. 11-1m.
The October
Issue of The Eclectic will commend itgclf
heartily in . its happy divcrsity of grave and
gay, giving us, as it does, the choicest articles
frott the foreign periodicals...Prof. J. R.
Seetey's paper on "Goethe" is a vigorous.
exposition -of the character and influence of
the great German poet. A singularly strong
article is that by Lucien Wolf, entitled
"Wbat is Judaism? ALQaestion of To-Day."
Many of our readers will dissent from it
while' they will admire the force and ability
of the' author's -'togic.; Fratnei's Gaulton's
"Measureynent of Cnaracter": and Prof.
Proctor's "Upright. Man" are clean, light
scientific papers. Arhong other art'cies of
special interest are "'ersonal Retniniscences
of Charles leade." by John Coleman: "1Ier
lin 1884" (concluded from our laist); "Fet
nando Mendez Pinto," by P. R. Head; and
"Golden-Brown," bry,,Richard.Jef'erie'. A
capital satirical story from Blackwood's is
entitled "rommy." Readers 'of every taste
will find something to please them in this
number.
Published by E R. Pelton. 25 Bond Street,
New York. Terms, $5 per year; single num
bers, 45 cents; trial subscription for 3
months, $1,
A Scholarship for Sale.
1 there is a young man in 'ewberry
desirous of taking a course in the Au
gnsif, 'G., Btsiness Colle-e, he can
strike a good - bargain wit the local
editor of the JIEr:ALD AND NEWS.
This college is the most complete in
stitution of its kind in the South, and
the course is equal to Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., embracing book-keeping, peln
manship, business correspondence,
commercial arithmetic and the Ger
man language. A good chance for an
enterprising yotng man to scenic a
practical btisiness education on liberal
termis.
Shrikier's Indiani yermuitugo sved three
thousand childlren from disease and death.
Itds-tho wonetof the age. It will not die
ceive you., For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant. it.
It is only the femiale- mosquito that
bites, but when. a man gets a chance
to.belt one with a towel, he's goitng to
do it without stopping to consider its
gender.
Instruction in Elocution
---BY
BARTOW BEE RAMAGE, As Bs,
(IIHn-rard D ;u'erst,) -.
Room ini NeCaughrini's Hall,
Corner Boyee'.atid Ad:uns Street.
Honurs, 8.a0- to 10.30-a. im., 4 to 6 p. m.
Trermsi veti moderate. Oct 2'-1
PNAMN AT A DiSUOUNI.
Lawyers and othf'ra can have their
law papers and other documents .co
pie(1 legibly atnd -plainly with the Type
Writer. All work executed -with accu
.rcy and dispatch, atnd at reasonable
rates. Satisfaction guaran feed.. For
further-insf6rmsation 'apd sampulles of
type writing,.'add1ri-s
JlIAX'W. HR RIOT,
.:38 Broad-st., Charleston, S. C.
Specisnens; to be seen at HERALD
AND NEWS office.
Oct 23mo
Registration~ Notice.
Those who have lost their registra
tion certifieates can get them re.
newed up to October 5. After .that.
tlne lost .cer(il)eates cannot be .re
iewed. Persons .who have changed
'their resiflenoe' since r-egistpring, hav
up to the day of electionpmiwhichi to
have~ t.heir certiftcatcit revised.
- WM. YT. FAIR.
* Superv'isor of Registrationi.
oct 2 1
"To N1lt Whoni it .3!y Concern,'
The followin'g. Section of the General
Ordinanees ofi the Townr of Newber
ry, S..-C., is..resyetfuslly caHled to
the attent,Uo of the publiec:
SEC. 49. TLhat thQ use of false weights
and measures : aubjets the 'partles
using them to a punishmnetit at the dis
cretiofi of the -Connell,'w1thin the lhm
its of-*Its .autitority', besi'des thteie la
bliity to be.: proceeded. against'other
ise, .according, to la,., And it shalt
be Iswfin'fdr the hief of Police from
time jo time to' A-amnine and testi the
correct ness' of alL.'we3ights'and ineas
ures, tusual in. tradle, withi the corpo-.
rate limits orfthe town of Sewberry,
and to report 'ull violations of law in
this partilenlatr.
Bly order of Conel
* JOHIN-S.SAIR,
Sept 20,. 88I. c-.&s. 't. c. N.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.NEWBEJIRY COUNTY.
By Jacob .B. Fellers,P'robat.e Judlge.
WHEREAS, Archibald Sloat~ hath made
stilt to me t6 grant himt Letters of
Admninstration .of the estate and ef
fects of Caroline L. ,Sloan deceased,
These are. therefore, to cite and
ad monish all atd singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Car-oline L,
Sloan, deceftse'd, that they be and
appear before me, In the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry Court
House on the 13th day of October, next,
after pusblication he-reof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenioon, to shew cause, if any
they have, why the said Admisnistra
tion should not be gra:nted. -
Given undier my WIand this 27ths day.
of Septembeir Anno-Domiini, 18S4. '
J . ~ ELTL1RS,.r. P. Ii c,
WE LEAD, OIDRS iUST FOLLOW !
OPERA HOUSE!
ON1 NIGHT ONLY!
IdeSday, OClobe 7.
NLY TIIE VERY BEST ARTISTS
PRESENTED TO THE ITUVLC IN
TONY DENIER'S
original pautomime
-with the great and only
RAVEL!
Merry M1an of iousti.,
And a Remarkably Brilliant Combination of
SPECIALTY STARS!
introducing
The Most Varied Specialties.
Entirely New Last Act !
H. D. IN THE WILD WEST
Among the Indians.
PREDOMINANT PRICES POPULAR.
Seats on Sale at Scholtz's.
Wanted.
To rent a Piano-forte by the month
-an upright preferred. Address 31. S.
1).. care HERALD AND NEWS oftic.
Oct 2 40*
THE NEW
DRUG-STORE.
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
-And Under the Figure of
" THE LION."
P, ROBERT)ON, Proprietor,
DRUGS,
CHEMICALS,
FaNCY ARTICLES,
CiGARS,
- TOBACCO,
KEROSENE and
VESTAL OILS.
': lNo Liquors of any
Kind.2%f
PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUND
ED AT ALL I1OURS OF
TIH DAY OR NIGHT BY
THE PROPRIETOR.
Sept 11~7 tf
MOT HER
-ARE YOU
TOUBLEDRWt n ies
gentle sa ? If so, to you we bring tidings
of comfort and great joy. You can
BE CURED
and restotgd to perfect health.by using
Brad field's
Female
Regulator!
htis a il cril remedy for all discases per'
taining to 'he wvomb, and any intelligeni wo
man can eure hcrself by following the direc
-1lou%. It i. espi cialiy efficacious in cases of
s resdor paInful mecnttuntion, in
wlri'es n:m partial p)rolapsus. It affords.im
mediate . :cCe and pet manently restores the
mesrn 'unction -As a remedy to be used
durIng IIh .t critical period. known ,as
"Cuno, or I.ra," this inva'uable rep
aratiorn bI no rival
Sa1ved Her Life !
rIIDGE, MCitrTosn Co., GA.
Dsu. J. IIuxDYZED-Dear Sir: I have
taken .ev'a "otles~ of your Fem:le Regulu
tcr for fu'le,;g of thie womb and o:her diseases
combIne", of aixteen year< st:mdJing. and I
real&y.behc. ye I am1 carred entire'lv for which
please no.pr J. my heartfey tank. and mnoot
profound gra:)tade. I know -your usedicine
avcd m' !ife, go you see [ean no' speak too
pI-,gty In, ir. ' ator. I have se,eommrended it
to several of~. my friends whlo are st.ffering as
I was. Yours very respecifu lv.
- 1111. W. .E. Sr'EBBINS.
Oar Treaiti.o ont the "Health and lIappI.
ness of Womnan" malled free.
BR ADrI k.LD REGU.A'roU Co., A tlanta, Ga.
Sep. 4--1'.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEW%BEREY,
IN Til E COURT OF COMMON
PLEA S.
N'apolon: 1. Davenport, Plaintiff, arainst
i liam V Dorroh and John D. Pltts, as
the Execu-tars of H[enry Burton, deceased-,
who was the sole Executor of Johmn ., Da
ved ort. al.-ceased, of whose will th;ey are
ntow the Tx--entors, TrheI-e.a Rt. D:venport,
Edlr:in G j).svenport, Joh.n .G. Davenport,
Rlobert, G Idevenporr, 'Sarah Ann Daven
prt, Amne WV ,Hill, Jonathan fr. Davenporr,
.William 0. Davenport, ifelvina RU D.rven.
port. L'ouisa McClusre, .lpuatkan D). Rudld,
Elizabme,h H3uston, Wi'lli..rp .G.PMcKeever,
James~ S. McK~eever and' WIidd icKeever
To the Dlebdants above narrid
You a e hereby sumnmoned and required
.to an?wer : La complaint in. this aetion,
which ls hbis day flied in the office of the
Clerk of said Court, for sasid County and to
serve a copy of your answer to .the said ecrn
plaint on the subscrIbers at their office at
Newborr ourt Honse, S. C., nuthin twenty
days af..s the service hereof, exclusive of
the day ot such service; and if you fail to
answer the~ complaint within the time afore
said, the t,laintiff in this action will apply to
the Court C. r the reliefCdemanded in the com
plaint. Died September 11. A. D. 18&4.
MOO RMAN & S[MKINS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendants, Amy WV. Hill, Johna
than WV. ibavenport, William G. Dav-enport,
Melvina lt. Davenport, Louisa McClure.
Jonathan W. Rudd. Elizabeth Houston, WVil
hiam G. McKeever, James S. McKeever and
W il McKeever :
Take a- tice: Thst the Summons in this
action, t f nlh ich the foregoing is a copy,
was 6Adu-. the otfice of the Clerk of the said
Court or Common Pleas, at Newberry Court
House in the County of Newberry, in the
State of Sauth Carolina, on the 11th day of
Septemb'r, 1S81.
MOORMAN & SIMKINS,
-Plaintiff's Attorneys,
*New betry, C. H., S. C.
Thiil h d.w or heptembor. 'IM.
For Rent,
One Large Room, suitable for Office or
Bed Ioom. Apply to W. E. PELIIAM.
Sept 28 39
" C. D. C ."
The nemb1ers of Carolina Democrat
ic Clb are notitied o attend a speci:d
meeting of the Club Jfonlay. .ept. -O,
'84, at S p. in., to prepare for 3ss
Meeting Oct. 3. '81. a:td other tnatters.
By order of Ex. Cor.
LAMBEIT W. JONES,
Sept -:5 1 Se'y & Treats.
For Sale.
One of the best Plantations in EdgeficlJ
County, containing
038 AC1 ES,
more or less. not far from the C. C. & A. R. R
Two promine-nt Settiemrnts and Tenant
Houses, &c.
230 Acres ofLowlands.
Ieahlth remarkable. M3nc Creek PIostcflrce.
Sept 28 39 4t J. R. MORLEY.
Executor's Notice.
All persons holding clains against the Es
tate of Micujah T. Epps, deceased, are here
bylno:ified to reader an account of their de
mands duly attestbd, and those indbtcd to
said estate, to make payment to the u der
signed. J. K. EPPS,
'IIOMAS L. B. EPPS,
Sept 28 39 3e 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. h'l:ui:
ful for pa-t favors I solicit a contin
uance of the s:ie.
HETTY WISKE MAN.
Sept. IS-i.
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
otlered for sale. It is well-watered,
partly cleared and susceptible of high
cultivation.. 'i'h"re is considerable cord
wood on it. A bargain may be had.
Apply to
HERALD and NEWS OFFICE.
sep 1S tf j
EXCURSIONS.
CO L M B I A TO SULLIVAN'S
ISLAND, EvERY SATURDAY, via
ATLANTIC COAST LINE. via Sum
ter and Lanes. Round Trip Only $3.
Tickets good to return the following {
Monday.
T. 3i. EMERSON,
General Passenger Agent.
C. 3. SMITH, Agent, Columbia.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL INA
COUNTY O NEWBERRY
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
The creditors of Lavinia N. Gist,
deceased, are hereby required to ren
.der in oi oath and establish their
claims against said deceased in the
case of Cynthia Mower as adtministra
trix; &c.. of said deceased, against
Richard V. Gist, et al in this C.urt,
on or before the fifteenth day of Oc
tober. 1884. Said creditors are enjoined
from'enforcing the collectioun of their
clauimu except in said case.
J. B. FELLERS.
Sept. IS--4t. J. P., :;. C.
ONCE XO0E TO Til FB0XTn
With a complete stock of I"Ml
and Winter C othing for Men,
Youths, Boys and Children,
styles and for finish which can n
be surpassed. The leading novelty
is the Scotch Plaid; they are very
fashionablidr' the coming fall ati&
wiit'er. Trhey are rn de -in Sacks?.
Cutaway SuitP, Dress Suits. Dizg
onal, Corkscrew and the Whipeoria.
Worsteds are very fashionhiAe
tgain this season in all the shades.1
BO&YS' CLOTHING.
.In Boy.' Clothing I hiave-taleen
special-.care to select this stock for
thg litUe ones, and I am now pro
pared to show the largest -stpek in
this line in all grades and. prices of
these goods, in School Suits and
Dress.Suits.
HAT DEPARTMlENT.
This is the largest and most comn
plete, and direct from .tlpe leading
manufacturer., (no jobbing houses).
Tbhis line eme1races a- great many
varieties, styles and colors for Mlen,I
Youths, Boys and Children.
-Gents' Furnish ing Goods.
Great Bargains await you in this
Department, which includes ev'ery
thing new and desirable in Shirts,
Underwear, Neck wear, Collars,
Cmiffs, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery and
Suspenders, and the many little
things which add to the appearance
of well-dressed ger.tlemnen.
SHOE DEPARTMNT.
The Shoe Department is now
filled up with a selected stock of
fine and medinm grades, and is
much larger than in past Reasons.
As this Department has been ex
tended to make more room, all my
stock has been marked down to (
.Rock Bottow Prices.
9
Grand Oponing I
-OF
AIL ADK WI TER
--ATT4
0opW=rovPice C1Otil HoU~
f,[E &SM|I
Ve announce to our Friends and the
Public generally, that our Stock of
NEW GOODS
.s now ready for their inspection, and
ie feel no hesitancy in saying that we
ire better prepared than ever to lipid
,he front rank, (as we have always
lone), for
[PEi1IORfINISH AND TlE BEST IHNtGOOllS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Strause and Bros. Fine GCothing
- ---ANDi HE --
Famnous Cininati clothing
kno)wni to all the Trade, as the leading~
goods for Fine Retail Trade,
The .Best Child's Suit lin
S. C. for $2.5O.
[mlmense Piles of Goods Closed Out at
LESS THAN COST OF MATERIAL.
E-Going to NeW York as we did, late
Iintbe Season, and by buying in con
Eectionwith J. . Cloud & Co., of Spar
banburg, we. closed out large lots of
%o6ds for7lesslthan the cost to~ make
bhem up. We propose to divide profit
with our friends, and
RN ili TOBINCOINT AN
AT WHOiLEALE RATES.
UIaving struck a. Bi B founza in
shoes, we can sell at W oldaI4Prices
md then make our profit, on't delay,
or when these ar~e gone ne an get no
nore at the price. SHOES ,AL
MOST GIVEN AWAY.
IATS and GENTS' FUR NISHING GOODS
IN ABTTNDANOE.
EDLOUD & SIH
IE "NIiY CLOTEIEIL
Anid Leaders of Fashions~ aind Low Prices,
)ROTWELL'S NEW BUILDING~
. .. 3MAI TREWPu, IWBIr-eR==m 8.0.

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